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Publication Date: August 16, 1974
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Gambling strained our tourism, says Butler


SHIRLEY BUTLER


By ELLISTON RAHMING

THE INTRODUCTION of "large-scale
commercial gambling in these islands not
only shattered the competitive balance of
our hotel industry, but strained to the
breaking point our major resource," said
Mrs. Shirley Oakes Butler, guest speaker
yesterday at West Nassau Rotary Club's
weekly lucheon.
As the trained Bahamian personnel to
man the hotels were "strained to the
breaking point" it was necessary to
import foreign staff on a large scale at all
levels resulting in the "problems we have
faced ever since."
"The entire exercise," she told her
audience at the Ambassador Hotel, "was
a virtually classic example of the
destructive effect of artificially


overheating the economy.
"More important," she continued,
"there was created a new resort
environment totally alien in this sense
hostile to our culture, a scene which
was intentionally modelled after Havana's
Tropicana of ill-repute and the glittering
seductions of Las Vegas. The honky tonk
of the large commercial casino did bring a
new type of tourist to our shores.
"I often shudder," she said, "to think
of the effect of their particular
proclivities above all, the one-armed
bandit addiction on the younger and
more impressionable members of the
hotel industry labour force. Nor arr I
impressed with the attempts at so-called
Bahamianisation of the entertainment
provided. Despite the obvious plus in


government







takes over


the


Till: (OVFRNMENT
took possession of the
liBlmoral Beach Hotel
c yesterday y morning,
narrowly averting what
could have been serious
problems resulting from
tli, I i(q itdation of
lalinoral's owners, Court
Lines of Britain.
'ihe takeover was confirmed
eirly this afternoon by
financial Secretary Reginald
Woods and Mr. Douglas
Manstiekl of I.. 1D. Sassoon
lTruist. nana.iine director of
I laley on Bahamas Limited,
whio waas handling the local end
of thlie negotiations for Court
-Line',.
As Mr. Mansfield put it,
"lhe l1almoral is the least of


Balmoral


By MIKE LOTHIAN


Court's problems right now."
* Court Lines, which
controlled about a third of
Britain's foreign package
holiday bsi.L,..s, a.r.ounced
Thursday it was going into
liquidation after several
months of financial trouble.
The company owned hotels
throughout the Caribbean, in
addition to Leeward Islands
Air Transport (see LIAT story
this page).
The liquidation an-
noun cement sparked
considerable local speculation
about its affect on the sale of
the Balmoral to Government
for $3.5 million.
Legal sources said that


unless there was a formal
contract of sale already signed,
it was conceivable that Court's
receivers in London could,
under certain conditions, veto
the sale if it was deemed to be
not in the best interest of
shareholders.
However, The Tribune
learned that the Government
in fact took over the Cable
Beach property yesterday
morning under the terms of a
sale contract.
Government recently won
legislative approval to borrow
$20 million from the Bank of
Nova Scotia to buy the
Balmoral, the Emerald Beach
Hotel for $4.8 million and the


East Caribbean states buy



LIAT from Court Lines


SI V\N l'astern Caribteao
islands, faced with the
shutdown of the only airline
feeding their tourist industries,
on Wednesday did what the
Bahamas Government refused
to do when Bahamas Airways
folded in 170: they agreed to
)bu\ the airline.
1 lie pire noers ol the
Associated States of Antigua,
St. Kitts-Nevis. St. Vincent and
oI )o iinica a announced their
intention to acquire a

Storm Alma

destroys homes
B A R R A N Q U I L L A ,
Colombia Tropical storm
"Alhma" passed the Caribbean
coast of ('Colombia Friday,
destroying coastal homes and
paralyzing air and naval traffic,
tihe civil defense reported.
lhe storni carried winds that
struck the Guajira Peninsula at
speeds up 80 kilometers per
hour.
No injuries were reported.
The civil delfen sent relief
supplies to the region.
The tropical disturbance
originated near Trinidad-Toba-
go and caused serious damage
as it passed through Venezuela.
From Colombia. it was headed
toward Cuba, according to
Colombian weather men. (AP)



SPANISH
DINING -ROOM
SETS

EI I MAlUN SII llE
NASSAU. FREEPORT i


'.'ntrhili:.g :::;erest :n Leeward
Islands Air Transport (LIAT)
from Court Lines, the British
travel firm whose financial
shakiness led to the Bahamas
Government's recent purchase
of the Court-owned Balmoral
Beach Hotel on Cable Beach,
and whose liquidation sent the
London stock market into a
swift decline today.
Newly independent Grenada
and the British Colony of
Montserrat were also reported
to be involved in the deal. The
purchase price was not
announced.
LIAT, bought by Court
Lines from the Trinidad and
Tobago government in 1971, is
the sole commercial air carrier
for the Eastern Caribbean
islands, which depend heavily
on tourism.
Court Lines had announced
that LIAT. whose operations
have been sporadic for the past
year, would close at the end of
August because of outstanding
debts totalling $16.5 million
and an annual deficit of $2.25
million.
The LIAT situation was very
similar to the one that faced
local authorities in October,
1970. Bahamas Airways
owners, the British Swire
Group, warned that it could
not continue to support BAL's
annual deficit of more than $4
million, and asked Government
to become a 51 percent
shareholder in the operation.
BAL was then a major factor in
bringing tourists in from
Florida, and was the air link
between the nation's many
islands.
Government told BAL it was
interested but needed time to
consider BAL's financial
position. The airline was
burdened by liabilities at least


$13 million in excess of assets,
and the deficit, on the basis of
unaudited accounts, could have
been as high as $25 million.
The BAL owners were
unwilling to wait and the
airline shut down on Oct. 9,
dealing a serious blow to
inter-island communications
and to the country's prestige.
The gap left by BAL's collapse
was not fully bridged until the
Government-owned Baha-
masair was launched in June
last year.
Court Lines' financial
problems put the Eastern
Caribbean islands in the
predicament faced by the
Bahamas almost five years ago,
but it proved a windfall for the
Bahamas Government, which
seized the opportunity to buy
the Balmoral from Court for
3.5 million; With the help of a
$20 million loan from the
Bank of Nova Scotia,
Government also bought two
other Cable Beach hotels, and
has described the move as a
significant development in its
efforts to Bahamianise the
economy.
Court's problems spelled
trouble for the London stock
exchange as well, according to
the Associated Press.
A.P. reported that by
lunchtime today Court's
collapse had 9.3 points off the
Financial Times industrial
index, pushing the index down
to 210.4, its lowest point since
November, 1958, A slight
recovery was reported later
today.
AP said nervousness over
Court's liquidation inflation
and the Labour Government's
nationalisation moves affected
the pound sterling as well. Its
value has dropped by 3.5 cents
this week.


Sonesta renamem
Government the Am
Beach Hotel for $10


$8 MILLI

TO BAIL

COURT L

LONDON Brit
firms launch
multi-million dollar o
Friday to bring hoe
50,000 vacationers
by the collapse of on
country's biggest
operators.
The Court Line
controlled about one
Britain's foreign
holiday business, an
Thursday it was go
liquidation after
months of financial
The rescue opera
be financed by an $8
fund set up
Association of Britis
Agents for su
emergency.
The vacation
scattered across 75
22 countries, mo
Greece, Spain, It
Germany.
Industry sources sa
9,000 Britons sche
fly home this week
get top priority
operation.
The financial co
Court Line Ltd.,
biggest package tour
and a huge aviat
shipbuilding cong
sent the London
market plunging to
low Friday.
Court Line at
Thursday it was gi
liquidation.
Reports that
insurance companies
large merchant bi
were in financial
added to the stock
drop. The Financi
index of industrials
10.3 points to reac
the lowest level sin


employment for Bahamians, the shows
themselves are in my view degrading in
character and inaccurate in historical
representation."
"It may be a vain hope that the
economic resurgence of this magnificent
western stretch of Bahamaland (the Cable
Beach area) could be accomplished by
some means other than by casinos with
slot machines and tinsel shows," she said.
Mrs. Butler was referring to
Government's announcement, on the
purchase of three Cable Beach Hotels, of
plans to build a complete resort around
the hotels. This would include a gambling
casino, the third in the Bahamas.
"It is beyond the scope of my talk to
conjecture as to the alternatives (to
casinos), but perhaps we might visualize
an international conference centre on this
site complete with the most up
to date communications
facilities the equipment for
simultaneous translations, for
instance," she suggested.
Mrs. Butler, whose interest in
Butlers Bank and General
Bahamian Companies launched
the Sonesta Beach Hotel (now
the Ambassador), said that it
was "a source of great pride
and satisfaction to me after all
the blood, sweat and tears that
went into the building of this
particular hotel" that "it is
now owned by Bahamians in
the largest context."
The Sonesta was one of the
big three hotels purchased by
Government. Government
changed its name to the
Ambassador.
"I would hope that we
would all be proud to have a
portion of our tax dollar used
to continue the traditional
qualities of Bahamian
hospitality and to create a
led by worthwhile and uplifting civic
ibassador) and business centre around this
.6 million. resort," she said.
According to Mrs. Butler, an
almost instantaneous
SON interchange of ideas and
methods is available to the
-OUT Bahamas through present day
technology which is limited
only by cost. She said that
JINE almost all "our expertise"
derived from British and
ish travel especially English sources in
ied a the past.
operation "Today I suggest there has
me up to been a distinct expansion in
stranded the major elements of our
ne of the technical and professional
t tour imput an expansion which is
not necessarily only North
which American," she said.
e-third of Mrs. Butler, the daughter of
package the late Sir lHarry Oakes, said
announced the Bahamas was "a highly
Ding into sophisticated centre of finance
several and corporate management
trouble. "Our civil litigation is already
ition will international in scope," she
,400,000 said. Mrs. Butler is a qualified
by the New York lawyer.
sh Travel "Outside influences have in
ich an the past not been an unmixed
blessing," she continued "to
rs are some extent, as the Western
resorts in Europeans complained in the
costly in post-war era, we have been
aly and Coca-Colaiased which can be
far more deadly than being
aid about colonised. This I believe, is
duled to more destructive culturally
kend will than economically."
in the CALYPSO ON BAHAMAS
COMPETITION
llapse of
Britain's SCHOOLCHILDREN in
operator Britain are being invited by the
ion and London newspaper, The
lomerate Observer, to write a calypso on
n stock the Bahamas.
a 16-year It is the first of the
newspaper's competitions for
announced children who are on their
ino into summer holidays from school.
The prize for the winning
several writer will be a flight to Nassau
es and a in a British Airways Boeing
iank also 707 jet and a stay at the
trouble Halcyon Balmoral Hotel.
Market The calypso, which can have
al Times as many verses as the writer
s fell by cares to compose, should
h 209.4 outline "in a light-hearted
ce 1958 fashion" the history of the
Bahamas.


Hanging dispute:


DOES QUEEN


HAVE RESIDUAL


POWERS HERE?

By MIKE LOTHIAN


-VISITOR.

DROWNS

IN HOTEL

POOL
JAMES MURRAY a
42-year-old visitor from the
Bronx, New York, drowned
in the pool of Holiday Inn
Hotel, Paradise Island on
Thursday morning.
Murray, who was a guest at
Holiday Inn, was reported
missing by his roommate,
Samuel Ray, also of New
York.
Ray then notified hotel
officials who joined him in a
search of the beach in the
vicinity of the hotel where
Murray had gone swimming
the evening before.
Murray's body was
discovered early yesterday
morning by Ray.
Originally from West
Chester, Pennsylvania,
Murray was employed as a
mail clerk for the American
Cyamid, New York City.
He is survived by his
mother, Mrs. Grace Sturgis of
West Chester. His body will
be returned to his hometown
for burial tomorrow.

