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T 1 I PEOPLE'S
1) cmocrat ic Party
yesterday expressed
plCasure at Government's
decision to take over three
major hotels and thereby
ensure the livelihood of
about 7,500 hotels
workers.
But they also expressed fears
that hotel workers may now
experience a reduction in
salary and less profitable
working conditions.
"We believe that
Government's motives behind
this latest move have not been
made public.
"However, we will see in the
near future whether they are
sincerely attempting to help
the hotel situation on Cable
Beach or whether they are
moving to reduce the strength
of the Bahamas Hotel and
Catering Workers Union and to
create another gambling empire
for some big monied people"
party leader Alfred Butler
declared at an afternoon press
conference at party
headquarters.
The Government's ability to
double-talk- nd break promises
was internaionally known,
saiL^Mr 11111 'i,'nl i, %as
difficult at this time for
anyone to believe they were
now moving to help the people
and not just the Square Deal
few.
Mr. Butler said that $20
million was a lot of money in
anybody's book and
government "is known to
waste and squander the
people's money."
Although government had a
bad record of handling public
money "permission for this
loan was pushed through the
House in just over 22 hours."


lie said it raised "a very
serious question" in the
minds of those people who
were sensible enough to
understand the gravity of the
situation (in the hotel
industry) that if the former
owners and operators of these
three hotels who were
internationally experienced
were unable to make them
profitable "how in all honesty
can the most inept
government realise profitable
returns from these hotels?"
Mr. Butler asserted that his
party believed something
should and could have been
done for the farmers and
fishermen in the country.
He said the cost of living had
risen to more than 12 percent
in the last 18 months and there
was every prospect of it going
higher still.
"It boggles the imagination
to ponder government's lack of
concern and definite action for


agric:;Iture and fisheries in the
Bahamas."
The former PLP officer
charged that the people of the
country had been exploited by
the present government for far
too long.
And he lambasted them for
being incapable of creating jobs
for the unemployed masses in
the country.
"Why couldn't government
get an immediate loan for the
thousands of unemployed and
the thousands of
schoolgraduates for whom
there is no place in this
government-ruined economy?"
lie charged.
And he concluded: "It
would do us all good to
remember that where any
government is concerned, one
good term in office deserves
another, but by the same
token, one bad term demands a
change."


45 WORKERS FIRED
FORTY-FIVE of the employees at Freeport's
International Hotel were fired Wednesday as the owners,
Princess Properties, shut down the main dining room, room
service and other facilities for renovation and
Seorganisation.
ir 'oL ac'hlmes are not expect to be re-opened
before Depember.
The hitel itself is remaining open to guests. Management
decided to cut back now, sources said. because of low
projected occupancy in the coming months.
Renovations in the dining room alone are expected to
cost about $150,000, sources said.
On resumption of operation both the dining room and
room service are to offer more in the continental style.
Training courses are to be held to familiarise employees
with the different kind of service.
Sources said the continental-style service will require
more than 45 workers.
The 12-storey, 400-room. International opened in
December. 1970 and has closed down once before during
its operation.


Hotels purchase 'a giant forward step'


GOVERNMENT'S purchase
of three Cable Beach hotels is
"a giant forward step" in
Bahamianisation of the
economy, Prime Minister
Lynden O. Pindling declared
last night.
Government seized the
opportunity to take that step
by buying the hotels at
"admirably good prices," and
"if Bahamians ruin this
opportunity it will not be the
Government's fault," he
asserted.
A casino was included in
Government's plans to build a
complete resort around the
three hotels because "it was
never my impression that the
public was opposed to the
continuation of casinos in the
Bahamas," said the Prime
Minister.
Mr. Pindling's discussion of
his Government's move to buy
the Sonesta Beach Hotel, the
Emerald Beach Hotel and the
Balmoral Hotel for $18.9
million came in an interview
over Radio Bahamas by Fred
Mitchell of Bahamas
Information Services.
The Prime Minister was
asked what the Government's
thinking was in deciding to
make the purchases.
THe radio audience was told
that, having spent the last ten
years achieving the political
objective of nationhood, "it
seems to me that the next ten
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objectives," said Mr. Pindling.
Those objectives were stated
in the Government's police, to
increase the flow of benefits to
Bahamians from tourism
through Bahamian
participation and ownership
within the indsutry.
"When these three hotels
came on the market for sale,
we saw the opportunity to take
a giant forward step, and we
took it."
Mr. Pindling said he had no
doubt that Government's move
was in the overall best
economic interest of the
nation.
"It remains now for the
Bahamian people to rise to the
height of the occasion. What I
think is in some people's minds
is how the Bahamian people
will respond to this challenge."
The reply to that question,
he said, would be another
question:
"Will you, as a reasonable,
sane man, burn down your
own house or steal your own
car?
"If Bahamians ruin this
opportunity it will not be the
Government's fault. Most of
the employees in these hotels
will be Bahamians, and the
success of each will rest to a
great extent on him (the
worker).
"Everything he does to
make the hotels a success will
mean better wages and better
conditions for him. Everything
he does to make the hotel
miserable to live in means no
wage increase and it may mean
no job at all. So it is up to the
Bahamian to make or break it.
"There may be some who
have no faith in the Bahamian.
I am not one of them."
Mr. Pindling said the two
points in the issue that "might
be debatable" were whether
tourism was the best industry


for the governmentt to become
financially involved in, and
whether the purchase price was
right.
Although they might be
debatable, he said. "it is
common knowledge" that
tourism is now and is likely to
remain for many years the
most important part of the
economy, providing more than
half the jobs and more than
half the revenue in the
country.
The prices of the three
hotels, he said, were
"admirably good."
The 400-room Sonesta, built
only three years ago. would
cost "no less than $14 million
to build today." and is located
on nine acres of valuable
property.
"$10.6 million is a
reasonable price for that
hotel." he said.
The Emerald Beach is older
than the Sonesta now
renamed Ambassador Beach
but is only slightly smaller and
includes 23 acres of valuable
land.
"$4.8 million is an excellent
price for the Emerald Beach."
said Mr. Pindling.
The Balmoral, also
"practically new," sits on over

Prices
THE STATISTICS
Department has begun a Retail
Price Index in Grand Bahama
to keep track of the cost of
living there, and the first index
published showed a 2.2 percent
rise in April over March prices.
All groups in the index rose
from a low of 0.7 percent to a
high of 4.7 percent.
Food and non-alcoholic
beverages rose 3.5 percent,
housing was up 0.7 percent,
clothing and footwear was up
4.7 percent, transport rose 1.5
percent, health and personal
care increased 0.9 percent,


14 acres of valuable property.
"S3 5 million is a first-class
price : for the Balmoral." Mr.
Pindling said.
The Prime Minister told his
listeners that the controversy
over the issue of Government
involvement in casinos was not
the result of public opposition
to the continuation of casino
gambling here, but came from
"the supposition that
Government was going to
operate them."
Government's separation
from the operation of the
casinos while owning them was
spelled out he said, when
Government last year
announced its intention to
assume ownership when
existing licences expire. But, he
said, that explanation was "lost
in the shuffle."
"Now the public knows and
the public is satisfied how they
will be operated and I don't
think we are going to hear
much more about the question
again."
The casinos will be run by
the existing operators under a
management agreement with
the Government. and the
profits are to be earmarked for
development of less-developed
areas of the Bahamas, he said.

check
recreation and reading rose 1.4
percent and other goods and
services were up 1.8 percent.
The only items in the food
group that recorded price
drops were onions and pigeon
peas, both down 0.01 percent.
The Statistics Department
made it clear in releasing the
figures that the Retail Price
Indices for New Providence
and Grand Bahama are not
"directly comparable" because
of "different patterns of family
expenditure that the design of
the respective indices reflect.


By LYNDA CRAWLEY
THREE MEN, two armed
and one believed to be escaped
prisoner Victor Storr, robbed
Butler's warehouse on Peach
Street off Montrose Avenue of
S1.600 yesterday.
The police have since posted
a reward of $1,000 leading to
the arrest and conviction of
Storr. who escaped from their
custody on July 9.
lie is considered by the
police as being dangerous and
the identity of the person
giving the information leading
to his arrest will be kept
confidential.
The three robbers walked
into the warehouse at 2:45
p.m. and told three employees
there "this is a hold-up".
One robber was described as
being tall with a white T-shirt
over his head and brandishing a
sawed-off shotgun. The other
two were short and unmasked,
and one of them had a
revolver.
Mrs. Andrea Moss, a
supervisor of the warehouse,
said one of the short men
dressed in a brown cap, a blue
shirt and brown short pants
said to them as he pointed his
revolver:
"This is a holp-up and this is
no joke. Do not make any
funny moves just pass the
cash."
Mrs. Moss said that she, the
cashier, who was not sitting at
the cash register at the time,
along with Nathaniel
Lightbourn, the assistant
accountant of the warehouse,,
were talking when the men'
walked in.
When the men ordered them
to pass over all of the money,
the cashierBrenda Evans, then


Mrs. Andrea
supervisor of
Warehouse.


Moss,
Butler's


walked over to the cash register
and gave the robbers a box
which contained $1,600.
"The short fellow", she said,
then said "More, more." This
was when Mr. Lightbourn, who
works in the office upstairs
showed them that the Bank of
Nova Scotia bag that he was
holding was empty."
The robbers at this time, she
said started searching the desk
draws and while they were
doing so, a customer pulled up
in a car. The tall robber with
the T-shirt over his face then
said to the others. "Let's get
out of here." There were no
.shots fired and no one was
injured.


Mrs. Moss said: "I feel if the
customer did not pull up,
something serious might have
happened because they did not
believe us when we told them
that we had given them all the
cash we had."
She believed the tall masked
robber was someone they knew
from that area since he was the
only one in the group masked.
When asked if one of the
robbers was escaped prisoner
Victor Storr she said: "We
were not sure that it was him,
but because of the other
robberies this week, we were
under the impression that it
was him."
B.W. Thurston, another
employee at the warehouse,
said that he was at the back of
the warehouse when the
robbery took place. He knew
nothing about it until after the
mLen had left.
Immediately after the
robbers left, the employees
notified the police, wh, arrived
on the scene less than five
minutes later.
This hold up was the second
in three days in which Storr
was identified as a participant,
the other being the People's
Penny Savings Bank on Market
Street, which was robbed of
$4,800 in cash on Tuesday.
In that robbery Storr walked
into the bank dressed like a
woman and after threatening
to kill one of the tellers told
the employees to "pass over
the cash."
When he was handed the bag
containing the money, he
started moving towards 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"


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GUSTS OF WIND
reportedly up to 75 m.p.h.
caused havoc along the
Eastern Road yesterday
evening around 7 "
o'clock.
Accompanying a
thundery, squally storm, the
violent winds toppled TV
antennas (pictured), brought
,ome trees crashing down,
tore off branches and
coconuts and made road
conditions hazardous.
The gusty winds lasted
about 10 to 15 minutes.
Other parts of the island
were not badly affected
although gusts up to 54
m.p.h. were reported at
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The Met Office said today that "an upper level low
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f i THE WEATHER outlook for the August Monday
2f i holiday week-end looks really bleak for all the Bahamas.
rd .a, The Met Office said today that "an upper level low
1 pressure system" is centred on the Bahamas with
thunderstorms extending out in all directions for 300 miles.
"it looks pretty stationary, drifting slowly to the
southwest, and is likely to continue with thundery rain and
showers tomorrow and into Monday," the Met Office said.


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THIE TRIBUNE will not be
published on Monday,
Emancipation Day, which is a
public holiday.


HASH TIN

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TOLD
RICHARD BENNETT, first
engineer aboard the "Sea
Trader" freighter which police
found carrying an estimated
$15-million worth of hashish
on April 12 at Little Sturrup
Cay, told the court this week
that some of the drug on
exhibit in a biscuit tin "appears
to have also been tampered
with."
The hashish in the tin was
less than the amount shown
him during the preliminary
inquiry into the charge in the
magistrate's court, he told a
Supreme Court jury.
He was not allowed to touch
the drug in the lower court,
but he accounted for his belief
that the drug was tampered
with by saying he had a
front-seat in the court.
Bennett under
cross-examination by Solicitor
General T. Langton Hilton,
said it appeared as if some of
the drug was missing from each
of the five packets which the
prosecution allege were found
in a biscuit tin hidden in the
medicine cabinet of the
captain's cabin.
The inference that
somebody had also been
tampering with the exhibit was
met with laughter by the court
which last week made a
surprising discovery that one of
the bags of hashish, valued at
over $350,000 was missing
from its storage in the C.I.D.
headquarters, Bank Lane. (The
bag is still missing and pVlice
have made no statement on its
reported disappearance).
The mysterious
disappearance of the bag has
been met with a defence
suggestion that the exhibits be
re-weighed to determine their
actual weight.
Benaett, the fourth six
men amused of having 5 bags
of hashish in their possession,
ended his testimony Thursday.
Second engineer Arnold
Zuckerman also has denied
participating in a scheme to
take the drugs back to the U.S.
He remained in the box
throughout Thursday
afternoon and all of Friday.
Zuckerman, short and of
medium build, was allowed to
sit and testify. He told the
court that he joined the Sea
Trader after meeting with its
owner, Mr. Richard Wallace
and Charles Magowitz and the
other members of the freighter
in Tampa, Florida.
The meeting took place in
early January, he said.
They set sail from Tampa
for Ceuta. Spain, and arrived
there around February 12.
The accused are defended by
the Hon. Eugene Dupuch, Q.C..,
and Mr. Keith Duncombe.

Man dies in

stabbing
WILLIAM BAIN, 22, died
last night following a stabbing
incident on Deveaux Street
South.
Reports state that the
incident occurred at 11:40 p.m.
and Bain was admitted to to the
Pricess Margaret Hospital at
11:50 when he was pro-
nounced dead on arrival.
The police are holding a man
in connection with incident.

