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VOL. LXXI, No. 293 Wednesday, August 7, 1974 PVies: 20 agnts


THREE AMERICANS and a
aitian, all Bahamas residents,
aere charged in Florida court
n Friday witi: smuggling 14
legal Haitian immigrants into
lorida from the Bahamas, the
iami Herald reported.
The arrests were made in
est Palm Beach early
"hursdav.
Arrested by U.S. Border
patrol agents were Raymond
arnett, 45, operator of the
65-foot shrimp boat


BWC

shocked

over

revision
THE BAHAMAS Workers
Council has registered
"complete shock and
disbelief" at Government's
revision of Price Control
Regulations yesterday to
allow the retail cost of more
than 100 price-controlled
food items to rise.
"Government has shown
that they do not care for the
welfare of the workers of the
Bahamas and have less
consideration for the poor
family islanders and others
here in Nassau," sai4 the
BWC.
The BWC wanted to know
whether Deputy Prime
Minister and Finance Minister
Arthur D. Hanna was aware
of the "thousands of people"
who are either unemployed
or underpaid.
"How are they going to
make it?" the Council press
release asked.
"We had the UBP, which
was a merchant government
shi"*, :y '' -.1, w, ..,a
blind. Now, we have the PLP
government, another merchant
government, but only they
are black and sly, doing the
same thing robbing the
poor to pay the rich. This
group has practised wage
control on a trusting people,
who were largely underpaid
and have never been able to
rise above the pangs of need
and poverty," said the BWC.
"Honest fighters in the.
unions and politics have been
bought out or beaten into
silence, because these fighters
for freedom would have to
enlighten the public to the
plunder by the rich few.
"It was all a matter of
politics," charged BWC,
"because the politicians
refuse to allow the unions to
function properly."


Monti
THE PRICES Commission,
under continuous fire for its
slow response to cost changes
in the breadbasket food
market, will probably this
month reach a position from
which monthly revisions up
or down of controlled prices
will be possible.
Since "breadbasket" food
items came under price control
on March 28, 1973, the list of
controlled prices has been
revised only three times to
reflect legilimdte increases in
the cost of importing those
items.
It was four months before
the first revision was made on
August 10. last year. five and a
half months before the second
revision on December 13, and
six and a half months hpfnrw
that most recent change on
Tuesday morning.
Wholesale and retail
merchants have constantly
complained that the revisions
failed to keep pace with
rapidly fluctuating prices in the
inflationary food market.


There has been a number
of known cases where
merchants' costs rose to the
point where they were having
to pay more to import certain
items than they could sell



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"Vagabond," his son
Lawrence, 20, an unidentified
juvenile and Joseph Tolis, 42.
The first threefi were
Americans who listed their
address as Freeport, Grand
Bahama, the Herald said.
Tolls was described as "a
Haitian citizen who lives in the
Bahamas."
The Vagabond, according to
a Border Patrol spokesman,
anchored just offshore at about
midnight Wednesday, with


53c


eight female and six malt
Haitian refugees aboard.
Ten of the Haitans were
taken to the Greyhound Bus
terminal in West Palm, where
two taxis were hired to
transport the refugees to
Miami
The ten were intercepted by
Border Patrol agents at the
southern end of the Florida
Turnpike .
The other four refugees and
the crew were arrested when


Price


loaf


LIQUID PETROLEUM cooking gas would now be costing $27 for a 100-pound
cylinder and a large loaf of lain white bread would now retail for "at least 53
cents" hadthe Government not stepped in with price control.
This was revealed today in a press conference called by Prices Commission chairman Neville


Adderley to explain Tuesday's
essential commodities.
Neither bread nor L.P. gas
came under price controls until
Tuesday.
On January 28 local bakeries
increased birad prices from 39
cents to 44 cent per large loaf
of plain white, after voluntary
consultation with Prices
Commission.
"g. bread prices had run,
their natutzi iotrse without-
intervention, it would be at
least 53 cents a loaf now," Mr.
Adderley said.
He went on to say that
despite the agreement on 44
cents per large loaf, the
Commission was aware that "in
certain areas of the Bahamas"
it was in fact costing the
housewife as much as 60 cents.
He declined to "point the
finger at anyone in particular,"
but said the high prices
developed "between New
Providence and Grand
Bahama."
The new price of a large loaf
of bread has been pegged at 48
cents.
The cost of L.P. gas, a fuel
essential for cooking on the
majority of home gas stoves,
almost doubled last December
3, rising from $13 to $21. The
price move was affected by


revision of controlled prices for breadbasket foods and other

By MIKE LOTHIAN


dealers without informing the
Prices Commission.
Mr. Adderley said today the
Commission intervened in
March of this year and
following negotiations
regulations published on
Tuesday forced cooking gas
prices down St.
Mr. Adderley said that had
there been no Commission
intervention, the price would
have reached the $27 mark
that press reports speculated
on in January and February.
Mr. Adderley pointed out
that the new schedule fixing
the maximum prices on over
200 breadbasket food. items
has been changed slightly.
Formerly there had been
two separate retail prices fixed,
one for New Providence and
Freeport and one for the Out
Islands excluding Freeport.
The classifications have been
changed significantly to read
"New Providence and Grand
Bahama" and "the Out Islands
excluding Grand Bahama."
He explained that numerous
complaints were received from
persons who live on Grand
Bahama, but not in Freepert


itself. The residents argued that
food prices in out-lying Grand
Bahama settlements such as
High Rock, Pinder's Point,
Eight Mife Rock and West End
were unjustifiably higher than
in Freeport itself.
On investigation, he said, the
Commission found the
complaints valid, and therefore
recommended that outlying
Grand Bahama settlements
come under the same price
structure applying to Grand
Bahama, instead of the higher
price structure applying to the
Out Islands.
The Out Island prices are set
slightly higher to allow for
inter-islanrd freight costs.
Mr. Adderley went on to say
that milk, as well as bread and
L.P. gas, have not come under
price control, because "there
are places in the Bahamas
which sold half-gallon milk for
. $1.40."
The new schedule has fixed
the half-gallon price for the
most expensive brand of local
milk at $1.11 for New
Providence $1.20 for Grand
Bahama and $1.11 plus sea
freight for the Out Islands.


hly checks may be made


those items for under price
control.
The resulting losses by
merchants at times lead to
veiled threats to simply
withdraw those breadbasket
items from the local market
until more equitable selling
prices were approved by the
Prices Commission.
Commission chairman
Neville Adderley told a press
conference this morning that
the Commission has been
working for a long time to
develop a system to keep'
constant watch on merchants'
costs with a view to making
monthly revisions' wherever
changes were justified.
That system is practically
complete now, he said.
Computer programming is
being prepared, and the
checking system should be
operational "this month."
He made it clear, however,
that the disclosure should not
lead to public expectation of
automatic month revisions of
controlled prices.
Changes would be uidec in
the controlled prices, upward

Soda ris
MR. COLIN Wells, general
manager of Coca Cola
Bottling Company, today
denied reports that as of
Tuesday this week his
company had increased the
price of their sodas to five
dollars a case and the retail
charge to 40 cents per can.
Mr. Wells said ne would


NEVILLE ADDERLEY

or downward, he said, only movements would not
when price movements necessarily occur every month,
warranted change. Such he said.

e reports denied


like to make it known to the
public that there has been no
increase in the sodas which
are placed in their 500
vending machines throughout
the island. The sodas he said
are still priced between 25
and 30 cents per can.
Mr. Wells did admit though
that there has been an


increase on their wnoiesate
codas by 20 cents a case,
which is less than one penny
per can.
The reason for this
increase, he said, was because
of the tremendous increase
on the pribe of aluminum
cans imported by his
company from the United
States.


police spotted two crew
members taking the four
ashore in a small boat.
The Border Patrol
spokesman said each of the
refugees had paid from $300 to
$600 for the trip aboard the
Vagabond, and that all the
Haitians had been living in the
Bahamas for some time
The four Vagabond
crewmen were also suspected
of involvement in the illegal
entry into the U.S of 11
Haitians about two weeks ago,
the Herald reported.


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-Gunmen--

get

$25,000

in bank

raid


stops the


HANGING: NO MERCY


PLEA TO THE QUEEN


DEFENCE lawyers for two
youths ordered to be executed
at the Fox Hill Prison next
Tuesday feel they have
exhausted all possibilities as to
appeal under the new
constitution.
Attorney Lawrence P. J.
Trenchard who represented
convicted murder accused
Wendell "Red" Burrows, 25,
during his trial with Philip
"Polka" Humes today stated
that the defence had done all it
could to win pardon for the
two youths found guilty of the
September 5, 1972, shooting
of Ramond Barry Major.
Humes was represented by
attorney David C. Bethel.
The defence had considered
making a direct appeal to the


Queen and had also made
definite inquiries into it,
attorney Trenchard said.
However, the lawyers felt
that under the new
constitution it could not be
done.
i he decision that the case
involving the two "is not a
proper one to exercise the
prerogative of mercy" by the
Minister of Home Affairs,
Darrell E. Rolle, is being
opposed by a local youth
organisation.
Kemp Road Youth For
Action delegates to the
National Youth Congress are
tonight expected to move for
the N.Y.C. to adopt a stand
"radically opposed to


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Government's recent decision
to kill" the two men.
The delegates, who term
themselves "The Committee on
Human Rights and Justice"
were today granted permission
by the Commissioner of Police
to hold a demonstration in
Parliament Square between
Friday and next week
Wednesday.
The demonstration is to
symbolise the death of human
rights in the Bahamas, a
spokesman for the committee
said.
The committee yesterday
charged that the decision to
hang the two men raised
"serious questions of political
morality."


Plans made early in year,


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SIX AMERICANS arrested
at Little Sturrup Cay on April
12 began making secret plans
early in the year at Tampa,
Florida, Travel Lodge Motel
Solicitor General T. Langton
Hilton asserted in his closing
address to the $15 million
hashish trial jury today.
Mr Hilton, whose address
continued with the resumption
of court after the luncheon
adjournment, called on the
jury to accept prosecution
evidence which was led against
accused "Sea Trader" Captain
Terry H. Daniels and his five
other crew-men co-accused.
Daniels, 35, is jointly
charged with cook Eddie
Edwards, Louis Tomiselli,
Richard Bennett, Arnold
Zuckerman and Jack Kubatz
who ended his testimony
yesterday.
The six are represented by
Hon. Eugene Dupuch. Q.C. and
attorney Keith M. Duncombe.
Mr Hilton asserted that the
jury should disbelieve defence
evidence that Tomiselli was
solely responsible for the 50
sacks of hashish being aboard
the "Sea Trader" when
Customs and Police officers
searched it at Little Sturrup
Cay.
He said there was no room
to doubt that Daniels knew of
the hashish shipment aboard
his freighter and also stated
that it is interesting that a


ial told

person ot Daniel's intelligence
and ability is unable to say
who is paying his legal fees.
He said that Tomiselli
testified that he transported
the hashish in six taxi-cabs
from Morocco after purchasing
it for $210,000.
That was a lot of money and
one can reasonably conclude
that all of it did not belong to
Tomiselli, he charged.
He also said that if the
hashish was transported in six
cars, then "Tomiselli was in
one of them and the five co-
accused in the others."
He said it was a fact that


there were 50 bags of hashish
aboard the ship when it left
Ceuta, Spain. The drug was a
more lucrative cargo than the
ordinary type he said and as
such, was of more benefit to
the ship's owner, Richard
Wallace.
He also queried why the
six met with Wallace in Tamrpa
and alse, why he had to fly to
Ceuta.
The trial, already in its third
week before Mr. Justice James
Smith is expected to end
sometime Thursday.
The defence is expected to
address the jury tomorrow.


