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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: August 15, 1974
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Thursday, August 15, 1974


Industry chiefs urge participation in Government


THE LEGAL
Department today filed
suit on behalf of the
Governor General
challenging the delay by a
Supreme Court judge in
the execution of two
murderers for whom death
warrants had been issued.
Solicitor General Langton
Hilton, ranking legal advisor to
the Government in the absence
of Attorney General Paul L.
Adderley, is asking the
Supreme Court to set aside the
Monday afternoon order of Mr.
Justice Maxwell Thompson.
Monday's order delayed the
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25, and Philip Humes, 21,
which had been scheduled for
Tuesday morning.
Mr. Hilton, acting for the
Governor General, is asking for
a reversal of the order on
grounds that "the Governor
General exercise the
prerogative of mercy as
prescribed by the constitution"
and "there is no legal duty
imposed upon the Governor
General to forward a petition
to the Queen."
It was also claimed that
"there were not sufficient
grounds" for Mr. Justice
Thompson making Monday's
order.
A hearing of the Governor
General's application has been
scheduled before the Chief
Justice Sir Leonard Knowles
and Supreme Court justices
Maxwell Thompson and
Samuel Graham at 10 a.m. on
September 3.


THE MINISTRY of Home
Affairs today categorically
denied that only nationals of
the Republic of Haiti are being
deported from the Bahamas.
Mr. Arthur Barnett,
Permanent Secretary to the
Ministry made it abundantly
clear that all persons. regardless
of nationality, who have
entered the Bahamas illegally
"are being required to leave the

'ONLY 85'
THE I N;INI I R of the
Bahama Trader today denied a
Tribune report that his boat
arrived in Nassau on Sunday
from Freeport crowded with
250 Haitians who had not been
fed since getting on the boat.
Willard Moss told The
Tribune that his boat was
licensed by the Port Authority
to carry a maximum of 150
passengers, and only 85
Haitians were aboard.
Denying the charge that
passengers had not been fed, he
said the captain of the Trader
had "bought groceries from the
store and given the foodstuffs
to the Haitians to cook for
themselves."
But yesterday the Haitians
aboard the Bahama Trader told
The Tribune that about 250 of
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It was not immediately
known how today's move will
affect the scheduled hearing of
an earlier application by
attorneys for Humes and
Burrows.
The Governor General issued
the death warrants after the
Advisory Committee on the
Prerogative of Mercy, headed
by Home Affairs Minister
Darrell E. Rolle, advised him
that the case was "not a proper
one" in which to exercise the
Queen's delegated power to
grant a royal reprieve.


Food pi

THE CONSUMER
Protection Association, in a
press statement, deplores the
increase in prices of certain
food items during: the past
week.
It was on August 6 that
government allowed price
increases on more than half of
the 180 "breadbasket" food
items on the Price Control List.


PUBLIC PARTICIPATION and
consultation in Government were
urged Wednesday by two Bahamian
industry leaders just back from the
Duke of Edinburgh's Study
Conference on human relations in
Britain.
George Moss, assistant general of
BaTelCo, advocated a Bahamian
counterpart to Britain's National
Economic Development Council.
He was particularly interested in
the role of unions.
"Before I went (to the study


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court-ordered stay of
execution, they are now
seeking a court ruling on
whether the Government,
through the Governor General,
had authority to refuse to
forward a petition from a
Bahamian citizen to his
sovereign.
That case is set for hearing
in open court Aug. 26 before
the Chief Justice and Justices
Maxwell Thompson and
Samuel Graham.

It is understood the judges
are trying to rearrange their
calendars to hold the hearing
on Monday morning.



apped
should check the guide against
the prices of items in the
foodstores.
The Association has also
written to the Price Control
Commission requesting them
to draft the necessary
regulations "requiring that
weighing scales be placed in
food stores in convenient
locations" so that shoppers can
check the weights of meats and
other prepackaged items.
And it has also asked that
scales be required by fishermen
so that shoppers can buy sea
food by the pound.

SINGSPIRATION

A SINGSPIRATION will be
held at Faith Temple,
Palmdale at 8:15 p.m.
Wednesday. August 2 1.

Various groups from
different churches will take
part in the programme. There
also will be a short Bible quiz.
A collection will be taken in
aid of The Bible Society.
"There are still millions
more that need a Bible but
cannot afford to buy one." Mr.
Livingstone Munro, secretary
of the Bahamas area of the
Society, said in making the
announcement

TENDER
AT THE Treasury Bill
tender held at the Central Bank
of the Bahamas on Tuesday.
August 13, the amount on
offer B $3,500,000 was
oversubscribed.
The average rate at which
successful tenderers obtained
bills was approximately 98.21
per cent, equivalent to an
average discount rate of
approximately 7.16 per cent
per annum.


In a bid to over-rule the
Committee's decision, Homes
and Burrows attempted late
last week to petition the Queen
herself, but the Governor
General, acting on the advice
of the Attorney General,
refused to forward the
petition.
That refusal is the basis of
an action filed yesterday by
attorneys David C. Bethell and
L P.J. Trenchard on behalf of
Humes and Burrows.
After winning a



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The CPA says that in the
light of these increases and the
already high cost of food items
in local foodstores it
recommends consumers to take
a copy of the government's
price control guide with them
when shopping "to ensure that
they get the proper value for
their money."
The CPA says that shoppers


Bandit shoots man
LUIGI ALESSIE, an Italian visitor is in satisfactory
condition today after he was shot by a man who attempted
to rob him last night on Heatfield Street, off Virginia Street.
Alessie, 29, was hit in the back of his head by a blast
from the robber's sawed-off shot gun.
The police are holding a man in connection with the
shooting.


Bahamas or are being deported
to their respective countries as
soon as their presence here is
established."
The control of illegal
immigrants between Haiti and
the Bahamas has been given
special consideration in view of
its magnitude and peculiarities,
Mr. Barnett explained.
Mr. Barnett said that there
was no truth to the rumour

ON BAHAMA
them had arrived at Potters
Cay on Sunday "and since then
have not been given anything
to eat by the owner or captain
of the boat."
The Haitians are understood
to be returning to Haiti at their
own expense and are taking
their possessions back home
with them. The boat is
crammed with bicycles, stoves,
refrigerators, beds and
mattresses. There is room for
little more on the boat.
The first group of Haitians


that Government's policy in
connection with the issuing of
work permits had changed.
Applications, he said, for
work permits are still btir.g
entertained for senior skilled
and experienced non-
Bahamians. These will be
approved when it is clear that
Bahamians are not available to
fill the positions for which
applications have been made.

TRADER
to be repatriated after the
government amnesty ended left
last Fridav aboard a
Bahamasair flight. Government
has allowed the other Haitians
leave to be repatriated by boat.
Today, the boat was still at
Potters Cay and Mr. Moss said
he doesn't know when it will
leave for Haiti because the
Haitian Consul, Mr. Julio
Bordes, could not be contacted
and the boat cannot leave
without the consul's approval
and inspection.


conference) I was a little
apprehensive about the role a trade
union can play. But I must say that,
having spent three weeks there I feel
a bit more informed.
"I realise that they have a
distinct role to play, and anyone in
business must prepare to deal with
groups," not individuals.
He went on to say that
"Government should from time to
time call in the trade unions and
ask them what they think about a
situation, and what they think
might be done."


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At yesterday's press conference at the Lyford Cay home of Cmdr.
Edward Whitehead were, from left. Dudley Williams, Jeffrey Lloyd of
ZNS, Cmdr. Whitehead, Mike Lothian of The Tribune and George Moss


mandatory for all 1975
vehicles sold in the U.S., will
be considered an "optional
extra" for orders shipped to
Nassau dealers.
"At a recent meeting of the
BMDA, all the franchised
dealers agreed to order all 1975
models without the converter,"
Mr. Miller said. "Not only will
this save the Bahamian car
purchaser an extra original
cost, but it will also make his
1975 car more economical to
drive, since the converter
sharply reduces the


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TWO IN DRUGS


TRIAL JAILED


FOR 4 YEARS


Dudley Williams, president of the
hamas Engineering and General
ion, went even further:
"We should have public hearings
ere a minister and his chief
retary and advisors come to a
tool room and tell the union
ders, business leaders, church
ders and community leaders,
is is what we have in mind, we
ve this proposal,' and ask them
eir opinions.
'We need participatory
nocracy," he said.
The views of both men on
public participation in
Government were points they
made to illustrate one lesson
both said they had learned in
Britain during the conference:
that human relations are the
key to industrial relations.
Mr. Moss's participation in
the conference led himto tohe
conclusion that "a new breed
of supervisors is required in
industry today. This breed
must be capable of getting
people to produce without the
use of 'stick'.
Employees today expect to
be consulted more and more
about matters which affect
their quality of life. Business
executives must increase their
awareness of what is happening
in the community and they are
expected to be ecologically
conscious as well.
"Communication is still one
of the most important factors
in the operation of a business.
This means that executives
must strive to improve their
communications channels up,
down and sideways."
Mr. Williams summed up the
point in one sentence:
"Industrial relations depend
upon consent, not force."
Both men concluded that
better communication between
management and workers and
between the Government and
the community generally was
increasingly important in
industrialized societies.
Mr. Williams and Mr. Moss
were chosen for participation
in last month's conference by
Commander Edward
Whitehead of Lyford Cay, a
director of Cadhury Schwepps
Limited and a number of the
Bahamas Development Board.
He was asked to choose
participants from
Commonwealth Caribbean
nations by Lord Watkinson,
chairman of the conference
recruitment committee.
"Here in the Bahamas,"
Cmdr. Whitehead told the press
conference. we selected two
bright, upcoming future
leaders. It was clear that they
would benefit from, as well as
contribute, to, this conference,
and that the Bahamas would,
in time. profit from its
broadening effects."
The Commander quoted
Prince Philip, the Duke of
Edinburgh, as saying that the
primary aim of the conference
was to help potential leaders
become "better informed and
better equipped to make wise
and balanced decisions in the
interest of the people for
whom they become
responsible."
The 400 members of the
study group were divided into
groups of 14 for tours of
certain parts of Britain.
Mr. Moss went with his
group to Cardiff and Swansea
in South Wales. Mr. Williams'
group went to Leeds and
Bradford.

No special

NON-LEADED gasoline will
not be required for cars in
Nassau in the foreseeable
future, says Bernard L. Miller,
president of the Bahamas
Motor Dealers Association.
Mr. Miller announced
yesterday that all Nassau
franchised importers of
American-made motor vehicles
have been informed by their
respective manufacturers that
the catalytic converter
emission control system,


of the evidence told the court
Tuesday that police were in
custody of the "missing" bag.
But it was minus all but
twelve cakes of hashish.
Senior officers seeing that
some of the drug had been
tampered with, had removed it
prior to the jury's visit, Mr.
Hilton said.
This morning, Mr. Hilton
again asked the court to grant
an application "that the other
hashish be released to the
police" whom he termed
"agents of the Crown."
This was necessary for "safe
custody" he said in his
application.
However, judge Smith said
.that the court has in its
custody four physical exhibits
containing hashish and he
ordered that they be kept by
the court until the period of
the men's appeal.
Mr. Duncombe, who had
assisted chief Counsel Eugene
Dupuch, Q.C., in defending the
six men, said that Daniels was
the sole support of his wife and
daughter.
Justice Smith, in his
comments before passing
sentence, said that they were
found guilty of "being in
possession of approximately a
ton and a half which ... was
obviously intended as part of a
narcotic trade.
"The Bahamas is so situated
that. regrettably, we find U.S.
citizens being prosecuted in
our courts for offences such as
you have been found guilty
because persons who traffic in
drugs use the Bahamas as part
of their route."
He fell that the appropriate
sentence for them was one of
six years. But the prisons were
already congested by foreigners
so he was imposing the four
year sentences with the $5,000
fine and an 18-month
alternative for deafult of
payment, he said.


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Five charged with receiving money


FIVE PERSONS, one a
juvenile, were arrested and
charged this week with
harbouring and receiving
money which escaped prisoner
Victor Storr allegedly stole
from the People's Penny Saving
Bank and the Canadian
Imperial Bank of Commerce.
Charged were Mark Sands,
James Bannister. Hilda Mae
Dawkins (alias Moss), Wesley
Moncur and a 17-year-old girl.
Mark Sands, a 28-year-old
rarnenter of Lewis Street. was


charged with receiving $16,775
from the Canadian Imperial
Bank, $2,000 from the
People's Penny Savings Bank
and harbouring a criminal.
He was also charged with
being in possession of
unlicensed fire arms, unlawful
possession of a sawed-off
shotgun, receiving shotguns
and housebreaking and
stealing.
James Bannister, 20, of Pitt
Road off Boyd Road, was
charged with receiving


The 17-year-old girl was
charged with harbouring a
criminal and abetment to
armed robbery.
All five of these persons
were remanded in custody and
a preliminary inquiry for the
juvenile has been set for
August 28.
Preliminary inquiries have
been set for the others during
September 10 through the 12.
The police have still not
charged Victor Storr who was
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RESORTS

STOCK

MOVE

PAYS OFF

IN SHARES
RESORTS. International's
decision last December to
buy up its own stock has paid
off in increased earnings for
remaining shareholders,
despite an al most
quarter-million-dollar drop in
company profits for the first
half of this year.
Resorts, owners of the.
Paradise Island resort
complex, have reported
earnings in the first six
months of 1974 at $22.4
million, up from the $21
million reported for the first
half of 1973.
But profits have fallen
from $1.75 million to $1.53
million.
Despite that drop,
however, earnings per share
have risen from 38 to 42
cents per share.
This is the result of there
being fewer shares
outstanding.
LAst December Resorts
told shareholders that the
market price of Resorts
shares, about $1.40 did not
adequately reflect the
underlying book value of
those shares. The company
therefore offered to buy up
to 500,000 shares at $2.50
each.
The company in fact
purchased all of the 634,445
shares offered for sale by
shareholders before the
December 28 deadline.
The result was that the
average number of shares
outstanding has dropped
from 4.6 million in the first
half of 1973 to 3.6 million in
the first six months of this
year.