No winner

THE TRIBUNE's fabulous
prize of an Orlando Clipper
Challenger de luxe with a 70
h.p. Johnson or Evinrude
motor and Gaitor trailer is
still there to be won this
week. The prize is valued at
over $6,030.
Last week's solution is
found inside and this week's


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DAR ES SALAAM The
South African Government
enforces stricter racial
segregation in Namibia than
it does at home, says a
representative of the
Southwest Africa Peoples
Organization (SWAPO).
Ernest Tjiriange, a member of
the SWAPO executive
committee, testified Friday
before a United Nations ad
hoc committee on human
rights.
While South African buses
were until recently divided
into white and black
sections, in Namibia there
are separate buses for blacks
and whites.
Naminia, or Southwest Africa,
ruled by South Africa in
definace of several United
Nations resolutions
demanding its independence.
Besides apartheid. Africans in
Namibia are also subject to
repression, beatings, torture
and public floggings, he said.
Woman and children as young
as 13 have been flogged
publicly, he alleged.
The South African claim that
floggings are a traditional
form of punishment in
Namibia is unfound. because
there were no floggings until
the South Africans came, he
said.
All Africans in Namibia must
keep a passbook within six
feet of their person,
Tjiriange said.
Some people have been arrested
for failing to have their
identification when dressed
only in pajamas at night as
they walked from the
bedroom to the outhouse,
he said. (AP)

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ANKARA Turkey plans to replace the commando and
paratroop brigades that spearheaded its invasion of Cyprus,
probably with armoured units, sources close to the military said
today.
They did not say when the 6 D Mi19
exchange, affecting an Jw V lw '
estimated 6,000 troops, would g
take place. tO w
The plan indicates Turkey
intends to consolidate its PASADENA A judge says
position in the 200-square-mile the 82-year-old founder of the
wedge it holds between worldwide Church of God "let
Nicosia, the island's capital, the devil get hold of his
and a 23-mile beachhead east tongue" when he described
and west of the northern port from the pulpit the sex life of a
of Kyrenia, the sources said. parishioner.
Turkey is estimated to have But Judge Henry Shatford
some 40,000 troops on Cyprus of Pasadena Superior Court
now. denied a motion for summary
Turkey's chief of staff, in a judgement of an $11 million
message to the armed forces. suit filed against Herbert
told his men: "Your duty in heudx. He advised the
Cyprus is not over. You will Aymstheudx. He advised the
Cyprus is not over. You will litigants to try and resolve their
continue your guard in Cyprus differences out of court.
for the preservation of peace
and the survival of your J s s a
Turkish brothers there." J steady
Meanwhile, President Fahri
KoMeanwhile, President Fahri DESPITE forecasts of sharply
Koruturk advised Turks to go unemployment the US
back to their daily business jobless rate showed little
"with a renewed trust in the jles rate ed li
futureofourcountry."change in July, edging Up to
Hf e ofsd in a nationwe from 5.2 per cent to 5.3 per
He said in a nationwide
address the cease-fire cent in May and June. the
agreement signed in Geneva government reported.(AP)
had "saved the whole world *
from a possible catastrophe." S iri
He described the Cyprus iric
problem as a "gangrene" to
which the "scalpel has been WASHINGTON U.S.
successfully applied Turkey, District Judge John J. Sirica
both militarily and received the tapes of ten more
diplomatically." White House conversations
"The wound of Cyprus was Friday and gave President
threatening the security and Nixon until next Wednesday to
tranquility of the region, the surrender notes of his
world, and of the Turkish and Watergate conversations with
Greek communities," Koroturk key aides in March and April
said. 1973.


Crash death
VALENCE, France
French actor and film director
Robert Hossein watched
helplessly Friday as his fiancee,
Michele Watrin, was burned to
death following an accident on
the Paris-Marseille
superhighway.
Police said Hossein, 46.
suffered superficial injures
Miss Watrin's safety belt
became blocked.


The Supreme Court ruled
last month that President
Nixon must surrender tapes of
64 White House conversations
to Sirica under a subpoena
requested by special prosecutor
Levon Jaworski.
Sirica will review the
material to decide how much of
it Jaworski can use as evidence
in the Sept. 9 trial of six
former White House and Nixon
re-election campaign aides
charged with participating in
the Watergate cover-up.
The subpoena also calls for
the White House to deliver
documents related to the 64
conversations, including notes
made by Nixon, and his
one-time top advisers, H.R.
Haldeman. John i).
Ehrlichman, and Charles
Colson.
Some of the notes made by
Ehrlichman, Colson and
Haldeman were turned over
Friday along with a White
House brief claiming that much


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tapes

of the material should be
withheld from Jaworski on
grounds of executive privilege.
Meanwhile a White House
spokesman has cast President
Nixon "in the role of the
underdog" in what he termed
"an uphill struggle ... a political
struggle" to avoid impeachment
by the House of
Representatives.
Deputy Press Secretary
Gerald L. Warren indicated a
shift in White House Strategy
with his comments at a news
briefing.
Previously, Warren and other
Presidential spokesmen had
been stressing the evidence and
the legal aspects of the
impeachment proceeding.
But. responding to
questions, Warren added the
view Friday that the process is
a political one.
"We recognize the situation
as it exists in the House we face
an uphill struggle ... a political
struggle Warren said.
lie said he was not
conceding that the House
would impeach Nixon but
added: "If you had to make
odds ... you'd have to place the
President in the role of the


Phone workers

call strike
WASHINGTON Leaders new contract.
of 750,000 telephone workers "It appears that a strike is
Thursday called a nationwide inevitable," said Glenn E.
strike against the Bell System Watts, president of the
to begin at 12:01 a.m. (Miami Communications Workers of-
time) Monday if negotiators America.
fail to reach agreement on a Watts said that his union's
500,.000 members voted by a
7-1 margin in favour of a
walkout. lie said the results
were 225.560 against 33,326
for a strike. He said all locals
but one had been tallied.
Officials of the International
Brotherhood of Electrical
Workers and the Alliance of
for Independent Telephone Unions
n said their 250.000 members
I O n also voted overwhelmingly to
E strike and would walk out with
0 7 srthe (WA.
Watts said negotiations
would continue throughout the
weekend in hopes of averting a
walkout, lie cited several
unresolved key issues,
S including wages and an agency
shop.
"We intend to keep the heat
on between now and midnight
Sunday in hopes of getting an
agreement. At the moment it
appears that a strike is
inevitable." Watts said.
In the event of a strike, a
Bell spokesman said the
company expects to maintain
service with management
engine, automatic personnel.
IJso 4-door saloons "We will continue to provide
es.) service with as little
interruption as possible," said a
Liberal trail de-ins spokesman for the Southern
Bell Telephone & Telegraph
O R So. in Atlanta.
A survey by The Associated
Press of major locals around
the country showed that
Teil: 2.1031 rank-and-file workers voted
heavily in favour of a strike.
I (AP)


underdog."
And a retired roofer and his
wife say they offered President
Nixon an interest-free loan of
$9,921 in savings and 22,000
pennies because everybody's
throwing bricks at the poor
guy and we wanted to help."
The offer was declined. A
White House aide said the
President was returning the
couple's bankbook and a check
for the value of the pennies
with a note saying he was
"deeply touched" but could
not accept them. (AP)

Inflation

task force
WASHINGTON President
Nixon has asked Congress to
establish a cost of living task
force to monitor wage and
price increases.
The task force within the
White House would be "an
ongoing part of our fight
against inflation," Nixon said
in a special message to Capitol
Hill.
The task force should have
no enforcement power and
would not impose direct price
and wage controls, a White
House spokesman said.


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Deaths down Some of the airline's
Pilots on the flights to
CHICAGO Thanks in part York and London have
to a 55 m.p.h. speed limit on living in the United State
America's roads, 6,000 fewer Britain.
persons were killed during the The India Pilots
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the same period in 1973, the the suspension of 10 I
National Safety Council who refused to move to
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LONDON Princess Anne Athens 73 90 s
; and her husband, Capt. Mark Rome 70 93su
Phillips. will visit Canada Nov. P'" 73 6 1,
15-19, Buckingham Palace iLondn 54 73
announced. Amsterdam 64 68 su
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Chicago 61 70 cl
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a dispute over new scheduling Hoolulu 75 90c 1
Toronto 63 793
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Saturday, Autust 3, 1974



EDITORIAL

A '"mirror" on life


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
IN THE AIR, London to New York, June 1 It is difficult to
believe that not a month has passed since we left Nassau for an
IPI meeting in Japan and a trip around the world. We will
complete the month when we arrive in Nassau on Tuesday, June
3rd.
Although this is my fourth trip around the world ... and third
for my wife ... during this short period we have seen many new
things, met many old friends and made many new ones, and
shared in many interesting activities.
When I start these trips I'm always afraid that I won't find
anything to write about to keep this column alive and interesting.
But somehow something new seems to turn up every day.
I thought I had done my last article on this trip in Portugal
yesterday morning but on the flight to L.ndon I picked up a
copy of The Daily Mirror. I don't think I have ever read a copy of
this London tabloid. L picked it because nothing else was available
at the time. I didn't expect to find anything in it that would
interest me or readers of this column.
But, surprisingly enough, I did find a bit that I think is both
interesting and important to the Bahamas at this time.
In the column "Your Money" John Husband reports a
prediction by Mr. Jim Slater of Slater Walker Securities who is
regarded as a prophet in financial circles in London. Mr. Slater
has been so right in his predictions on the movement of the
world's economic situation that governments and individuals in
financial circles listen when he talks.
"When the market was undermined by inflation two years
ago," John Husband recalls, "it was Jim Slater who was first to
sell out and warn savers to follow suit.
"Since then, he has begun dismantling his empire wholesale,
selling off entire operations abroad, disposing of companies and
unloading whole lines of shares. All to build up a huge mountain
of cash."
What, the shareholders and the city asked, was wrong?
They flocked to the yearly sharehkitdr' A meeting of Slater
Walker yesterday to find out.
"Jim," John Husband reports, "delivered a sermon on the
value of holding cash in these troubled times. It was the only
investment worth having. All else has its risks.
"He told the gathered hundreds that the present uncertainty
could resolve itself in one of three ways:
1. With an aimighty slump. In that case, cash would be the
most valuable thing anyone could have, when property and share
values collapsed.
"2. Commodity prices might fall and the Government bring
inflation under control so that prices would rise by less than 10
per cent a year. If that happened, shares would be the best
investment. And the man with cash could start buying.
"3. Prices might get out of control, leading tc the kind of
inflation which hit Germany in the twenties when money lost its
value completely.
"Meantime, he said, it was wrong to buy shares when you
could get a high rate of interest on money today with absolute
safety."


The way inflation is galloping across the world, any of the
three possibilities foreecast by Mr. Slater could have serious
consequences for the Bahamas, especially at this time when it
seems to me that the nation's economy is far out on a limb with
no way in sight of getting back to a rational level.
You will see that Mr. Slater offers no altemative course in the
event that money collapses completely.
I don't pretend to understand money but it seems to me that
some cash invested in non-interest bearing gold would be a form
of insurance against being completely wiped out in case of a
world depression such as the world experienced in the 1920's.
You will recall that during this period in Germany it took over a
million marks to buy a loaf of bread. It is said that people went
shopping with wheelbarrows piled high with paper money and
returned home with hardly enough food to keep soul and body
together.
Just imagine what would happen to the economy of the
Bahamas in the event of a world depression!
We were fortunate in the 1920's. At that time we had the
bootleg "industry" to see us through this disastrous period.
Somehow, while millions of Americans were starving, enough
people had money to pay for bootleg liquor to give the Bahamas
a boom that lifted it from a fishing village and put it on the road
to high finance that has since lifted us so far up in the clouds that
a crash in the Bahamas would make a noise that would be heard
around the world.
** **** *
Cash that is, if any currency holds is always the best bet in
any financial crisis.
Earl E. T. Smith, Mayor of Palm Beach, one-time U.S.
Ambassador to Cuba and a successful operator on the New York
Stock Exchange, advises: "Keep out of debt at a time like this."
This is another way of saying, don't be sold short ... put
yourself in a position where you can ball yourself out with some
cash reserve.

I will just interject a thought here before going on with my
story.
The Bahamas government is now so deep in debt ... and so
heavily committed to a smothering overhead ... that it will never
be able to surface should a crisis come, unless it is bailed out by
one of the big contending powers. Which will it be ... the U.S.,
Russia, China?
This will be the day of Prime Minister Pindling's Independence
,or, if you like to call it, a realization of Carlton Francis' new
Republic!
Or the way I would put it ... a new form of slavery.
S****** ***
SAnyway, let m get on with my story without introducing any
more thoughts of sc did local politics. "
I have told you his story before but I will repeat it today


Socialism or


Confidence?


TIlE DEED IS DONE. The Government has
nationalized three hotels in the Cable Beach area.
No matter that they call it Bahamianization. No
matter that the owners were willing to sell. No
matter the long chain ,f events which has led to this
action. It is still nationalization and it represents a
turning point in the history of this country.
The Bahamian people are being led down a long
winding road to a destination they will not
opreciate. For the time being the thinking processes
of some are jammed by the incessant din of slogans
which emanate from the PLP: "Building a better
Bahamas ... The Promised Land ... Bahamianization
..." And now: "Socialism ... All the way."
In this column on August 25, 1973, 1 wrote:
"When Jeffrey M. Thompson was relieved of the
'Immigration protfolio, Mr. Hanna took it over and
from that point on succeeded in effectively derailing
the PLP's official policy of continued development in
partnership with foreign investment.
"Mr. Hanna's policy became the PLP's policy for
the most part and, simply put, that policy calls for
the barest number of foriegners
in the country or, better, none
at all.


"As Minister of Home
Affairs Mr. Hanna was
relentless in implementing his
policy in. spite of growing
criticism in the PLP. By his
public statements and by his
effective use of Immigraiion he
succeeded, with the help of
some blunders by the Prime
Minister, in bringing about a
disastrous reduction in the
economic growth rate of the
country.
"As the economic decline
set in Mr. Pindling at first
seemed reluctant to accept that
it was actually happening.
When it became all too clear he
was either unwilling or unable
to do anything about it..."
This was around the time
Mr. Hanna had made the
statement, "I cannot see the


because it fits into this theme.


Government encouraging
people to increase wages,
because we would be caught in
the same trap."
In that same column I went
on to say that Mr. Hanna, by
that. statement, did not
abandon his long-standing
posture as the leading leftist in
the PLP but that he was simply
one of those doctrinaire leftists
whose consuming passion is the
ultimate destruction of the free
enterprise system and the
establishment of the
all-powerful government.

