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VOL. LXXI, No. 219 Wednesday, August 14,1974 Price: 20 Cents


Police have 'missing' hash bag


A $300,000 bag of hashish
which was found to be
missing from the Criminal
Investigation Department
store-room during the $15
million Supreme Court drug
trial is in police custody,
Solicitor General T. Langton
Hilton said yesterday.
He informed the court of
the whereabouts of the
"missing" hashish bag while
making an application for the
forfeiture of the remaining 49
bags and several separate
cakes of hashish which were
shown jurors during the trial.
The trial itself, momentous
for being the first before the
high court involving such a
large quantity of drugs, also
revealed another possible
aspect who is responsible
for the missing hashish?
The missing hashish bag,
weighing approximately 80


po*-nds, is not the first court
exhibit to have been
tampered with.
In the recent murder and
armed robbery trial of
American skin-diving
instructor Donald James
Jensen, members of the court
also discovered that $30 of
the money exhibited was not
able to be accounted for.
Mr. Hilton said that the
bag, missing when the jury
and other members of the
court made a visit to the
C.I.D. to examine 48 sacks of
hashish supposedly stored
there, had been removed with
the purpose of investigating
how some of its contents
became missing.
"The bag, which was
missing on the date of the
inspection was removed from
the CID stronghold by certain
senior police officers, senior


to those who gave evidence in
this trial after it was
discovered that most of the
contents of that bag had been
removed," he said.
His "certain instructions in
regard of the missing bag" did
not, however, account for the
means of access by the person
taking part of the bag's
contents prior to its removal
by those senior officers.
The subordinate officer
who testified during the trial
said that the key to the
store-room was kept by
former Acting A.S.P. of the
Criminal Investigation
Department, Mr. Fletcher
Johnson.
Mr. Hilton also said that
the missing bag had been
removed "for the purpose of
an investigation by the senior
police officers concerning the
missing contents.


"As a result, there is a bag
in existence at the police
department in which there
now appears to be only 12
packets of this hashish.
"That investigation is still
continuing and no doubt, a
statement will be made
shortly by the Commissioner
of Police," he said.
He said that he "was
concerned that the jury
should know the full position
concerning this from the
official level and the only
regret is that I didn't know it
earlier so there could have
been some indication of the
position at a more
appropriate time of the trial."
His application for
forfeiture of the exhibits was
allowed by Mr. Justice James
Smith, with the exception of
the "missing bag" and its
contents.


DRUGS: CLAMPDOWN ON AIRFIELDS


GOVERNMENT has tabled
a bill in the Hlouse to require
registration of all. airfields in
the Bahamas and providing
stiff penalties for owning
building or using an
unregistered airfield.
The bill, proposing
amendments to the Civil
Aviation Act, is seen as a


deterrent to using the Bahamas
as a stop-over in the illicit drug
traffic between the U.S. and
countries to the south.
It is the third measure
brought to the legislature
recently that is designed to
fight rising crime.
The provisions of the
existing Act apply only to


airports specified in the
schedule to the Act.
Under the amendments
proposed and scheduled for
debate on Ausust 21, no one
can operate any airfield or
permit the operation of any
airfield on land occupied by
him unless the airfield is
registered in accordance. with


Captain and chief


engineer found guilty


JURORS yesterday
deliberated for 3'/? hours in the
$15 million hashish trial before
convicting the captain and
chief engineer of the 150-foot
"Sea Trader" freighter.
They remained d.'adlocked
n- the verdict of the.-.ther fou'
co-accused 'hei a *p- ",
to be re-indicted for re-trial.
Sea Trader captain Terry Hl.
Daniels, separately accused of
having a biscuit tin containing


hashish inside the medicine
cabinet of the captain'a lounge
and Louis Tomiselli, 23 were
found guilty.
Mr. Justice James Smith,
presiding over the three -week
long trial remanded the two in
custody until Thursday for
sentencing.
Tomiselli, chief engineer of
the disabled "Sea Trader" was
unanimously found guilty, the
finding in Daniels' case was 9


Teachers co-op


THE BAIIAMAS Union of
Teachers announced today the
incorporation of its company,
TEACO-OP l.td. which is part
of the co-op scheme under
consideration by the teachers
for some time
According to I'a l i'epor's
from the union the hc.<-op is to
consist of a grouery sure and
clothing outlet and will be
located at the new union
headquarters on Bethel Avenue
near Harold Road.
Each share in the new



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company is valued at $5 and
each shareholder will be
limited to a maximum of 200
shares.
In order to get things off to
a quick start teachers who have
indicated they wish to
purchase shares should send
their money as soon as
possible, a BUT release said
'-Uachers can make cheques
payah:e to Teaco-Op Ltd, P.O
Box N3482. Nassau.
To arrange purchasing of
shares teachers can contact
either Cecil Curling at 32291.
Inoch Backford at 36808 or
Leonard Archer at 36874
Ihe company is planning a
massivev" publicity campaign
during the next month "to
acquaint teachers with the
general operation of the
company.
A brochure is also being
.prepared.


to 3.
Ship's cook and musician
Eddie Edwards, first engineer,
Richard Bennett, 28, second
engineer, Arnold Zuckerman
and chief mate Jack Kubatz,
27 face a possible re-trial.
The six were arrested on
April 12 at Little Sturrup Cay
following a search of their
vessel which revealed a
quantity of hashish packed in
burlap sacks and locked in a
cabin.


RAPE FILM

THE BUSINESS and
professional Women's
association of New Providence
will hold its regular monthly
meeting at the Nassau Harbour
Club, East Bay Street,
tomorrow at 12:30 p.m.
A special feature of this
meeting, is a prolessionallI
produced film giving advice to
women on "Self-protection
against attack, with special
emphasis on rape
The lilm ts on loan to BPW
from the Plantation, Florida
Police Department
As a special gesture. Supt
Avery Ferguson of the Royal
Bahamas Police Force and
Chief Lawrence Sullivan and
Lt. Stan Stake of the
Plantation Fla. Police
Department, will be on hand at
this film showing to answer
any questions put by the
viewers.


new rules.
Anyone who builds an
airfield without prior written
permission, permits operation
of an unregistered airfield,
operates a registered airfield for
an unlawful purpose, or is a
pilot and lands at or takes off
from an unregistered airfield
except in an emergency, will be
liable to a fine of up to $2,500
or to two years imprison-
ment.
Another amendment states:
"It shall be lawful for any
officer of the Department (of
Aviation) authorised in writing
by the Minister or for any
peace officer at any hour of
the day or night to enter upon,
inspect and observe the
operation of any registered
airfield."
The section is apparently
aimed at allowing officials to
make surprise inspections of
previously-uncontrolled private
airfields suspected of being
involved in any unlawful
activity, such as the transport
of dangerous drugs.
Also scheduled for debate in
the House August 21 is a bill
amending the Firearms Act "so
as," according to the bill's
objects and reasons section,
"to bring about firmer control
over the importation,
possession and use of all types
of firearms."
The bill tightens up the
already strictly controlled
licensing of pistols, and
substantially increases the.
penalties for contravention of
the Firearms Act.
The legislature has already
passed a bill amending the
Lotteries and Gaming Act to
bring the so-called numbers
racket under control. It has
been alleged that persons who
feel they have been cheated in
illicit numbers operations
cannot go to authorities aird as
a result take the law into their
own hands.

Union

candidate
VICTOR "Doce" Rolle. is
one of the candidates
competing for the presidential
seat of the Bahamas Public
Service Union in an election
scheduled for August 19.
Mr. Rolle told union
members that they were
presently engaged in the
serious business of
nation-building and to build a
strong and enduring
foundation a country needed
to have men and women of
sterling character.
lie also said that these t\pes
of persons should be supported
in unions now because they
may not have the opportunity
to do so in the future.


-TROPICAL-
STORM

ALMA

HITS

TRINIDAD
SAN JUAN Tropical
storm Alma the first of the
1974 hurricane season --
roared into Trinidad at 9 a.m.
Wednesday with winds
of 55 m.p.h. the U.S. weather
service in San Juan reported.
The weather service issued
gale warnings and hurricane
watch for the islands of
Trinidad, Tobago, Grenada. the
Grenadines, St. Vir 'ent
Barbados and the 1'aria
Peninsula of Venezuela.
The storm moved across
Trinidad and into the
Caribbean Sea near the Paria
Peninsula by noon and moving
rapidly at 27 mph.
The weather service said the
storm was expected to move
westward at the same speed
and strength for the next 12
hoars.
At noon Alma was located
near latitude 10.4 north
longtitude 62.7 west, about 80
miles west of Trinidad and over
the Paria Peninsula of
Venezuela. This position is
based on satellite, aircraft and
land based radar reports. The
storm continues moving
westward at a fast rate of
about 27 mph.
Highest winds are 55 mph in
squalls mostly.
Alma is expected to
continue rapidly westward
affecting the Paria Peninsula
Isla Margarita and the other
islands in the vicinity during
this afternoon and tonight.
Residents are advised to take
precautions. (AP)


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THE GOVERNMENT may ask the Supreme Court tomorrow to overturn
Monday's order by a Supreme Court judge delaying Tuesday's scheduled executionof
convicted murderers Wendell "Red" Burrows, 25, and Philip Humes, 21,
Solicitor-General Langton Hilton confirmed late today.
If the move is made and proves successful it will mean early death for the two convicts, and the
Government will have averted a possible confrontation with the judiciary over its authority or
-lack of it to refuse to forward a petition from a citizen to his sovereign, the Queen.


in a another new
development, The Tribune has
learned that it has been
decided that whatever goes
before the court, the issues will
not be decided by a lone judge;
all three Supreme Court
Justices will hear the case.
At 2:30 p.m. Monday Mr.
Justice Maxwell Thompson
issued an order delaying the
execution of tHumes and
Burrows, and granted leave for
their attorneys to apply for a
Supreme Court ruling that the
executive branch of the
Government had no right to
refuse to forward to the Queen
a petition seeking royal
clemency.
The attorneys made that
application late yesterday, and


Hospital conditions


are 'appalling'

THE FREE National of the air conditioning units", health
Movement has charged that charged the FNM. inspect
there are only two government The roof of the building The
doctors on Grand Bahama to lhe rof of the building e
serve a resident population of leaks, and, says the committee. prepare,
40.000 and there is no resident "trained nurses who should be that
doctor on duty at the tending patients often have to the
government run Rand spend their time catching rain Grand
Memorial Hospital at Freeport. water in buckets toted from is to s
A health services committee leak to leak." proper
of the FNM which has been Ihe committee was "most facility
examining health conditions at shocked" during their
Grand Bahama for the past two investigation "to note the And
months branded conditions at amount of rats and roaches on: "I
the Rand Memorial Hospital as that run wild throughout the repress
"absolutely appalling" and "a hospital This was the most Baham
disgrace to our community." disgusting thing of all. as rats Henry
The committee charged that especially are known to carry of this
a few months ago government deadly diseases." charged the Health
assigned a Bahamian doctor FNNM floor o
(Dr. Campbell) as a resident in ordi
doctor for the Rand, but The report also noted that Randnd
conditions were so deplorable the hospital was constantly mcdica,
that Dr. Campbell resigned short of vital dugs "'I here is dcsper,
after t very short time. and has constant shortage of vital
not been replaced. supplies, sutures, plaster of Ihe
"Thus today, there is no paris, and sterile pads One was d
resident government doctor woman even complained to the wi
available at the hospital", this co i"lttitee that upon nid w,
charged the FNM. awakening Iroin .Aidonminal ( rand
The FNM committee also surgery she found he Irslf ut in
charged that there is still no bandaged with a green ihic ble rn
proper government ambulance cloth rather than a proper
service at the island, bandage CONW
And it noted that there were
not enough nursing staff at the And. says the conmittle. I he
hospital "and those nurses the necessary equipmentt in ithe t on
presently at the hospital are hospital "is in either bad \ soct
grossly underpaid." condition or is not working at istll [e
Some of the problem areas ,il p n
noted by the committee. ),i' to the ctonldition(Ss 1Choo
headed by FNM Senator found,. the cottiltec noted \'ectin
Garnet J. Levarity, are that the that the morale ol the hospital
building itself is in a terrible staff was "at a low level '- (;ut
state of repair, with most of IPlnllip
the aif conditioning units not C'alling the state ot the Rand A\giicu
working. "There have been a "crisis situation thl. "Savin
reports of doctors who co mmittee said Ilospip.il our
threatened to refuse to operate officials "live in fear t31 an i meeting
because of the malfunctioning 'ispection by the government's public.