Robbery death:

man jailed
DONALD JAMES Jensen,
convicted on July 19 of
causing the death of Mrs.
Patricia Whitman in the
February 25 armed robbery
of the Stone Crab Restaurant,
Freeport, was sentenced to
ten years in prison tiday.
Mr. Justice James Smith,
found that the reduced
charge of manslaughter.
which the jury convicted him
of, was very close the original
charge of murder as he
imposed the sentence.
He also sentenced Jensen
to five years for armed
robbery and two years for
being in possession of a
firearm and ammunition.
He passed sentence after
the evidence of two character
witnesses who were called to
testify by defence attorney
Keith Duncombe.
The men, Peter Rose, 29,
and Frank Marshall, 24, were
friends of Jensen and gave
evidence in support of
defence evidence that Jensen
had schizophrenic tendencies.


warning

relations, he said, was to use a
"cast iron approach."
Although the Union will not
actively contribute to a shaky
operation at the Emerald
Beach. he said, "our approach
to Hyatt will be just as cast
iron in industrial matters."
The union first registered its
strong objection to Hyatt's
continued association with the
Emerald Beach during a
meeting with Prime Minister L.
0. Pindling on August 6.
Union secretary-general
Bobby Glinton told The
Tribune on Aug. 8 that Mr.
Pindling's answer to the
objection was that Hyatt's
management agreement with
the previous owners, Corrigan
Hotels. was in keeping with the
kind of terms Government had
had in mind.
The union's objections are
based on "the manner in which
they (Hyatt) treated Bahamian
employees in the past."
The unionistss were
particularly incensed over a
Hyatt move in June. On June
10 the hotel shut down half its
rooms and fired 164 of its
employees. The union argued
that the hotel could have
rotated the staff to short
work-weeks without firing
anyone.
Prime Minister Pindling
announced in the House of
Assembly on July 31 that
government was borrowing $20
million from the Bank of Nova
Scotia to purchase three Cable
Beach hotels the Sonesta
(for $10.6 million), the
Balmoral (for $3.5 million) and
the Emerald Beach (for $4.8
million).
Since then the move has
drawn warm support from
hoteliers and the unions.


By SIDNEY DORSETT
TERRY H. DANIELS, the
35-year-old Staten Island
captain of the "Sea Trader"
freighter and ship's engineer
Louis Tomiselli, 23, were
sentenced to four years in
prison today by Mr. Justice
James Smith.
Both sentences were handed
down following mitigation by
junior counsel Keith M.
Duncombe and were imposed
with a $5,000 fine each.
The men, convicted Tuesday
of having a $15-million hashish
shipment aboard the 150-foot
"Sea Trader" were jointly
accused with New Orleans
musician and cook Eddie
Edwards, first engineer,
Richard Bennett: second
engineer Arnold Zuckerman
and chief mate, Jack Kubatz.
Failure to pay the fines will
result in their imprisonment
for an additional 18 months,
the judge stated.
Both men grimaced at the
passing of the sentence which
came only after the judge had
given his comments on the case
as to why he did not pass the
maximum sentence of ten
years and a $5,000 fine.
The other four face a
possible re-trial. Jurors
deliberating for 3'2 hours
Tuesday failed to reach a
decision in their case.
No indication has been
made by the Legal Department
as to whether the four will be
re-indicted. The trial lasted
over three weeks and will also
be remembered as 'the case of
the missing hashish bag.'
One of the sacks of hashish
valued at over $300,000 on
the drug market- was missing
from its storage in the Criminal
Investigation Department
office when jurors inspected
the contraband stored there.
Solicitor General Hilton,
applying for forfeiture of the
other 48 sacks and nine cakes
of hashish which forn,'d i part


hotel w

THE iiOTEL Union warned
today that although it supports
Government's purchase of
three Cable Beach hotels.
union co-operation in the
smooth operation of at least
one of them is going to be
reduced by Government's
choice of a management team.
The union is objecting to
Government's retention of
Hyatt International Hotels to
manage the Emerald Beach
Hotel.
"We will do whatever we can
to contribute to the smooth
running of that hotel." union
vice president Thomas Bastian
told The Tribune, "but not
under Hyatt.
"We hope Government will
take this matter into serious
consideration. We are not
trying to tell them who they
ought to have to run that
hotel, but to look for someone
who has some understanding of
the interest of Bahamians."
lyatt's attitude in industrial


gas needed
miles-per-gallon attained by
any car.
"In reaching this decision,
your dealers were not
unmindful of the fact that the
purpose of the converter is to
reduce air pollution, a major
problem in the crowded
American cities and highways.,
However, the size of our island
and its location, surrounded by
the sea, make local air
pollution from exhaust gases
non-existent at present in
potentially harmful quantities.
"We believe our customers
will prefer the savings in initial
cost and running expense to be
derived from passing up the
converter for the time being, at
least," Mr. Miller concluded.
The BMDA has notified all
three of the major oil
companies selling retail
gasoline in Nassau of their
decision. If non-leaded gasoline
had been required, all Nassau
service stations would have had
to install special pumps and a
unique design hose nozzle


is challenged


By MIKE LOTHIAN


Haitians 'not only ones deported'


Union sounds


$15,644.24 from the Canadian
Imperial Bank of Commerce,
possession of a revolver and
possession of ammunition.
Hilda Mae Dawkins (alias
Moss) was charged with
harbouring a criminal and
receiving $2,230 from the
Canadian Imperial Bank of
Commerce.
Wesley Moncur was charged
with receiving $2.230. which
Victor Storr allegedly stole
from the Canadian Imperial
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Nuclear blast
AUSTRALIAN Foreign
Minister Donald Willessee
announced the government
believed that France exploded
another nuclear device in the
Pacific today.
Willessee said in a statement
this was the fifth atmospheric
nuclear explosion conducted
by France this year.
Dickey time
SALES of the "Dickey
Nixon" wristwatch have
jumped to about 500 a .day
since Richard Nixon resigned
the presidency, says the general
manager Dirty Time Co..
The 1,:.85 watch, with a
caricature of the former
president, hands covered with
Mickey Mouse gloves and
outstretched in his famous "V"
for victory sign, had been
selling at four a week prior tcf
Nixon's resignation.
Woods attack
ISRAELI gunners lobbed 75
mortar shells early today into
the woods around four villages
in South Lebanon, setting
several olive groves on fire,
military sources in South
Lebanon reported.
The 75-minute pre-dawn
shelling also was reported to
have wrecked several tobacco
plantations in the area where
Israel suspects the presence of
Plaestinian guerrilla bases.


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Nixon ordered to appear



in court as witness


WASHIINGTON
Former President Nixon
was subpoenaed today to
appear as a witness for
John D. Ehrlichman in the.
Watergate cover-up trial
next month.
The subpoena was filed in
U.S. district court by
Ehrlichman's lawyer, Andrew
C. Hall.
It said: "You are
commanded to appear in U.S.


district court for the district of
Columbia ... on the 9th day of
September, 1974, at 9:30 a.m.
to testify on behalf of John D.
Ehrlichman ... and to remain
until called."
The subpoena was addressed
to Nixon at the "Presidential
Compound, San Clemente,
Calif." Where the former
president moved after resigning
his office last Friday.
Ehrlichman, formerly
domestic counsel to Nixon,
had been one of the former


president's closest advisers.
There was no indication in
the filing at district court that
the subpoena actually had been
served.
Any party in a lawsuit may
issue subpoenas for witnesses
without prior court approval.
However the recipient may ask
the court to dismiss a subpoena
later.
Ehrlichman is one of six
defendants scheduled to go on
trial Sept. 9 on charges of
obstructing justice by


GLOOM AS TURKS PUSH


ON TO FAMAGUSTA


LONDON The British
Government said today there
was virtually no chance of a
diplomatic breakthrough to
resolve the Cyprus crisis until
Turkish troops stopped
advancing on the island.
A Foreign Office spokesman
delivered that assessment as
Prime Minister Harold Wilson
and Foreign Secretary James
Callaghan continued an
intensive round of talks with
foreign leaders aimed at halting
renewed fighting on the eastern
Mediterranean island.
Wilson and Callaghan met
with Archbishop Makarios,
former President of Cvorus
deposed in a Greek-backed
military coup July 15.
Then Callaghan saw Joseph
Luns, Secretary-General of the
North Atlantic Alliance, about
the effects of the Greek
decision to withdraw its troops
from NATO command.
The Foreign Office said
contacts were continuing with
both the United States and the
Greek and Turkish
governments. Wilson and
Callaghan discussed Cyprus by
telephone Wednesday with
U.S. President Gerald Ford and
Secretary ot State Henry
Kissinger.
Despite the intense
diplomatic activity, the
Foreign Office spokesman said:
"There are no major strokes
of policy involved and no new


LONDON Henry
Jackson loaded his six
children into his car and
drove off with them on a
journey of tears that brought
heartbreak for them all.
It ended many hours later
when Jackson ran out of
police stations at which to
dump the kids.
Jackson and the police
pieced together the odyssey
that began when he left his
O F the kids for the last time this
week. It was a final gesture of
despair by the 43-year-old
Miscellaneous Gifts, Crystal, Silverplated market trader.
His wife walked out on
Flatware, Wooden Ship models, Linen him and the six youngsters 18
Table-cloths, Ice buckets, etc. Jackson's depression
worsened taking care of the
three boys and three girls,
cooking meals, keeping the
house in order, tending to his
small street stall.
FRID AY AUGUST 16th Finally, he could take no
FRIDAY AUGUST 16th more. He got all the children,.
each of them clutching a
small bag of clothes and a
favourite toy, and loaded
them into his old sedan.
He headed north and began
dropping off the children,
one by one, at any police
station he could find. He
reckoned they had more
chance of finding a home
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proposals. As long as military
operations continue in Cyprus
the conditions just don't exist
for a diplomatic solution."
Meanwhile, the Turkish
Cypriot radio broadcast a claim
that Turkish armoured units
broke into the eastern Cyprus
port of Famagusta today and
linked up with Turkish Cypriot
fighters within the old walled
city.
"Turkish forces reached
Famagusta a short while ago
and were met by Turkish
Cypriot fighters in the old
section of the city," the
broadcast said.
Famagusta is the island's
major port and tourist centre.
Its golden sandy beaches and


luxury hotels attract thousands
of sun-seeking tourists from
Europe and other parts of the
world every year.
Its loss to the invading Turks
would be a severe
psychological as well as
financial blow to the Greek
Cypriots.
In Ankara, Turkish Prime
Minister Bulent Ecevit said the
Turkish force did not intend to
take the whole island but only
territory "considered to be a
fair share of the Turkish
Cypriots."

Turkey invaded Cyprus July
20, five days after the Cypriot
national guard overthrew the
government of Archbishop
Makarios. (AP)


Alma lashes on


MIAMI Tropical storm
Alma was moving across
northwestern Venezuela today
after lashing Caracas with 55
mph winds and heavy rains.
Gale warnings were un for


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located at latitude 10.6 north
and longitude 69.4 west or
about 1,250 miles southeast of
Miami. The storm was moving
westward at about 28 m.p.h.


e islands of Bonaire, Curacao The season's first tropical
d Aruba and for the storm raked the island of
iraguana peninsula in Trinidad on Wednesday,
-nezuela and the Guajira leaving one person dead and a

ninsula in Columbia, said trail of fallen trees and
ficials of the National electricity poles. Police said a
hurricane Centre in Miami. woman standing on a road was
killed when she was struck by
At 6 a.m. today, a debris blown from a rooftop.


spokesman said


Alma was (AP)


attempting to thwart the
investigation of the Watergate
break-in at the Democratic
Party's national headquarters
in 1972.
The other defendants are
former White House chief of
staff H.' R. Haldemam; former
Atty. Gen.' John N. Mitchell;
former Haldeman aide Gordon
Strachan, former Nixon
re-election committee aide and
one-time assistant Atty. Gen.
Robert C. Mardian; and
Kenneth Wells Parkinson, a
re-election committee lawyer.


