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I VOL. LXXI No. 217 Monday, August 12, 1974 Price: 20 Cents


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Hanging

for

revenge?
By ETIENNE DUPUCH
TWO MEN will be hanged at
Fox Hill Prison tomorrow
morning for murder.
Readers of this column know
that I feel that capital
punishment is a necessary
disciplinary measure in an
organized society.
But no one has been hanged in
this island for a long time
now and the Government
has been very lenient in
dealing with vicious
criminals.
A significant fact is that a man
who was given a long
sentence for manslaughter
when he threw gasoline on
another man and burned
him to death was set free by
this Government after being
imprisoned for only a short
period of his sentence. This
man happened to be an
uncle of a member of the
Cabinet.
VICIOUS
The Alexiou case was far more
serious than the one for
which the men are to be
hanged tomorrow morning.
The two robbers who shot
Mr. Alexiou and seriously
wounded his wife in cold
blood in their own house
were not hanged. The
Government was advised by
the Advisory Committee on
the Prerogative of Mercy to
reduce the sentence to life
imprisonment. This means
that these vicious men may
be released on this
community in 15 to 20
years.
The fact that is concerning
many people ... including
myself is that the men who
committed the murder for
which they are ft l4aged
tomorrow, killed a man
during the 1972 General
Election. This murder was
tied up with politics and so
tomorrow's event has special
significance.
Many people feel ... and I share
this view ... that the decision
to. hang these men
tomorrow may be motivated
by a spirit of spite.
This Government has done so
many outrageously spiteful
things that the public is
justified in believing that
they are capable of taking
revenge even to this
extreme.
FANTASTIC
And it is frightening because it
sounds so much like the
atrocious cruelties in Russia
described in Aleksandre I.
Solzhenitsyn's fantastic
book "The Gulag
Archipelago."
I want to repeat ... I believe in
capital punishment. But I
don't believe in any act that
might savour of spite and
revenge.
And this does.
In any event ... having made
this decision, the
Government should clearly
understand that they are
now committed to a policy
of executing men in the
future who are convicted of
murder.


Threat t
"IF THOSE two Bahamians are change
the Fox Hill Prison along with th
supposedly courts of justice, will cease t"
exist," a statement purportedly issued bv
the five-month-old Twentieth Centu y
Revolutionaries organisation warn d
today.
Certain factors indicated that t e
warning may have come from so ne
Individual or group other than the
secretive TCR that had earlier declared ts
intention to overthrow the present
government.
The opposition to tomorrow 's
scheduled hanging of Philip "Polk4"
Humes and Wendel "Red" Burrows,
expressed in today's typewritten release,
was based on additional statements th t





Last


By MIKE LOTHIAN
GO VERNOR-GEN--
ERAL Sir Milo Butler,
acting on the advice of the
Attorney General, has
refused to delay
tomorrow's scheduled
hanging of two convicted
murderers and will not
forward a plea for
clemency directly to
Queen Elizabeth.
But attorneys for the two
this morning filed a petition
with the Supreme Court,
seeking a ruling that Sir Milo
must grant a stay of execution
and that he must transmit the.
clemency plea.
The petition was to be heard
in chambers by Mr. Justice
Maxwell Thompson at 2 p.m.
Slated to suffer the death
penalty early tomorrow for the
1972 murder of Raymond
Barry Major are Wendell "Red"
Burrows 25, and Philip
"Polka" Humes, 21. They are
represented by attorneys David
Bethell and L.P.J. Trenchard.
A plea for clemency was
rejected by the Advisory
Committee for the Prerogative
of Mercy, headed by Home
Affairs Minister Darrell Rolle,
and Sir Milo issued the death
warrants last week.
The attorneys sent a petition
for royal mercy to Government
House last week for forwarding
to the Queen. It was
accompanied by a second
petition asking Sir Milo to
delay the execution until the
Queen could respond.
Mr. Bethell told the The
Tribune today that in reply Sir
Milo said Attorney General
Paul L. Adderley "had ruled
that the decision of the
Minister of Home Affairs was
final on all questions relating
to the prerogative of mercy.
Acting on the advice he (Sir
Milo) could not forward the
petition to the Qeen and could
not accede to the petition for a
stay of execution.
Mr. Bethell said that in


prison if
could be libellous and the
be published.
Today's statement added
that this revolutionary mo
with killing in society, bu
injustice and the old saying
by favour."
Two facts indicate that
today's warning might have
with the group calling its
Century Revolutionaries.
Firstly, two previous,
releases have been neat
legal-size paper, and havi
writing style and accurate s
Today's statement wa
different typewriter than
previously, it was cramme
paper only three inches


two are hanged
before will not marked by poor typing and grammar and
several spelling errors including the
I that "it is not word "Twentith" for "Twentieth" and
)vement agrees "Revolutionaires" spelt incorrectly.
t that it hates Secondly, today's thinly-veiled threat
g that kisses go to destroy both the prison and the law
courts if Humes and Burrows hang
the author of appears to be opposed to the philosophy
nothing to do expressed in an earlier TCR statement.
self Twentieth The May 28 TCR statement read: "The
use of violence and force as a means of
unsigned TCR affecting needed changes can be
tly typed on considered at this time both highly
e used a clear undesirable and undemocratic ...
spen"The fundamental rights and privileges
spelling. of the Bahama people have never been
s typed on a threatened to O*e extent where was a
that one used need for democratic violence and force.
d onto a slip of TCR strongly doubts the possibility of
deep and was such a situation."


move


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Fox Hill Prison death chamber. At centre Is the trapdoor; in far right corner is the wooden
torso-shaped object used for testing the noose and the trapdoor.


asking the Supreme Court to
over-rule the Attorney General,
counsel were arguing that "the
Queen may delegate that
power (to exercise the royal
prerogative of mercy), but in
doing so she does not
relinquish her right to exercise
that power personally."
The power to exercise the
royal prerogative of mercy is
vested locally in the
Governor-General, who acts on
the advice of the Advisory
Committee.


Baby boy dies


in horror blaze


three wooden frame houses on

Emergency shuts desalination plant


By MIKE LOTHIAN
THE BLUE HILLS
desalination plant is shut down
for a week so "certain
emergency work" can be
carried out. The shut-down
Friday came only two and a
half months after five weeks of
extensive maintenance work
was completed.
Water supplies to the
island's distribution system are
being curtailed between 8 p.m.
and 5 a.m. daily, a Works
Ministry spokesman told The
Tribune.
However, most consumers
have probably noticed no
significant drop in their
supplies so far because the
Minlistry's storage capacity was



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increased earlier this year with
completion of a
one-million-gallon water
storage trank at Blue Hills.
Water is pumped from the
sources into the storage
facilities and then into the
island's distribution pipes. The
increased high-level storage
capacity is so far managing to
maintain the greater part of the
system's gravity-based pressure.
Pressure drops have so far
been reported only in isolated
areas: East Shirley Street, the
southeast sector of the island
and in some multi-storied
buildings.
The Ministry spokesman said
the desalination plant should
return to production of Friday.
He declined to identify the
"certain emergency work" that
necessitated the shut-down.
The ever-widening gap
between water supplies and
demand on New Providence
has frequently brought daily
hours-long pressure cuts and
even total supply failures
over recent years.
At best, present resources -


government and private
well-fields and the desalination
plant produce no more than
six million gallons a day.
Demand is estimated at over
nine million gallons a day.
The problem was
compounded earlier this year,
when sustained drouglit cut the
well-fields' production from
four MGD to "about three
million gallons"a day.
Then at the end of April the
desalination plant, rated
produce two MGD, was taken
out of service for what was to
have been four weeks of
routine annual maintenance.
It was five weeks before the
plant resumed operation, and a
Government Information
Services Press release revealed
that its daily production rate
was dowm to about 1.8 million
gallons.
The Ministry spokesman said
today that, prior to Friday's
shut-down production had
been steadily rising and was
again at the rated capacity of
two MGD. .
He declined to say whether


the recent rains have had any
effect on production from the
well-fields.
He declined comment also
on the status of the new
reverse osmosis plant at Lake
Killarney, designed to produce
500,000 gallons of fresh water
a day by processing the lake's
brackish water.
When the project was
announced late last year work
was slated to begin in January
and completion was scheduled
for around June.
But at the end of May work
on converting a former BEC
sub-station on the Airport
Road to accommodate the
plant had only just begun.
Intake and output pipes were
on the site but had not yet
been connected.
Initial delays are believed to
have been the result of late
arrival of plant specifications
from the American
manufactures. Without
specifications the Ministry was
unable to plan related civil
engineering on the site.


The mother of the dead
child reportedly went to the
U.S. Consul's office this
morning on business and left
her son along with his sister in
the care of Lucille Lebeur, a
Haitian neighbour.
Miss Lebeur told The
Tribune that she was on the
porch sewing and after a while
found out that she needed
more thread. She put the little
boy to sleep and went to a
Market Street store to buy the
thread.
When she returned home, the
houses were on fire. Both
children were in the house and
a gentleman rushed in and
threw the girl to Mrs. Louise
Saunders, a neighbor who was
standing watching the fire.
The fire spread so rapidly
however, nobody was able to
save the little boy.
The lady in whose keeping
the children were left and who
lived in the same yard, was
beaten by a Haitian woman
who tore her dress off and
accused her of lighting the
stove and going out while it
was lighted.
The three houses were
owned by Mr. Ivan Wallace
who is presently in New York
attending the Elks Convention.


Wharf

statue

unveiled
A STATUE in honour of
and depicting the loyalty and
sacrifice of the Afro-Baham-
ian woman was unveiled by
Deputy Prime Minister
Arthur Hanna yesterday in a
short ceremony at the
entrance to the Prince George
Wharf.
Cat Island M. P. Oscar
Johnson introduced a
resolution in the House for
approval in March 1969 that
sought to have a monument
erected depicting the hard
times through which the
Afro-Bahamian women have
come with "measureless love,
sacrifice and devotion."
Speaking, at yesterday's
ceremony, Mr. Johnson said:
"It is unfortunate that there
.,ae still many Bahamian
Swomen who work today
under hard social and
economic conditions."
He admitted that such a
statement might not have
been proper on an occasion
such as yesterday's ceremony
but charged that many
Bahamian women were being
pinched by "a shortage of
food."
Minister Livingstone Coakley
said he was convinced there
was nothing good and
worthwhile in the country
that had been brought about
without the aid of the
Bahamian women "who
have always acted with love,
understanding and dignity.
"No human sacrifice and
self denial were too great for
the women of the Bahamas to
go through in order for their
sons and daughters to achieve
success," he said.
He described the Bahamian
woman as standing at the
forefront of social and
political change.
The statue was the idea of
Mr. Edward Carey of the
Bahamas Oil Refining
Company. Mr. Carey said
yesterday that BORCO was
looking for a way in which it
could show its appreciation
to the Bahamian people and
the Government for the
services rendered "and the
best way we felt we could do
this was to provide the funds
for this statue," he said.
The statue which stands at
the entrance to Prince George
Wharf was sculptured by
70-year-old American
professor, Randolph Johnson,
of Abaco.
Pictured: Deputy Prime
Minister A.D. Hanna and
Education Minister
Livingstone Coakley inspect
the inscription beneath the
statue.