officers and building
torF "
committee said it had
ed its report in the
interest "with the hope
we can open the eyes of
wo representatives for
Bahama, whose duty it
ee that ikw people have
health care and
es.
the committee went
t is up to the two PLP
entatives on Grand
a, Kendal Nottage and
Bowen, to take the facts
report to the Minister of
and if necessary to the
t the HIouse of Assembly
er to give the people of
Bahama the kind of
il facilities that we so
dttly need "
Rand Memorial Hospital
donated to Freeport by
dow of James iH. Rand
as for a time run by the
Bahama Port Authority
1 October 19)7() it was
over by the Bahamas

SUMERS' MEETING

monthly meeting of the
um in e r I'rotection
action of the Bahamas
* held tomorrow at 8 30
at I A Ihhompson
A1. Biie Hill Road and
ig Street
'st Spc.aker will be Mr.
\i0'c o. the Ministry of
ilture '.-.no will speak on
ng Money by growing
own vegetables". The
ig is open to the


Hospital dietician transferred to Ministry


By ELLISTON RAHMING
FORMER Acting Chiel
Dietician at the Prin'ess
Margaret Hospital. Pdnd-ira
McKinney. who was reheved of
her duties at the hospital in
April, has been transferred to
the Ministry of Labour and
Welfare where she reportedly
prepares the diet sheets lor
inmates at the Boys and Girls
Industrial Schools.
An informed source told
The Tribune yesterday that
Miss McKinney received a
telephone call about three
weeks ago from the Permanent
Secretary to the Minister of
Labour and Welfare who
informed her Le transfer
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and told her when she should
report to work.
The Tribune informant also
suggested that Miss McKinney
is probably being groomed to
assist the Welfare Minister in
implementing a proposed
schemee that seeks to provide
.ooked food for the needy
people in the community on a
day-to-day basis
The young dietician was
removed from her post at the
hospital atter writing a letter to
The Tribune that allegedly
embarrassed Health Minister
Loftus Roker.
The day before sh4 was put
an leave, a Jamaicawr dietician
was t Ministry


to take her place Ii is
understood however thatl the
Ja lnm ail.. dI,.Icl1ia1,. n leit I he
hospital lth saniL Jd.i Mis,
M Kinnev was rlicscd 1 her
duties bec.ausc Ihc kitl.hen stiff
w dJs not pleased with the
"sa. king" ol the Bahaliman
dietmitan

Miss M inney holds J B ,\
cumi IlUode tr' iiai jkood
College in llunls\ille. Mlabanam
where she majored in dietetits
and nunored in chemistry. As
part of her training, she was
employed by several hospitals
in Alabama.
In 1972. she won the award
of the college's Home


Ic(moinics lDepartment for
h, inr ihe student with the
highet.l grade point average.
Presently Miss Brenda Da-is
ser s .s C('hiet Dieti.an at the
P.M II Miss Davis, niece of
C(hwi' Medical Officer, Dr.
Gilbert D.aIs. is a graduate Of
R. person Poly technical
InIlimUle in Tornoto. Canada
with a Diploma in Food and
NuItriton
The Tribune has been
reliably informed that Miss
McKinney wants to go back to
the hospital as a dietician
despite the fact that the Health
Minister expressed his aesire in
May to have her removed from
the Public Service completely.


a hearing was scheduled before
Mr. Justice Thompson at 9:30
a.m. Aug. 26.
Reliable sources have
informed The Tribune that
Chief Justice Sir Leonard
Knowles and Mr. Justice
Samuel Graham have arranged
to join Mr. Justice Thompson
on the bench for that case, to
prepare and deliver a joint
ruling.
Mr. Hilton told The Tribune
today that "consideration is
being given" to applying for a
new Supreme Court order
setting aside Mr. Justice
Thompson's Tuesday order. If
a decision is taken the


application would probably be
filed sometime tomorrow, Mr.
Hilton said.
It is not known whether
three judges will hear the
Government's arugments.
An all-male Supreme Court
jury convicted Humes and
Burrows on November 10.
Burrows was found guilty of
the shooting murder of
Raymond Barry Major at
Perpall Tract, off West Bay
Street, on September 5, 1972.
llumes was convicted for
aiding and abetting Burrows in
the murder. Mr. Justice James
Smith handed down the
mandatory death penalty.
Appeals against the
convictions were rejected by
the Bahamas Court of Appeals
on March 15.


An application for leave to
appeal to the Judicial
Commiti u. ,. the Privy
Council in London was
rejected by the Privy Council
on June 1974.


On August I Home Affairs
Minister Darrell F. Rolle
announced that the Advisory
Connmitlee on the Prerogative
of Mercy, which hie heads, had
found the Ilumes/Burrows case
"not a proper one" in which to
exercise the delegated power of
royal clemency. It was
simultaneously announced that
Governor-General Sir Milo B.
Butler had signed death
warrants for the two.
Execution was slated for the
morning of Tuesday this week.
Defence attorneys David C.
Bethell and ..P J. Trenchard
last Thursday s-ient a petition
for royal clemency to
Government I louse for
forwarding directly to the
Queen.

Clemency

summons
ATTORNEY S for
convicted murderers Philip
Ilumes and Wendell Burrows
late yesterday filed a
summons against the
Attorney General, setting in
motion court proceedings
that are expected to delay
their clients' execution by at
least several weeks.
At issue is the Attorney
(;General's ruling that the
Governor-General could not
properly forward a petition
for royal clemency to Queen
Fli/aheth, as in his opinion
the final decision on the
exercise of the royal
prerogative of mercy rests
with local authorities.
Attorneys David C. Bethel
and L.P.J. Trenchard are
seeking a Supreme court
ruling that the government
had no authority to block
transmission of the petition
to the Queen.
At issue now is whether a
Commonwealth lliren has
the right to petltimn the
Queen as a matter ol last
resort, despite being turned
down by the prerogative of
mercy committee.


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By MIKE LOTHIAN


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STANDING ROOM ONLY: Bahama Trader arrived at Potters Cay on Sunday with about
250 Haitians who have volunteered to return to their homeland. Since Sunday however, the
men and women passengers have had nowhere to bathe, their possessions have been soaked by
rain and they reported that they have not enjoyed a decent meal.


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WANTED:

PRIEST

FOR ISLAND

(pop.289)
LONDON The world's
loneliest parish, the Atlantic
island of Tristan da Cuniha,
needs a clergy man.
The pay is $1,200 a year
$1,588 if the successful
applicant is married, and
there's an extra allowance for
children.
The island's population of
289, plus 25 expatriates, lives
by fishing.
The United Society for the
Propagation of the Gospel,
which is advertising the post,
says that entertainment is
limited to dances and films in
the village halls.
The society, founded in
1701, is getting some enquiries.
A spokesman said: "Of
course, the salary is not
attractive: a clergyman
wouldn't go there for the
money. But there is no income
tax and no rates (local taxes).
As there is no transport, there
are no fares."
I,, 1961 the island
experienced a volcanic
eruption, and the resident
priest, the Rev. Jack Jewell, led
the evacuated population to
Britain. Most of the islanders
disliked urban civilization and
went back.
Jewell also returned with his
family 10 years later, but now
he has reached the end of his
current three-year tour, which
the society feels is enough in
the isolated post.
Tristan l)a Cunha is 1,500
miles west of South Africa's
Cape of Good Hope.


Greeks


back



fierce


newt
NICOSIA Turkish tanks
and infantry broke through
Greek Cypriot lines cast and
west of Nicosia on Cyprus
today behind heavy air strikes
and artillery and mortar
barrages.
Iluge columns of smoke rose
from devastated homes,
factories and military
installations on both sides of
the city.
And the Greeks began falling
back, taking anti-aircraft
batteries with them.
The renewed heavy fighting
came as Turkey walked out of
the Geneva peace talks,
prompting Greece to announce
its withdrawal from military
participation in the NATO
alliance.
Meanwhile, the United
Nations Security Council met
early today and unanimously
adopted a British resolution
calling for a new cease-fire and
resumption of the peace talks.
The Greek radio claims three
Turkish planes were shot down
today over the Mediterranean
island. But air attacks
continued through the morning
at various points across the
northern part of Cyprus.
In London, Archbishop
Makarios, the deposed
President ot Cyprus, called on
the world's major powers
today to rescue the eastern
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"barb rous Turkish aggres-
sion."
Makarios. who has been
living in exile here after being
ousted in a Greek-backed coup
July 15, made his appeal in a


in


fall


battlee
message issued by the Cyprus
High Commission in London.
"What the Turks failed to
achieve at the Geneva
conference by blackmail and
gunboat diplomacy, they are
now attempting to get by
brutal force," the Archbishop
said.
Makarios claimed Turkish
jets were killing defenceless
civilians and that Turkish
troops were trying to occupy
more territory.
"This is the time for great
powers, collectively or
individually, and for all
peace-loving countries to
intervene and come to the
rescue of Cyprus and save it
from the barbarous Turkish
invasion," the Archbishop's
statement said.
"I appeal to all to do their
utmost as a matter of grave
urgency to put an end to this
aggression.," Makarios
continued.
"No one can remain
indifferent and inactive at this
hour when so much is at stake.
This is the time, not for words,
but for urgent action."
The Archbishop accused the
Turks of going to Geneva not
to negotiate but to dictate and
impose their terms.
He said turkey put forward
"preposterous demands" in the
form of an ultimatum.
Meanwhile, representatives
of the 15 governments in the
North Atlantic Treaty
Organization held an urgent
meeting today and most of
them told Greece that they
hoped its withdrawal from the
military organization would be
only temporary, a NATO
spokesman said.
It was understood that
France, which also withdrew
from the NATO military
structure in 1967, was not
among those expressing the
hope.
Nor did the Greek
representative, Ambassador
Anghelos Chorafas have
anything to say about how
long Greece might be absent.
The NATO spokesman said
that members of the council
expressed the hope that tht
Greek decision would be
reconsidered as so0on a,
possible


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PFRTH l Australia Soviet
violinist (ceorgi lirmolenko,who
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SCATTER RUGS,


BATHROOM SETS


A monstrous
thing
happened

on the way

to the office...


A, R 'IL('A of the legendary Loch
A's.si Monster is on a 650-mile
journev through Britain.
it has heit n colMlissio)ned b
th/i Lb(/h Ness Preserration
Group, whose member;: are
luscrnatrcd hb reports that a gigantic
cratunr' from prehistoric times still
lives il lthe Scottish lake. They
maintain a 24-hour watch on the
loch atnd record anl strange
sightings th/re.
Th77w group asked artist and sculptor
Alan Ross, of Sittingbourne, Kent, to
create a lile-size replica of "Nessic"
Here, Nessie is towed by the /Houses
oif Parliament and Big Ben.


Busy Ford plunges


into new meetings


WASHINGTON- President
Ford continued efforts toward
creating an open
administration at meetings
today with officials of the
National Governors
Conference, the U.S.
Conference of Mayors and the
National League of Cities.
An important foreign policy
issue also was on the agenda at
a "working luncheon" with
visiting Egyptian Foreign
Minister Ismael Fahmy.
Ford packed in another busy
day yesterday, meeting with
the joint chiefs of staff,
sub-cabinet level officials and
labour chief George Meany.
The session with Meany was
described as "very friendly and
very constructive."
Meanwhile, White House
news secretary Jerald Terhorst
said Ford intends to shape his
own economic policies rather
than follow those of former
President Nixon. And Terhorst
said the planned summit
meeting on inflation may be
held within several weeks.
As for the choice of a new
vice president, speculation still
centres on former New York
Governor Nelson Rockefeller
and Republican national
chairman George Bush. But
one Ford associate says a


go home
wanted to return home. But his
interpreter said he didn't mean
it.
Looking pale and nervous,
the 19-year-old musician faced
reporters in the presence of a
Soviet diplomat and replied in
Russian to three separate
questions: "I want to go
hoine."
lo another query, he
answeicd: "I want to go back
as soon as possible. Without a
homeland a man has no heart.
Afterward. Alexandra
Skobeleff. who translated
Srmnolcnko's replies during the
15-iinute press conference.
told reporters: "I don't believe
lie was saying what he really
felt. I think he was frightened
of another Russian in the
room." She referred to Alexei
Ivkiincnko. the Soviet Consul
in ('Canberra.