In the House of Assembly
this week during the debate on
the proposed $20 million
dollar loan, PLP Members of
Parliament in their speeches
and in their heckling


At the depth of the depression in the 1920's a Canadian came
to Nassau. He liked the island and returned time and again. We
became friendly. He told me that he had spent most of his
business life in California. Now he was retired.
I asked him how he had escaped the depression and he told me
a simple story.
He said that one day he was studying some statistics and
suddenly realized that young people were leaving the small towns
and the farms and flocking to the cities of the U.S.
The,history of all depressions in the past, he said, showed that
a financial crisis always followed this human movement. And so
he immediately sold all his holdings and converted them into
cash.
When the depression came he had cash with which to buy up
anything that lucked good at give-away prices.
Does this story have any application today?
It certainly does if the rule that desertion of the small towns
and the farms for concentration into big cities is still a prelude to
a financial crisis.
What do we see in the world today?
All over the world there has been a mass flight from the small
towns and the farms to the cities. This is particularly true in the
U.S. I need hardly tell you that it is true of the Bahamas.
Don't misunderstand me, I am not questioning the right of
anyone to live his life the way he wishes. All I am doing in this
article is recording some unchanging facts of life.
All across the U.S., Canada ... anywhere you go in the world
today ... farm lands are being turned into housing developments
... small towns are disappearing.
Cities are getting bigger and bigger ... industry is getting more
and more complex ... everybody wants more money because
most people labour under the delusion that money brings
happiness.
For this reason labour union leaders get stronger and stronger
... and so people go on striking for more pay. It has got to the
point new where even the union leaders are losing control and we
are entering the age of the wildcat strike .... prices keep on
sky-rocketing,,, this leads to inflation ... when inflation gets out
of control, as it has done today, no one can check its course ... it
becomes a disease that must run its course and, in the process,
there is heartbreak and suffering. In the end society licks its
wounds and starts all over again ... at the bottom!

Remember what happened in the depression in the 1920's?
It started in New York and spread around the world.
At that time J.P. Morgan was considered the financial wizard in
the world. He was so rich he couldn't calculate the extent of his
wealth.
When the first tremors of a break in the market were felt
Morgan went on the Stock Exchange floor himself. He was
confident he could stop the break.
But it turned into an erupting volcano and even J.P. Morgan
had to step swiftly aside to save himself until the flowing lava of
over-extended financing had run its full course around the world.
After that experience the U.S. government took measures that
it was felt would safeguard the nation from an epidemic of bank
failures in the future.
I have a friend in the U.S. ... he is a university lecturer on
Economics and is recognized as a national authority on the
subject.
We have a long standing argument. He maintains that there can
never be another major depression in the U.S. A recession ... yes.
But not a depression.
I have always maintained that any time an individual ... a
nation ... or'a group of nations over extend their financial
operations there must be a period of readjustment, which can be
provided only by a major financial eruption. A depression.
I hope I am wrong. But today ... everywhere business men of
wide experience and nations fear that the world is being pushed
uncontrollably into a dark financial abyss.
May God help the Bahamian people in such an event.


It is almost funny that all these memories should be
resurrected by reading an article in The Mirror, a London tabloid
I never thought was worth my time looking at.
*****4******
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
A farmer boy spends the first part of his life trying to get to
the city, and then he spends the rest of his life trying to make
enough money to get back to the farm...- ANONYMOUS


how he must have chuckled to
himself when the supposedly
moderate Prime Minister
helped to shatter confidence in
the country in an unbelievable
series of blunders. And how he
must chuckle today when Mr.
Fountain challenges the PLP to
say whether they are socialists
and to hear the laughing
response from the front bench:
"Well, what you think?" And
to see the alleged moderate Mr.
Pindling sitting at the head
apparently in full tune with it
all.

Theic :e ,i those Bahamians
who still .., :;: believe that in
imCe wavs the shattering of
c'Onfid', 1" was deliberate.
Today, hor\\sI, nobody can
deny that confidence has been
shattered. Today, everybody
should be able to see the
inevitable results of that on the
fortunes of this nation.
If confidei.ce had been
maintained the inflow of
capital to this blessed little
paradise would have been more
than enough to keep us out
froit in the race to develop


particularly when Mr. Cyril
Fountain was speaking, made it
clear that the party was now
openly on the road to
socialism.
But even at that there was
still that familiar PLP
schizophrenia. The country has
been told that the purchase of
the three hotels is all in
accordance with the
Government's policy and it was
"in favour of the Government's
policy" that they became
available for purchase.
On the other hand I'll'
members were also saying what
everybody knew all along, that
the proposed pruchasc of at
least une of the hotels ,was in
fact a desperation move to
prevent its closing down.
But again, w,as it rcall' a
contradiction, those two
explanations.' Or is it that the
PLP has now taken this
desperation move un.inimiously
because ttheyi hv.c beein !Cd
the leftist group in lit'h parts to
create an economic state in the
country which is "in favourr"
of their policy? The policy
being, of course, the
establishment of a leftist
totalitarian state in the
Bahamas.

Mr. Ilanna always knew
where he was going. His has*
been a deliberate and
well-calculated course. But


more and better tourist
attractions and facilities.
Arawak Cay would have
been developed into that great
centre which the Government
has been predicting for it all
these many months.
Thousands of young
Bahamians who are now
unemployed would have
moved to a booming Freeport
to take advantage of real
profitable opportunities.
The whole Cable Beach strip
would have been well on the
wa\ .ith that convention
centre, new hotels and other
tourist amenities.
Cat Island would have been
a big sports centre for
sun-loving Europeans flying in
directly by jet.
The Bahamas could have
been the most exciting tourist
destination and still the
economic wonder of this part
of the world ... if confidence
was not shattered.
Now the Government which
has presided over the ruination
of the economy is forced to
pick up three hotels in Cable
Beach to keep them from


doaingi We are losing our
Ltstion in the tourism
competition. We have become
run down and shabby.
To pick up three hotels with
20 million of tie people's
money will not turn around
our situation. That will not
bring back the quality tourists
that the Minister of Tourism
now realizes that we have lost.
A great deal more needs to be
done and there is net enough
money in the Public Treasury
to do it.
in the Cable Beach venture
we are told by the Prime
Minister that the Government
should take the lead in "setting
the pace and maintaining the
high standards of efficiency
and quality."
Cali Mr. Pindling deliver on
:that? Or will it be just as
fatuous as the promise which
was made to give the country
"the greatest airline in the
world" after Bahamas Airways
was brought down? Another
expensive and disastrous
adventure by this
ever-promising, non-producing
PLP Government?


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Children's Goon

Fashion Show


A TROUPE of youngsters rehearse for a
special Children's Goombay Fashion Show
-I scheduled August Monday at the Britannia
bay Beach Hotel and sponsored by the" Nassau
Paradise Island Promotion Board and the
ministryy of Tourism as a special tribute to the
younger folk. The regular grown-up models will
also be on the scene. Pictured from left: Aline
Pator, Sophie Dames, Donohue Stevenson and
Lisa Foulkes. In front Veronica Armbrister.


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CROSSWIOD SOLUTION


EXPLANATIONS OF
MORE DIFFICULT CLUES
CLUES ACROSS
1. PROTECTED not
projected. What is basic to
the due is the "boy's"
enthusiasm regarding the
study of "space" and,
consequently, his interest
in how a "capsule" is built
to PROTECT it against
the hazards (e.g. cold,
cosmic rays, etc). There is
no indication that he "is
keen about space" travel
and propulsion (i.e. the
"capsule" being
projected).
5. CARVES not curves,
Since it takes so long for
"water" to eat away rock.
CARVES points to the
action of "millions of
years." Curves would
hardly apply at the outset
(i.e. "millions of years
ago").
9. DATE not data. "You'd"
certainly "feel sorry for"
one who slipped up only
on a DATE, perhaps


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being only one year out.
A "contestant." who had
various facts (data) wrong,
is less to be pitied, as it
would denote lack of
knowledge rather than
lack of luck.
10. ROAM not roar. "Why"
they ROAM, yes, since
presumably they always
ROAM for the same
reasons (e.g., in search of
prey or a mate). Roar is
poor, since a roar is an
indication of such varied
emotions that even a
"naturalist" couldn't be


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COMMONWEALTH OF
THE BAHAMAS ISLANDS 1974
IN THE SUPREME COURT No. 23
Equity Side

IN THE MATTER of The Quieting Titles Act 1969.
AND

IN THE MATTER of ALL THAT tract of land
containing Twenty-four and Ninety-three
(24.93) acres and situate Sandilands Allotments
in the Eastern District of the Island of New
Providence and bounded on the North by a
Road Reservation Twenty (20) feet wide and on
the East by land the property of OBADIAH
BRICE on the South by land the property of D.
Tinker and lots Fifty (50) Fiftyone (51) and
Fifty-two (52) of the said Sandilands Allotments
on the West by land the property of Chresual
Fernander.

AND

IN THE MATTER OF THE Petition of KING
NIXON.

NOTICE OF PETITION

NOTICE is hereby given that KING NIXON of
the Eastern District of the Island of New
Providence (hereinafter called "the Petitioner") is
applying to the Supreme Court to have their title
to the land hereinafter described investigated under
Section 3 of the said Act, and the nature and
extent thereof determined and declared in a
Certificate of Title to be granted by the said Court
in accordance with the provisions of the said Act.
ALL THAT tract of land containing
Twenty-four and Ninety-three hundredths (24.93)
acres and situate Sandilands Allotments in the
Eastern District of the island of New Providence
and bounded on the North by a Road Reservation
Twenty (20) feet wide and on the East by land the
property of OBADIAH BRICE on the South by
land the property of D. Tinker and lots Fifty (50)
Fifty-one (51) and Fifty-two (52) of the said
Sandilands Allotments on the West by land the
property of Chresual Fernander which said tract of
land is more particularly described and delineated
on plans or diagrams filed herewith.

COPIES of the said plan may be inspected
during normal office hours at the following places:
(a) The Registry of the Supreme Court. Public
Square in the City of Nassau.
(b) The Chambers of DAVID C. BETHELL
situate in the Bernard Sunley Building,
Rawson Square, Bay Street, Nassau, Bahamas.

NOTICE is hereby given that any person having
dower or any adverse claim or a claim not
recognized in the Petition shall on or before the
Eighteenth day of September 1974 file in the
Supreme Court in the City of Nassau aforesaid and
serve on the Petitioner or the undersigned a
Statement of his claim in the prescribed form,
verified by an affidavit to be filed therewith.
Failure of any such person to file and serve a
Statement of his claim on or before the said
Eighteenth day of September 1974 will operate as
a bar to such claim.


DAVID C. BETHELL,
Chambers,
Bernard Sunley Building,
Rawson Square,
Bay Street,
Nassau, Bahamas.

Attorney for the Petitioner.


expected to interpret
them all "knowledgea-
bly."
12. FINE not nine or wine.
"If" they're FINE makes
a straightforward answer.
"If" nine or wine
"decanters" are
underpriced, for instance,
but not particularly
desirable, he may still
leave them unbought.
13. HAKE not lake. "HAKE
has direct association with
a fisherman's interests,"
certainly as it's a fish
which' certain fishermen
like to catch. Much
depends on the lake,
which is too vague in the
clue, as we are not told
whether or not it is
stocked with fish.
14 LOST not last. If "he's"
actually last, the "miler
will" likely be thoroughly
disheartened and slacken
pace altogether Although
"he has LOST, he" could
still place in the race (e.g.
second or third), and,
furthermore, being a
"keen miler," "he" won't
want to "finish" too far
down the field and "will
.usually finish strongly."
18. PAPER not piper. "A
PAPER from Scotland"
makes a clear-cut answer,
but the sight and sound of
"a piper is likely to" so
affect "a lonely
Scotsman" even if the
piper is not "from
Scotland," makingg the
clue words, "from
Scotland," superfluous.
19. DEFECTS not defeats.
"Consciousness of his"
defeats/DEFECTS implies
that he might conceivably
be unaware of them
which is more apt for
DEFECTS. One is
normally aware of one's
defeats, though one might
not wish to dwell on
them.
20. TALK not task. The
passive, "it drags on
longer," suggests that
there's nothing the "busy
person" can do about it
pointing to TALK, since
the "person" in question
could speed up his efforts
in doing the task.

CLUES DOWN
1. PACKERS not pickers.
The clue implies that
"dexterity" is the prime
requisite, favouring
PACKERS (i.e. arranging
them is quickly and
neatly as possible in their
contained's). On the other
hand, "the work of
pickers" of nran) f-iiits
has care as a primary
requisite: even more than
speed.
3. DOPED not duped. "Get
out of the situation"
indicates his being in some
sort of predicament more
apt for DOPED. When
duped, he may merely
have been tricked into,
say, following a false trial
and not be in any danger.
4. SHOUTING not shooting.
In the "several
rehearsals," although the
actors go through the
motions of shooting, it's
highly unlikely that the
blanks will be used in all
of them, making
SHOUTING the better
answer.
6. REGAINS not retains.
"Much to celebrate,"
certainly, "when he
REGAINS the title," after
being relegated to being a
mere contender again. Not
necessarily ''much to
celebrate wlltii he" retains
it, if the challenger was
not considered likely to
win, anyway, for example.
14. LEAD not load It's not


the picture of the actual
loading of "donkeys,"
surely that's
"picturesque," but the
"donkeys" walking along
carrying their loads, as
when "a peasant LEADs"
them towards their
destination.
15. TAKE not tame. What
these "people disapprove
of" is that the "wild
animals" are TAKEn from
their environment in
which they would live
more natural lives.
Furthermore, the fact that
they are tamed makes
redundant the clue phrase
"make pets of them."
16. BEAT not heat. It would
be the conditions under
which he had to endure
the heat that would be the
"reasonable" answer "to
his fatigue and not the
]heat itself. Thus BEAT
makes a comprehensive
answer and includes heat
or any other discomforts
of his BEAT.


SUMMER WORKSHOP
THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION nd Culture Is
holding a Summer Workshop in NeedlWaft at the
Bahamas Teachers College to prepar teehers to train
their school children for future lujtry. All the
needlework shown above wll be given to the
Ranfurly Home for Children and the Children's
Hostel. The teachers taking the court m nd pictured
above from left to right are Marlen Huthlnson,
Eldica Wilson, Shielt Seymour, an instructor; Iolene
Rolled, Martha Dean,.Coral Huyler, a instructor; Lilly
Joseph, Joyce Francis, Glennis Wallace, and Cilyn
Dames. Photo: Roland Rose.


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Preaching: 11 a.m. 7:30 pm.
Wed: Prayer & Praise: 7:30 p.m.