SHOTGUN


VICTIM


IS 'FAIR'


ALTHOUGH the entire left
side of Ted LaFleur's jaw is
torn away by the shotgun blast
that ripped his neck early
Saturday morning in a gas
station robbery, he was listed
in "fair condition" by hospital
authorities this morning.
But Ted's mother told The
Tribune that his family want to
take him to the United States
for treatment because the
doctors here say they cannot
operate on him. I
She said her son was also
suffering from chest pains and
"popped blood vessels." If the
doctors operate on him they
said he will probably bleed to
death, she said.
"The only hope," she said,
"is that the doctors hope that
the (shotgun) pellets will
eventually work themselves
out."
LaFleur, a Golden Gates
estate resident and a service
station attendant at Shell's
East Bay premises, was shot in
his face and neck early
Saturday when an unmasked
gunman demanded he and his
assistant Samuel Dill, 19, "pass
over the money."
LaFleur, 23, was sitting at
his desk at the station at
around 4 a.m. Saturday
strumming his guitar when the

Defence


gunman in his early twenties
walked in.
At gunpoint LaFleur handed
over all the cash in his pockets,
about $600.
He offered no resistance.
The robber backed away and
when he reached the office
door he paused just long
enough to fire a blast at the
young attendant before turning
and running away, escaping
through a side turning just west
of the gas station.
Dill said that the blast struck
Ted in the left side of his face
and neck and when he saw him
bleeding so much he rushed
out to East Bay Street and
flagged down a passing car
which rushed them to hospital.
LaFleur was admitted to the
intensive care unit of the
hospital but yesterday morning
at 9:35 he was transferred to
the male surgical ward. His
condition is still very poor. He
is not able to eat or talk.
He has lost a considerable
amount of blood in fact he
was given a quart of blood as
soon as he reach hospital.
Dill recognized the gunman
as the young man who came
into the gas station the night
before and although he was
able to give police a complete
description, no arrest has been
made so far.

makes


closing address
THE DISAPPEARANCE of Smith is expected to
a $300,000 bag of hashish summation of t
from the Criminal Investigation sometime tomorrow.
Department storeroom- Mr. Dupuch, as
featured prominently today in junior counsel
Ie closing address of defence Dunco be, oppmed
attorney Hon. Eugene Dupuch, argument by teliI
Q.C. *a the trial of six male jurors
American seamen neared its "right-thinking peoi
end in the Supreme Court. community are a|
Mr. Dupuch, addressing on traffic in dangerous
behalf of Capt. Terry H. "You and I are a
Daniels, cook, Eddie Edwards; he said, "bu
Chief engineer, Louis right-thinking pers
Tomiselli. first engineer pride in our law an
Richard Bennett: second that every man is
engineer, Arnold Zuckerman until proven guilty."
and chief mate Jack Kubatz It was his conte
charged that the bag had been the Crown has not
stolen from the centre of the case against the men
C.I.D.
He charged that "the fact He said that the p
that the bag is missing proves was obliged to prow
my case ... the simplest thing in men were in posse
the world." dangerous drug, and
The six men were arrested at had it while
Little Sturrup Cay on April 12 Commonwealth
after police and customs Bahamas.
officers found a $15-million "You cannot co
hashish cache in one of the person for an offer
cabins aboard their 150 foot place outside of the
freighter. he said and in c
All six have pleaded not reminded them tha
guilty, seamen were towed
lie told jurors sitting on the Sturrup Cay on Api
case in its third week that the Coast Guard cutter
prosecution, led by the disabled.
Solicitor General T. Langton
Hilton had insisted that the BAG SNATCH
men loaded the hashish onto
the "Sea Trader" while it was A female tourist
at an anchorage off the coast handbag snatched b
of Ceuta, Spain. youth while visiting
This was not what the next to Holiday I
defence were alleging in the Paradise Isaland
evidence of Tomiselli who said weekend.
he had the $15-million worth The woman
of hashish loaded on the screaming at the b
freighter at the dock in Ceuta. him to return he]
"Mr Hilton insists that they turned around and
were loaded on from a "leave me alone c
row-boat ... he should'n think you"
it so strange that Tomiselli said
it was loaded at the dock The youth then
because somebody took a bag change purse which
of this stuff from all of those few dollars in it, frc
policemen in the C.I.D ... if and threw the han
they can get a bag like that out The handbag con
of the C.I.D. without anybody wallet with oqyer S
knowing, it proves they could
have gotten it out of Ceuta." DEATH OF MRS
Trial judge Mr. Justice James VANRIA GIBSO


Death of Mrs M. Forsythe
MRS. MAUDE Forsythe, --
(pictured) aged 97, died at
her home in Palmdale at 5
p.m. Saturday.
Funeral services will be
held at St. Thomas More
Church, Palmdale, at 6 p.m.
tomorrow. Burial will be in
Ebenezer cemetery.
Mrs. Forsythe is survived
by Mrs. Vera Curry, Mrs.
Hilary Cancino, Mr. Larry
Laine Forsythe and Ezra
Forsythe, all of Nassau, Mrs.
Corita Desabrals of Montreal
and Mr. H. M. Taylor and
Scott Taylor of Miami, 46
grandchildren, 57
great-grandchildren and two
great-great-grandchildren.


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MRS. VANKIA King
Gibson, daughter of Mrs.
Elizabeth Blanche King and the
late Major Charles King died in
New York on Friday.
She is survived by her
widower, Noel Charles Gibson,
her son, Anthony, a brother
and four sisters including Mrs.
Robert Dillette of Nassau.
Funeral services are to be
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THE TRIBUNE --- Monday, August 12, 1974


PARIS A French
customs launch today fired
on a Panama-registered
freighter after the ship
refused to halt inside French
waters, maritime officials
reported.
British coast guards later
reported that the freighter
Dani was under French guard
and headed for the port of
Finisterre in northwestern
France.
mgigg


JACKIE ONASSIS
Big game pictures
JACKIE KENNEDY
Onassis and her two children
Caroline. 16 and John 14, left
Nairobi of Saturday for big
game country in northern
Kenya.

POLICE captured a
250 o.und Himalayan sun
bear on the staircase of a
coded tenement in one of
the most congested areas of
Hong Kong.
Its owner could not be
found, so authorities said
they would ship the animal to
a zoo in Taipei, which has
offered it a hom"

SOMETHING new in child
training? A woman arrested
here on drug-smuggling
charges told federal agents
shI frequently let her
20-month-old daughter
Jamaica Naomi Russo puff on
marijuana cigarettes.
"It makes her giggle,"
Mary K. Russo. 23 was
quoted as saying.
Mrs. Russo and two men
were arrested in Miami
Saturday after the agents said
they found an estimated
$500,000 worth of cocaine
" strapped under h*r clothes.


WASHINGTON President
Ford is not expected to name
his choice for Vice Presidenti
when he makes his address
tonight to Congress and the
nation.
But aides say his first major
speech will outline his plans
and call for national unity and
support in tackling such major
problems as inflation.
The three television
networks will televise Ford's
speech at nine p.m. I 1)T 18
[ST) and it will be carried on
radio.
Meanwhile, organized
labour's chief spokesman.
George Meany, has pledged the
full cooperation of the
13,500,000 members of the
AlL (IO in "meeting the grave
and serious problems the
nation faces."
White House sources predict
that President Ford will insist


shortly on major economies in
the Pentagon and that this will
come about despite his
previous staunch defence
spending.
The source says Ford is
expected to request that the
I'entagon trim as much as one
billion and a half dollars from
its budget, perhaps by
cutting the number of
personnel below levels planned
by the Nixon administration.
Yesterday, Ford attended
church services and heard a
special prayer for his success as
America's cheit executive.
With his wife, Betty, and
daughter, Susan, 17, Ford
drove from his suburban home
to the nearb. Immanuel
Church-on-the-llill, the
I:piscopal church he has
attended for many years.
There the Rev. William L.
Dols jr. read a special prayer


asking that God give Ford "the
strength, the spirit ... the
wisdom ... to act for the good
of all people."
"Help Gerald to know he is
not alone, he is one of us," he
prayed. ... "Grant us peace,
your most precious gift."
The Rev. Patricia M. Park,
assistant to the rector, offered
a special prayer for Richard M.
Nixon, whose resignation
Friday elevated Ford to the
presidency.
In his sermon the Rev. Dols
referred to the surge of
events and said America now
needs "to pick up the pieces."
This can be done, he said,
"with God's help and with
honest talk with one another."
Upon leaving the church,
Ford called the sermon "really
beautiful" and told the rector
"it was a wonderful prayer and
sermon."


Will the full Watergate



story be told now?


WASIIINGTON Richard
M. Nixon has left the White
House but his tapes remain and
they pose a question President
Gerald Ford may have to
answer early in his
administration.
Will the new president
choose to make public the full
story of Watergate to the
extent it exists on the t.ipi,' ,
One of the first questions
asked President Ford's Press
Secretary. Jerald I terl h)rst at
his first news briefing on
Friday was what had happened
to the tapes.
"The tapes are still in the
White Hlouse." relied
terilorst.
B u t ul nan swered was
whether any attempt would be
made to determine if the
hundreds of tapes subpoenaed
while N,'iin was President
would be reviewed to
determine if they contain
material relevant to the
Watergate investigations.
The Senate Watergate
Committee once tried to
subpoena tapes of 500
presidential conversations, a
demand so sweeping there was


Reportsfrom AP never much chance the courts


would support IL.
There remains sentiment on
Capitol Hill for getting the full
story out. though without the
trauma of continuing (he
impeachment proceedings.
SOME OF the nation s
leading legal figures disagreed
Sunday about whether Nixon
should be prosecuted for
alleged Watergate crimes
It was uncertain, on the eve
of the 97th annual convention
o t the Amierican Bar
Association, whether the issue
would come up for formal
debate.
In pre -convent ion
discussions, there were
co inflicting opinions on
whether Nixon had been
punished enough by becoming
the first president to resign the
office.
Former Atty. Gen. Elliot
Richardson opposed criminal
prosecution of Nixon.
I think that as a matter of
discretion hie should not be
pi)secuted iand I hope that an
understanding to that effect
could be accomplished,"
Richardson said


NIXON intends generally to
maintain a shield of privacy
over personal activities as he
winds down affairs remaining
from his presidency and
ponders the future.
Although Nixon "looks on
this as a private time," an aide
said, "he will follow
developments not only
domestically but in the world."
He said Nixon had not
talked to President Ford since
leaving Washington on Friday,
but added: "I'm sure that he
will."
More than 24 hours of
silence from Nixon's 26-acre
oceanfront estate here ended
late Saturday afternoon when a
former top White House aide
who flew here with Nixon
agreed to meet with newsmen.
But he requested that his name
not be used.
Asked to characterize the
mood of Nixon after these first
days since he resigned the
presidency, the aide paused at
length, then said: "I think one
wav to answer that is he has
been busy in terms of reading
and working on some of the
matters I refer to."
Those matters include
massive correspondnece,
transfer of a 5Va2-year
accumulation of Nixon papers
and establishment of both a
short-term transition staff and
then a long-term office
operation to which former
presidents are entitled.
The aide also described
Nixon this way: "I would say
his spirits are good; he is not
downcast."
FORD enters the presidency
with a net financial worth of
about a quarter of a million
dollars, barely a fourth of the
personal wealth his predecessor
reported last year.
A financial statement
released during Ford's vice
p-esidential confirmation
hearings last fall listed his net
worth, the balance of his assets
and liabilities, as $256,378.


Then he returned to his
home, pausing on the sidewalk
to tell newsmen he would be
meeting with U.S. Secretary of
State Henry Kissinger after a
late breakfast of "waffles and
sour cream."
Asked if he would be fixing
the waffles himself, he laughed
and said: "they wouldn't eat
them if I did."


THE QUEEN standing
beside Oscar Nemon's bust of
Sir Winston Churchill when
she vqited the Churchill
Centenary Exhibition at
Somerset House, London
recently. The exhibition is
open to the public until
September 30.
The main part of the
exhibition is devoted to Sir
Winston's long and eventful
career, and many of the
personal possessions, pictures
and manuscripts have never
been seen by the public
before.
It has been organised by
the Churchill Centenary Trust
as part of its campaign to
raise "a million pounds from


a million people."
The money will support
and increase the activities of
the two memorials to Sir
Winston-Churchill College,
Cambridge, and the Winston
Churchill Memorial Trust
which provides fellowships
for study outside Britain.
The exhibition also
provides an opportunity to
see the recently restored Fine
Rooms of Somerset House
which are now open to the
public for the first time
almost 150 years.
They were the original
rooms of the Royal Academy
and were decorated to the
design of Sir William
Chambers in 1776.


JUMBO 'BLACKED'


PERTH. Australia
Members of the Transport
Workers Union today stopped
the departure of a British
airliner which was to return to
Moscow a young Soviet
violinist who had said he
wanted to stay in Australia.
Union members, apparently
unhappy with the way
18-year-old Georgi Ermolenko
was talked into going home,
declared the British Airways
jumbo jet "black" at Perth
airport.
The declaration meant that
no other labour union member
could help get the airliner
underway.


The big jet stayed on the
runway, stranding several
hundred other passengers
bound for Singapore and
London. Ermolenko had gone
aboard the plane at 6.30 p.m.
local time. When the union ban
was announced I'rmnolenko and
the other passengers were stuck
in Perth.
On Sunday the young
violinist had asked to sta mi
Western Australia during his
visit with a group of Soviet
musicians. Monday he told
newsmen he did not like life at
home. But later in thime. day ihe
changed his mind after
interviews-with Soviet officials.