Jamaican

minister

innear

death miss
The Jamaican minister of
national security and justice
has been Wpaced under
special security for the rest of
his vacation stay in Miami
after the failure of an
apparent assassination
attempt, federal officials say.
Police say the minister Eli
Matalon, escaped injury
Thursday when a live hand
grenade placed in his rental
car failed to explode because
it was wrapped too tightly in
newspapers.
The grenade was put in the
car when Matalon who
controls the Jamaican army,
police and judiciary and
prison systems was making
a social call at the Miami
regional office of the Drug
Enforcement Administration,
an agency spokesman said.
When Matalon discovered
the newspaper package on the
floor of the driver's side of
the car, he picked it up,
immediately became
suspicious because of its
weight, carefully put it back
down and notified officials.
the spokesman said.
The grenade, said by a
technician to be live and set
to explode, was removed
from the car by the
bomb-squad from the Dade
County sheriff's office.
Officials said it was foreign
made, possibly Russian.
Authorities refused to
specualte on whether the
effort on Matalon's life had
any connection with his
enforcement activities. They
did say his life has been
threatened several times in
Jamaica.
Since the Jamaican
Parliament passed rigid
gun-c control and
drug-trafficking laws in
March, Matalon has
supervised an intensive attack
on those crimes.
Scores of individuals have
been arrested and imprisoned
and boats and planes and
huge quantities of marijuana
have been seized, the officials
said.
Matalon, his wife and a son
are on a two-week vacation in
this country and had been in
the Miami area for about a
week, officials said. He could
not be reached for comment.
(AP)


"THFRI' is no residue of
power in lHer Majesty the
Queen as Queen of the
Commonwealth of the
Bahamas to giani clemency,
pardon or reprieve."
That was the legal basis of
Governor General Sir Milo
Butler's refusal last week to
forward to the Queen a
clemency petition from
murderers Wendell Burrows
and Philip Humes.
It is now the basis of the
Governor General's bid to have
the Supreme Court over-rule an
order by Mr. Justice Maxwell
Thompson delaying the
execution of death warrants
issued against Humes and
Burrows by the Governor
General. The convicts were to
have been hanged Tuesday
morning.
Mr. Thompson's order
additionally granted leave for
the convicts to apply for an
order of Mandamus that the
Governor General had no
authority to refuse to forward
last week's clemency petition
to the Queen and that he ought
to do so.
The Governor General,
represented by Soliciter
General Langton Hilton,
yesterday filed an action to
have the Supreme Court set
aside Mr. Thompson's Monday
order.
The action is supported by
an affidavit filed by Mr. Hilton
listing the eight general points
of law the Governor General is
relying on:
I'That the order of
Mandamus does not lie to
(affect) the Crown or its
servants.
"That the exercise of the
Royal Prerogative of Mercy in
the Bahamas is circumscribed
by and subject to Articles 90
to 92 of the Constitution
(which delegate the Queen's
authority to the Governor
General who exercises it on the
advice of the local Advisory
Committee headed by the
Home Affairs Minister).
"That his Excellency the
Governor General is Her
Majesty's representative in the
Bahamas and a Crown servant.
"That His Excellency the
Governor General acted in
accordance with the advice of
the designated Minister as
required by paragraph two of
Article 00 of the Constitution
in deciding that the case of the
defendants Wendell Leroy
Burrows and Philip Hlumes was
not a proper one in which to
exercise the Prerogative of
Mercy.
"That there is no residual
power in Her Majesty which
may now be exercised on
behalf of the respondents
Wendell Leroy Burrows and
Philip IHumes.
"'That the practice which
obtained in countries with the
same independent status as the
Bahamas is that the powers of
pardon are exercised by the
Governor General and, in fact,
where petitions are received by
the Queen they are
immediately returned to the
Governor G;eneral to be dealt
with locally.
"That an order of
Mandamus does not lie to
compel the G;overnor General
to forward a petition to the
Queen as required by the
respondents, as there is no legal
duty imposed upon the


ENGLERSTON MAN GETS SIX YEARS FOR OPERATION
GEORGE Thurston, 37, of money on him as he was a STORK
Englerston was today U heavy gambler he said. The Royal Air Force Friday
sentenced to six years in JL JLjLH While at the bar. he heard prepared bottles and diapers
prison by Chief Justice Sii that he was to be robbed and for Operation Stork three
Leonard J. Knowles after a "tussle" with Wright on March witnesses to testify including when somebody held on to his special planes to airlift 340
Supreme Court jury in the 22 outside a bar on Sixth Miss Farleen Strachan, the back pocket as he was going babies and pregnant women off
Solomon "Friday" Wright Street, Coconut Grove. former girl-friend of the out of the door, he began to the war-torn island of Cyprus.
murder trial found him guilty H e.. id he had a. d in. in hi. convicted man. Strachan. in tusslee" with the person (* See Stories P m..T w


of manslaughter.
Thurston, represented by
attorney Cecil Wallace
Whitfield, was originally
charged with murder. However
jurors deliberating in the case
returned an 8 to 4 guilty
verdict on the reduced charge
of manslaughter.
Thurston yesterday told
jurors that he was involved in a


hand with a black glove during
the quarrel but, he denied ever
hearing the gun go off.
Thurston took the witness
stand to deny allegations that
he shot Wright, 28, of Pinedale
after slapping him outside the
bar.
The prosecution, conducted
by Crown Counsel Janet
Bo st wick called eipht


her evidence described the
incident as an "accident."
Thurston's evidence
followed a "no case to answer"
plea by Mr. Wallace Whitfield,
which was over-ruled by the
Chief Justice.
iHe told the court that he
thought Wright was attempting
to rob him at the time of the
incident. He had a lot of


He was holding his black
glove and gun in his hand
during the incident but never
h'..rd it go off. Thurston
testified.
When the man fell to the
ground, he said he became
frightened and left the scene.
He carried the gun with him
whenever he went out he
test ified.


II


Governor General to forward
such a petition as so requried.
"That the order granted by
Mr. Justice Maxwell J.
Thompson dated August 12,
1974 should be set aside."
The summons, which was
filed with the affidavit, added
the argument that "there were
not sufficient grounds" for the
making of Monday's order.
In support of Humes and
Burrows' application for the
Mandamus instructing the
Governor General to forward
the petition, defence attorney
David C. Bethell declared in an
affidavit:
"That the applicants have a
Constitutional right of access
to tier Majesty by way of
petition.
'That a petition ... ought
properly to be forwarded to
Her Majesty through the
offices of His Excellency the
Governor General.
"'That the Royal Prerogative
of granting a pardon, reprieve
or clemency has not been
destroyed by expressed or
implied provision of the
Constitution.
That Constitutional
provisions "do not constitute
an absolute delegation of Her
Majesty's power to exercise the
Prerogative (and) Her Majesty
has a residue of power in this
behalf."
That the Governor General's
refusal to forward Humes and
Burrows' petition "constitutes
an infringement of the
applicants' right of access to
Her Majesty."
At the heart of the case are
the provisions of the
Constitution.
Article 90 declared that "the
Governor General may, in lier
Majesty's name and on lier
Majesty's behalf"grant a
pardon, reduce a sentence or
delay execution of a sentence.
Paragraph two of the Article
stipulates that those powers of
the Governor General "shall be
exercised in accordance with
the advice of" a Minister
appointed for that purpose. in
this case the Ilome Affairs
Minister.
Article 91 establishes the
Advisory Committee on the
Prerogative of Mercy, made up
of the designated Minister, the
Attorney General and between
three and five other members
appointed by the Governor
General.
Article 92 makes it clear
that the designated Minister, in
tendering his advice to the
Governor General on any case.,
"Shall not be obliged in any
case to act in accordance with
the advice of the Advisory
C('omm ittee."
A hearing of Humes and
Burrows application for a
ruling on the issue was
originally scheduled before Mr.
Thompson at 9:30 a.m. Aug.
26. Subsequently, however, it
was learned that Chief Justice
Sir Leonard Knowles and Mr.
Justice Samuel Graham would
join Mr. Thompson on the
bench for the hearing, and that
the three judges were trying to
rearrange their schedules to
move the hearing up to
Monday morning.
Hearing of the Governor
General's application to set
aside the original order has
been scheduled for 10 a.m.
September 3, but it is likely
that both cases will be argued
in the same hearing.




- -


Penalty

enough

for Nixon
HONOLULU Former
Atty. Gen. Elliot L.
Richardson says there are
compelling grounds for
prosecuting former President
Richard M. Nixon for
conspiracy to obstruct justice.
But Richarson says he
prefers that Nixon "be allowed
to recede into a position of
quiet and obscurity."
Richardson, here to address
the annual meeting of
the American Bar Association
Friday, told newsmen, "I
think the grounds that the
President was a participant in a
conspiracy to obstruct justice
are quite compelling."
But he added, "resignation
as President represents in itself
an extraordinary type of
penalty and the problem
essentially is one of fairness, of
propriety in dealing with this
kind of situation."
Meanwhile, George Beall,
the U.S. attorney for Maryland
who prosecuted former Vice
President Spiro T. Agnew, said
he believes there would be no
real purpose served by putting
Nixon on trial so long as he is
prohibited from ever practising
law again.
Agnew was disbarred by a
Maryland court. (AP)


COME AND ROCK

THE BOAT AT

KENTUCKY SPRINGS

HOTEL
DINING AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE
Located on Fowler St. South. 27
modern air-conditioned rooms with
private baths. Special room rates
$8:50, $12:50, $14.50 per day.
Specializing in a variety of native
dishes ..... come and dine
lunch, dinner, or have a drink in
our modern cocktail lounge.


FAMAGUSTA, CYPRUS
The Greek half of Famagusta is
an open city.
We had the choice Thursday
night of sleeping in any of 40
empty luxury hotels along the
sparkling Famagusta beaches.
With two British reporters -
Will Jones of The Sunday
Times and Colin Smith of The
Observer I decided to bed
down in the Markos, a
multi-storied hotel that in
addition to a well-stocked bar
provides a clear view of the
citv.
The beds are neatly made
There are towels and soap in
the bathroom. But there isn't
another soul in the hotel.


(Turkish tanks pushed into the Turkish quarter of
Famagusta at dusk Thursday. AP special
correspondent Peter Arnett was in the abandoned
Greek side of the port city, waiting for the Turks'
next move. Here. is his account of a night in a Cyprus
ghost town.)


The staff has fled, leaving the
front door open.
The Greek police have fled
this most important port in
Cyprus and the Greek-Cypriot
soldier-defenders also seem to
have disappeared completely.
Twenty truckloads passed
me at dusk, heading out of
town.
The reason for their
departure was clear. A Turkish


tank armada rolled across the
wide Masaoria plain Thursday
and at dusk pushed through
the north gate of the old city,
where 11,000 Turkish
Cypriots have been under siege
for a month.
While the Turkish Cypriots
were probably celebrating their
liberation Thursday night, the
Greek Cypriots on the other
side of town fled this divided


Turks grab more land


then agree
By The Associated Press
TURKISH FORCES took the key western
town of Lefka Friday, completing their drive to
slice off the northern third of Cyprus for a
proposed autonomous Turkish state, the
Turkish Cypriot radio reported.
The announcement came as a 6 p.m. 11I
a.m. est cease-fire ordered by Turkish
Premier Bulent Ecevit was to go into effect. But
there was no immediate word the truce was
being observed.
Turkish forces had already captured
Famagusta, 35 miles east of the capital of
Nicosia, and had been driving on Lefka, 30
miles west of the capital.
The government of Cyprus President Glafcos
Clerides, which abandoned the battered capital
of Nicosia as Turkish planes and mortars
pounded the outskirts, announced that Greek
Cypriot forces would quit fighting at
1800-1600 gmt Friday.
From Ankara, Turkey declared that its forces


EDD BURROWS
PROP/MGR.