NIXON TO RESIGN'
PROVIDENCE, R.I. President Nixon has made an
"irrevocable" decision to resign, the Providence
Journal-Bulletin said today.
The newspaper quoted "a reliable sore close to the
president" as saying Mr. Nixon "has come to the conmelmi
that the national interest may best be served by his
resignation, irrespective of the massive injustice committed
against him that prompted his painful decision on his part."
The source said: "I can tell you that the decision is
irrevocable."
The decision was reached very recently, after "great
anguish." A few people closest to the president were
informed of the decision this morning, the Journal-Bulletin
said.
Vice President Gerald Ford was apparently among those
informed of the decision, the paper reported.
The report was filed by the paper's Washington Bureau.
The Journal=Bulletin won a Pulitzer prize this year for
publishing early disclosures on the President's taxes.
See stories in pages 2 and 3


VICTOR STORR
$1,000 reward
By Elliston Rahming
THE CANADIAN Imperial
Bank of Commerce on East
Bay was robbed of about
$25,000 yesterday by two
gunmen, one of whom is said
definitely to have been
escaped prisoner Victor Storr
the object of an island-wide
search by police.
At about 2:50 p.m.
yesterday, just before the
bank closed, two re-
volver-toting men walked
into the bank and shouted:
"This is a hold up."
One of the gunmen,
according to a bank
spokesman, was masked with
a stocking; the other, who
was recognized as Storr, was
unmasked.
They ordered all bank
employees (except the
manager) and customers to go
to the bank's kitchen, which
is to the back of the bank.
Storr's accomplice ac-
companied them to the
kitchen while Storr stayed to
the front of the bank holding
the gun on the bank's
manager, T. M. Forde.
According to the manager,
the robber passed him a
pillow case and ordered him
to fill it. The manager obeyed
the gunman's order and
returned the case to him'
containing "about $25,000
and not $100,000 as was
stated in the Guardian," the
manager said.
The manager was then
ordered by the gunman to go
to the kitchen where the
employees and customers had
been shepherded.
When he arrived in the
kitchen, the other gunman,
who was hokling the 18
employees and seven
customers instructed them
not to move. The gunman
came out of the kitchen and
he and Storr made a
successful getaway.
Bank employees confirmed
today that the unmasked
gunman was definitely the
escaped prisoner Victor Storr.
In view of the fact that
bank employees were in the
kitchen when the robbers left
the bank, it could not be
determined by police whether
the bandits left on foot, by
car or by motorcycle.
Meanwhile, a reward of
$1,000 has been offered by
the police to anyone who can
give information leading to
the capture of Storr.
On Tuesday of last week,
the People's Penny Savings
Bank on Market St. was hit
by a gunman who informed
bank employees that he was
Victor Storr and that he
would kill any police who
came after him. He got away
from the Penny Bank with
about $4,800.
Police description of
wanted convict Victor Stprr:
5 feet 8 inches in height, slim.
dark complexioned with
brown eyes, a blunt nose and
a small scar near his left
eyebrow. He is armed and
dangerous.
SEA SEARCH
SAN JUAN The U.S.
Coast Guard was searching
again for a 17-foot fishing boat
with two persons aboard south
of Caicos island in the
Bahamas. At least eight
helicopters and rescue planes
will participate in the search,
according to a spokesman.
BASRA MEETING
THE REGULAR meeting of
BASRA members normally
scheduled for tonight has been
cancelled. The next meeting
will be in the first week of
September.


DR.
Rotary


JOHN A. WATTS,
Governor of District


404 one of the largest in
Rotary arrives in Nassau
tomorrow evening for an
official visit to the Rotary
clubs in the Bahamas.
The three Nassau clubs are
to hold a joint function on
Saturday evening at the Flagler
Inn, when Dr. Watts, a
Grenadian, is expected to make
an official address.
A practising dentist, Dr.
Watts now resides at Port of
Spain. Trinidad. He has been
an administrative advisor to


Rotary International and has
also been board chairman for
two consecutive terms of the
Caribbean Tourist Association.
Dr. Watts arrives aboard an
Air Jamaica flight tomorrow at
6 p.m.
District 404, of which the
Bahamas was made a part last
years, stretch from French
Guyana in the south to the
Bahamas in the north an area
of 3,000 miles and includes
21 different countries and
territories. "It is multi-national,
including French, British, Dutch
and American influences. It is


multi-lingual, multi-racial and
multi-cultural ... in fact, a mini
Rotary International," said one
Rotarian.
Some of the countries in the
district include Jamaica, Haiti,
Barbados, Antigua,
Guadeloupe, Dominica,
Martinique, Guyana, Grand
Cayman, Virgin Islands,
Trinidad and Tobago, St.
Vincent and Tortola.
The Freeport Rotary clubs
are not part of this district but
a part of District 699, which
embraces the Miami area.


Surcharge to blame for bills
A MARKED difference were left with the impression whole quarter's cons
between fuel surcharges on that the surcharge was must be billed at the p
electricity bills made before applicable only to meter 31 rate.
and after July I has many readings taken after July 1. As a result,
consumers confused and even They wondered, too, where second-quarter bills bt
suspicious that their rates have this two cent increase in the pre-June 30 meter
been increased again, but this surcharge came from. could carry only the
time without prior notice. They failed to recall Mr. surcharge.
"Not so," said Bahamas Bowe's April 3 communication
Electricity Corporation deputy in the House of Assembly, On the other hand
general manager Peter I. Bethel when he served notice that due read after July


The confusion has
apparently arisen from the
public's short memory which
has lost sight of Works and
Utilities Minister Simeon L
Bowe's April 3 announcement
of the surcharge increase, and
partly from BEC billing
regulations that make
simultaneous application of the
new surcharge of all consumers
impossible.
The confusion began when
consumers began receiving
their bills for the second
quarter. It was noticed that
bills based on meter readings
taken before the end of June
carried only a one-cent fuel
surcharge, while on those bills
based on post-July 1 readings
the surcharge was up to three
cents per unit consun *-i-
Consumers querying BEC
accounts department personnel


to spiralling fuel costs the
Cabinet had been obliged to
approve a two-cent addition to
the existing one-cent fuel
surcharge.
The new, three-cent
surcharge was, theoretically,
effective for all meter readings
after March 3 1.
Mr. Bethel explained today,
however, that it was not quite
that simple.
Those meters read around
the end of June for the second
quarter billing, he said, had last
been read in the latter days of
Mrach. Part of the second
quarter consumption was,
therefore, before the new
surcharge took effect March.
31. As BEC could have O way
of determining how tuag~
electricity was consum2t,.
before March 31 and hotw
much after, Mr. Batht said
regulations require that tt


umption
re-March

those
bsed on
readings
one-cent

I, meters
1 for


second-quarter billing had last
been read after April I. All
consumption on those meters
was after the new surcharge
took effect March 31, and
could therefore carry the full
three-cent surcharge.
"It does effect some people
before others," Mr. Bethel tol4
The Tribune, "but there is oa
other way we can do It." Th
regulations "do not permW*
any other approach to t
problem.


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ISLAND PROTEST

BRIDGETOWN The
Government of Prime Minister
Errol Barrow of Barbados is
involved in protests over
changes in the island nation's
constitution. If agreed on, the
amendments would be the first
since the island gained
independence in 1966.


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Happy-to-be-home smiles and souvenir
shirts of the British Royal Navy commando
ship, HMS Hermes for (from left) Stephen
(11). Katie (6) and James Cotterill (10) on
their arrival at the Royal Air Force base at
Brize Norton, England. after being flown from
war-torn Cyprus where they had been on
holiday in Kyrenia. The family had been


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rescued from the now tamous "Six mile
beach" by helicopters of the Hermes.
Wessex helicopters picked up 1,550 people
from the strip of beach in a 12-hour operation
that brought the total of tourists and other
civilians brought to safety by British soldiers,
sailors and airmen to over 7,000 people of 40
different nationalities.


Turks

launch

new attacks

VASSILIA, Cyprus -
Turkish infantrymen
launched fresh attacks behind
a continuing artillery barrage
along Cyprus' northern coast
today as Greek Cypriot
troops pulled back without
firing a shot and dragging
their wounded with them.
"Our Greek officers told
us not to fight back," said a
tall, unshaven National
Guardsman, as he stood with
western newsmen and
watched shellfire bursting
amidst the hotels and holiday
homes of Vassilia.
The new attacks were a
continuation of Turkish
attacks that began 24 hours
earlier against the two nearby
major population centres of
Lapithos and Karavas.


Libya of plot
UIRO Egyp',;an though we will be patient."
lent Anwar S.dat has In a passage that seemed
;ed Libya with plotting to aimed squarely at Khadafy,
up unrest in Egypt and Sadat said, "I am still hoping
sinate a prominent writer, that you realize before it is too
also disclosed Egypt was late Egypt will not buckle to
to return to Libya an any pressure, financial or
closed number of Mirage otherwise even if we have to go
t fighters borrowed during without food or clothing.
)ctober's war. Political analysts saw Sadat's
ie official Middle East message as another sign of the
agency distributed for sharp decline in relations
se Wednesday a 1,000 between the two neighboring
message it said Sadat Arab countries,, liut the\
sent to Libyan leader Col. added Sadat' ,h ttI t, iWtun 1
nmar Khadafy and the I the Mirages could be regarded
members of the ruling as conciliatory. A Beirut
lutionary command newspaper said Libya planned
cil July 3 1. to publicly announce tie icts
dat warned that Libya's were being dcl.tined bv t)lice.


attitude toward l-gypt could
lead to "dangerous
consequences." There was no
elaboration but he added. "we
will not keep silent for long


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Kissinger gets


the all-clear


WASHINGTON I S
Secretary of State IHIcry
Kissinger. who had threitene.l
to resign because of
controversy over his role in
wiretapping. was given a clean
bill of health Tuesday by the
Senate Foreign Relations
Committee.
The committee agreed that
Kissinger had not lied when he
said last year that his only role
in the wiretapping of newsmen
and government officials was
to supply names of national
security staff members with
access to information of the
type being leaked to reporters.
In an emotional news
conference in Sal/burg,
Austria, last month, Kissinger
said he would resign unless his
name was cleared. The
statement was made as he
prepared to accompany
President Nixon on a tour of
the Middle East.
"Had we known last
September what we know now,
we still would have confirmed
Kissinger," Senator J. W.
Fulbright, chairman of the
committee, told newsmen.
Fulbright said he is
convinced Kissinger had no
role in initiating the
wiretapping, which the Nixon
administration says was used to
find the source of leaks of
classified in format ion.
Fullbright said the
committee's reaffirmation of
support for Kissinger the
chairman would not call it a


"clean bill of health" was by
unanimous vote.
And, he added, the
endorsement of Kissinger does
not mean the committee
endorses the wiretapping
programme. "I personally do
not approve of it and I don't
think the committee does,"
Fulbright said.
Evidence submitted to the
House Judiciary Committee's
impeachment inquiry indicated
that J. Edgar Hoover, the late
Federal Bureau of Investigation
director, on three occasions
cited Kissinger as the direct
authority for wiretapping.
But during his own
confirmation hearings before
the Foreign Relations
Committee last September,
Kissinger denied under oath
that he ever directly authorized
any wiretaps placed on 13
government officials and four
newsmen in 1969 and 1970.
President Nixon wrote the
committee that Kissinger's
testimony was correct, and
added:
'I wish to affirm
categorically that Secretary
Kissinger and others involved
in various aspects of this


investigation
under my
and were
expressed
After
reopened
Fulbright
aroused b
tempest in


on were operating
specific authority
carrying out my
orders."
his committee
the investigation,
called the stir
)y news reports "a
a teapot.'


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ASHINGTON President President Nixon would slow
n's closest aide, White the process of east-west
e Chief of Staff Alexander detente.
laig jr., held a private, Allied diplomats, questioned
long meeting with Vice after Nixon's admission that he
dent Gerald R. Ford today had withheld Watergate
mands mounted for Nixon material from congressional
ign. investigators and his own
ke meeting in Ford's office attorneys, saidthe inauguration
requested by Haig, said of a new President could end
's press secretary, Paul the current uncertainties over
Ch. American intentions in world
Iticht said the two men diplomacy trade, fiscal
hanged views on the management and defence
nt situation" but refused policy.
borate, saying, "that's all The officials refused to be
aborate, saying, "that'ous all identified by name, saying

rlier, White House sources they didn't want to intervene
towledged that a personally in American
dential resignation remains domestic affairs.
sibility. But they agreed that the
siboiiy. western alliance urgently needs
ashington Post reporters vigorous leadership from an
dward reprnsortein and Bobmean- American President who is
dward >eod secure in his job.
, that "there are guarded s eure y mems jober of one
ments and_ reluctant European government said
irmatiorls aenerallv in the most west European
restrained language, that government leaders and their
President is under great ambassadors in Washington
hological strain." have long considered it
iey quoted one source as unlikely that Nixon would
g: "I don't mean to be finish out his term.
list, and it has to be said "The major question we are
ately,: but the President facing is just how long Mr.
not listen to anyone, not Nixon can survive the pressures
listen ... he's serene, I'd on him," the informant said.
serene, but not in touch "We shall be more than
reality." relieved when present
toward and Bernstein uncertainties end one way or
the source had first-hand the other."
'ledge of the President's Although the ambassador of
. one East European country
Le end of the Nixon said detente could continue
dency would have a without Nixon, the
ly positive effect on the communists indicated the
ern alliance, allied transition of power to another
mats said privately in American President would only
on. Communist complicate the detente process.
The East European
terparts forecast the Ambassador contradicted
nation or impeachment of predictions that the downfall


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PARTS OF Austraia were
hit by gasoline rationing,
today for the first time since
Worm War Two, following a,
strike of truck drivers who
deliver from refineries.
A BOMB explosion in a
Los Angeles International
airport terminal building
yesterday killed four persons
and injured 29 others, some
critically.