President's

wife

shot dead
SEOUL, South Korea -
President Chung Hee Park
escaped an assassination
attempt today, but his wife
was killed, a presidential
spokesman announced.
He said she died after a
nearly six-hour operation at
the Seoul National
University Hospital of a
gunshot wound she suffered
during the assassination
attempt.
The attempt took place
as Park was making an
Independence Day address.
A man opened fire, the
President ducked down
behind the speaker's desk
and was not hit, but his
47-year-old wife was hit in
the head.
Security guards wounded
the gunman and arrested
him.
A 16-year-old girl choir
singer in the audience also
was killed, possibly by
police bullets. (AP)
BANANA DEMO
PANAMA A television
cameraman was hit by a rock
and 80 windows of the U.S.
Embassy here were smashed
Wednesday as Panamanian
demonstrators stoned the
building
The protest was against the
refusal of an American banana
export firm, United Brands, to
pay a Panamanian export tax.


through the police than if he
just dumped them all in one
place or tried to farm them
out to relatives.
The first to be abanoned
was S-year-old Lester,
youngest of the Jackson six.
He was left outside the
precinct station in Leighton
Buzzard, a country town
about 30 miles northwest of
the British capital.
"He was brave about it,"
Jackson said later. "I told all
the children what was
happening. I don't keep any
secrets from them."
Little Lester stood on the
curb, holding back his tears,
as his family drove off
northwards.
The next to go was
11-year-old Karen. Jackson
left her weeping outside an
empty police car in Bletchley,
seven miles north of Leighton
Buzzard.
By this time, the four kids
left in the beat-up sedan were
all crying. Jackson wept too.
In Northampton, 21 miles


on, Kathy, 9, and 7-year-old
Lee, the jol'Vr of the family,
were told by their father to
get out. He drove off, leaving
them forlornly holding hands
on a street corner near a
police station.
But as Jackson search for
another Northhampton
precinct house to frop off
Kin, 10, and Leonard, 11, his
heartbreak journey was
halted by police.
One of the children left
behind in the south had told
the story to police.
Jackson was held in a
police station for three
hours while officers made
sure all the children were
safe.
They let him go as they
made arrangements to reunite
the children and place them
in the care of authorities until
foster homes can be found
for them.
Officers said that Jackson.
his head bowed in despair and
sadness, drove off into the
night, heading north alone.
(AP)


Queen-

honours

'brave'

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LONDON Queen
Elizabeth yesterday honoured
her only daughter, Princess
Anne, (pictured) for her
"calm and brave" behaviour
when a gunman attacked her
car near Buckingham Palace
March 20 and tried to kidnap
her.
Five persons, including the
princess' bodyguard, were
wounded in the shootout.
The Princess, who
celebrated her 24th birthday
Wednesday, was appointed a
Dame Grand Cross of the
Royal Victoria Order, an
award made personally by the
monarch for services to the
royal family.
Anne's husband, Army
Capt. Mark Philips, who was
in the car, was made a
Commander of the Order.
The Princess' lady-in-waiting,
who also was in the car, was
made a member of the Order.
fourth class.

Ford gives
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hold, sell, or purchase gold, as
of Dec. 31.
Thlie provision relating to
gold was contained in a
measure which authorized
appropriations of $1.5 billion
to the International
Development Association.
The bill also directs U.S.
representatives to the
association to oppose aid to
any country that develops an
atomic bomb unless it joins the
treaty on non-proliferation of
nuclear weapons.
The buying and selling of
gold by citizens would be


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A White Paper said the
government will set up two
new instruments to give it
wider control over the
production side of the nation's
economy:
Planning agreements,
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Riot police
LISBON Riot police shot
and killed one person and
wounded at least six others
early today after
demonstrators defied an order
not to hold a rally in favour of
independence for Portuguese
Angola.
The incident was the most
serious clash between law and
order forces and the public
since the new regime came to
power April 25.
The violence erupted as
police and army units were
leaving the demonstration
gold go-ahead
allowed it the President finds
that the transactions will not
disrupt the U.S. international
monetary position.
Gold transactions by private
citizens has been prohibited
since the 1930s. (AP)


capital for industry, normally
taking for the government a
share in equity. This includes
sound companies with
short-term .financial problems
In its platform for national
elections last February, the
Labour Party pledged to take
over the pharmaceutical, road
transport, construction and
machine tool industries.
The party won the elections
without a clear parliamentary
majority, and its takeover plans*
have come under fire from
private industry. New elections
are expected this fall.
The White Paper said future
takeovers would be made by
agreement with the companies
concerned but that if
compulsory acquisitions
become necessary, this will be
done by special act of
Parliament. (AP)

open fire

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THE TRIBUNE -.-Thursday, August 15, 1974


1bh e Iribuur
NULLJUS ADDICrTU JURA IN VERBA MACISTI
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON EF H. DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor 1903- 1914
SIR FTIENNE IUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917.-1972
-'xntributing Editor 1972.
EILELN L)Dt I N,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Putlisher/Editor 1972.
Published Daily Monday tt Saturday

Shirley Street. P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
TELEPHONES:
Editorial 24532, 2-2260
General Offices (15 Extensions) 2-1986
Advertising 2-1986, 2-2768

Thursday, August 15, 1974


By ETIENNE DUPUCII

ON JULY 3rd. Prime Minister Pindling let out a blast against
ime in the piess and on ihe radio. And on the following day I
replied to the attack.
It uiose over two things.
One was the cost of his trip to Japan when his wife took her
hairdiesseI along and also a staff inember of the Ministry of
'Touism
The second cause of protest arose from a report in The San
I rancisco I examiner on a dinner he reportedly gave in the Blue
Fox Restaurant in S'n flrancisco.
Readers of this column are familiar with the facts of this case
and so I will not go into details.

In the case of the trip to Japan ... where Mrs. Pindling went to
launch a ship tor the ('. Y Tung Group of Companies ... Mr.
Pindling said that the expenses of this trip were paid by the
shipping company.
I said in my aiticle that this was normal procedure and i
accepted his statement.
But the question of the private dinner was later raised in the
House of Assembly by Mr. Michael Lighthourn (Independent.
Clarence I'Town ). And \It. Pindling said that this was also a part ofi
the ftip fo'i hiicli the Japanese company paid.
I am not disputing this statement. Mr. Pindling says so ... and I
accept it But conunmen sense suggests that a private dinner given
hI Mr. Pindlii. in San Francisco on his way back to N:Sisslti
woul d (ii oiailaiiy be considered a pail of' the Japanese tip.
But Mr. Pindling says so ... and it must be so.
It is unfortunate that he did not make this clear in his original
statement. Now it sounds like an after thought. But I suppose Mr.
Pindling just took it for granted that everyone would understand
that this was thle case. Now he has cleared tip this point. And
since lie has said so ... it must be so.
i in**i*t4*
I anm not discounting Mr. Pindling's claim but I have had some
expel ience in this direction too.
The President lHotel in Hlong Kong is owned by a Chinese
group. Some years ago, when the manager of this hotel heard that
my wife and I would be visiting long Kong, he sent us a telegram
inviting us to be his guests. We accepted.
liHe gave us the Presidential suite at the top of the hotel. This
was a fabulous place. It had several luxurious bedrooms. each
with its own bath and dressing room, a study, a large sitting
roomil a dining room and a breakfast room. There must have been
a do/.en telephones. When the phone rang I had to run fiomn roo0,i
to ,i-omn to find the right one. We looked out on the bay froni
laige casemen! windows. It was a nimagnificent sight. Several
(Cinice seiilnIs were stationed night and day outside the maini
entrance to lie suite to attend to our every need. This was all
free.
But when I had friends in for a meal and went to the dining
room ... lhlil was different. I paid.
And ;so, while I accept Mr. Pindling's statement that the
Japanese company paid for his private entertaining in San
Francisco ... I say that this is not normal procedure. It is a case of
generosity in lie extieme.
Readers of this column will recall that the dispute arose over
the cost of the meal. The San l'rancisco Ixaminer reported that
the meal for five cost $694.35 and that they drank three bottles
of wine at 140 dollars a bottle.
ieic statement produced by Mr. Pindling ... which he took a
week to obtain ... showed that there were ten not five guests
at the dinner and that they drank a bottle of wine that cost only
$11 a bottle and a half bottle that cost only $2.75.
Right ... we accept all these figures.
But there is one item in this bill for $264.35 that is unusual
,be statement on a bill head of the Blue Fox Restaurant shows
that they charged $53 for gratuity. This works out at $5.30 ,i
plate.
A.l over the world today the standard gratuity is 15 per cent of
tl:, total of the bill. Fifteen per cent-of S264.35 is $39.65. How
did the restaurant arrive at a figure of $53?
1 suggest that Mr. Pindling should point out this obvio,,r
overcharge to his Japanese friends.
It is a small item, of course. Nothing like the quarter million
dollar "nustake" on a shipment of pipes to the Ministry of Works
that was worth only $100,000 and the government was charged
$350,000. But it appears to be a mistake ... and it should be
corrected. Mr. Pindling should reexamine this statement because
they may have even made a mistake in the billing.
***** **t


Even for ten guests the total on this bill seems high.
I had a party of six recently at what is considered a high-priced
restaurant, Mv bill was $109.26. We had a bottle of wine too.
Cost S 15. And so the total of our wine bill was approximately
the same as that served at the Pindling dinner.
According these figures our dinner cost just over $18 a head
as compared with $26.35 for the Pindling dinner. This seems
quite a difference. But, of course. I am not disputing anything. I
am only examining some figures that strike me as being
interesting.

When Mr. Pindling disputed the figures for the Blue Fox dinner
published in the San Francisco Examiner I said that I would write
the Editor of 7The EI.aminer to find out if its columnist had made
a mistake. And if so .. how and why?
I was away in Grand Cayman when the reply came. My
daughter, Mrs. Eileen Carron, editor of The Tribune, phoned and
read me the reply from The Examiner. I told her to deal with it.
She did an admirable job of presenting the facts to the public.
In his reply to me the Editor of The Examiner admitted that
the paper had made a mistake, adding that their columnist had
been given wrong information by the restaurant.
On this statement Mrs. Carron raised a very proper question.
Why should anyone in a restaurant in San Francisco want to give
false information to the press about the Prime Minister of the



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say that the paper would he dom ill, ,i ise'virei to the pies .id
to the people of the Balhiui.ws it the\ could find out whetlih.'r
there was any ulterior minit'c, eitlihi by someone in the riestaiiraiit
or by the paper's colutmnmil i tinhs .ise.
It is an intriguintig case iul. ii Che mtei.'s' of tmllil., we will
make every effort to get io the boiix: ii o, it.

A THOUG()(HT lOR IOl)DAY
A witty statesman said. 'ti 'ullll g o., .i no thing byh
figures: CARL.lI


i'. i t ii they aie today. It
S i; onr'x ag.iin he the dream
i) ^-- ti, uing man in tle
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S(This is an interesting letter
S lri M i Good. and he
e Xpr sies a point of view
S .. ciri and straightfor-
.; i.iilv. But. with respect,
it ceini. that he has missed
slih ieailly important aspect of
ih holiile Watergate scandal
Aid its related moves,
i-i'h r tlh v x were political

( I lIe .iist important aspect
of ihe wliole sorry affair is


that Nixon vw.s read to
resign the Presidency because
he had violated the American
Constitution and he knew
it!
(In the final analysis Nixon
admitted in his historic
speech that he had lost his
power base in Congress -- and
the reason he had lost it was
because the Congress no
longer had any faith in their
President becat.se he had
withheld information troim
them in breach of the
Constitution.-ED).



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Maverick: five years of economy
F R T)D RO F ., M e ti.- . .


m X L. averncK t e
economical car, was built five
years ago so that it would be
the one compact by which all
other compacts would be
measured.
The 1974 Maverick, is a
compact car, powered for
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family use. It is also a practical
car easy to service, park, and
handle, and is quite economical
because the engine is designed
to operate on regular gasoline.
To meet required safety
standards, the Maverick has
new impact-resistant front and
rear bumper systems, and front
outboard retractable
lap/shoulder belts with starter
interlock to the driver and
front seat passenger.
There are three models to
choose from: two-door sedan.
a four-door sedan and a
two-door Grabber. If you're
budget-minded, the basic
two-door is the one for you.


Tastefully appointed inside
and out, this Maverick provides
adult-sized, deep-cushioned
seats with colour-keyed
carpeting and steering wheel,
and highly functional door-pull
armrests as well as recessed
door handles
The seat material is
random-stripe cloth and vinyl
It is long wearing and easy to
clean. This two-door model


also features flip-open rear
quarter windows.
This model is available in 1 5
colours, each applied to a
greater thickness than before
to provide a deep sheen and
tough safe-guard from the
elements.
Now, let's suppose your
taste runs towards a little more
visual appeal The '74 Maverick
obliges with the optional
Exterior Decor group.
Essentially a styling group, it is
yours for only a few extra
dollars more whether your
choice is the two-door or
four-door.
For the true luxury
enthusiast, the 2-'Door and
4-Door Sedan fitted with the
magnificent luxury decor
options is offered. With such
features as all vinyl trim,
independent reclining front
seats, cut-pile carpeting, special
sound package, WSW
steel-belted radial ply tires, it
offers many comforts and
conveniences-
The "74 Maverick has not
forgotten the sports-minded.
The two-door Maverick
(rabber is mobile fun. and
looks it.
It has a new, unique lower
body paint. special hood
tape-and-paint, bright belt
holdings, window frames and
dual colour-keyed mirrors, and
distinctive D70 B/WL "raised
letter" wide-oval tires establish
Grabber's sporting theme.