HOURS FROM 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m.
PHONE 28302 or 36458


ceasefire


would halt their offensive at the same deadline.
For five or six minutes after the cease-fire
deadline sporadic firing continued in the capital
But as of 1620gmt, the fighting appeared to
have ended at least temporarily. Heavy artillery
and 'mortar fire was heard a few minutes after
the cease-fire apparently from Turkish guns at
Greek positions.
The sky was clear of Turkish planes but
fighting continued around the international
airport until the last minutes before the
deadline.
The Turkish army with more than 30,000
men and 300 tanks fighting against ragged
Greek Cypriot forces armed with World War
Two weapons, carved out a line 65 miles long
across the northern half of Cyprus.
The successful assault lasted 60 hours since it
started at dawn Wednesday and left the Turkish
army holding a belt from Famagusta on the east
coast to Myrthou on the west.
The flight of the Cyprus government from
Nicosia was joined an hour later by the British


'ULTIMATUM

BY TURKS'
NICOSIA, CYPRUS
Cyprus President Glafcos
Clerides told his compatriots
Thursday night that Cyprus
was "living through moments
of national tragedy."
In an nationwide broadcast a
few hours after he returned
from the aboritve Cyprus peace
talks at Geneva, Clerides said
he went there in "goodwill and
determination to seek a just
settlement of the Cyprus
problem."
But unfortunately, he said
the Turkish side did not go t.
Geneva to negotiate, but "in
order to present us with an
ultimatum."
"As Greeks we are not
accustomed to accepting
ultimatums ... the Turkish
demands were of such a nature
it was impossible to accept
them."
He added, however, that "I
shall not hesitate to take any
decision dictated by the
national interest."
He gave no indication of
what his course of action
would be in the wake of the
latest Turkish army thrust
which practically cut the island
in two.
His broadcast came shortly
after he conferred with more
than a hundred Greek Cypriot
leaders representing political
parties, trade unions,
employers, professionals and
religious leaders.
During their three-hour
meeting, Clerides heard the
views of these representatives
on what should be done to face
the current crisis posed by the
occupation of a large part of
Cyprus by the Turkish army.


high commissioner on the
island, Stephen Oliver, and
his staff.
A convoy of 10 cars and
Land Rovers, each one bright
with Union Jacks fore and aft,
sped through the deserted
streets of the capital. The
backs of the vehicles were piled
high with files.
Oliver drove his own car, a
silver gray sedan, and was at
the tail end of the convoy. He
waved to a newsman who
chased after the convoy as it
headed down the road to
Limassol, 50 miles to the
south.
In Athens, Pt emier
Constantine Caramanlis said in
a broadcast speech that an
"armed confrontation" by
Greece was "impossible due to
distance as well as the known
accomplished fact an
apparent reference to the
strong Turkish position on
Cyprus. Greece is 300 miles
from Cyprus, which lies only
45 miles off Turkey.
Turkey wants to resume
Cyprus peace talks in Geneva
Monday but Britain doubts
they can reconvene that soon,
the Foreign Office said Friday.
"We are ready to enter into
negotiations again as soon as
there are prospects that the
negotiations can be
successful," a Foreign Office
spokesman said.
lie added that Britain would
wait to see where and when the
Turkish forces stop their
military advance before
assessing the prospects for
resumed talks.
Turkey has said it would
cease firing by sunset Friday.


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city in fear.
The coolest heads in the
Greek part of Famagusta were
the United Nations soldiers and
policemen who counted the
Turkish tanks rolling into the
old city just before nightfall.
Swedish U.N. police
manning a police post in the
southern part of Famagusta
were under orders to evacuate
if serious trouble began. But
they decided to stay overnight,
and willingly provided the
three reporters in the
abandoned city with bread,
cheese and a handful of grapes.
A few Greek Cypriot
civilians still wandered the
streets, saying they did not
want to abandon their
houses. But they said they
feared that the Turkish
Cypriots who have been
enclosed in the walls of the
old city for years will burst
out into the Greek part of
town Friday in an orgy of
looting.
Whatever happens Friday,
Famagusta Thursday night
was a silent, dead city with
no lights burning other than
the glow of a red fire inside
the old city, set alight earlier
in the day's fighting.
The telephones. are
miraculously intact,
maintaining a link with the
outside world for anyone
who wishes to dial a number.
This account was dictated
from a high school opposite
the Markos Ilotel, in the
darkness, because the hotel
switchboard was too intricate
for the reporters to operate.




BRITISH troops said they
killed a provisional Irish
Republican Army chief and
captured two others
Wednesday night in Belfast.
The dead man was identified
as Paul Maogbrian, and the
two captured as Fred
Scappaticci and Andy
Stephenson.
ETHIOPIAN armed forces
staged a sudden show of
strength Friday in Addis
Ababa. Tanks appeared in the
streets and half a dozen
supersonic F-5 jets screamed
over the rooftops.
The planes started a
panic. Motorists fled their
cars and pedestrains rushed
for cover. For weeks now the
armed forces gradually have
been taking control of
Ethiopia, slowly but*
systematically reducing the
powers of the 82-year-old
emperor Haile Selassie.
PRESIDENT Ford named
his former college roommate
and law partner Philip A.
Buchen as White House
counsel Thursday. And a
presidential spokesman said
the last of Richard M.
Nixon's Watergate lawyers
would be departing soon.
Press secretary Jerald F.
terHorst said Ford wanted
Buchen, 58. to immediately
take charge of "all White
House legal matters."
CONVICTED Watergate
burglars Bernard Barker,
Eugenio Martinez and Virgilio
Gonzales, along with a
Florida builder, plan a new
housing project in central
Florida.
The seven million-dollar
development will be called
"Watergate Hills."

SIX patients died and 10
persons were injured Friday
when a fire destroyed
Moore's Rest Home east of
Brookhaven, Mississippi.
Authorities said nurse's
aide Christine Carnley left the
building with the first
patients to escape, then
returned several times to help
others flee.
Reports oron A '


PRESIDENT PARK
Survives assassination


GUNMAN
ACTED
ALONE?
SEOUL, SGCTI-- KOREA
The gunman who tried to
shoot President Chung Hee
Park and killed his wife
instead was acting alone,
officials reported after the
first questioning of the
assassin. The office of chief
prosecutor Kim ll-Too said,
however, it is investigating
the possibility that Moon
Se-Kwang, 23, a Korean who
lives in Osaka, Japan, had
accomplices. A spokesman
said Moon's background
suggests that he has had
contacts with leftist
movements. The investigation
centered on other Korean
residents of Japan and
Japanese who came to Seoul
for Thursday's Independence
Day observances. The
government ordered that
persons in those categories
remain in Korea during the
investigation, except for
persons carrying official
passports or other firm
identification papers.
except for the reference to
leftist contacts, the
government gave no
indication of why Moon
wanted to kill the President.
The prosecutor said Moon
stole the .38 calibre revolver
he used from the police in
Osaka. They said the pistol
was one of two taken from
their armory on July 18 along
with ammunition belts and
handcuffs.
The prosecutor said Moon
smuggled the pistol into
Korea inside a radio. He
carried a Japanese passport
issued in the name of Yukio
Yoshii. an Osaka Japanese.
The Osaka police said Mrs.
Yoshii was being questioned
and admitted givine Moon her
husband's .birth certificate,
which enabled him to obtain
the passport. (AP)

Bush may be

Ford's VP
WASIIN(GTON President
Ford probably won't announce
his choice for Vice President
until next Tuesday or
Wednesday, his spokesman said
Friday, as speculation centered
on former New York Governor
Nelson Rockefeller and
Republican National chairman
George Bush.
White House press secretary
Jerald F. terilorst talked of the
probable timing of the
announcement at a breakfast
session with reporters.
lie repeated that Ford had
not yet made up his mind or if
lie had was keeping his own
counsel.
Meanwhile, the Washington
Post quoted a source close t6
Ford as saying Bush "has the
inside track" while the Detroit
Free Press used similar phrasing
in reporting that Rockefeller
was the leading contender.
In a dispatch from its
Washington bureau, the Free
Press said two other top
contenders, Republican
national chairman George Bush
and Sen. Howard II. Baker Jr.,
(R-Tenn.). had dropped in
favour. (AP)


By Hugh Van Swearingen
WEST YELLOWSTONE.
MONTANA The bodies of
19 persons lie entombed in tht
Madison River canyon ol
southwestern Montana, buried
under the rubble of a mountain
force of one of North
America's most severe
earthquakes.
About 250 vacationers were
camped in the quiet canyon
west of Yellowstone National
Park the night of Aug. 17,
1959.
Exactly at 11:37 p.m.
stresses which had been
building up for eons snapped
the Earth's crust 20 miles
below the surface, sending
shock waves through eight
States.
An unnamed 7,600-foot
mountain towering above the
canyon literally collapsed.
During the next 60 seconds,
an estimated 40 million tons of
rock fell into the canyon,
generating an ear-splitting
roar and hurricane-force winds
that scattered tents and tore
clothing off persons who were
not buried alive.
Monents later the darkness
was filled with screams of fear
and pain. A total of 28 persons
were dead or dying and the
survivors were trapped.
At one end of the canyon,
the massive slide covered the
highway and formed a dam
across the river. Upstream, the
highway was twisted and
broken, part of it submerged in
liebgen Lake.
Tourist lodges and summer
homes were shattered. Cars
were smashed to pancakes and
some camper-trailers became
burial vaults.
The bedraggled people were


to face more hours ot torine
as earth shocks continued
roll through the earth wliled
predawn thundersiorni iiash
and reverberated across
sky.
"I thought thi world .
coming tq an end, .", \vo, a
recalled I r.
Some SIrviors0 Prave
others san hyimns and man
acts of heroisml we
perform 's capers Yorke
to rescue Pioepi lappedd
trailers o 1in the watery 0oo
oftheroc lide Iailings.
Comm nations were wipe
out as t lephone lines we
rippe a t in the tri-stat
areas nolving nearby
Yellowitop e nationall Park
with its I 00 visitors, an
the cornqq "Itna Idah
and W.o '
Shortly davwn,
reconnaissan lane flew ove
the canyon 0lK11 hiilitary
and forest se l' liecopter
were on their wa to 1il scene
The quake was re tde'd at
magnitude of 7.1 In the
Richter scale, comnipiie(\eWith
the 8.3 magnitude of the 1I
San Francisco disaster.
Today the area, set aside h
the forest service foi publ
use, is one of Montana
strongest tourist attractions.
The most spectacular featuio
is the rockslide which filled th
canyon with rubble 200-4
feet deep. (AP)


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Friday, August 16, 1974


EDITORIAL

Sick on an island


By HETINNE DUPUCHi
GEORG E TOW (Grand (Cayman, July 24th. I woke up this
morning feeling incomlortable around the waist line. I took some
milk of magne:jia and thought it would soon pass off. But it
didn't.
We have an a 4rtmnent about two miles from the town where I
had some busine s to do before lunch but I was so uncomfortable
I decided to posi pone it until tomorrow. I did manage to get to a
Rotary lunchcoij meeting at the Royal Palms Hotel on the far
side of the towt. But after the meeting I asked my wife to drive
me back to the a artment.
After lunch I fclt very ill. My wife was concerned because the
pain was similar to that I experienced in 1966 when I was rushed
to Miaumi for a kidney operation and nearly died.
Thlcn I had ki dney stones with complications. The troublesome
stone was rem iSved but the doctor said there was another stone
that would have to be watched. He has been watching it ever
since. I shomild have -,one to him for a test before I came onil this
fiup but I ias pushed for time and decided to leave it until I
returned t/ C(uial tGables next month. I felt that another month
would 't ,atti,
1 00 ft ete in lie we fail to recognize that time is important.
lndeia L.,ord Nelson. one of Britain's greatest admirals, attributed
his/uccess ti hile fact that he was always ten minutes early.
Was this stone acting uip on mtfe on an island where I had not
/ nade i s medical! cinltiacts'.
\e \\ci, co)CetIneid because this island has just emerged from
thle isevl 11 a seatl.iing village and so some of its public services
have intt NeC kiu'ht a uhtp wit the economic strides that have been
Illlt ,I

Wlfen ti,' iipie uit I onig Island liheard that I had become a
resident of the C(aylmans and would be staying on this island
troin tinie () time they gave me messages for a doctor who had
beet the it'.)e,' ii ie t mi medical officer at Long Island after the sad
and sudden passing oi their own Dr. David Simms who had
dedicated his life to the service of his people.
I h.ld phined tlhe doctor on a previous visit and gave him the
mtess. c biut I has a clinic some miles out of' town and so w'c:
just didn't ;.ike time out to go and visit him..
Now ... in t wile decided to call him at the clinic. 1his was
!,it)1t p n but lie was tied uip aid ctuld inot come to the
plhotte I hei' .t.sc it the clinic said lie had appointments for
aotilher thlee hours. But she promised that he would be at the
ap.itrttinc t by 0 p.nt.
I hat mnetiit three more hours of pain before I would even see a
doctor. I have often told you that I am not afraid to die but I
have had so much pain to my many illnesses that I long ago
decided that I would rather be shot than die a painful and
lingering death in bed. I can tell you that any forni of sudden
deattlt is J t i fiiC itul kindness.
My wife watched from tile verandah at our apartment for tlie
ai rival of the doctor. Sihe must have been impressed by his
appearance when she saw hiii walk from the car to the stairway
leading to our upper floor apartment because when she came into
the iiom t(, tell me the doctor had arrived the worried look hadl
disappeared f roni her face.