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one of the Family Islands for a few days. There's
never been a better time than the present.
For Bahamasair and the Bahama Out Islands
Association have put together a Family Hol-
iday to many of our Family Islands. From now
until October 31st, you'll get 20% off on your
round-trip airfare and 20% off on your hotel
rate. To qualify, you have to be a Bahamian or
a resident of the Bahamas.
For airline reservations, phone Bahamasair
in Nassau at 7-8511 and in Freeport at 352-8341.
For hotel reservations, phone in Nassau 2-8383.
For brochures on the Family Islands and
specific hotels, stop by one of the Ministry of
Tourism's Information Centres.
There's a Family Holiday for all these Family
Islands:

Abaco
Elbow Cay Club, Hope Town
Green Turtle Club, Green Turtle Cay
Guana Harbour Club, Great Guana Cay
Hope Town Harbour Lodge, Hope Town
Lofty Fig Villas, Marsh Harbour
Treasure Cay Beach Hotel & Villas,
Treasure Cay

Andros
Andros Beach Hotel & Villas, Nicholls Town
Bannister Guest House, Mangrove Cay
Las Palmas Hotel, Driggs Hill
San Andros Hotel, San Andros
Small Hope Bay Lodge, Fresh Creek

Bimini
Bimini Big Game Fishing Club, North Bimini
Bimini Islands Yacht Club, South Bimini


Eleuthera
Arawak Cove Club, Gregory Town
Buccaneer Club, Governor's Harbour
Cape Eleuthera Resort and Yacht Club,
Cape Eleuthera
Current Club, Current
Hatchet Bay Yacht Club, Hatchet Bay
Potlatch Club, Governor's Harbour
Rainbow Inn, Governor's Harbour
Rogue's Cove Club, South Palmetto Point
Sea Raider Cottages, Current
Tranquillity Bay Club, Governor's Harbour

Exuma
Bahama Sound Beach Club, Bahama Sound
Hotel Peace & Plenty, George Town
Marshall's Guest House, George Town
Out Island Inn, George Town
Pieces of Eight, George Town
Pretty Molly Bay Club, Little Exuma

Great Harbour Cay
Great Harbour Club
Sugar Beach Club

Harbour Island
Coral Sands Hotel
Romora Bay Club

Long Island
Stella Maris Inn, Stella Maris

San Salvador
Riding Rock Inn, Cockburn Town
Sea View Villas, Cockburn Town

Spanish Wels
Roberts Harbour Club
Spanish Isle Resort


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TNE TRIBUNE ..- Saturday, August 3, 1974


Divorce: the end product of an empty relationship


"The itching drove me crazy

and Iwas too ashamed to

get help."


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reminded Rotarians of the
vows of matrimony.
Unfortunately, said the
young lawyer, a marriage
partner may be so
emotionally unstable or lack
so much confidence in his or
her marital relationship that
they resort to extra-marital
affairs. In that case, he
continued, the conduct of the
marriage parties results in the
deterioration or complete
destruction of the marriage
relationship between them.
"The legislators in their


wisdom, have provided
partially for this kind of crisis
in marriage by creating laws
by which the marriage will be
dissolved on the restricted
grounds of adultery," he said.
In an attempt to further
enlighten Rotarians, Mr.
Bethel said that judicial
interpretation has extended
the grounds of divorce to
include the disappearance and
seven years continuous
absence of a spouse in a
marital relationship


suspended by that abneae.
"On a dimolution of a
marriage, the innocent spouse
is at least entitled to the
continued enjoyment of the
same or a proximate standard
of living."
Unfortunately, Mr. Bethel
said, the victims who los
more from a floundering
marital relationship are the
children of that marriage. "It
is said that for them an
unstable home atmosphere is
a traumatic experience."


He informed members of
the Rotary Club that the
Courts concern for the
children is such that they will
normally be placed in the
custody of a fit mother who
could provide suitable
parental guidance and control
over them.
He concluded his short but
informative speech by
declaring: "As marriage is for
those who are in love, so
divorce is the route for all
those who can remember."


Why the Queen kept


Sir Leonard waiting


From Bahamas Information Services
SIR LEONARD Knowles, Chief Justice of
The Commonwealth of The Bahamas, was
received by Her Majesty the Queen at
Buckingham Palace on July 29, 1974.
He was accompanied to the Palace by Lady
Knowles, their elder son, Dr. Knowles and Miss
Ann Wilkes, a friend of the family. The party
were on holiday together im England at the
time.
They were met at the Grand Entrance to the
Palace by one of the Queen's Equerries, a
member of the House of Lords, and taken to a
small drawing-room on the ground floor. There
they were joined by a lady-in-waiting and a
private secretary.
When they arrived at the Palace the Queen
was elsewhere in London on one of her official
duties. However, she arrived shortly
afterwards, and Sir Leonard was sent for.
Since this was a private investiture no one was
allowed to see the Queen except Sir Leonard.
Sir Leonard was taken by the Lord Equerry
first to a sitting-room on the first floor, close
to the room where the investiture was to take
place, and shortly afterwards to the large
drawing-room where the Queen was waiting to
receive him.
In the ..door-way the Lord Equerry
announced Sir Leonard, who bowed to the
Queen, and then walked towards a low
red-plush stool with an arm on the right side,
and knelt on it with the right knee.
Then in a simple ceremony dating back to
the time of King Alfred, the Queen walked to
a nearby table, and took up a full-size
sword.Without a word, she touched Sir
Leonard with the sword first on the right
shoulder and then on the left, whereupon Sir
Leonard stood erect.
The Queen returned the sword to the table
and invited Sir Leonard to take a seat by the


Sir Leonard and Lady Knowles
fire-place, and an informal chat took place
between Her Majesty and Sir Leonard.
Before leaving the Palace, Sir Leonard was
presented by the Lord Equerry to Prince
Edward, the Queen's youngest child.
Sir Leonard and Lady Knowles returned to
Nassau Wednesday afternoon. Sir Leonard will
resume his duties on August 7.


Tourism drive to run to October


THE DOMESTIC Tourism
Campaign which started June
1, will continue for the next
three months.
The promotion offers
Bahamian residents the
opportunity to visit the Family
Islands at favourable discount
rates throughout the summer
months, until October 31.
The campaign started two
years ago and is sponsored by
the Ministry of Tourism, the
Out Islands Hotel Association
and Bahamasiar.


Hotel rates are 20 per cent
less and so are Bahamasair
fares. Early bookings are
suggested.
Mr. Basil Albury, Assistant
Tourism Director, said that
several Family Island resorts
have indicated an increase so
far in the number of family
groups vacationing from
Nassau.
Most people stay three
nights and four days but
discount holidays can be
longer. The discounts do not


apply during holiday
week-ends and are not
applicable for meals and
incidentals.
Because Bahamasair require
early bookings, tickets must be
purchased in advance.

Additional inquiries about
the Domestic Tourism
Campaign may be directed to
the Ministry of Tourism,
Nassau Court or at the
information downtown booths
as well as the Bahamas Hotel
Association, telephone 28832.


All Family Island resorts.
except Freeport, are
participating in the
programme.
The Ministry uo To l ism, is
also promoting the p iorii-irine
through radio aJn :i.,-! !r ine
advertisement' \
depicting the i l"
amenities a
honeymooners. :,ii !' .inl
businessmen is shomin .laly at
the local cinemas and drive-in
theatres.


By FLLISTON RAHMING
DIVORCE MAY fittingly
be said to be an end product
to an empty or frustrated
maital relationship, asserted
attorney David Bethel as he
spoke to the Nassau West
Rotary Club Thursday.
"When two people many
each other, they promise to
remain together as husband
and wife for better or worse,
in sickness and in health, for
a richer or poorer situation in
life and for their joint
lifetimes," he declared as he


He added that with the
"one-world character'" of the
presentday tourism no nation
was able to act in total
isolation or in disregard of
others. Cooperation with other
countries was essential he said.

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BAHAMAS To ai:l '--
Director Basil AtkinsOft ll
that as of November 1, tousirh
would have a new world bdy;
The World Touriast
Organization (WTO) has ben....
formed as an intergovyes -
mental body to succeed the ..
non-governmental-
International Union of T"Yvel
Organizations(IUOTO).
The Bahamas Government
was an early signatory to t... -
statues ratifying WTO. Now
that 51 countries have done so, :,.
the body will come into being
in November with provisional
headquarters in Geneva.
Both Mr. Atkinson and his
predecessor as Director of
Tourism, Mr. Som Chib, are
past-presidents of IUOTO and
have played prominent roles n
the founding of the new
intergovernmental totfrisi
body.
Mr. Atkinson said that the
WTO would have special lidtj
with the United Nations which
should serve to enhance both
inside and outside this world
forum, the standing and needs
of tourism.
"The WTO shouldd also
enable government t
coordinate better their effort
to harmonize national and.
international tourist policies,"
he said. "This is extremely '
important when tourism today '
involves the annual movement -
of more than 800 million
persons nationally and'
internationally.
"It is also timely with many
new problems being faced
because of inflation, the energy
crises and changing market
needs."
He added that governments
in recent years had turned
more and more from merely
promoting tourism [o
managing it constructively in
the public interest.
There was also the need to
safeguard the environment and
it was felt that tourism offered
great potential for good Jn
creating and imprevinl
infrastructures and itn
stimulating pride and morale at -
national, regional and locaIt
levels.
"Tourism is the biggest
single industry in the world,"
he said.
Mr. Atkinson said the need
arose for a world body of
tourism officials who are able
to act in the name of their
governments and to talk in
terms of the monetary
situation and the impact of
travel on the balance of
payments.


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CONDEMNS BEHAVIOUR


THE TRIBUNE S* Saturday, August 3,1974
6


CHALLENGES ACTION OF STATIC


EDITOR, The Tbune,
As a black citizen of the
Commonwealth of the
ahamas, it is with great
horror that I adds myself
to this particular theme.
Your news story of 1st
August which told of the
proposed imminent hanging
of "Polks" Haumes and
"Red" Burrows is to me just
anothersad indication of the
state of the mentality of
those in high places which is
about to rock the very
foundation of a thus far
quickly eroding society.
Capital punishment in
itself to the writer is a
barbaric action, but capital
punishment coupled with
discrimination as to whom it
applies is to my mind,
unthinkably barbaric and
corrupt.
I gather from your article
i that there is a Committee for
the Prerogative of Mercy
which looks into all the
sur rounding facts and
circumstances of a given case.
This committee then makes
its recommendations to the
Minister of Home Affairs who
then advises the


OVER HANOING


Gooeor-General.
Such a Committee must of
its very nature, to my mind,
be fair, nba-political,
intelligent, balanced,
progremive and informed,
The latest decision of this
Committee has proven that
the people chosen to sit on
tEt Committee lack any of
these qualities.
How could a group of
human being sit in judgment
on the lives of three men who
entered a home, murdered
the head of that home for
personal gain and judge those
three men fit to live, and
months later sit in judgment
on the lives of two men who
murdered another, who, from
the evidence was as of
dubious a character as his
very murderers and decide
that these latter should be
put to death by the state?
The rationale behind these
two contrary decisions is very
difficult to understand and
can only lead to the
undermining of any sense f


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Justice aS fr play at its
very hhest level in this
country.
(1) Are these
two men being
hanged becse
they killed another
black brother?
(2) Are these
two being hanged
through supposed
political revenge?
(3) Are we being
told that since
capital punishment
is our form of
punishment for
murder that since
we can be assured
no protection from
evil acts if we sit at
home at night'
minding our own


buittd,,, but that
if we lly forth in
tim naa of a
Pliie party our

be vindicated?
(4) Why are
these two men
receiving the death
penalty ... exactly
why?


Ame we so
that as Bah
cannot even
outrage at I
arbitrary a
supposed
Committee.
All those
this writer thi
could be a si
the world ha
things just a


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B.E.C. BILL


-M-r-,.PIC- E DITOR, The Tribune,
beg i to show Wil you ple print thir
ntCh applently letter ia yourcolusmns.
lion by our i donat msa to complain,
intelligent butt would lik to bring to
the attention of Mr. Oscar
hopes held by Johnso, who is now
it we as a people chairman of BEC, that the
ing example to power in Englerton on
ve been lost and Wilson Tract I forever going
continue to slip! off without warning.
I know there s very littk
CONCERNED you ca do about the
power going off, but, Sir, I
beg' you to see about these
high bUll we have to pay.
It' seems that the less
electricity we use the more
we have to pay.
Please, Mr. Johnson, I
would like to see some action
from you on this matter.
RICHARD LEON ROKER
Wilson Tract,
Englerston.


She should just say:

"NO!"


By Abigail Van Buren
o t a e CMC- tSem4 7. NetM Mt, I&.
DEAR ABBY: I've been struggling with this problem for
a year and can't seem to come up with a eoltlion.
I am 27 reasonably attractive ad divorced. When a girl
is 21 and not yet married, she can say no to a fellow and use
the excuse that she saving herself for marriage. But when
she's 27 and divorced, what can she say that will be
acceptable?
If say, "I don't believe in eX outside marriage," It
sounds like I'm trying to rope myself another husband,
which is not necessarily true.
How can I get around this? What I need is some clever
saying that will get me off the hook without making me
sound like a goody-goody. STUMPED
DEAR STUMPED: What makes you think you have to
either deliver, or ome up with an excae? Surely you have
omethlng other than s to offer a a S. Juat ty: "No,"
aad doa't fdl that you have to justify It.
DEAR ABBY: The days when girls went to college to
catch a husband are a thing of the past. If girls don't get an
education so they can support themselves they will end up
Qn welfare.
The no-fault divorces are telling a tory loud and clear.
Women are not going to be able to hook a man and live off
him for the rest of their lives.
A relativeofmine is now looking for work at the age of 67.
For 15 years her ex-husband sent er 8800 a month, and she
spent every dime of it. Last month she was told there will be
no more checks and now she is half out of her mind. She's
never done any kind of work in her life. She's hopelessly
healeass.
She wants to come and live with me. I told her no. At age
45, 1 went back to school for two years to prepare myself for
the job I now have. I like being independent, and I don't
want to give up my privacy, which is what I would have to
do if I let her come and live with me. Do you blame me?
ANONYMOUS
DEAR ANONYMOUS: I'd have to know more about the
relationship between you and this relative. If she is someone
who looked after you when you were hapless, it would make
a different.
DEAR ABBY: The girt I'm dating has been invited to
her cousin's wedding. She received a fprmal invitation, and
enclosed was a note which read: "I am sorry, but I must ask
you please not to bring a guest as it will be too much. Thank
you, and it was sino by the bride's mother.
My question: Isn't it customary for a girl who is dating
someone special to be allowed to bring him? I had quite a
long discussion with my girl friend. I told her that under the
circumstances I didn't think she should attend the wedding
either as I do not approve of her going without me as her
escort.
I would like your opinion. I OBJECT
DEAR OBJECT: Objection overruledl You aren't
offally engaged to her and should not expet to be
inulded. You appear to be unduly posesseve f a grl you
are only "dating." And you are out of order to insist that
she not attend her meoua's wedding because you wee not
made weleome. Case dismissed.