The Grabber will not cost
you an arm and a leg. And it
lets you build your idea of
what a sporty machine ought
to be for only a little more.
If you want more engine
you can get it with the
optional 250 CI Six, or the 302
V-8. They will give you plenty
of performance with regular
gas. The Grabber comes with a
standard three-speed
column-mounted shift, but you
can order a 3-speed manual.
full sync floor stick with either
the 200 CI standard
six-cylinder the optional 250
CI Six or the 302.
A close look at all the major
design components of the '74
Maverick shows that it is a very
stout automobile. Soundness
of construction and engineering
makes it that way ... welded
into one rattle-resistant piece
for quiet going.
You save to begin with
because of Maverick's low
initial cost. But there is more
to be considered. The '74
Maverick can go 36,000 miles
or three years between major
chassis lube jobs.
Oil changes are called for
every 6,000 miles or four
months. Oil filters should be
changed initially at 6,000 miles
or four months, then at every
12,000-miles or eight month
intervals.
Other saving features are:
self-adjusting brakes, engine
coolant-antifreeze that lasts
two years, long life motorcraft


Sta-Ful battery to keep you off
the hook, corrosion-resistant
aluminized muffler,
zinc-coated underbody parts
and regular gas usage.
Saving can also be yours if
you like to do minor
maintenance. Oil and spark
plug changes are a snap. So is
an ordinary engine tune-up.
It's not only how much you
get as standard on all models
but it is how well all the
equipment is made and
assembled.
Such details as
door-operated courtesy light
and lockable glove box are
items that show thoughtful
concern for your convenience
When you read the long list
of standard equipment
provided on the model of your
choice, you'll wonder why
Maverick doesn't cost more.
Desirable options let you
customize your Maverick and
they're not going to break your
bank. You'll find the decor
option group most reasonable
additions to Maverick's basic
goodness.
THE AM/FM stereo radio
entertains and informs you. Air
conditioning comforts you.
Steel-belted radial ply tires
have been tested to give 40,000
miles of tread life for the
average driver under normal
driving conditions.
These '74 Maverick
models are being sold by ABC
Motors, located on Collins
Avenue.


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THE TRIBUNE -- Thursday, August 15, 1974


Ji'


GEORGE "SONNY" "
BETHEL
Sales Representative V ,.


We are are pleased to announce the appointment of Mr.
Sonny Bethel as Sales Representative.
Born at Cherokee Sound, Abaco 26 years ago, Mr. Bethel
was educated in Abaco public schools. After moving to
Nassau, he was in turn employed by Bahamian Lumber &
Building Supplies Ltd. for 4 years and by Maura Lumber
Co. Ltd. for 6 years.
He is a graduate of the Dale Carnegie and Goals
International courses.
Although new to the automotive business, Sonny Bethel
brings to ABC Motors 10 years of successful service to
Bahamian customers, and a warm, cheerful personality
which is bound to win friends for him in his new calling.
Come in and meet him!

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THE TRIBUNE -- Thursday, August 15, 1974 5


Bahamian tourism

'suffered little'


NEW YORK Minister of
Tourism Clement Maynard told
a group of black travel
executives here Tuesday that
Bahamian tourism had suffered
little in absolute terms when
compared to other countries.
Mr. Maynard outlined
several negative factors which
he said affected market
conditions and travel patterns
in all the major tourism-gene-
rating countries of the world,
principally North America,
Asia and Western Europe.
These included the world
energy crisis; rampant
inflation; slow-downs in
industrial production;
increasing competition from
other resort areas for a
declining market and the fact
that fewer Americans were
travelling abroad this year.
"So considering the factors
working against international
travel," he said, "and in
comparisn with other


countries, the Bahamas has
suffered little in absolute
terms. However, since tourism
is our primary industry and
since we depend on it to
finance our social and
economic development, even a
slight drop or a minimum
amount of uncertainty is
enough to cause some
concern."
He added that therefore the
Government was concentrating
on "invigorating" the tourist
industry in an effort to bring
about a renewed period of
growth.
A central feature of this
effort was to be the purchase
of the three Cable Beach
Hotels and the construction of
a convention centre nearby, he
said.
Earlier in the day Mr.
Maynard was the featured
guest on New York's top rated
television interview "Midday".


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LE CABARET Theatre on
Paradise Island will be the
scene of much excitement
come August 18. when 25
young Bahamians from the
Auxiliary of the Bahamas
School of the Theatre put on
their spectacular folklore
production, "Black Magic."
The show begins at 9 p.m.
The following evening a
similar performance will be
given in Freeport at the
Kasbah Celebrity Room of El


Casino.
The composition is an
original historical musical,
incorporating the appearances
of such Bahamian artists as
Kayla Lockhart Edwards and
Priscilla Rollins. It highlights
the contributions of
Bahamians and Black
Americans from the turn of
the century to the present


day.
The youngsters, ranging'in
ages 13 to 26, are tutored by
Mrs. Shirley Hall Bass.
director of the school, who
also directs and choreographs
"Black Magic."
The production is of such a
high standard that the
Ministry of To.urism and
International Air Bahama


cosponsored the group's trip.
to Paris in July to represent
the Bahamas in the Festival
Estival de Paris. In Paris the
dance troupe joined forces
with Chicago's Sammy Dyer
School of the Theatre with
whom they have presented
similar cultural exchange
workshops since 1967.


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MINISTER of Tourism Movable Convention of and imaginative step" Mr. "Thus for the first time in
Clement Maynard, told visiting Oddfellows being held this Maynard said. our history," he continued,
members of the Grand United week at the Sheraton-British "It is a logical continuation "Bahamians will have a major
Order of Oddfellows Monday Colonial Hotel. More than of the Government's expressed stake in the economy through
that the Government is "taking 1;500 foreign delegates are policy of Bahamianization the Government's investment
the lead in maintaining the participating in the conference which is that policy which in this vital industry."
deluxe image of our resorts and together with local lodge endeavours to place a priority He added that the Bahamas
we are confident we can keep members. on the interests and was firmly on the road towards
up the pace." Government's planned employment of Bahamians in successful development, that
Mr. Maynard was the guest purchase of three hotels in the their own country," he said there has been no major
speaker at the Biennial Western District was "a bold their own country," he said obstacles along that road and
that such progress was

Mr. Maynard described the
Oddfellows as one of the oldest
lodges established in the
Bahamas (July 31, 1865) and
noted that it was devoted to
"the Christian ideals of the
Fatherhood of God and the
Brotherhood of Man."
"In the Bahamas we
welcome and encourage the
on-going development of the
Order," he said.
Pictured: Left to right: Mr.
Gerald Cash; National Grand
Master Leslie I. Gaines:
Clement Maynard; Mr. Leon
Stafford, a guest of the
convention and the Rev. Earle
Francis of the Bahamas
Christian Council.


To commemorate
"Flamingo Day", which this
year was August 12,
Governor-General Sir Milo
Butler was presented with a
special Flamingo Day issue of
the Bahamian two-dollar coin
in appreciation of his support
to the work of the Bahamas
National Trust efforts in
protection of the West Indian
Flamingo, the National Bird
of the Bahamas.
The Bahamas National
Trust is a non-profit
organization established for
the purpose of promoting
conservation and for
preserving wildlife, lands and
submarine areas of beauty
and places of historic interest
in the Bahamas.
Making the presentation is
Mr. Michael E. Lightbourne,
(left) President, Bahamas
National Trust, and looking
on (at right) is Mr. Claude E.
M. Smith, Director of
Agriculture and Fisheries, and
vice-president of the Trust.
I~lll=I


r nkgg9I .1 _
DEPUTY Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Arthur
Hanna unveiled a statue Sunday 11 August honouring
Bahamian womanhood in ceremonies at Prince George
Dock. Dame Bertha Isaacs placed an arrangement of flowers
at the base of the statue. The statue is the result of a
resolution placed before the House of Assembly in 1969 by
Cat Island M. P. Oscar Johnson. It was sculptured by
Professor Randolph Johnson and donated by the Bahamas
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Stay Alive Longer!



Right Mental Attitude


Will Help Keep You Well


By LELORD KORDEL
Number l9 of a Series
More than half of all hospital
beds are filled by mentally ill
patients.
One out of every 12 children
born this year will suffer during
his lifetime a mental illness
severe enough to send him to the
hospital.
Doctors find that most
individuals have minor
emotional disturbances, which
too often go unrecognized.
Many productive persons con-
tinuously maintain a chronic
neurotic adjustment to life.
These people flood the doc-
tors' offices with their psychoso-
matic illnesses. Nearly 80 per-
cent of all patients who consult
doctors do so for complaints
which are primarily attribut-
able to emotional disorders.
Mind-Caused Illness
Your mind can make you well
... or it can make you ill, both
mentally and physically.
Headaches, abdominal pain,
diarrhea, nausea, vomiting,
rapid heartbeat, shortness of
breath, blurring of vision, and
paralysis are just some of the
symptoms caused by mental
worries and anxieties. Your
emotions affect, favorably or
unfavorably, the functioning of
practically every organ of the
body.
Emotions, stress, and tension
are the common causes of head-
aches. Resentment can prevent
food from entering your stom-
ach or from being properly
digested.
Disgust can bring on skin
rashes, long after you've for-
gotten all about the emotion.
A guilt complex can lead to
distraction, carelessness, and
accidents. Anger, particularly
self-anger, can cause ulcers.
Anxiety produces heart and
blood disorders, and is often the
cause of diarrhea.
A Major Problem
The problem of mental health
must be attacked by consider-
ing the total environment: the
community, the schools, the
home. And, since the major part
of a man's life is spent in busi-
ness, that part of his life must not
be ignored.
Evidence now exists that as



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1111HT WRONG
many as 80 percent of mental
patients, given adequate and in-
tensive treatment, can be dis-
charged during their first year of
such treatment.
How much mental illness
might be prevented by the
correction of glandular and or-
ganic difficulties-and by prop-
er nutrition!
The wrong diet, wrong think-
ing, and wrong living can upset
the entire glandular system;
your health, your personality,
and even your physical appear-
ance can be drastically affected.
Years of uninterrupted mal-
nutrition contribute to a grad-
ual slowing down in the brain
and nerve functions, and a lack
of certain vitamins in the body
can bring on severe mental dis-
orders.
Know Yourself
Dr. Hans Selye, of Montreal
University, tells us: "Even the
well-fed body will suffer it you
continue to generate emotional
stress by trying to meet adult
problems with childish re-
actions."
The immature attitudes and
psychological mechanisms of
mental ill health include the
following: (1) avoidance of un-
pleasant situations, (2) day-
dreaming, (3) rebellion against
society, (4) an inferiority com-
plex, (5) a superiority complex,
and (6) sex conflicts.
Accept your physical and
intellectual handicaps. Then
plan a satisfactory life inside
these limitations. Don't use your
handicaps as an excuse for not
attempting some useful and
satisfactory work.
First, take stock of your
assets. Next, turn your efforts in
directions likely to afford you
the greatest degree of personal


satisfaction and accomplish-
ment.
Learn to maintain a steady
balance between the two oppos-
ing, instinctual forces-love and
aggression. These two primi-
tive drives meet and become
inextricably entangled with
each other in our psychological
life.
Love is necessary to our emo-
tional health. Lacking it, we
destroy our marriages, ruin our
careers, and impose intolerable
burdens of frustration and de-
spair upon ourselves and those
around us.
Real love is selfless love. Its
quality is measured, not by its
emotional intensity, but by its
lack of possessiveness.
Do you value your own free-
dom? Of course you dol But
can you love another without
imperiling her freedom? It's
your right to be an individual, to
have privacy of mind and spirit,
but you must allow that same
privilege to the one you love.
Test Your Mental Health
The surest test of your mental
health lies in your answers to the
following questions. Think
them over, and when you can
answer all of them positively,
you'll have attained the stand-
ard of mental health that all of us
desire:
1. Are you optimistic and con-
fident?
2. Do you experience a joy-
ous sense of well-being?
3. Do you look forward to to-
morrow? To next week? To
next year?
4. Do you make plans and
never doubt but that you'll suc-
ceed in them?
5. Do you find life interesting
exciting ... crammed with
possibilities of adventure?
6. Do you expect good to
come to you?
7. Do you go forward to meet
new people eagerly, expecting
to like them and to have them
like you?
8. Is your chagrin over your
mistakes and failures tran-
sitorv?



Next: Proteins Are Your Key
to Success. How to eat for
health and vitality.