Mi wiie h!ls an uncanny ability for judging people ... they call
it wiotl.'iit int1ititiOn. Whatever it may be, it is really remnark.blce
Slie takes nec look at a person and decides in a second ... event
betoc thlie person opens his mouth ... whether she wants to kilow

\l. i tintes ol.. in meetini a person ... she has warned tie not
i1 ericouriage any fuither contact. Sometimes her inistantaineous
decisions have annoyed ince. I have told her so and carried otn to
ltntic leI dCvI ice. lit every case it has turned out disastrously for
t le .
I knew before the doctor came into the room that my wife was
,.itisfied. I could see in her face that she had accepted him. And
within a few minutes after he started his examination I too knew
that I was in good hands.
I alst) kiew that Ltong Island had lost a good doctor ... and I
wonitleied why. I wanted .to. know and so I encouraged him to
talk

We first talked about tlie people and life at Long Island.
MaI Sue S1nims had been dead for some years before he went to
thlie island but.a spirit that made her representative of everything
that was best fi the Bahaniian people still exercises a wholesome
iniluelnce on her contuunity. And of' course we talked about her
son and daughter Cecil Simms, a preacher in the Brethren
c :ninunity, and Ivy Sinmis whoi have tried to walk in the
footsteps ot then mother.
Then, witllout any prompting from mile, he started to talk
About the problems lie had experienced with the Health
II) pitinent in- Nassau.
"M1ilo was a bane tot my existence." lie laughed. "It was clear
that hlie didn't think nutiichl of doctors and nurses. It seemed to me
that he trusted to his otwn bush medicines. When he visited the
island hlie stayed at Stella Maris. He would invite me to breakfast
.ind sot I had to set out early to get there on time because my
station was many miiles away among the people of the island. iHe
used to try to bully me. He ranted and raved but I refused to be
bullied."
"like a butll in a ('hina shop," I commented, and the doctor
nodded agreement.

Ilie Milih to whont lie referred was Milo Butler, the first
Minister If Health in the P.L.P. government. le is now Sir Milo
Butler, G C.(M.G., Governor General of the Bahamas and Her
Matesly's representative in this tiny Commonwealth nation.
Stella Maris is a tourist development at Long Island, miles away
fromt any settlement of Long Islanders.
I.ven now, I am told, there are times when Sir Mile can be very
difficult. I have often said so in this column. By contrast, 1 anm
told that Lady Butler is a charming woman and 1 must say that
they have sonic fine children. John Chaplin, who had their


grandchildren at St. Andrew's College, spoke highly of them.
It is true that Sir Milo has his own opinions -bout the medical
profession.
During the nearly twenty years that I was chairman of the
Crippled Children's Committee, which was served by highly
skilled specialists from Florida, I refused to have any politicians
coniiuected with this work.
My brother, the Hon. Eugene Dupuch, C.B.E., Q.C. was
Minister of Welfare in the U.B.P. government. He subscribed
liberally to the fund but, although this was in his range of,
responsibility, he knew that I didn't want any politicians around
S... and so he kept away. Finally he came just once. That was
during a visit by the Governor who Insisted that he should
accompany him.
The clinics were held at the Princess Margaret Hospital where

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YES.... DECENT MOVIES


EDITOR, The Tribune,

On your editorial page of
Friday, August 9th, 8-year-old
Alexandra Maillis asked if
anything could be done about
getting decent movies. Yes,
Alexandra, there is!
If films shown at local
theatres don't interest anyone
they don't have to attend.
uome local residents have
already taken the action young
Maillis requests.
Many schools, churches,
clubs hotels and private
individuals have found "an
oasis in the desert of poor
films" by renting top-notch
family full-length feature films


from a local 16mm library,
Film & Equipment Service.
Out of over 200 movies now
on the shelves of the library,
they have many Walt Disney
movies. Also, some film classics
called "Golden Oldies" of the
mid-1930's to '40's. Although
these particular "oldies" are in
black & white and not
cineamascope, they are the
kind of films "they just don't
make anymore".
At the library can also be
found great religious films such
as "Shoes of the Fisherman".
"Sodom and Gomorrah". "Ben
liur". "King of Kings" and
"The Cardinal". Available on
rental are sound movie


to get up and get the story out of my system before I could get to
sleep.
Now I have finished this article I can go to bed. I'm glad I'm
through with it because I'm beginning to feel drowsy from the
pain-killer pill.
Good night folks.

A THOUTHT FOR TODAY
The blessed sleep of sweet innocence.- DUPUCH


projectors, screens and even an
operator for the equipment if
desired.
Local groups have got
together and shown movies for
under-pririleged children this
summer. Film Clubs have
sprung into being and
neighbours have got together
to rent and show the types of
films they desire.
Hope Alexandra finds one of


TODAY IS FRIDAY.
AUGUST 16th, the 228th day
of 1974 There are 137 d:.iy,
left in the year.
Highlights in history on this
date:
1973 Lebanese airliner
with 125 passengers and crew
aboard is hijacked to Israel by
an apparently drunken Libyan
who says he wanted to
convince Israel that "not all
Arabs are enemies."
1972 King Hassan II of
Morocco escapes assassination
attempt by Moroccan air force
jets over Rabat.
1969 Britain completes
troop movement into Northern
Ireland to help quell worst
fighting between Roman
Catholics and Protestants in
more than 30 years.
1967 Liu Shao-Chi,
President of China, goes before
mass rally and denies he
plotted against Chairman Mao
Tse-Tung.
1964 Major General
Nguyen Khanh takes over
presidency of South Vietnam,
ousting major general Duong
Van Minh.
1962 Agreement is signed
in London for Aden to enter
federation of South Arabia;
Algeria is admitted to Arab
League; Mont Blanc Tunnel in
Alps is completed as French
and Italian workers meet under
Western Europe's highest peak.
1960 Britain grants
independence to grown Colony
of Cyprus, with Archbishop
Makarios as President.
1959 United Arab
Republic restores relations
with Jordan.
1956 First London
conference to discuss Suez
Canal is boycotted by
president Gamal Abdel Nasser
of Egypt.
1953 Attempted royalist
coup begins in Persia.


these groups to "join in the
fun".
JOHN B. CASH


194 R.ti, U.S.
b .'^.o,.'; .,noi, dies.
19?' Fr'incc advises
oindon c.,,: ... it agrees to
evacuate Ruhr within a year.
1914 Constitutional,. t
army occupies Mexico City,
British Expenditionary fIori-e
lands in France in World Watr
One.
1896 British protectorate
of Ashanti, West Africa, is
proclaimed; gold is discovered
on Bonanza Cicck in Alaska,
setting off Klondike Gold
Rush.
1863 (,erman prices meet
at Frankturt seeking to reform
their confederation.
1827 Sultan of Turkey
rejects note ot Russia, France
and Britain demanding tuc t in
war with (Greece.


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SEES IMPROVEMENTS


EDITOR, The Tribune,
I have just completed a
one-week stay in Nassau and
am returning to my home
today. I felt that I could not
leave without writing to you to
comment on the tremendous
improvements in Nassau since I
last visited.
One of the most enjoyable
aspects of my visit was the
(;oombay Summer Goings-On.
and especially the show called
"Goombay Summer Showcase,"


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which I happened to hear quite
by accident when I was getting
ready to join a group of
fellow-tourists for a night on
the town.
I hope to return next year
for more of the exciting,
enjoyable Goombay Summer
activities. Meanwhile I will be
telling all my friends stateside
what a great time I had and
encouraging them to come
down and join the fun.
MRS. ROSE CRAMDEN
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we got a lot of cooperation from the staft.
When the P.L.P. took over it was feared that the Minister of
Health might want to stick his nose in our business. But I told
everyone engaged in this work not to be concerned. I was
prepared to establish and equip a clinic on the second floor of the
old Tribune building where we had enough space for this purpose.
It soon became clear that the Minister knew that I wouldn't
tolerate any interference by him. I had said this to some public
officials and it must have got back to government. And so they all
stayed away.
But after one of the clinics the doctors had a meeting '.-ith the
Hlonourable Minister of Health Milo Butler and they still talk
about it.
They told ime after the interview that the Minister told them in
all seriousness that if mothers fed their babies butter milk there
wouldn't be so many crippled children in the island!
It's a wonder lie didn't suggest Milo, a well known brand of
health food.

"Did you leave on account of Mr. Butler;", I asked.
"No." the doctor laughed. "I was on an Out Island and didn't
have to see him often. After Milo we had another Minister. I have
forgotten his name. I remember him as the man with the feeble
handshake."
I suggested a narne,
"Yes," the doctor said, "he is the one. He was perfectly
useless."
"Then why did you decide to leave?", I asked.
"1I left because it was just impossible to work under the
conditions at the island," he said. "I had nothing to work with.
This will give you sonime idea of how bad it was. As you know,
high blood pressure is common in the islands. During the three
years I was at L ,,ng Island the Ministry in Nassau didn't supply
Ine with a single pill for high blood pressure!'"

KIli gh bld pitessite is almost epidctmic in the Out Islands, so
tiuch so that medical teanis front t)lhe U.S. and Britain have made
studies in the islands in an effort to discover the reason for such a
high incidence of this disease among the islanders.
I don't know that any clear reason has been found for this
disorder aniong our people but it is believed to be traceable to the
large quantities of salt that is used in their foods and to
intcrmnarriage.
"How would intermarriage contribute to the prevalence of this
disease in the islands?"I asked the doctor. "Well ... a family may
be suffering from hypertension. There is a union within the
family. This increases the tension in their offspring. After many
generations tflhis condition is spread around by more and more
intermarriages. This, of course, is only one of many theories."
When I thanked hinm for corning to see mie, he said that it wits a
pleasure to take care of tile.
"But you know I'm supposed to be dead," he laughed. "A
runloui w.s recently spread in I o:!. Island that I had been killed
in mini tl :i cat accident here last year. I finally heard about it
when the news reached mniy ister wh o i. living in the U.S. she got
all excited .about it and contlic'',e.! the island immediately to be
eichevod wheii she lotiitld lulihal h "li.''ws was tot lute."
"So,-" i laughed, "the l.ont' Isand wireless-intoulh is still in
active service."
"Yes, indeed,"li he laughiedI

I had encouraged him tt talk because it is seldom possible to
lind out why so many good doctors have suddenly picked up and
left the islands since the P...P. government took over.
Indeed, most of tlie best qualified expatriates who are
e'nplpoyed nI various activities in tlie (Caymanils today have comle
here frm thlie Bahamas. The difference here is that the
Caymanian people value and appreciate their services.

"Biut you are in pain," lie said suddenly when lie saw me twist
on the bed. "Give me a specimen. Ali my staff have now left the
clinic" but I will go there and iake lihe test myself. It it is what I
suspect there isn't ai)nything to wo'ry about."

"A mild kidney infection,"' he said when lie returned some
time later with itwo bottles of pills in his hand ... one for the
infection and the other for ltie pain. "I think we can handle your
case hliee without any difficult "

While lie was away to the clinic lmy wil'e put a kettle of water
onil the file so that she could olfer lhintm cup of tea (on his return.
"No thanks. I miustn't." lie said. "I just had an emenigency call
at the clitni.. A Vene/uclai genciA, It the Holiday Inn. I must
hurry onil."
"Doi you mind." I asked him as lihe was going out the door. "If
I do a column on our talk this evening'?"
"Not at all," lie agreed, "so hlong as you give the Long Island
people my love."
"How do you spell your name, doctor. Is it Poulson?"
"Without the 'u','" hlie said.
"'And your first nane'?"
"Jim," lie laughed as lie closed the door behind him.