ELTON

SHINES

ON
NEW YORK Elton John
moved into the number one
spot this week among best
selling single pop records in the
United States with his
rapid-rising "Don't Let The
Sun Go Down On Me." It was
second a week ago.
"Annie's Song" by John
Denver slipped from the top to
second place, while Steely
Dan's "Rikki, don't lose that
number" held on to third.
The top ten, as rated by
Cash Box, with last week's
position in brackets:
1. (2) Don't Let The Sun Go
Down on Me Elton John (MCA).
2. (1) Annie' Song John
Denver (RCA).
3. (3) Rikki, Don't Lose That
Number Steely Dan (ABC).
4. (4) Rock and Roll Heaven -
The Righteous Brothers (Haven).
J. (5) Rock Your Baby George
McCrae (TK).
6. (6) Rock the Boat The Hues
Corporation (RCA).
7, (16) The Night Chicago Died
-Paper Lace (Mercury).
8. (11) Sideshow Blue Magic
(Atco).
9. (12) Feel Like Makin' Love -
Roberts Flack (Atlantic).
10. (10) Waterloo Abba
(Atlantic).
In Britain, "rock your baby,"
was top.

BENEFIT SHOW
RUPERT MISSICK, director
of the New World Theatre,
East Street, has announced
plans for a gala benefit show
and dance to be held at the
theatre on Friday, August 16,
at 8.


EDITOR, The Tribune,
A few years ago I became a
member of the Bahamas Taxi
Cab Corporation Union as a
cab driver.
My intention then and still is
to be a good ambassador. to
tell and show our visitors our
beautiful island and to make
them feel welcome.
Every Tuesday morning for
the past three years; I have
worked from the Prince George
Dock, where I established
myself.
Sir, I also established myself
in the press by advertising
native night clubs and the
Paradise casino; places where
our visitors can enjoy an
evening with fun and pleasure.
The Minister of Tourism
addressed us sometime ago. In
his address be urged us to be
creative and to do all we can to
make our visitors happy, and
feel at home among us. I try to
do just that by offering my
services to our visitors by word
of mouth and the
advertisements in the papers.
Now these services are
threatened. Tuesday, July 16,
1974 1 experienced two of my
greatest shocks. One from a
high ranking member of the
Bahamas Taxi Cab Corp. The
other from an officer of the
Road Traffic Dept. I was
discussing a night club tour
with Dr. Solomon and a party
of six. This officer came over
and advised the doctor not to
bargain with me.
That did not stop Dr.
Solomon from buying the
night club tour, because I had
the privilege of serving these
people before. Not only do I
have repeat business, but
officers from many ships that
don't sell night club tours
always tell their passengers
about my services.
About 10.30 p.m. while
waiting for the last party of
eight to leave the ship for the
midnight show, shock No. 2
occurred. Dr. Solomon and his
party returned from the early
show in a cab driven by the
BTC union man.
These people were given two
vouchers, one for admission to
the casino show, the other for
a return ride by any taxi. These
vouchers are honoured by the
casino at $1 each.
Dr. Solomon gave the BTC
man six of them. The taxi man
refused to take them. He
demanded six dollars in cash.
Dr. Solomon refused. The taxi
man then demanded very
rudely that he wanted $6.
I then stepped in and
advised Dr. Solomon not to
give him one penny. I also
advised him and his party to go
aboard the ship. The taxi man


The show will be made up of
talented persons in the
community from Cat Island
and proceeds will go toward'
the Oris Strachan College fund.
Mr. Strachan is from New
Bight.


BY TAXI DRIVER


yelled very rudly and loudly
again' "You owe me 56." 1
advisd the OTC man to go
back to the casnoas a l drivers
do and collect his money.
I do hope Mr. Richard Moss,
president of the BTCU, will do
something about this matter.
Government spends millions
of dollars to attract victors to
our shores. And when they are


made to believe they are doing
business with crooks, and are
treated rudely as this taxi man
treated Dr. Solomon, it is time
Government. does something
about it.
Men like this BTC union
man should not be in the taxi
business.
CECIL NEWRY
Nassau, P. 0. Nox 2457


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THE TRIBUNE - Saturday, August 3, 1974


SHIRLEY


MORNING

MOVIES
PRESENTED BY YOUR
COCA.COLABOTTLER
FOR CHILDREN
EVERY TUESDAY Kids Save 10c on
MORNING Admission Price, B
ATB:30A. M 6 Coca-Cola or Fan
Bottle Caps.


Tuesday Aug. 6
9:30 a.m.

"CUSTER OF THE WEST" G.
Robert Shaw, Mary Ure



Tuesday Aug. 6
9:30 a~m.

"THE PRIVATE NAVY OF SGT. O'FARRELL
Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller


Tuesday Aug. 6
9:30 a.m.

DINOSAURSU" G.
Ward RNmSey, Kristina Hanson


Tuesday Aug. 6
9:30 a.m.

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


Aa 3


PUBLIC NOTICE

Will anyone having knowledge of a Will made by
the above named deceased late of 19 Earl Howe
Street, Leicester, England and formerly of P. 0.
Box F-909, Freeport, Bahamas who died on the
24th February, 1974, please contact Freer.
Bouskell & Co. of 10 New Street, Leicester LEI
5ND, reference J.M.S.


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Photo: PHILIP SYMONETTE
Mrs. McKay, Edmund Moxey, Tony McKay; and Fireball
Freddie, Exuma's manager.

Obeah man is back


I XLMA, THE "OBEAH
MAN", familiar to Bahamians
as Tony McKay, arrived with
his wife and family in Nassau
on Thursday to appear this
week at the Jumbey Village
Festival.
As a special guest of the
Musician's Union and the
Ministry of Education and
Culture, Mr. McKay was met
with a reception at the airport
where he announced that, in
establishing himself as a
businessman, he has now
formed his own recording
company in New York and
plans soon to release three new
albums under his own label
"Inagua." Mr. McKay
explained that he is
concentrating his work on the
West Indian and African
markets.
Some of his unreleased


Doint feel



bad -buy


the book


YOU AND I are very sick!
I draw this conclusion not
simply from having coveted
the riches of our local
medical practitioners, but
more as a result of a recent
visit I made to iny local
supermarket.
I had filled my trolley with
milk, eggs, fresh fruit and
vegetables and was warily
watching the cash register
chink up the ever-increasing
cost of a healthy
constitution, when my glance
fell upon the revolving
bookstand with all its
temptingly tactile paperback
covers.
What a gaudy montage of
blood and bodies!
And yet I was then
not so struck by the frozen
agonies and bleeding knives,
the seedy bosoms and lusty
embraces. It was more the
plain covers and their plain
words which so fixed my
stare.
For with a voice full of
the authority of the bestseller
they proclaimed my (and
EveryModernMan's) sickness.
They told me that I didn't
know what to say after I'd
said 'Hello'; that I was 'Not
O.K.'; that I was playing the
wrong kind of 'Games'; that I
was out of touch with
healthy Intimate Behaviour.
With one voice they'
suggested that I was unable to


material, Tony says, will be
introduced at the Jumbey
Village this week, giving
Bahamians a peep as to what is
revolving in the sensitive mind
of "Exuma."
Although Exuma's main
interest lies in "expressing the
culture of the Bahamas" in his
music, he also has interest in
another art form as viewers and
critics will see when Tony
displays his original paintings
at a New York art exhibition
this December.
Mr. McKay also announced
that he will be making his first
movie next year. To be filmed
in Jamaica, the film is called
"Cora's first kiss' in which
Exuma stars and will also write
the music score.
The Jumbey Festival ends
on the night of August 5th.


think positively, to teel
genuinely, to relate
meaningfully, to really love
and be loved in return.
Their covers, like the
mirror on the wall, told me
that my life was a complete
and utter mess but not
quite without hope.
"Don't feel bad," they
seemed to be saying, "just
buy the book."
It was suddenly so
obvious: I desperately needed
to buy and read and readjust
in order to be reborn.
So I bought them all. And
leaving the trolley and its
contents behind me, I walked
out of the supermarket and
into the light.
And as I read them
through the light indeed
began to shine and the
realization dawned: in my
Edenic innocence I had
been depriving myself of a far
greater and far deeper
happiness.
For I had been making the
fatal mistake of feeling good
and believing that I was doing
the right thing, when I really
should have been feeling bad
because I had inevitably been
doing the wrong thing. It was
as if all those years I had been
giving the wrong answer to a
question no one had asked.
But the books were well
written; convincing and so
accurate. They sorted me out
nicely.
Now that I have learned to
feel really bad and know
why, I feel better than I have
ever felt before.
So let us then reach out
and touch one another; let us
shake hands over the
paperback-culture counter
and congratulate ourselves:
we are all beautifully curably
sick!
There now, doesn't that
feel better? .


ST.


Now showing thru
Thursday, 'THE LFGEND OF
HELL HOUSF" matinees at
2:45 and 5 p.m., evening 9
p.m. Parental discretion
advised.
Starts Fridav "THE
MIDNIGHT MAN" matinees at
2:30 p.m. and 4 50 p.m.
evening 9 p.m. Parental
discretion advised.
Jordan City., S.C., is a small
town in which ex-cop Burt
Lancaster secures a job as a
night watchman at the college.
He moves in with friends
Cameron Mitchell and Joan
Lorring, then reports to parole
officer Susan Clark, with
whom he has an affair.
Lancaster is on probation
for having shot his wife's lover,
while Mitchell security man
for the college is recovering
from a broken leg dunng a
robbery at William Splawn's
club.
The tapes of three students
seeking psychiatric guidance
from Dr. Robert Quarry are
stolen. The important tape was
made by Senator Morgan
Woodward's daughter Cathy
Bach, who is murdered.
Sheriff tlarris ulin arrests
perverted janitor (harles Tyner
Lancaster conducts his own
investigation, during which
Woodward's secretary Quinn
Redeker and Bach's boy friend
William Lancaster are killed.
Burt is beaten by the three
armed thugs, whom he
manages to kill. Deputy
Richard Winterstein proves to
be involved with Splawn, but
Mitchell and Clark share in the
guilt.
WULFF RD.
Now showing thru Tuesday,
"THE CHINESE MECHANIC"
plus "THE MANDARIN
MAGICIAN". Sunday
showing continuous from 4:30
p.m. Parental discretion is
advised.
Starts Wednesday, 'THREE
THE HARD WAY" plus
"BUCK AND THE


NOW SHOWING!
SAt 8.15 8 11:35- -i





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And 10:00
GODFATHER OF
HONG KONG


PREACHFR'" matinee
continuous from 2 p.m.
Evening 8 30 Parental
discretion is advised.

SAVOY
Saturday 8.30 p.m. and
Sunday, "LUANA" plus "THE
LAST ROMAN" Sunday
matinee continuous from 2:15
p.m., Evening 8:30.
Monday and Tuesday,
"MISS MFLODY JONES" plus
rIS IS A HIJACK"matinee
continuous from 2:30 p.m.
Evening 8.30. Plus late feature
Tuesday night.
Wednesday thru Friday.
"OKLAHOMA CRUDE" plus
MACHINESE GUN McCAIN"


matinee continuous from 1:45
p.m.. evening 8:30 Plus late
feature Friday night.
OKLAHOMA CRUDE: In
1913, independent driller Faye
Dunaway challenges the
powerful Pan-Oklahoma Oil
Co. with her well. Father John
Mills, who deserted his family
many years before wants to
help his strong-willed daughter.
He hires intinerant George C.
Scott, whose main interest is
money. An affection for
Dunaway is squelched by her
attitude, particularly her talk
of a third sex.
A trouhle-shooter for the oil
company, Jack Palance forces
them off the field and has


them beaten, Indian helper
Rafael Campos being killed.
Mill 'nurses Dunaway bckm to
hea they and Scott ar
advised by lawyer Woodrow
Parfrey to take the claim ba
by force. Palane, his men and
Harvey Jason, son of the
company president, set up a
camp-site as the three work the
rig.
When Mills replaces the
broken cable, he's picked off
by the sharpshooters. Dunaway
mourns his death and then
turns to the willing Scott for
comfort.
The wells bring forth oil,
which quickly pans out. Scott
is about to leave but Dunaway
has other plans for him.


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Milt Jackson, one of the world's greatest jazz musicians this week made a surprised visit t6
the International House of Music on Nassau Street. Milt has been In the entertainment and
recording business for 34 years, and has done scores of albums. His group, the modern Jazz
Quartet has recently returned from a successful tour of Australia. Milt says that his immediate
plans are to organize a new group and to do lecturing tours of colleges throughout the United
States. From New Jersey, he has been vacationing in Nassau as house guest of Dr. and Mrs.
Granville Bain. Milt, centre, is pictured with Derek Francis, left, and Walter Hanchell, right, of
the International House of Music.



$1.00 m NOTICE

DAY AT Miss D.E.Raine S.R.Ch., M.S.Ch.
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A8UARIM
Phone 36896
August 5th
AUGUST MONDAY
4 Showtimes Daily
10:30 a.m. 12:20 p.m.
2:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m.
Snack Bar OPEN
Native Dishes
Come & bring the whole
family for a wonderful
underwater world of
entertainment!


Modest Priced

Maytag

Automatics


commencement of her

practice of CHIROPODY at

Malton House, Collins

Avenue, Nassau, Bahamas.


Box N1013


Tel. 52996


Exciting things are


happening at the


fabulous Trade Winds

Bar & Lounge

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CLASSIFIED ADVS. BRING RESULTS-FAST

CLASSIFIED SECTION TO PLACE YUR AD. TELEPH 21 .


REIL ESTATE REAL ESTATE SJMARINE SUPPLIES IEALTIIFOOD IIELP WANTED IIELP WANTED IELP aImE @ilPII


C16257
SEA BREEZE VICINITY. Lots
70 x 550. $6,500. $400
deposit. Balance financed
$151. 80 month. 10% cash
discount. Tel 4-1141 any day
of night or 2-2794.
MORLEY & O'BRIEN REAL
ESTATE.