District Governor


visits Rotary here


ROTARY District Governor
John Watts paid his first
official visit to Nassau last
weekend and then took off
for a tour of the Rotary
Club of Abaco.
The three Nassau clubs, and
Abaco, which form a part of
the large District 404 of
Rotary International, held a
dinner dance and fashion
show last Saturday at the
Flagler Inn during which Dr.
Watts spoke about his hopes
and aspirations for Rotary in
the district.
President Watts, a Grenadian
dentist now living and
practising in Trinidad, has
chosen as his theme for
. District 404 the maxim "Let
us serve our peoples and our
community through active
and meaningful
involvement."
And he has set as the goals for
Rotarians in the district this
year to build a healthy and
solid foundation for the,
future development of
District 404 and to establish
a favourable image of
Rotary throughout the
district as an effective
service organisation in the
community.
Dr. Watts was charter president
of the Rotary Club of
Grenada and has served
Rotary International as
Administrative advisor of
Group 'O'. He also has been
chairman of the Caribbean


Tourist Association for two
terms.
Pictured above from left:
Durward Knowles, Bast
Nassau .president William
Dekle, Mrs. Knowles, West
Nassau president Bismark
Coakley, Mrs. Dekle, District
Governor Dr. John Watts,
Mrs. Caokley, Mrs. O'Brien,
Nassau president Gordon
O'Brien and Mrs. Colin
Wells. (Photo: Philip
Symonette).

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COMMONWEALTH OF
THE BAHAMAS ISLANDS
IN THE SUPREME COURT
Equity Side


I J&B ROLLS ROVCE'
WINNER Mrs. Margaret
French receives the key to a
the J&B Rolls Royce from -;
Bradley Roberts, president of
Bahamas Blenders Limited, d
sponsors of the raffle along B
with the J&B Scotch
Distillers.
Mrs. French of Village
Green is a company secretary
with the law firm of Higgs &
Johnson.
The raffle draw took place
Friday evening at Ronnie's
Rebel Room when a visitor
from Chicago drew Mrs.
French's winning ticket from
the raffle drum. Mrs. French
had only two tickets in the
raffle but it only takes one to
win!
Proceeds of the raffle will
be shared by the Bahamas
Olympic Association, the
Bahamas Association for the
Mentally Retarded the
Ranfurly Home for Children,
and the Sir Victor Sassoon
(Bahamas) Heart Foundation.,.


Sea conference discusses legal aspects


By Nigel Cumberbatch
CARACAS, VIENlEZULA
General debate on the legal
aspects of a possible sea treaty
entered its final stage Tuesday
at the third United Nations
Law of the Sea Conference.
Between 2,000 and 3.000
delegates representing some
148 nations at the conference,
dealing with the future use and
protection of the oceans.
already have stated their
general positions on such
controversial issues as
territorial sea limits, economic
zones, passage through the
straits of the world,
exploration and exploitation of
the seabed and landlocked
states' access to the seas.
The ten-week conference is
to end Aug. 29. It has divided
itself into three working
committees to study separate
matters, and this week turneJ
to less complicated but
rules governing archipelagic
waters.
"For those parts of


important matters such as
archipelagos, enclosed and
semi-enclosed seas and islands.
More than 30 delegations
outlined their positions
regarding archipelagos.
Australia, Indonesia, Japan,
the United Kingdom and the
Soviet Union are among several
nations which favour some
form of unobstructed transit
through archipelagic waters.
Australia's position
regarding archipelago is that
"there should be some degree
of freedom of passage
consistent with the archipelagic
states' problems of security,
national unity and resource
jurisdiction."
On this matter, Japan,
seeking to protest its huge
fishing industry, expressed
much concern over possible
archipelagic waters which have
been used as routes for
international navigation, a right
of free passage for foreign
vessels, including fishing
vessels, should be ensured,"
said Motoo Ogiso. member of


the Japanese delegation.
"There should be a
satisfactory regime of
navigation through the
archipelagic waters" observing
the interests of the
international community, said
H.A. Dudgeon of the United
Kingdom delegation.
The Soviet Union delegate,
Petr D. Barbolia, said that
"the archipelagic states, in
their proposals, should take
into account the interests of
the whole world, including the
right of transit of all vessels
through these waters."
"Transit of vessels would, of
course, be carried out without
affecting the security,
economic and other interests
of the archipelagic states," said
the Soviet delegate. (AP)


1974
No. 23


IN THE MATTER of The Quieting Titles Act 1969.
AND

IN THE MATTER of ALL THAT tract of land
containing Twenty-four and Ninety-three
(24.93) acres and situate Sandilands Allotments
in the Eastern District of the Island of New
Providence and bounded on the North by a
Road Reservation Twenty (20) feet wide and on
the East by land the property of OBADIAH
BRICE on the South by land the property of D.
Tinker and lots Fifty (50) Fifty-one (5 1) and
Fifty-two (52) of the said Sandilands Allotments
on the West by land the property of Chresual
Fernander.


AND


IN THE MATTER OF THE Petition of KING
NIXON.

NOTICE OF PETITION'

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

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

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


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


Attorney for the Petitionar.


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4 1 ~D-Ab6



By Abigail Van Buren
1974 by CMCea Triube-N. Y. MNws Sms.E e. K
DEAR ABBY: While I was driving my car, a traffic
officer suddenly appeared, and signaled for me to pull over.
I promptly obeyed and asked him what I had done wrong.
He asked me to get out of the car, and when I did, he
looked me over-but good. Then he asked me for my
driver's license, which I gave him. Meanwhile, I was
trembling like a leaf.
I noticed that he made a note of my name and address.
Then he said: "You were exceeding the 35 mile-per-hour
speed limit-but if you let me see you when I'm off duty, I'll
call this a 'warning'." Then he smiled and told me his first
name.
Abby, I was NOT going over the speed limit, and I was
angry because he tricked me into stopping. Besides, I have
a boyfriend and I'm not interested in seeing anyone else, but
I didn't want a ticket so I said, "Okay."
Now, what if he calls me? BLONDIE
DEAR BLONDIE: Tell him if he wants to charge you
with "resisting an officer" to go ahead, because he's not all
that irresistible.


Blondie wonders: should she "resist an officer?"


DEAR ABBY: Some time ago, you had something in
your column about people who have a misdemeanor on th-L-
record and how to get it removed.
At age 18,1 I was wrongly accused of being an accomplice a
to a minor shoplifting offense. (Ten dollars.) Being very
much upset by the whole thing,.I didn't fight the charge. I
just went to court, paid the fine and it was put on my
record.
I am now 21, married and want to apply for employment,
but the previous job (where the shoplifting incident took
place) was the only one I've ever had, so I wonder if you can
help me.
I don't think a person should be penalized the rest of his
life for one minor mistake at an early age.
If it's possible to get this off my record, how do I go about
it? BEWILDERED
DEAR BE: If you have been in no legal difficulty for a
year following the incident, go to the Probation Department
and inquire about the possibility of "sealing" your records.
Once they are sealed, it is as though they never existed
and you may apply for a job without mentioning the fact
that at one time you had this on your record. Good luck.


DEAR ABBY: Was I ever glad to see that letter in your
column from "Foolish Question," whose mother kept
insisting that she felt pain in her leg-which had been
amputated.
It was not a foolish question, and I am glad you didn't tell
her she was "nutty" as so many call me when I tell them
that my toes itch when, indeed, I have no toes.
I had my leg amputated below the knee, and one day
when I was all alone sitting on my bed, the stump started


jumping up and down on the bed. I couldn't even hold it still
with my hands!
By the time the doctor arrived, it had stopped jumping,
but he explained that nature, which is a wonderful thing,
was "rebelling." There should be more nerves in my leg than
I had, and nature was letting me know it.
You did a lot of amputees a big favor by printing that
letter. Now, when we tell people that some part of our
anatomy that isn't there is itching or throbbing or giving us
pain, they won't look at us like we're loony.
ANOTHER AMPUTEE
Problems? You'll feel better if you get it off your chest. For
a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. 69700, L.A.,
Calif. 90069. Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope,
please.
For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding,"
send $1 to Abigail Van Buren, 132 Lasky Dr., Beverly Hills,
Cal. 90212.

NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MARY JANE LIGHTBOURN
of Montrose Avenve, 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 15th day of
August, 1974 to the Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box
N-3002, Nassau.


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CLASSIFIED ADVS. BRING RESULTSl-FAST
CLASSIFIED SECTION TO PLACE YOUR A T


REAL ESTATE FOR RENT RINE SUPPLIES PMBLIC AUCTION IN MEMORY AM INMIAM"" I HELP M.NTED ELP NOTED


C16427
RESIDENTIAL lot in Pyfrom
Estates on main road adjoining
commercial area. For
information phone 22201 --
.Malone.

C16420
OUT EAST 100 on Bay
Street East by 241 ft. Depth -
only $18,000.00. See any time.
Dial Nick Damianos 22033,
evenings 41197.

C16419
SEABREEZE 3 bedrooms 3
baths expensively furnished
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.

C16 160
BUILD ANYTIME. 70 x 100
lots. YAMACRAW BEACH
ESTATES. $75 deposit. From
$80 month Private beach and
lake. No interest charges. Tel:
41141 any day or night or
24148
MORLEY & O'BRIEN REAL
ESTATE (BREA BROKERS).

C 16412
LARGE Lot on West Bay
Street 100 by 300 feet
Reasonable price. Also
Commercial lot Bay Street near
town. Easy Finance available.
8 acres prime Hilltop West Bay
Street, suitable for Apartments
or Condominium.
For information call Bill's Real
Estate 23921.

C16388
PRIVATE PARTY SELLS
LAND
BUY WITHOUT A
MIDDLE MAN
CASH OR BANK LOAN
PHONE 53910

i 0 :; 0,. /
BUY A LOT
IN SAN ANDROS
ALMOST 1/3 ACRE
,jo dowvr $35 per nonth. Caii
or visit
FRANK CAREY
Real Estate
P.O. Box N-4764

Bay and Deveaux Streets
Teipplione 27667-24815

FOR SALE OR RENT

C 163 70
4 bedroom 2 bathroom
unfurnished semi -hilltop
airconditioned house. Large
yard, centrally located in
Shirley Park Avenue.
$43,000-$350 ($525 rent
furnished). Phone 28293
34527

C15450
3 bedroom, I bath private
home, fully furnished for rent
or sale, Oakes Field, Nassau.
Call Freeport 352-6268.


FOR RENT


C 16432
NEWLY decorated, furnished
house, two airconditioned
bedroom', one bath, in Buen
Retire. ?lophone 3-1518 or
5-3266,
C16430
TWO BEDROOM
FURNISHED airconditioned
house available immediately.
Phone Wallace 59650 or
42765.

C 16422
2 BEDROOM 2 bath
oceanview apartment, T.V.
antenna, no children, no pets.
Telephone 78141 or 77655.

C 16400
THREE furnished rooms with
modern conveniences and gas
stoves on Christie Street east
side, laundromat in yard
Rooms $16, $20 and $25 per
week. Phone 5-4811.


C16414
Charming houses, nicely
furnished 2 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms Cable Beach,
pool, and sea, airconditioned.
Phone 7-7530.

C16379
2 bedroom apartment, Winton
Highway, fully furnished.
balcony with excellent views.
All utilities included. $350 per
month. Phone 21631.

C16119
CO TTAGE S and
APARTMENTS monthly
airconditioned, tfuy furnished,
maid service available. Lovely
garden and swimming pool.
Telephone 31297, 31093.

C 16289
ONE THREE BEDROOM.,
two bath, airconditioned
furnished home, Queen's
Road, Nassau East. Phone
5-4684 or 2-3750.

C16136
LOVELY 2 bedroom
airconditioned apartment,
Dundas Court, Pyfrom's
Addition, Master T.V. antenna
and laundry room facilities
enclosed "parking area. For
Information call 3-4953 or
5-4258.


C 16386
LARGE 2 bedroom apartment,
airconditioned, furnished.
$280 per month.
Phone 53134

C16429
THREE BEDROOMS, TWO
BATHS, modern newly
redecorated house, East Street
South main roa (South
Beach), on yearly lease
unfurnished. good location,
airconditioners, suit small
professional family. Telephone
owner 36334 or 22433.

C16130
Scriven's Villa's
Air-conditioned efficiency
apartments with kitchenette
directly on a lovely beach in
beautiful Eleuthera. For
further information call 51748
or 56901. In Eleuthera call Mr.
Hansen Bethel South
Palmetto Point.
Rates: Up to two people
$16.00 a day Discount: weekly
rental 10% and monthly 15%.

FOR SALE

C 16403
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.

C16410
PUREBRED Doberman Pups
for Sale. $150 and $125.
Ready now Hind, Eastern
Road Tel. 41128.

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


CARS FOR SALE

C16404
1973 PLYMOUTH FURY,
loaded with extra features.
$6,500 will take trade in.
Phone 28293-34527.

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


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

CRAFT SUPPLIES

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

MARINE SUPPLIES 1
C16431
FOR SALE: Bertram 25, twin
150 h.p. Mercruisers. Phone
2-2408.


C 16439
24' BERTRAM CAMPER
Twin 165 H.P. Mercruisers
Refrigerator, ship to shore,
toilet. Excellent condition.
Phone between 6 and 7 p.m.
55382.