Oh yes. the doctor's medicine wit ked almost innii'diately.
My wife wanted to put me to bed again after he had left but
the pain went away quickly and I was already feeling better.
ShIe was surprised when I told her that I wanted somie supper.
"Just something light," I added, when I saw in her ;ace that she
was getting ready to do battle. Of course shIe is a battler. A real
heavyweight too. What full blooded woman isn't?
The secret to a long and happy marriage is the ability to tune
out the broadcast.
After supper she tried once again to get me to go to bed.
"When I have finished writing an article," I told her.
She knew from experience that it is a mistake for mie to go to
bed if I have a story boiling up inside me. It would only mean
that I would toss restlessly in bed for several hours and then have


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AGGRESSION is a fine
quality at the bridge table, but
there are times when the
aggressive impluse has to be
subdued in the interests of
ordinary prudence. One of
these times is the familiar
occasion when you find
yourself fixed by an
opponent's pre-emptive bid,
and you have a goodish hand
yourself. For instance:
K J 98 2
A3 2
AKJ
Q4
Your side is Game, the
opponents are not. The dealer
on your right opens with a bid
of 3 Hearts. Let's face it,
you're fixed, and the best
advice is to stay fixed, simply

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because there is no way in
which you can guarantee a plus
score on the hand, or even to
avoid a big minus if you jump
in the wrong direction. What
are the possible actions you
could take in the above
situation?
3 Spades. Reckless and totally
unwarrantable: at best a wild
gamble, and while you stand to
gain 820 if partner has:
Q 10 xx
x x
Q xx x
A x x
you also stand to lose about
1,100 if partner turns up with:
x
J x x X
xxx
J xxxx
and there cannot be any way
to find out, if you bid 3
Spades.
Double (a) for penalties.
There is no assurance that onu
are going to take 5 tricks in


defence against 3 Hearts, and
there are many lay-outs where
you will donate doubled
overtricks to the enemy.
Double (b) for take-out.
Take-out into what? If partner
is so obliging as to bid 3
Spades, you will bid 4, but you
won't relish partner's
comments after he has gone 3
down in 4 Clubs.
3 No Trumps This
approaches the idiocy zone.
The re are, of course,
custom-made hands which
might appear in dummy every
third Christmas Day, but you
are scarcely entitled to expect
one of them.
Pass If you are able to
achieve this very considerable
feat of disciplined restraint. I
congratulate you, because in
the long run, this is the only
winning bid. But the difficult.
is that you are not the last to
speak, and therefore your pass
must he made without under
hesitation, or else your partner.
who may possibly have the
kind of hand with which he
feels entitled to take some
action, will be ethically
debarred from doing anything
other than passing himself.
The annals of international
matches are strewn with the
gory details of hands such as
the one with which I started,
and the usual outcome is that
the o pponen ts. having
respected the nuisance value of
the pre-empt, allow themselves
to be fixed, and in most cases
reap a modest reward. lere's
one. from Norway's match
against Belgium in 1953:
K ) 5
843
752
A J 3 2


In one room, South bid 3
Spades, was raised to 4, and
duly gave up 50 points. The
other South, recognizing that
discretion was the better part
of valour, passed smoothly, but
West decided to increase the
nuisance element for his side,
and went to 4 Diamonds;
everybody passed, and the
contract could not be made.
No score!
A more dramatic situation
arose in the Britain-USA match
in 1955, and in fact swung the
match. Game All:
4 2
7
K 1098 543
Q86
none A K Q 9 5
A J 84 2 KQ 106
A7 2
J95432 K107

J 108 76 3
953
QJ 6
A

With North-South silent in
one room, the British West got
to 6 Hearts, and made it on a
Diamond lead. Plus 1,430. At
the other table, the British
North opened 3 Diamonds,
East doubled, but South
shrewdly raised to 4 Diamonds.
West, who was stuck for an
accurate bid, shot bravely to 6
Clubs. North led the singleton
Heart, and South, when he was
in with the Ace of Clubs,
returned a Heart for North to
ruff. Minus 100, so the swing
was 1,530 to Britain. The
South player of impeccable
judgment was a man by the
name of Terence Reese.


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Should he "use" HER

kids at HIS wedding?

DEAR ABBY: I've never seen this in your column, but
I'm sure I'm not the only woman with this roblem.
For 23 years I've been married to an extreme handsome
professional man. He is very well-built and wears his clothes
ae fashion model. When. he enters a room, everyone
wants to know who he is. He is loaded with self-confidence
(who wouldn't be?) and exudes charm, wit and personality.
My problem is the obvious amazement and disbelief I
encounter when I am introduced as his wife. Some do a
double take; others say: "REALLY?" They do everything
but come right out and ask: "What on earth did he see in
YOU?"
Although we are the same age, I look older. I' blind as a
bat without my glasses and can't wear contacts. 've fought
weight all my life, due to a thyroid condition e ust say,
a beauty I'm not. But I do have feelings. I ve people
insinuate that ours must have been a shotgun ding.(It
wasn't.) Or that I must have had money. (I Wn't.) But
worst of all are the women who try to butter m up to get
next to my husband.
Please pumyt this in your column. I'd like to clip it out and
hand it to the next woman who tells me what a terrific "
husband I have, and lets me know it's a miracle 'at I got
him. LITTLE ME IN H tTFORb

Problems? You'll feel better if you get itNoff r hest,
For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. L.A.,
Calif. 90069. Enclose stamped, self-addressed 5velope,
please.
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DEAR ABBY: My ex-husband, Jess, is getting married
again. Jess and I have three children-a girl, eight, and two
boys, 16 and 17. ,
The little dummy who Jess is marrying evidently has
never heard that when a person has already had one big
wedding (and Jess has), the second wedding should be small
and simple. At least that's the way it is in Louisville,
Kentucky.
Anyway, Jess wants to use my kids in a big church
wedding. He's asked my daughter to be the flower girl, and
the boys to be ushers. He never mentioned inviting me,
which is just as well, because if I get invited I will not come.
Three questions: Does Jess have the right to use my kids
at his wedding? Should he even be having a wedding like
this? Should I send a gift?
COURIER-JOURNAL FAN
DEAR FAN: Of course Jess has the right to "use" your
kids at his wedding. They're his kids, too. A bride who has
been married before usually has a quiet, simple wedding,
regardless of how may times the groom has been up to bat,
so if this is her first, she's entitled. And lt your sincere good
wishes go along with a gift, send one. Otherwise, don't.
DEAR ABBY: Our 17-year-old daughter wears
practically nothing but jeans. She spends hours on her hair,
nails and makeup before going on a date, then she puts on
jeans! (She has a closetful of lovely dresses.)
I keep telling her that I think boys like to see girls in
dresses at least part of the time. She has a beautiful figure
and looks nice in anything she wears.
She agrees to listen to you, and we'd like to hear some
comments from boys, too.
OLD-FASHIONED MOTHER
DEAR OLD: It all depends on the occasion, and (I'm
sorry to say) what the OTHER girls are wearing. More
important than looking "nice" is looking "like the others"
in her crowd, so don't pressure her, Mother. Let her wear
what she feels most comfortable in.


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AJ 6 5
K
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last dealt at Game-All. and
both East's opened 3
Diamonds. Notice that 3
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CANADIAN HIGH COMMISSIONER to the Bahamas stationed in Jamaica, Mr. J. H.
Harrinqton, on Monday qave a reception to welcome to the Bahamas the HMCS Yukon. Canadian
destroyer on transfer from the East coast to Esquimault, British Cciumbia. Attending the
reception were members of government and members of the diplomatic corps. Among those
attending from left: Mr. Harrington, Commander M.M. Macintosh of the Royal Canadian Navy and
Captain of the Yukon; Mrs. Harrington, Mr. Gerald Cash, Mr. J. G. Doubleday, Acting British High
Commissioner to the Bahamas and Mr. Ernest Strachan, Chief of Protocal, Ministry of External


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We 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
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Haiti joining community


KINGSTON, JAMAICA -
Haiti reportedly intends to
seek associate membership in
the Caribbean Community for
the present time and pursue
full membership status in the
near future as the country's
current programme of
industrial development and
economic diversification
progresses.
Haitian minister of trade and
industry, M. Serge Fourcand,
on a Jamaican visit said Haiti
was committed ty operation
between the vari s countries


of the Caribbean in their move
toward economic development.
He pointed out that in spite of
discrepancies in their economies
at the present time,
all territories should recognize
that they had a common
destiny.
Fourcand explained that
Haiti's industrial development
had been progressing steadily
over the past three years and
that the country was currently
in process of implementing a
number of development
scheme to upgrade its
infrastructure.


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US hospital ship in port
THE UNITED STATES Navy Hospital Thomas A. Rodgers, USN. Captain
Ship, USS Sanctuary, arrived in Nassau William M. Phillips, MC, USN, commands
today remaining through Monday, August the ship's hospital. Thirty-three officers
19, for crew rest and relaxation, and 476 enlisted personnel make up the
Unique in nature, the USS Sanctuary is crew.
a non-combatant vessel, designed
primarily as an overseas support ship to The USS Sanctuary will be open
provide medical and dental care to US to the public for general visiting
forces and their dependents stationed Saturday, Sunday and Monday, August
overseas. 17 -19, between the hours of 1:30 p.m.
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PRICES UP

IN EUROPE
BRUSSELS Prices and
unemployment are both going
up in the Common Market
countries, a report by their
executive commission says.
The report assembles figures
for the nine member countries
through the month of June.
Inflationary pressures were
still very strong then, it said.
The rise of consumer prices
slackened in Germany, the
Netherlands and Luxembourg
partly due to the season, but in
the other member countries it
continued "at a particularly
rapid pace." The report added,
however, that the drop in
prices of raw materials is
starting to be reflected in the
wholesale prices of some
countries.
Unemployment rose in all
member countries except Italy
and France. It rose especially
in West Germany, where it had
not been a problem for many
years. The rise of
unemployment was greatest in
the West German "auto and
building industries.
The report noted that in
July, France put controls on
the immigration of workers
from outside the nine
countries, following the ban by
West Germany and Denmark in
November. Since this report
appeared, Belgium has decreed
a similar ban.
Industrial production
continued to rise but had not
reached the high levels of last
autumn.
Trade deficits in some
member countries have started
to fall, the report said, and the
worsening of the British
international balance seems to
have been halted.
London G.C.E.


exam results
PRIVATE Candidates
wishing to write the London
General Certificate of
Education Examination to be
held in January, 1975 should
send their entries to the
Ministry of Education and
Culture, Shirley Street so as to
arrive not later than Monday,
September 2.
"Candidates awaiting their
results from the June 1974
examination should make
provisional entries as no late
entries will be accepted," a
Ministry spokesman said.
"Applications will not be
accepted from candidates who
are attending schools approved
for this examination," he said.
Entry forms and further
particulars may be obtained
from the Ministry of Education
and Cutlure.
Private candidates wishing to
sit the examination in
Freeport, Grand Bahama
should make applications
through the District Education
Officer, Freeport Grand
Bahama.

EXAM ENTRIES
ENTRIES stating subjects to
be written in the Royal Society
fo Arts examination to be held
in November of this year,
should be sent to the Ministry
of Edcuation and Culture,
Slurley Street so as to arrive
not later than August 16.
Entry forms and further
particulars may be obtained
from the Ministry of Education
and Culture.


Despite the expectation that
the higher oil bills would erode
the U.S. balance of payments
position substantially this year,
at least a few officials were
startled by the heavy demand


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on domestic banks by foreign
borrowers who had some oil
bills of their own to pay.
That development was
reflected in a 5.2 billion dollar
outflow from domestic banks
in short term lending to
foreigners. It was a
deterioration from a 2.8 billion
dollar deficit in the first three
months of the year.
In order for the U.S. to
make up for the heavy outflow
of money for oil, it must


attract the dollars back, usually
through investments by the oil
producing countries.
But Commerce said foreign
purchases of stock and other
securities in U.S. corporations
declined by 100 million dollars
to a level of 300 million.
Commerce said the chang was
entirely due to a reduction in
stock purchases from 400
million dollars in the first three
months of this year to virtually
nothing in. the second three
months. (AP)


WASHINGTON Sharply
higher prices for oil inflicted a
three-month deficit of 6.3
billion dollars on America's
balance of payments entry
which registers over-all
currency flows, the
government reported
Thursday.
The Commerce Department
showed that both increased
U.S. spending for imported oil
and .a heavy demand on
domestic banks from foreigners
borrowing to pay their own oil
bills drove the dollar-flow
entry even more deeply into
deficit than during the first
three months of the year.
The deficit from January to
March, when the Arab oil
embargo was in effect, had
been 900 million dollars.
The combined deficit of 7.2
billion dollars was smaller than
the 8.5 billion deficit over the
first half of last year. But
officials expect further
deterioration this year instead
of the 700 million dollar
surplus the account entry ran
up in the last half of 1973.
The deficit in the over-all
money-flow account, or net
liquidity balance, was
accompanied by a turnaround
to a 4.5 billion dollar deficit in
the account component which
registers money flows between
the U.S. and foreign central
banks.
The U.S. had run up a 1
billion dollar surplus in the
foreign bank entry, or official
reserve transactions balance, in
the first three months of the
year.
The reserve transaction
balance was a vital indicator of
overseas pressure on the dollar
when exchange rates were
fixed. But Commerce
Department noted that in
today's floating rate system,
the dollar actually
strengthened against foreign
currencies in the second
quarter.,
The 'developments in the
two components of America's
balance of payments
foreshadowed a deficit
expected iffthe over-all balance
of payments, which is to be
reported next month.