WAVES of Israeli
warplanes bombed and
strafed the eastern slopes of
Mount Hermon in South
Lebanon today.

MARGARET Whitlam,
wife of Australia's Prime
Minister, says she doesn't
believe the myth that
Australian women always
look young. "We don't look
after our skin and hair
carefully enough and sit in
the sun a lot."




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"Don't make the mistake of
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the ambassador said.
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American affairs was the result
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Soviet Politburo and therefore
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Four on bomb

charges
OXFORD Police arrested
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Police headquarters were
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four were charged in
connection with explosions in
Oxford over the last two years.
The arrests in Oxford, 50
miles west of London,
followed a string of arrests in
the Midlands industrial city of
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gross domestic product
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1973. The Bank of Jamaica
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THE TRIBUNE - Wednesday, August 7, 1974
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NULUus AmDICrus JURARE IN VERBA MAGSTRI
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, PubliAher/Editor 1903 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt.. LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributing Editor 1972. -
EILELt' ." ,- ', ON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publider/Editor 1972 -

IEDITORIAL


Not Servan...my friend


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
NASSAU, June 3:- We are now back in Nassau at the end of
another experiment in human development.
The responsibility of helping to shape a young mind and
channel it in wholesome directions is one of the greatest
experiences in human relations. It can he a joyful experience
I have always felt that nearly every child is impressionable for
good. But ... like marriage ... this is something that must be
worked at every moment of the day and given serious thought far
into the deep reaches of the night.
It has been said that marriage is like a business. You collect
dividends in proportion to the effort you put into the business of
two people living together and raising a family.
This is also true of children. Some children, unfortunately, arce
born with mental or physical defects or they have a scaring
experience early in life that might raise a psychological burieri
that you are unable to penetrate, but, given a normal ,child. a
parent can be a great help in moulding his or her character
and in channeling his activities in a wholesome direction.
We had six children to whom my wife and I gave the best yeins
of our youth. We made some mistakes in dealing with them ...
and we now know how, when and where this happened.
But the Roman Catholic Church feels that ... it is in the list
seven years of a child's life that the foundation is laid. A child
miight stray later in life but, if a good foundation has been laid.
the chances are that the stray ... like the parable of Jesus and
the lost lamb and the story o! the Prodigal Son ... will return it
the fold, not too much worse off for having strayed.

Social workers who are close to the drug scene in thie 1U.S. will
tell \,on that this is a lost generation because by the time that thei
children of the nation have reached the eighth grade 85 per cent
vf them have had some experience with drugs.
An, ilhel Creatl destroyer of youth in the -U.S. ... and ,ar t ci ,,iud
its borders ... has been a certain medical author with his books onl
child psychology and child rearing. Hie told mothers that they
should give their children free rein, let them have free expression
)f their natural emotions. And so. to curb their emotiotns,
would create in them areas of lesentimenl that might take ;i
destnrcilve fornn in later life.
Il'i is nionsence. The record u, crminiirals show thl' tihev :iie
cihecr thie product of broken homes or homes in which children
were surrounded with all the human comforts and advantages buti
in which the parents were too busy with their social political o:
business pursuits to give their children the thing most needed by
them in life .. and that is parental lore and discipline.
Why ... even the animals in the forest know that there are times
when a young one needs to be disciplined.
You see pictures on thdie screen of animal behaviour in the
ol)e:;l. A lioness will play with her cubs ... she will teach them the
loie of thie forest ... but every liime one oft them makes a ,iiusrake
it is given a sharp cuff that sends it sprawling over the ground.
[nder the thin veneer of the skin we are only aninials
ourselves. And so there are rules in human behaviour that cannot
be too far removed from the jungle.

It is really remarkable that, with all the millions and billions
and trillions of people who have walked this earth everyone has ;a
di feie tingerpnrit.
How is this possible in such a small area of the luiian
anatomyy?
I doi't know and I don't think anyone else knows but llthis
is .1 re-,markahle fact of divine creation.
It is not only in their fingerprints that no two people are alike
I find it interesting to watch people on the streets.
Look ;::to a great crowd of pe ple pushing their way imo tile
future and you will see that everyone of them has a dit'tfcint
facial expression and a different gait. Sometimes tile diflfrence is
not easy to detect but it is there in a line in a face or a ioek i ai
liip.
Sitting behind a bald-headed mnan in a bus in Poilugal thile oilhei
da' I pointed out to my wife that he had two deep wrinkles
running ... from back to front ... across the top of his scalp.
A child is bom without wrinkles. Tihe wrinkles in a person's
face are carved by lime and experiences that cause a person to
react to his surroundings. But how does a man cut deep w inkle::
in his scalp'?

All this is -r say that any parent who tries lto raise his child by
the book is a fool.
Every child is a special case ... and the only way to help a child
is to get close enough to him to be able to form a fairly acc iillte
appraisal of his talents and his psychological reactions to
situations that develop in daily life' not forgetting to cuff him
where he gets out of line.
A child doesn't resent punishment if it is laced with a large
measure of love. There are children who feel tiat they are being
neglected if they are not cuffed from time to time.
There are children, of course. 'vhto have such even
temperaments that they go through life without needing imuheli
if any stem handling hut to hold the strap from a rebellion,
spirit you realize later in life how true it is that when you spare


the rod you spoil a child.
Now we are trying to help in shaping the characters of our
grandchildren ... at least tihe ten who are with us here in Nassau
Three in Canada cannot come under our influence.
And ... like our six ... they are all different. Each one of them
is a special case.
What we learned about Graham on this trip was his deep love
for animals and his great capacity for friendship. He wasn't easy
to handle because lie has a completely independent spitt and
kept straying away.
We learned this about him when he was only seven years old.
In 1970 we took the three boys ... Ollic, Etienne III and Grahami
to Europe. especially to see the Passion Play that is staged once
every 10 years at Oberarmagau in Germany to which thousands of
people flock from all over the world.
On this trip we visited several cities in Europe. We lost him one
day in London. We were being taken on a conducted tour of the
Houses of Parliament when we missed him. After a frantic search
we found him wandering in the crowds in Parliament Square.
On this trip around the world lie was consianitl sij iu Wi .
lost him briefly iin San Francisco Then he was gone toi .i l oniL I
time when we took him to a zoo in Honolulu I found hliin i a
pen with guinea pigs. He had two of the tin ajimiils in hls a rins
and an audience had gathered outside lthe pen
He got out of sight in a park in Tukyo and when we lound Inm
lie was sitting calmly on a bench with a pigeon in Ins ajr-i Hie
had caught the pigeon and was talking to it When lie in.ills lei
Ihe bird go it didn't fly away. It just stood there looking up in Ilis
face as though it wanted more snuggling
While we were looking at a villa in Portugal lie stra)ed awa%




SMEARED I


B3 Donali l d o'Mli'tir
WASllin ; N,"I( t house
Republicans who liad ied
President Nixon's defense
called for him to resign or face
certain impeachment, but the
embattled chief executive
vowed Tuesday he would tight
to remain in office.
As they emerged from
the 90-minute meeting with the
President. Cabinet inermbers
quoted him as sayi-ig he
"intends to stay on .n. .i
the constitution to I tihe
overriding actor "
But by midday his .iuplott
had evaporated in tlte tlb s ,t
Representatives, where s i\)tr
on impeachment is clchdil rd
before the end ol ,\iiguit
All t I1 Ilouse' .ltiJ ii v
committee e ReHpu hiian ,iii i'
were the Priesid nlci' lia Ih ,:-'
defenders said il i. J ln !
resign they iould suppotii. l i
impeachment aitnc i.i;i n
obstruction of juiii.si.t
I he tidal wave thiat s -p;
away the last Il(Cdet1C! hI t',IW i
averting inipeachlienlt 1 it i
Hliouse was generated ,\ \\ ,
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good reason to believe the
President might resign," Griffin
told newsmen.
In explaining his feelings
about immunity legislation,
Griffin said, "the offenses I'
mean, the alleged of tenses
with which he (Nixon) is
charged may not be so serious
that people want to see a
.former president in jail."
Sen. dlloyd Bentsen,
(D-Tex.). said he plans to
introduce a bill to provide for
payment of the President',
legal fees for his impeachment
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con tempt of Congress for his
retlsal t1o give the judiciary
S( in 11 I I e e idence it
sCteiii inded.
Most iHouse members who
'aid the ness evidence had
toned them to chlan'-e e'-ir
positini ,nd support Article 1I
)oupl' ii Aith a plea to \ixon

k.'p (Chailes W. Sandman
S I )-\ JI said he hoped
Ni In iwsould ''act with
JdisPatch' Ito resign "Mly view
iro Is li, ( Hlouse) vote will be
p i' i ll\ ii inlanimi ous "
Hut tion thlle Nixon Cabinet
.iiicn rcli ied word that the
ihic urci l tiCteasdint had no
n1 t Iii'nln usl I I a% in: office

Il I reside nt sincerely
bcheic.'s lic has not committed
an impeach,ible oftense." said
I re,,suiy Secretary William E.
Stimin. "lie also believes the
Consrrit i it on provides for a
p!oc's,, ,lihat should, indeed, be
ti rr;itdinig
SecreCtjry of State lHenry A.
KItssini'l i e'iin'rging trom the
n it''!, iold newsmen "no
lii .'i''t! s1V)\erirn te'ii should
issitn t"' t ltithil irahlittironal
ip.irl iin,,l i supp))oriti \ir iei icani
Ioirir' n po ;li\ lhud b'en altered
!,\ \\ i ltir.il e
s i.iim'n r i' l Ih ih' tleh
P'resId'rlni tlidn't ask for
'\pil',sstins of support, he got

\e \ c ot' i't a counitr\ to
tilln, said Siiuon -r.et's not
h;atc this tragedy obscure the
I. i ithaIr ie h. tie !tnoi i)f


determined people at we ,"on
national problems including
the economy
Asked it an) Cabinet
members indicated a desire to
quit. Labour Secretary Peter J
Brennan said:
"Everybody's staying on
1 hey've got a h b to do.
Nixon suntinlioned t lin-
Cabinet to the White House on
short notice I tuesday as the
reaction to his surprise
disclosures the dati before
pushed him to the worst crisis
of presidency.
As Nixon had anticiapted in
his Monday statement. "a
House vote of impeachment is.
ais a practical matter. virtually a
foregone conclusion"
But there also were
significant r defections by
Senate Republicans
Sen. Peter Dominick,
(R-('olo.i, urged Nixon to
reconsider his refusal to resign.
'From the party point of
view. he'd be better oft: from
his point of view he'd be better
off." said Dominick
Sen. Robert P. Griffin ot
Michigan. assistant Republican
leader, who had called for
Nixon's resignation on Monday
before the latest disclosures.
said tuesday he wAas
considering ottering legislation
to grant the President
immunity I roi criminal
prosecution once lie tlea\cs
office.
"'i have no basis for soi
saying, hut I still ihink there is


U.S. PRESIDENTIAL SUCCESSION


W'AStHINGTON I t Vice
Prtt siceni (,'ranld R Ford
should repirae President
Ni'on as chief executive,
Ford col rid nominate
someone to replace him aw
Vice President.
The 25th amendment to
the Constitutioni, ratified in
1967. specifies that the Vice
President shall succeed to ihe
Presidency "in case ,of
removal of tlie President! front
office or ot his death or
resignation
"Whenever thern is a
vacancyy in the office of the
Since President, the President
still nominate a Vice