Bus hijackers grab $3,000


CAMARILLO Three
gunmen hijacked a greyhound
bus en route from Los Angeles
to San Francisco yesterday,
robbing the 34 passengers and
sexually assaulting a
I 6-year-old girl, authorities
said.
The gunmen escaped in a
getaway car, driven by an
accomplice who apparently
had been following the bus.
Authorities said the three
mien boarded the bus in north
HIollywood. When it
approached the Ventura
county line. they pulled out
handguns and a sawed-off rifle.
She gunmen took about



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restroom where she was
sexually assaulted, deputies
reported.
They said a man and a child


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gunman, but both declined
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The gunmen ordered the bus
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MADRID Women
matadors will be allowed in
Spanish bullrings for the first
time in 38 years, the Spanish
Government said.
The new ruling allow
women the same right as men
to challenge a bull on foot.
Portuguese bull fighter Jos
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Barcelona.
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GENEVA Turkey and Greece, still sharply divided over the
political future of Cyprus, today studied a British compromise
plan to form a "patchquilt" of Greek and Turkish Cypriot
cantons on the island.
While Turkish Foreign Minister Turan Gunes insisted that the
Cyprus peace talks must consider Ankara's plan for communal
division of the island if it is to move forward, Turkish sources
said the British plan was being considered by Ankara.
An unofficial Turkish source, said the British compromise
might "offer a way out" of the political stalemate.
Greek Foreign Minister
George Mavros, while not
rejecting the British plan
outright, believed there should
be a "more subtle and loose
form" of governing the island
republic than the British
scheme, official Greek sources
said.
In opposing Turkey's plan
for two federated states on the
island, Mavros is reported to
have told Gunes that Greece,
Turkey and Britain, as
guarantors of c yprus
independence, had no right to
impose a political solution on
the Cypriots.
Delegation sources said tht
despite the differences there
Swas general agreement that the
4 ? 'Greek and Turkish Cypriot
leaders be given tine to work
out a new structure of
government among themselves
But the Turks were holding
out for a set of basic principles
. ,on the island's future that
would provide for federation, a
'Turkish source said, adding
"Turkey can afford to wait We
have 40,000 troops on the
island." (AP)






























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THE TRIBUNE ---- Monday, August 12, 1974


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
GRAND CAYMAN, August 4. I am writing this article in
George Town on August 4th but there is no urgency about it
because it only concerns the runour that the government would
buy several hotels at Cable Beach This rumour has now become
an accomplished fact.
I read about it on the "Americas" page in today's Miami
Herald which reported that the government had bought the
Sonesta Beach for $10.6 millions, the [rmerald Beach Hlotel for
$4.8 millions and the Halcyon Balmoral Beach for S3.5 millions.
The Herald further reported that the government had also
agreed to purchase land adjacent to the Sonesta Beach for
possible future development ... and that plans were already under
way for the development of a major tourism centre at Cable
Beach.
It is believed that these plans will include the erection of a
convention hall and the opening of a gambling casino.
I don't know what the government's policy on casino gambling
in the future is likely to be but any great concentration of casino
operations of Cable Beach will certainly affect other hotels in the
isianas such as the Sheraton British Colonial in the city which,
like other hotels in the island, has not been a profitable operation
for a long time.
Now that it would appear that government is definitely
committed to pledging the future of the Bahamian people to
gambling operations, they will .need to produce a well-balanced
plan. Otherwise the whole undertaking might prove to be like a
punctured rubber ball.
Every child has had experience with a punctured rubber ball.
When it is pressed on one side an indentation is made in the ball.
Pressed on the other side to push the indentation out ... it will go
out all right, but then another indentation is made on de side
where the second pressure is applied.
I am not going into the question of desirability of casino
gambling. Some of the churches ... and especially the large Baptist
community ... have lodged a strong protest against the
continuation of gambling in the islands when the present contract
with the casinos at Freeport and at Paradise Island expires.
This is a job for ministers of the gospel, most of whom have
been shockingly and disgracefully weak in dealing with the
present government. And so I don't propose to do their job for
them.
But there can be no doubt about it ... large scale casino
gambling changes the whole character of any community ... and it
certainly doesn't attract the type of "quality" tourist that made
tourism a successful operation in the Bahamas in former years.
Despite all the figures published by the Ministry of Tourism.
the whole pattern of the nation's top industry has undergone a
complete change in the last few years. The numbers may still be
coming but the "quality" of business has degenerated to a
shocking level.
Certainly Bay Street, the main shopping thoroughfare of the
island, is no longer attractive. It is crowded, dirty, and looks like
a junk pile. If the government wants to do a real service to
tourism they will build a centre on the site of the old market,
recently destroyed by fire, large enough to accommodate all the
women who are engaged in the straw business.
The straw business is important to a large section of our
working people. Judging from the appearance of Bay Street
today, thousands of women must.be engaged in this enterprise.
These women deserve better accommodation than has been
provided for them in the past ... and certainly Bay Street needs to
be relieved of the congestion that it has displayed for a long time,
especially since the market fire.
Whatever the government may do, these women must be
provided a place in the heart of the town where the tourist
circulates and not at Fort Charlotte, as was foolishly suggested
not long ago.
I was interested in the prices the hotels brought. Both the
Emerald Beach and the Balmoral had been highly successful
operations under the U.B.P. government. The Sonesta EUach has
been a failure from the day it opened its doors. And yet the
Sonesta brought more than double the price of the Emerald and
three times the Balmoral.
I suppose that this was hard bargaining on the part of the
Sonesta people. The hotel was on the verge of bankruptcy. It had
fixed a date for closing its doors. The government couldn't afford
to let this happen. And so the Sonesta's owners were in a position
to push a hard bargain.
On the other hand, it is clear from the prices for which the
owners of the Emerald and the Balmoral sold that they were
anxious for a way out of a losing proposition for which they
could see no hope in the immediate future. They were ready to
get out at any price.
Now the government are in the hotel business they will find
themselves presented with new problems which I hope they will
be. able to face.
Contributing to the failure of the hotel business in the islands
is the fact that the government's Bahamianization policy forced
the hotels to put local people in positions for which they were
not qualified. Instead of reversing this policy the government will
now have to extend it still further.
This whole situation has been brought to a head in recent
months because the hotels have been losing so much money that
they were obliged to reduce staff and so me of then closed
altogether. The situation was such that the tourist industry was
heading for a crash this sununmmer.
Hotel staff that was laid off appealed to government foielp in
bringing pressure on the owners of the hotels to give them jobs. It
was proposed to send a delegation to the owners of the Emerald
in Texas but the owners promptly made it clear that this would
be a waste of time and money. The hotel was losing money ... too
much money ... and they were phasing out.
This is really tragic. This is the kind of pressure that investors
in the colony should have brought on the government when it
started its repressive policies seven and a half years ago. Instead,
they have waited until government policy has destroyed the


industry ... and now they have thrown the bastard child into the
lap of the government!
Despite the spread of Socialism in the world, it is a generally
accepted fact that governments cannot operate businesses
successfully.
I can only hope for the sake of the country ... and especially
the people employed in the hotel industry ... that the government
will be able to give them all the jobs they have now lost.

I am particularly interested in the failure of the Sonesta Beach
Hotel.
It is no secret that there had been a long-standing feeling of
hostility between the late Sir Stafford Sands. who promoted the
tourist business into a major operation, and the Alan Butlers of
Butler's Bank.
The feeling was so deep that it was reported at one time that
Shirley Butler, second daughter of the late Sir Harry Oakes, might
contest the City seat in the House of Assembly occupied by Sir
Stafford.
It was reported at the time that this conflict arose from the
fact that Sir Stafford thwarted a desire of the Butlers to build a
hotel on a part of the golf course owned by the Oakes estate.
Whatever the cause of the conflict might have been, it ran
sufficiently deep for the Butlers to become committed to the



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THE TRIBUNE .... Monday, August 12, 1974


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P.L.P. cause.
They lived to see the U.B.P. wiped out. Sir Staftord Sands is
now dead.
They built up Butler's Bank. They became involved in the
General Bahamian Companies which controlled many of the
major businesses in the island. And they were behind the
company that, with Sir Stafford Sands removed, built the Sonesta
Beach Hotel on the seaside section of the golf course at Cable
Beach.
In the process, even Westboume was torn down. This place was
of some historic value because it was the house in which Sir Harry
Oakes was murdered.
Look around you today. What has happened to this great
Butler empire?
According to The Wall Street Journal, the Butlers may stand to
lose $3 million in a deal they made with Robert Vesco. The story
in the Journal reported that it was Butler's Bank that staked out
Vesco in one of his early operations. But the paper went on to
say that, despite their recent losses, the Butlers will be able to eat
regularly because Shirley Butler is a part of the Oakes fortune.
This action by government in buying three hotels at Cable
Beach might be regarded as a second step in the P.L.P.'s desire to
get complete control of Bahamian life.
In two of his earliest speeches after the P.L.P. took over the
government the Prime Minister made his main objectives clear.
The tirst was to change the complexion of Bay Street. The
second was for his group to get control of economic power in the
country.
The people gave them political power as a free gift. They are
now moving into economic power. This is something that calls for
great judgment and ingenuity, qualities that come with hard
work, honesty and experience.
Time will tell whether they possess these rare human qualities.
If they don't ... then God help the Bahamas and the Bahamian
people.
FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: I have been thinking about the
hotel situation in the Bahamas.
Yesterday a friend in the Caymans asked me if I would be
interested in buying $50,000 worth of shares in a hotel at Exuma
for $250. He said an American here wants to sell these shares at
.ny .price as a tax deal.
The reason the man gives for wanting to sell is that the hotel
has never paid any dividends. But if it were sold again the holder
of these shares might clean up. He represented it as a $250
gamble for $50,000.
It would seem to me that the very fact that he has drawn no
dividends from his investment is the best form of tax advantage in
the U.S.
Does all this mean the end of foreign investment in business
enterprises in the Bahamas?
li a business man had bought the three hotels now owned by
the government he would close one or two of them.down during
the unprofitable period of the year and follow Bermuda's
example of trying to build up a better clientele at higher room
rates.
But the government can't do this. The labour unions would be
around their necks like a ton of bricks.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Believe it or not:-- ROBERT RIPLEY


CAPITAL P1
EDITOR The Tribune,
As a young Bahamian, I am
very concerned about the
hanling scheduled for Aug.
13th. This death sentence
meted out to the murderers of
(Barry) Major reflects very
definitely certain odious and
dangerous sicknesses saturating
our apuntry relative to religion
(morality) and politics, the two
most foreful components of
our society.
I question the course that
the aw has followed in this
mur er case. Has, as far as is
hum inly possible this case
been a fair and just one
with ut political prejudices
and hang-ups and with due
con ideration to the strong and
oh so Christian attitude of
Bat umians?
gain, I question. Are we,
Bat amians, human beings
like aing ourselves to Christ and
stri ing for true Christianity
(lo e justice and goodness) or
are we dehumanized beings? If
yo answer yes to the first half
of he second question, you
the owe it to this country to
see that justice is executed and
that these men are not hanged.
If you answer yes to the
second half of the second
question, I suggest that you
look deeply into this society of
ours and destroy the forces
that are daily dehumanizing us
I do not hesitate to say that
I am extremely opposed to
capital punishment. I strongly
believe that no group of human
beings have the right to sit and
pass a death sentence on a
fellow being. Capital
punishment, be it hanging, the
electric chair or the gas
chamber, to me is utterly cruel,
inhumane and definitely out of
order for a country professing
the philosophy of Christ and
interested in the progress of
humanity.
I contend that this country
of ours is seriously sick
degenerative when the popular
feeling among the people is to
hang a man simply to justify
the murder of another. I ask
my fellow Bahamians, where is
your Christianity now when it
is most needed? You do not
and cannot justify one murder
by committing another. Will
the murdered man be brought
back to life and will his family
regain him? What, therefore, is
the purpose or rationale to
killing again The Bible
dictates: "Thou Shalt Not
Kill." This is one of the laws of
the land that Jesus Christ came
to fulfil as he himself said.
This commandment clearly
makes no concessions or
modifications to the word
"kill" such as 'Thou shalt not
kill, but do so in order to
justify a premeditated murder
or to prevent other murders.'
To kill another human being
for any reason is tb'eaking this
commandment.