C16437
28 foot Winner Sports
Fisherman Twin Mercruisers
215 h.p.,
Low hours
Loaded with equipment
Excellent condition
18 months old.
All reasonable offers
considered. Call 36646/36211
from 9 am to 5 pm or 34569
from 7 pm to 10 pm.

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

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

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.


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.

I PUBLIC AUCTION
C16364
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his premises on the Western
side of Albury Lane, five doors
from Shirley Street in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence on Friday
the 23rd day of August A. D.
1974 at 12.00 o'clock noon
the following property:-

ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land situate in the
Western District of the
Island of New Providence
having the Number Eleven
(11) on a plan of the
Subdivision called and
known as the Chippingham
and a copy of the said plan
being filed in the
Department of Lands and
Surveys which said piece
parcel or lot of land is
bounded on the NORTH by
Infant View Road and
running thereon One
hundred (100) feet on the
EAST by Lot Number
Twelve (12) in the said
Subdivision the property
now or formerly of Harold
Major and running thereon
One hundred (100) feet on
the SOUTH by Lot Number
Twenty (20) in the said
Subdivision and running
thereon One hundred (100)
feet and on the WEST by
Dunmore Avenue and
running thereon One
hundred (100) feet which
said land was originally
conveyed by Elsie Mae Key
to Hannah Robertson
Erskine by a Conveyance
dated the 4th November
1953 and recorded in the
Registry of Records in
Volume 79 at pages 314 to
317.
The sale is subject to a
reserve price and the right for
the Auctioneer or any person
on his behalf to bid up to that
price. Terms 10% of the
purchase price at the time of
sale and balance on
completion.
Dated this 6th day of August
A.D. 1974.
HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer.
C16366
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his premises on the Western
side of Albury Lane, five doors
from Shirley Street in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence on Friday.
the 23rd of August A.D. 1974
at 12.00 o'clock noon the
following property:-


ALL THAT piece parcel
or lot of land situate in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence being
Lot Number Three hundred
and Sixty (360) of Pyfrom
Subdivision Phase II
bounded NORTHEAST-
WARDLY by Lot Number
Three hundred and
Fifty-nine (359) of the said
Subdivision and running
thereon Ninety-nine and
Thirty-nine hundredths
(99.39) of the said
Subdivision and running
thereon Fifty-four and
Sixty-two hundredths
(54.62) feet SOUTHWEST-
WARDLY by Lot Number
Three hundred and
Sixty-one (361) of the said
subdivision and running
thereon One hundred and
Five and Eiqhty-one
hundredths (105.81) feet
and NOTHWESTWARDLY
by Jerome Avenue and
running thereon Fifty-five
which said piece parcel or
lot of land has such position
boundaries shape marks and
dimensions as are shown on
the diagram or plan attached
to an Indenture dated the
6th day of March 1968 and
made between Pyfrom
Estates Limited of the one
part and Cympetra Limited
of the other part and
recorded in the Reqistry of
Records in the City of
Nassau in Volume 1256 at
pages 581 to 590 and is
delineated on that part
which is coloured Pink on
the said diagram or plan.
The property is being sold
under the power of sale
contained in an Indenture of
Mortgage dated the 31st day of
March 1971 and now of record
in the said Registry of Records
in Volume 1777 at pages 489
to 500, between Cympetra
Limited of the one part and
Imperial Life Assurance
Company of Canada of the
other part.
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price. Terms 10% of the
purchase price at the time of
sale and balance on
completion.
Dated this 6th day of August
A.D. 1974.
HARRY D. MALONE
PUblic Auctioneer


C16365
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his premises on the Western
side of Albury Lane, five doors
from Shirley Street in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence on Friday
the 23rd day of August A.D.
1974 at 12.00 o'clock noon
the following property:.
ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land being Lot
Number Two hundred and
Thirty-three (233) on the
plan of lots in the
Subdivision called and
known as "Ridgeland
Valley" situate in the
Southern District of the
Island of New Providence
which said plan is filed in
the Registered Office of
Englerston Limited and
which said piece parcel or
lot of land is bounded
NORTHWARDLY by a
Road Reservation Forty
(40) feet wide and running
thereon Fifty (50) feet
NORTHEASTWARDLY by
a Road Reservation and
running thereon
Twenty-eight and
Twenty-eight hundredths
(28.28) feet EASTWARDLY
by a Road Reservation
Forty (40) feet wide and
running thereon Forty (40)
feet SOUTHWARDLY by
Lot Number Two hundred
and Thirty-four (234) of the
said plan and running
thereon Seventy (70) feet
and WESTWARDLY by the
Lot Number Two hundred
and Forty-four (244) of the
said plan and running
thereon Sixty (60) feet
which said Lot is the subject
of a Mortgage from Samuel
James Baillou to the
Imperial Life Assurance
Company of Canada
recorded in volume 1310 at
Pages 409 to 421 in the
Registry of Records in the
City of Nassau.
THe property is being sold
under the power of sale
contained in the said Indenture
of Mortgage.
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price. Terms 10% of the
purchase price at the time of
sale and balance on
completion.
Dated this 6th day of August
A.D. 1974.
HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer

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.


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

LOST
I .-

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.


SCHOOLS

C16114
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 and
8:30 a.m. or after 6 p.m. or
3-5034 anytime.
C 16413
SAVE on clothing for yourself
and your family. LEARN TO
SEW with and without
patterns.
Competent Instructors!
Simplified lessons
Enroll NOW for next term.
Registration daily, Mon.
Sat., 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
D'ELEGANT SCHOOL OF
FASHION AND
DRESSMAKING.
Corner East Shirley and Fowler
Streets. Telephone 53223.

C16360
WEE WISDOM
Collins Avenue
Nassau's finest Prep
3 year old Nursery 4 and 5
year old Kindergarten
* Low Tuition
* Supervised Play
* Quality Teaching Programme
* Phonics
* Reading
Office Hours
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
or call
32641 or 21586


Rev. Verdant George Peet
It's three years now since you
left us dad,
But your '!iermoi y lingers still
We love you more will each
passing year,
And hope to mpet you aqain

rIHE FAMIt V


C16436


T- 'I 1 i ":.


In sad and loving inemory of
my dear husband JOSEPHI
JETHRO KNOWL-F.S who
departed this life August 15th
1970.

Safe in the arms of Jesus
Safe on His gentle ibeai
There hy lIs I
o e rsha. o ,. i r
Sweelly !,,' *,n t i0 i


Gone hut not forgotten.
.l tf t : I I io l,' n W ifr- '


sister' stepinollhfri ,d: a i o
relatives and friends+.


ALARMS/SECURi T


I i

-I .1


BOOKSTORE
ihe (e hr l.n ll ....-,
SiIp Il S ,h8744

BUSINESS FORMS
I scsii,
Priritrs I'll 2 426f7/' 401

KITCHEN CABINETS

I uriillrr- I'll I 1 20

CAMERAS
Jolin Hull I'li 2 42;2/3

DOWNTOWN PARKING
rlllrist i i,- 'I
I'hi, 2-4727(l.,I ) 7 '7387(nite)

ENTERTAINMENT
Aodio VI I.Il & i| ,I+
I ilm & I l,. Serv,'r I'e l. 2 2157

FLORISTS
Isla d I horst P I'o 2 2702/5-5419

GARDEN & PET SUPPLIES
Meodritii.i (id.jrnt- & Pet'r
Madeira Slih ppin l'lv. I'h. 2-2868
Nassau (.irdtJ & I'l1
Mimflr'os \,-rit" I'll 2-4259
HURRICANE AWNINGS
John S. (,eorge I'h, 2 8421/6


^dhL For Business And Services L


I J 2042


Al 1,.NNAS
Island IV l'I 2 -261

AUTOMOTI VE
Ica, l1.iti'h 2 2i434
Ihsv Sirvvial I'h. 2 2434


C16438
IN loving memory of my wife
ENID RUTH ALGREEN who
departed this life August 15th
1973.
Sometimes while sitting late at
night
When lights are out and the
fires burn low
Our wishful eyes yet still can
see
Your face as it looked long
ago
And then we open memory's
book,
And search the by-gone past.
To live again those treasures
stored
Within our hearts while life
shall last.

Gone but not forgotten
Clayton Algreen and Family


HELP WANTED

C16126
WANTED IMMEDIATELY
Experienced Offset Pressman,
40 hours per week, good
working conditions. APPLY
BAHAMAS PRINTING, Oakes
Field.
C16401
SOME one to live on 41/ acres
of land rent free, good farming
land arrangements could be
made for farming about a mile
above Fort Montagu back of
Graham Acres road lead to it.
Phone 5-4811.

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.
C 16361
ELECTRICAL STORE ROOM
CLERK. Must be able to drive.
Only experienced persons need
ipply. Telephone 3-6644 or
vsrite: Willianm's Electric Ltd.,
P. O. Box N1151, Nassau.


LAUNDRY &DRY CLEANING
New Oriental Laundry I'h. 2-4403

MENS WEAR
I s.isoinetl Ltd. Ph. 2-2376/7

OPTClSr d.ANS
Optiucil Services Lid. PIh. 2-3910/1


C16435
BAHAMIAN experienced in
box spring moulding and
finishing. Willing to work 50
hours per week. Please apply
by telephone, Imperial
Mattress Co. 5-9727 or P.O.
Box 6273 E.S., Nassau.

C16434
VEHICLE SERVICE WRITER
(MALE) ABC MOTORS LTD.
Must have these qualities:
Tl-oiough knowledge of all
phases of automotive repair
and maintenance; sober;
ambitious; pleasing personality;
legible handwriting. Paid
holidays, uniforms and many
other fringe benefits. Call Mr.
Williams at 2-1031.

C 16380
AIR CONDITIONING
Mechanic experienced in
servicing and maintenance of
all types and sizes of
equipment. Must have own
hand tools, valid driver's
licence. Ability to diagnose and
repair without supervision and
the desire to advance and
improve skills. Salary and
benefits according to ability
and open for negotiation.
Bahamians only need apply.
Call Hill York Limited. 24074
for interview appointment.

C16416
JOB TITLE

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. 0. Box N8332
Nassau, Bahamas

C 16406
D'E SI G N E R 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.

C16421
MAID AND COOK for
working couple and
pre-teenager. Prefer person
who lives near Eastern Road.
Six days per week. Must be
clear, reliable and energetic.
Age 30-45. Salary depends on
ability. Call 42524 after 6 p.m.

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. O. Box N8194.


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
backgr:;dnd, and supporting
references to Cat Cay
Associates, c/o P. 0. Box
N.1372, Nassau, Bahamas.

C16411
LIVE-IN maid to care for blind
lady. $15 per week. Write to:
Adv. C16411, c/o The Tribune,
P. 0. Box N3207, Nassau.
C16433
LIVE in handyman-Gardener.
$50 weekly. Phone 22188 or 9.
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. 0. Box N8194.


TRADE SERVICES16444
C16444


RALPH BROWN
34263 59368
BAHAMAS UPHOLSTERY
Adderley's Addition.
Rebuilding, Repairing,
Refinishing.
17 years experience.
FREE ESTIMATES

C16333
LANDSCAPING and for all
your gardening needs -
mowing, trimming, hedging,
tree felling and clearing. Call
5-7810, LAWNS AND
HEDGES.
C16134
BACKHOE FOR HIRE
Need a septic tank or trenching
done?
Call
CARL G. TRECO
CONTRACTORS LTD.,
2-4996 or 5-8725

C16133
FOR YOUR BUILDING
NEEDS AND CRANE HIRE ...
see:-
ISLAN D BUILDERS
LIMITED
P. 0. Box 6285 ES
Phone 3-1671 3-1672
C16127
MASTER TECHNICIANS LTD
Mackey Street
YOUR WHIRLPOOL
DISTRIBUTORS OFFER:-
Refrigerators, Washers, Dryers,
Compactors, Freezers, Ice
Makers, Air Conditioners and
Garbage Disposers. With full
warranty on every home
appliance we sell.
Service done by factory trained
mechanics. Telephone 23713,
59322.


C16443

OFFICE NmIW rqlmired


for


Tke Tribm -Freefort.




Applicant must have business experience,
including basic typing. References required.
Apply in first instance to Mrs. Malone, The
Tribune, Freeport. Telephone 3526608.
Bahamian status required.


PRINTING
WV'o n I'n Priiing 'h. 5-4S06
I cl.liv.'. .. . .
I'rilmcr. 'Ph. 2-4267/S-401 I

RUBBER STAMPS
Wnl's Rubbehr Stamis '11. S-4S0G
I I I rnlauiL I'hs. 2-1986

SPORTS GOODS
ihaii pi.il Spjort l l.iild P. 2-1862

TRAVEL
I' viy ours I'h. 2-2931/7
H. II. (,- & 'C7">. .l'lh. 2-8681/7

TRUCKING
Jolinson
trucking & Landscape Ph. 5-9574
Conch salad Trucking
liHx 5654 I'h. 2-4726/3-1562 ..

