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Publication Date: August 21, 1974
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(Registered with Postmaster of Bahamas for postage concession within the Bahamas Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


TWO (RIMI-I, IlGTINNG
measures were passed
unanimously by the House
today. They stiffen penalties
for illegal gun possession and
widen authorities' pouwes to
watchdog airfields and thus
slow the drug traffic.
One of the bills made
sweeping changes in the
Firearms Act, and the second
amended the Civil Avi.itioni
Act.
Home Affairs Minister
Darrell I Rolle moved lor
passage of the Firearms Act
amendments.
"I think this bill is very
timely," lie said, comingl at a
time when traditional respect
Of law and order seems to be
tinder constant assault. not1
only here but all over tlhe
world. We need to reassert the
seriousness with which we view
the illegal possession of
firearms. The Government will
not tolerate mass possession of
guns by persons who have no
business possessing them," lie
said.
lic noted thai crimes
involving the use of firearms
are on the increase, and said
"The ultimate result is that
society is terrified and the
public's peace of minId
disappears."
Drawing pairticiilar attlenlion
to a section of the bill that \ ill
for the first tinite tetici
licensing of BB ind other t
guns, the Minister made it clear.
that "it is the intention otf the
Govern ment to biiIn Ilic
importation of BB guns into
this country altogether."
The ban would he el.C:lcd
the appropriatee way," lie said.
lie pointed out that mnani
children have lost thlien
eyesight and even adults ha Wc
been seriously injured by
airguns in the hands of children
and other irresponsible peopleC.


Mr. Roker rose on 'a poinl
of order" as Mr. Lighithotuiin
began introducing his inotlon.
lie said appointment of thec
committee would set .1
"dangerous precedent i
because of the vagueness ot Ithe
committee's terls l ti
reference.
lie pointed out that the
committee would be able to
enquire into "all 1mt1.teis
relating to Arawak 'ay."
The motion, he said was "'is
ridiculous as someone askinu'
for a committee to investigate
the island of Andros or Neso
Providence. How can lhe
House make itself so ridiculous
as to debate this niatter."
He urged Mr. Lighthoubrn to
reconsider his motion
But the Speaker said "I ha\e
listened very carefully but thli
rules of the House don't let mile
or anyone else prevent thiitt
debate."
Appointed to the comtnittee
were Mr. Lightbourn, Mr.
Solomon, Cyril Tynes
(F NM-Crooked Island).,
Franklyn Wilson (PLP-Grants
Town), Henry Bown(PLP-West
End) Sinclair Out'ten ( PI.P-St.
Barnabas) and Edmund Moxev
(PLP-Coconut Grosel


'Stop list
Mr Lighthourn. hlio his
probed' e\hensi\el\ ito thi -
aflairs of1 1l Roberli \ .,, i
the Bahamas. Idlast iiinI
sought to getl re'-oluliiion
noted h\ tlie Illouse it, haij


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VOL. LXXI, No. 225 Wednesday, August 21, 1974 Price: 20 Cents


Tourists down 13.6 percent in July, 8 percent in year--POLICE Sweetheart
AIR AND SEA arrivals to spokesman pointed out fares brought on by the During the January-July count for July, 1973.
the Bahamas continue to several negative factors that climbing jet-fuel prices has period of this year 615,360 Despite a decline in air-sea VICTIM
plummet Ministry of have curbed the progress of also been cited as a reason for visitors arrived by air arrivals last month, the
Tourism figures show today world travel in recent the decline in travel, compared to 636.150 who F.milv of Out Islands have FLOWN de a t

decline of 13.6 per cent last inflation and recession in the Air arrivals to the Bahamas otsf ty eTO MIAMIai*'v*
month compared to the 1973 U.S.A., he said for the first seven month mon of a na il
July visitor total, while the 1974 have decreased 3.3 per The total air-sea arrival seven montlis of this year. PO1.ICF fingerprint expert. II
tourist total for the ye.r It was also pointed out cent compared to air arrivals count for the Bahamas in This represents 1an increase of I indsberg Walkinc. 23, who
compared to last year is down that applications for U.S. for the January-July period July was -139,092, which 4.7 per cent over 106.637 was admitted to the Princess
nearly 8 percent, passports this year have fallen of 1973, a Ministry of represents a decline of 13.6 which was the- air-sea visitor Margaret Hospital on Sunday RUPFRT DIiAN Lane Mather said.
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FTill NATIONAI. INSURANCE Scheme will come into operation on October 7,
Liabour ld National IInsurance Minister Clifford L. Darling told The Tribhitie this
alftcrioon.
The Minister's disclosure of the target date which is more than two years after the National
Insurance Act passed through the legislature followed his tabling in the House of Assembly of
the 11 sets of regulations that will govern the operation of the joint-contributory social security


system.
Th'nic Nalional Insurance
reguilt ions. untilike the
regular tions made under most
acts, must bu approved 'by
resolutiits p asscd hllrough
both the House of Assembly
and the Senate before lacking
S I'ffect.
S I here is litti- uoittl that tlhe
regulations will get the
legislative nod, and the Oct. 7
date is virtually guaranteed.
The regulations tabled today
in the House are scheduled' or
debate when the House next
meets on September 11I.
Deputy Prime Minister Arthur
I). Ilanna, in moving for
adjoiiirnment to Sepl I I, said


CLIFFORD DARLING
Target date
the three-week break was
considered necessary to give
IHouse members sufficient time
to study the lengthy
regulations.
T'abled for approval were
regulations relating to
classification, persons abroad
an d voluntarily insured
persons, contributions,
collection of contributions,
determination of claims and
quest ions, claims and
payy ments. medical
certification general benefits
and assistance, mariners,
stevedores and share fishermen,
f:nanucial and accounting
hitters s a d appeals and
refe rence s.
Participation in the scheme
is mandatory for every working
person in the Bahamas above
school-leaving age ( 16 years).
The scheme is to provide
general benefits in case of
maternity, sickness, invalidity,
retirement and death of
insured persons.
Industrial benefits are to be
pa. a.ible for injury, disability or
death arising from the insured
person's performance of his
job.
Various degrees of assistance
are to ie offered also in cases
of sickness, invalidity, death
and non-contributory old age
pensioners.
The n:ost-criticised feature
of the scheme is its failure to
offer any assistance' 'of any
kind to unemployed persons.