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it "* in
We didn't li\e i in t''. tli o tihe lightly to Nassiu when we
amIed ii Miani Siltii I \ r1 nilt !i seemed J.s tIhoiugh we !night be
delay ed to' :i a. \ l 'i 'n t'i' li c ie i hat! plinulid.
"It i:i cl i' i t o.c ,it:t '!ti\esl .1 l.i\ ." I said to mll w ife.
"Yes it will.'" (i, .ill.tin S;p|' ti up. I lie prgeolns have hatched
outl ai d i I liihve lt '! l itme in help tlie babies toi leain how to
11\ -
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hinllv wilthi ih l'iin il and \\cmi swraighlit to e backyard to
check rip ,'n his n\in lillit !aiilll\.
"M\\ bhCsI ho ,\ ()<,0 li, I ,' o )' Sti i! lhie cage." lie told im e oile
d;i\. i coild c i it I Ini lih seems s 5, i,,'i witllh his freedom
11111 I w ill 1 i iiim ,tit I I \ tis rs I 'u ii \ ."u s
BUlt one oi I llie icI 'lie i' ici i!s ti n tHine li p fot urs was when we
lSiiid onii i he people liC ,iCsOl .kitUny l Is best frneinds.
Scvie l i ttirnies s liiiiim l ii' i li i e I iked ibout HI Fleanor and Mrs.
Btw i,. lie calls I it, lei, hi\ iici liit n.iime lbu Mis. Brown is an
Oitlc' wOs ,Oli.iri ; : !J t 'sli' ,is \1 it l Sii \n ID .ill 't us.
I lic.ii'w oi \l i in i .is 'li ',iN li ,r \ sin 's laminl\ soi nearly 14
'n s sw im d i .' . 'i'\\ w cks leti l el est ciilld was
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c'hl r illl t! i all Is lcd tl i l, i'.
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thie eKal mnohliiel tc [ Hic-e li i en sti.ns lip Ithe children when
they gc out o i lin, Ili'H pia ent s ,siuppo1 l llem in ihisaction ...
and Ithe sc li dlicn lI\I lhliln, i ,i [i
Thie Poii it ness' 1 sin tiw n' ih utiil til \work ill silver brooches it'
mnIII de. si.'i!s
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lie "pil ou do.i l .ld dXlJIi, ileis- !,in w
g( I get a pi's-'il ir .t I I'.o'lt ,oitnd M s. Biown"''". ( alilani
asked. It's ;il\i% \ I ; l .ii ,,Id \ ihis h iiwn because Fleanoi was
there ei first
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Aftel \'c ii eliciic I NC'i d I hA.il wC w lted o'i 1 the girls I 1 111inided
my wife ilhatl \c must ul .*,1,1. i ,:' i (ir ilaiai's servants. I had
tlori ttlle litlh nainics 'I Ii lilc ioil ilnt and so I referred to them
as servants".
"Tlhe are int nri' seisv.inlts.'" (I:!lihal said reproachfully. They
arle rui' i'ris oi/
"'What can I ,get lo iicthi. hcik askedd afltci putting me firmly in
my place
"'You ca.n have .uithmlin, ou witnt foi you'r friends." I told

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. in \ 1 il 1 'j! ,l .% .1 .1 1 11,
I d lln I kn.w li.rt t..il.i'', will dI iII Ise but I do know now
l1.i lr l .iis .1 ni.iuire lil.i i ...pa.be >I| d m0ing srolnetn :'."g vers fine
til aiiin ils i.nid pei'1pl


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President who shall take
office upon confirmation by
a majority 'ote of both
Houses of Congress," the
Article says. Ford became tihe
first Vice President named in
this fashion after Spiro T.
Agnew resigned.
The Senate parliamentani.
a n's office said the
amendment means Ford
couid a;so name a Vice
President if he became
President.


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US want
fish rules,
may seek
unilateral
action
By Nigel Cumberbatch
CARACAS, VENEZUELA
Two U.S. Senators Tuesday
called for urgent international
rules on fisheries and warned
that otherwise the United
States may turn to unilateral
action to protect American
fishermen from foreign
competition.
Sen. Edmund Muskie, a
Maine Democrat, and Sen. Ted
Stevens, an Alaska Republican.
told a news conference here
that the fisheries issue was of
prime importance for the
United States both at home
and at the third United Nations
Conference on the Law of the
Sea. Muskie and Stevens are
among a group of U.S.
Senators observing the
ten-week Law of the Sea
Conference which opened here
last June 20.
"The fisheries question is
the most urgent question" for
the United States, said Sen.
Muskie, explaining that he is
here to convey "this feeling of
urgency in the U.S. Congress
about protecting our fisheries
off our coasts."
Commenting on a U.S.
Senate bill to establish a
200-mile economic zone to
protect U.S. fishermen from
foreign competition, Muskie
said "1 do not favour unilateral
action. I do not think of it as a
permanent solution."
"But, I think that in the
interest of advancing the case
of our coastal fisheries,
probably it is essential," said
Muskie, adding, "at this point,
we are communicating that
sense of urgency" to other
delegations participating in the
Law of the Sea Conference.
On the other hand. Sen.
Stevens said that the United
States i'ish industry has
suffered a great deal as a result
of Japanese, Russian and
Korean fleets fishing in the
high seas for such migratory
fish as the salmon.
"The future of the salmon is
the most pressing issue for the
United States," said Sen.
Stevens, indicating that
measures must be taken soon
to put an end to this type of
fishing.
He also pointed out that
"the high cost of fuel" may
bring an end to distant-water
fishing by such countries as
Japan.
In a chat with newsmen on
Monday, Sen. Claiborne Pell. a
Rhode Island Democrat,
expressed "concern over the
well-being of our fishermen
who are seeing, before their
eyes, their fish being
vacuumed." (AP)

By The Associated press
TODAY is Wednesday,
August 7th, the 219th day of
1974. There are 146 days left
in the year.
Highlights in history on this
date:
1973 In a second bombing
mistake in 24 hours, a U.S.
fighter-bomber strikes a
government-held village, killing
eight and wounding 16.
1972 South Vietnamese
militamen fight off waves of
Communist infantry in
northern South Vietnam.
1971 Three Apollo 15
astronauts splash down in
Pacific Ocean after their Moon
landing.
1970 Ninety-day
cease-fire goes into effect along
the Suez Canal.
1967 Richard Nixon wins


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the Republican Party
nomination for President of
the United States: Arab
merchants go on strike in the
old city area of Jerusalem to
protest Israel's annexation of
the old quarter from Jordon.
1964 People's Republic of
the Congo is inaugurated;
Turkish air force jet fighter
planes attack Greek Cypriot
positions on Cyprus.
1959 Communist Chinese
invade northeast frontier
province of India; Russia
increases its aid to Hungary.
1957 A. U.S. grand jury in
New York indicts Colonel
Rudolf Abel as a Soviet spy.
1951 U.S. Congress rejects
Russian proposal for agreement
on arms and atomic weapons,
advidng Soviets first to honour


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DOG FOOD
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A


Rico Simma
appointed

MR. R. H. (Bobby)
Symonette, chairman and
H director of Burns House
Limited, has announced the.
appointment of Mr. Edael
Rico Simms (pictured) as a
director of that company.
Mr. Simms, 35, was earlier
this year named vice
president in charge of
finance. He started his
accounting career with Bunms
House in 1963 when he
joined the company as a
senior bookkeeper.
He is a member of the
American Management
Society, a member of the
Bahamas Chamber of
Commerce and treasurer of
the West Nassau Rotary Club,
Other members of the
board of Burns House
Limited are Messrs. Bradley.
B. Roberts, president; James
B. Robertson, vice president;
Robert Albert, Hilton F.
Dinner and W. E. Barnes.
Bpmrns House Limited is a
multi-million dollar
S- subsidiary of General
Bahamian Compan4es
Limited.
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NEW YORK First it was
Monday night football, then
Monday, night baseball, now
it's Monday night ITCs to the
Soviet Union.
An ITC is an "inausive tour
charter," a type ,f WAirter
travel arrangement which
requires no prior memb6tihip
in an organization, nor full
payment of costs months
before departure. ITC travel is
open to all travellers and
arrangements must be made
through travel agents.
In the case of Pan American
World Airways' ITCs to the
Soviet Union, the aircraft are
chartered to General Tours of
New York, a leader in
developing tourism to the
Soviet Union since mass travel
to the Soviet Union from the
United States began to flourish
more than a decade ago.
The one-week trips to
Moscow depart on Monday
evenings from Pan Am's
Wogldport terminal in New
York. The cost, including the
flights, three daily meals,
theater tickets in Moscow and
Leningrad. daily "-ht-seeing
programmers, the services of a
full time guide and hotel
accommodations with private
bath, is $499. The first
departure is scheduled for
November 4.
General Tours stresses that
its previous programmes to the
Soviet Union have been heavily
booked months in advance and
advises interested travellers to
contact travel agents for
further information and
reservations.
Top people in


panel discussion
The Nassau Jaycees are
sponsoring a panel discussion
on "The Uprising of Crime
and its Solution in the
Bahamas" and the regent
passage in Parliament of The
Emergency Powers Act,
which will be held tomorrow
at 8.30 p.m. at the Stephen
Dillett Primary School on
Wulff Road.
Appearing on the panel
will be Attorney General and
Minister of External Affairs,
Senator Paul Adderley, who
is also government leader in
the SmSt. ,FN. ..M Sset
Henry BoitwIckzlser'ofw
Vanguard Movement, DIK
John MCrtiny; Brristeor
and former UBP leader
Geoffrey Johnstone and
magistrate Bmmanuuel
Osadebay.
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Per lb.


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T-BONE STEAK


U.S. CHOICE
TOP ROUND STEAK
U.S. CHOICE
SIRLOIN TIP ROAST


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FRESH
GROUND BEEF


.S. CHOICE


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Per Ib
per Ib

per Ib

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SPARE MIBS
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89C
OSCAR MAYER
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10 THE TRIBUNE *- Wednesday, August 7,1974


4 Deox AM



By Abigail Van Buren
a 1974 bi CMaI Tribne-N. Y. News SynN.. lIC.
DEAR ABBY: My husband, who has always been a bit of
a hypochondriac, is now on a vitamin kick.
He takes huge doses of vitamin C to "prevent colds. He
takes vitamin B3-complex in enormous quantities to "cure a
hangover." And now he's added massive doses of vitamin E
to "improve his sex life and prevent heart trouble."
Di .... -...n Rof vnur medical consultants if those


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She wonders if vitamins improve his hangovers and sex life


vitamins do what they claim they'll do.
I don't take anything and I'm in better shape than my
husband. ANTI-VITAMINS
DEAR ANTI: "Taking something" hims become a
popular national pastime. No one should intedmcen a foreign
substance into his body (vitamins included) without the
knowledge and approval of his physician.
Dr. Irvine H. Page, who has done exceedingly productive
research in the prevention and alleviation of hear ailments
says: "There is growing evidence that gross overdosage of
vitamins can cause not only harm to your pocketbook, but
to your body."
It's not much of an exaggeration to say that half the sick
people in the world can be cured by going to bed, and the
other half by getting up.
DEAR ABBY: I ve been married for three months. This
is my second marriage and Harvey's third. I am 55 and
Harvey is 60.


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A e are living in Harvey's lovely large home, but I am not
happy here. You see, Harvey has shared this home with his
two former wives. There are so many memories here for him,
as well as things that belong to his first wives.
Also, this house is much too big for just the two of us. I
would much rather have a smaller, cozier place. He could
easily sell this house at a profit.
I love Harvey very much and he says he loves me. I 3
never told him how uncomfortable I am here. Would it oe
wrong to ask him to move? NUMBER THREE
DEAR THREE: Ask him. And if he loves you, you're in
for a moving experience.
DEAR ABBY: This is in regard to "Desperate," whose
widowed mother started "running around" at age 62,
joining different social clubs, including a "swingers' club."
I would get down on my hands and knees and thank God
for such a mother. Most sons and daughters complain
because their widowed mothers refuse to take an interest in
anything other than their children and expect "the family"
to entertain them constantly.
And if a 62-year-old widowed mother should be lucky
enough to find herself a man for companionship (with or
without marriage) it would be a blessing for everyone, for
she would then be living her own life, and freeing her
children to live theirs. NOT FREE IN N.J.