Criminals should be


JNISHMENT
The two murderers have
shown us that they care
nothing for their fellowman
and the value of another
human being's life. But can we
sincerely and honestly
dehumanize ourselves in a
similar manner by approving of
and allowing two subsequent
killings and deprivations of life.
We ourselves become
blood-thirsty murderers in
thought and feeling if -not in
direct action. The line' is so
very very thin between us as
murderers and the other
murderers.
I would like to add that I do
not pretend or profess to be a
Christian: However, I feel that
my opposition to this hanging
is much more Christ-like and
godly than my fellow
hypocritical Bahamians who
swear they are Christians every
Sunday but are now savagely
demanding the blood of
another human being. Did not
Jesus. the son of God, shed his
blood and die on the cross to
save sinners and all of
mankind? Let God and Christ
then be the sole judges on the
lives of these men.
In my opinion, Christianity
it continuously used as a tool
politically and individually in
this country for purposes of
convenience and expediency
rather than as an end in itself.
One must live and breathe d
religion daily during every
minute of life. Just what has
happened to the Christian
principles of our country at a
time when they are desperately
needed? I suggest strongly that
Bahamian Christians review
their Christian beliefs and
teachings and try so much
harder to be more consistent
and less hypocritical.
It frightens me to hear our
religious leaders so silent on
this matter. Why haven't they
taken a moral stand. Every
Sunday they are preaching the
mighty word of God. I could
assume from this appalling
silence that the word of God is
not so all-powerful even in the
face of man-made laws. I could
assume that these leaders are
not so certain of their own
faith in Christ and his
teachings. There are many
assumptions I could make but I
want to know why when
religious guidance is so
necessary, there is no word, a
vacuum and complete lack of
Christian direction. This
weakness, hypocrisy and
religious inconsistency is
revolting.
From a political point of
view in the light of this
murder, my hopes for this
country under the present
government and political
system are heavily threatened.
I want to know just what role
petty politics had played in
determining the execution of
these youths. I tend to believe


I"
. . ,. ,


this decision reeks of political
bias and victimization.
Are these two condemned
men merely scape-goats for an
intricately and complexly
involved political situation that
bean during the 72 elections"
Is the hanging a concerted
effort to demoralize the
opposition party? Have these
men been sentenced to death
under humane and just laws or
because of the fancy of the
powers that be? I wonder what
the sentence would have been
if these murderers were P.L.P
members?
I feel very sorry for all the
lackeys of this government
who are maJe to believe that
this exevitmion is the only just
and right course of action I
urge Bahamians to take a closer
look at the people in whom
they have invested power
I do not hesitate to say that
this particular murder reflects
well the condition and
standard of our politics here in
the Bahamas. I contend that
the political leaders have
encouraged the over emotional
and hyper-sensitive attitude of
the Bahamian electorate
towards politics The low and
petty level of our politics has
become a menace and danger
to our very lives Did these
leaders try to discourage the
We need leaders who will
educate our minds and will
appeal to us intellectuall
rather than mystify and reduce
us to mere emotions. It is clear
that we lack the proper
leadership. This murder could
have been avoided.
Many people believe that
this hanging will act as a
positive deterrent to future
murders. I don't believe that
this is so for as long as social,
economic and political
conditions remain the way
they are stagnant and
oppressive to the poor there
will be crime murders. I
believe that due to the
increasing crime wave at this
particular time, the powers
that he find it expedient to
hang these two men to serve as
vandalism that occurred during
the 72 elections? Or did they
encourage it through their
inactivity and inability to
openly oppose this vandalism?
Out of petty, corrupt and
violent politics comes the
complementary acts the
murder of Major. I firmly
believe that a deterrent to this
type of murder would be the
elevation of our politics above
the,,emotional, petty, immature
and: cruel conditions that now
permeate it. Page 5, Col. 5


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EDITOR The Tribune,
There is much dispute about
the hanging ol these two men,
Philip Humes and Wendel
Burrows. So I am asking your
permission to allow me space
in your columns to write of
this matter for it seems to me
since this government has got
into power that the law has
become very slack and
government don't seem to
know their duty any more
These men and many others
who have done this crime
should be hanged and not given
any mercy because they did
not show mercy.
Even the Governor General
(Sir Milo Butler) has failed to
sign a release for the hanging of
those who have committed
such crimes.
As I walked down Bay
Street Friday morning I saw
some young men with placards
walking up and down saying
they disagree with the hanging
of these two men and carrying
placards reading 'Let God
judge all men,' and *V'h' Las
given Society the right ic kill '
But let us turn -o the
Scriptures and see what it says
about those who disagree with
the law and what the law says
about those who disagree with
the law and what the law sa.s
about those that murder and
take people's lives.
Proverbs 28 chapter, verse 5
reads: Evil men understand not
judgements, but they that seek
the Lord understand all things.
Verse 4 tells us: They that
forsake the law praise the
wicked, but such as keep the
law contend with them.
In Timothy chapter 1 verse
5 reads: Now the end of the
commandments is charity out
of a pure heart and of a good
conscience and of faith
unfeigned.
In Proverbs chapter 28 verse
9: He that turneth away his ear
from hearing the law even his
prayer shall be an abomination.
Timothy chapter 1 verses
8-10: But we know that the
law is good if a man use it
lawfully: knowing this that the
law is not made for a righteous
man, but for the lawless and
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IN THE MATTER OF
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Pursuant to the provisions of Section 142 of The
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of the above named Company is hereby called jo
be held at the offices of Graham, Thompson & Co.
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E. Bower Carty, Chairman
of the World Scout Bureau,
presents the certificate of
charter membership in the
Wrold Scout Bureau to John
Phillpot, Chief Commissioner
of the Scout Association of
the Bahamas. From left:
Salvadore Fernandez, Deputy
Secretary General of the
World Scout Bureau; Mr.
Carty; Mr. Phillpot; William
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goods in last month's
disastrous Straw Market fire
continues to grow. Last
Wednesday representatives
from the Gospel Bells Choir
presented Straw Vendors
Union president Diana


Pemberton, President of the
Bahamas Association;
Maitland Cates, Executive
Scout Commissioner at
Freeport; Danny Tynes,
Headquarters Commissioner
and John Davis, Headquarters
Commissioner. Edrick Hall,
Headquarters Commissioner
for the Bahamas Sea Scouts is
not pictured.


Thompson (centre) with a
cheque for $100. Pictured
from left: Mrs. Geraldine
Sands, a member of the
Gospel Bells; Mrs. Telcena
Albury, treasurer of the
Straw Vendors Union; Mrs.
Thompson; Mrs. Theedore
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THE Scout Auociation of the Commonwealth of the Ba amas
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Tuesday at a general session of the ninth annual Inter-An erican
Scout Conference in Miami Beach Florida.
John Philpol Chief increase its membe p to
Commissioner of the Bahamas 1,000 members by the end of
Scout Association, accepted 1974 and to double tha figure
the Charter on behalf of the by the end of 1975.
Bahamas delegation and said,
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Commonwealth',... -of the representing cout
Bahamas in 197I? one of the Associations from 28 co tries
world's newest,-ations, the attended the wee -long
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member of the World Scout
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new inspiration, new SA 'E II
challenges, new leadership, new


eiiccuveness and new grown.
Charter membership in the
World Scout Bureau entitles
the Bahamas Association to
equal voting rights with all
other member nations.

Mr. Phillpot noted that there
are currently 856 boys actively
participating in Boy Scouts in
the Bahamas, and that the
Bahamas Association hopes to


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said today that an incr sing
number of traffic fatal es is
causing grave coi cem
throughout the Con non-
wealth of The Bahamas.
Motorists and pedestrui>
are reminded to take extreme
care when on the streets.
Listed are a few reminders by
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before turning.
Check rear view mirror
carefully.
Make sure that rear lights
headlights brakes and
-* widshield wipers are in proper
working order.
Reduce speed when
approaching comers.
Obey speed limits.
Drive attentively observe
traffic lights and stop signs.
Don't drive too close
behind cars; stay one car
length behind for every 10
miles of speed.
Leave in enough time for
your appointment so you can
avoid the "hurry."


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Remember that there are
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The Corolla 1200 comes in a
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These two deluxe models
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The two-door and four-door
sedans are equipped with vinyl
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seats and the padded
instrument panel with
glare-free gauges.
They are also equipped with
a console-mounted two-speed
automatic transmission, stereo
tape player, collapsible steering
column. Front disc brakes cost
a bit extra on all Sedan models
but they add to your added
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Seats in the front are
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and back even when driving
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Full-reclining type front
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all coupe models. The
semi-reclining type is on the
two and four-door sedans and
station wagons. Every front
seat adjusts fore and aft up to
6.3 inches, so even the tallest
person can sit in relaxed
comfort with plenty of
legroom.
The Corolla's instrument
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and guages are located with the
driver in mind. These include
deeply recessed gauges covered
with cone-type, glare-free
plastic, easily identifiable
functionally located control
knobs, illuminated
heater/defroster controls on
heater equipped models.
The sedan's and coupe's
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provide more useful space, and
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of the way underneath, and a
complete tool kit and sturdy
jack are installed in the luggage
compartment as standard
equipment.
One of the greater values
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quality. Toyota takes care in
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craftsmanship, computerized
quality control and tough
inspections.
The Corolla's body shell is
dipped completely in an
anti-corrosive solution before it
is painted and its unit
construction ensures tight
seals; which means it stays rust


4-door Sedans and 2-door Coupes. Some with auto. trans., some with
air conditioner. Radio.

4-door Sedans, all with auto. trans., some with air conditioner.
Radio.


CORONA MK. II 4-door Sedans and 2-door Coupes, all with both auto. trans. and air
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From Page 3
a lesson to other possible
crimes. Has the government
made a serious attempt to
change these oppressive social
conditions that make these
crimes possible?
To me Bahamians are in
serious danger of losing their
objectivity and rationale.
What exactly is the nature of
this death sentence? How
can we allow petty politics to
reign at the cost of these lives?
Why is the opposition party so
silent on this issue? I could
assume that they believe
proper justice has taken its
course. I could assume that
they are afraid of the truth and
feel guilty. We all will be guilty
should these men hang on
Tuesday Aug. 13. The apathy
and blind trust seeing deeply
into our society is destructive
and dangerously unhealthy.
I am in no way condoning
this murder. I want to see
justice done as much as anyone
else. Are the powers that be so
dehumanized that they are
void of any sense of justice and
human dignity not to mention
Christ like beliefs? I feel
strongly that Bahamians must
awaken their true human
feelings and intellects and not
allow themselves to be herded


like goats by a group of
insensitive, incompetent and
inhumane people.
I know we have a Humane
Society for Animals where
animals are treated humanely
but what we are seriously
lacking is a humane society for
our own human beings.
We need proper social
reforms in our prisons where
criminals, be they murderers,
can be rehabilitated and
reformed. I feel that a
murderer owes a serious debt
to his or her society. Killing
the murderer serves no purpose
as he must be allowed to pay
his debt to society in a civil
manner. 1 feel that criminals


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are created by a society
therefore, the society also owes
it to a criminal to rehabilitate
him. Why does not the
government spend a few
million dollars on prison
reforms?
In conclusion I would like to
say that I see this death
sentence as being politically
motivated and urge this
sentence to be reconsidered on
that basis. I urge Bahamians to
take a serious and long look at
our social, religious, political
and economic situation. Only
political change can save us.
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There is a 5-bearing
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so you can easily check them
from the right side fender.
Plugs, distributor and
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The Bahamas Adult Study
Centre held graduation
ceremonies for its students at
the Sonesta Beach Hotel on
liiy 27. Taking part were


students from the PRIMACEL
course, the course in human
communication, and the course
in dressmaking and dress
design.
Addresses were given by Mrs


Hilda Knowles, a PRIMACEL
graduate, and Mrs Rachel
Turnquest, proprietress of
Rachel's Boutique, in addition
to the Principal's address by
Richard Crawford.


Some of the PRIMACEL graduates are shown in the picture above: BOTTOM ROW from
left Mary Mycklewhyte, Elvira Rahming, Janet Cox. Cynthia Ferguson, Dolores
Knowles. Delcina Lundy, Stella Bethel, Ethel Knowles. Rosemary Hanna, Margaret
Campbell. Gloria Fernie and Rosita Smith-Duvalier; Top row from left Winston Parker,
Duke Smith, Joseph Mycklewhyte. Mr. Crawford, Sidney Ferguson. Wilfred Knowles and
Philip Bethell.
Also graduated from the PRIMACEL Course, but not shown is the picture are Esther
Armbr-ister. Joan Marshall, Solomon Humes, Shena Williams. Norlean Wilson, Ulies Rolle.
Eric Albury, Beverley Farquharson, Donald Russell, Edmund Adderley, Veronica Allen,
Winifred Cartwright. Esther Habid and Charles Bonimy.
Students from the dressmaking the Dress Design courses provided a fashion show
During the evening: all the garments shown were created by the students without the aid
of a pattern.
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Mjrris. passed with credit; Ida McDonald, pass with credit; Emerald Lighthourne, pass: Millicent
leckles, passed with credit: Sylivia Wilson pass.
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Can transvestite be "all

man?"