SEE
BRIGHT NEW FASHIONS
AT
OLD FASHIONED
L PRICES
ad:rfl)~f!


Cash benefits for sickness
".d maternity will vary from
$10 a week to $54 a week,
depending on which of six
warp "e "'egories the iw'-red
person comes into.
Injury benefits will range
from $13.50 to $54 a week.
Other general benefits
(retirement, invalidity and
survivors') will have a basic rate
of 30 percent of the worker's
insurable wage, being higher or
lower depending on the
contributions made.
The contributions, too, will
depend on an insured person's
income.
A worker earning less than
$20 a week will have to
contribute 25 cents a week
while his employer pays $S 1.10.
Someone earning between
$30 and $40 will pay 50 cents
to National Insurance
compared with his employer's
contribution of $2.15.
Wage-earners taking home
between $40 and $50 a week
will be assessed for an 85-cent
weekly National Insurance
contribution, while his
employer will pay $3.60.


TilH HOUSE today
unanimously approved
appointment of a select
committee to investigate aH
matters relating to Arawak
Cay.
IHouse approval came after
Speaker Arlington G. Butler
over-ruled a bid by Health
Minister A. Loftus Roker to
forstall detate on what he
termed a "ridiculous" motion.
Asking for the committee
and appointed as its chairman
was Clarence Town M. P.,
Michael Lighthourn, who said
it was "a shame" to have the
Cay just "sitting there" when it
was "prime real estate with
tremendous potential."
Mr. Lightbourn empasised
that he was interested not only
in discovering for the public's
bebefit why the Cay has been
left undeveloped for so long,
but also in trying to formulate
recommendations for its
development in the future.
He recalled that the
man-made island at the western
end of Nassau Harbour was
completed in 1969. when
Government said it would
build a freight terminal at its
eastern end and reserve the rest
for ' u n specified
development."
It was not until May last
year. he recalled. that
Government said it had plans
to break ground in July for the
s'lart of a $100 million resort
complex on the Cay.
The complex, he said, was,
according to the Government
announcemnet to include four
hotels, a marina. beach and
enterlainmnent facilities and


If you earn from $60 to $80
a week your contribution will
amot nt to $2.40 while your
employer will have to pay
$3.80.
You will pay $3.10 a week
and your employer $4.85 if
you earn between $80 and
$100 a week.
Anyone earning more than
$100 a week will contribute
$3.80, against his employer's
contribution of $5.95.
The Government is expected
to face stiff opposition from
Irade unions representing
workers in Government
employ if the Widows and
Orphans Pension Fund is not
abolished before the scheme
comes into operation.
The Fund and National
Insurance offer similar pension
benefits.
Teachers. civil servants and
Government corporation
employees are demanding that
their monthly contributions
over the years to the Widows
and Orphans Pension Fund be
refunded before the
over-lapping National
Insurance comes into effect.


condominiums.
Up to 3.000 workers were to
have been involved in the
construction and the
completed complex was billed
as providing permanent
employment for over 2,000.
"This was over a year ago
and we are still waiting for
something to happen on
Arawak Cay," Mr. Lightbourn
declared.
lie added that Government's
recent purchase of three Cable
Beach Hotels "leads me to
believe that Arawk Cay, if it
was ever seriously going to be
developed, has been shelved. I
think the public is entitled to
know what is happening at
Arawak Cay."
Ile said if there were no real
Government plans now for its
development. "there are a lot
of people who I know wourd
be willing to give their ideas."
Supporting Mr. Light bourn's
request for the committee were
Sir Roland Symonette
( I nd.-Shirlea). Norman
Solomon (FNM-St. George &
Dunmore) and Errington
Watkins (Ind.-Marsh Harbour).
Government members, aside
from Mr. Roker's early
internruption, said nothing in
the debate before voting for
appointment.


THI MINISTER of Home
Affairs. Darrell Rolle. today)
refused to give Mr Michael
Light.hourn (Ind. Clarence
Town) the names or the
nu ibe of persons on the
Bahamias government's
immigration "stop list".


county for (ie January-July
period of last year.


The pemlly for the
importation of or possession of
an unlicensed firearm is to be
raised tromn two years or S500
to impiisonmncnl for up to four
years. Ihe existing penalty of
six months or S150 for
possession iof any other kind of
unlicensed firearm or
amimuniton is to be doubled.
Poss.'essor of .1 shortened
smooth bore liirearni will be
liable to ten years in prison,
compared to thie existing
penalty o)t 18 monIIts tor 300,
An amnesty lasting at about
a month will follinw the
opeIrative daite of the
amndiltnts, to allow persons
posscssi;g unlicensed firearms
to tutn iIhem in to authorities
without I..r of punishment.
Nori i.n Solomon ( FNM-St.
Geor'c ,o D-unmiore) suggested
tha (,ci mcinienit arrange to
offer "bihti',nti al rewards" for
inform mitionm leading to
convict ion Ifor illegal
possession i'If ticarnis. lie
pointed o t that ill a recently
c,oN ovct -100,000 was spent
in .1 truilk. altelnmpl to locate
c L .Mviclt.'i duit-snmuggler. but
lhie convict w\s iirested within
.20 inunitce- of the posting of a
s.000 rcvOtIndl.
t le aumiendulents to tI le (ivil
,\\iti(in A:\ \t ic n IIt eii for
Ili (sC .icltt in byv Ioiirisri
i n \ s i on[ Minister
( i,' i nt I \l.i\ i atir .
I lie aMnic 1 )l(icnl will rcituirc
I.'isti .Iton! (I all ol thlie more
I lun 50 air fields in the
li,llnanas. anld will provide
,,ilt pcnallies for owning.
1)I(1 (lin 01 using an
il Ie gisc t eil .iir lcldi.
I lie a.iin ld liii ts will
,m tower ,aitt oriti.'s i( o inspect
.n.% iregsleled ;arflicld, private
', ptilblic. iIt jny time of the
,!l or night t I'l provision is
ippar.cntly aniied .at allowing
ill p1 ise visits to previously
Sn-contr ll ed a iis r I ps
-'peeled in tinvoleinenlt in
i citill tclvi ies such -is the
iinsport ol cltingerous dltrugs.
Anyone who builds an
(ilie Id w ith lio i prior
1CltIeisteil aitnficl, o plate s a)
I I'lteJled aii field for an
,inl aiwIul purpose. or is a pilot
.' J lands at otr takes off from
.; uniegCislleed iiikItl except
,n cn iemrgcn'ci. v\sill ie liable
i itine ol tip to S2,500 on to
I secars' in tail ol both.
\li. M\la .iid said that, asidc
: 'ii coi tihillt ng the drug
11 llc, he bill will help curtail
ll ,al cmigrailion and to
S'prove arrival statistics
. 'ded o) plan the
,i< elo|p!iene l of facilities.