CONFIDENTIAL TO "NEEDS ADVICE IN TULSA":
It's pointless to tell a grown daughter: "If you ever get into
any trouble, come to me first." If the proper relationship
has been built over the years, she will. If it hasn't, the words
will be meaningless.
Problem? You'll feel better if you get it off your chest. For
a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. 69700, L.A.,


1a


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Calif. 90069. Encldosed stamped, selfaddreed envelope,
For Abby's new boolet, "What Tee- West to
Know," send $1 to Abiall Van Bum, 12 Lmky Dr.,
Beverly Hil Cal. 9I12.


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


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


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Food Market
6th Terrace East P.O. Box 5714 Phone 5-8106
Store Hours Monday to Thursday 8 a.m. 8:30p.n.
Fri. & Sat. 8 a.m. 9 p.m.
Sun. 8 a.m.- 10 a.m.


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[ TRIBUNE - -Wednesday, August 7, 1974


NOTICE
NOT)CE is hereby given that VASILIOS MAILLIS of P. 0.
Box N-3022, Nassau, Bahamas is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 31st day of
juy 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Cozenshlp, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002,
Nssau.



Exciting things are

I*ppening at the

fabulous Trade Winds

Bar & Lounge
PARADUnE ISLAND


OPENING SUN.AUG. 4th.




owtimes Nightly: 10:40 and 12:40 p.m.
Make the evening complete with a gourmet
dinner in the Imperial Dining Room. Dinner
from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.


l^Rms I

l.-i^Ml


TI


Tightrope to custody


Flagler party
On August 1 1969, the Flagler Inn hotel celebrated its
official opening as the Sth newest hotel on Paradise Island.
August 1 1974; Flagler Inn celebrated its 5th annual
birthday, with a gathering of all the "Old Timers" of the
h6tej staff.
Mr. Ron Overend, general manager of the Flagler Inn, is
pictured here, around the birthday cake, with the staff that
has been with the hotel since it opened.
From the left, Kenneth Russell, Rudolph Rahming,
Philip Colebrook, Willie Richardson & Merline Adderley.


SUN MOON
Rises: 5:39 a.m. Rise: 9:55 p.m.
Set: 6:53 p.m. Set: 10:15 a.m.

Feel better
withDoans
Give yourself happy
relief from bacIkache.
rheumatic pains, stiff
aching muscles or the
common urinary
disorders due to
Sef slugtishc kidney
action. Take Doans
K & B pills to keep
you feeling fit and
active.



DOAE
KIDNEYANDBLADOR

Distributed by:
Thompson Drug Co Ltd,
Box 6027, Centreville, Nassau.


Red Cross
THE BAHAMAS RED Cross
has received the following
donations in response to the
President's Bi-Annual Appeal.
Dr. & Mrs. George Sherman
$10.00; Mr. & Mrs. Fane
Solomon $100.00; Anonymous
$30.00; Mr. & Mrs. George
Kluge $30.00; Anonymous
$15.00; Barclays Bank
International $100.00;
Exumian-Ragged Island Group
$100.00; Canon E.W.G
Holmes $10.00; Chase
Manhattan Bank $400.00; Mr.
& Mrs. Richard D. King
$24.88; Red Cross Group,
Delectable Bay, Acklins
$20.00; Mr. & Mrs. F. E. Smith
$25.00; Anonymous $10.00;
K. C. Haywood $25.00: Mrs.
G. S. Worrell $40.00;
International Air Bahama
$100.00; Hon. & Mrs. Godfrey
Higgs $25.00; Rev. & Mrs.
Thomas 0. Jackson $199.00;
The Family Guardian
Insurance Co. $100.00; Mr.
Irvin Harry Bowen $25.00;


ARRIVED TODAY: Tropic
Flyer and Domburgh
SAILED TODAY: Tropic
Flyer and Domburgh
SAILING TOMORROW:
Bahama Star, Emerald Seas,
Flavia and Oceanic
TIDES
High: 10:48 a.m. and 10:56
p.m.
Low: 4:22 a.m. and 4:55
p.m.

donations
Star Insurance Co. $50.00; Mr
& Mrs. A.R. Knowles $20.00;
Women's Missionary Society of
Zion Baptist Church $50.00;
Bahamian Paint Supply Ltd.
$50.00; Mr. Albert E. Mosher
$5.00; Mr. & Mrs. John Ziegler
$25.00; Mr. & Mrs. E. A.
Boyce $25.00; Mr. & Mrs.
Allan C. Butler $250.00; Dr. &
Mrs. Richard Crawford $25.00.
WEATHER
Tonight and Tomorrow:
Generally fair: Isolated
showers likely
Wind: Southeast 12-20
m.p.h.
Sea: Slight to moderate.
Humidity: 69 percent
Bar Pres: 30.10 inches


NEW YORK An
unidentified man took a
tightrope walk between the
World Trade Centre's twin


110 -storey towers today and
was immediately taken into
custody, port authority police
said.


I


DOUBLE OVEN

Gives You Maximum Cooking ConvemleWC


EYE-LEVEL OVEN
Lets you bake at the most
Convenient work height. All-
porcelain oven features
handy swing door, with Hide
'N See window. Eye-level
control panel features clock
and timer.

LIFT-OFF COOKTOP
Don't worry about spills or
boilovers. The entire cook-
top can be lifted up to pro-
vide access to cleaning.
Burners and grates remove,
too.


4


BIG 25-INCH
ALL-PORCELAIN OVEN
Plenty of room for the
biggest family feast. All-
porcelain oven features re-
movable oven bottom,
lift-off door and Visualite
oven window.


ROLL-OUT BROILER
Broiler rolls out smoothly,
features porcelain-on-steel
pan with grease well and
cover. Broiler is easily ad-
justed to any of four posi-
tions.


$---, 5 0 Clock with 4-hour timer
N 56500 Double oven convenience
Available in white, avocado
or harvest gold color

TAYLOR INDUSTRIES LIMITED
111 SHIRLEY STREET


BOX N.4806


PHONE 2-8941/5


tOLLS RO.0


RAFFLE DRAW AND SHOW



Ronnie's Rebel Room

ANCHORAOE HOTEL


FRIDAYUGUSTI9tEfl


CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT FROM 9.30
Featuring: RONNIE & THE RAMBLERS, ALSO GUEST ARTISTS


DRAWING OVER ZNS 1
Proceeds In aid of:

BAHAMAS OLYMPIC ASSOCIATION


AT 10.30


BAHAMAS ASSOCIATION FOR THE MENTALLY RETARDED

RANFURLY HOME FOR CHILDREN
SIR VICTOR SASSOON (BAHAMAS) HEART FOUNDATION


TICKETS


Available from:

MARY KELLY VIP ADVERTISING 55507
NORMAN ROLLE BAHAMAS BLENDERS 36444
BAHAMAS BLENDERS RETAIL STORES


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12 THE TRIBUNE-- -Wednesday, August 7, 1974



CLASSFIED ADVS. BRING RESULTS-FAST

CLASSIFIED SECTION N


REAL ESTATE I FOR RENT CARS FOR SALE I ANNOUNCEMENTS I HELP WANTED I ELP WANTED I POSITION WANTED TRADE SERVICES


C16257/
SEA BREEZE VICINITY. Lots
70 x 550. $6.500. $400
deposit. Balance financed
$151. 80 month. 10% cash
discount. Tel 4 !141 any day
of night or 2-2794.
MORLEY & O'BRIEN REAl.
ESTATE
C 16296
INCOMPLETE TWO-STOREY
building for sale. Built for
apartment upstairs, and store
downstairs. Cost $7,800.
Phone 55081.

C 16067
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


16302
60 x 100 Lots $3,000.00 & 61Y
Acre Lots $6 000.00 each.
Near Windsor Place sub. near
Soldier Road.
50 x 100 Lots $2,300.00 &
$2,)00.00 each. Nassau Village
near Seabreeze.
Cortact Ferguson & Clarke
Real Estate, Norfolk House,
3rd Floor or Phone 5-9361.

C16331
2 acres CABLE BEACH, Zoned
Commercial. In heart of area
proposed for convention and
hotel centre. 180 feet frontage
on West Bay Street. Buy now
before price increases.
$125,000. Make an offer!
45 Acres, PRIME
INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL
LAND, opposite Public Works
Bldg,. Interfield Rd. Serious
inquiries only. Chester
Thompson. phone 24777,
evenir-.T,. i 420 3

C 16287
PI vou have bought a piece of
: '. previously and would like
I m eiilarge your property by
buying an adjacent lot contact
B:11l'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 23921 or
for your evening convenience
42856. Out of town customers
may write to 5449 MS.

C16278
FOR SALE
2 Lots LITTLE HYDE PARK
$3800 00 each.
Lot STAPLEFDON on Christie
Street $6700.00
Unfurnished house East of
Seabreeze NEWLY BUILT 3
b.'drooms 2 baths, enclosed
grounds. As:i mg $35.000.00.
Lot 100 by 241 East
Ba y W AIN T N Askinmg
$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 lut from Canal only
$6250.00
DIAL DAMIANCS 22033,
22307. 22305.

FOR RENT
C 16277
STORE ON MACKEY
STRErT SOUTH., Imn good
baim'ICes l.',catr(,rm Suitable for
shop m, o ffice. Phone 2808r,

C l t) 1 0 ,
TWO ? bcdi )mian ap), imwrint1..
f ils minmsh ( C entr evlle.
Rinl] Mr Primth.l1 .1 58 1 3

C l'28,
ONI AND TWO () r-dioomn


apa tments fol irPen!
ai -( 'orndi ttomed.
Centially located.
2 30 10
_ _.l


C16289
ONF THREE BEDROOM.
two bath, .irconditioned
furnished home, Queen's
Road. Nassau East. Phone
5-4684 or 3750.

( 1 1. "
ADP", TMLNT FOR RENT.


Hcl'a Id Roid.
Polincana In I.
31585. before
Reasonable rent.


next to
Telephone
6 p.m.


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

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.

CARS FOR SALE

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

C16327
FOR SALE: 4-door Toyota
Corona. Automatic. Good
condition. $1,400. O.N.O.
Phone 22193, ext. 22, or
32222 after 6.

C16310
CAPRI 2600, 1973, 6 cyl.
English Racing Green. 9,000
miles. $3,950 Bus. Tel. 51484


C16330
ONE 1972 DODGE
CHA LLENGER. A-1I
condition. $400.00 O.N.O.
Telephone Aubrey Kemp,
Rock Sound Eleuthera.

C16351
NEW PROVIDENCE LEASING
LIMITED ARE HAVING A
BIG USED CAR SALE FROM
AUGUST 6th THROUGH
AUGUST 14th. PRICES
HAVE BEEN SLASHED TO
THE LOWEST.
THIS IS THE BIGGEST SALE
WE HAVE YET AND IN
ORDER TO HELP YOU
GET THAT USED CAR JUST
CHECK THE VERY LOW
DOWN-PAYMENTS...
FINANCING AND
INSURANCE ARRANGED
ON THE SPOT. PART
EXCHANGES CONSIDERED .
DON'T MISS THIS BIG
CLEARANCE SALE..............