By Abigail Van Buren
' 1974 br Chicage Tribne-N. Y. Nws SylW., SK.


DEAR ABBY: I just read the letter from the man who
likes to wear ladies' lingerie, and claims to be "all man."
My husband was one of those. He, too, served with the
Marines, during which time he was sexually involved with
an ex-Green Beret. I finally had a private detective get
pictures of the two of them together, which was all the
evidence I needed. His boyfriend was the father of four, and
I was pregnant with my fifth at the time.
We are divorced *now, and nobody can understand
why I left a handsome, 6-foot, 210-pound, masculine-looking
man who was "good" to me and the kids, and who had a
pleasant, easy-going personality.
Abby, please warn other women that men who like to
wear women's lingerie are not "all men" like they say. I
don't care if they're ex-marines, ex-policemen or olympic
champions. Don't use my name. My children don't know
about their father. Sign me... BEEN THERE

DEAR BEEN: Men who get their kicks from dressing in
women's attire are transvestites. Some are bi-sexual, some
are homosexual, and some, strangely enough, are strictly
heterosexual. And unless a woman can go along with it
(which takes a very understanding woman), these men are
not for marrying.

DEAR ABBY: Can you tell me in what state I can marry
my former daughter-in-law? She was divorced from my son
two years ago.
I have been looking after her ever since her divorce, and
we are very fond of each other. It is not what you think. I
only want to marry her so she will be the sole owner of my
estate.
Answer soon as I have heart trouble.
BORROWED TIME
DEAR BORROWED: Since there is no blood
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DEAR ABBY: Tell the. small-town bartender who


Stay Alive Longer!



Never Too Old for Love-


If You Keep Yourself Fit


By LELORD KORDEL
Number 18 in a Series
"Maybe I've been a fool, to
get myself mixed up in this..."
Myron R., a handsome man in
his forties told me.
Myron was involved in a tri-
angle, and experiencing all the
guilt feelings and fears of dis-
covery that accompany such a
position.
"Myron," I said, "you're hav-
ing a middle aged rebellion -
revolting against biology and
your own inner make-up."
"But there's nothing left be-
tween Rose and me," he said.
"Most men blame it on their
wives," I pointed out, "because
they're hurt to find their desire
for sex isn't as great as it used to
be.
"It's difficult to face the truth
that sex isn't the niainspring of
human personality. In your caste
it's a relatively little spring
jumping all over the box."
The Male Climacteric
While a woman's sexual life
will shift from full activity to
complete cessation within two
or three years, for most men the
climacteric represents a grad-
ual decline over a period of 10 to
15 years.
How soon a man becomes im-
potent or finds his sex drive
tapering off depends on both
psychological and physiolog-
ical factors. If mental and
physical health is good, the
transition should be as gradual
as losing the hotheadedness of
youth.
The man of 60 may find his
sex desires less demanding; and
the intervals between en-
joyment longer, but the satis-
faction remains unchanged, or
even increased.
If he is wise enough to accept
adjustments that the years im-
pose, he may continue to be
both potent and fertile far into
old age.
Understanding Helps


doesn t like to lie over the phone to handle those calls as his Doctors find that an amazing
big city cousins do. The tactful bartender will page the number of physically healthy
individual, and if no one answers the page, that is what he young and middle-aged men are
reports to the caller, implrotent as a result of crippling
Some people meet in bars for business reasons, and don't sychhological influences.
want to be bothered by phone calls; others simply want a These men have depleted
few relaxing moments away from their daly routines. A their nervous energy through
well-managed bar sells a lot more than drinks, which is one
reason patrons will pay six times more for a drink at a baT
than they would for the same thing at home.


strains of competition, tensions
of modern business life, and
poor nutrition.
How can a man work hard all
day, have a business con-
ference at dinner, take a brief
case to bed with him, and expect
to enjoy his wife at the same
time?
Is it any wonder why many
wives become sexually frus-
trated? kWhy they nag?
The chances are good that
they don't know about the male
climacteric, and nian's pride
won't tell them. So the wives be-
come more impatient.
Without the constant reweav-
ing of sexual bond, the two drift
farther apart. She focuses her
love and affection on the child-
ren. The man feels lilk' ;i s, tiii-
ger in the house.
He doesn't sleep well.
He loses his appetite, and
that's particularly bad. because
what you eat-and what you
don't eat-affect sex perfor-
mance.
Virility Foods
The same foods that aid in
maintaining good health, youth-
fulness, sexual vigor, and con-
sistent virility will also help in
dispensing with troublesome
symptoms and anxieties of the
climacteric.
In addition to the daily use of
good vitamin-and-mineral
concentrates, give the following
foods high priority: lean meat,
fish, non-fat milk, cheese, sun-
flower seeds, yellow and leafy-
green vegetables, citrus fruits,
and honey.
As far as possible, avoid
sugar, desserts, fatty foods, and
the refined star('ches of white-
bread, white rice, spaghetti. and
the like. The latter hfods add no-
thing to yoir pItenic\ and ler-
tility, and aret in iaim \\,t\s
detrimental to health.
The Prostate
Although it's no bigger than a
horse chestnut, the prostate
gland has one of the most stra-
tegic locations in the male body.
It fits like a collar around the
neck of the bladder, and can
choke oft the outflow of urine if
there is an alteration m its sr/c.
Congestion is the first distur-
bance a man may experience in


his prostate. Sexual irregu-
larities which contribute to pro-
state difficulties include oWvr-
indulgence, underindulgence,
or long periods of sexual excit-
ation.
It is not uncommon for even
Vyouni men i to experience pro-
static congestion. The cause
must be recognized and re-
moved, naturally, before relief
is obtained.
In advanced age continued
irritations provoke more ser-
ious complications. The pros-
tate, like other body organs,
undergoes changes as a result of
disease, stress, and advancing
age.
After 50 begin to watch for
signs of prostate trouble.
"What's the best way to pre-
vent prostate trouble?" Myron
asked.
"Leading a normal. hyieienic
life," I replied. "Increasing daily
intake of fluids to avoid con-
stipation. Drink plenty of water
and fruit juices. Eat high-pro-
tein foods: meat, fish, poultry,
eggs, cheese, non-fat milk, and
seed cereals, as well as fresh
fruits and vegetables.
"Supplement this diet with a
Sitaniiin-aiid-iiiiieral conicein-
trate. Dn) 't overlook the daily
use of lecithin."
The man who takes good care
of himself can remain virile for
many years after the calendar
pronounces him a senior citi-
zen.
Man is the pioneer, the war-
rior, the great inventor, and he
can be the great lover, too-but
only if he recogni/.-, the ene-
iies, both physical and psy-
chological, of his virility.
Myron got up, walked over to
the window, and looked out into
the early twilight.
"1 was just trying to think of
the naie iof the man," he said.
"who wrote, 'May there he jist
enough clouds ini \ ouir skv to
make a beautiful sunset "
Io l k, \In s li


Next: Avoid crackup! Is your'
mental machinery geared to
take the stress and strain


Vienna boys

choir

coming here
THF WORLD-FAMED
Vienna Boys Choir is to give
two concerts in Nassau next
month, September 24 and 26
at the Le Cabaret Theatre,
Paradise I'land.
Sponsored by the Bahamas
Music Society and the Finance
Corporation of the Bahamas,
all profits from the concerts
will go towards the Bahamas
Music Society Scholarship
Fund. Recently two
scholarships were offered the
Society from Fisk University
and have been awarded to
Patrick Light bourne and
Adelma Roach. They will both
enroll at Fisk in September this
year.
All tickets are on a reserved
seating plan arrangement and
the box office is open in the
new Finco Building on
Frederick Street.
The 24-boy choir, whose
ages range from 10-14, have an
historic past. The Vienna Boys
Choir was formed by the
Emperor Maximillian in 1498
and since that date the fame
of the choir has spread
throughout Europe and the
world. Haydn and Schubert
were members during their
childhood and Mozart.
Beethoven and Bruckner all
wrote works for the boys on
thirty occasions
Picture above shows the
choir outside their school, the
Augarten Palace in Vienna.


/ vft 19"


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CLASSIFIED ADVS. BRING RESULTS -FAST

CLASSIFIED SECTION TO PLACE YOUR ADV. TELEPHONE 21986EXT.5


REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE CARS FOR SALE LOST n.c! ANNOUNCEMENTS HELP MNTE,


C16296
INCOMPLETE TWO-STOREY
building for sale. Built for
apartment upstairs, and store
downstairs. Cost $7,800
Phone 55081.

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

Bay and Deveaux Streets
Telephone 27667-248' 5

FOR SALE
C16357
45 ACRES Prime Commeicial
or Residential Property
situate between Pepsi Cola and
Brewery -- opposite PWL
building JFK DRIVE. Adjoins
Stapledon Gardens. Selling
below market value. Can sell
from 5 acres up to 45 acres-
Ideal for development the
price would surprise you'
DIAL 22033, 41197 and ask
for NICK DAMIANOS.

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,
evenings, 42035.

C 16388
PRIVATE PARTY SELLS
LAND


BUY WITHOUT A
MIDDLE MAN
CASH OR BANK LOAN
PHONE 53910


FOR SALE
C16307
Excellent opportunity to buy
desirable property on
Carmichael Road well-situated
and containing attractive
two-bedroom residence on
nearly ten acres of land with
additional 8 acres under
nominal lease extending to
Corrie Sound. Property
beautifully developed with
fruit trees and coconut palms
city water, electricity and
stand-by generator plus abo't
15 wells for irrigation. Asking
$80,000 furnished.

Large three-bed, two-bath
residence desirable hilltop
Montagu area. Living room,
Bahama Room, separate dinwg
room, spacIous kitchen
Detached garage, maid's ro
laundry. Asking $55,00(0
furnished.

Desirable three-bed. ir...
residence, quiet area f'
Eastern Road Living roc
separate dining roon-i i ,
room, etc Large lot. nti trce'
$75,000 furnished
H. G. CHRISTIE LI'
Phone 21041/2/3 .4

C16356
FOR SALE
SOUTH BEACH ON TE'F
WATERFRONT. 150 feet on
Water with beach and 522 feet
depth-two houses-one
furnished was $45,000.00(
now Owner will take
$33,000.00. Ideal Country
Life.
OUT WEST on Water w'ilth
POOL, PATIO, gorgeous views,.
good swimming. Secludt d
location-three bedrooms
baths, gorgeous view',,
furnished and decorated in
good taste. Was asking
$175,000.00 Now only
$140,000.00.
OUT EAST semi-hilltop
views of Sea. Rights to beach
has three bedrooms 2 bath,,,
furnish 1, .sp .oi rate d(In.r, .
sitting. Fruited rear patiu
Only $70,000.00 w,r,
$78,000.00. lninniditil
occupancy.
OUT WEST house u's ir,
$35,000.00 and up with tboa hi
rights.
SHIRLEY PARK four
bedrooms 2 baths, enclosed
grounds unfurnished
fruited. Was $48,000.00 come
see and make us an offer
HARMONY HILL charming
old Bahamian style house 3
bedrooms 2 baths, plus one
bedroom 2nd storey garage
apartment enclosed grounds
fruited all this for only
$65,000.00. Walking distance
to school and shopping and
beach. See anytime.
TUCKERWAY 3 bedrooms
2 baths, furnished only
$45,000.00.
HIGHLAND PARK AREA 2
lots, fruited and cultivated plus
4 bedroom newly built house,
furnished in good taste ideal
for the Executive type family.
Live in the West where the
Action is taking place. Price
upon inquiry.
GET THE BEST DEAL
WITH THE BEST. Our
numbers are 22305, 22307,
22033, 41197 evenings.
DAMIANOS, THE ACTION
REALTORS.


C1 b6160
BUILD ANYTIME. 70 x lOU
lots. YAMA( .'.' BEACH
ESTATES. $75 deposit Fr-com
$80 month. Private beach and
lake No interest thirges. Tel:
41141 anv da, or, night or
2 4148.
MORLEY & O'BRIEN RLAL
ESTATE (BREA BROKERS).