suffering from injuries after a
two car collision on lPrince
Charles Avenue. was
transferred to the Jackson
Memorial Hospital. Miami.
Florida late last night.
Constable Walkine is the
second victim of the same
accident to be flown to
Miami for surgery. lie is
suffering from a broken neck
and is paralysed from his
waist down.
Jean Vanderpool. a
42-year-old architect of
Nassau Fast, was transferred
to Jackson Memorial Hospital
on Sunday night.
Vanderpool who was
operated on Monday is
suffering from a fractured
skull, jaw bone, facial bones
and two broken ribs.
Following this operation, he
was listed as "fair."
Both Vanderpool and
Walkine are detained in tihe
neurosurgical ward of the
hospital.
Police officer Clifton
Ferguson, 20 and Kirk
Knowles, who were also
involved in the same accident.
are still detained in the male
surgical ward of the Princess
Margaret Hospital where they
are suffering from multiple
lacerations about the head
and face.
Today hospital authorities
reported their conditions as
"fair and improving".
The police officers
reportedly were driving a
yellow Ford Maverick, which
belonged to the Police
Department when they
crashed into a black Dodge
Challenger, driven by Kirk
Knowles. Vanderpool was a
passenger in the car with
Knowles.
The Maverick, which was
driven by Constable Walkine,
was completely wrecked and
ti e C challenger was
extensively damaged.


ciarpenuter joue bi D. vmatnc, They went t
blind in one eye after a potash Police Station a
throwing incident with his advised by Fr
sweetheart Doreen Strachan, repeat what he
43. was yesterday sent to Mather said he
prison for f8-nionths after a officers were p
Supreme Court jury convicted time, he said.
him of causing her death in a The incident
March 2 fire. following an argi
Mather 39, accused ot sweetheart at h
murdering Strachan by on Anderson Si
sprinkling kerosene oil around lIe told the
her and setting afire the carpet control of him
she slept on at the home of her threatened to th
employer, Mildred Archer, was his eye.
also found guilty of arson. He lie lost his si
had pleaded not guilty. eye after she ha
The jury returned their with potash
verdicts after deliberating late previously, he sa
yesterday for one hour. lie was also struck him
found unanimously guilty of with a bottle on
manslaughter and arson. incident.
Chief Justice Sir Leonard J. Prior to def
Knowles sentenced him to Henry Bostwicl
prison for six and a half years case for the a
on the manslaughter finding witness Det. Cha
and to four years on the arson a statement to t
charge. The tour year sentence was purportedly
is to be served concurrent to by Mather.
the 18-month sentence. challenged th
Mather told the jury, in however on
an unsworn statement from the Mather gave it
prisoners' dock, that he promise by auth
informed police authorities he
set the fire after making a In it, Mathi
confession to St. Joseph's been drinking
parish priest, Rev. Fr. John argument with
Sullivan, O.S.B. had she not t
lIe said le told the priest he what she had
wanted to turn himself in to his eyes, he w
police after it was suggested to able to control I
him by Fr. Sullivan. Father Miller was
Sullivan had informed him that prosecution witr
he was unable to turn him over testify by Solic
to the police if Mather did not Langton Hilton
wish t* do it voluntarily, which opened oi

Vets congress


DR. J.
secretary-treasurer
Bahliaia Islands
Association repress
association at a co
in Port of Spain, 1T
week.
The congress
called the


'
hO


o the central l
nd after being
. Sullivan to
had confessed.
did so. Several
resent at the

nt occurred
ument with his
er work place
street, he said.
court he lost
self after she
brow potash in

ght in the left
ad injured him
i sometime
id. lie said she
n in the back
the day of the

ence attorney
k opening his
accused, police
irles Miller read
he court which
y volunteered
The defence
ie statement
grounds that
only after a
orities.
er said he had
following the
Strachan and
old him about
(lone to one of
would have been
himself.
one of several
nesses called to
itor General T.
during the trial
n Monday.


DAVIES. Veterinary Association
of the Congress, was held in
Veterinary conjunction with the
sented his Commonwealth Veterinary
)ngress held Association regional council
rinidad, last meeting.
The president of the
Commonwealth Association is
which was Sir Dawda Jawara. president of
Caribbean the Gantmbia.


Union chief warns on Lucayan


I1IIt 1B3()ODYF, president
of the Grand Bahama Ilotel
Workers Union. warned today:
'"Th time nay come when the
os ners and managers of lhe
Luicayin Beaceh Hotel may have
to say goodbye to Grand
Bah.inm,u because they are
opcruaing that hotel to
the detriment of the Bahamian
people."
lie said in a press statement
lodiay that the nimajority of
workers at tile IlIxury Freeport
hotel work i ai.\ximim of two
days per week "and when they
get I heir checks for working
those It w days, soie ofn the
checks bounce all over the
banks," he said.
'h lie union president said
that union officials met with
the general manager of the
hotel "time and time again"
but every time. he tells themni
the same thing: "There is no
money." Ile charged that if
the hotel is experiencing
financial difficulties, it would
be better for it to close down
rather than having its
employees work and at the end
of the week, "can't find the
first penny to pay them."


By E. Rahming
According to Mr. Bodye.
union officials met with
general manager Joseph B.
llendne to find out when the
coffee shop would be
re-opened but Mr. IHendrie was
unable to tell them.
The Coffee Shop was closed
down on June I "and at that
time the manager assured us
that it would re-open one
month later," Mr. Bodye said.
lIe warned that the union
would apply "serious pressure"
to the Lucayan Beach Hotel if
mtanagemnent does not take
quick steps to ensure that the
w,)rkers "put in more time on
their jobs per week."
He said it was impossible for
hotel workers to survive under
such conditions "in the light of
the fact that the cost of hlivng
is sky high."
The union president said

Consumer

THE FIRST edition of a
monthly Consumer Education
Bulletin was released by the
Prices Commission this week.