1973 FORD 3/4 TON TRUCK
IN TOP SHAPE NEW
ENGINE PRICE $4,250.00
Down-Payment $900.00
1971 FORD LTD. Price
$2,950.00 Down-Payment
$800.00
1971 FORD MUSTANG -
MACH 1 Price $4,250.00
Down-Payment $900.00
1969 HILLMAN SUNBEAM
Price $950.00 Down-Payment
$300.00
1971 CHEVY VEGA Choice
of Two Price $2,350.00
Down-Payment $600.00
1974 FORD CAPRI Price
$1,750.00 Down-Payment
$450.00
1970 FORD ESCORT Price
$1,350.00 Down-Payment
$300.00
1971 VOLKSWAGEN 1300 -
Excellent Shape Price
$2,550 00 Down-Payment
$700.00
1970 FORD MAVERICK -
Automatic, Air-conditioned
Price $2,550.00 Down-
Payment $700.00
1969 FORD FALCON Price
$1,275.00 Down-Payment
$300.00
1969 HILLMAN Station
Wagon Price $1,200.00
Down-Payment $300.00
1973 COMMER BUS -


11, ',h kt ; Passenger Vehicle Price
carpeted $3,450.00 Down-Payment
ihone $850.00
1970 CHEVY IMPALA Price
$1,750.00 Down-Payment


2 BEDROOM I barh
apJa fmrnnt, fully fur pushed oard
ieilv .) c pL[arlu S iatcv ed
ri) Wltlhtm n m imln.lwvy Irnes voiy
$350 ,o $i/P' per month
Phone 2 6 o i


$450.00
1973 PONTIAC VENTURA IN
TIP TOP SHAPE Price
$5,250.00 Down.Payment
$1,000.00
1971 FORD MAVERICK Price
$2,950.00 Down-Payment


$600.00
Cl t13'. 1971 TRIUMPH 1300 Price
LOVELY ;i bedroom $1,400.00 Down-Payment
a n l( oi dtioned apartment, $400.00
Dunddas Cout. Pyfr om's 1972 CHEVY VEGA Price
Addilion, Master T V antenna $3,450.00 Down-Payment
and laundry room lfacilies $800 00
enclosed pokinrg ,rea f or 1971 PLYMOUTH DUSTER
information lall 3 4953 or Price $2,850.00 Down-
5-4258. I Payment $600.00
------- 1972 FORD MUSTANG -
C16316 Air-conditioned Price $3,950
ATTRACTIVELY FUR- Down-Payment $800.00
NISHED one bedroom WE HAVE OTHER CARS
apartment Centreville FOR CASH WHICH YOU CAN
Air conditioned. Pr ivate CHOOSE FROM.


parking. T.V cable hook-up.
Water included $210.00 per
month Phone 21741-2,
business hours.

C16342
1 bedroom apartment,
basically furnished off
Twynam Avenue. Phone
2-3261.


COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT
1972 COMMER TIPPER
TRUCK READY TO GO TO
WORK Price $5,250.00
Down-Payment $1,000.00
THIS VEHICLE CAN BE
SEEN AT MOTOR CENTRE
LTD., THOMPSON
BOULEVARD, NASSAU.


C16334
"LIMOUSINE"
'73 CADILLAC, Black. Black
vinyl top. All extras. "Private"
one owner. Chauffeur driven.
Always parked indoors. New
wide white wall tires, spare
never used. Call Miami
305-576-6076 from 6 to 9 p.m.

C16352

MOTOR CENTRE LIMITED
USED CAR SPECIAL
"EXECUTIVE
DEMONSTRATORS"
1974 CHEVY IMPALA
Automatic Trans, Air Cond,
Radio, Heater, Power Brake,
Power Steering, Power
Windows, White Wall Tyres.
White With Brown Vinyl Top.
Low Mileage. AT ONLY
$7600.00.
1974 CHEVY MALIBU.
Automatic Trans, Air Cond,
Radio. Heater, P/S, P/B, W/W,
Tyres, With Very Low Mileage.
AT ONLY $6400.00.

1973 BUICK CENTURY.
Automatic Trans, Air Cond,
Radio, Heater, P/B, P/S, W/W
Tyres. Blue with Blue Vinyl
Top. AT THE LOW PRICE OF
$5900.00
1973 CHEVY MALIBU.
Automatic Trans, Console
Shift, Radio, W/W Tyres
Bucket Seats. AT ONLY
$4990.00
1972 AUSTIN MAXI 1750 5
DOOR SEDAN. Radio, 5
Speed Trans. AT ONLY
$1950.00
1971 TOYOTA COROLA.
Standard Trans, Radio, Air
Cond, W/N Tyres. New Paint
Work. AT ONILY $2400.00

1972 MORRIS 1300.
Automatic Trans, Radio. New
Paint Work. AT ONLY
$1775.00
1971 JAVELIN SST.
Automatic Trans, Power
Steering, Radio, Safe
Command Brake, Bucket Seats,
W/W Wide Track Tyres, Tape
Deck. AT ONLY $2900.00
1969 TOYOTA CORONA.
Automatic Trans, Radio, W/W
Tyres. AT ONLY $600.00
MOTOR CENTRE LIMITED
THOMPSON BLVD.
PHONE 56739.
P. O.BOX N-3741

FOR SALE

C16350
MACKEY ST. DEPARTMENT
STORE.
MACKEY ST. AND
PALMDALE AVE. Opposite
Bar 20 Corner. Telephone
52398.
10% Discount Storewide.
Some items 50% off.
STORE HOURS: Monday -
Friday and Sat. 8 a.m. to 8
p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.


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

CRAFT SUPPLIES

C16138
NOW in stock at Bahamian
Paint Supply, Bay Street:
Decoupage
Clear Cast
Candle Craft
Tm.Lue Craft
Phone 2-2386, 2-2898.


MARINE SUPPLIES
Cli 330
1/' BOSTON WHALER with
125 h.p Very good condition.
Phone 28271, 9-5 $2900.00

C 1335
SALE. New 1974 Robalo 20,
I loatatron hull, 135 h.p tilt.
Open fisherman, centre
console, suntop, canvas,
pompanette, chairs, cushions ,
fish bait ice boxes, skiing
equipment, etc 7-7766

C16309
1971. 19 ft V.I.P. fibreglass
boat with 85 h p. Mercury
engine. Canvas top, first class
condition, and complete Gator
lTrailer Available NOW -


$2,000.00 Phone 2-2510 -
7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Cl 1894
1969 31 ft. CHRIS-CRAFT
Coimmandei sleeps six, private
shower, two 230 h.p. engines
with less than 200 hours.
K'tchinetto, good condition.
Call 2-'267, 5401 1


ENTERTAINMENT

16238
SETTLER's PUB & INN
BeairJUont Arcade, Bay Street
Telephone 5-9739
TWO BANDS NIGHTLY
The Nassauvians
The Electric Circle.
OPEN TILL 4: a.m.


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. 0. Box N3923

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



C16337
GOODS LEFT OVER 30
DAYS WILL BE SOLD.
NASSAU BICYCLE
COMPANY LIMITED.


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 CARL
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
and 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
FASHION AND
DRESSMAKING.
Corner East Shirley and Fowler
Streets. Telephone 53223.


HEALTH FOOD ]

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


LOST
C16343
LOST in Highland Par,< area a
small light brown female clog,
white stripe down nose.
Wearing brown leather collar.
Very nervous will run away
from people. Called "PLP".
Anyone having seen this dog
please phone 42037.


CARD OF THANKS
C16346















The family of the late
WILMORE TINKER of South


Street, wish to thank the
friends and relatives foi deaths
and words of sympathy during
then recent bereavement.
Special thanks to Di. Bennett,
doctors and nurses of Pimcess
Margaret Hospital, Pastor Dr.
31 own, Rev Munroe and
members of Bethel bapt:st
Church, and Demeritte's
F funeral Home.


HELP WANTED I

C16339
EXPERIENCED couple
wanted to manage or lease
deluxe, small, successful out
island Club. Distinguished
clientele. Write: Club 16300
South Park Boulevird, Shaker
Heights, Ohio 44120.


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

C15399
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAIR RMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Diploma in instrumentation
preferred but not essential.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years industrial instrumenta-
tion experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Install, repair, calibrate, test
and adjust any type of
integrating, indicating 01
graphic electrical or mechanical
instrument.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. 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 souices, in providing
repair, maintenance,
installation, inspection and
testing sei vice for the entire
plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C15395
JOB TITLE: POWER
STATION OPF RAIOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years power plant experience.
Electrical backgli(oud 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 f ir
distribution. Communicates
with mill men when addir g or
dropping raw or finish mills.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100.
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C 16126
WANTED IMMEDIATELY
Experienced Offset Pressman,
40 hours per week, good
working conditions APPLY
BAHAMAS PRINTING, Oakes
Field.
C16338
CAPE SANTA MAP. IA CLUB,
LONG ISLAND, BAHAMAS
Spectacmlar property for sale,
bounded by OO5' of sea on one
side, and 500' of deep water
lagoon on the other, with 200'
do(k in place nrid large
dockhouse. A di '-wrir's irirarnnel
gives acce-'. ... dock. Ideal
for eithe- .i yacht mnarin or
private i ,lidentiil use. Price:
$25,000. White Thomas H.
Jones, 2100 Cential National
Bank Building, Cleveland, Ohio
44114.

C1632:.
INTERNATIONAl I
C COMPANY REQUIRES
SALF S Rf PRE SLNTATIVE
IN NASSA U AND
F REPORT E U I OR PART
Tl1.1 .
Writ GB PUBl ISHFRS INC.,
P. O BOX 234, KINGSTON
11. Jrmrrr ,, WE ST INDIES.


C 16341
WANTED ) fI ajm
to live ou 1,r11i in
Road (Call I45m. /
Box N /7382


L.jDouiofS
Gladst one
0I1 W, tif to


C16348
PROFESSIONAL LNGi JEER
(COE) Grmndl Ba;,jma
Telepho e oCormp rny has a ,o0)
operri- g ;oi pi ofeusionral
Enl rnc-i (COL) Knowledge of
cnom nrLI( Jtons equipment t,
auto matI switL inr g ajn',
engineel i nc additions and
thjnge-, to ele t' o n.echanircal
ard LIompuLteized central
of0t'.es ,equIi ed Mlust be able
to prepare spCitil dtions for
':ra tim'a d liti Iu proposals a ind
have engineer ng knowledge of
the Nor th Aimer ican Direct
I)str aIc DiJlia IJ System. Must
have at least 10 years practical
expert iem t .- i, central ctf
* qutp'm"er't engine ring
APPL Y Per sonnet Department,
Grand Bahanta Telephone (.o.
Ltd 2C K'r.nng runc,' O- 0.
Bo x Fr278, Freeport,
Telephone (8: 252-9352

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

C16322
WANTED: One Labourer. For
further information, Pledse
phone 24495. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.


C16321
WANTED:
gardener
handyman.
information,
to 5 p.m.


BAHAMIAN
and general
For further
call 24495. 9 a.m.


C16347
ONE ASSISTANT COOK
needed immediately at the
Hopetown Harbour Lodge, in
Hope Town. Abaco. Board and
Lodging found. Six days per
week. Salary dependent on
qualifications. Please send
replies to "Harbour Lodge" c/o
P. O. Box 272, Nassau,
Bahamas.

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. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C16311
APPLICATIONS ARE
INVITED from Bahamians for
a position in our Fleet
Allocation Department.
Applicant with advanced
education preferred, but mu:.t
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.

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.

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. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C 16349
CARETAKER, Gardener and
Maintenance man required for
private dwelling. Only
Bahamians vith Health
Certificate need apply in own
hand writing to Box N-98.


TRADE SERVICES

C16333
LANDSCAPING and for all
your gardening needs
mowing, trimming, hedging,
tree felling and clearing. Call
5-7810, LAWNS AND
HEDGES.

(C1i133
FOR YOUR BUILDING
NEEDS AND CRANE HIRE ...
see:-
ISLAND BUILDERS
IIMITED
P. O. Box 6285 ES
Phone 3-1671 3-1672

C16134
BACKHOE FOR HIRE
Need septic tank or trend irihmi
done'

CARL G. TRECO
CONTRACTORS LTD..
2-4996 or 5-8725

Cl6127
MASTER TECHNICIANS LTD
Mackey Street
YOUR WHIRLPOOL
DISTRIBUTORS OFFER:
Refrigerators, Washers, Dryers,


Compactors, Freezers, Ice
Makers. Air Conditioners aind
Garbage Disposers. With full
warranty on every home
,ppliance we sell.
Sei vice done by factor y trained
mechanicss. Telephone 23713,
59322.

C16112
SEWING MACHINE PARTS
AND REPAIRS
ISLAND FURNITURE
COMPANY
P. 0. Box f4818, Nassau
Dowdeswell and Christie
Streets
Telephone 21197. 23152.


C16340
EXPERIENCED AND FULLY
QUALIFIED Bahamian
Locksmith requires position
with established commercial or
Industrial organisation. Call
57620, any time.


ANNOUNCEMENTS
C16137
SHAWNEE
Daily Service between West
Palm Bedch and West End For
reservations call The Grand
Bahama Hotel (Ext. 5).

HELP WANTED

C15413
PEST CONTROL
SERVICEMAN required.
Minimum 3 years experience.
Applv: Rentokil International
Ltd., P. 0. Nux F-95, Freeport.