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baths expensively furnished ONE unfurnished and one
in immaculate condition. 100 x furnished 2 bedroom
100 fruited. Only $50,000.00. apartment, located Prison
Finance available to eligible Lane, Ft. Fincastle. Call
Purchaser. See any time. For 5-2695.
action dial 22033, 22307,
evening 41197. C16445
SMALL grocery shop -
C 16388 Eastern Road.
PRIVATE PARTY SELLS Furnished efficiency apartment
LAND -- Rosetta Street. Phone
BUY WITHOUT A 42036.
MIDDLE MAN
CASH OR BANK LOAN FOR SALE
PHONE 53910
C16403
C16118 55 H.P. Johnson Outboard
PRIVATE BEACH AND Motor in good condition. Price
LAKE. Spacious lots, 70 x B$600. Phone 34099.
100. $75 DEPOSIT. NO
INTEREST CHARGES. C16410
Salesman on duty PUREBRED Doberman Pups
YAMACRAW BEACH for Sale. $150 and $125.
ESTATES. Model House every Ready now Hind, Eastern
Saturday and Sunday, 12 to 6. Road Tel. 41128.
Tel: 4-1141 any day or night
or 2-4148. MORLEY & (C16395
'BREA BROKERAL ESTATE 14000 BTU airconditioner, in
BRA BROKERS). good condition. No reasonable
offer refused. Phone 54628 or
C16450 28245.
MUST SELL: Corner Lot
Seabreeze, Section 1 100 x C16452
100 ft. $7,000 or nearest offer. PATIO SALE Household
Telephone 2-4350 or 3-5238 goods, books, records, set of
after 6. golf clubs, original oil
paintings, wine decanters and
C16453 other objects d'art. Phone
WHEN you can't find the lot 57308 or 58020.
yuu want we will! (i/2 acre)
lots $6,500 near Soldier Road. C16441
Lets 50 x 100. $3,000 and PIONEER 747 Receiver
$2,500 near Gleniston and PL-12D Turntable 4 DBI
Seebreeze Subdivision. Cash Speaker Systems containing
5b%off Terms offered. 12"/5"/3l/" speakers in each
box. $1,200 cash. Pnone
We have listings on 3-2701.
subdivisions such as Golden
Gates I,!. Winton Meadows I &
II and Biair, Willard Heights CARS FOR SALE
Subdivision, Great Exuma ''4
acre lot overlooking ocean C16404
$3,000 and up. 1973 PLYMOUTH FURY,
loaded with extra features.
Further listings are solicited. $6,500 will take trade in.
Phone 28293-34527.
Call or see us FERGUSON &_
CLARKE REAL ESTATE, C16397
Norfolk House, 3rd Floor, MUST SELL
Fr593ederick Street. Telephone 1973 Avenger, low mileage,
59361. reliable for years to come.
FOR SALE OR RENT $1800. Coral Harbour Gas
FR SALE OR RENT Station 77014 Mr. O'Brien.

C15450
3 bedroom, 1 bath private C16334
home, fully furnished for rent "LIMOUSINE"
or sale, Oakes Field, Nassau '73 CADILLAC, Black. Black
Call Freeport 352-6268. vinyl top. All extras. "Private"
_____________ one owner. Chauffeur driven
C16370 Always parked indoors. New
wide white wall tires, spare
4 bedroom 2 bathroom never used. Call Miami
unfurnished semi hilltop 305-576-6076 from 6 to 9 p.m.
airconditioled house Large
yard, centrally located in
Shirlev Park Avenue. C16454
$43,000 $350 ($525 rent 1971 Chevrolet Vega Sedan,
furnished). Phone 28293 factory air, heater, radio,
34527. power steering. Good
~c__________ condition $1800.00. Call
Alexander Mllings, 5-3872,
FOR RENT 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.,
Monday. Friday. [
C16422 C(
2 BEDROOM 2 bath CRAFTSUPPLES
oceanview apartment. T.V.
antenna r, no children, no pets
Telephone /18141 or 77655 C 16138
NOW in stock at Bahamian
Paint Supply. Bay Street:
C16400 Decoupage
THREE furnished rooms with 9 Clear Cast
modern conveniences and gas Candle Craft
stoves on Chistie Street east Ti'.,e Lraft
side, laundromat in yard Phone 2-2?86, 2-2898
Rooms $16, $20 and $25 per ______
week. Phone 5-4811. MARINE SUPPLIES-
C16429 INE SUPPLIES
THREE BEDROOMS, TWO MUST SELL:
BATHS, modern newly C16398
redecorated house, East Street 1 / foot fibteglass sport boat,
South main roa:' (South $1800, dependable 40 HP
Beach), on yearly lease Johnson (.umpletely new paint
unfurnished, good location, and engine overhaul, with
airconditooners, suit small trailer Sne at Coral Harbour
professional family. Telephone Gas Station. 77014 Mr.
owner 36334 or 22433. O'Brien.

C16414 C11894
Charming houses, nicely 1969 31 ft. CHRIS-CRAFT
furnished 2 bedrooms, 2 Commander, sleeps six, private
bathrooms Cable Beach, shower, two 230 h.p. engines
pool, and sea, airconditioned. with less than 200 hours.
Phone 7-7530 Kitchenette, good condition.
___________________Call 24267, 54011.
C16432


NEWLY decorated, furnished C16362
house, two airconditioned 28ft. Twin Screw Cabin Cruiser
bedroom'., one bath, in Buen Fly Bridge with dual controls,
Retiro. ?lephone 3 1518 or airconditioned cabin. Excellent
5-3266. shape $9.000 O.N.O. Please
C139call 23211-days 34243
C 163 79 nights. Ask for Mr. Bruce.
2 bedroom apartment, Winton
Highway, fully furnished.
balcony with excellent views. C16439
All utilities included. $350 per 24' BERTRAM CAMPER
month. Phone 21631. Twin 165 H.P. Mercruisers
Refrigerator, ship to shore,
C16136 toilet. Excellent condition.
LOVELY 1 and 2 bedroom Phone between 6 and 7 p.m.
airconditioned apartments, 55382.
Dundas Court, Pyfrom'st
Addition, Master T.V. antenna C16437
and laundry room facilities 28 foot Winner Sports
enclosed parking area. For Fisherman Twin Mercruisers
information call 3-4953 or 215 h.p.,
5-4258. Low hours
____Loaded with equipment
C16430 Excellent condition
TWO B E D ROOM 18 months old.
FPRNISHED airconditioned All reasonable offers
available immediately, considered. Call 36646/36211
Wallace 59650 or from 9 am to 5 pm or 34569
,4765. from 7 pm to 10 pm.


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

C16423
22 NORTH American 160
H.P. Mercruiser, new engine,
stern drive rebuilt, Sleeps 2.
Excellent condition. $3500.
O.N.O.
One engine rebuilt 160 H.P.
Mercruiser Chevy. $700 O.N.O.
Call 31642.

HEALTH FOOD

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


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.

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



C16114
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 ano
8:30 a.m. or after 6 p.m. or
3-5034 anytime.

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

C16413
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.n. to 8 p.m.
D'ELEGANT SCHOOL OF
F A S H I 0 N A N D
DRESSMAKING.
Corner East Shirley and Fowler
Streets. Telephone 53223.


IN MEMORIAL
C 16446















In sad and ever loving memory
of our dear one Captain Edwin
Benjamin Taylor who was
killed in a plane crash in the
mountains of Haiti one year
ago today 15/8/73.
Silently the shades of evening
Gather round our lonely door
Silently they bring before us
Your dear face we see no more
The blow was hard, the shock


severe
We little knew your time was
near
Deep in our hearts you are
living yet
We loved you too dearly to
ever forget.

MA & THE NGUYENS.

HELP WANTED
C16415
3 MALE Farmworkers ages 30
to 45, for hog farm. Telephone
3-1004 or 2-4346.

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.,


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 resumed
to arrange for appointment!
to:

AMERADA HESS SHIPPING
CORPORATION
Attention:
PERSONNEL DIRECTOR
P. 0. Box N8332
Nassau, Bahamas


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

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.

C16361
ELECTRICAL STORE ROOM
CLERK. Must be able to drive.
Only experienced persons need
apply. Telephone 3-6644 or
write: William's Electric Ltd.,
P. 0. Box N1151, Nassau.

C 16426
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.

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

C16401
SOME one to live on 41/2 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.
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 .e
fully versed in front office
procedure, night auditing, the
business of operating a resort
Including the running of a golf
course, marina, food and
beverage areas, accounts and
power plant.

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

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

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.


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ALARMS/cr- ,-TITY LAUNDRY&DRY CLEANING
L-ow 's Al.i '. v .. I'll. 3- 2042 New (Orieital Laundry Ph. 2-4403|

ANTENNAS MENSWEAR
Iflai'd IV PI'h. 2 2h 18 I ahl,,e.l.I Lid. Ph. 2-2376/7

AUTOMOTIVE OPTICIANS
I r1 ,11rt' 1.' 2 24 I4 ()ptial Scrvices Ltd. 'lh. 2-3910/1
liar sr't i r ,I h 'I. 2,2434
Ir.rir'riiri,'a I > r.i'rin-. "PAPER
Sl-Il Ai.Ii,. i Sln.,,n 1HIh. 5 2000 (o ,,i rrcnl l'a.perll.ousc l'h. 5-9731
BOOKSTORE PRINTING
li tl ( riersl i."m1 lln.i-. .n l'rfitiini I'h. S-4506
S11p 'Ph S H744 --
S I \ ,'ll IV
riiii-'rs 'Ph. 2-4267/5-4011 I
BUSINESS FORMS
I iivc, RUBBER STAMPS
'ru -r' i'h 2 4267s1 4011o Wn Ruil r Slartam p lPh. 5-.450 ,

KITCHEN CABINETS Ih[ Irbune I'lh. 2-1986

I(' ,1.nri Im t.a20 SPORTS GOODS
trhih.impiii Sprtl, l.anid 'lh. 2-1862
CAMERAS
J!iini Hull l'hr. 2 4252/3 TRAVEL
I'l:rI oIIurs I'h. 2-2931/7
DOWNTOWN PARKING I. ... 2-861/
%l-01li0 s|.SIv 1', s
l'lmii 2-4727(d. ) 7-'7387(lrite) TRUCKING

ENTERTAINMENT rucklng & Landscrapi 'h. 5.9574
Arni,, Visn,.il & \,vir,
I il I al, & I iU Srric- h. 2-21 S57 onch shalaid Irnic.kinig
Bol\ s5654 I'h. 2-4726/3-1562 ..
FLORISTS __
lIlaid I Ior, I'l 2- 2702/S-S419 TV REPAIRS
'~( ,inali.ii ul I klari.t ics' Lid.I'h. 3-547
GARDEN & PET SUPPLIES
Modarm lijK '(,Jrd& 2868 TYPEWRITER REPAIR
Madeira S holoipv 'ni I l.i/ a I'h 2-286B '
.. .junior tilel 1h. 5-1044
Nas.sau (.irdi & l'ni -nihi P.t-04
Moolroset erirre Ih. 2-4259 5
HUNHHICANE AWNINGS UPHOLSTERING
John S. (George Ih. 2 8421/6 ddice's tIpholstering P'h.l 9713




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Shop Nassau Merchants
For Business And Services


C16380 C16110
AIR CONDITIONING C. W. (BILL) PEMBERTON
Mechanic experienced in for
servicing and niaintenance of INSURANCE
all types and sizes of Life, Fire, Hurricane, Motor,
equipment. Must have own etc.
hand tools, valid driver's Telephone 52539
licence. Ability to diagnose and Malton House
repair without supervision and P. 0. Box N1014
the desire to advance and Collins Avenue
improve skills. Salary and
benefits according to ability C16333
and open for negotiation. LANDSCAPING and for all
Bahamians only need apply. your gardening needs -
Call Hill York Limited. 24074 mowing, trimming, hedging,
for interview appointment. tree felling and clearing. Call
5-7810, LAWNS AND
C16347 HEDGES.
ONE ASSISTANT COOK
needed immediately at the C(16134
Hopetown Harbour Lodge, in BACKHOE FOR HIRE
Hope Town, Abaco. Board and Need a septic tank or trenching
Lodging found. Six days per done?
week. Salary dependent on Call
qualifications. Please send C A R L G. T R E CO
replies to "Harbour Lodge" c/o CONTRACTORS LTD.,
P. 0. Box 272, Nassau, 2-4996 or 5-8725
Bahamas.
C16112
C16435 SEWING MACHINE PARTS
BAHAM!AN experienced in AND REPAIRS
box spring moulding and ISLAND FURNITURE
finishing. Willing to work 50 COMPANY
hours per week. Please apply P.O. Box N4818, Nassau
by telephone, Imperial Dowdeswell and Christie
Mattress Co. 5-9121/ o P.O. Streets
Box 6273 E.5.. Njssu. Streets
Box 6(273 E.S- NssaTelephone 21197, 23152.