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end of this week at the earliest.
a The Japanese government
announced today that Prime
Minister Tanaka has invited
President Ford to visit Japan.
A Tokyo spokesman said Ford
has not responded yet.
e Before resigning as
President last week, Richard
Nixon reportedly ordered his
aides not to seek any deals
preventing his future
prosecution. The report in
today's "Baltimore Suni"
quotes authoritative sources.
Special Watergate prosecutor
Leon Jaworski already has said
that no deal was made or
requested regarding immunity.
And Attorney General William
Saxbe has indicated that
President Ford considers the
matter of possible prosecution
to be in Jaworski's hands.
a Terhorst said Tuesday
Ford has not decided whether
he will seek election to a full
term in 1976.
Terhorst's statement
departed from previous Ford
statements that he was not
interested in another term.
o Ford likes to get the news
on his own so there are no
immediate plans for aides to
condense the information into
daily summaries.


Russian

Wednesday was the first
time Frmolenko spoke publicly
about his defection bid.


Ford reads the Wall Street
Journal. the New York Times,
the Washington Post, the
Washington Star-News and two
Michigan newspapers, the
Grand Rapids Press and the
Detroit News.
a Ford says he is not 'going
to censor public conulments Ihy
members of his family.
Terhorst was asked if the
President would commennett in a
weekend statement by his sun
Michael. 24. that Nixon should
"make a total confession of
his role in Watergate."
Tei hoist said: "I asked tlie
Picsident about that. He said
with a smile, "all my children
have spoken for themselves
since. they first learned to
speak and not always with my
advance approval and I expect
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IN A VEILED reference to
former President Nixon, the
American Bar Association
Tuesday considered a
declaration that all, regardless
of position or status, are
equal under the law.

SONGWRITER Tim Rice,
co-author of the hit musical
"Jesus Christ Superstar," is to
marry Jane Mcintosh, the
27-year-old daughter of a
Scottish businessman next
Monday.

BRITAIN'S exports during
July totalled $2,184.8
million. Imports came to
$3,332 million.

FRANCE suffered a $600
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trunk of a car that belonged
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poisoning himself, his wvifre
their seven children. ,i
Uganda reported today.
The radio, quoting a llcahli
Ministry spokesman and polki
said the body of Amini'
ex-wife, Kay Adroa, was four.
Tuesday. An autopsy 1,,%
death was caused by bleedmi
from an incomplete ...i,.
the Health Ministry sprk., .,
said.
Adroa. who was said tl hav,
been three or four monthjl
pregnant, was the sister 1,
former Foreign Affairs Minist..
Lt. Col. Ondoga, whose bod'.
was found floating in the Rii,r
Nile several months igo.
Police said they behevtiee.
doctor, identified as Pet.r
Mbalu Mukasa, committed
j suicide Monday aft c
performing the illegal iabh rti.r-
on Adroa.
Police said a seiant ..
them Mukasa forced his wiet
and their seven children t..
swallow poison tablets Sund.i,
morning. Police found th,
family on Monda, 1I:
children and wife w L.I
unconscious but are n,:W,
recovering in Mulago hospiid,
police said.
Mukasa was dead on ,irn,
at the hospital.
A hospital statement issuJ
after the visit said the
dismembered body of \Ada.
was found packed into a i ,j
and cardboard boxes.
Adroa was divorced 1%
Amin last year.
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Wednesday, August 14, 1974


By'TIENNE DUPUClH
EFFORTS by Mr. Mich el Lightboum to find out how public
money is being spent by members of the government in travels to
the Out Islands and abroad received no support in the House of
Assembly ... not even from the Opposition.
The best he got out of Leader of the Opposition Kendal Isaacs
was that he didn't agree with the assertion made by Finance
Minister Arthur Hanna when he said that these matters were dealt
with by his Ministry and that "we shouldn't question the
expenditure of public funds."
Mr. Hanna conveyed the impression that trips made abroad by
members of the government were limited and strictly controlled
by his Ministry. It was also stated that nowadays the amount
allowed Ministers for travelling expenses was so small that they
often had to use some of their own money to pay their bills.
Surely Mr. Hanna is not asking the public to believe that all the
trips made by Minister of Tourism Clement Maynard were not
paid for by the Treasury ... notably the trip to Acapulco, Mexico
when he seems to have had unnecessary members of his staff with
him.
So far as Minister of Health Loftus Roker is conccemed, of
course, the sky's the limit. The "boys" should have the world
served up to them on a silver platter.
But at this time, when so many of our people are out of work
and are finding it difficult to feed their children, all this show of
extravagance and ostentation is. in my opinion, not only in poor
taste but also a vulgar exhibition of indifference to the suffering
of the people by these men who claim to represent them in the
Legislature and government of the country.

It was said by even Opposition sections of the House that Mr.
Lightbourn did not make out a case to support his motion for
a committee to investigate these expenditures. This may or may
not be the case but certainly there is so much evidence of
extravagance and waste in government today that I feel that
Opposition lost an opportunity to reflect a widespread feeling
- among our people that more time and thought should be given to
finding means of putting food in the poor man's pot and less to
public exhibitionism.
Mr. Roker declared that "the mentality in this country is that
only a select few are entitled to honestly earn money and spend
it."
This is nonsense. From the night in January, 1956 when I was
instrumental in breaking down barriers of racial discrimination in
public places every man, woman and child in these islands has
been on an equat. footing.
What Mr. Rokhr doesn't seem to understand is that travel is
"honest" only when a man pays his own way with money he has
earned with the sweat of his brow. It is not politically honest
when a man holding public office dips unnecessarily into the
Public Treasury to indulge expensive tastes.

I suggest that these expensive tastes have been acquired by
these men who only a few years ago were humble folk, unable to
afford to spend money freely. They were not earning it ... nor did
they have any source from which they could draw funds.
But they didn't take long to catch on and it is extraordinary
how quickly they have developed the view that, in order to
maintain the dignity of their office, they must make a big public
splash.

Now let us look back over the years. In 1971 Mr. Maurice
Moore represented Freeport in the House of Assembly. In reply
to questions tabled by him in the House on the expenses of
Ministers, the then Minister of Finance Carlton Francis gave
answers that certainly give point to the stand now being taken by
the energetic member for Clarence Town, Long Island.
I ********
In The Tribune on Wednesday, March 24th. Nicki Kelly.
parliamentary staff writer, reported: "Although only three
months of the 1971 fiscal year have expired. seven of the
government's nine Cabinet Ministers have already drawn the full
amount of their entertainment allowances.
"Inctuaed among the seven are Deputy Prime Minister Arthur
Hc ma and Finance Minister Carlton Francis, both of whom were
given entertainment allowance increases in January 1971 to
reflect their status.

Further in the report: "In his reply Mr. Francis stated that
with regard to such allowances as the per diem allowances and
entertainment allowance, payment was made upon claim, and the
amount actually claimed by the applicant from time to time.
"However, Mr. Francis continued, 'as a result of a decision
taken by the Prime Minister and his colleagues in March 1970. the
full amount of entertainment allowance was claimed and paid to
each Minister in 19 70'
"According to the figures produced by Mr. Francis, the Prime
Minister therefore claimed the total allowance of $11,429 and the
remaining ten Ministers their full allowance of$2857each."

The increases in allowances given Mr. Francis and Mr. Hanna to
"reflect their status" were not authorized by the Legislature and
so I have always maintained that this was questionable procedure.
When Mr. Moore asked Mr. Francis whether these increases had
been authorized by the Legislature, he ducked the issue by saying
that "the question does not arise. "

Now here is the really important point, as revealed in Nicki
Kelly's report...
"As for the entertainment allowances paid out in 1967, 1968
and 1969, Mr. Francis said that $40,000 was allowed in each of
the last two years, of which $13,259 was drawn in 1967 and
$34,863.54 in 1968.
"In 1969 the amounts claimed were: Prime Minister $648 I .12;
Deputy Prime Minister $2082.29; Minister of Finance $781.83;
Minister of Education $385.45; Minister of Tourism $2746.59;
: Minister of Development $1865.08; Minister of Health $1607.02;
:;-Minter of Labour $1,736.37; Minister of Works $2404.41;
niter of Transport $58(0.69; Minister without Portfolio, biter


Raises questions on hanging


EDITOR The Tribine,
Kindly allow me space to
express..some, of my. thoughts
on the Government's recent
decision to hang a chosen few
of the prisoners on the death
row of our prison.
One of those prisoners is it
relative of mine and "I ai.i
understandably more upset
than if this had not bc"n the
case. But that is by no means
the only reason why I amn
upset. I was against capital
punishment from the very
moment I came to appreciate
fully the value of human life. It
was from that moment to that
I came fully to despise the act
of murder either by an
individual or the state. I believe
that all murderers are sick
and that includes not only
those murderers who will be
hanged on the thirteenth, but
it also includes the person who
will release the trap door and
the person or persons who will
give him the order AND the
person or persons who will give
him the order straight up Ito
the little god (s) at the top
As I said, I am convinced
that the average murderer is
sick. It he does it because
another person threatens his
life then that theory might not
hold true: but in general I
think that theory holds. Let's
look at a brief resume of the
life of one of these convicted
murderers, whom 1 know.
lie was born to two teenage
kids about 25 or 26 years ago
The mother was illierate and i
lived in conditions of squalor
in a house literally about 10 x
10 ft. feet with her illiterute-
mother and her illiterate
brothers and sisters.
later mother did not like the
idea of hei daughter having a
brat and so her existence and
that of her infant son became
one of terror. I. enitually. thoi',
had to flec "h'ioc" -tutl tl're
they left I can remember titi-'
when the little boy was,
literally tied to trecs with a
rope and kept theie ioc I .o
on end.
After he and his mother
escaped, it was not long before


we heard that he was in the
Reform School. And then in
jail. And out of jail. And on
the streets. And when this
happens it's only a matter of
time until one reads a verdict
in the new.pipapcrs.
And the poor mother? One
ca.n omnl hope that her poor
sou( long since become
i ,oked hy the undeserved
geniTo',ity of h'ii r portion of
haTd ships, and that she cannot
feel anymore
I lacvce ,o0 doubt that the
other i murderer lias a similar
life story a story which.
gic;ie tle ticts at their birth, a
psycli;Jatrist toi' almost
ccrt.i!,i hI i' predicted the

Mr Rlle .n d his advisory
coint r;tie prr'-simably had
ac:u'ss to these tacts: they no
doub- had attess to the
psyc\hiaitnic ind probation
l.-ports t'sv, als-l had access to
the story of the part some very
respectable politicians allegedly
played in the stry. But Mr,
Rolle and hiis committee
concluded that these were not
cases m which they felt they
could cx ercisc tic prerogative
of nicr., .
Since fthea .ire going to kill
the ,' ms in thi' :a e of the
Bahatiiiit people then one
hope, tlil Mi Rolie and the
('C in i {'re s .''i t many
sct.c.' i., Ii, n :, itliex m ust
have no doubt at Atill that they
did thit right thinsI T hey must
h i i !, T i. at their
Sr .' :;. r.y to
it,' i rs i the Greek
tAli -i iiit to these
is\' .a not i t.tk'n for any
.: ever.
b)I; I woo,,i t be happy to
s, e i ti' ddi.pr,'e that theory
i, ii'hing' to hang the others


Minister of Transport (Dr. D),on. lihnu,,s) $(054.40: Minister
Without Portfolio (Clarence Bain) Nil..
"Ministers with portfolio received s.il. iy io S.24,000 plus 1'7'.
per cent. plus entertainment allosanpce. MemhbeNs o thc lHouse,
exclusive of the Speaker and l)epul\ Speaker are paid $8500 p!us
20 per cent allowance."
The Prime Minister receives :a s:,laiv I S 1O.S5, plus 5 per cent
housing allowance and entertaining i i 13.43()

You will see by these figures that, in their euly days of puwer.
members of the ('abinet did .1 ot spedi all lthein entertaining
allowances. It was too much lor heilm.
In 1969 Minister of 'iti:ince Ca(lton iI mcis drew ,nly
$781.83 and I)epult, Iiine Minlistei Ailliti Ilania diew
$2082.29. MNlinister Wit!,,,ut I' ittoli Claience Bain dre\
nothing. Their full allowvan. was S 257 l!.i didn't need the
full allowance but, in spite l iins lact the C ibnot. ... without the
authority of the legisle i u,' ..iai' Mi. Ht ii. a dMi FIranlc', a
substantial increase in their ent tiainiiii ll owaince- "l rcfi /t
their status. Front $2857 11i. lliiin.i ;1ais jiiped to S7500 ,ind
Mr. Francis to $6,000.
And to make sure they got all lhiis money .. whether or not
they spent it on entertainiii., in lthe course of' their public dunes
... they were authorized to draw. all of it out in advance!
When all this was happeningiii there was over-employment in all
the islands and the cotunni \,i as itill enjoying a i.': iieasuC of
the prosperity these ni,.'n id i iinliented tiom tlihe U.B.P.
government ... and so lihe'e was mnesi'0 in the Treausry. Today
the Treasury is dry ... thousands t I opke re itneimployed .. and
it is now being said that these mien are not icceiving cnOiugh
money.