Bank robbery trial opens


IS I A 11 'I L LMORI1 "
(ocbhookc. onie t three men
uehrged with the January 18
.mlned robbery of the Queen's
I lh.'\vwa.y Barclays Bank told
ilrors that thie S5.000 police
look trom his wife swas money
thty were saving for a down
I'yi llte nt on a house.
It was not a portion of the
monle\ t taken from the bank he
so 1t as he told the court that
I I .ecn October and
December, last year, he
hInorowed over S3.000 of it
iioim the Bank of Nova Scotia
( olcbrooke I.',si to take the


' silence
\i Veso put on the "stop
nit i-., i '.\e min m'inn indI
I I i n I'\ I 11 in 11111 l i i i
,tJ., ug in ,, i I ihe count .
Bun in ielbJe with I)epuity
I'mnie Min-Tc .\Aihur IHanna it


witness stand, is represented
by attorney Michael Ilorton.
lie is jointly accused with
Ilzekiel Baillou, 29, and
Erskine Darling, 32.
lIe denied taking part in the
robbery when cross-examined
by prosecution counsel,
Algernon Allen. He questioned
him at length on a statement
said to have been voluntarily
given police by co-accused
Ba illou, a for me r
schoolteach.'r.
Baillou's statement named
Colebrooke as the driver of the
getaway car and the person


VJs pointed out thai the House
ol Assembnlh could not direct
the Cahinet. who are all
collectively\ responsilhk for
inliirationii ti ters

As a resull Mr I ipghihourn,
withdiew Ilis resoll ion.


who took two shares of the
stolen $90,000, a portion going
to Barclays Bank teller Ed
Thomas.
Thomas was originally
charged with the three but
pleaded guilty at the outset of
the trial.
Colebrooke said the
statement was not the truth.
He and his wife were saving
their money for a home
lie said he borrowed about
$3.000 from the bank last
year, in his account for how he
came hby the money.
No\J SScoli hank officer N
Burroughs itlified thdat he had
made out a loan to
('olehrooke and his wife in
October when ( olchrooke
iL i stilted % l i or medical
Itrle inieCi lHe sjaid however,
thai di no time did he give
( lc brooke and his wife
x..000 calsh


that the owner of the hotel,
Eric Andrcieh hs refused toi
pli any inore ntmoney into the
operation because the hotel is
no longer profitable.
"Government should take a
serious look at the Lucayan
Beach Hotel because the
workers are being mistreated
by the officials ot llie hotel,"
Mr. Bodye charged.
I he hotel began to
experience financial problems
and a sluip in occupancy last
December when its Monte
Carlo Casino licence expired.
The hotel applied to
overn ment for a renewal of
its casino licence but up to
now. the licence has not been
renewed.
Officials of the hotel could
not be contacted by The
Tribune today for coniment on
the Grand Bahamra Hotel
union's charges.

Bulletin

The bulletin contains basic
information a consumer should
know and a basic guide to
assist food shoppers.

Deputy Prime Minister and
Minister of Finance Arthur
lianna said in a brief l'oreword
to the bulletin that the world is
in "the most serious crisis of
price increases ever
experienced since wartime."
"During 1973," he said,
"the Government succeeded
through the price control laws
and regulations in keeping the
price of food items down by
five-ten per cent and the cost
of fuels by about 45 per cent
for the benefit of the
consumer."


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ITEMS IMMEDIATELY!!

Mo "str. AV^ .


In hp


In releasing the monthly
figures, '.Ministry of Tourism


by 15 per cent. ',
The sharp increase bftlir


Tourism spokesman said
today.


per cent below 160,962
which was the air-sea visitor


Insurance


starts


House goes




to war


on crime


October


By MIKE LOTHIAN I


Yes to Arawak Cay probe


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2 THE TRIBUNE--- Wednesdy,Auust 21, g


McGO VERN'S

WIFE

TELLS OF

EAGLETON

'TRAGEDY
NI W YORK The wife of
Senator George Mc(Govern,
South Dakota Democrat, says
he reversed his "'1.000 per
cent" support of his 1972 Vice
Presidential running mate,
Senator Thomas IFagleton, only
after "long confidential hours
on the telephone with doctors
and psychiatrists'
I' leanor Mc(wvern says that
thie tmehcal men were
cautiouss but deeply .iiMbk Il
in their private discussions of
. sclosure I: Ihat Iagleton had
hbeen hospitahled several tlimes
lot depression.
She said they were
concerned "about the
possibility that history might
one day thruli It a person with
recurrent maniac-depressive
tendencies into the
president ."
"So me said the illness lhad a
bhiilt -in periodiity she
added
Mrs. McGovem describes the
"'(reek t ragedy\ of the
I aglcton aIfair and her
husband',s doomed campaign
for the pIesCidenci in "Uphill:
A Personal Stor," .written
with the aid of her former
press secrcitarv Mar\y Finch
Iloyt.
Mrs,. Mc(;vcrn recalls a
breakfast meeting in their
vacation cabin in the Black
Ilills of South Dakota during
which she said both I agleton
and his wite conceded it had
been a mistake "to keep the
mental health matter quiet"
when Mciovern chose the
Missouri Seinator ais his running
mate,
She alo r" ii sitting
behind I aglect i a: he told hisi
*tory 1, the picss, and noting,
that 'lie v.as perspiring
through his jacket and
trembling so hard that I feared
he could not continue."
"'I iterally sat ready to
biltak hi,, fall," slhe adds. (APt.


Vacation Homesites in the


ALBANY While serving as Governor
of New York state, Nels6n A. Rockefeller
steadfastly refused' to give a public
estimate of his wealth.
A persistent questioner would be told:
"My federal and state taxes over each of
the last 20 years have never been below
seven figures."
Rockefeller is the son of oil billionaire
John D. Rockefeller Jr. and his family
fortune is estimated at $1 billion. He also
is eligible for a pension from New York


GENERAL Motors
announced today that in
response to a request by
President Ford it will
partially roll back a planned
price increase for 1975 cars.
GM said it would reduce
the scheduled increase by an
average $54 from the
previously announced figure.