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

C16277
STORE ON CKEY
STREET OUiTH. i-. good
business locati'- uitjb-I foi'
shop or office. Ph-, 2?0868

C16293
COLONIAL ANOR
APARTMENTS. Cllrs Ave..
2nd. Terrace. F a .rished, I
bedroom, a .. i iditioned
apartments with swimming
pool and laiu'drv t iltles
ALSO Larg: tri hed two
bedroom towy ho:j-. Same
location. .' ,- 28808,
between 10 a ] o
C16289
ONE rT4REr BPi [DR.OO'M
two bath. air onditiolned
fur nished horne. Queen',
Ro d, Nad'. [ on
S4.4 or 2 3 50


LOVELY e aedroomi
airconditioned apartment.
Dundas Cou:, Pvfromn's
Addition-. Maste, T.V. antenna
and laundry r. -m 'ac1 Ities
enclosed Dari-' a area For
information ca" 3 I~353 or
5-4258


C16399
2 bedroom .ap.ji to ti--'! (duple).)
Highland Piart.I r ii f ur'ished)
Call 42223, D4a-'1

c 1o35.-
IMMEDIATE: ,. Iup.nlcy
Efficiency v par"t s. close to
to w a i e d
basically tfuirish d $150,000
per month. Call Belt L.
Roberts Ltd 1'lephone
2-3177.
C16379
2 bedioom"- apartment, Winton
c-riqh .'.'Y '1llly fii nished.
bai'or,\ ..';i e-.cellen!t views.
All iii't' !;,iuded $350 pen



LA" e.tro"n--m apartIment,

$ : ;r r i nn ) *i t rhi


T ih.. L : :i:;iSbtd ,m,,rm with
'.i- ,0 i. .R-f'.2.r. es and gas
st.e- *' ; li't f Street cast
Sid n ; o t inr yird
reid 2' p'



S" i "'VENUE 1

S d P ivale
*"itii ',n '. ing. T.V .
,ible $210 per
rnnrtIti''h r i i. d l li'' v',ter. Pl hone
2-1741 hr,. iuirs.

FOR SALE TORRENT

i tha tin on
LI"' f f .e i hilltop
airt o'h' house Large
vard. ily ioI ated in
S, i'irk A verueic
$1 ',I> l$r ($!2b rent
fir r h.i PiEronr' 28 )1


152/

WANTS TO RENT

IF YOU "-VE A HOUSE or
ipa'-r .O-' y u wish to rent,
plea-se (all H G Christie Ltd.,
309 Bay Stroet Nas-sau Phone
21041 2-3.4.

FOR SALE

2 4 I'J 1 Z Ii' A n it rtn. 160
S'. i ger. e engine,
str, r.- -hiiit Excellent
cmndit,,l $3'0 0. N 0.,


Mer( r'iri'

CHEVY
31642.


- H buailnt 160 H.P,


$/00 O.N.O. Call


C16403
55 0 P Johnson Outboard
Motor in q.0od condition. Price
B$600. Phone 34099.

C16395
14000 BTU air conditioner, in
good condition. No reasonable
offer refused. Phone 54628 or
28245.


C16350
MACKEY ST. DEPARTMENT
STORE.
MACKEY ST AND
PALMUDALE AVE Opposite
Bar 20 Corner. Telephone
52398
1%o Discount Storewide.
Some items 50% off.
STORE HOURS: Monday -
Friday and Sat. 8 a.m. to 8
p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday 8a.m. to 6 p.m.


C16390
ONE large dining room suite, 8
chairs and side board $700.
2 large Settees $150 each.
Nassau Bicycle Company
28511.


PUBLIC AUCTION

C16235

HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his premises on Albury Lane
situated five t5) doors from
Shirley Street, South on the
right hand side on the 23rd day
of August at 12 o'clock noon
the following property:-
"ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land situate in the
Southern District of the
IWland of New Providence
one of the Bahama Islands
and being Lot Number Two
Hundred and sixteen (216)
in "Kennedy's Subdivision."
Mortgage dated 17th
December. 1969 Marie
Swain to Finance Corporation
of Bahamas Limited.
Recorded in Volume 1582
Pages 30 to 36.
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms: 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated this 23rd day of July
1974 A.D.
HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer


CARS FOR SALE


C16330
ONE 1
C H A L L E
-condition.
Telephone
Rock Sound


972 D
NGER.
$400.00
Aubrey
Eleuthera.


ODGE
A-1
O.N.O
Kemp


C16374
1969 TRIUMPH 1360, white
with red interior.
Telephone 34375.

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 -
Passenger Vehicle Price
$3,450.00 Down-Payment
$850.00
1970 CHEVY IMPALA Price
$1,750.00 Down-Payment
$450.00
1973 PONTIAC VENTURA IN
TIP TOP SHAPE Price
$5,250.00 Down-Payment
$1,000.00
1971 T-ORD MAVERICK Price
$2,950.00 Down-Payment
$600.00
1971 TRIUMPH 1300 Price
$ 1,400.00 Down-Payment
$400.00
1972 CHEVY VEGA Price
$3,450.00 Down-Payment
$800.00
1971 PLYMOUTH DUSTER
Price $2,850.00 Down-
Payment $600.00
1972 FORD MUSTANG -
Air-conditioned Price $3,950
Down-Payment $800.00
WE HAVE OTHER CARS
FOR CASH WHICH YOU CAN
CHOOSE FROM.


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.


C 16334
"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/W Tyres. New Paint
Work. AT ON!LY $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

C16397
MUST SELL
1973 Avenger, low mileage,
reliable for years to come.
$1800. Coral Harbour Gas
Station 77014 Mr. O'Brien.

C 16404
1973 PLYMOUTH FURY,
loaded with extra features.
$6,500 will take trade in.
Phone 28293-34527.

CRAFT SUPPLIES

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


MARINE SUPPLIES
C16336
17' BOSTON WHALER with
125 h.p. Very good condition.
Phone 28271, 9-5. $2900.00.

C16372
FOR SALE: Bertram 25, twin
150 h.p. Mercruiser. Phone
2-2408

C16362
28ft. Twin Screw Cabin Cruiser
Fly Bridge with dual controls,
airconditioned cabin. Excellent
shape $9.000 O.N.O. Please
call 23211-days 34243 --
nights. Ask for Mr. Bruce.

C11894
1969 31 ft. CHRIS-CRAFT
Commander. sleeps six, private
shower, two 230 h.p. engines
with less than 200 hours.
Kitchenette, good condition.
Call 24267, 54011.

MUST SELL:
C 16398
17 foot fibreglass sport boat,
$1800, dependable 40 HP


Johnson completely new paint
and engine overhaul, with
trailer. See at Coral Harbour
Gas Station. 77014 Mr.
O'Brien.

HEALTH FOOD

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


ENTERTAINMENT

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


C16343
LOST in Highland Park area a
small light brown female dog,
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.


IN MEMORIAL
C 16405


TODAY recalls the memory of
a loved one CHARLES
ANTHONY HIGGS, who
departed from this life August
11, 1973. Born February 15th
1952.

I was not there to see you die
I only got the news,
It was a shock to me,
How I wish I was there to hear
you say,
Goodbye mother.
And those who mourn for you
today,
Are those who loved you best.
The blow was hard, the shock
Severe.
We little knew your time was
near,
But only those who loved you,
Can tell the pain of parting,
Without saying farewell.
Remember me, ere, I passed
away.
Speek thou the assuring words
that set us free today.
S'eep on son, I love you still.
Left to mourn: Parents Leoni
and Leroy Higgs, one brother
Leon Higgs, seven sisters
Majorie Rahming, Etta,
Vernetta Alma, Christine,
Andrea, Elva and a host of
relatives and friends.


C16369
The Bahamas Transport,
Agricultural, Distributive, &
Allied Workers Trade Union
will hold its Annual General
Meeting 10th September,
1974, at the House of Labour,
Wulff Road, at 7:30 p.m. At
this meeting an election of
officers will take place. All
financial members are asked to
be present.
Signed,
MAXWELL N. TAYLOR
General Secretary



C16120
FOR SALE
$864.60
16 Days in Europe
Luxembourg Switzerland --
Austria Italy Lichenstein
Monaco France
INCLUDES:
Round trip air fare
First class hotels with private
bath.
Land transportation by
deluxe air conditioned
motorcoach with tour director.
Complete sightseeing Tours
in each city.
Continental breakfast
throughout, and most dinners
with win.
All tips and taxes (except
airport taxes).
Plus other special features.
For further information
contact'
R. H. CURRY Co. LTD. Phone
28681-7 Bay and Charlotte
Streets.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
C16376
PLAY GOLF at Blue Hill Golf
Course. Par 3 nine holes for
only $2.50 Juniors $1.50.
Driving Range 2 tennis courts,
2 squash courts, table tennis.
Pool tables. Open from 8 a.m.
till midnight Pro Ken
Lockhart on hand at all times
for golf lessons. Call 36333.

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


BUSINESS 6 PROFESSIONAL


DIRECTORY

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ALARMS/SECURITY
.Iwhe's ALirm Services I'h. 3-2042

ANTENNAS
Island TV I'll. 2-2618

AUTOMOTIVE
Lucas Ilaiteries
Iiv Sitrecl miragee 1'h. 2-2434
ra.smisiiiisin Ii pairs
Shell Action Slatimn I'l. 5 2000

BOOKSTORE
IThe ('hristiaii Book
Shop hI'l. 5 8744

BUSINESS FORMS
I x culive.
'rmntirIs 1'h. 2-4267/5 4011

KITCHEN CABINETS
Common nu al .ith
I i.rituire I'llh.3- 120

CAMERAS
John hull I'll. 2-4252/3

DOWNTOWN PARKING
M,11lhh Hair .j1S
I'li',i. 2-4727(d.i ) 7-7387(nite)

ENTERTAINMENT
Auidio Vimial & MNlivri
I ilm & I quiil. Service I'h. 2-2157

FLORISTS
Island I hirisl I'll. 2-2702/S-S419

GARDEN & PET SUPPLIES
Mod'crnistict (,irden & Pe''
MadeiraI Slhoppinii I'lata I'h. 2-2868
NaiSSau u irdeti & I'et
Montrose Avenu' I'h. 2-4259


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LAUNDRY &ORY CLEANING
New Oriita.il L.iuidr 'Ph. 2-4403

MEN'S WEAR
I ashln tu'll I lid. Ph. 2 2376/7

OPTICIANS
pliical Services LIJ. l'h. 2 3910/1

PAPER
('mnimii racial I'aperi louse I'lh. 5-9731

PRINTING
W'onm I'rr ailing I'h. 5 -4506
I criiln v -....--.-.
I'nrniers 'h, 2 4267/5 401 I

RUBBER STAMPS
W)ong's KIiuhh'r Sniis, I'lPh. 5S45o06
I le I rihunll- I'. 2 1986

SPORTS GOODS
(Clhmiiipioii Sprs a I.nldj I'lh. 2-s862

TRAVEL
I'l.iy turs i'1h. 2 29311/7
K. II. ('1ir;r7) I',. 'li. 2-8681/7

TRUCKING
Joiinmini>,
trucking & I andstalMi'v 'h. 5.9574
('Conch salad ITrucking
l(x 5654 I 22-47263-s1562 .

TV REPAIRS
Channel I ectrornics Lid.1'h. 3 5478

TYPEWRITER REPAIR


Junior Helielh


I'h. S-1044


HUNNHHICANE AWNINGS UfMUL.ShE UING
John S. Georse I'h. 2-8421/6 dick's UIphloutering Ph. 5-971

101 TOE lr TI tt0 WANT


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Shop Nassau Merchants

For Business And Service t


C 16359
THE PEOPLE'S PENNY
SAVINGS BANK MARKET &
McPHERSON EAST &
GIBBS WULFF ROAD
The Only Bahamian Bank
owned by Bahamians
Serving the Public
Continuously for 22 years
Our Savings Interest Rates are
Competitive with the BIG BANKS
BANKS
OUR PEOPLE ARE
EXPERIENCED AND
FRIENDLY "WE INVITE
YOU TO SAVE WITH US."


SCHOOLS
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL


C16114
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 and
8:30 a.m. or after 6 p.m. or
3-5084 anytime.

C16360
WEE WISDOM
Collins Avenue
Nassau's finest Prep
3 year old Nursery 4 and 5
year old Kindergarten
Low Tuition
Supervised Play
Quality Teaching Programme
Phonics
Reading
Call: 32641 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
daily

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.

HELP WANTED
C1539d
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 16329
I INTERNATIONAL
COMPANY REQUIRES
SALES REPRESENTATIVE
IN NASSAU AND
FREEPORT. FULL OR PART
TIME.
Write GB PUBLISHERS INC.,
P. 0. BOX 234, KINGSTON
11, Jamaica, WEST INDIES.