This is a new breed ol niiin and lite\ .iie reed\
Four generations of ivy failh seCved in the I.ceisl.aute
without remuneration. I served 32 years in tile House. Legisl.,live
Council and Senate. I was a mniehei of the Senate when the
P.L.P. took over in 1967 .nd shlirtl\ al't wards they int:odiced
salaries for members of thle LLc.islatiie
I had three more years to uo t, complete tie 10-year ter'n of
my appointment but I resigned in Octbe, 168 while I was
attending a press conference in Aigenla
One of the reasons for im resignatio \o.is that I didn't feel
jsutified in taking the public's :iion\ fo, the little work
membership of the Senate entailed
During my absence thle Ireasur i.C'ifiLIued to paI miIy s.ilaiy
into my account at the Royal Banitk ot Caiidi I \s ws entitled to
this money and could hae kep t it. hii; I didn'l.
On Decembei 3. lQ18S I votie tlie t ,i., ,ii letter to the
Minister of Finance.
"Dear Mr. iFrancis .. I .i niclow iig liere\silh ch Jiequ'e' or
$416.67, representing! salary paid in].) .1S a Sent)aor r lhe i ,ntill
of October.
"I was absent from thlie Col'ii oni leave during ithl' pciid but.
in view of my decisio- 'ni esinI mni appoinItment it the Senate as
soon as I returned to thie colon\. I do not feel that I should
accept payment for this period f le.sive. I would appreciate an
acknowledgement."
The Ministry kept thlie money bhiii I received io repl '
***:i ** +*
I was entitled to this noney but I didn 't keep it because I
didn't feel that I had earned it.
Today, understand, as a result of the decision taken by the
Cabinet in March. 1970, members ol the Cabinet diaw their
entertaining allowances in advance and they aie able to keep this
money whether or not they use it Ior lihe purpose foi which it
was intended.
Apparently it is now reg.aided' as a pa.l of their salaries
because, when a member of the Cabinet ceases to be a Mitiistei he
does not return to the Treasury any part of the money he has
drawn in advance.
At a time like this when public nicn should be setting an
example by spending less public money on themselves ... the
public is being told that they need more money to maintain their
new style of living!

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Ye gods and little fishes!- ANONYMO .Q..


on death row.
Hanging is barbaric.
unnecessary and unsuccessful:
it does not achieve what the
propagators of the theory of
deterrence claim it does. We
have hanged many people in
this country and the murders
persist. Perhaps if we hadn't we
may have concineed the
society of the value of human
life ....
And what has the
Opposition got to say about
this whole affair? Not a word
. not a single solitary word!
In my moments of
objectivity I can see that a
stranger would think thai I
would probably let a murderer
off lightly. No: but if t 1L-:
an) thing to do with it there
would be no further
destruction of life and the sick
ones would be treated if
treatment would help.
Before I quit I would ask
Mr. Rolle to answer in his own
mind the following questions:
If those murderers were his
friends or relatives would he
find these were not cases for
CHAMBER DINNER


PAUL L. Adderley.
Attorney General and Minister
of External Affairs, will be the
guest speaker at the August
supper meeting of the Bahamas
Chamber of Commerce. The
meeting will be held in the
Governor's Hall of the
Sheraton British Colonial Hotel
on Wednesday, August 21st,
with cocktails at 7:15 p.m. for
an 8 p.m. buffet supper.
Mr. Adderley's subject will
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Independent Bahamas."
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showing mercy or would he
pardon them? Would he release
.the trap if no one else is
prepared to do'? And I wonder
what the Governor-Geneial s
answers are? Or the
Committee's? People who
presume to exercise the
prerogative of a god must at
the very least be very upright
people ... (since when?)
NORRIS R. CARROLL.
August 9, 1974
P. 0. Box F,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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THE TRIBUNE ..- Wednesday, August 14, 1974


-' w Ow Mb -su


TOWN and AROUND


...by Daphne Wallace-Whitfield


WHAT MARY QUANT
did for London in the
fashion world Mavis
Beneby, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Wilfred Beneby
of Pyfrom's Addition, is
planning to do for Nassau.
Mavis, a graduate of
Government High School,
studied fashion design in New
York City at the Mayer School
of fashion design and the
Fashion Institute of
Technology. After two years
she transferred to the London
College of Fashion and
Clothing Technology at which
she studied for a year.
In the summers she worked
in the trade itself both in New
York and London and
admitted in a recent interview
with The Tribune that she
gained much of her know-how
;'" in the industry herself.


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A new fashion girl


hits Bahamas scene


MAVIS BENEBY---
a young Bahamian
full of fresh and
go-ahead ideas
for setting new
fashion trends
in the Bahamas.


Mavis, who has only been
back home for three weeks, is
bursting with plans for the
future.
That there is no fashion
industry as such in the
Bahamas doesn't deter her the
slightest. After all someone has
to be the first.
Phase one of her plans is ,'
fashion show early in the new
year which will feature Mavis
Beneby originals only.
This young designer is
working systematically.
Already she has "just about
everything designed."
Of course, the designs are
secret, but Mavis was willing to
give a preview of her fashion
philosophy.
"I think it's time the
Bahamas started their own
fashion trends instead of
looking to the United Sta,:s or
Europe", she said. So, first and
foremost her clothes are
designed with the way of life.
climate and people of the
Bahamas in mind.
"I love to sew with soft
slinky material, jersey etc. I go
for the shoulder pad look, the
very flared long skirts and
generally speaking the
sophisticated moody look".
Mavis said.
Generally designers create
for the tall slim model girl
figure. Not so, Mavis. She
.designs clothes for people.
And. as people come in various
shapes and sizes so will her
clothes.
In the fashion show, Mavis
said she will have assorted sized.
models so that the potential
customer will he able to see
what an outfit looks like on
someone with a figure like
her's.
Alter the show the garments.
will go on sale and there'll only
be one of each kind.
Mavis describes the purpose
of her fashion show "to
introduce myself to the
clothing market."
Alter this introduction "'1
hope to start manufacturing
women's and men's wear on a
full scale."
Quite an undertaking for a
20-year-old girl. But Mavis
brims with confidence, purpose


r


and a love of her work.
"I love what I'm doing. I'm
serious about it .. It sounds
glamorous but it's really hard
work". she said.
For her factory Mavis ticked
off the staft she would have to
hire: assistant designers.
pattern makers. pattern
graders, lay planners, marker
makers, stock cutters, pressers.
machinists and sample makers
Of to-day 's Bahamian
women Mavis said "generally
speaking (they're) very fashion
conscious. I hey know what
they want btlt the\ can't get it
( ihe re )"
This yoting Bahamiian
fashion designer anticipates
ollerine the Baihaiaiin \\onan
quality\ and original wear
appropriate for the Bahamas at
a reasonable cost.
Amen to that!

AFTIlR fourteen years in
the teaching profession and
thirty years with the Post
Office Mr. Reuben Gomez was
feted recently at a farewell
party in his honour by his
colleagues at the Central Union
Hall on East Street South.
When the Deputy
Postmaster said goodbye to
"friends, fellow workers and
slaves" there were tears in his
eyes and a catch in his voice.
He advised all young people
entering Government service of
any nature to take pride in


MEMBERS OF THE GOMI
left to right are: Anthony; M
of Joseph Ford, M. P. foi In
University of Detroit; Rodoor
Princess Margaret Hospital a
Barbados. Seated from left
Reuben Gomez and Anita, a
Detroit, Michigan.


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doing a good job and to realise
that it is also a social duty and
requires dedication.
These same qualities Mr.
Gomez not only displayed in
his civic public life but also in
his private family life.
HW and his wife Jane are the
parents of eight fine young
men and women. Mr. Gomez
brought his wife with him from
the Berry Islands to Aed at St.
Barnabas Church in Nassau. He
remarked that in over 40 years
of married life she has been a
loving helpmate and, in his
opinion, maturity had only
enhanced her beauty.
"So much of my time has
been devoted to the service
that 1 have not been able to
give enough time to my
beloved wife. However. all of
that time we consider well
spent and now my dear one
and I will be able to enjoy each
other's company."
With a mischievous grin he
said "we will be able to have
our second honeymoon' We
just returned from Barbados
where our son Drexel is Lord
Bishop. We had a wonderful
time.
"Our eldest child. Thelma J.
Ford, is head teacher at Yellow
Llder Gardens School, and is
married to the M.P. for Inagua.
"Another well loved child is
Myrtle Rosalind. A senior sister
at the Princess Margaret
Hospital she left to go to the
States for her B.Sc. and since
she was refused further leave
she continued for another year
and achieved her Master's
Degree ,t her own expense.
"Our son Anthony worked
for Bateico until 1973 andl
then moved Ito lleeconis nherc
he is still eniployied and is
presently at Freeport. Grand
Bahama.
"Another member of the
medical profession I(besides
\i rilr Rosalind) is Dr. Michael
Perry Gomez of the University
of Detroit. Michigan.
-his is to mention some of
our children of whom we are
proud. All are equally
important to us and we have
tried to teach them all the
value of service to others", Mr.
Gornme said as he prepares to


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KEE PARKING
DINNER
Sl1:00a.m. 1
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AGER
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enter a well deserved t ^
retirement.
Mrs. Gomez has some well I
chosen words on the rearing of
a family, a profession in which
she has obviously excelled.
Beating children is wrong, in
her opinion, but a good old
fashioned spank on the bottom 0
on the other hand is a
deterrent against bad manners
or behaviour.
About the family's religious
life Mrs. omez had this to
say: "I only know that when
we were young and I often
could not go to service because
of necessary householf chores.
)addy would go with them."
"It is true", she said, "that I
the family which prays
together stays together."
Mr. Charles Harris, the i
Post master, made the
valedictory speech on behalf of
himself and all who had the
privilege of working with at:d
under Mr. Gomez.
On behalf of the staff long I
time postal employee Miss
Clarke made a presentation to 1,
Mr. Gomez of a brief case and
a watch. | iA
Mr. Gomez had one further
comment. He told everyone
present that Mr. Harris was
now Captain of the team and .
the whole team (all postal a
employees) should heed his
advice and guidance. If they I
did this the game of life would
he won and the rewards great.