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IELP WANTED
C 15420
Tony Borsetto Mechami al Erio.
has the following vacant lis:
(4) CERTIFIED WELDERS
Must be able to pertoini
welding on pipe-lines up to
42". Must be able to
communicate and train others.
(7) ASPHALT SPECIALISTS:
Must be able to wrap pipes mup
to 40" in diameter and hbe able
to train others.
Bahamians only need apply in
person to Mr Sanfus Kump,
Personnel Managel, 19 Poplar
Crescent or telephone Freeport
352-5562 (8-5 only).


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C 16286


V0Tb is hn Towen!

WHERE?
at



Mufflers, Tallpipes and Exhaust Pipes.

Pipes made to fit

most makes of vehicles.

Full ONE YEAR GUARANTEE.

If youhavea problem with your cars

exhaust system we can Custom Make

a pipe tofit it.

fluas ?U 2fo Company imiid

Shirley Street Telephone 24626







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DIRECTORY

Save Time

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2 I2i Xl 5
2th|Pirllds 'I


In TI ME IIW UIl

ALARMS/SECURITY
I.utwe's Alarm Services I'h. 3 2042

ANTENNAS
Island TV I'll. 2 2MI 8

AUTOMOTIVE
Lu tica.s latteries
ayv Sirect (,aragc I'h. 2-2434
rflisiisr i, iio I pairs
Shell Aclioni Statm I'llh. 5 2000

BOOKSTORE
I lihe ('hristiliii inik
Sihp I'll. S -744

BUSINESS FORMS

I'iihrs I'lh. 2 4267/S 4011

KITCHEN CABINETS
C'< )I III n\\ ell1ith
I uriiitilr e l'h. .I- I 120

CAMERAS
J(hn Huull l'h. 2-4252/3

DOWNTOWN PARKING
M%1nlhliv Rate "is
Phioi. 2-4727(d,#. ) 7 7387(nilti)

ENTERTAINMENT
Alludit Visi..al & ,Nvir'
I 0ml & I ui i t. Service I'll. 2 21 S7

FLORISTS
Island I lrisl I'h. 2 2702," -5419

GARDEN & PET SUPPLIES
Md'rrisllMi (.jirden & PetI'
Madeirau ShIoppinpg I'lj I'Ph. 2-2868
Nassa.u (,irjd.-n & I'Ve
M nitroi' .\trimn Ilh. 2-4259
HURRICANE AWNINGS
lohn S. (e orger 'h. 2 -842 1/6


LAUNDRY&DRY CLEANING
New ()rirntal L.iintdr I'h. 2 4403

MEN'S WEAR
lishin,-llerc I Idi. l'. 2 2317t/7

OPTICIANS
O(p)iial Sert, s I l Il'h. 2 -3910/1

PAPER
i',,1i -ueroalr'.illei rl1,,1 CI'h. S 4711

PRINTING
WI I'riii |I'll. 4so(

l'rril-rs I'll. 2 4267//S 4011

RUBBER STAMPS
W-mi1ns iiihhr Si.ihntmp I'lh. S 4 (i,.
"I i I'Ihl" 2 I" ,

SPORTS GOODS
( hi.iripi,.)i Spi "s I .ui I'll. 2 I 6 2

TRAVEL
I'lN., urii s I' 2 2'9 1 1/7
R. tl. (c.urr & |.i. 2 t.6h8I/7

TRUCKING
Jloiins iI"%
rruck. r ii & I ands u ,ip. I'li .-1574
I l h --Im IlI'l,.k..Ill.,
lI,, ,~ ,-..4 .I I 2 f 72l i i m 2

TV REPAIRS
( h ai lltni l I I, [i n m mi i I ni l h I 5 1 7C

TYPEWRITER REPAIR
Junrr Hrlic t I'li 1, 44

UPHOLSTERING
I dd I lhl. k ph s ri l l I' 1 '1 1;


FOR THE ACTION YOU WANT




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For Business And Services


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HELP SMTED HELP WANTED
C 15415 C15414
EXPERT I E N C ED FOOD AND BEVERAGE
REFRIGERATION AND DIRECTOR: Mainly training in
AI R- CONDITIONING Food & Beverage, overseeing of
INSTALLATION AND staff, cost control in Food &
SERVICE TECHNICIANS Beverage Department and
conduct on the job training.
REQUIRED. 12 years experience required.
APPLY IMMEDIATELY Mvst be able to speak French
STANDARD PLUMBING fluently. Police Certificate,
COMPANY (FREEPORT) health certificate and letters of
LIMITED, 0. Box F-2460. references required.
PHONE 352-8738 DIRECTOR OF SALES
AGENCY: Be in charge of
C15397 Sales Office. Must also be able
JOB TITLE: (THREE), to travel abroad and promote
PAYLOADER OPERATORS business. 5-7 years experience
MINIMUM EDUCATION: required. Must be neat in
Good basic education appearance. Police Certificate
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3 health certificate and letters o1
years references required.
DUTES/RESPONSIBILITIESInterested persons apply:
Operates- payloader to load GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL
limestone into trucks and WEST END. GRAND
charge clinker, gypsum and raw BAHAMA, Personnel Office
materials into feed system. between the hours of 9:00 a.m
INTERESTED APPLICANT and 3:00 p.m., Monday
CONTACT: Personnel through Friday. Mailin
Department, Bahama Cement Address: 158 Port Road, Wes
Company, P. 0. Box F-100, Palm Beach, Fla. 33404. Elor
Freeport, Grand Bahama. Martin, Jr., Personnel Director
C____15419
C15399 Shop Manageress required fo
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT Scandinavian stores, Freeport
REPAIRMAN High School graduate. Mus
MINIMUM EDUCATION: have experience in inventory
Diploma, in instrumentation control cardex system, cash
preferred but not essential. and charge procedures as wel
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5 as knowledge of purchasing
years industrial instrument- specialised gift items. 3 year
ation experience. .experience in similar position
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: Mercantile Group Inc., P. 0
Install, repair, calibrate, test Box F-456, Freeport.
and adjust any type of
integrating, indicating or C15421
graphic electrical or mechanical ARTI.ST A ND LIGHT
instrument. TECHNICIAN willing t
INTERESTED APPLICANT work part time and t(
CONTACT: Personnel undertake other duties during
Department, Bahama Cement slow periods in night club.
Company, P. 0. Box F-100, Please reply, stating
Freeport, Grand Bahama: experience, availability and
salary expected to: Warwick
C15395 Investments, P. 0. Box F-1493
JOB TITLE: POWER Freeport.
STATION OPERATOR -15418
MINIMUM EDUCATION: C15418
G aiN EDUdcai ONn Vice President and Persona
Good basic education Assistant to Chairman o
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3 international company
years power plant experience, required to administe
Electrical background will be inter=company activities boti
an asset S in the Bahamas and elsewhere
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: Knowledge of corporate
Operates turbines, boilers and management, international
related equipment to service trading, accounting and office
plant needs. Operates procedures essential
switchboard to regulate Shorthand and typing a
generation of electricity as advantage. Considerable
demand increases or decreases. diversified experience required
Regulates continuous flow of Bahamians only. Salar
current to sub-station for negotiable.
distribution. Communicates All replies, Controlle
with mill men when adding or Mercantile Group, P. 0. Bo
dropping raw or finish mills. F-456, Freeport.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel C15396
Department, Bahama Cement JOB TITLE: ELECTRICA
Company, P. 0. Box F-100, FOREMAN
Freeport, Grand Bahama. MINIMUM EDUCATION
Good basic education
C15398 MINIMUM EXPERIENCE
JOB TITLE: STEEL 5-10 years. Must have goo
FABRICATORS (TWO) background of electric,
MINIMUM EDUCATION: theory.
Good basic education DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 5 Co-ordinate and supervise th
years experience in steel layout electrical maintenance
and welding, activities including shop an
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: field sources, in providing
Read and follow structural repair, maintenance
steel drawings, cut and weld in installation, inspection an
accordance with drawing testing service for the entire
specifications, plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT INTERESTED APPLICAN
CONTACT: Personnel CONTACT: Personni
Department, tahama Cement Department, Bahama Cemer
Company, P. O. Box F-100. Company. P. O. Box F-10O
Freeport, Grand Bahama. Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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from the Carroll Rightw Iktitute

GENERAL TENDENCIES: You can salY
extend your success beyond preant bounadaries
by a new approach at your talents. Make sure to handle your
potentials in a very intelligent manner. Be prepared for some
surprising events to happen today.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) -Find the right activities
through which you can find the greatest self-expression and
become a mote successful person. Be alert.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Listen to the voice of your
subconscious for promptings that can lead to greater success.
Gai the cooperation of loved one.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Contact allies who have the
data you need to strengthen a project you have in mind. Do
some corresponding with out-of owners.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Keep rooted to
your work and other important matters, since you can
accomplish a great deal today. A lhgher-up is eyeing you.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You hive inspired ideas and
should put them in operation now. Get together with talented
persons in your line of endeavor.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Discuss property and other
mutual matters with family members and come to a fine
understand mg. Don't be stingy with compliments.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Know what your true position
is with associates and then you will know exactly what to do.
Express your finest talents to others.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Meet with business experts
and discuss how to make your life more affluent in the future.
Study your financial position well.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Engage in favorite
hobbies dunng spare hours and escape undue worry. You can
have a fine romantic timune with loved one.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Talking over finances in
the future with family brings fine results now. Don't confide
in outsiders. Take it easy tonight.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Join with right persons
during day and get much accomplished. You can easily gain
what you really desue by applying yourself.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) If you handle your work well
you find that higher ups will extend the'favors you want. Take
a more optunistic view of the future.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will have
definite ideas about almost everything, so be sure to give as
much education as you can to your gifted progeny. Give as
much encouragement as you can and keep the ego high and
the incentive working. Be sure to give religious training early in
life. Sports are a must here.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


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word must contain the large


Winning

By VICTOR MOLLO
THOUGH scoring in a teams
match differs little from rubber
bridge, tactical considerations
sometimes call for a special
technique. This is the type of
problem which may confront
competitors in the Lutomer
Wines Championship at the
forthcoming Evening Standard
Bridge Congress.
West East
4. A Q 10 2 J9 887
:' K J 4 A Q 6
K 10 3 A J2
S7 62 4853
Against West's contract of 44,
North leads the K, the &A
then the 46 to South's 4 Q.
Declarer wins the heart swAch
in dummy and takes successfully
the trump finesse, South showing
up with the 4K43 and North
with a doubleton.
The contract hinges on finding
the OQ and there's little to
point the way. Declarer notes.


Chess


By LEONARD BRCIEN


letter, and there must be at
least one elaht-letter word In the
list. No plurals: no forelg words
no proper names. TODAY'S
TARGET: 24 words, good;
29 words, very good; 36 words
excellent. Solution tomorrow.
'YESTERDAY'S SOLUTION:
Apod draw pass PASSWORD
proa rasp road sapor sard soan
soar soda spado spar sward ward
warp wasp woad wrap.


Bridge
however, that South has shown,
so far, 5 points to North's S8-the
4A. K and 6J, which ble must
have since at trick three South
played the 4Q. With nothing
better to guide him. declarer
assumes a roughly even division
of strength between defenders
and plays South for the 0Q.
That's reasonable enough at
rubber bridge or at the beginning
of a match. But suppoe that
the board comes up in the
closing stages and that declarer
has reason to suppose that his
side is trailing. He doesn't want
a tie on the board. He needs a
swing and he won't get it if he
finesses agahast South, for that's
precisely what his opposite
number will do in the other
room.
So, deliberately, he takes a
slightly Inferior chance and
finesses against North. The
tactical need for a swing out-
weighs the technical edpe in
percentages.


KEEP ABREAST OPf
THE LOCAL SUCE



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W.iite mates in two moves
against any defence I(v F.
Giegold). A jewel wrc:e one
over-enthusiastic solve:- when
this puzzle first appeal ed.
Par times: 30 seconds, problem
master c.- expe. L: 2 minutes.
good: 4 minutes. average: 10
minutes. novice.

Solution
1 Q-QS ci. 1/I . KxQ: 2
R-KtS mate. or if Rx Q: 2
Kt--K4. or if B, Q: 2 Kt P.