C 16363
ASSISTANT Accountant with
4 to 5 years experience in
Accounts Receivables and
Accounts Payables and General
Ledger. Knowledge of
Computerized accounts and
Computerized inventory would
be helpful. Must have
supervisory capabilities. Please
reply in writing with full
resume stating salary history to
Box 4814, attention
"Comptroller".

C16381
WANTED: Display Artist
competent to do Window and
Shoo Displays. Minimum five
(5) years experience Salary to
be negotiated. Apply Display
Dimensions Ltd., P. 0. Box
N-8307, Nassau.

C16361
ELECTRICAL STORE ROOM
CLERK. Must be able to drive.
Only experienced persons need
apply. Telephone 3-6644 or
write: William's Electric Ltd.,
P. O. Box N1151, Nassau.

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. 0. Box 272, Nassau,
Bahamas.

C16368
BUTLER
Experienced Butler for private
residence required. Call 7-7673
for appointment for an
interview.
a


C16108
THE RAPID RESULTS
College. World-famous postal
tuition for the GCE, School
Cert. and Accountancy
Banking, law, Marketing
Company Secretaryship
Examinations. For details of
our specialised courses write
for Free copy of YOUR
CAREER to The Rapid
Results College Department.
TN1 Tuition House Londin
SW19 4DS.


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C16373
Handyman to take care of
garden, clean windows etc.
Apply George Dunkley, P. 0.
Box 1063 Nassau.

C 16385
FIVE farm labourers-male. $39
per week. Contact Mr. Wilfred
Beneby 57612.

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

C16391
AMBITIOUS and hard working
Bahamian between 21-26 years
required as male management
trainee. Two years business
experience preferred. All
applications in own
handwriting to Adv. C16391,
c/o The Tribune, P. 0. Box
N-3207, Nassau.

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.
C15399
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAIRMAN
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 or
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 sources, in providing
repair, maintenance,
installation, inspection and
testing service for the entire
plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

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


C 16380
AIR CONDITIONING
Mechanic experienced in
servicing and maintenance of
all types and sizes of
equipment. Must have own
hand tools, valid driver's
licence. Ability to diagnose and
repair without supervision and
the desire to advance and
improve skills. Salary and
benefits according to ability
and open for negotiation.
Bahamians only need apply.
Call Hill York Urmited. 24074
for interview appointment.
C16401
SOME one to.live on 4 acres
of land rent free, good farming
land arrangements could be
made for farming about a mile
above Fort Montagu back of
Graham Acres road lead to It.
Phone 5-4811.

C16406
DESIGNER AND
DRAFTSMAN, with 5 to 10
years practical experience in
Designing, University Degree in
Fine Arts and Industrial
Design required. References
essential. For appointment
telephone Mosko's United
Construction Co., Ltd. at
22825 or 22826.


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HELP WANTED

16407
AGER required to assume
Bplete responsibility for
restaurant, catering for
1mning as well as day time
trade, specializing in
continental cuisine. Applicant
tould be .qualified in all
aspects of restaurant
management. Write to P. 0.
x F-2588, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

POSITION WANTED
:16340
EXPERIENCED AND FULLY
QUALIFIED Bahamian
Locksmith requires position
vith established commercial or
industrial organisation. Call
S7620, any time.

TRADE SERVICES
16110
C. W. (BILL) PEMBERTON
for
INSURANCE
.ife, Fire, Hurricane, Motor,
tc.
Telephone 52539
Malton House
P. O. Box N1014
Collins Avenue

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


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


HELP WANTED
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
actyitjfs including shop and
field sources, in providing
repair, maintenance,
installation, inspection and
testing service for the entire
plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
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.
C15399
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT,
REPAI RMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION;
Diploma in instrumentation
preferred but not essential.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years industrial instrument-
ation experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Install, repair, calibrate, test
and adjust any type of
integrating, indicating or
graphic electrical or mechanical
instrument.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C15427
Live-in MAID to take care of 3
children and do general
housework. Interested person
must be between the ages of
35-40, honest and good with
children. Salary $35 per week.
Please call Freeport 352-7891.
Mrs. Moore.
C15395
JOB TITLE: POWER
STATION OPERATOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years power plant experience.
Electrical background will be
an asset.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operates turbines, boilers and
related equipment to service
plant needs. Operates
switchboard to regulate
generation of electricity as
demand increases or decreases.
Regulates continuous flow of
current to sub-station for
distribution. Communicates
with mill men when adding or
dropping raw or finish mills.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Depatment, Bahama Cement
Company, p. O. Box F-100,
Report, Grand Bahama.


TRADE SERVICES

C16133
FOR YOUR BUILDING
NEEDS AND CRANE HIRE.
see:-
ISLAND BUILDERS
LIMITED


P. 0. Box 6285 ES
Phone 3-1671 3-1672
C16112
SEWING MACHINE PARTS
AND REPAIRS
ISLAND FURNITURE
COMPANY
P. 0. Box N.4818, Nassau
Dowdeswell and Christie
Streets
Telephone 21197, 23152.
C16134
BACKHOE FOR HIRE
Need a septic tank or trenching
done?
Call
CARL G. TRECO
CONTRACTORS LTD.,
2-4996 or 5-8725

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


HELP WANTED
C15431
2 -- JANITORS Should be
able to handle floor and
shampoo machines, also
removal of trash and cleaning
of restrooms. Police Certificate
is required.
Applicant should appear in
person to: Care Maintenance,
Bonded Warehouse No. 5, P. 0.
Box F-549, Freeport
(352-2292)
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 tollow 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.

C15438
SERVICE MANAGER 5
years experience.
SEC RETARY/BOOKKEEPER
- 5 years experience in car
rental business.
DRIVER must also take on
other duties where needed.
Apply to: Budget Rent-a-Car,
P. 0. Box F-1802, Freeport.
C 15436
CHEF: to specialize in
European dishes and
MAITRE 'D: must be able to
prepare menu for Dinner
Room.
Minimum 5 years experience in
domestic work, also able to
speak German and French.
Apply: Personnel Manager,
Patrick Kemp, Schooner
Restaurant, Box F-709,
Freeport. (352-6969).
C15433
NIGHT STEWARD: One (1)
Night Steward. Must be able to
take charge of entire kitchen.
Must have at least two (2)
years experience as Night
Steward. Must be willing to
work long hours if necessary
Must keep garbage areas clean.
LAUNDRY SUPERVISOR:
One (1) Laundry Supervisor.
Must be able to train in all
phases of the Laundry
Department. Must have worked
in Laundry for at least two (2)
years.
LIVE-IN MAID: One (1)
Live-in- Maid. To care for small
child and other household
duties. Please contact Miss
Stubbs at 373-1333, Ext. 23
or 80.
MUSICIAN/STEEL
DRUMMER: One (1)
Musician/Steel Drummer.
Performing applicants talents
on the steel drum and
additional percussion
instruments. Must have at least
5 to 6 years experience on steel
drum and other percussion
instruments.
PUBLIC RELATION/ENTER-
TAI NMENT CO.ORDINA-
TOR: One (1) Public
Relat io n /Entertainment
Co-ordinator. Works closely
with Sales Director and Music
Director. Must have three (3)
years experience dealing With
entertainment booking
agencies and wholesale and
retail travel agencies. Must have
supervisor administrative
ability.
For the above please apply to
the Personnel Office, Holiday
Inn of Lucayan Beach, P. 0.
Box F.760, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, BAHAMAS. Phone
373-1333, Ext. 28.


"Well, for one thing, it's a lot more fuan than wasting
time hanging around the water cooler."


CROSSWORD

PUZZLE


ACROSS
1. Also
4. Hoosegow
8. Work unit
11. Parson bird
12. Cubitus
13. By birth
14. Salad plant
16. Galahad
18. Speck
20. Long-tailed ape
21. Alleged force
23. Dagger
25. In a dither
28. Boxing term
2C. Burning
31. Annex


32. Turmeric
34. Long for
36. Behold
37. Ornate
39. Ancestor
40. Blood type
41. Social
43. Sour
45. Festival
48. Flambeau
51. Vetch plant
52. Light tan
54. Promissory
note
55. Humor
56. Must
57. Hold


HELP WANTED
C15437
(1) GARDENER: able to do
some landscaping and trench
around pipe 4-5 years
experience. Mechanical
Engineering, Poplar Crescent,
P. 0. Box F-1536, Freeport.

C15425
PROTECTIVE COATING
SUPERINTENDENT -
Administer and control total
contractual effort in the
mixing and application of
epozy, inorganic, urethane and
related exotic coatings,
Including contract
administration, direction of
supervision and labour,
maintenance of equipment,
interpretation of specifications,
material and quality control
and maintenance of
construction schedule.
PROTECTION COATING
SUPERVISOR Co-ordinate
and direct the mixing and
application of epoxy,
inorganic, urethane and related
exotic coatings to technical
specifications.
Approximately 6 months
employment. Applicants
should have at least 5-10 years
experience in similar jobs
including application of
protective coatings in the oil
and chemical industry.
Written application only
including experience resume
and salary history to: OLIVER
B. CANNON & SON, INC., c/o
P. 0. Box F-2452, Freeport,
G.B.I..
C15428
GARDENERS: Willing to work
outdoors in all kinds of
weather; dig graves and holes
for trees; prepare plant beds:
weed, cut grass; handle
insecticides, fertilizers and
herbicides. Collect and remove
trash, all duties related to
commercial landscape
maintenance.
NURSERYMAN (HORTI.
CULTURAL):- To plan
and operate new installation of
container grown plant material,
- shade house, mist beds, etc...
Co mplete knowledge of
propagation technique for
plant material suitable to the
Bahamas. Instruct maintenance
crews in all duties related to
landscape maintenance, -
application of insecticides,
fertilizers and herbicides,
verticutting, aerification and
maintenance of turf. Provide
written estimates to customers
and supervise landscape
construction on job site.
MANAGE'R/MANAGERESS:
To assume full responsibility
for all business administration
for Landscape Nursery, answer
correspondence, buildings and
all accounting procedures
through monthly financial
statement. Horticultural
background necessary.
Apply: Lucaya Nursery &
Landscaping, Ltd., P. 0. Box
F-252, Freeport, Grand
Bahama Yellow Pine & Forest
Ave.,


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2. And not
3. Think
4. Vindicate


5. Boy's
nickname
6. Blacken
7. Gaunt
8. Hire
9. Desert alkali
10. Receive
15. Fountain drink
17. Gershwin
19. American
Indians
21. Soup vegetable
22. Facient
24. Venomous
snake
26. Jar
27. Lump
30. Printing
mistake
33. Witness
35. Tyrant
38. I do
42. Sweetsop
44. Threesome
45. Not many
46. Son of Bela
47. Behave
49. Intimidate
50. Vandal
53. Ruthenium
symbol


HELP WANTED

C15432
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY -
TECHNICAL TRANSLATOR
Must be able to speak and
write English and Italian
fluently and translate both
languages. An excellent
knowledge of good office
procedures and the ability to
work independently and
responsibly are essential.
Only Bahamians need apply in
writing to: SAIPEM, S.p.A.,
Bahamas Branch P. 0. Box
F-2471 Freeport, Bahamas.

C15435
Experienced live-in MAID, age
35, to care for 5 children,
$25.00 per week.
GENERAL MAID for yard
cleaning, house cleaning plus CV
other duties.
Eliza Ferguson, Eight Mile
Rock.