C16279
BLAIR ESTATE. 3 bedroom
residence with saleable
adjacent lot Furnished. Own
water supply. Double garage
Roof patio. $72,000 Direct
sale. Further information, call
21741-2, 74105.

C16067
BUY A LOT
IN SAN ANDROS
ALMOST 1/3 ACRE
$35 down, $35 per month. Call
or visit
FRANK CAREY
Real Estate
P.O. Box N-4764

Bay and Deveaux Streets
Telephone 27667-24815

C16278
FOR SALE
2 Lots LITTLE HYDE PARK
$3800.00 each.
Lot STAPLEDON on Christie
Street $6700.00
Unfurnished house East of
Seabreeze NEWLY BUILT 3
bedrooms 2 baths, enclosed
grounds. ,Asking $35,000.00.
Lot 100 by 241 East
Bay-WINTON Asking
$18,000.00
Lot GROVE 130 by 90
depth. Only $9,500.00.
Rights to beach-half block
away.
SEABREEZE lot 127 by 100.
One lot from Canal only
$6250.00.


DIAL DAMIANOS
22307,22305.


22033,


C16302
60 x 100 Lots $3,000.00 & 6'2
Acre Lots $6000.00 each.
Near Windsor Place sub. near
Soldier Road.
50 x 100 Lots $2,300.00 &
$2,500.00 each. Nassau Village
near Seabreeze.
Contact Ferguson & Clarke
Real Estate, Norfolk House,
3rd Floor or Phone 5-9361.

C16287
If you have bought a piece of
lot previously and would like
to enlarge your property by
buying an adjacent lot contact
Bill's Real Estate and more
than likely we have the
property available or can get it
for you.
Also if you have a friend who
would like a lot in your area
ask him to call Bill's Real
Estate.
Our phone number is 2392 i or
for your evening convenience
42856. Out of town customers
may write to 5449 MS.

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

C16118
PRIVATE BEACH ANID)
LAKE. Spacious lots, 70 x
100. $75 DEPOSIT. NO
INTEREST CHARGES.
Salesman on duty
YAMACRAW BEACH
ESTATES. Model HoLse every
Saturday and Sunday. 12 to 6
Tel: 4-1141 any day or night
or 2-4148. MORLEY &
O'BRIEN REAL ESTATE
(BREA BROKERS).

FOR RENT
C16277
STORE ON MACKEY
STREET SOUTH., In good
business location. Suitable f(r
shop or office. Phone 28086

C16281
ONE AND TWO bedroom
apartments for rent. Furnished,
air-conditioned, carpeted
Centrally located. Phone
23010.

C16119
COTTAGES and
APARTMENTS monthly
airconditioned, fully furnished,
maid service available. Lovely
garden and swimming pool.
Telephone 31297, 31093.

C16294
SHOP, 28' x 30' on corner of
Market and McPherson Streets,
just south of St. John's
College. Phone 22228 Days,
42111, Evenings.


C16293
COLONIAL MANOR
APARTMENTS. Collins Ave.,
2nd. Terrace. Furnished, 1
bedroom, airconditioned
apartments with swimming
pool and laundry facilities.
ALSO Large furnished two
bedroom town house. Same
location. Phone 28808,
between 10 a.m. 1 p.m.


C16314
APARTMENT FOR RENT.
Bernard Road. next to
Poinciana Inn Telephone
31585, before 6 p.m.
Reasonable rent

C16123
MALUDONNA APARTMENTS
Curimr Mount Royal Avenue
and Dutrham Street,
Two-bedroom apartments,
co rn p le tely f ur n ished.
Telephone daylinne 28272
After 6:00 p.m. 5-3118.

C16319
4 BEDROOM, 1 12
BATHROOM HOUSE Soldier
Road. CALL 21986, ask for
Mrs. Smith.

C16113
THE W A E F I E L
APARTMENTS
Corner Cordeaux Anenuce,
Englerston. One and two
bedroom apar tents,
completely furnished.
Telehpone deVtime 2-82/2,
after 6:00 p.m. 5-34 18

C1613G
LOVELY 2 bedroom
airco rndi tioned apartment,
Dundas Court, Pyfrom's
Addition, Master T.V. antenna
and laundry room facilities
enclosed pairkin' i rea. Foi
information iall 3-4953 or
5-4258

C16117
2 BEDROOM I hath
apartment, fully furnished and
ready for occupancy. Situated
in Winton Highway. Prices vary
$350 to $375 pc month.
Phone 2-1631

C16289
ONF iRFE [)ROOM,
two bath. rconditioned
furnished hnime, Queen's
Road, Nassuit; Last. Phone
5-4684 or 2-37j

C16109
TWO 2 bediomr apartments.
fully furnished Centreville.
Ring Mr Pr itihard at 58134.

C 16130
Scriven's Villa's
Air-conditioned eff icency
apartments with kitchenette
directly on a lovely beach in
beautiful Eleuthera. For
further information call 51748
or 56901. In Eleutheri call Mr.
Hansen Bothel South
Palmetto Poi-t.
Rates: Up to two people
$16.00 a day Discount: weekly
rental 10% and monthly 15%.

CARS FOR SALE

C16290
TRIUMPH TOL .DO 1973. In
good conditiw.. Pi, 1 $1,800
phone 42471.


C16327
FOR SALF: 4 dppi
Cororona Autiiiat1(
conditi on. ,1 .: i
Phone 22193. !
32222 afte C.


Toyota
Good
ONO
22, or


CRAFT SUPPLIES

C16138
NOW i -tcink at Bahamian
Paint Supply, ',y Str eet:
Dreoupage
Clear C It;
Cadle CItt1
Te..' < ra1 {i
Phone 2 38h. 2-2898.


WANTS TO BUT
C 1C-2I /
SCRAP METAL Copper,
brass. 'ii3tors, lead,
alumi n., i lectr cal scrap
wires, a,,onlitioniers units arnd
batteries. Phone 3 5531, ask
fo, Albrt Stuibbs. WE PICK
UP


MARINE SUPPLIES

C16313
FOR SALt. : Bertrarn 25, twin
150 t. p. M ir liser. Phone
2 2.108
C 11894
1969 31 ft CHRIS-CRAFT
Cum.'n-drjer sleeps six, private
shower twvo 230 h.p engines
with press than 200 hours
KtcLhtnette., Yod condition
Call 2426 7, 5)4011

C16309
1971. 19 ft. V.I.P fibreglass
boat with 85 hp. Mercury
engine Canvas top, first class
condition, and complete Gator
Trailer. Available NOW -
$2,000.00 Phone 2-2510
7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
C16121
TRAVELLING?
For efficient friendly
advice on Worldwide
Destinations by Airline or
Steamships. Contact
MUNDY TOURS at
2-4512.


APPROVED CARGu
RIGHTS


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

C16139
PACEMAKER 44 ft.
Luxurious Cruising Yacht.
Phone 32371.

TOUR GUE

C16120
FOR SALE
$864.60
16 Days in Europe
Luxembourg Switzerland-
Austria Italy- Lichenstein
Monaco France
INCLUDES:
Round trip air fare
First class Hotels with private
bath

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

e Complete sightseeing Tours
in each city.

Continental breakfast
throughout, and most dinners
with wine.

All tips and taxes: (except
airport taxes).

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

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

ANNOUNCEMENTS
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
C16323
Miss D. E. Raine S'.R.Ch.,
M.S.Ch. announces the
commencement of her practice
of Chiropody at Malton House,
Collins Avenue, Nassau,
Bahamas Box N1013,
Telephone 52996.

SUMMER CAMP

C16297






Children's Summer camp
August 11th 31st on
beautiful Paradise Island
secluded Spiritual Atmosphere
Director: Hubert Farrington
Nassau Civic Ballet Yoga
Retreat.
Phone 5-5902 or 5-2353

SCHOOLS
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
C16114
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 and
8:30 p.m. or 3-5084 anytime.

C16315
BLAIR'S DAY CARE
CENTRE.
Bernard Road,

Next to Poinciana Inn.
HOURS: 7:30 6 p.m. daily.
All Mothers please call Mrs.
Knowles
AT TELEPHONE 31595

C16325
SAVE on clothing for yourself
anrd your family. LEARN TO
SEW with and without
patterns.
Competent instructors!
Simplified lessons
Enroll NOW for next term.
Registration daily, Mon.
Sat., 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.


D'ELEGANT SCHOOL OF
r AS H ION AND
DRESSMAKING.
Corner East Shirley and Fowler
Streets. Telephone 53223.


QC16107
WOLSEY.HALL
riE OXFORD CORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE
ihatejer the qualifcatron )ouy an
C( C E *0' and *A' lesel. a London
Univerv'i Degree, Professional Ex-
amlnations or Busincs Studics Hols~c
Hall rounded in I94 gicsi.ou.
A guaranlec of Itillron unmil you pass
)our \amriniatlon al no esra cost
An outrlanding record of success For
esamplc i"i~. of S'olsc Hall sludenls
siulg ftor B A honours degrees have
passed in he 'la t7cars
OsCr 75 years of experience resuling in
h t most efticienl modern methods of
poutal acrhinng h' airmail ifreqnured.
Prr'onal luition io mee t our precis
requirements.
Low fees p)ahle b) insialmenls.
Ifr you wln to know how to
prepare for r sucesrul rulure
I*rne for Free prospectu> to
i epoi/ V.E. I
lmu WI INMU 0miMe eX2 ,W-


C16115
EXERCISE EQUIPMENT -
SALES AND RENTALS For
the very best in Exercise
Equipment, Natural Health
Food and Vitamins, visit
Wong's Health Food Store,
Mackey Street.


REWARD
C16332
OFFERED for information
leading to return of green
Wolseley NPG 659 containing
set of sails, rudder, life jackets,
etc. of value only to owner.
Phone 78776 evening.



216324 .


IN loving memory of our dear
son, ASHLEY VAL SANDS,
WHO DPEARTED THIS LIFE
August, 3rd., 1972.

Safe in the arms of Jesus,
Safe on His gentle breast
There by His love
overshadowed.
Sweetly my soul shall rest.
GONE
BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
Sadly missed by his mother,
Mabel Sands, and father, two
sisters, and three brothers and
a host of relatives and friends.


HELP WANTED

C16301
Intelligent and Concientious
young man, experienced in
Customs Brokerage work.
Good references required.
Phone 2-3173 for
appointment.

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

C15396
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.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C15395
JOB TITLE: POWER
STATION OPERATOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years power plant experience.
Electrical background will be
an asset.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operates turbines, boilers and
related equipment to service
plant needs. Operates
switchboard to regulate
generation of electricity as
demand increases or decreases.
Regulates continuous flow of
current to sub-station for
distribution. Communicates
with mill men when adding or
dropping raw or finish mills.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C16122
MOVING?

For expert Packing and
Forwarding by Sea or
Air. Contact E. H.
MUNDY & Co.
(NASSAU) LTD. P. O.
Box N1893, Nassau,
Phone 2-4511.


APPROVED PASSENGER
RIGHTS


C16126
WANTED IMMEDIATELY
Experienced Offset Pressman,
40 hours per week, good
working conditions. APPLY
BAHAMAS PRINTING, Oakes
Field.

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.

C 16300
ONE FARM LABOURER to'
live on Farm. $35.00 per week.
Contact C. A. McKinney,
Phone 2-2867, Wulff Road,
High Noon Bar.

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.


C 16303
FLIGHT DISPATCHERS FOR
shift duty at Nassau
International Airport.
Applicant must have education
certificates, plus either S.A.A.
Dispatchers' Licence or Airline
Transport Pilot's Licence or
major airline operation training
or experience.
Salary according to
qualifications and experience.
Write: Dispatch Manager,
Bahamasair Holding, Dox
N-4881, Nassau, or visit office
at airport.


C16299
Land Surveyor, Registered,
Commissioned or Sworn with
five or more years experience
in the Bahamas since
Graduation. Must be capable of
performing Control, Cadastral,
Topographic and some
Hydrographic and Engineering
Surveys without supervision.
Chee-A-Tow & Co. Ltd. Box
N-1694, Nassau Telephone
2-3321.

C16304
YOUNG gardener/boatman/
handyman, to live on premises.
Eastern Road. Call 22113.

C16317
LIVE-IN qualified housekeeper
for family of four. Six days per
week salary $30.00. Apply
giving references c/o The
Advertiser Box N893.
C16318
REQUIRED general
maintenance man. Must be
experienced in painting and
carpentry and have driver's
licence. Must be prepared to
drive at night when required.
Six days per week, salary
$50.00. Write giving references
c/o The Advertiser, Box N893.
C16169

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

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

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

Responsible positions in
progressive Architects/Enqi-
neers/Quantity Surveying
office. Work includes
interesting project of long
duration, excellent salaries,
fringe benefits and good
working conditions.
Apply in writing to: P.O. Box
899, Grand Cayman, British
West Indies.


NAsRU


S ALARMS/SECURITY
L'wu's Alarm Services I'h. 3-2042

ANTENNAS
Islid TV I'h. 2-2618

AUTOMOTIVE
Lucas iatlleries
Hay Strel (;;arage I'h. 2-2434
'raosiissio,, gl(pairs
Shell Act eatin l 'h. 5-2000

BOOKSTORE
The Christiani lI k
Shlp 1 I'll. 5-1744

BUSINESS FORMS
I srcutive
I'rilttrs I'h. 2-4267/5-4011

KITCHEN CABINETS
(',nnm,itsrca;lllh
I urn milurc l'hl. .-1I 20

CAMERAS
John Hull I'll. 2-42 2/3

DOWNTOWN PARKING
Monl1hlv Kate S IS
I'hon. 2.4727(da ;) 7 7387(nite)

ENTERTAINMENT
Audi.o Visual & Mvies
Iilin & I qcuil. Service I'h. 2-21 57

FLORISTS
Island I uril I'lh. 2-2702/5-S419

GARDEN & PET SUPPLIES
Modcrikltic (.arden & I'et
Madeira Shopping I'llaa I'h.2-2868
Nassau (;ardei & I'le
Mont mro AvemYe I'h. 2-4259


HURRICANE AWNINGS
John S. (;eorge Ph. 2-8421/6
LAUNDRY&DRY CLEANING
New Oriental L.iundry 1'h. 2-4403

MEN'S WEAR
I .aslhin ltte Ltd. Ph. 2-2376/7

OPTICIANS
(ptiial Servicrs Ltd. I'h. 2-3910/1

PAPER
C',mnTerciaIl PaWper I luse I'Ph. 5-9731
PRINTING
Woig' I'rinting P'h. S5-4506
I '~eculive
I'rinters I'h. 2-4267/5-401

RUBBER STAMPS
Wiong's Ruherr Siamles I'll. -4SO0
rte Trihuni P'i'. 2-19 86

SPORTS GOODS
(haililioni Spirtls I.a.nd I'll. 2-1862

TRAVEL
I'Pkytours I'lh. 2-2931/7
K.II. C't irr &'. .'i. 2-8681/7

TRUCKING
Jolinsofls
Trucking & Lands(e P'h. 5-9574
(.C'ich salad I ruoking
Box 5654 I'h. 2-4726/3 1562

TYPEWRITER REPAIR
Junior Hirlel PIh. 5-1044

UPHOLSTERING


I ddii'i Illp)holstring Ph. 5-9713
FirnBmim ml AI m mmmnd me* e ,
FI T 11111/I VfWANT




Shop Nasm Merdmehs

For Busiess And Services


C16322
WANTED: One Llourer. For
further Information, Please
phone 24495. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

C16312
GARDENER to care for yard.
$35.00 per week. Phone
77897.