Ray Belton, a student at the l
Stafford College of Further
education, has finished first in
the (Commonwealth in City and
G(uIlds examinations, a news
dispatch from London reports.
Ray. who was one of 326
students drawn throughout the
commonwealth h to sit th
Mechanical Engineering exam, C
has worked as an apprentice [
plant mechanic for the Sir I 0
Robert McAlpine construction
company for the past two and
a hall years.
Mir. George llmore, the
College principal, presented
Rad with the City and Guilds a
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agua; Perry, a doctor at the
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mnd Drexel, Lord Bishop of I
are: Veronica, Mr. and Mrs.
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A JUDGME)( NT, with costs.
in favour of Bahamas
(o inionwealth Trust
Corporation Limited (BCTC)
was delivered Monday, by the
Chief Justice. Sir Leonard
K nowles
lhe ('hief Justice's order
excludes BCTC from the
jurisdiction of the provisional
liquidators of Bahamas
Coinnonwealth Bank limited
(BCB) who were appointed on
July 5, 1974 by Mr. Justice
Maxwell Thompson on an
application by Fund of Funds,
FOI" Proprietary Funds. lOS
(;rowth und and Venture
Fund (International) for the
winding-up of B('B
Mr Cecil Wallace Whittield,
who appeared for BCTC.
submitted that the court had
no jurisdiction to make an
order affecting BC 'IC, which is
a subsidiary of BCB, and that
the evidence before Mr. Justice
Thompson did not disclose
that the assets of BCT I were in
jeopardy .
An affidavit by Mr. John F.
J. King, managing director of
BCI', submitted to the
Supreme Court asserted that
no assets of BCfC are owned
b) B(CB and showed that the
trust company has a separate
corporate and legal existence
iroim BUB
Ihe practical effect of the
July 5 order. Mr. King
maintained, was to place the
provisional liquidators of BCB
in the position of provisional
liquidators of BCTC' thus
causing BCTC "to suffer
immediate and irreparable
injury and damages."
That position by the
provisional liquidators. Mr.
King pointed out. had been
taken without any statutory
authority, without filing a
winding-up petition with
respect to BCTC'. without
alleging or showing any
necessity for or urgency with
respect to the winding up of
BC(TC. without any notice to
BCTC and without affording
the trust company an
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In his order the Chief Justice
poiniitcd out that an affidavit
hb\ one of the petitioners had
,ho\wn a course of conduct
"involving gross manipulation
and use of the assets of the
companies controlled by Mr.
\orman P. LeBlanc and his
jssociites." And it was pointed
out that since BCTC was also
controlled by Mr. LeBlanc and
Associates it was feared that the
assets ol this company would
also be misused.
Commented Sir Leonard:
Although it would appear
that Mr LeBlanc is a director
of BCTC and the companies
referred to in the affidavit,
there was no evidence before
me to show that the other
directors of BCTC were also
directors of any of th., other
companies."
The ('hief Justice ruled "In
my opinion the court had no
jurisdiction to make an order
directly affecting the assets or
business of BCTC, or any other
subsidiary. There is no
question that while the order
stands, it gives the provisional
liquidators power over the
shares of the subsidiaries of
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if BCTC if they are
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appointment of a Receiver of
BCTC(', and it seems to me that
it direct control were required
this is the course which should
have been followed in the first
place."


Sir Leonard ordered the
court order set aside "in so far
as it directly affects BCTC."


Graduation
TWENTY SEVEN women
were awarded certificates in a
graduation ceremony at the
Sheraton British Colonial Hotel
on Saturday night after
completing a three month
course in Child Care and
Pre-School Teaching.
The course, organized and
sponsored by the Child's Care
and Pre-School Teachers
Association, was held at
Stephen Dillet Primary School
and was conducted by Dr.
Sullivan of Florida
International University, Mrs.
Ray from New Jersey, and Dr.
Adeir from New York.
Bahamas Senate President, Dr.
Doris Johnson, served -s
consultant to the Pre-School
teachers while on the course.


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Waters, a native of New
York City, is a graduate of the
Hotel and Restaurant
Management College of Florida
State University, and has been
managing resort hotels since
1961.
Although new to the
Bahamas, Waters is a seasoned
manager of island-located
resort properties, and comes to
this position from the Aruba
Caribbean Hotel where he was
manager and directed that
hotel's complete redecoration
programme. Before Aruba, he
lived in Puerto Rico, where he
managed the famous El San
Juan and the Condado Beach
hotels. Prior to this island
positions he was part of the
management team for the
world-renowned, 700 room
Americana Hotel in Bal
Harbour, (Miami Beach),
Florida.
Experienced in all phases of
hotel operation and
management, Stuart Waters
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partiality for the food and
beverage areas of his hotels,
and had been responsible for
the design, construction,
decoration and themes of
se-eral gourmet restaurants
within his former hotels.
Despite the fact that they
have only been in Freeport for
two weeks, Waters and his
wife, Karmen, -have already
made new friends and have
expressed their delight in being
a part of their new island
community.
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accommodations, including
private villas, deluxe suites and
beautifully decorated, tropical
style bedrooms. There is also a
mile-long private beach, two
I 8-hole PCGA championship
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courts, three swimming pools,
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entertainment and dining
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traveller. Together with the
excellent staff that I have met
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guests in true Princess style,"
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Arrived Today: Domburgh
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Arriving Tomorrow:
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Sailed Today: Domburgh
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Sailing Tomorrow Bahama
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Wind: Light variable
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Max: a9Min:73.
Humidity: 66 percent.
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BAHAMIAN
GROWN
WHOLE
FRYES
Per lb.


VALLEYDALE
PICNIC
I HAMS
Per Ib.


MEA DEPARTMENTS


LYKES
VIENNA SAUSAGES
4-oz.

2/89C


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SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK AUGUST 16TH, THROUGH 20TH, 1974. "m. M..


DELMOEiC
-STEAK
Per lb.


U.S.CHOICE
RIB ROAST
AW


Per lb.


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Kahn's


Carolina
SLICE BACON
Per lb

89C


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Kahn
SLCEl COTRO SALAMI
8-oz
l 50


Kohn 7
ALL MEAT FRANKS
Per lb.

1.35
Kohn
PURE BEEF FRANKS
Per lb.

*1.35


Birdseye
CHOPPED SPINACH
10-oz

2/690
Sara Lee
CAKES
Chocolate/
Banana/Orange
14-oz

p1.39


Pillsbury
CINAMON ROLLS
9-oz.


Eagle Brand
BUTTER
Y.lb.


BIRDS


Birdseye
FRENCH GREEN BEANS
9-oz.

2/890M

Minute Maid


ORANGE JUICE
6-oz


2/890 I
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Kraft
ORANGE JUICE
64-oz.

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From hPge 5
Bronze medal.
Ray is well known in the
Bahamas, having spent 13 years
in Nassau with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Beltol,
between the ages of seven and


twenty.
A year ago he married
Janice, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Bud Hall and
grand-daughter of Mrs. Ivy
Kamler, at Ebenezer Church in
Nassau. The couple are now
living in England where Ray


not unto thine own understanding" ..P. Prov. .3

NASSAU CHRISTIAN ACADEMY
Thoroughly Christian Fully Academic
NURSERY 3-YR.-OLD thru 9th GRADE

CALL 3-2641 TODAY LIMITED OPENINGS



NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that JAMES HENRY BAIN of
Seagrape Grand Bahama, is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 14th day of August
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau.


plans to follow a career with
McAlpines.
Father. Mr. Idward Belton,
is now the Works
Superintendent on McAlpine
construction in Grand Cayman
and has been with the
company 25 years.
When McAlpines have
completed their contract there
the Beltons may be transferred
to the Turks and Caicos Islands
where the company has several
major contracts,
The Beltons are neighbours
of Sir Etienne and Lady
Dupuch in Grand Cayman.
They have a second floor
apartment opposite the
Dupuchs.
Mr. Belton has some
interesting things to say about
labour in Nassau. When he first
came to Nassau, he said, most
of the men were satisfied to
work two or three days and
rest for the balance of the
week but as time passed their
whole attitude changed. By the
time he left Nassau they were
anxious to work full time and
do overtime. Some of them
were building their own homes.
"Bahamian skilled workmen
are among the best in the West
Indies." he said. "They can't
be beaten and they are seldom
matched".
Mrs. Rachael ("Nan")
Belton recalls with pleasure the
years they spent in Nassau In


the past she and Mr. Beltc .
have come to Nassau to spend
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs.
Buck Johnson and Mrs. Matie
Butler. It is possible that they
will go to Disney World -in
Florida for Christmas this year.
*****.************

Esther Bethel, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bethel of
Nassau, was among tho.'c
attending the 33 biennial
convention of Phi Mu national
collegiate sorority at the Grand
Hotel, Mackinac Island,
Michigan, the week August 2
to 7.
Esther is president of her Phi
Mu collegiate chapter at
Florida Southern College,
Lakeland. Florida.

Lilymae Mortimer of Nassau
received her bachelor of arts
degree in American Studies
from Oklahoma Christian
College at the Commencement
exercises August 2 in
Hardeman auditorium.

Chris Fox, son of Mrs. Sarah
Fox of Nassau, has been
enrolled at Boston's Berklee
College of Music's Freshman
Class of 1974.
Chris's curriculum will
include courses in arranging,
improvisation and solo and
orchestral performance.

jV4


A" JMAICA INDEPEN-
DENCE PARTY A party was
held at the Nassau Beach H'otel
last week to celebrate the 12th
year of Jamaica's
kldependence. Attending the
memorable affair were many
Jamaicans residing in the
Bahamas, as woel as a host of
Bahamian politicians and
dignitartes. Pictured at the
celebration are from left,
Senator Qerald Cash, Governor-
General Sir Milo Butler and
Lady Butler, and Mr. Oswald
Murray, Acting Jamaican High
Commissioner in Nassau.


He will major in last September.


Instrumental Performance and
upon graduation will be
qualified for a career as a
teacher, arranger, composer
and instrumentalist.

For five nights in July and
August the Cayman Drama
Society staged William Douglas
Home's "The Secretary Bird"
in the Town Hall at George
Town to a packed house.
Director of the play was
Jack Dredge who, accompanied
by his wife, arrived in Cayman
from Freeport, Grand Bahama


Mr. Dredge was a founder
member of the Freeport
(Bahamas) Players' Guild and
was involved in one capacity or
another in the majority of their
productions from 1961 to
1973.
His wife, Judith, played the
lead role in "Secretary Bird".
Previous performances in
Freeport included Five Finger
F exercise. The Browning
Version. Mary Mary.
Importance of Being I-arnest
and Last of the Red Hlot
Lovers.


CAREER OPPORTUNITY




For those wanting to join the Real Estate
Profession, Intercontinental Realty offers the
chance to become involved- in this rewarding
business. Applicants should be between ages
23 to 35 with High School Standard
Education. Successful applicants will be given
theoretical and on the job training.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that SYBIL DAVIDSON of
Newbold Street, Nassau, Bahamas is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 14th day of
August 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box
N-3002. Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ELMA KATHLENE PRATT
of Davis Street, New Providence is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
,within twenty-eight days from the 14th day of August
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002,
Nassau.


MR. RAY BELTON first in the Commonwealth -
pictured with his bride, Janice (nee Hall) a year ago.


Someone they can Trust!


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OLD LONDON CHEESE DOODLES



8-PACK


PMTT LIGHTS RESEaE. PnRIgS TWIURSAT, ANgST 15
f.! BSUNDAY, AWUST 11,1974 ~ 'j J


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ORANGE OR LU N
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W-D BRAND GROUND BEEF


BOTTLES


BOTTOM ROUND ROAST


LB.


MAXWELL HOUSE
COFFEE
REGULAR DRIP, OR FINE
GRIND, OR ELECTRIC PERK


1-LB.
CAN


.$2 19


WHOLE FRYERS .....B.65
SIRLOIN STEAK. LB. 2
T. BONE AND PORTERHOUSE
STEAK ..................................Le. 2
SIRLOIN TIP ROAST............. LB. 2
NATIVE PORK ................. 99


CRISCO
SHORTEINI


NATIVE PORK
LEG PORTION .................... 1
N.Z.
LAMB SHOULDER CHOPS LB .99
W-D ALL MEAT OR
DINER FRANKS ............. 99
W-0 ALL MEAT
BOLOG NA .............................LB 99
MELLOW CRISP BACON LB....... 129


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COLD POWER
DETERGENT


MORTONS CREAM PIES
ALL FLAVORS


BIRDS EYE INTERNATIONAL
STYLE MIXED VEGETABLES


3-LB.
CAN

*^ ^"^AC
1~mBQ


CORNET ASSORTED


10-OL BIROS EYE
BRUSSEL SPROUTS .......65
4-EARS BIRS EYE
CORN ON COB ..........84


2LB. ON-COR
SLICED BEEF DINNER 2.19
16-0L TASTE-0 SEA
PEROH FILLET ........ 1.29


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MRS. FILBERTS
WHIP BOWL MARGARINE


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Soft ;
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124Z.
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WINN-DIlXlE
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HALF GALLON DONALD DUCK
GRAPEFRUIT JUICE... 1.19


200-CT
PKG.


TISSUE
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UNCLE BENS RICE

&$599


10-LB.
BAG


LIBBY
VIENNA SAUSAGE


S0 POTATOES

0)10S. $169


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UMA BEANS


14-.on


GREEN
PEPPERS

4 FOR 69


ORANGES

8LB. BAG $9


FIRM RIPE
TOMATOES

LB. 59t



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NATIVE GROWN
WATERMELLONS

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CIl CLASSIFIED ADVS. BRING RESULTS-FAST
CLASSIFIED SC. IO...