C15423 .
PETROLEUM INSPECTORS
Applications are invited from
Petroleum Inspectors with:
several years experience in the
quantity and quality inspection
of bulk oil cargoes. Applicants
should also have some
experience in the
documentation of bulk oil
cargoes and storage tank and
metering equipment
calibrations.
Please apply. together with full
details of experience and ,
qualifications to: E. W. Saybolt u
& Co., S.A... P. 0. Box F-2049, W
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C15439
PILOT & AIRCRAFT
MECHANIC: Company Pilot
and must also be able to repair
and maintain Company
Airplane and Jet Aircraft,
mainly starters and generators.
Must have at least 10 years
experience. Must have
commercial instrument rating
and a minimum of 5,000
hours. Police record, health
certificate and letters of I
reference required. 7
0
GOLF DIRECTOR: To run 0
and operate the Golf. Shop.
Stocking and retailing golf Z
equipment and clothing and
arranging tournaments. 10.12 u.
years experience necessary and
should be a member of Golfers
Association. Must be able to
give golf lessons when
necessary. Police record, health
certificate and letters of
reference required.
Interested persons apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL,
WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA, Personnel Office
between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
and 3:00 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Mailing -
Address: 158 Port Road, West
Palm Beach, Fla. 33404, Elon
Martin, Jr., Personnel Director. ,



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ELECTRICITY


SHOCK
by GLADSTONE THURSTON
EVERETTE 'Nugget"
Neeley's two-run blast in the
bottom of the seventh
short-circuited the pitching of
left hand speedster Hasting
Campbell as Bahamas
Electricity Corporation
shocked the Rearing Tigers 8-7
to create a two-way tie for
second place in the Imperial
League of the N.P.S.A.
The Tigers who until
yesterday were undefeated in
three games, have dropped a
full game out of first place
which is held by the unbeaten
Paradise Casino. Baintown and
Taylor Trucking share fourth
place.
In answer to the fans
request, Campbell who played
first base relieved starter
Wayde Davis in the bottom of
the final with the Tigers
leading 7-5. Not that Davis had
a disastrous inning before, but
it was figured that Campbell
could have struck out the side
in order.
His first six deliveries
constituted an unfortunate
base on balls to lead off batter
Michael Thompson, Eddie
Williams took two pitches. The
second one he ripped down the Disgust
middle for a safe single. Vianny Ja
This created a tense and Wood in 1
uncertain atmosphere in the called out
Tigers' dug out, as the innings other pitcher
began quite contrary to their us off a bit,
plan.Their boisterous cheering "When tht
diminished to a mere murmur Hlasting in t
as Neeley approached the brought on
batter's box. Davis in
Encouraged by a "Do your mound app
own thing now, Nugget, season cont
appeal from a female fan, B.E.C. being
Neeley took no pity on hit over the
Campbell's first pitch. le Of the I
scorched it deep into within that
left/centre, full toss against the one, and ano
fence, error.
Thompson and Williams His first h
quickly rounded the corners to starter H
tie the score, leaving Neeley at dropped a I
third base. lie was there forplate and
two pitches both of which however wa
short stop Robert Taylor however wa
fouled off. The third delivery double play.
was high and wild which was Meanwhile
all Neeley needed to score the already colle
winning run. This gave six hits. They
Campbell his first loss of the of the first
season. James Bodie
Though elated, yesterday's short stop Wi
win came as no surprise to
B.l.C. player/coach Michael In the
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together on fast balls," he were on wi
explained going through the with one o
motion of a baseball pitcher, second base
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Campbell. promoting
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on the face of Hawks catcher Frederick McKenzie as Ministry of Works right fielder
cques follows Sherwin Taylor home following a two base throwing error from Dave
the top of the seventh. Leon Knowles (left) was given a base on balls but was later


having left the base too soon.
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Williams and Neely each
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Tigers' final run was a
innings rbi single from
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bottom of that frame
beginning of the end
igers' undefeated reign.
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lobbed a routine fly


Bremner and Keegan sent off


LONDON Billy Bremner
of Leeds United and Kevin
Keegan of Liverpool, two of
Britain's top soccer stars, were
sent from a field in a sour
Charity Shield game at
Wem ble y Stadium
Saturday.
It was believed to be the
first time any player had been
dismissed from the historic
Wembley turf in a domestic
match.
The Charity Shield,
traditional showpiece
pipeopener of the English
soccer season, was won 6-5 on
penalties b, Liverpool after
the two team were locked I-1
at fulltime.
Bremner, Scotland's captain


in the World Cup, and Keegan,
and England international
striker, were the key figures in
a second half brawl in which
blows and wrestling were used
in front of a crowd of 67,000.
The only other player sent
off in memory at Wembley was
Antonia Rattin of Argentina
during an explosive 1966
World ('up game against
England.
Bremner and Keegan
received their marching orders
in the 59th minute after the
scuffle and a long argument
with the referee. Both players
were visibly seething as they
tore off their shirts and made
for the dressing rooms.
Results:
Texaco Cup, first round:


Peterborough 2 West, Bromwich
1, Brimigham 3 Norwich 1,
Southampton 2 West Ham 0, Orient
2 Luton 2, Sheffield United I
Blackpool 2, Manchester City 2
Oldham I, Carlisle 0 Sunderland 0,
Newcastle 4 Middlesbrough 0,
Scottish league cup:
Dumbarton 2 Clyde 3, Partick
Thistle 4 Arbroath 0, Hibernian 3
Rangers 1, St. Johnstone 2 Dundee
I, Aberdeen 0 Hearts 1,
Duntfermline I Morton I, Celtic 2
Motherwell 1, Celtic 2 Motherwell
1, Dundee United 3 Ayr United 1,
Hamilton 4 Berwick 0, Raith
Rovers I Queen of the South 1,
Kilmarnock 2 Montrose 0, Queens
Park 0 Stranrear 0, Airdrie 4
Clydebank 0, St. Mirren 3 Stirling
Albion 2, Alloa I East Fife 2,
lalkirk 4 Cowdenbeath 0, Brechin
2 Stenhousemuir 2. Forfar 3 East
Stirling 0.


ball to Bodie in lett. but the
ball slipped through his mitt.
Both runners advanced on a
pass ball and scored on Riley's
single deep into the out field.
It was do or die for the
Tigers going into the finale, but
B.E.C. had to win at all costs.
When it was all over, Neeley
was carried shoulder high to


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TIGERS


BAHAMAS' international
heavyweight Wendell Newton
now ranked eighth in the
British Commonwealth
ratings, take's on Jamaica's
Oliver Wright (pictured) in a
ten round main event Friday
at the Nassau Stadium.
Promoter Wilfred Coakley
who bills this event as a
'battle of the giants' sees this
bout as being one of the best
heavyweight matches in
years.
Newton, a former sparring
partner of world champions
Floyd Patterson and Sonny
Liston, himself has fought
some of the top names in the
heavyweight division. These


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MOUND VETERAN Foster
Bethel, backed by an 11 -hit
attack commandingly no-hit
Flagler Inn Buccaneers while
Keyboard Lounge took a 10-0
victory Saturday and sole
possession of first place in the
Majestic League.
Keyboard play Coke Real
Things in tonight's second
game 9 o'clock at the John F.
Kennedy Park. Becks Raiders
take on Bahamas
Commonwealth Bank in the
first game at 7 o'clock.
Bethel who struck out eight
of Flagler's 21 at bats allowed
only one base-runner. It was
left fielder Bradley Bain who on
the fourth was given a base oft
balls and in the sixth was hit
by a pitch.
The Roaring ligerettes,
behind the three-hit / six strike
out pitching of Alice Wells
defeated the Police Stars 7-2
winning their first in five
played. The Police remain in
last place winless.
Held to just one run over
three innings, the Tigerettes in
the fourth rallied for six runs
off five hits that included
Jeannien McQueen's two-rbi
single.
A four run seventh inning
rally by the Ministry of Works
was stifled when catcher Leon
"Apache" Knowles was ruled
to have left the base too
quickly. Fort Fincastle Hawks
went on to win 11-10 and their
first game in five played.
In other games played over
the weekend, Bahamas
Commonwealth Bank defeated
Melroso Sherry 10-2 to move
into second place in the
Arawak League. Taylor
Trucking beat B.E.C. 10-7
Saturday. Taylor Industries
beat San Sal Arawaks 6-3.
Holiday Inn stopped Heineken
Stars 8-2.


SIXTH PLACE Curferg
Cardinals upset top contender
Heineken Stars 9-6 yesterday
dropping them in a two-way tie
for second place with
defending double champs
Becks Bees.
This decision gave St.
Michael's Dodgers sole
possession of first place with a
half game separating the first
four teams as the Bahamas
Baseball Association's junior
league series nears its end.
Becks who were at the top
for the past three years seem
strong contenders to repeat.
They have lost only five of
their 17 played. The Stars who
play Becks in their next outing
finished fourth last season.
A.I.D. Royals who were
runners up to Becks are still
battling for playoff berth.
They lost to Becks 9-3
Saturday. Challenging the
fourth spot are Killarney Pros
whose seven and ten record

VOLLEYBALL
THE UNDEFEATED Paradise
Island Bees take on arch-rivals
Coke Jets tonight in the Bahamas
Volleyball Federation's best of
three Ladies championship
playoffs. The Police Royals meet
Wardrobe Stars in the second
match. Proceeding these games will
be the annual Radio/Press match, at
7 o'clock.
PIGEON SEASON

DUE TO the late nesting of the
white crown pigeon, opening of
hunting season has been set for
September 28, two weeks later than
originally scheduled, according to
the Ministry of Agriculture and
Fisheries.

BOXERS
BAINTOWM boxers should
attend meeting at 6 p.m. tonight at
the House of Champions.


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M. Thompson
E. Williams
E. Neeley
R. Taylor
H. Sears
B. Carter
M. Moss
T. Neeley
H. Riley
W. Delancy
J. Bodie
P. Johnson
H. Campbell
WV. Ford
K. Ford
K. McCartney
G. Wells
W. Davis


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and stopped now retired
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Wright who is a former
Olympic turned pro shortly
after his performance in
Munich in 1972. He ran off
eight straight wins before
losing to Vincente Rondon.
A consistent winner in
Florida, Wright is regarded as
an outstanding heavyweight
prospect of the future. Two
months ago, he dropped a
disputed verdict to Bunny
Johnson in London but ko'd
Lloyd Price after that to get
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In the semi final bout
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Buffalo
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Houston
Pittsburgh
Cleveland

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San Diego
Kansas City
Denver


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Dallas
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Chicago

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San Francisco
New Orleans


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place them just two games out.
Junior League
W L
St. Michael's 12 4
Heineken 12 5
Becks 12 5
A.I.D. Royals 9 8
Killarney Pros 7 10
Curferg Cardinals 5 12
Nassau Astros 2 S
Frederick Taylor-Gates is a
proud sponsor. His Nassau
Mets who have won the
championship for the past two
seasons seem well on their way
to repeat. Their 9-1 record in
Poney League action places
them well in the lead over St.
Micheal's.
Pony League
W L
Mets 9 1
St. Michael's 7 2
Del Jane 6 3
Cross Roads 3 6
St. Barnabas 3 s
St. Bernard's 2 6
Rodgers 2 6



BASKETBALL
THE SECOND administration of
the first phase of the Bahamas
Amateur Basketball Association
coaches examination will be held
Thursday evening (8 o'clock) at the
St. Joseph's School, following a
general meeting.
All those interested in qualifying
as a certified coach are urged to
attend. The B.A.B.A. is considering
forming a coaches association.
HUSTLERS IN
BAHAMAS National champs the
Governor's Harbour Hustlers took a
double header from the Rock
Sound Horoes yesterday to move
one and a half games in first place
of the Eleuthera Softball Series.
Playing in Rock Sound, the
Hustlers behind the pitching of
Glen Griffin won the first game


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COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS


TENDERS FOR TREASURY BILLS

The Treasurer hereby gives notice that tenders will be received on Tuesday,
13th August, 1974 for Treasury Bills to be issued under the Public Treasury
Bills Act 1959 and the Public Treasury Bills Amendment Act 1965 on
Thursday 15th August, 1974 as follows:-

Bills denominated and payable in
Bahamian dollars ..................... B$3,500,000.00
The bills will be in minimum multiples of $100 and are redeemable ninety-one
(91) days from the date of issue.

The bills will be issued and paid at The Central Bank of the Bahamas. Details of
payment will be notified to successful tenderers in letters of acceptance.

Each tender must be in a sealed envelope marked "Tender" addressed to:-

THE BANKING MANAGER
The Central Bank of the Bahamas.
and should be delivered to the office of the Central Bank in the E. D. Sassoon
Building, corner of Shirley and Parliament Streets, Nassau before 3:00 p.m. on
Tuesday, 13th August, 1974.

Tenders must be made on special forms which may be obtained from The
Central Bank of the Bahamas and the Commercial Banks and must be for not
less than the minimum amount stated in paragraph 2. Tenders must state the
net price per cent (being a multiple of one cent) which will be paid.

The Treasurer reserves the right to reject any or all tenders.

THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT
Nassau, Bahamas
7th August, 1974.


Friday's Results
Houston 48, Washington 3 C
Detroit 6, Baltimore 3
Saturday's Results
Miami 45, New Orleans 20
Oakland 28, Atlanta 16
Cincinnati 35, Philadelphia 21
Green Bay 13, St. Louis 0
Denver 27, Minnesota 21
Dallas 13, Los Angeles 6
San Dieoo 20, N.Y. Jets 14
Sunday's Results
N.Y. Giants 21. N. England 6


Chicago at Pittsburgh
San Francisco at Cleveland
Buffalo at Kansas City.


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