TV REPAIRS
channel I electronic Lld.I'h. 3.547R

TYPEWRITER REPAIR


Junior Iethlel


Ph. S-1044


UPHOLSTERING
l ddi's %ipholutlvring Ph. s59713


BUSINESS PROFESSIONAL


DIRECTORY

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THE TRIBUNE-- Thursday, August 15, 1974 9


OlAND BAHAMA



CLASSIFED


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).

H=ELPNTED
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.


C15446
WANTED
(FOUR) REAL ESTATE
SALESMEN Must have at least
three to five years experience
in realty business Must be top
closer and have substantial
knowledge of all sales
techniques particularly the
'Hospitality Suite' type of
closing.
Apply to: Intercontinental
Realty Ltd. P. 0. Box F-260,
Freeport Telephone:
373-3020.
C15449
WANTED
DIRECTOR OF SALES
ADMINISTRATION Must be
able to apply all Local, State
and Federal Laws to contracts
of United States and Foreign
Citizens on purchase of
Freeport/Lucaya properties.
Must supervise banking
transactions with respect to
contracts. Must also supervise
contract processing and lot
control staff.
Apply to: Intercontinental
Realty, P. 0. Box F-260,
Freeport, Telephone 373-3020.
373-3020.
C15448
WANTED
Intercontinental Realty
requires a SALES MANAGER
with at least five years
experience in real estate with
special emphasis on land sales.
Ability to supervise training
programme and large sales
staff.
Apply to: P. 0. Box F-260,
Freeport, Telephone:
373-3020.

C15444
Live-in MAID to care for two
small children and other
household duties. Please
contact Mrs. Knowles at
Freeport 352-6497.

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.


HELP WANTED
C15439
PILOT & AIRCRAFT
MECHANIC: Company Pilot
and must also be able to repair
and maintain Company
Airplane and Jet Aircraft,
mainly starters and generators.
Must have at least 10 years
experience. Must have
commercial instrument rating
and a minimum of 5,000
hours. Police record, health
certificate and letters of
reference required.

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.
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 degree with a major I
in accounting. The position
requires a person thoroughly l
knowledgeable in development I
and maintenance of accounting
and control procedures, an
in-process standard cost system
and cost and financial
analytical program as a applied
to a large manufacturing
Apply: Personnel Department,
Bahama Cement Company, P.
0. Box F-100, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
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 Bahamlans please
apply to: Manager, Grand
Bahama Motors. Ltd., Queen's
Highway, P. 0. Box F-14,
Freeport, Grand Bahama
Island.

C15447
WANTED
REAL ESTATE EXECUTIVE
required to be in charge of
sales registration, customer
service and resales in Miami
and Freeport. Must be
experienced and know-
ledgeable in all phases of real
estate profession. Must have
held similar managerial
positions. Must be able to
travel.
Apply to: Intercontinental
Realty, P. 0. Box F-260,
Freeport, Telephone:
373-3020.


C15445
Live-in MAID to care for
children and other household
duties.
Please contact Mrs. Madlin
Pinder, West End, Grand
Bahama.


m laM. q II _II 7,-Z


.-:c ( 0KOKi .. r ,, ... I.-.. 1974. Wortdi rgb'.
"How could I enjoy my vacation knowing you were
in charge while I was away!"


I


Chess
By LEONARD BARDEN


Chess magazine (obtainable
from Chess, Button Coldlield.
WarwicKshire. at 24p for tne
latest issue) quotes an unusual
ending to ttis position from
(alvo iSpain) v. namann (Den-
inarK) in te Clare Benedict
tournament in Minorca.
Hamann (BlacK, to move)
agreed a draw. His teammate,
grandmaster Larsen, appeared
atina played 1 ... P-K6 t. amann
replied 2 K-R4. Larsen 2 . .
P-K-SiyQoi: Hamann 3 BxQ.
Larsen 3 . K-KtU: Hamann
'witn a tiourish) 4 K-Kt4
Larsen 4 . B-RI: Hamann a
K-R4.
Can you work out Larsen's
fiftn ani Hamann's sixth move ?


Chess solution
Larsen played 5 . B-B6.
Hamann's inove-" turns pink
and hastily vacates playing
hall"! Either White's king must
move. allowing K x B, or his
bishop must move allowing
P-R/. Larsen had proved that
his teammate agreed a draw in
a winning position.




I n words n
IrU M four letters
or more can
you ia uke
* If ro u I he
i letters shown
Sphere? In
in-.aknu a
word each
E S I letter m
S S be used once
only. Bace h
word must contain the large
letter, and there must be at
least one eight-letter word In
the list. No plurals; no forel n
words; no proper names T)-
UAW b lARIAkTl': 17 words
goo: ; O words., erf good : Z
words, excellent olutillon
tomorrow.
VvSTRITOAYV'S L t I tLI :
AERIFIltM allre afore fair fare
farm farmer taro fear fire firer
firm fore forewarn forni fornie
former frame franmer friar frier
frontI rore mare mire more
orfe ormer ramie rare ream
Srar rearr reform renor r
rime rimer roamn roar


Rupert and the Wooden Horse-38


Wondering why he has been tod to wait.
RupA.t sis by the tree. oBelore long .he guide
Imp turns from below g ound. "*re you
:are I" he cies. -I've been to fetch this Il
'He holds a long thin tube wh thothpie
4tone end and a round pad at the other.
"What is it ?" asks Ruperi. ata ing. It's
'for talking to things made of wood." explains


Winning

Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
THIS hand rom the Olympiad
Pairs at Las Palmas has points
of interest for players who will
be competing airs events
next month at h Evening
Stada Cr onress.
Dealer West: V.
North
KJ
J 104
0 A J 5 3 2
410 0 5
West East
7 5 Q916 4 3 2
Q 6 5 3 t0
AQJ6 8 7 3 2
South
SA 10
K 9 8 7 2
K4
West North East South
Pass Pas 3 3 NT
Pass Pass 4 Dble
Pass 4NT


South was Claude Rodrigue
and North sat Tony Priday. At
the vulnerability. iday found
game more attractive than a
penalty and n the event 4 was
cold.
Rodrigue won the spade lead
in dummy and led a heart to
East's A. The club switch put
West hs stls the dJ od a
second spade cleared East's suit.
Still pinning his hopes on the
?Q, H0drigue crossed to dummy
-wh the OQ. deceptilvely over-
taking with the OA-a4d led the
o10. When East showed out, he
could have cashed his winners
and settled for two down. In-
stead, playM for all or notlUni,
he allowed West to make his Q.
Had he continued with the A.,
declarer would have taken no
mate tricks, tor the 7 would
have been an ntry to East's
spades. C
Deceived by the OQ, however, L
West tried to put East in with
the OK and now Rodridue took
the rest!
-i


No 1,0 by TIM MrKAV
Across
j. rasty. with duck. (5. 4)
e. uerman river. (4)
9. Sound return (4)
t Ample space. (. 4)
1 4. Tardy. (4)
13. After that tine (.3)
14. Palls. (4)
(6. Material. (5)
I* (Iroup of hatb for travellers
(6)
19. (lerman boy's name. t4)
*1. From the grocery (4)
V. Caledonian. (41
23. Moe trail (anag). (9)
Down
F. For the visitor. (4. 4)
t. it blsects your arm. (3)
1 It Is Nouetimes a problem
for a growing vnoangter.
(3. 6)
4. Dangerous. (a)
3 Modern Wshools all iltudy
thi anutv4.. (9)
6. A few bits of advlee. (4. j)
SOld "Moore. (3)
I I. Size of
a honk
(6)
1.5 ihed It
pnrrldlx-
maker%
IS. Tn .hed

(3)


LU
5
2j
0


I


STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD
YOU WERE GOING EITHER ONE OF YOU 15
5HUT UP, ELAINE!... I'M TO RUN AWAY MORRI6 GOING ANYWHERE -
GOING TO BRING MR. --AND LEAVE ME TO RIGHT WOW, MI55 WYNNE!
MARBURY DOWN AND FACE PRISON AND I THINK IT'TIME
DISPROVE MELLON' ALONE / YOU TOLD
CruArc -. 1-.1 ME THE


O. .,5?.. WHAT
MR. MARBURY DIED OF BECAME OF THE
NATURAL CAUSES -A BODY, MGRATH?,

MELLON/ -TWO T
MONTH5 AGO./.








7.j.7


DLONDIE, IVE SEEN
- GOINGG SOME
SERIOUS THINKING
ABOUT'WHATU.IFE
IS ALL ABOUT

M


Saunders & Overgard


I DON'T l< Krw YO
ABOUT 'WOtU,
DEA$Z- ,-


the Imp. "We use it for trees mostly."
S'Y-you talk to trees?" Rupert is astonished.
I didn't know it cou:d be done. And do
they answer you ? Certainly I laughs the
Imp. He fixek the pad to a young tree and
winds the tube round its trunk. I'll Show
you how it works I
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


-I fob,.- '-- B
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CARROLL RIGHTER'S



1from ten C *reNO Rilhtr Istitute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: This can be an
\ / upsetting day if you allow yourself the luxury
of feeling you are being imposed upon, so control any martyr
attitudes. Don't make dramatic or sudden changes, but do
your work well.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) If an argument begins between
a partner and kin, remain neutral, or you become the goat, and
the dispute soon ends. Show kindness to kin.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Use tact with co-worker who
is trying to get out of doing work to get him or her back in
line. Drive or walk with care to avoid trouble. Have insurance
in order.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You have some monetary
matter that needs your immediate attention, so wait until the
p.m. for the pleasure you want.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Get that family
member straightened out diplomatically today and have more
harmony. Don't bring up any controversial subjects that could
start arguments.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Don't permit some worry at
home to keep you from going out and accomplishing the
important things in business that are now possible.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Forget that social affair that a
pal wants to take you to, or you could get into trouble. Get
together with a clever businessman and progress.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Don't permit anyone to keep
you from handling some important matter now. Decide on
aims. Take no chances with one who is an old hypocrite.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Study into various
situations that are puzzling and come up with the right
answers. Don't be inquisitive, and you avoid trouble.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Listen to suggestions
from an adviser and a good friend, then use your own good
judgment to choose the best ideas given. Don't let others color
your thinking.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) An associate is trying to
get you to lambast a higher-up, but don't. Handle worldly
affair satisfactorily, even though it is rather difficult. Help a
good friend.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Do your job perfectly
despite your desire to be off to new and more interesting
outlets. Once work is out of the way, then you can study new
matters.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Don't spend money foolishly;
save it for practical things. Don't permit others to take what
belongs to you. Reach better understanding with mate.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will want
to make changes constantly, but teach early to think out the
best course first and then follow through without deviating
from such. The field of merchandising is best here and the
education should be slanted along such lines, whether male or
female. Sports are a natural and should be indulged in. Give
good religious training early.
"'The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


REX MORGAN. M.D. Dal Curtis
NO ONE CAN BE THE PROBLEMS THAT WE'RE DO VOU UNDERSTAND r DON'T KNOW/
DO YOU MEAN THAT ABOUT ANY- DARUUNG---ABUT IT ULD1EU I NOT
TO MARRY MY FATHER CANFOR THAT REASON BECK? SOMETHING'S HAPPENING













JUDGAPARTME PARKER Paul Nichols
p IT DEPENDS! YES, I CAN BE THERE ABOUT MEANWHILE | LOOK, JUSTIN! MAYSE
SAM, I'D LIKE TO TALK TOHAT'STHE SIX-THIRTY, HAS IT YO ULD GETIN TOUCH WITH

PROBLEMS I'M HAVING! CAN WITH JUSTIN BECK? SOMETHING'S HAPPENING TO
YOU COIAE OUT FOR YOUR MIND AGAIN!
DINNER THIS EVENING ?