REAL ESTATE FOR RENT CARS FOR SALE L IME.SUPPLIES SCHOOLS HELP WANTE ELPmiT HELP METED
. . .l -A 7.. .. ._ . .. . . . ...1


C16420
OUT EAST 100 on Bay
Street East by 24 1 ft Depth -
only $18,000.00. See any time.
Dial Nick Damianos 22033,
evenings 411

C16419
SEABREEZE 3 bedrooms 3
baths expensively furnished i
in immaculate condition. 100 x
100 fruited. Only $50,000.00.
Finance available to eligible
Purchaser See any time. For
action dial 22033, 22307,
evening 41197.


C 16388
PRIVATE PARTY SELLS
LAND
BUY WITHOUT A
MIDDLE MAN
CASH OR BANK LOAN
PHONE 53910

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

Bay and Deveaux Streets
Telephone 27667-248'5

FOR SALE

Exc-l'-nt opportunity to buy
desirable property on
Carmichael Road well-situated
and containing attractive
two bedroom residence on
nearly ten acres of land with
.Jid.. n. ii 8 acres under
nominal lease extending to
Corrie Sound. Property
,, !, developed with
fruit trees and coconut palms,
city water, electricity and
stand-by generator plus about
1] veil 'emor iric.,tion. Asking
S.o,.no ,. i, shed


Large three-bed, two-bath
reid ence desirable hilltop
M-,-lagt; area Lving room.
Bahama -Oni separate dining
room. spacious kitchen.
Detached garage, maid's room,
laundry. Asking $55,000
Surnished.

Desirable three-bed, three bath
residence, quiet area off
Eastern Road. Living room,
separate dining room, family
room, etc. Large lot, fruit tries.
$75,000 furnished.
H. G. CHRISTIE LTD.
Phone 21041/2/3/4.


FOR SALE OR RENT

C16370
4 bedroom 2 bathroom
Linft rnished sern i-hilltop
airconditioned house. Large
yard. centrally located in
Shircyi Park Avenue.
$43.000-$350 ($525 rent
"j ll,.- J1in, Phone 28293
34527.


FOR RENT

C16399
2 bedroom apartment (duplex)
Highland Park. ((iunfiurshed)
Call : 54944

L. 16400
THREE furnished tooms with
model i conveniences and gas
stoves on Chiistic Street east
side. Iaindriomat in yard
Rooms $16, $20 arnd $25 per
week. Phone 5-481 1

( 164 14
Chai rinq houses, niiel
fi. in, hed 2 bedroom',i '
bdthrooHnis Cable i-iacth,
poui. and sea, air co ditionti-d
Phone 1-/b30.

C i'4:22
2 HEDROOM 2 baiht
ocitani ew dp.ai mnient. T V
aintonniei[ no chlli 'in. ino pe-'s
Telechuosi /8141 or 7 765

L I ,o4?
T11,LE BF, CIOOMS. TWO
[4A T S. mioder nI newly
redecorated ho;:se. Last Street
Southi rTiman iod (South
Beach), on yoar ly teaPe
Untilir ritshed, goo! t loi jt jin.
.i r(olldiltilo lef liit siiitll
pi otessu11iadl fa ily I iiepnl :i-
*, re ,3t. ,4 01 224 i

I 'REE bpei oorm upstdrs
dl-t ient j few nsmii tes to
dovv'-, t-ow'n, l cd iSt a Tminute's
walk t' Palmdale Shopping
Centre Located on Mount
Royal ,venuiln just southli O
Madeirs Street. Shirley I heights
For further information phone
21338.
C16119
COTTAGES and
APARTMENTS monthly
airconditioned, fully furnished,
maid service available. Lovely
garden and swimming pool.
Telephone 31297, 31093.


C16136
LOVELY 2 bedroom
airconditioned apartment,
Dundas Court, Pyfrom's
Addition, Master T.V. antenna

enclosed parking area. For
information call 3-4953 or
5-4258.


LARGE 2 bedroom apartment,
a ir cond itioned, furnished.
$280 per month
Photo_. 58134


C16379
2 bedroom apartment, Winton
Highw-ay, fully furnished.
bal ony with excellent views.
All utilities included. $350 per
month. Phone 21631.

C16289
ONE THREE BEDROOM.
two bath, airconditioned
furnished home, Queen's
Road, Nassau East, Phone
5 4684 or 2-375).


Cl6358
IMMEDIATE occupancy.
Efficiency apartments, close to
town. a irconditioned
basically furnished $150,000
per month. Call Bert L.
Roberts Ltd. Telephone
2-3177.

C16293
COLONIAL MANOR
APARTMENTS. Collins Ave.,
2nd. Terrace. Furnished, 1
bedroom, airconditioned
apartments with swimming
pool and laundry facilities.
ALSO Large furnished two'
bedroom town house. Same
location. Phone 28808,
between 0 a.m.- 1 p.m.

WAITS TO RENT
C16306
IF YOU HAVE A HOUSE or
apartment you wish to rent,
please call H.G. Christie Ltd.,
309 Bay Street, Nassau. Phone
21041/2/3/4

FOR SALE

C16410
PUREBRED Dooerman Pups
for Sale. $150 and $125.
Ready now Hind, Eastern
Road Tel. 41128
C16403
55 H.P. Johnson Outboard
Motor in good condition. Price
B$600. Phone 34099.

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

C16350
MACKEY ST. DEPARTMENT
STORE.
MACKEY ST. AND
PALMDALE AVE. Opposite
Bar 20 Corner. Telephone
52398.
S0s% ODiscount Storewide.
Some items 50% off.
STORE HOURS: Monday
Friday and Sat. 8 a.m. to 8
p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

C16409
2 Antique Port/Starboard
Ships lamps (collector's items)-
$50 00
1 '69 Pontiac GTO A/C all
power Al condition $2,800
3 Bermuda Cedar Wood
occasional tables $200
1 Pinewood standard lamp
$25 00
1 hood $10.00
Set of 9 teak shelves
$150.00
1 Portable Typowriter
$40 00
I Spit Roast Portable Oven
$40 09
:ai,'iii,- each $20.00
3 Srnmall shelves $15.00
1 Philips Reel to Reel
Taperecorder $120.00
All reasonable offers
considered.
Cat! 56451 ask fto Apt. ?21 0


CRAFT SUPPLIES

( 1I 138
NOW ir s,tock at Baharnian
Paint SLupply, Bay Street:
* Do oupage
* C le.. C.st
* Candle t f f

Phon. ? 238 2 28?8


CARS FOR SALE

Sj/4
I("') TRIUMPiH I 3h0, white
with ied ilteri io!.
Telephone 343/5


(-IG39/
MUST SELL
19/3 Avenier. low mil.a.ec
reliable for years to come.
$1800 (Coral Har h-nur Gas
Station 7/014 Mr O'Brien.

C15404
1973 PLYMOUTH FURY,
loaded with extra features.
$6.500 will take trade in.
Phone 28293-34527.


C16334
"I IInO)UblNI '
'73 CADILLAC, Black. Black
vinylop t. All extras. "Private"
i 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 ONLY $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


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 .
OON'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 H'LLMAN 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
$1,350.00
$300.00


ESCORT Price
Down-Payment


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 Dowir-Payment
$850.00
1970 CHEVY IMPALA Price
$1,750.00 Down-Payment
$450.00
1973 PONTIAC VrNTURA IN
TIP TOP SHAPE "Mice
$5,250.00 Down-Payment
$1,000.00
1971 FORD 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 $5,2;0 000
Down-Payment $1,000.00
THIS VEHICLE CAN BE
SEEN AT MOTOR CENTRE
LTD., THOMPSON
BOULEVARD, NASSAU.


I I


C 16362
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:
C16398
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.
C16396
22 NORTH American. 160
H.P. Mercruiser, new engine,
stern drive rebuilt. Sleeps 2.
Excellent condition. $3500
O.N.O. One engine rebuilt 160
H.P. Mercruiser Chevy. $700
O.N.O. Call 31642.


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.


LOST
C 16408
WHITE, long haired, female
cat, vicinity Nassau Harbour
Club. Reward. 3-1222.

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.


C IN MEMOIAM
16402


In loving memory of our dear
mother and grandmother
HENREITHA EVANS who
departed 14th August 1971.
No longer must the mourners
weep
Nor call departed Christians
dead
For death is hallow'd into sleep
And every grave becomes a
bed.
Left to mourn one daughter
Mrs. Mabel Woodside, sons
Dennis Evans and Rolland
Evans, grandsons Wilton and
Chris Finlayson, many relatives
and friends.
Signed: Mabel Woodside.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

C 13 76
PLAY GOLF at Blue Hill Golf
Course Pji 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
Lo(khart on hand ai, I times
for golf lessons Call 36333.

C16417
THE BAHAMAS GOSPEL
MISSION KINDERGARTEN
will reopen on Septembei 2nd
1974 at 8:30 a.m to I p i.
Ages 2<' to 5 years.
Previous rates have been
reduced. Please call 21338 for
rates and reservation or call at
Mission Office.


SCHOOLS


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


Clb 114
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive -- 'i confidence.
Phone 59805 bet seen 7 and
8:30 a.m. or after 6 p.m. or
3-5034 anytime.


C16413
SAVE on clothing for yourself
and your family. LEARN TO
SEW with and without
patterns.
Competent instructor Simplified lessons
Enroll NOW for next term.
Registration daily, Mon. --
Sat., 8 a.m to 8 p.m.
D'ELEGANT SCHOOL OF
FA SH ION AND
DRESSMAKING.
Corner East Shirley and Fowler
Streets. Telephone 53223.


HELP WANTED

C16415
3 MALE Farmworkers ages 30
to 45, for hog farm. Telephone
3-1004 or 2-4346.
C16426
LIVE in Cook wanted. Must do
some cleaning too. Must be
single and have at least five
years references. Salary $35 a
week. Write P. O. Box N8194.

C16425
LIVE in Nurse maid wanted to
clean the house, do the
laundry, serve the table and
supervise eleven year old boy.
Must have at least five years
references. Salary $35. a week.
Write P. 0. Box N8194.

C16421
MAID AND COOK for
work ing couple and
pre teenager. P'e(, person
who lives near Eastern Road.
Six days pet week Must be
clear, reliable and energetic.
CJ'? .30 4 Sa ,-v ( -mdpend on
a- hi ly Call 24 a;tp'r 6 p.im.

C16411
SVr. IN maid to (are for blind
$d $5b pCif eek. Whle
Adv. C 16411, c.'o The Tribune,
P. 0. Box N3207, Nassau.

C16383
Part-time tutor for 15 year old
girl studying for G.C.E. '0"
levels. 3-1313.


ALARMSF/"r mTY
loi"'s Al ': viu, I'hl 1 ,2042
n ,
ANTENNAS
IslalJd IV 'lit 2 2hb S

AUTOMOTIVE
I ilao'. iliteries
IaJV Sir Iv t.;Ir;Ig Ph. 2-2434
[rarisnr1iis,,n I(Ie i:irs
Slhell Acli St.iii. lln I'l 5 2000

BOOKSTORE
Ill ( rli sti.rii iln ik
SIh-p i'lh S 744

BUSINESS FORMS

rilrurrs. l'h. 2 42f67/f 4011

KITCHEN CABINETS

I tirniiilur- I'll i I 20

CAMERAS
Jhn Hull I'll 2-42 2/1

DOWNTOWN PARKING
M\i, il)ith k R.i c "
Pitmi 2 47271d.ia I 7 7397(1iiie)

ENTERTAINMENT
Altlit, Vitl hl & Si vi
S Is & li4l'.Si t 5 vi cl h, 2 2157

FLORISTS
itlaiid I hir I iih 22702/5-5419

GARDEN & PET SUPPLIES
Mt.lei'riiisni it. l'
MadIira Shiliptie l'li/a l'hi 2-2 868
Nt;su(,.,eirJvn & 2'I
Maillti"r ,\ rimie i'h 2-42S9


C 1.6126
WANTED IMMEDIATELY
Experienced Offset Pressman,
40 hours per week, good
working conditions. APPLY
BAHAMAS PRINTING, Oakes
Field.
C16361
ELECTRICAL STOE: ROOM
CLERK. Must be abletOt.drive.
Only experienced perso'ihsneed
apply. Telephone 3-6644 'or
write: William's Electric Ltd.,
P. 0. Box N1151, Nassau.

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.

C16329
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 16406
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.

C16380
AIR CONDITIONING
Mechanic experienced in
servicing and maintenance of
1ll types and sizes of
equipment, Must have own
hand tools, valid driver's
liconce. Ability to diagnose and
repair without supervision and
the desire to advance and
iniprove skills. Salary and
benefits according to ability
and open for negotiation.
Bahamians only need apply.
Call Hill York Limited. 24074
for interview appointment.