C16320
WANTED: One BAHAMIAN
Gardener. Telephone 24495, 9
a.m. to 5 p.m.

C16311
APPLICATIONS ARE
INVITED from Bahamians for
a position in our Fleet
Allocation Department.
Applicant with advanced
education preferred, but must
at least have a high school
education with G.C.E.'s
especially in Mathematics and.
English. AGE REQUIRE-
MENTS: under 30.
APPLICATIONS should be
forwarded to the attention of
the ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT, Navios
Corporation, Post Office Box
N-7796, Nassau, Bahamas.

C16308
ACCOUNTANT TO
SUPERVISE Cost & Statistics
Department of Ocean
Transportation Company.
Duties include forecasting, cost
analysis and development and
presentation of financial and
economic studies, including
recommendations relative to
operations and new ventures
for top management
consideration.
Applicant should have college
degree or equivalent through
study courses from accredited
institutes and schools with
major courses in Mathematics
of finance, statistics,
accounting, including standard
cost and economics.
Previous experience should be
in cost and general accounting
and statistics.
Submit resume covering
education experience and
salaries received to
ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT, NAVIOS
CORPORATION. Post Office
Box N-7796, Nassau.

C16328
RETAIL company operating 7
stores in the Bahamas,
specializing in china and
crystal, have a vacancy for a
branch manager to supervise
their Nassau operation.
Applicant should have a
recognized degree in business
administration and experience
at a high level in a similar
business. Knowledge of French
is essential. Write submitting
full resume to P. 0. Box
F-2442, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


WMNOCEMENTS
C16137
SHAWNEE
Daily Service between West
Palm Beach and West End. For
reservations call The Grand
Bahama Hotel (Ext. 51.

I ELP NOTED
C15396
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.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C15411
TAILORING MANAGER
REQUIRED
Capable of cutting and making
coats, jackets, pants, shirts,
jumpsuits, Ladies' suits and all
styles assigned to him. Five
years experience, between 30
- 40 years.
Apply to: Cressval Wilson, Box
F-2174, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C 15393
JOB TITLE: STEEL
FABRICATORS (TWO)
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 5
years experience in steel layout
and welding.
DUT IES/RESPONSIB ILITJES
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 iahama.


C16259
DISTRIBUTOR to sn evl
hotels and merelhnts In all of
Bahamas. Phone 21904.

C16326
FARM LABOURER
WANTED. Five days weekly
from 7.30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Phone 34369, 4 to 5 p.m.

C16321
WANTED: BAHAMIAN
gardener and general
handyman. For further
Information, call 24495. 9 a.m.
to 5 p. __



16112
SEWING MACHINE PARTS
AND REPAIRS
ISLAND FURNITURE
COMPANY
P. O. Box N4818, Nassau
Dowdeswell and Christie
Streets
Telephone 21197, 23152.

C16133
FOR YOUR BUILDING
NEEDS AND CRANE HIRE ...
.see:-
ISLAND BUILDERS
LIMITED
P. O. Box 6285 ES
Phone 3-1671 -3-1672

C16134
BACKHOE FOR HIRE
Need a septic tank or trenching
done?
Call
CARL G. TRECO
CONTRACTORS LTD.,
2-4996 or 5-8725

C16127
MASTER TECHNICIANS LTD
Mackey Street
YOUR WHIRLPOOL
DISTRIBUTORS OFFER:
Refrigerators, Washers, Dryers,
Compactors, Freezers, Ice
Makers, Air Conditioners and
Garbage Disposers. With full
warranty on every home
appliance we sell.
Service done by factory trained
mechanics. Telephone 23713,
59322.








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S LP WANTED

C15397
JOB TITLE: (T-IREEL
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 Cemen
Company, P. 0. Box F-10OQ,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C15406
Modlena Ltd.,' Elegaot Ldy
and International M Iel
Beauty Ltd., in need 2
MASTER BARBERS, 7 2
HAIRSTYLISTS minijium
3;S years experience. 1
BEAUTY THERAPIST -
experienced in massages, le
waxing and facials.
Only Bahamians need apply: P.
0. Box F-775, Freeport.

C15407
WANTED ROOFERS!
Must have at least 3-5 years
experience in Built up Roofing.
Bahamians only.
Please apply in writing stating
experience and references.
Buerger Roofing, P. O. Box
F-135, Freeport.

C15399
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAIRMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Diploma in instrumentation
preferred but not essential.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE) 3-5
years industrial instrument-
ation experience,
DUTIES/RESPONSIBIUTIES,
Install, repair, calibrate, tt
and adjust any type of
integrating, indicating or
gaphic electrical or mechanical
instrument.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
epartmtnt. Bahama Cemrt
Company. P. O. btx F100,
Freeport, Qand hama.


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

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.

C15409
Locum General Practitioner
required for three months at
Lucayan Medical Clinic.
Telephone Freeport 352-7288,
Administrator.

C15405
LABOURER to clean septic
tanks and grease traps also dig
ditches. Part time.
Apply McConville Plumbing,
Ltd., P. 0. Box F-227,
Freeport (352-2367)


HELP MNTED
C15408
MAID wanted to do regular
household duties.
Interested persons please write
P. O. Box P-1049, Freeport,
Grand Bahama. Only Bahamian
need to apply.

C15418
Vice President and Personal
Assistant to Chairman of
international company
required to administer
inter=company activities both
in the Bahamas and elsewhere.
Knowledge of corporate
management, international
trading, accounting and office
procedures essential.
Shorthand and typing an
advantage. Considerable
diversified experience required.
Bahamians only. Salary
negotiable.
All replies, Controller
Mercantile Group, P. O. Box
F-456, Freeport.

C15415
REFRIGERATION AND
AI R-CONDITIONING
INSTALLATION AND
EX P E R IENCED
REFRIGERATION AND
AI R-CON DITIONING
INSTALLATION AND
SERVICE TECHNICIANS
REQUI RED.
APPLY IMMEDIATELY -
STANDARD PLUMBING
COMPANY (FREEPORT)
LIMITED, P. O. Box F-2460.
PHONE 352-8738

C15419
Shop Manageress required for
Scandinavian stores, Freeport.
High School graduate. Must
have experience in inventory
control cardex system, cash
and charge procedures as well
as knowledge of purchasing
specialised gift items. 3 years
experience in similar position.
Mercantile Group Inc., P. O.
Box F-456, Freeport.

C15410
One GARDENER required.
Contact: Ural Smith, Eight
Mile Rock, Grand Bahama
(348-2343).


IELP WANTED
C15416
EQUIPMENT OPERATORS -
(2) Would be required to
work shift hours and is directly
responsible to the shift
engineer on duty for proper
operation of the power plant
auxiliaries. Applicant should
hold a recognized station
engineers .certificate or
equivalent with at least three
years experience in
the operation of boiler
equipment, water treatment
equipment, etc.
TECHNICIAN ELECTRICAL
MAINTENANCE (2) -
Individual must have sound
knowledge of power plant
electrical maintenance work,
based on at least five years
experience. He must be able to
work without direct
supervision on all phases of the
electrical installation including
commutator maintenance,
train his own helper, read
wiring diagrams and keep
equipment ranging from high
voltage switch gear to control
equipment in working order.
INSTRUMENT TECHNICI-
ANS (2) -- Must have sound
knowledge of Power Plant
Instrumentation Maintenance
work both pneumatic and
electirc systems and
components and electronic
equipment based on at least
three years experience in a
qualified position. Must be able
to work without direct
supervision on all phases of the
instrumentation, train his own
helper, road diagrams and keep
the equipment in working
order. He will report to the
Instrumentation Supervisor.
Apply to: Personnel
Department, Freeport
Commercial & Industrial
Limited, P. O. Box F-2666 or
30C Kipling Building Freeport,
Grand Bahama.

C15420
Tony Borsetto Mechanical Eng.
has the following vacancies:
(4) CERTIFIED WELDERS -
Must be able to perform
welding on pipe-lines up to
42". Must be able to
communicate and train others.
(7) ASPHALT SPECIALISTS:
Must be able to wrap pipes up
to 40" in diameter and be able
to train others.
Bahamians only need apply in
person to Mr. Sanfus Kemp,
Personnel Manager, 19 Poplar
Crescent or telephone Freeport
352-5562 (8-5 only).


HELP MITED
C15414
FOOD AND BEVERAGE
DIRECTOR: Mainly training In
Food & Beverage, overseeing of
staff, cost control in Food &
Beverage Department and
conduct on the job training.
12 years experience required.
Must be able to speak French
fluently. Police Certificate,
health certificate and letters of
references required.
DIRECTOR OF SALES
AGENCY: Be in charge of
Sales Office. Must also be able
to travel abroad and promote
business. 5-7 years experience
required. Must be neat in
appearance. Police Certificate,
health certificate and letters of
references required.
Interested persons apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL,
WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA, Personnel Office,
between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
and 3:00 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Mailing
Address: 158 Port Road, West
Palm Beach, Fla. 33404. Elon
Martin, Jr., Personnel Director.
C15413
PEST CONTROL
SERVICEMAN required.
Minimum 3 years experience.
Apply: Rentokil International
Ltd., P. O. Nox F-95, Freeport.

CARD OF THANKS
C15412


The family of the late Mrs. Iris
Pinder, wish to thank the many
friends and family for their
company and help and comfort
In their recent bereavement.
Special thanks go out to Rev.
L. Saunders, Rev. E. St. Clark,
Dr. Clement, Russell and
Pinder Funeral Home and the
Police for their efficient traffic
direction.
Husband, H. W. Pinder, nine
children and beloved aunt E.
Antrobus.


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"I wonder if that bear's mounted head understands
your growling any better than I do?"


"' HE'MAR HIM, ENRY...JUST PUNR THE / IVTr D."


* WOULD YOU MINP ?./


CROSSWORD

PUZZLE
ACROSS
v. W nt first
S w' 0 Peruvan
SI Indians
-- D 'v'- 2 Toward

V- 34 About
-, ; ';" 35 Chinese civet
3 Work for
Sad 41 Remodel
S4 Hifi set
S4 Maple genus
5 Samuel Pepys
S :: Unit of force
47 Antiquated
; ;;.' =.. S Consumed


DOWN
1. Rope fiber
2. Lamb
3. Dissolve


4. Somebody
5. Today
6. Word of choice
7. Think
8. Get one's
bearings
9. Heavy downfall
10 Compass point
12 Animal fat
17. In the future
18. Harmonium
20. Pseudonym
21. Soft fabric
23 World War II
region
24. Noted fighter
25. Confidentiality
29. Muffle
31. Guide
36. Painful
38.Song
39. Pause
40. Missive
41. Radiation unit
42. Yellow ocher
43. Small boy
45. Suffice


AP Newsfootures 8-5

Rupert and the Wooden L


What stuff aind nonsense! Dr. Sheep
stares irritably ;t the tearful little pig.. "Am I
expected t ,4aeeve that a wooden horse took
your snal ?" But it's true. Dr. Sheep,"
insists Rupert. "I saw it too. It was the
horse Bingo repaired." Rupert's words make
the teacher even more annoyed. "Will you
Stop making up fairy-tales! he cries. "I


CARROLL RIGHTER'S



from the crvon Rmitur wIsuitute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: A wonderful day to
\ quietly arrange plans vital to you and anyone
you feel can be helpful to you in days ahead. Then enjoy
social circles where you make progress.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Plan just how to have more of
the good things of life with kin, and then be off to the social
pleasures that are mutually enjoyed. Follow hunches.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Find a better way to have
more happiness in the future, and then get the aid of a bigwig.
Show your finest capabilities to those who count.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Study your new ideas that
you think will make the future brighter, then delve right into
the work ahead of you. Be alert to what is going on around
you.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You meet bigwigs
now who can be charmed into recognizing your finest
capabilities. Make new plans for a vacation.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Show more cooperation with
partners and you get excellent results now; talk over joint
affairs sensibly. Enjoy pleasures with mate impossible before.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Your partner is willing now
to give you all the assistance you desire, but make sure you
know just what you want. Get new attractive clothing.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) If there is someone you want
to see, get busy and contact early for fine results. Do your
work more efficiently if you want the okay of bigwigs.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Show affection to kin and
home and problems work out. Make abode more attractive.
Take no chances with one who is erratic and could cause you
harm.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) This is a good day to
reach a far better understanding with associates. Think more
progressively; handle communications wisely.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Forget that owl of a
person who impedes your progress and get out and do things
in a more modern and progressive way to get ahead.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You are most charming
now and can make fine friendships with persons you admire.
Discuss with them plans for greater mutual success. Don't be
vindictive.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Get private aims improved in
the future by planning now. Show appreciation for past favors.
Evening is fine for romance, happiness.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be
very gregarious and will love people, so would do well in any
profession dealing with the multitudes, whether in politics,
teaching, preaching, personnel work, etc. There is also much
ability where business is concerned. Give spiritual training
early, as well as the benefit of sports and music. Some wise
discipline should be given early, but let it be kindly.
"The Stars impel, they do not compeL" What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


A.x


IOW many
E H words of
Sour letters
or more can
you make
from the
A N letters shown
S -- 1makin a
S word, each
S H letter m a y
be used once
only. a c h
word must contain the large
letter, and there must be at
least one eight-letter word in the
list. No plurals; no foreign words;


no proper names TODAY'S
TARGET : 16 words ood ;
19 words, very good ; 4 words.
excellent. Solution tomorrow.
SATURDAY'S SOLUTION :
Abed abode ached adore arched
bade bard bared bead beard
board bode bored braced brad
bread bred BROACHED broad
brocade cadre card cared cedar
chord code coder cord cored
dace dare dear debar doer drab
hade hard head heard herd
hoard hoed horde oared orbed
oread raced read redo road
robed rode.