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10 THE TRIBUNE .-- Thursday, August 15, 1974


DODGERS DO IT-AT LAST


A NOW unified St. Michael's
Dodgers elevated themselves
out of the doldrums in grand
style last night. Assisted by the
two for four bat of third
baseman Roosevelt Turner that
accounted for seven runs, they
rattled Starlife Baintowners
16-9 winning their first in five
played.
"Looking at this team, man,
everyone is afraid of us ... but
yet they beat us," said second
baseman Anthony Duvalier
pondering their early setbacks.
"Tonight, all of us were
together." He assisted in the
offence collecting two hits
from three times at bat while
scoring three. He was given two
bases on balls.
Player/coach Anthony
Bostwick who knocked in
three runs with a double and a
single echoed Duvalier's
comments. "We just didn't have
it together before," he
assessed.
Last night, the Saints were
determined to end their losing
streak that placed them at the
bottom of the standings. They
ripped off losing pitcher Colin
Stanilaus for seven productive
hits. Hubert Talbot who came
in for relief in the seventh was
no effect. Besides giving up
another hit, he wild pitched
the final three runs in.
Although backed by a
nine-hit attack that included a
perfect night at the plate from
third baseman Robert Sawyer
who knocked in three and
scored two, the battling
Baintowners barely stood a
chance. They fought hard, but
St. Michael's were just too
much.
Starlife were held scoreless
on one hit over the first three
innings of the seven-innings
game. And, it might have
continued that way if winner
Mellie Johnson had another of
those fantastic nights he had
against former league leading
Roaring Tigers. He struck out
13 in that game.
"I was working with the
catcher (Bostwick). throwing


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the
on
cal
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Baintown's third baseman Robert Sawyer takes a late relay. St. Michael's Anthony Huyler slides in safe before going on to
score.

nge-ups, just trying to get from centre fielder Anthony game for St. Michael's. They M. Huyler (6) 3 2 l1
batters to knock the ball Huyler and, following a play Fort Fincastle on Sunday R. Sawver (5) 4 2 4 3
the ground," he commented scoreless second inning rallied and, as far as Johnson is E. Strachan (9) 4 0
mly following the game. "If with two down for four runs. concerned "it should be v. Delaney (4) 4 i o o
ad gone four the strike out 1 Rookie short stop Jackie another chalk win for us." V. Williams(3) 3 2 2 1
,hi not have gotten them Wright started it off with a St. Michael's C. Stanilaus () 2 o 0 o
.. . ..- ab r h rbi H. Talbot(1) 0 0 0


out."
Also employing the drop
ball fairly effectively, Johnson
noted his respect for Sawyer.
"'I know he could hit the ball."
Sawyer connected for two
doubles and two singles.
Trailing 5-0 going into the
fourth, Baintown utilized
Sawyer's first two bagger and
right fielder Doc Dorsett's
throwing error to break the
Saints' shut out bid. Given a
base on balls, lead off batter
Michael Thompson moved to
second on a wild pitch.
Sawyer's shot deep into the
outfield brought him home for
their first run. he relay to the
infield was high and wild.
Sawyer used the error to score.
St. Michael's first run came


single and then Stanilaus issued
three bases on balls the final of
which went to Turner and
scored Wright.
The Saints put the game out
of reach in the top of the fifth
with five runs. Chisholm,
Bostwick and Turner all
collected rbi's in that frame.
An in-the-park homer from
Vogal Williams along with
another of Sawyer's rbi's gave
Baintown two more. Turner
however took it back in the
following innings, slapping
Stanilaus' first pitch clear over
left field fence for a two run
homer.
From then on. it was just a
matter of time. Both sides
traded three runs each in the
seventh which clinched the


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J.Wright(6) 4 1 1 0 *********
A. Huyler (8) 3 3 0 0
A. Duvalier (4) 3 3 2 0 The Roaring Tigerettes in
R. Turner(S) 4 3 2 4
A. Bostwick (2) 4 1 2 4 dissolving a tie for fifth place
L. Smith (7) 3 1 0 0 in the Arawak League play
S. Chisholm (3) 3 2 1 2 Becks Raiders in Friday night's
D. Dorsett (9) 4 I o 0 first game, at 7 o'clock.
M. Johnson (i) 3 0 0 Customs play Heineken Stars
Bainto wn
M. Cooper (8) 3 1 1 in the second game.
D. HBowleg (7) 3 0 0 0


Sammy sweeps


to crown


Picture: RICKEY WELLS,
Men's doubles champions Sammy Gardiner (left) and
Ednol Smith on their way to a 21-17, 11-21 and 21-14
victory over Robin Nicholls and Paul Champbell last night.


TOP RATED Sammy
Gardiner switched from his
usual defensive game to a
dramatic attacking game to
beat Lawrence Debbage in
straight sets 21-15 and 21-14
capturing the coveted men's
class A table tennis crown in
, last night's final round of the
B.T.T.A. summer open.
In the men's doubles,
Gardiner teamed up with
Ednol Smith and took a 21-17,
11-21 and 21-14 victory over
Robin Nicholls and Paul
Campbell for his second crown
of the night.
In the junior division,
Nicholls used his deceptive
back-spin services and booming
smashes in defeating Keith
Debbage 21-14. 15-21 and
21-12 capturing the Edmund
Rigby trophy.
In the ladies finals, Ruth
Castle frustrated Jenny Lumb
with her low skimming chops.
L.umb's attacking game could
not click against the agile
veteran who dropped with


authority thereby winning 21-3
and 21-12.
Campbell in winning the
class B finals wore down
Edward Liu 21-19 and 22-20.
Liu played excellent table
tennis but just could not win
when it counted most.
The final match of the night
pitted the two top players in
the Association Gardiner and
Debbage.
It was speculated that this
would have been a marathon
session. However, Gardiner,
having won the service decided
to receive and immediately set
about attacking Debbage's
services with high fast-kicking
loops, then promptly killing
the resulting returns, much to
the surprise of Debbage.
Gardiner attacked well,
looping and smashing to which
Debbage could find no answer.
In moving to the top,
Gardiner disposed of his
student David Burrows 21-7
and 21-8, tronced Mike Isaacs
21-5, 21-10 and passed through
a stubborn Greg Barrett 2-1.


Saints down Sherry


A COSTLY error attributed
to losing pitcher Joyce
Thompson alone with Maude
McIntosh's rbi single scored
Pam Hami'ton and Chelsea
Smith in the bottom of the
sixth innings giving St.
Bernard's a 10-8 victory over
Melroso Sherry and third place
in the Arawak League.
Trailing 8-6 going into the
bottom of the fifth and final
innings of regular play, Melroso
on runs by Deborah Rahming
and Vernice Rolle sent the
game into extra time.
in the top ot the sixth and
with one out, Hamilton who
was the second batter of that
innings was given new life
when her strike out pitch got
past catcher Dianne
Thompson. She stole second
and moved to third as Sharon
Smith ground out.
Chelsea followed with a
routine fly ball to the infield.
Both Thompson and substitute
third sacer moved in to make
the play. They collided and the


ball dropped. Hamilton used
the error to score the lead off
run.
McIntosh drove Thompson's
full count pitch deep into
left/centre bringing home
Chelsea. It was all the Saints
needed. Melroso went down in
order in the bottom frame.
St. Bernard's took the lead
2-1 after the first but trailed
6-3 going into the fourth.
Melroso's five-run fifth inninpos
was complemented by Shane
Sweeting s two run double.
Andrea Knowles brought St.
Bernard's two behind before
they took the lead in the fifth
innings.


IMPERIAL LEAGUE (STANDINGa
W L
Casino 4 0
B.E.C. 4 2
Tigers 3 1
Taylor's 2 2
M.O.W. 2 3
Baintown 2 3
Melroso 1 2
St. Michael's i 4
Fort Fihcastle 1 4


-Bargain-


Lee


goes to


Derby
LONDON Francis Lee,
rated the biggest bargain of
the English soccer year at
110,000 pounds ($264,000)
goes straight into Derby
County's lineup for the
opening league game of the
season against Everton
Saturday.
Derby bought the
30-year-old striker from
Manchester City last night.
Lee had been with city seven
years and was the team's top
goalscorer each year.
Dave Mackay, Derby
manager, said: "Derby has
not scored enough goals in
the last few years. Lee is not
only a goal scorer, he's
brave."
Lee, who played for
England 27 times between
1969 and 1972, commented:
"It's a bit sad: I have had
seven wonderful years with
City. But obviously they
think it is time to buy new
players, and when they wan*.
you to go, you go."
Meanwhile A ..I Hartford,
the soccer star who suffered
from a hole in the heart, was
transferred from West
Bromwich Albion to
Manchester City on Tuesday
for 250,000 pounds
($600,000).
He passed a medical test
before the clubs concluded
the deal.
Three years ago West
Bromwich agreed to sell
Hartford to Leeds. But when
Leeds learn of Hartford's
heart condition, the club
withdrew its offer.
A heart specialist told
Hartford he could safely
continue playing. He has
continued with West Bromich
and also played six times for
Scotland. But West Bromwich
dropped to the English
Second Division.
Hartford's transfer was
rushed through to make him
eligible to play for
Manchester City in its
opening game of against West
Ham.
Bad news for Leeds and
Liverpool: Billy Bremner and
Kevin Keegan, the soccer
stars sent off the field in last
Saturday's English Charity
Shield game at Wembley,
were charged by the English
Football Association with
bringing the game into
disrepute.
It is a rare step for the FA
to take. Apparently the
association is making an
all-out bid to stop violence on
the field as the new English
season starts.
The FA announced that
both Bremner and Keegan are
automatically suspended for
three games from August 20
for being ordered off the
field.
Further suspensions could
follow from the charge of
bringing the game into
disrepute.
The two stars were sent off
after a fist fight on the field.
On the way to the dressing
Rooms they took off their
I jerseys and flung them to the
Ground.
Millions saw the incident
on television.
Bremner, who captained
Scotland in the World Cup in
Germany, reportedly said
I afterwards he threw away his
jersey in disgust with himself.
The FA's decision is a
heavy blow to Leeds, the
reigning Engliah champions.
I Two other stars, Norman
Hunter and Allan Clarke, are
already banned from the first
two league games of the
season.


The FA said there was a
slight reduction last season in
the number of players sent
off and cautioned.
"But every effort must
now be made to achieve a
drastic improvement," the
FA added.

Kent in final


CANTERBURY A fine
innings by Mike Denness, the
England cricket captain, helped
to steer Kent to an exciting
victory by three wickets over
Somerset in the Gillette Cup
semi-finals Wednesday.
Somerset, batting for 58 of
the allotted 60 overs, were all
out for 154. Kent reached the
target in the 53rd over, making
155 for 7 of which Denness
scored 35.
The other semi-final,
between Worcestershire and
Lancashire, never got started
because of a saturated field at
Worcester.


CHESS CHAMP


CASWELL OFF


TO CAI
BAHAMAS chess champion
Caswell Thompson leaves
Friday for Winnipeg, Canada
where he will compete in the
Pan American Individual
Championships.
This tournament is
recognized by the world chess
organization and is certainly
i one of the most important
tournaments in the Western
Hemisphere. Among the 19
participating countries are
U.S.A., Columbia, Puerto Rico,
Canada, Mexico, Brazil and
Argentina.
Bahamas Chess Federation
President Kenneth Adderley
informed the press that when
he accepted the invitation in
Nice, France during the World
Championships, he did so with
Elias Antonas in mind.
Because he had to go back
to University, Antonas
declined, opening the way for
Thompson. "This tournament
is designed for the country's
best player," Adderley said.

Volleyb4
PARADISE Bees' Oswald
Moore and Wardrobe Stars
SCaswell Thompson have been


chosen head coaches of the
Bahamas Volleyb all
Federation's men and .ladies
national squads respectively.
Both Moore and Thompson
have led their teams to
undefeated championships this
season.
In preparation for the
upcoming English-Speaking
C aribbean Countries
tournament scheduled for
Jamaica on September 5,
B.V.F. president Norman Gay
was named manager of the
team, and first vice president
Tom Grant will travel as an
official referee.


4ADA
Antonas has shown his
superiority on the local scene
by holding a six-year
undefeated record. He won the
Bahamas 1 97 2-'7 3
championship but was not
available to defend it last year.
Antonas recently won the
B.C.F. Summer Open again
with a perfect record.

The B.C.F.'s Junior
Championship is slated to
begin by mid-September and
all youngsters under the age on
18 years are asked to register
by contacting Adderley,
Warren Seymour or any other
member of the B.C.F.
During his stay in Nice,
Adderley pointed out that he
accepted that the 1977 junior
championship be held in the
Bahamas. As a result, the
Bahamas Junior champion will
be invited to participate in
several international
tournaments beginning next
year.

all squads


Ladies squad: Bees Margaret
AJbury, Wendy Jackman, Winsome
Davidson, Eula-mae Smith, Claudia
IFerguson; B.C.B. Deninez Moss,
Tangy Armbrister, Cora Hepburn,
Denise Whylly; Jets- Celestine
Wilson, Hattie Moxey, Muriel
Anderson: Birds Janet Bowe,
Yvonne Smith, Flora Mackey;
alternatives Ericka Jackman and
Jennifer Mortimer.
Men's squad: Stars Leslie
Cartwright, Joey Demeritte, David
Bullard, Leroy Fawkes, Carl Minns,
Peter Pratt; Giants Hubert
Williams, Eddie Smith, Ralph
Burrows: S.A.C.A. John
Ferguson; Tigers Kevin Rolle,
Wilfred Culmer: Police Arnold
Ferguson, (arnett Lockhart,
Brenell Cartwright; alternatives are
Bobby Turnquest and Alpheus
Forbes.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that DAVID GEORGE
FREDERICK STREATHER of 2 Creswell Road, Freeport,
Grand Bahama is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason
why registration should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 15th 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 qiven that WILLIAM ELLIS
HARCOURT JOHNSON of Spanish Wells, Bahamas is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas,.
and that any person who knows any reason why
naturalisation should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 8th 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 GEORGE WONG of P.O. Box
5369 Twynam's Avenue, 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 aranted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 8th 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 HORATIO VICTOR
GARDINER of Freeport, Grand Bahama is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 8th 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 WILLIAM SWAN of Sunlight
Village N.P. Bahamas is applying to the Msinsier responsive
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 6th day of August 1974 to rhe
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.





NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that LEON JOSEPH of High Rock
Grand Bahama is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for naturalisation as a citizen
OT ine bahamas, and that any person who knows any
reason why naturalisation should not be granted should
send a written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 8th day of August, 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Sa N.3002, Nassau.


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