THE SOVIET Union said
today that industrial nations
are using the world
population issue as a
smokescreen to hide their
imperial designs.
Imperialism not lack of
birth control i "the main
obstacle in the progress of
developing nations," the chief
Soviet delegate told the U.N.
World Population conference.

PRESIDENT Ford
declared that "there will be
no federal mandatory wage
and price controls" and that
he intends to combat
inflation by monitoring any
increases through the cost of
living council.
Both the House and Senate
have approved slightly
differing versions of
legislation requested by Ford
to revive the commission.

VICE President-designate
Nelson Rockefeller said he
believes President Ford has
every intention of seeking
election in 1976 to a full
four-year term.

THE WRECKAGE of a
missing U.S. Air Force C-141
Transport was found Tuesday
strewn on a snow swept
Meseta in Central Bolivia and
a search patrol confirmed al.
seven crewmen on board have
perished.
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years of service.
His land holdings are extensive and
offer a hint of his wealth.
He and other members of the
Rockefeller family live on a 150-acre
compound within a 4,180-acre estate at
Pocantico Hills in Westchester County.
They share several swimming pools, a
nine-hole golf course, and a "playhouse"
that has an indoor pool, two indoor


tennis courts, a movie theatre,
gymnasium and library.
Rockefeller's house has an
underground gallery for his priceless
collection of modern art.
In addition, Rockefeller has a luxury
apartment on Fifth Avenue in New York
City, a 1,200-acre ranch in the mountains
of Venezuela, a summer estate at Seal
Harbor, Maine, and a home in
Washington. (AP)


Turkey 'ready for


reasonable


TURKISH Premier
Bulent Ecevit said today
Turkey is ready to negotiate
"reasonable" changes in the
demarcation line carved out by
Turkish forces on Cyprus, and
that he is "more optimistic
than before that Cyprus
negotiations can start again."
He said he and British
Ambassador Sir Horace Philips
met for 45 minutes in Ankara
and discussed possibilities for
restarting the talks and that
Britain is contacting all the
parties involved.
Ecevit told newsmen he is
willing to meet with Greek
Premier Constantine
Caramanlis "anywhere,
anytime."
Ecevit said Turkey has made
an open call to all
parties--Greek Cypriots,
Greece and Britain for
immediate negotiations on a
Cyprus settlement.
"Until the final status is
settled chaos will reign on the
island," he said. "I he Greek
Cypriots will suffer from this
at least as much, in fact more
than the Turks."
Ecevit said there is an
absolute need for separate
areas for the Greek and
Turkish Cypriots because of
ethnic, religious and cultural
differences.
"There is no concept of a
Cyprus nation on either side.
No one can speak of a Cypriot
nation. If they live separately
b..t side by side they will find
the possibility of an
agreement," he said.
The Turkish Cypriot


community on
numbers 120,000. Th
Cypriots number 520,0
The Turks invaded
July 20 five days after
National Guard
overthrew the constitu
elected President, Arc
Makarios, with a plan
Cyprus to Greece.
The Turks now
more that one-third
island in the northea
boundary runs roughly
Lefka in the west 65 r
the main port of Fama
the east.
The United
reported that Turkish
have already ordered
peacekeeping personnel
Famagusta.
Informed sources in
said Tuesday the


changes'

Cyprus government is going ahead
e Greek with plans to set up a
)00. self-sufficient Turkish Cypriot
Cyprus state in the northern part of
a Greek Cyprus.
coup The sources said the Turkish
itionally government still wants Cyprus
bishop to become a federation of
to join Greek and Turkish Cypriot
state. But they said Premier
control Ecevit is not waiting for the
of the Greeks and Greek Cypriots to
st. The withdraw their opposition to
y from the modified form partition
miles to Turkey is demanding.
gusta in
The sources reported that a
Nations special Turkish government
i forces commission has been set up to
U. N. oversee the programme and
I out of that an aide of Ecevit is on
Cyprus to determine what is
Ankara needed for a Turkish Cypriot
Turkish administration. (AP)


Gunman 'did not

see he shot envoy'


WASHINGTON The
gunman who killed the
American Ambassador to
Cyprus fired through an
Embassy window papered
over because of wartime
blackout procedures, a State
Department spokesman said.
"Whoever shot did not
see what he was shooting at,"
spokesman Robert Anderson
said, adding that indications
are that the gunfire came
from a building under
construction estimated at
between 50 to 100 yards


Bonnie and Clyde's

driver shot dead
HOUSTON William Daniel "Deacon" Jones, 58. once a
member of the infamous Bonnie and Clyde gang, was shot
to death Tuesday during quarrel over a woman, police said.
Jones was slain as he sat outside a northeast Houston
home.
Once a driver for the Bonnie Parker-Clyde Barrow gang,
Jones served a six-year sentence for taking part in a 1934
murder of a Fort Worth deputy sheriff.
In 1968, Jones filed a $175,000 damage suit against
Warner Bros.-7 Arts, Inc., producers of the movie "Bonnie
and Clyde."
He said the movie invaded his privacy and erroneously
portrayed him as the fingerman in the slaying of the
outlaws.
Jones claimed he was depicted in the movie as the
getaway driver. Jones said he was a member of the gang
from December 1932 until September 1933.
There is no record of Jones collecting anything in the
suit.
Police said they had a man in custody in the slaying of
Jones.




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from the embassy.
Anderson appeared to
absolve the Cypriot security
forces of responsibility for
the incident in which
Ambassador Rodger P. Davies
and a Greek Cypriot embassy
secretary were killed.
He said Cypriot police
responded immediately to a
call from the embassy for
protection against a
demonstration which was
forming outside.
Anderson said U.S.
Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger was to be present
today at Andrews Air Force
Base for the arrival of Davies'
remains.
A planeside service and
19-gun salute are planned
after which Davies' family
will accompany his remains
on a flight to California.


Cinderella

Twiggy
LONDON Twiggy
(pictured), the slimline
British model turned movie
star, will make her stage
debut this Christmas.
She will play Cinderella in
a pantomime being produced
in London.
Twiggy, who starred in the
screen movie The Boyfriend,
said: "I want the show to be
like magic, like it w hen I
used to go to the theatre as a
kid for the Christmas
pantomimes."
She added: "I'm really
looking forward to being in
it, although I'm sure I shall be
absolutely petrified on the
first night."
Twiggy now weighs 98
pounds. She said she has put
on seven pounds recently.
(AP)


-LABOUR-

REVEALS
SEAPORT
T-AKEOVER

PLANS
LONDON Britain's
Labour Government
announced plans Tuesday to
nationalize the remaining
commercial sea ports.