Rupert and the Wooden Horse-31


Steady there I Not so fast!" Rupert is
startled at the toy horse's speed and it is all
he Oan do to save himself from falling off as
they Frae across one field after another.
What's wrong ? pants the horse gleefully.
" I'm enjoying this, It's lovely without those
clumsy old wheels. And my new legs are line


for jumping." Deciding he has gone far
enough. Rupert tugs at the rein to try to turn
the horse round, but it refuses to obey. Look
at that beautiful hedge I it shouts. "I can
clear it easily. Sit tight Whoa, whoa! "
cries Rupert in alarm, as the horse goes even
faster. ALL RIGHTS RESERVE


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I. ImMiportantI oiientiiiwr 3 Ii
8 Nisht before. 31)
9. Stay. .1)
II. Ulnlnx or luw'hli. (i1. 3,
It. Important stlf -trohfke. 4)
1M. Dance (A)
I1. Halt In smod tlIme. (4. at
18. Old-tli Arimy unit. 40)
19 MIounil ti eelrllnc samn
T'1 Crppled. (41
1. 1unrea tnlnia fear. 5)
24 Remains unmovina (4 .1
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t ()lrl's udme. 1)3
3. Still in hnipin. 4,a t. 41
4. rerve u lti'M. (41
Pf. Possess relill PstMallth.
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7. Turn 461
10. Itath. (3)
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rmenl hials thn arresld. (. )
Jrar rner.
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JUDGE PARKER


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14


Police pip Paradise in five set thriller


IN A TENSE five set thriller to
determine second place in the B.V.F.
league, great courage and hard playing
pushed the Police Royals on to a 16-1k.
15-5, 7-15, 12-15, 15-13 victory over the
Paradise Giants last night at the Donald
Davis gym.
In their last outing, the Police defeated
the Giants in three straight sets creating a
second place tie. The undefeated
Wardrobe then came back and beat them
both resulting in last night'i play off.
In the firsi set. Paradise Giants were
4.2 but Arnold Ferguscn as steady service


put the Police ahead with a score of 5-4.
When Paradise got the service they tied
the score at 5-5 but Ferguson and
Brenville Thompson worked well together
and blocked a few smashes from
Paradise.
The Police with the ball in their
possession, increased their score 9-6. A
few services by Eddie Smith and smashes
by Hubert Williams brought the score to
9-8.
The Police increased the score to 12-10
after a few minutes of play. Services by
Eddie of Paradise tied the score but the


Taylor makes sure


MIKF TAYLOR rmtiched
scores tof 77's o\- r lhie
weekend Ito take over first spot
by tour shols and assure
himseli of a, position ont both
the I Ioerman Cup andI
I isenhower Trophy team.
The final 36 holes of the
scheduled 72 hole playoff to
dei ermine four players to
represent the Bahamas in
international competiti,." i!-,,t
year were completed at the
Shannon course, Freeport.
Following Taylor was
Vernon Wells of Freeport who0
returned scores of 78-80 to add
to his 80-82 shot in Nassau
during the first two rounds, lie
also assured himself a berth on


both t.-Ynis
In third spol. aid. gulo iginto
the final round leidmi2 b\
three shots, was Bob Slatler
who could do .10i better lth.in
80-86 to add to his 7-7' shot
in Nassau.
According to ,a B.(; \
spokesman, lthe first lthre are
the only players confliicd Ifor
either thel isenhower I ioph
or lHoerman Cup ltourni nerict
.; there is ,; t ree ayi lie for
fourth spot.
I her e will be ain IS hole
p l ay off be lt ecn J in
Duncormibe. I ric (;ibson. and
Duncan Siumniners of Ireeport
all of whom ended with a 323
total. The rCestlis of this will


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MYRTLE JOSEPHA
BALFOUR of P. 0. Box N-5298, Nassau, Bahamas is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 31st day of July 1974 to The Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs.
P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.




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




NOTICE

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



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PLUS Verna Bloom
"MACHINE GUN PLUS
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PLUS Late Feature "HANNIE CAULDER" PG.
Friday night. Raquel Welch,
'Phone 2-2534 Robert Culp




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determine the fourth p
both teams as well as
and sixth place finished
Iloernian Cup battle.
It was noted howe
the selection commiteI
B G.A. determines t
two men on the six
sq uad.
There will also be .
to determine the
eighth, ninth and ten
finishers as there a
players tied for seen
These players will be
substitutes for both tea
Following an urgent
of the General F
(Committee held
following the tournai
was decided, in an e
make it fair for all golf
the pla\ offs should ta
at a neutral ground. Th
Great labour Cay was
The playoff will ta
on August 24, the f
day being usqd break ti
Reg Dl)umont and Bi
who shot a par 72 onl
were chosen as the
best-ball team.
Fisher finished 1 111t
in d first in the senior
total of 327. Duimont
1-8th and second in thi
with his 353 total.

DO Ll
THE DOLPHIN sw
is to compete in the
Springs annual inter
invitational swim m
Miami Springs Au
through 16.
Representing the I
ar c Tammily Cole. Daw
Karen Sands, Greg Ge
and Mario Carey
Dolphin Team.
Tammy Cole cornm
last year's meet at
Springs and made the
two events. She w
chosen by the Feder
most outstanding
swimmer during
pendence Week for
Peggy Pritchard Jo
record by more
minutes. Tammy did
mile course in 40.25
Dawn Cole. who p
finals last year in 201
free style in Miami, w
another try this ye
i placed only seconds


services by Thompson and smashes by
Lockhart pushed the Police to win the
first set.
In the second set the Police unlocked a
2-2 tie and took the lead 11-5. The Giants
took a futile time out and returned to
lose the set by ten points.
The third and fourth sets proved
rewarding for the Paradise Giants. They
started with a score of 2-0 but the Police
tied it and went ahead 6-3. Cecil
Thompson and Eddie's excellent blocking
helped the Giants to win the third set.
Ferguson's service in the
fourth set put the Police to a
4-0 lead. Services by Carlton
Newbold kept the giants in
the lead 9-7 as they struggled
to win the fourth set.
In the fifth set Paradise
player on jumped to 2-0 lead but the
the fifth Police .ied the score and went
rs in the ahead 8-3. The fifth set was
tied at 13-13 and here there
ver. that was hard playing. The Police
e of the then gained the lead and won
he final the match.
-member Garnett Lockhart (coach
and manager of the Police
playoff Royals) said that this was the
seventh, first time the Police Royals
th place had reached this standing in
re four ten years. He said that he
ith spot hopes to be'second in the
used as knock out series.
Urs. The Police Royals can beat
meeting the Wardrobe Stars if they
executive stay together, Lockhart said.
directly
mieni, it BOSTON OFF TO
effort to CHAMPIONSHIPS
fers, that VETERAN cyclist Leonard
ke place "Boston Blackie" Miller left
he site of Nassau today for Canada to
Snlamed, compete in the World
ke place Championship.
following Having gone through
es. extensive training covering
ll Fisher some 2,000 miles, Miller
Sunday reported himself in top shape
senior and confident to better his
times in previous international
h overall events.
s with a Miller will compete in the
finished 1,000 and 5,000 metres and
e seniors road races.


PHINS PICKED
im team her sister Tammy to win
e Miami second place in the Ladies
national Division in the Nassau 2V2
neet a* mile Marathon.
gust 8 Greg Geiselman, only 9,
will be making his 3rd
Bahamas appearance at Miami Springs.
vi: Cole, The first two years he placed
eiselman high in the finals in every
of the event and though all his
events were 100 metres,
peted in except the 500 Individual
Miami Medley, should do well this
finals in year. This youngster placed
/as also 14th overall in the Marathon
ration as Swim and was nominated for
female Sportsman of the Year by the
Inde Aquatics Federation for
breaking 1973.
ohnson's Mario Carey, making his
than 2 first appearance this year at
the 2/2 Miami Springs, will be up
minutes. against tough competition as
laced i.* this meet brings swimmers
0 metres from Jamaica, Costa Rica,
vill make Panama and other Caribbean
ear. She Countries, as well as U.S.
behind teams. Mario was second in
the Junior Division to finish
in the Kiwanis Marathon and
placed 3rd overall.
Coach Betty Cole will
company the swimmers
along with their parents.
On a diving tour is young
G Tracy Jagr of the Freeport
36 Aquatics Club who will be
competing in the diving
S championships in Raleigh,
North Carolin, Atlanta,
Georgia, and Swimming Hall
of Fame in Ft. Latderdale,
Florida


Antonas cruises to



win for top spot


LOCAL chess master Elias
Antonas cruised through 35
minutes of his clock in forcing
schoolboy Michael Ferrar
checkmate on the 38th move.
It was his eighth victory and
clinched first place following
last night's eighth round of the
B.C.F.Summer Open.
Antonas has been on top
since the third round when he
demolished Gonzalo Bolisay in
the finals of a first place
elimination. Since then he beat-
five other competitors
including Bahamas Champ
Caswell Thompson, averaging
less than half an hour
each. Ferrai, a winner of four
of his eight matches
approached the talented
20-year-old in an. unsettled
manner. He just wandered over
the first 10 moves before
trying a knight sacrifice for an
attack on Antonas' king.
Elias who won the Bahamas
championship in 1972, but was
unable to defend it in 1973,
assesed the situation and
found the foundation to be
weak. He took the knight with
another of its kind and later
moved it into the back file
when he brought out his
queen.
THe attack finally fizzled
out and Antonas ended two
pieces up.
Ferrar's talent came to the
top in the third round when he
upset Bahamas Olympic
representative Anthony Rolle
for a share of second spot. A
student of Government High,
he did not enter the high
school championship, but is
expected to be a top contender
in the B.C.F. Junior
Championship.
In the middle game, Ferrar's
men were kept well cornered,
almost out of play with
crushing pressure. It's potency


By Gladstone Thurston
took effect on the 31st move
when Ferrar blundered away
his other rook.
"On the whole, I played just
simple chess." Antonas
commented pondering the
series. "I didn't go for
intricacies,
"All I had to do was keep
my good position and let him
m.,ke the mistakes." he
referred to. the Ferrar match.
'"Instead- of making
disadvantages, I let him sell
out.'" Seven moves later. Ferrar
was faced with resignation. It
was a hopeless situation.
Kirk I ngralam, fully
recovered from his disastrous
set backs earlier in the series.
forced former first place share
holder Gonzalo Bolisay to
resign after 42 moves. This win
gave him his fourth triumph
against a draw and three losses
and a share in the race for
fourth place.
Playing white. Ingraham
opened with his pawn to lqueent
four, Bolisay offered him a free
pawn in his pawn to bishop
four reply. Ingraham refused it
on the grounds that he wanted
to develop the (Collie System.
It is a strong defence
whereby white builds up a
strong attack slowly.
Bolisay on his thireerinth
move made a tactical error hb
exchanging rooks instead of
recovering a pawn. This proved
to he disastrous 10 moves later
when I ngraham forced
exchange of queen's leaving
Bolisay with an inferior pawn
position for th end game.
Ingraham nevertheless had
to play a strong end game. lHe
was about to queen a pawn
when Bolisay tendered his
resignation.
Current champ Caswell


Thompson and B.C.F.
president Kenneth Adderley
played to a harmless draw
forcing a five way tie for
fourth place. This is expected
to be resolved following
tomorrow's final round.
Standings: I Antonas M, I
Adderley 512. (; Bolisa, S. A.
Rolle 5. W. ong 5, K.
Adderley 4Wi, Kirk Ingraham
4"a. P. Kemp 41'. ('. I'liompson
4';., M Iterrar 4''. I'. Isavoussis
4. A Se rmour 4, t.
Wioldridge .', (;. Collie 3. N.
'tesaina .3, W. Seymour 2%, J.
Moxey 2"5. C. t'ooiper 2'.
Ken Ingrahaim 2. A. Bannister
tIlhe folli, ing is the, priiri s lor
tomorro\'.si ruinil[. t le first named.
players have \\haite. (C I lh,mpsii v
Kirk liigrahiam. PI Isavoussis v. P
Kemp. W. W\oing v. (;. Bolisay J
Moxey v R. wVooldridge. A. Rllec v.
I X n6t,r.tas. W. Seyrnour v \.
Bannister. MNIr I errar v Kett
ilgraham, J3 Adderle, v K
Ailerle,. A. Sevinmour \ (,. Coi-

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NOTICE
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of Coral Heights West, Coral Harbour. New Providence is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
naturalisation should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 31st day of July 1974 to The Minister responsible
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