LAUNDRY&DRY CLEANING
New Oriental L.iundry Ph. 2-4403

MEN WEAR
lasIlloet.lr Ltid. Ih. 2-2376/7

OPTICIANS
Opticil Services Ltd. Ih. 2-3910/1

PAPER
C(.'riini rci.l r Iaplu'.ipl-lse I'i. 5-9731
PRINTING
W tng, Il'r i I'rllil hll. S-4506

I'rinlcr. PIh. 2-4267/S-401 I

RUBBER STAMPS
Wrin's Riiibehr SIainiiis I'lh. 5-4S.0(,
Ilhr 1 riuin I'll. 2-1986

SPORTS GOODS
( hillpioil Spi'ws l.aiid I'r. 2-1862

TRAVEL
I'lr, tutirs I'h. 2-2931/7
H. II. Ciirr7; .... ,,r,. 2-86 i/7

TRUCKING
Johlinson's
Trucking & landulapr I'lh. 5-9574
C nitch salad I rucking
Ili\ css4 I'. 2-4726/3 -162 ..

TV REPAIRS
(chai.nn l I lectr-iics Ld.l'h. 3-5.478

TYPEWRITER REPAIR


I'h. S-1044


HUHNICANE AWNINGS UPHOLSTERING
hj n iiS (iorle I'h. 2- 421/6 I tddi '< tlph hltlriird Ph. S-9713





mmimm mememal iimmimimmi i
SShop Nassau Merchants

For Business And Services


C16401i. : :. :,-
SOME one tb live on 4. acres
of lahd lent free, good farming
land *arranlenerrts could- be
made tor f4fring about a mile
above .Fort Montagu back of
Graham Acres road lead to it.
Phone 54&11.

C16416


Administrator -
Shipping Company

MINIMUM EDUCATION

High School plus

Accounting School

DUTIES AND
RESPONSIBILITIES

Negotiating of inward and
outward charters of ocean oil
tankers. Provide worldwide
supplies of bunkers, ships
chandeling and similar supplies.

EXPERIENCE

Knowledge and control of
owned ships accounting and
cost control, as well as time
chartered fleet. Must be
familiar with international
accounting methods and
procedures and have
experience in handling letters
of credit, foreign exchange,
transfers, hedges and other
similar banking transactions.

Applicant must be a mature
individual of high moral
character and must supply
written references attesting to
past experience and character,
which will be subject to
verification.
Applicant should have a
minimum of 15 years
experience in the above or
related fields.

Salary negotiable com-
mensurate with experience.


Please submit written resumes
to arrange for appointments
to:

AMERADA HESS SHIPPING
CORPORATION
Attention:
PERSONNEL DIRECTOR
P. O. Box N8332
Nassau, Bahamas


TRADE SERVICES
C16110
C. W. (BILL) PEMBERTON
for
INSURANCE
Life, Fire, Hurricane. Motor,
etc.
Telephone 52539
Malton House
P. O. Box N1014
Collins Avenue
C16133
FOR YOUR BUILDING'
NEEDS AND CRANE HIRE ...
see:-
ISLAND BUILDERS
LIMITED
P. O. Box 6285 ES
Phone 3-1671 -- 3-1672
C16112
SEWING MACHINE PARTS
AND REPAIRS
ISLAND FURNITURE
COMPANY
P. O. Box N4818, Nassau
Dowdeswell and Christie
Streets
Telephone 21197, 23152.


Tellepon 219I 23152. .... .


MR SALE,
C15441
BEAUTY SHOP for sale.
Excellent location. Apply: P.
0. Box F-190, Freeport, Grand
Bahama

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

HELP IMTED
C15442 .- :
POSITION AVAILABLE FOR
MANAGER ACCOUNTING
Bahama Cement Company
requires a qualified Accountant
to manage the activities of the
accounting staff and to act for
the Comptroller in his absence
with regard to the financial
activities of the Company.
Applicant must have a
university deqrPe with a major
in accounting. The position
requires a person thoroughly
knowledgeable in development
and maintenance of accounting
and control procedures, an
in-process standard cost system
and cost and financial
analytical program ats appliEd
to a large manufacturing
operation.
Applyr Personnel Department,
Bahama Cement Company, P.
0. Box F-100, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


Bahama.


C16347
ONE ASSISTANT COOK
nt eded immrnedlately at the
Hometown Harbour Lodge, in
HMpe Town. Abaco Board and
Lodging found. Six days per
week. Salary dependent on
quatifictions. Please send
replies to "Hatrbour Lodge" c/o
P. 0. oX '272, Nassau.
Bahlamas.

C16407
MANAGER required to assume
complete responsibility for
busy restaurant, catering for
evening as well as day time
trade, specializing in
continental cuisine. Applicant
should be qualified in all
aspects of restaurant
management. Write to P. 0.
Box F-2588, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C16424
COMBINED FOOD AND
BEVERAGE DIRECTOR AND
MAITRE D' HOTEL is
required for the Cat Cay Club,
Cat Cay Bahamas. The
successful applicant must be
knowledgeable about food and
beverage control, dining room
procedure and cost accounting.
Must also be capable of doing a
Flambee.

COMBINATION FRONT
OFFICE MANAGER AND
NIGHT AUDITOR is required
for the Cat Cay Club, Cat Cay
Bahamas. Applicant must be
fully versed in front office
procedure, night auditing, the
business of operating a resort
including the running of a golf
course, marina, food and
beverage areas, accounts and
power plant.

AN EXECUTIVE CHEF is
required for the Cat Cay Club,
Cat Cay, Bahamas. The
successful applicant must be
fully versed in French and
International Cuisine and in
kitchen procedures. Will be
responsible for kitchens at
resort.

Interested persons are invited
to submit full particulars of
educational and professional
background, and supporting
references to Cat Cay
Associates, c/o P. 0. Box
N.1372, Nassau, Bahamas.


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

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

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


*AND BAHAMA



CLASSIFED


HELP WANTED
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-
1iJLTURAL): To plan
and operate new installation of
container grown plant material,
shade house, mist beds, elc
Complete knowledge of
prolpa.gdtion technique for
plant material suitable to the
Baharmas, Instruct maintenance
crews in all duties related to
landscape maintenance, -
application of insecticides,
fertilizers and herbicides.
verticutting, verification and
maintenance of turf. Provide
written estimates to customers
and supervise landscape
construction on job site.
MANAGER/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 .&
I andscaping, Ltd., P. 0. Box
F -252, Freeport, Grand
Bahama. Yellow Pine & Foresi
Ave..,


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iRAND BAHAMA

KELP WANTED IELP WANTED
C15439 C15425
PILOT & AIRCRAFT
MECHANIC: Company Pilot PROTECTIVE COATING
and must also be able to repair S.UPERINTENDENT -
and maintain Company Administer and control total
Airplane and Jet Aircraft, contractual effort in the
mainly starters and generators. mixing and application of
Must have at least 10 years .epozy, inorganic, urethane and
experience. Must have related exotic coatings,
commercial instrument rating including contract
and a minimum of 5,000 administration, direction of
hours. Police record, health supervision and labour,
certificate and letters of maintenance of equipment,
reference required, intprnrtti,-, ...t. r .i fif


GOLF DIRECTOR: To run
and operate the Golf Shop.
Stocking and retailing golf
equipment and clothing and
arranging tournaments. 10-12
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.

C15438
SERVICE MANAGER 5
years experience.
SEC RETARY/BOOKKEEPER
- b 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.

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
& Co., S.A.., P. 0. Box F-2049,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

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.


CROSSWORD

PUZZLE
ACROSS
1 Full 27. Jacob's son
6. Formal array 28. For
1. Lessened 29 King of
13. Authority on Bashan
games 31. Lair
14. Tiara 33 Onassis
16. Baseball's 34. Muffin
Slaughter 35 Seaman
17. Shower 36. Largest
18. Romaine continent
20. Bright 37. Chest sound
21. Sea eagle 39. Galley
22. Mardi gras 41. Oat genus
dress 43. Instant
24. Clerical degree 44. Climbing
25. Fodder pepper plant
26. Hubbub 45. Annoyances


-L.... ,11 tut n UOT speci dications,
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..
C15435
Experienced live-in MAID, age
35, to care for 5 children,
$25.00 per week.
GENERAL MAID for yard
cleaning, house cleaning plus
other duties.
Eliza Ferguson. Eight Mile
Rock.

C15443
BODY REPAIR-MAN AND
PAINTER required
immediately. Must be
experienced and able to work
without supervision. Must be
able to estimate and cost jobs.
Must have own tools.
Qualified Bahamians please
apply to: Manager, Grand
Bahama Motors, Ltd., Queen's
Highway, P. 0.' Box F-14,
Freeport, Qrand Bahama
Island.

C15440
WROUGHT IRON DESIGNER
required by Noelco Steel and
Plastic Corp. Ltd. (Noelco
Group). Must have 5 years'
experience in design,
fabrication and installation of
iron grills, scrolls, security
grills, staff supervision,
estimating and ability to
handle customers. Phone
352-9055, P. 0. Box F1235,
Freeport.


DOWN
1. Holy
2. On ship
3. European f
4. Town on th
Thames


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SR letterIn ma
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word must contain the large
letter. and there must te at
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" Here's a job you can do for this little
bear I" says Rupert's guide. "I want you to
make a shawl exactly like this one for his
Mummy." He and Rupert ho!d the shawl in
ftont of the weaver Imp. H'm, a very pretty
pattern.," remewks the tiny person. "Yes, I
can copy It Leave the shawl with me and
I II s:3 t at once It wil; be ready by this


5 Retreat
6. Exclamation
7. Spawn of fish
8. Electric
finch generator
ie 9. Seek a
preacher
10. Remainder
S- 12. Lure
15. Weather
satellite
19. Begin
22. Midshipman
23. Japanese
salad plant
25. Owned
27. Cocktail
28. Feast of
Lots
29. The East
30. San Francisco
baseball team
31. Hurl
32. Hard wood
33. Lava
34. Seize
36. Sumnnit
38. Compass point
40. Excel
42. Indian
a.1A mulberry


CARROLL RIGHTER'S



from the Carreoll Righter institute

GENERAL TENDENCIES: In the midst of
some delaying and rather emotional conditions
you find you can get out from under annoyances with
ingenuity, resourcefulness and organization of details.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) You can now rid yourself of
difficulties hard to do before. Use diplomacy with co-worker
who is erratic. Avoid one not your type.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Handle own worries yourself
without discussing with others. Get out of that situation that
could mean spending more money than you can afford.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Listen to what a family tie
has to suggest concerning some practical affair, even though
you think you can solve it best alone. Heed business partner's
advice.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Eliminate limiting
conditions that are annoying you. .Gain cooperation of
associates. Study more for greater efficiency.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Do not just fume over what
cannot be helped, or you get nowhere. Do something about
everything. Be practical with money.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) The planets are most
favorable now and you can accomplish a good deal, especially
since you have excellent judgment as well.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Study business matter
objectively and you can handle it with much satisfaction. Have
health and beauty treatments.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Try to help a good friend
where most needed and gain goodwill. Then out to the social
affairs that will bring you in contact with the right
personalities.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) You are puzzled
about how to handle some matter. Talk it over with a bigwig
who has the right answer. Get busy on civic matter that can be
helpful to you.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Look into whatever is of
a progressive nature and stop fussing over the old and
outdated. Some trip can be particularly fine for you to plan
now.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Handle responsibilities
instead of gadding about aimlessly. Keep promise made to
mate. Avoid one who wants you to take risks.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Gain the goodwill of a partner
and then work together on some project that is important to
you both. Civic affair can help your career.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be
conscientious about doing things, but when some stumbling
block presents itself, your youngster will feel dejected, so
teach early to know that difficulties will arise and should not
be taken in a martyr fashion, but problems should be solved
wisely.


"Just once, let me find out for myself if having nothing
to do is as boring as you say it is."


Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
The wisdom of planning the
hand before playing to the first
trick is illustrated in this
example from a feature entitled
"What's Your Rating?", in the
South African Bridge Bulletin.
Dealer South: NiS Vul:
North
+752
V AQ 9
0 7643
South
AK83
? K 6 5
0 QJI
4 A Q J 10
South North
3 NT
West leads the QJ. How do you
play ?
The thoughtless player wins
with the VQ and takes the club
finesse. If it wins, he goes back
to the V)A, finesses again and
laments if clubs break 4-2.
The more experienced player
sees the need for an addit.nal
entry to dummy. So, after bring-
ing off the first club finesse, he
leads a low heart,, Itending to
insert the 09. West, however, is
wide awake and foils him by
going up smattly with the V10,
so killing the extra entry.
Now for the expert who looks
ahead from the start. He wins
the first trick wth the VA and
unblocks by dropping his VK!
Now West cannot stop him from
reaching dummy twice more.
West East
4 Q 10 J 964
OJ10874 032
OA10A 82 OK95
S7 5 K 8 3 2
Did you jettison that VK?
KEEP FWIOED ON
WORLD EVETMM
KEEP ABREAST OF
THE LOCAL SCENE


least one eight-letter word In the .
list. No plurals; no faorelgn words; ,
no propr names. TO"IANI TAKE '.
TAlt(.T: ai word-, good ; -T
V:t words. very good ; 40 words. M0E *
,,reellent Solution tomorrow.
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rode LEADId MHAMfWAE,

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afternoon." Coo. thank you very mucn.
says Ruper'. I'll call back later on." Ha
is about to bid the Imps goodbye, but his
guide tells him to stay. We must find out
mo a about this restless wood," he said. I
shan't be long." And he climbs down into
:he depths of the hollow tree.
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


Chess
By LEONARD


White mates in two moves.
against any defence (by M.
Lokkerw.
Par times: 3 minutes, problem
master: 5 minutes, expert: In
minutes. good: 20 minutes, aver-
age: 35 minutes, novice.

Chess solution
I Q--KB2. If I . K-Q6: 2
Q-K2. or if K--Q4: 2 QP. o
if P Q6: 2 Kt B3.


No. T. b)Tt . h TIM M1K.AV
Across
I. MeoarlilK funblllolls. (4, j)
Si. tate of America. (3)
9. (rippled. (4)
II. Marked tb) the gtong.
perhaps. (4, 3)
1I. Writer. (3)
13. Antount owed. (4)
14. Peremptory. (9)
18. .Nes agency man. (6)
t0. Intense love. (9)
". Well-behaved. (4)
.13. single. (3)
. 11. bo)'s name (31
1 the present. i3)
Dut n
I. Selectilon oft lop Iunee (3. Gi
p. prtnmenaIt u r pa'l.tmeI .
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JUDGE PARKER


LOOK. I TOLD YOU THAT
MISS SPENCER WANTED
YOU UP AT THE MAIN -
HOUSE RIGHT AFTER r
SSHE CALLED! .i kS


BUT I WAS HERE'
YOU NEVER SAiD)
ANYTHING! L.4


Dal Curtis
YDLU MEAN
NEVER? 1


TILL 'OU IT WAS LIKE WALT
TELL HIM. AYS! HE ANSWERED
IH O\IE THE PHONE AND TOLD
.4 YOU MISS SPENCER
i- WANTED 'YOU! fm.


Paul Nichols


I APARTMENT 3-G By Alex KotzkyI


STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD


Saunders & Overaard


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1.


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OKAY McGRATH/ IF WELL MELLON ILL)
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THE TRIBUNE -- Wednesday, August 14, 1974


THI SOUTH Ocean golf
course is reported in top
condition for tomorrow's first
round of the Caribbean Metal
Products tournament when 42
women golfers representing
seven countries tee off for the
three round series.
The ladies were hosted at a
cocktail party last night at the
Nassau Beach Hotel. Following
that, they were entertained at
the King and Knights ('lub.
Having arrived Saturday, the
Jamaicans who are favoured to
win again this year have played
a few practice rounds and are
quite pleased with their scores.
"We weren't too hot the first
day, but we played quite well
today." team captain Su/anne
Rebhan commented.
"We found the greens in a
beautiful condition, and it will
be our fault if anybody finds
any faults We have been
studying the course and taking
notes and hope to win again,"
he said.
Rebhan pointed out that
this year's team is their
strongest. "I very one of us is
playing much better." Three of
Jamaica's team-members
Pauline L.aman. Dorothy
Mahfood, and Rebhan have
competed in the Cali Open in
(',oliimbia The other members
are sisters Dianne and


RICKEY WEIl.S
PUERTO RICO'S CMP Tournament team (left Sally Gonzales, Mary Zimmerman, Brooke
Stepnes, Linda Lupica, Hope Carpenter and Tati Shapiro (team captain.)


Elizabeth Aris, and Shirley
Wong.
Puerto Rico have been
dubbed the upsetters. So far,
they have been the only
country to give Jamaica any
form of competition.
Represented by six of their
best golfers including National
and Junior Champ Tati Shapiro
and Linda Lupica, the Puerto
Ricans will be out to improve
upon their second place.
"We have a pretty good
team." noted team captain
Shapiro. She was the low gross
winner last year. "I think we
should give Jamaica a good run
for their money. She, along
with Lupica and Sally Gonzales
will be making their second
appearance.
Other members of their
team are Hope Carpenter, Mary
Zimmerman and Brooke


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Stepnes.
The C.M.P. tournament was
initiated by the Ladies Section
of the Jamaica Golf
Association in 1971 and was
played between Jamaica and
Puerto Rico. The following
year, Puerto Rico was host and
four teams had by then
entered.
An important aspect of the
CMP tournament is that "it
affords an opportunity to the
people of this area to get to
know one another both on and
off the field, an important step
in creating a Caribbean identity


which is so badly needed in
golf today," CMP secretary
Mahfood said in her message.
": see this as a timely
challenge to all of us who get
so much pleasure, and at times
frustration, out of the game
and hope that you will accept
this challenge by contributing
in what ever way you can to
the promotion of ladies golf at
home and in the Caribbean,"
she said.
ehe flag raising ceremony
was due to have been held this
afternoon at 6 o'clock
followed by a cocktail party,
compliments of South Ocean.


Puerto Rico could



provide the shocks


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Mrs. Joyce Smith, of Barnet, near LAondon, during her
British record breaking run at the recent Women's Amateur
Athletic Association championships at Crystal Palace. She
set a new British record and became the second fastest
woman 3,000 metres runner in the world with a time of 8
minutes 55.6 seconds in her heAt and then went on to a
comfortable win in the fir.na. Mrs. Smith, who runs between
50 and 60 miles a week in ti gaining. is expected to be
selected to represent Brit min at the European
Championships in Rome later this year.


-STARLIFE
BID TO
KEEP ON
WINNING
STREAK
STARLIFE Baintowners
seek to increase their
two-game winning streak and
move into sole possession of
fourth place in the Imperial
League tonight when they
meet last place St. Michael's
Dodgers in the second
N.P.S.A. game 9 o'clock at
the J.F.K. Park. St. Bernard's
(2-2) play Melroso Sherry
(3-2) in the first game at 7
o'clock.
Off on a slow start this
season, St. Michael's who are
respected for their hitting
power have dropped all four
games played so far. Fort
Fincastle who held that
position with them moved
out over the weekend when
they beat defending champs
the Ministry of Works.
The Saints' best game was
in a losing cause against
former league leading the
Roaring Tigers. Mellie
Johnson struck out 13 in that
gl'rie but the Tigers' six hits
were good enough to produce
the winning tallies. Bahamas
Electricity Corporation over
the weekend stopped the
Tigers to move into
contention.
Little has been heard of
the Baintowners, until
recently when they stopped
Fort Fincastle. Winning
pitcher Colin Stanilaus in that
game earned his respect
striking out eight.
St. Michael's have been
threatening to move out of
the slumps for a long time.
Baintown coach Norman Gay
said that he will see to it that
they do not move out on his
team.
Both Baintown teams hold
practice sessions tomorrow
evening (6 o'clock) at the
Government High School
grounds.
A win for St. Bernards will
give them sole possession of
third place in the Arawak
League which is held securely
by the undefeated Del Jane
Queens.
Melroso currently hold
third spot with a three and
two record.
Arawak I.eague (standings)
W I
Del Jane 6 0
1 .t link S I
Melroso 3 2
St. Herna.rd's 2 2
lie.ks Raiders 1 4
Figeritest.t I 4
Police Stars 5 S
Test drawn
I ONDON A sour cricket
test match between I.ngland
and Pakistan was abandoned as
a draw Iuesdl, ,ind almost
everyone was glad.
S',gland, 27 for no wicket
in their second innings, needed
only another (t0 runs for
victory But rain :;, ;ited the
field at Lord's and ruled out
play.
TIhe Pa k istamns were
hillerly upseI atlI being
caught twice on a iain-damaged
pitch which helped ihe I english
bowler< I A|:I


SAMMY KID BARR and
K.O. Grant (pictured) will
finally get a chance to settle
their dispute, when they clash
over eight rounds on the
Wendell Newton/Oliver Wright
card on Friday night at the
Nassau Stadium.
In their first meeting on May
31, Barr was awarded a highly
debatable decision. Scattered
cheers and loud boos greeted
the verdict after the fight in
which Grant dominated the
early going but faded in the
final two rounds. The bell rang
with a tired Grant near
knockdown and possibly
knockout.
In his brief career, Barr has
fought a total of 15 fights
winning 11 and losing four. A
former Battling Douglas trophy
winner, he holds victories over
Cleveland Williams, Gypsy
Mike Whymns, Americans Joe
Hooks, Charlie Baby Fullard
and Roscoe Bell. Among his
losses are Sam Nesmith, John
Pinney and Ike Hooks.
Grant emerged with a bang
in 1971 when he held former
welterweight champ Ray Minus
to a surprising ten round draw.
He loss his next fight to
Shervin Johnson and his career
see-sawed until this year when
he came under the direction of
retired champ Boston Blackie.
In three fights under
Blackie, his action style has
made him a solid favourite of
the fans, but was slow in
getting the eye of the judges.
After losing disputed decisions
to Cephus Bowe and Barr, he
beat Bowe in a return match.
Now, Grant wants to settle
the score with Barr before
challenging middleweight
champ Rene Pinder. Barr on
the other hand will be out to
vindicate himself in the eyes of
the fight fans.
WORLD TITLE BOUT

L.ONDON John Conteh of
Britain signed today to fight
Jorge Ahumada for the vacant
world light heavyweight boxing
title at Wembley Sept. 10.
Bob Foster, the former
champion, was stripped of his
title by the World Boxing
Council because he failed to
meet a deadline for defending
his crown.
British promoter Ilarry
Levine. announcing plans for
the Wembley fight, said Conteh
and Ahumada will share
$240,000 in purse money. But
he declined to say how much
each man will get.
Mickey Duff, Levine s
matchmaker, spent eight weeks
in the United States trying to
line up a world title fight for
Conteh.
Duff told newsmen: "We
spared no effort to try to
induce Bob Foster to fight
Conteh. But Foster would have
none of it."


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Newton will be taking an
eight-pound weight and
two-inch height advantage into
the ring with him when he
meets Jamaica's Wright in the
ten round main event.
Measuring 6ft. 4ins. and
weighing 220 pounds, Newton
has appeared here on many
occasions, his most memorable
being a bruising encounter with
Boston Blackie in 1969. The
fight ended in a no-contest
after both fighters were
adjudged guilty of illegal
tactics.
Since then, Newton has
returned for fights with
heavyweight champ Baby Boy
Rolle, James Summerville and
Willie Price, the latter two
Americans he knocked out in
impressive style.
On the international scene,
the transplanted Bahamian has
acquitted himself with
distinction. He has appeared
extensively in American rings,
with a few tripsto Europe and
England adding spice to his
record.
Known in the boxing circles
as a feared spoiler, Newton is
adept at making his opponents
look bad even when he loses.
Against Wright, Newton
faces a former Olympic
hopeful who turned pro
shortly after 1972.

DAVIS CUP

LONDON Tennis officials
said that South Africa.
cold-shouldered by many
opponents because of its racial
policies, is within sight of
winning the Davis Cup by
default.
Italy has refused to play its
inter-zone final in South Africa
as demanded by the draw.
The other inter-zone finalists
are the Soviet Union and India
The Russians have said they
will not play against South
Africa anywhere, and Indian
officials said a match against
South Africa would be "very
difficult."
BASKETBALL
ALL TEAMS participating
in the upcoming Bahamas
Amateur Basketball
Association series are asked to
have their rosters in by
September 1. Roster blanks
may be obtained from any
executive of the B.A.B.A. or
by telephoning 28477.


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