They will be
national ports
powers to
businesses
operations.


controlled by a
authority with
acquire port
and licence


"It is intended to set in hand
as soon as possible the
preparation of legislation
necessary to achieve this
object," said a letter sent by
Transport Minister Fred Mulley
to interested organizations.
Almost all major British
ports are already in public
hands. The ports of London,
Manchester and Liverpool are
run by public trusts.
Southampton, Hull and the
South Wales ports are
controlled by the British
transport docks board.
Mulley's letter said
nationalization of the ports, a
long-standing *Labour Party
pledge, will help the adoption
of a national ports policy and
ensure flexibility in response to
the needs of Britain's trade.
The proposals are bound to
be firmly resisted by the
opposition Conservative party.
Their industry spokesman,
Eldon Griffiths, said it
appeared the labour unions
were calling the tune in
planning government policy.


Ambassador Shirley


WASHINGTON President
Ford nominated actress Shirley
Temple Black to be
Ambassador to Ghana.
Mrs. Black, 46, will succeed
Fred L. Madsel, who has held
the post since September 1971.
Mrs. Black has served on the
United States Citizens' Space
Task Force and was an
unsuccessful candidate for the
Republican nomination for the
U.S. Congress from California.
She served as U.S.
representative to the 24th
session of the United Nations
General Assembly in 1969.
She was deputy chairman in
the U.S. delegation on the
preparatory committee on the
United Nations conference on
the human environment in
Stockholm, Sweden, frotn
1970 to 1972. She served as


delegate to the USSR-U.S.
joint commission in Moscow
on the cooperative treaty on
the environment in 1972.
She was special assistant to
the chairman of the council on
environmental quality from
1972 to 1974.
Mrs. Black played leading
roles in more than 40 motion
pictures and 50 hour-long
television shows.
Married to Charles A. Black,
they have three children. (AP)


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Desert war

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A BEIRUT newspaper San
Morocco has signaled i
willingness to go to war With
Spain to reclaim the Sparns
Sahara.
The reports came
conjunction with an interview
with Dr. Ahmed Laraki
Morocco's Foreign Minister.
The Beirut Star quoted him
as saying his country'!
campaign "to regain the
Moroccan desert would stop
only when the Spanish-ruled
area is returned to Morocco.
"Though Dr. Laraki refuad
to comment on the possibility
of using force to liberate the
desert, other senior Morocc
officials said that a decision hu
already been taken to ue
military force if other method,
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THE TRIBUNE *- Wednesday, August 21, 1974


he Urtbuni
NULLUUS ADDICTUS JURAm IN VEBBA MAGIST T
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor 1903.1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributing Editor 1972-
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor 1972.
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
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Wednesday, August 21, 1974


EDITORIAL


How history is made


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
(This is the fourth article in a series I am writing on world
figures who have passed across my horizon, some of whom have
played an important role in shaping the history of the Bahamas.)
GRAND CAYMAN, July 25. Yesterday I introduced you to
Sir Alan Bums, a truly remarkable man, and I told you that I
fought him on just about every issue he brought to the House of
Assembly.
Having acknowledged his outstanding ability, you might
wonder why I fought him. I don't know myself. I have tried to
analyse my thinking at the time and have come up with two
possible answers.
Sir Alan was a devoted Roman Catholic. So was I. When he
arrived in the colony some friends suggested to me that if I
worked closely with him he could advance my interests
politically.
I resented this suggestion for two reasons. First, because I was
not interested in political advancement.
This was proved in 1953 when the Hon. A. F. Adderley died.
Sir George Roberts and I were in London after attending the
coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. I was in line to fill this
vacancy. I told Sir George that I didn't want it and so we both
flew home and went to see Sir Robert Neville and asked him to
appoint my brother Eugene in my place.
Sir Robert hesitated. He thought Eugene might be considered
too young and there might be repercussions but I told him that ift'
any questions were raised he could say that Eugene was being
given credit for my services. I was sure the U.B.P. boys would
rather have anyone but me in Ex. Co.
Eugene must have done extraordinarily well because later
governors ... Lord Ranfurly and Sir Raynor Arthur ... who
inherited two men appointed to Ex. Co. by Sir Robert, told him
that Eugene was one of the best and the other man was definitely
the worst of the lot.
: Secondly, I never wanted it to be said that race or religion oi
any other emotional consideration influenced my decisions in
The Tribune or in the House and so I suppose I felt I had to prove
to the public that I Nwas not priest ridden.
My friend Fr. Chrysostom Schreiner, O.S.B., founder of the
Catholic mission in the Bahamas, to whose help I owe more than
any other person outside my family, was tutoring me at the time.
give him credit for not ever mentioning my attitude towards this
Powerful Catholic.
.f T'think another reason was that ... although they were not
friends of mine ... I hated to see the Bahamian members of the
House being manipulated like a lot of jumping ja''ks on a stick by
this clever non-Bahainian.
I must have really got under his skin because on one
occasion when he was Acting Governor he gave a party at
Government [House for members of the Legislature and I was the
only member who did not receive an invitation.

In 1929 Sir Alan left the Bahamas to take up an appointment
in Nigeria as Deputy Chief Secretary. Soon after his
departure he published one of his several important books on
. colonial administration. He caused great offence among the
1 political big-wigs in Nassau by saying that he had "languished in
S the Bahamas."
These people always had an exaggerated idea of the importance
of themselves and thIe tiny colony they governed and so this
remark was accepted as an affront to their dignity.