C16134
VEHICLE ,EP;VICE WRITER C16127
(MALE) ABC MOTORS LTD. MASTER TECHNICIANS LTD
MUis' have these qualities: Mackey Street
Tolocugh knowledge ot all YOUR WHIRLPOOL
phases of automotive repair DISTRIBUTORS OFFER:
and maintenance; sobp r, Refrigerators, Washers, Dryers.
ambitious; pleasing poi -onality; Compactors, Freezers, ice
legible hanidwritinn:. Paid Makers, Air Conditioners and
holidays, uniforms a,;di many Garbage Disposers. With full
other fringe benefits. Call Mi. warranty on every home
Williams at 2-1031. appliance we sell.
Service done by factory trained
C16447 mechanics. Telephone 23713,
BAHAMIAN GIRL interested 59322.
in learning type setting. Must be_
willing to soil hands- Apply
Erlin L. SmithI, The Plinitr c KEEP WNFORED ON
Mackey Street Phone 2-8 787. WORLD EVENTS
C 16442 KEEP ABREAST OF THE LOCAL SCENE
One faim worker to weed
glass. I ay oune reed o ,i)l-ty. TrAKE T ME
Pho:e 3-6930. I THE TRIBWE


C 16443


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including basic typing. R
Apply in first instance to
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Bahamian status required.


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Mrs. Malone, The
Phone 3524608.


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S FOR SALE

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

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

1 HELP WANTED
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
in accounting. The position
requires a person thoroughly
knowledgeable in development
and maintenance of accounting
and control procedures, an
in-process standard cost system
and cost and financial
analytical program as applied
to a large manufacturing
operation.
Apply: Personnel Department,
Bahama Cement Company, P.
0. Box F-100, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C15439
PILOT & A! RC RAFT
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 HO--L,
WEST END, GRA, D
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.

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 oNn tools.
Qualified Bahamians please
apply to: Manager, Grand
Bahama Motors. Ltd., Queen's
Highway, P. 0. Box F-14,
Freeport, Grand Bahama
Island.

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


C 16449
34 MALE Poultry Farm
labourers required. Please
contact Gladstone Farms Ltd.,
Gladstone Road, phone 3-4850
for personal interview.


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HELP WANTED
C15423
PETROLEs~M INSPECTORS
Applications e invited from
Petroleum 7Aspectors with
several years experience in the
quantity and uallty inspection
of bulk oil c goes. Applicants
should als have some
experien e in the
documentation of bulk oil
cargoes and Iorage tank and
metering equipment
calibrations. I
Please apply. together with full
details of experience and
qualifications F: E. W. Saybolt
& Co., S.A.., P;0. Box F-2049,
-reeport, Grant Bahama.

C15440 N
WROUGHT IR N DESIGNER
required by No Ico Steel and
Plastic Corp. Ltd. (Noelco
Group). Must 'ha' 5 years'
experience in design,
fabrication and installation of
iron grills, scrolls, security
grills, staff superw.sion,
estimating and ability ". to
handle customers. Phdne
352-9055, P. 0. Box F1235,
Freeport.

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

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.
C15449
WANTED
DIRECTOR OF SALES
ADMINISTRATION Must be
able to apply all Local, State
and Federal Laws to contracts
Df 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.

C15446
WANTED
(FOUR) REAL ESTATE
SALESMEN Must have at least
three to five years experience
in realty business Must be top
closer and nh-',e substantial
knowledge of all sales
techniques particularly the
'Hospitality Suite' type of
closing.
Apply to: Intercontinenta!
Realty Ltd. P. 0. Box F 260,
Freeport, Telephone:
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.










THE TRIBUNE .-. Friday, August 16, 1974 7


*HEATHCUFF PWKEP HIS OWN LUNCH .

CROSSWORD A E YL1`
PUZZLE C R NEr N
27. As witten inI S AP
ACROSS music ERN SJT
28. Bubble --- HA A 0
.1 Japanese 30. Twin crystal G AD PR2
statesman 32. News service H I D0E IT1 A RI1
4. Greek letter 33. The Red Baron E M TAR SIA
7. Austen heroine 34. Revoke a
11. Uproar legacy
13. Gloomy 35. Signs AVENA 0 EN
14. Burnishes 37. Bock ETE I M E T
15. Gaelic 41. Napoleon's SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
16. Tiller exile island 4. Swindle
17. Mother of 42. Unwilling DOWN 5. Masculine
Perseus 44. Competes pronoun
19. Opened 45. Repeat 1. Hankering 6. Illinium
22. Piggery 46. Field 2. Bulrush symbol
24. Hebrew month 47. Gender 3. City on the 7. Macmillan's
26. With 48. Conductor Oka predecessor
-"2 3 5/,A 6 S168 9 to 8. Swamp
K// 9. Mimi's friend
I r. 3 %10. 100 square
SI- meters
12. Tree cobra
17. Boob
S18. Fish for eels
0-Z~o20. Noted
5 violinist
21. Prods
23. Yelp
S351 24. ---Khan
25. Rustic
29. Communicant
31. Live coal
539 36. Comfort
-- 38. Epochal
8 39. Italian city
40. Pastoral pipe
41. Space walk
42. Devoured
43. Irritate
S.. -....i ..... a.17 45. Exists


Rup.il watches spellbound until the Imp is
ready. "Now keep very quiet," says the tiny
ulIde. And taking the free end of the tube
he peaks softly into it: "Ultle t e, little
t ea1. tell m what you would like to be when
you grow up." The he makes hasty signs
to "upert. Quick I Listen I he mutters.


Chess
By LEONARD


The unknown FPilipino Eugenio
Torre won the grandmaster title
at last month's Nice chess Olym-
pics and defeated Fischer-
Spassky match referee Lothar
Schmid. This is the decisive
position; Torre (White, to
move) has his queen attacked,
but he broke through for a quick
win. How did the game finish ?
Par times: 10 seconds, grand-
master: 20 seconds, chess master;
30 seconds, expert; 2 minutes,
county player; 3 minutes, club
standard; 'I minutes, average: 20
minutes, novice.

Chess solution
I BP! If now 1 . KtxQ;
2 BxQ. KtxR; 3 RxKt, and
White comes out at least a pawn
up with a winning endgame. So
Schmid tried 1 . MxB but
alter 2 Q-KtS! (threat 3
RxKt), RBI)--RI (if Kt-K2:
3 RxR chi. KtxR; 4 Q-K&
mate): 3 R\ Kt. Q-R2; 4 R-B8
ch Black had to resign because
of 4 . RxR: 5 RxR ch.
Kt x R: 6 Q-K8 mate.


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the list. No plurals; no foreign
words; no proper ames.
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words, excellent So 11 to n
on Monday.
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Putling the gadget to his ear Rupert is just
in time to hear the whispered reply from the
tree: When I'm tall and si:ong I want to be
the mast of a sailing-boat." Rupert catches
his breath in excitement. "I heard what it
said he c.ies. How wonderful !
ALL mIOHTS RISIaRVE


Winning

Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
Wha contract woula you like
to be in on this stand from the
Mixed Pas t e recent Olym-
plad in ta P ?
Dealer West: E/W Val.
North
6K 7 2
SA9 6
O A K 10986
West Eas
094 J 5 3
0 J743 0 Q 5 2
J 1064 982
Seath
4 A 1086
10 4 3 2
AK7 5 3
Most palm played in 3NT, none
making more than eleven tricks.
George Roaenkrans, star of the
Mexican toa, found himself in
4 on a 4-3 nt. and despite the
break cored twelve tricks.
And there was little that East-
West could do about it.
West led the V7. Going up with
dummy's A, Rosenkransz cashed
the threw two hearts on the
OAKand ruffed a diamond. Next
he discarded dummy's two re-
maaaing beats o his 4AK and
ruffed a club. With eight tricks
in the bag, he continued w-th a
diamond, ruffing with the 48
when East disoaded the V K.
That left him wft a heart a
club and the 4 A 10. A club
was now ruffed- with the 4K.
East perforce under-ruffing, and
another diamond from dummy
applied the coup doe grace.
aat ruffed high, but It made
no difference. Roenkrans threw
his heart scoring the last two
tricks wAtb the 4 A 10.


~I 2- Co.nc Pay


REX MORGAN, M.D.


CARROLL RIGHTER'S


from the Carroll Righto InstItut
GENERAL TENDENCIES: Put your mot
Creative ideas in operation. You can char
others into doing almost anything you wish and gain theih
cooperation in helpitgyou have self-expresion.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr.19) Ideal day and p.m. to have fun
at whatever is of an artistic and cultural nature and to be with
congenials you really like.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Study your dwelling and see
how to make it look more attractive. Establish more harmony
with kin thereby. Study some new interest further before
acting for best results.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Show good friends how much
you admire them and you get fine response. Communicating
with those out of town can bring fine results, also.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You need more
money and can have it if you plan properly on how to get it.
Confer with business partners, but don't invest unwisely.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You are charming and magnetic
today and can make a fine impression. Join with congenials at
the amusements that most please you. Don't jeopardize your
good name.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Sit down and think over just
what you most want to accomplish and then take positive,
direct methods in such direction. Give service. Have fun
tonight.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You want a good friend to
cooperate with you in pining some personal aim, but be
specific about your reason. Then get together with good pals
for congenial pursuits.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Get into the public or career
affairs that are important to your welfare now and put aside
recreation for the time being.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Study new ideas
carefully before acting on them, or you could get into big
trouble. Listen to associate, but follow only the best advice.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Rid yourself of
drawbacks where money and partners are concerned. You can
better understand mate's views now. Show others how much
you appreciate them.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Discuss your mutual
projects with a partner, learn where you stand, and good
things result. You can reach a better understanding with
others, also.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Ideal day to make your abode
more charming and have more harmony, culture there than in
the past. Discuss mutual work with fellow workers for greater
efficiency.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will need
much encouragement early to bring out the fine talents in this
chart, then the life becomes successful. Slant education along
lines of public works, or whatever has real breadth and scope
to it. Make sure you give the right training at home early to set
the pattern for life. Sports are a natural here.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


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JAMAICA'S ELIZABETH ARIS tees off enroute to her
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47. Christmas 3. Hyalite
visitor 4. Unit of
DOWN reluctance
1. Attempt 5. Patriotic
7 8 ~ 6. Dance step
L 7 Galatea's
S beloved
8 Swamp robin
15 10. Diving bird
9 -- 12. Nail polish
S9 15. Entertain
S 18. Corporal
V 20. And not
21. Appellations
23. Divine food
- 24. Melodic
25. Prisoner
27. Electees
29. Pitch
9 33. Maxims
35. Sir Anthony
37. Furnace
38. Grocery order
39. Wagnerian
iT heroine
41. Prior to
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1. Kaiser 23. Georgia city
Wilhelm's 26. Thinks
residence 28. Biblical
6. Moccasin mountain
9. Charm 30. Linen tape
1. Pain 31. Frost
13. Theater 32. Endures
district 34. Observe
14. Venetian red 36. Hurray
16. Moray 37. Bravo
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By Gladstone Thurston

FOURTEEN-YEAR-
OLD Maria de la Guardia
shot a nine-over-par 81
yesterday taking the lead
for the individual award
following the first round
of the Caribbean Metal
Products tournament
being played at the South
Ocean golf course.
Playing for just two years,
Maria, who is the junior
champion of Santo Domingo,
turned the front nine with 40
and carded 41 over the back
nine. Her nine handicap gave
her a low net score of 72.
Along with Jackie de Jesus,
they saw Santo Domingo into
the lead for a brief spell.
However, their other two
players were unable to
duplicate such scores and
dropped them into fourth
place.
Perennial champions
Jamaica, got off to a bright
start compiling a total gross
score of 368 taking a 10 stroke
lead over second place Puerto
Rico. The Bahamas, who lead
the net division with 327, hold
third place in the gross with
389. Santo Domingo had 391.
Leading Jamaica with a team
high of 91 was Pauline Laman.
Captain Suzanne Rebhan shot
a 92 and sisters Elizabeth and
Dianne Aris each carded 93.
Led by Tai Shapiro's 87
and Sally Gonzales' 96, Puerto
Rico also had their share of the


lead. Hope Carpenter came
through with a 97 which was
not good enough to stop the
determined Jamaicans.
However, Linda Lupica's 98
kept them in contention.
Puerto Rico's scores were
not indicative of the golf the
ladies play regularly, team
captain Brooke Stepnes
pointed out. "They fell apart
on the back nine. Tati was
about as consistent as
anybody, but still she didn't
play her game at all."
"This is a tough course," she
sighed. "I think it's breaking
everybody. We usually play
better than this." Stepnes
confirmed that Jamaica's 10
stroke lead has done little to
break their confidence.
Bahamas ladies champ Jean
Dunn shot the lowest score for
the local squad. Her 89 was
eight strokes better than Beryl
Higgs' score. The other four
players were in the low 100's.
The three round series
continued today and will
climax tomorrow with an
awards presentation at the
South Ocean Hotel.
The following are the gross
scores after the first round:
Jamaica 368, Puerto Rico -
378, Bahamas 389, Santo
Domingo 391, Guantanimo
Bay 416, St. Croix 426,
St. Thomas 476.
The following are the net
scores: Bahamas 327, Jamaica
- 333, Puerto Rico 333, St.
Croix 346, Guantanimo Bay
- 346, Santo Domingo 335,
St. Thomas 362.