THE Make YVn Sery ( HOSS-word. The one with no nulmers and
except for the first In each section, no order to the clues. ONE;
HINT by compiler TIM McKAY : You should easlly nrk olu the
eight-letter words. Solution on Monday.


Clueo 4Acrmo-
Hills. (8)
Peaceful. (4)
'Teaching fraternity. (.3)
Sea-god. (7)
Ch(oek. (8)
Tree. (3)


Chess
By LEONARD BARDEN













Spot the trp in this position
from a Russian tournament
game. Black (to play) set the
trap with his next move, and
White fell into it. How did the
game finish ?
Par times: 10 seconds, ohen
master; 20 seconds, expert; 2
minutes, county player: 3 min-
utes. club standard: 5 minutes,
average; 15 minutes. novice.

1orse--26


-- --, I
suspect you are the cause of this and you've
filled Rosalie's head with your silly idea." By
this time the rest of the party has returned
and Dr. Sheep collects the sketchbooks in
readiness to leave. Since you're so certain
about this creature, Rupert," he says, "I
suggest you stay behind and look for Rosalie's
shawl." ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


Thouiiat. (4)
Sea-water. (5)
Animal noise. (3)
Girls name. (5)
Wedded. (5)
Hard paint. (I)
Allow. (3)
Thi I ilm starredd Leslie ('aron
(4)
('ltes Down
For some students. (6-3)
su mcient opportunity (.1. 4)
Entertainment. (9)
Editorial arlihles. (;)
T ak In
b o a % Iul A
Inanner. (4)
Method. (i6)
(4)
In(cked. (31
U nbellever.
(5)
Numbher. (3)
Flowers (09)
Enemly. (3)
VisioIn. ( ) y-t1-r(d, -$ ....
London Express Service.

Chess Solution
Black played 1 ... Q-QKtl
(intending to regroup his queen
to QR2 and play down the QR
file); and White fell for 2 B xP ?
Q-KB11 winning a piece. The
black bishop pins the white
bishop against the king, while
i/ 3 BxB, QxQ wins.



Bridge

by VIO IZ OLLO
Dealer South : Love All
North
S10 9 6 4
K 7
A 8 3 2
A 5 4
South
a 8
A QJ 9 4
SJ 10 6

South West North East
1 14a 20 Pass
3 Pass 3V Pass
west leads the #K and
Q, East following with the
then the 43. How should
South play? How should he play
in 6V 1
ANALYSIS: Unless there's
something diabolical afoot, the
game is in no danger. West
should have the K for his bid,
and if so, declarer will make his
glam, too-if he has bid it.
What it ne wasn't?
Most of the time the inexperi-
enced player will stIll make 12
tricks. Occasionally, however,
East will turn up unexpectedly
with the OK and trumps will
break 4-2. Then he will go
down.
Having stopped in 4V, the
expert. won't make 12 tricks,
even it they are there. Visualis-
ing this distribution:
Wet East
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t106 33 085
94 K 75
8 7 10 9835
he will discard a diamond on the
second spade, ruff a third one
and draw trumps, leaving him-
delf with none. Now. however.
finding East with the OK will
present no danger for he will
ave no spade left
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THE TRIBUNE *.- Saturday, August 3.1974


THE BAHAMAS Baseball
Association, though running
short by some $5,000, has
collected enough funds to
send a 19-member team to
the National Baseball
Congress tournament,
Wichita, Kansas, for five days,
B.B.A. president Oswald
Brown sid today.
The team which is
expected to depart Monday
morning will be accompanied
by manager Adrian Rodgers,
a coach, a. trainer, Miss
Bahamas Baseball Anne-Marie
Smith and her chaperone.
They play their first game
Wednesday night 7:30 against
Michigan. Their second game
will be on Friday.
Mr. Brown added that he
will not be accompanying the
team Monday. He will remain
in Nassau to try and raise the
remaining $5,000. "If the
team goes all the way,
obviously they will need the
money," he said.



The L


During a press conference
Monday, Mr. Brown
announced that unless the
B.B.A. was able to rake
$11,300 this week they
would have had to cancel
their annual participation in
Wichita. Yesterday, an
official of the B.B.A. told the
Tribune that $4,000 was
collected.
However, this morning, Mr.
Brown said Citibank had
made a substantial donation,
and, together with the fine
response from Freeport, the
B.B.A. will be able to make
an appearance in Wichita.
LATE FLASH: Selected
for tour: K. Smith, Al Hall,
B. Murray, S. Sweeting, M.
Moss, B. Hall, H. Williams, E.
Ford F. Smith, V. Albury, S.
Humes, S. Outten, F. Taylor,
R. Rodgers, L. Lockhart, R.
Rodgers, H. Huyler, P.
Bethell, A. Moss, D. Clarke,
W. Knowles, A. Wood, R.
Turner.


1'


BBA can send


19 to Wichita


I,


LEAVING Nassau this week for a series of cricket matches in the United States and
will play exhibition matches in Detroit, Ottawa, Toronto and New


undefeated


BAINTOWNERS AND HOLIDAY

INN CLASH FOR TOP SPOT


sy Gladstone Thurston
BAHAMAS ladies softball
champs Super Value
Baintowners (formerly the
Tribune Blazers) meet Holiday
Inn tonight in a battle of the
undefeated.
The winner will have sole
possession of first place in the
Columbus League of the
N.P.S.A. series.
The Baintowners who are
undefeated in four, hold a half
game lead over Holiday Inn
who have played one game less.
Percentagewise, they are
notched at 1,000.
Although head coach
Norman Gay found himself
having to play this season
without the services of three of
his key players Florence
Rolle, Daisy Walker and
Barbara Knowles the loss, so
far, has proved uneventful for
the Bain Town squad.
League leading hitter
Eula-Mae Smith along with
rookie Deninez Moss and left
fielder Celistine Wilson have
performed well. Along with
Glenda Huyler and Hattie
Moxey, together they have
filled any vacancy that
remained.
Moreover, pitcher Patty
Symonette who carried them
through most of last season is
still in top form. And, when
she is experiencing a bad game,
Margaret Albury always comes
through in the tight situations.
Earnistine Butler has proven
her ability on the mound in a


no-hitter against BalTelCo
Dials.
And yet, Holiday Inn is not
the team to be overlooked.
Hidden in Pat Saunders, Anita
Dougherty and Madge
Thompson is batting power -
if used .against an off-night
pitcher can be detrimental.
Added to this are the same
players Rolle, Knowles and
Walker who carried Bain
Town to the top last season.
Holiday Inn key pitcher Linda
Ford has proven unbeatable so
far.
However, since each team
meet each other three times,
the loser of tonight's game will
still have a chance to avenge.
In the second game tonight
(9 o'clock) Starlife
Baintowners play Taylor
Trucking.
Columbus League (batting)


ab
E. Smith 12
(Bain Town)
P. Saunders 12
(Holiday Inn)
C. Humes 13
(BaTelCo Dials)
D. Moss 12
(Super Value)
C. Wilson 11
(Bain Town)
A. Dougherty II
(Holiday Inn)
M. Thompson
(Holiday Inn) 17


h pet.
7 .583
7 .583
6 .462
5 .417
4 .364
4 .364


.273


Arawak League leading Del
Jane Queens should have no
problems maintaining their
undefeated record going
against Melrose Sherry. At least
that's the way first sacer


NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that MITCHEL. E CFNE of South
Beach Road, Nassau is aoolvina to .the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 3rd day
of August 19/4 to I ne Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box
N-3002, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that FRANCIS HUMES of Kemp
Road, Brown's Alley is applying to the Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, for naturalization as a
citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows
any reason why naturalization should not be granted should
send a written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 3rd day of August 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that CECELIA LOLITA
HAMILTON of Poinclanna Drive, Nassau N.P. Bahamas is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 3rd day of August 1974 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, Ministry of
Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002, Nassau.



NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that DALENE DELICE of Wulff
Road, Nassau is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for naturalisation as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any
reason why naturalisation should not be granted should
send a written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 27th day of July, 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.


Adline Higgss sees it. Their
formidable team should go all
the way.
In another battle of the
undefeated, both teams meet
in a showdown for first place
12 noon tomorrow in the
second game of a four-game
N.P.S.A. schedule. Customs
play Coke Real Things in the
first game at 10 a.m.
With top all around play
coming from each
team-member, Del Jane in their
five games played have
humiliated the teams they faced
with double figure scoring.
Leading the way for the
Queens are Cynthia Pratt and
Naomi Ellis both of whom
have compiled a whopping
.619 and .611 batting average.
Pratt's came from her 13 hits
during 21 times at bat. Ellis
had 11 hits from her 18 at
bats.
Higgs whose confident
defence has given her a starting
position at first has also
contributed a sound .400
batting average. Evangeline
Bowleg is at .500 and Mavis
Bowleg has a comfortable .364.
Arawak League (batting)


C. Pratt 21
N. Elli '18
(Del Jane)
C. Ferguson 11
(Tigerettes)
E. Bowleg 20
(Del Jane)
R. Taylor 12
(Tigerettes)
A. Higgs 10
(Del Jane)
C. Thompson 11
(Becks)
M. Bowleg 11
(Del Jane)
V. Darling 12
(Tigerettes)


Jun
hea
Eli;
seri


.619
.611
.545
.500
.417
.400
.364
.364
.333


100 youngsters in tennis tournament


OVER 100 juniors, many of under, and 10 and under the most promisingyoungsters
whom participated in .the categories. Each child will play for intensive development.
recently ended Bahamas Lawn five games against every child This tournament actually
Tennis Association's Youth in his category. begins phase II Of the
programme, are expected to I n m making t he B.L.T.A. youth programme.
compete in a round-robin announcement, Vicky "Phase I has been very
tournament which begins Knowles, H.E.B. pro, pointed successfully completed with a
Wednesday at the Hyatt out that this format, rather tremendous response from
Emerald Beach courts. than a knockout competition, Bahamian children," a press
The events will include male would give a fairer picture of release stated. "Five tennis
and female signles in 16 and the standard of play with a professionals have been giving
under, 14 and under, 12 and view to making a selection of daily tennis clinics
mmmmmmmlmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmam

ACTION GALORE AT THE STADIUM




II BOXING

m,. 1NASSAU STADIUM

INEKIN MONDAY AUGUST 5th, 9:00RM.
KNOCKOUT! COAKLEY MALAKIUS ENTERPRISES PRESENTS
AN ALL BAHAMIAN BOXING SPECTACULAR


MAN EVENT

S-10 ROUNDS-

Is REMAIN EVENT
I J RED HOT GRUDGE RETURN BOUT
SAMMY (KID) BARR K.O. GRANT
Top Bahamian Prospect All Action Battler
Sizzling Crowd Pleaser Top Local Middle-
weight Contender
BARR WON TORRID BUT CONTROVERSIAL DECISION ON MAY 31st.

I SUPER DUPER ADDED ATTRACTION I
I SEE BAHAMIAN BOXING ARTIST
EUSHA OBED
I IN A COMMAND PERFORMANCE.
IH ,NO DECISION
Miri- 6 ROUNDS w
SNO DECISION
ELISHA OBED BOB FREEZE
I World Championship Contender V Bahamian Heavyweight King
m SEE THE PERFORMANCE OF THE FINEST LOCAL BOXER OF OUR TIME


ain* *its baseball I Also Appearing:- BOSTON BLACKIE & BABY BOY ROLLE
K hlt19sbaseban llOTHER EXCITING BOUTS
RAIN CANCELLED the click," said Mgr. Orthnell OTHER EXCITING BOUTS i
ior league baseball triple Morris. HEIEKIN BEER WILL BE THERE TO KEEP YOU HAPPY COMFOTBLE.
ider today at Queen Morris concluded that he .I
zabeth Sports Centre. As the thinks it would be wise for the GENERAL ADMISSION $5.00 CHILDREN $3.00 RINGSIDE $7.00
ies nears its end three teams Senior league teams to have a LADIES' ADMITTED RINGSIDE FOR $5.00


are battling right down to the
wire with a game separating
third and first team.
Heineken Stars 12-4, St.
Michael Dodgers 11-4 and
Beck's Bees 11-5 are breathing
down each other's backs.
Last year second place
finishers A.I.D. Royals are
occupying fourth place with
two games left. The Royals
have to meet Beck's and the
Dodgers to complete their
series. Manager Orthnell Morris
of A.I.D. Royals is confident of
fourth spot and has already put
his eyes on the championship
title.
"We had problems all season
trying to unite as a club and
play over .500 ball. Then the
loss of short stop Jackie Wright
to senior squad Del Jane Saints
shocked the ball club. But now
my Royals are together and are
determined to bring home a
title which can only be
championship since we can't
win pennant. My team are
playing a igam better than
.500 ball and they can beat any
team once our pitching hold up
and our defense and hitting

SOCCER RESULTS
LONDON Results In the
Texaco Cup soccer tournament
today!
Group I: West Bromwich 0
Birmingham 0. Norwich 2
Peterborough Group 2: West
Ham I Orient 0; Luton I
Southampton 1; Group 3:
lackpool I MaMehester ty I;
Oldham 4 Sheffald Unltd 0;
Group 4: undmland 2 Newcastle
.1, Middlesbrouh 0 Carlil I.


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help the juniors
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BRENDAN FOSTER of
Britain (pictured) set a
world record of 7:35.2 for
the 3,000-meter run at
Gateshead today.
Foster was 2.4 seconds
inside the old record, held
by Emiel Puttemans of
Belgium.
He was competing in a
meet to inaugurate a new
all-weather track at this
town in northeast England.
A crowd of 9,000
cheered Foster, a recreation
officer, to the record.
Gateshead is his home town.
Puttemans' mark had
stood since September
1972.
Foster won the silver
medal in the 5,000 meters
at the Commonwealth
Games at Christchurch, New
Zealand, early this year.
David Black, another
Briton, was second in
Saturday's rfce in 7:51.0.
Dick Buerkle of the United
States was third in 7:58.4.


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