After Sir Alan retired as Governor of the Gold Coast (Ghana)
the Colonial Office sent him to widely separated spots in the
Empire to perform special missions. He was sent to Nassau on one
Sof these missions. I don't remember exactly what it was about. 1
made no attempt to meet him on that occasion.
Sir Alan is a big and a handsome man with a most engaging
:.nile.
One day I ran slap-bang into him in the Post Office and, to my
surprise, he came towards me with both hands extended.
"Dupuch," he said with his very best smile, "we are both older
ar-I wiser men than when we fought in the House of Assembly. Is
there any reason why we shouldn't be friends?"
"None whatever," I said.
I was happy about this change in our relationship because
Secretly 1 had always admired his ability and I felt that if I got to
know him better I would grow to like him as a man.
* ** * **


Arid this is the way it turned out. That day we started a
friendship that has grown and ripened over the years because
after that Sir Alan became my direct contact with the Colonial
Office in London. He read The Tribune avidly and brought to the
notice of the Secretary of State anything I wrote that he
considered worthy of the British government's attention.
Sir Alan was one of the few men who understood that I was
not a revolutionary ... that all I was fighting for was reform
within the structure. I wanted the barriers that divided the white
and black Bahamian removed so that Baharrtians of both races
might become one people.

A lot of important things happened as a result of our new
relationship and I will list a few of them briefly here.
In 1956 1 was responsible for breaking down racial barriers in
Sthe Bahamas. Instead of the Old Guard politicians accepting this
% reform gracefully they continued to create situations that upset
the Coloured people.
When they succeeded in overthrowing a move to have Sir
; Rtobeit Neville's term as governor of the colony extended, and
aiam the day after I broke down racial barriers in two sto'mny
evenings in the House of Assembly, large delegations of coloured
people waited on me at my office. They had reached a firm
SJrcLsion and they expected me to lead them in carrying it out.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
The tumult and the shouting dies;
The captains and the kings depart;
Still stands Thine ancient sacrifice.


Government in


hotel business


EDITOR, The Tribune,
I have been thinking
seriously about' government's
latest business venture, and
honestly trying to look at the
move objectively and I find
myself asking the following
questions.
Are they really concerned
about the welfare of the
Bahamian people, or is this just
another move to tighten the
economic noose around our
necks while the chosen few get
richer and richer at our
expense?
What has been my chief
concern with government's
activities is that they are never
consistent, plus the fact that
they always seem to get their
priorities mixed up.
Government is claiming that
they bought the thtee hotels so
as to continue to provide
employment for Bahamians.
many of whom would have
been out of jobs had the hotels
been allowed to close. I find it
hard to believe or to accept
this as their prime reason.
A few short years ago, the
operators of Bahamas Airwrys,
learning that government was
about to break a promise
made, asked gosernmrent to
join them as partners in their
operation. Here was an
organization that was meeting
the demands of the Bahamian
people at a financial loss and
all they were concerned with
was that govcrnt ie nt would
give tlhcm a fair chance to put
their business on a firm
tooting. Inht because they the
govern me lit had their own
paper hag airline :hr.. .refused
to invest a few million dollars
in Bahamas Airwayv and,
consequently approximately
1000 Banamians found
themselves out of a jobh
G(OveCricmen'its excuse was
that the linee operators
wanted them to buy a pig in
the bag. I make no apology for
again referring to the Bahamas
Airways episode because I can
never forgive their unconcernt
for the welfare of the people
they are suppose to represent.
Government in the case of
Bahanias Airwi',s refused to
buy a pig in the bag as they
said, but they were prepared to
borrow 20 .,I- ; dollars to,
buy three htels that arce
known losers. To myl\ way of
thinking, a pig is nore easily
disguii.ed than a cow.
It isn't ry intention to
cnlicite governmen( for trying
to help the Bahamiian pcople
because that is cx\lctl\ what
government is for but I oi
question the 'visdom of th-eir
latest venture lnt, the hotel
business, especially a losing
one. It is my l. rmonal feclinvi
that government, as usual, is
not being quite frank *vitlh the
public. I n111 no auth rity on
economic or business
transactions and may be this is
why I cannot see go\trnmcntt
succeeding where piiv'ale
c-ntierprise ,ias failed.
I may be going o-i'i on
tangent, but it one Iiukes 1ito
consideration the much ill ed
about expansion of tourist
facilities at Cable Beiach. where
is the money cominini' from'.'
Government borrowed 5 20
million dollars to purchase
three hotels but s'. ill thei he
able to borrow lhe required
amount needed to complete
their project, or Jo they have
another faiiry godfather.
It is a pubhic fact that Mr.
Vesco has served his purpose,
so it isn't likely that there will
be anyi more funds from that
source so thIe onl other likely
possibility is Mr. lhoward
IlHughes. If there is a deal
pending with Mr. Hughes, then
of course gosernrient's
contribution to thie scheme
would be the hotels and the
land which now houses Hobby
Ilorse Hall. remembering :hiat
the operatiors of 11.I.Il. luve
alret.u been put on notice lhiat
they intst relocate sotme lihere
else.
The more I third' of this


situation the more distressed I
become. I am not concerned
about, myself personally,
because I have lived a full life.
I've never had too much of this
world's goods but I have
watched my country grow
from a fishing village to a
world leader in finance and
tourism and I enjoyed what I
had but so many ot our people
have acquired a taste for good
living due to our fantastic
rise as a first class tourist resort.
and when they finally realized
that they have been deprived
of this by their elected
government the shock might be
too much to take.


I don't have any faith in our
government's integrity to do
what is best for us, or to get
it's priorities in order. For
instance, if 20 million dollars
were available, why not use it
for a new sewerage system, or
to complete our hospital
expansion, and purchase much
needed supplies for same.
I have a friend in a Miami
hospital who, I understand, is
learning to use her left hand
and also learning to walk again.
Her right arm had to be
amputated in order to save her
life. Why was it necessary to
amputate her arm to save her
life?
The answer is quite simple.
She was taken to the Princess
Margaret Hospital after an
accident, and they didn't have
the medication needed, and if
her family wasn't able to get
her to a hospital in Miami,
they, in all probability, would
be looking for some one able
to raise. the dead.
As I mentioned earlier in
this article, I am not against
the move by government just
for the sake of opposing. As a
matter of fact, I earnestly
wished they had used better
j u d g m e n t in their
administration and had kept up
the economic boom of the
country and may be they could
have had the satisfaction of
saying when they lose control
of the country that they gave it
up in a better condition than
when they took it over.
The majority of people who
support the government are
described as "grass roots"
supporters, many of whom
cannot afford to go to Miami if
they become sick. And it is a
fact that they are not certain
what will happen when they
have to he admitted into their
own hospital although the
usual t mught is that one will
,et well.
It was never a known fact
that -.,.-rnment were better
business men than those of the
oriv:;t'e sector of a country, and
when it gets to the place that
government has to take over
private business then I'm afraid
that our economic growth is
heaJed in the wrong direction.
Another casino will not
solve our economic woes. All
that will happen is that if
l'iradise Island made a profit
because of it's casino, that
profit will now be shared
between Paradise Island and
Cable Beach and it could mean
tiat neither will show a profit
unless, of course, a greater
tnumbr of visitors are induced
to visit our shores. We must
also bear i.i mind that Cuba is
getting back in the tourist
business, and there is also the
possibility that Miami Beach
may have legalised gambling.
And, of course, Bahamians
can't gamble at home but what
is to stop them from gambling
in Miamni.
(;overninent no doubt will
have the necessary expertise to
run their newly acquired hotels
bui it should also be
remembered that whenever the
incentive for free enterprise in
any country is stifled by
government that country
begins to die economically.
.-After all., when one works for
government the creativity for
new development is not the
same as in private enterprise,
especially in a community as
small as ours.
For one thing, there is
usuallyv too much red tape, but
on the brighter side it's always
good to know that one has the
backing of the public treasury.
It is interesting to note that
government action is being
endorsed by the unions, but
they may find that it is a
different kettle of fish come
contract negotiation time.
Fhe points or questions
raised here are purely from a
layman's point of view, with
no intent to challenge the
experts in their chosen fields of
endeavour. But if it pleases any
one in authority to enlighten
my darkness it would relieve