PARTICIPANTS in the Caribbean Metal Products
tournament pose outside the South Ocean Golf Club
following Wednesday's flag raising ceremony. The
tournament, which began yesterday, ends tomorrow and
will climax with the awards presentation at the South
Ocean Hotel tomorrow evening.


115BBBI


Connors loses
TORONTO Unseeded
Juan Gisbert of Spain toppled
top-ranked Jimmy Connors,
7-6, 6-2, in Thursday's third
round of the $130,000
Canadian Open tennis
tournament.
"It was one of the biggest
wins of my career," said
Gisbert after beating the
Wimbledon champion from he
United States. "My game was
steady. I did not expect to beat
him."
In other competition, Tom
Okker of the Netherlands
downed John Alexander of
Australia, 7-6,7-5.
Jeanne Evert of the United
States defeated Paulina
Peisachov of Israel, 6-4, 6-2,
while American Julie Heldman
beat Racquel Giscafre of
Argentina, 6-2, 6-0.
Lancs in final
WORCESTER, ENGLAND
Barry Wood's batting and
Jack Simmons' bowling saw
Lancashire through to the final

of the Gillette cicket Cup
Thursday.
La nca shire beat
Worcestershire by 38 runs in a
game that had been postponed
24 hours because of rain.
Lancashire made 236 for 7 in
the allotted 60 overs, and then
bowled Worcestershire out for
208 in 59 overs.
Lancashire, who have won
the cup three times in four
years, will meet Kent in the
final at Lord's, Sept. 7.
A fine innings of 91 by


Wood laid the foundations of
Lancashire's success. He was
well supported by David
Lloyd, and Indian
',icketkeeper Farrokh
Engineer, who hit 30.
Worcestershire had to score
at almost four runs an over to
win, and were always slightly
behind the clock. Simmons,
with his off-spinners, captured
five wickets for 49 as
Worcestershire tried to force
the pace.
WBA president
PANAMA CITY, PANAMA
Panamanian Elias Cordoba
became the first Latin
American president of the
World Boxing Association
(WBA) Thursday.
Cordoba's first resolution
was to declare that Manila
would be the site of the 54th
WBA convention next year.
Cordoba was chosen to replace
retiring Robert Lee of Hawaii.
Cordoba until Thursday was
WBA vice president, lie is also
a former Panama boxing
commissioner.
The WEA is the rival
organization of the Mexico
city-based World Bowing
Council (WBC)

Swim pullout
VIENNA The Turkish
team pulled out of the
European swimming
championships Friday in the
wake of the explosive situation
in the Mediterranean.
Only two days before the
championship was due to start,
organizers said they had
received no word from Greece
which was scheduled to already
have sent a 25-member squad
to Vienna.
Turkey had planned to send
a team of 30 swimmers and
officials before the trouble
between the two countries over
Cyprus.
Meanwhile, swimmers from
25 other countries prepared in
a heat-wave for the 13th
European championships.
Reports from Assocated Presr


GARY SOBERS
retiring


LONDON One of the
world's greatest
all-rounders, West Indian
cricketer Gary Sobers,
announced today he is
retiring from first-class
cricket.
Sobers, the only cricketer
ever to hit six sixes off one
six-ball over, said he will quit
his club, Nottinghamshire, at
the end of the current cricket
season later this month


STOCKTON & MURPHY

LEAD IN HARTFORD


WETHERSFIELD,
CONNECTICUT Dave
Stockton and redhaired Bob
Murphy shot widely dissimilar
65-six under par and tied for
the first-round lead Thursday
in the $200,000 Sammy Davis
Jr. Greater Hartford Open
golf tournament.
Stockton, hobbling over the
6,598-yard Wethersfield
Country Club course with a
bone bruise on his right foot,
dropped three 25-foot putts
and holed three more in the
12-to 15-foot range.
"I've been saving 'em up for
awhile," said Stockton, already
the winner of two titles this
year.
Murphy, on the other hand,
had it so close to the hole he
didn't have a birdie putt of
more than six feet and missed


two others of about the same
length.
"I had a chance for a really,
really low round," said
Murphy, on the comeback
from a hand injury that
threatened to end his carrier.
Those two shared a
one-stroke advantage over
rookie Eddie Pearce and
Australian veteran Bruce
Devlin, tied at 66.
Hubert Green, a three-time
winner this season and one of
the game's brightest young
stars, George Johnson, Don
Bies and Jerry McGee followed
at 67.
Lee Trevino, winner of the
PGA National Championship
last week, bogeyed two of his
last three holes for a 68 and
was tied at that figure with
more than a dozen others. (AP)


IBM beat CAD &

earn playoff place


HERMAN Johnson's
eight-hit, eight strikeout
mound performance was ably
backed up by Larry Bingham's
two for five, seven run
producing bat as International
Business Machine defeated
Civil Aviation Department 16-5
last night earning themselves a
place in the championship
playoffs.
They play the winner of the
BaTelCo-Royal Bank
encounter which is expected to
be resolved Saturday at 12
noon. The Commercial League
playoffs begin next week.
IBM showed their worth
from the top of the first when
they battered starter Eddie
Rodgers into submission with
four runs off three hits. These
included Crestwell Pratt's rbi
single and Bingham's three run
homer over the left field fence.
Relief Joe Reckley, who
came from the outfield, had


little effect on IBM. He went
on to give up nine hits and 12
runs.
CAD barely had a chance.
Their biggest inning was the
bottom of the third when they
scored three runs off four hits.
However, by then, IBM had
already compiled 13 runs.
J oh nson showed fine
pitching form. He struck out
the side in the first innings and
allowed only two hits in the
second. The second hit drove
in Joe Reckley with CAD's
first run.
Reckley who topped the
losers' oftence with a two for
two at bat collected his second
hit with a scorching rbi triple
in the fourth.
Such hits seemed to be the
least of young Johnson's
worries, lie survived the
following innings and silenced
CAD on one hit for the
remaining two.


Sobers, 38, told newsmen he
cannot face the strain of
another season of playing
cricket seven day s a week.
He has scored more than
27,000 runs in his career.
Sobers idolized around the
cricket-playing world, has
suffered many injuries in his
career.
Although he did not
mention them when he
announced his retirement,
cricket commentators have
speculated in the last few
months, that they could
influence his expected decision
to quit the game.
The British John Player
Cricket Book, one of the most
authoritative publications on
the sport, described Sobers this
year as "the ultimate cricketer:
the greatest and most complete
all-rounder in cricket history,
and an athlete with the grace
and presence of a master."
Sobers' contract with
Nottinghamshire, one of
England's major country clubs,
was scheduled to expire next
month.
He said he has no firm plans
for the future but hopes to
retain his links with the game
that made him famous.
He rates more than 40 pages
*in Wisden, the cricketers'
almanac -- more even than
Australian Don Bradman and
other all-time cricket greats. He


holds an impressive string of
records.
He is. one of only three
batsmen to score 1,000 runs in
a season in each of four Test
matches against different
countries. The other two are
English stars Geoff Boycott
and Colin Cowdrey.
He has scored more than
8,500 runs in 94 Test matches
including 28, centuries and a
world Test rtord of 365 not
out. lie has also taken more
than 200 wickets i;,
international Tests plus
another 80U in non-Test
encounters.
He has hit t e most runs off
one over th se six sixes, off
Glamorgan bu vler M. A. Nash
in 1968 at Swa sea.
Sobers was born in the
Caribbean islar d of Barbados.
He was a cricke -crazy kid who
earned his re utation as a
strongarm bats n with an eye
for an opening before he was
15.
He made his debut for
Barbados against dia in
1952-53 when he was o)y 16.
But he also is a darling
bowler. He could twist a'vl
spin the ball with a bewildering*
variety of left-arm bowling.
He captained the West Indies
for years before coming to
England to lead Nottingham-
shire in 1968 and revive the
club's flagging fortunes. (AP)


Burnside eliminated

in world cycle meet


MONTREAL There were
few surprises Thursday in the
first qualifying round of the
Amateur sprint competition at
the World Cycling
Championships.
The European riders
continued their almost total
domination of the event as it
moved through its second day.
As expected, Daniel Morelon
of France six-time world
champion simply played a
cat-and-mouse game with his
less experienced opponents in
the opening race of the I19-heat
event.
Morelon handily defeated
Rolando Hiso of the Phillipines
and Mariumi Mahammed Mabr
of Libya and finished the final
lap of the three-lap race sitting
on his saddle while his
opponents were up in the
stirrups and pumping.
Another cyclist from
France, Alex Pontet, the


heir-apparent to Morelon's
crown, had an equally easy
time with Xavier Mirander of
Jamaica and Mostapha Bouhya
of Morocco.
About the only upset of the
day was recorded when Gilbert
Hatton of the United States
grabbed the lead coming out of
the final turn of the last 200
meters to defeat Freedhelm
Kirchartz of West Germany.
Andriej Bek of Poland
needed a photo finish to beat
out Jairo Leopoldo
Diaz-Santos of Colombia in
another heat. but Diaz-Santos
made up for it in the repechage
series that followed.
The Colombian finished
second to Ernest Crutchlow of
Great Britain, but the
Englishman was disqualified by
the judges for pushing during a
jam on the track.
Jeffrey Burnside from the
Bahamas was eJlminated. (AP)


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Dodgers lose again
THE DEL Jane Saints defeated St. Michaels Dodgers 7-6 to
move into the League's second spot, one game behind defending
champions Nassau Mets. Going into yesterday's game both St.
Michaels and Del Jane carried an 8 and 3 record.
The Mets have already clinched the title, while both the
Dodgers and the Mets have one more game left to nlav.
The three top teams are, The Nassau Mets 9 and 1. Del Jane
Saints 9 and 3, and St. Michaels Dodgers 8 and 3.


Rome
Paris
London
Berlin
Amsterdam
BrIusels
Madrid
Moscow
Stockholm
New York
San Francisco
Los Angeles
Chicago
Miami
Tokyo
Hong Kong
Buenos Aires
Montreal
Honlulu
Toronto
Rio
Lisbon
Tehran
Seoul
Bangkok
Taipei
Vancouver


MIN
73
68
63
64
61
64
68
50
59
66
55
64
66
77
7S
81
37
48
72
so
64
63
77
72
81
79
54


MAX
97 sunny
93 fair
72 cloudy
93 sunny
82 sunny
77 sunny
97 sunny
63 clear
68 cloudy
86 clear
61 clear
77 cloudy
75 rain
46 clear
82 cloudy
88 sunny
54 clear
73 clear
90 clear
75 clear
91 cloudy
90 sunny
97 clea
90 clear
82 rain
93 sunny
70 clear


Par time 30 min. AP Newsf


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Big fight

tonight
BAHAMIAN International
heavyweight Wendell
Newton, returning to his
hometown ring after a year's
absence, comes with victory
in his eyes. He meets
Jamaica's Oliver Wright in
tonight's 10 round main
event at the Nassau Stadium.
Sammy "Kid" Barr meets
K. 0. Grant in an eight round
semi-final event.
UMPIRE KILLED
HUGO YARNOLD, former
professional cricketer who set a
world wicket-keeping record,
was killed in a car accident in
Leamington, England, last
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