me of the concern I feel, and
those of other citizens who
may feel as I do.
AUDLEY HUMES
Chippingham,
August 19, 1974.


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Bahamian comedy

trio for Club 20


SHADES of Watergate come
to No. 20 Cumberland Street
tonight as a local comedy trio
perform "in the round".
In this case, however,
"Watergate" refers not to the
woes of ex-President Richard
Milhous Nixon, but rather to
the American female who, as
the locals claim, come here and
"take over our men."
This tragi-comic scene will
be recreated for patrons of the
popular downtown nightclub
as the regular Wednesday
entertainment, complete with
props and fadeouts, and will
feature three Bahamians in the
principal roles.
Pat Thomas, distinguished
for her Sister Sarah radio
commercials, plays the role of
Sarah, the wronged Bahamian
wife.
In the role of Mary Lou, the
"Watergate" is Joyce Cooper,
whose most recent exposure


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with the strong action
against BACKACHE
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has been in the weekly items of
Folklore Show at the
Government High School. clothing, tools,
Completing the trio is P.
Anthony White whose appliances, clocks,
long-running role as Josic is the
"Liza & 1..',. radioA
commercials established a new ans, etc. clear out
tradition on Radio Bahamas.
The"Wat~ergate!,q, ,ii- your ciosets, garage, storeroom ...
mark one of the first occasions
in Bahamian nightclub history all can be of help
when a Bahamian group hs
given such a performance to someone else.
A spokesman for No. 20
Cumberland said Monday that Donate them to
the club "is proud to cater to
this new kind of
entertainment" and that
patrons this evening are advised I
to arrive well before the IUUlm Wl U5n !
midnight showtime in order to
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American" The Watergate
girl, right, is played by Joyce
Cooper. The trio performs
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THE TRIBUNEt..


GLOBAL
FOOD
SUPPLY
DECLINES
BUCHAREST, ROMANIA
An American expert warned
Tuesday that over-population
and food shortages may
someday force nations to fight
over clouds for artificial
rainmaking.
The expert, Lester Brown of
the Overseas Development
Council, said cloud-seeding
rivalries or meteorological
warfare may move "from the
realm of science fiction to
newspaper headlines."
Hie spoke to non-government
population experts at the
world population tribune,
meeting here along with the
United Nations World
Population Conference
attended by officials of 149
countries.
Brown urged a halting on
population growth to ease the
demand on global food supply.
il1 said that presently only
Sing;,pore an.d China have
concrete social and economic
policies to reduce fertility.
"'We don't have to look to
the end of the century for
disaster because for many it
has already come." he said.
Brown charted a vicious
cycle of over-population and
over-consumption leading to
scarcity of resources and higher
prices and thus to starvation
for millions on the Indian
subcontinent, Latin America
and sub-Saharan Africa.
Brown noted the world's
food reserves have "declined
dramatically over the past few
years and are now precariously
balanced "
Hle estimated the world had
about 27 days of such reserves.
Brown stressed that
population problems coula' not
be viewed in a vacuum nor
could individual countries hope
to solve them alone.
India's chief delegate to the
conference stated that only
eradication of poverty could
stave off over-population and
pointed to development as:
"the best contraceptives."
"We are quite clear that
fertility levels can be
effectively lowered only if
family planning becomes an
integral part of a broader
strategy to deal vith the
problems of poverty and
underdevelopment," said
India's minister of health and
family planning, Karan Singh.
Singh's speech sounded two
themes expected to dominate
much of the discussion at this
1 2-day conference: The need
to view thle population
problem in the context of
social. economic and cultural
development and the necessity
for affluent nations to bridle
their own appetites and share
their wealth wit h
underdeveloped areas
Argentiina's chief delegate
Juan Carlos M. Beltramino
called for a more just
relationship between rich and
poor countries as a basis for a
sound, world-wide population
policy. (AP)
Panama-Cuba:
closer ties
PANAMA CITY Panama
and Cuba have decided to
establish diplomatic relations,
S the Panamanian government
S announced Tuesday
Panama's chief of protocol,
Manuel Watson, said that a
S Panamanian delegation of 30
diplomats would fly to Cuba
Wednesday too officially
establish relations between the
two countries.
Cuba did not officially
confirm the decision. But the
government news agency,
Prensa Latina, said in a report
from Panama that Panama's


decision was taken Tuesday
morning at a meeting between
the Cabinet and General Omar
Torrijos.
The general is been the head
of Panama's government and
commander of the 5,000-m'n
national guard.
Torrijos, a rough talking
officer who took power in a
1968 coup, has been taking an
increasingly anti-U.S. stance
while maintaining lines ot
communication with Cuba the
past few years.
Last week about 200
students stoned the U.S.
embassy, burned a replica of a
U.S. flag and threw banana
peelings on to the embassy
steps to protest a U.S.
subsidiary's refusal to pay
increased Panamanian banana
export luxes.
The Panamanian national
guard stood by without
interfering with the students
and directed traffic around
them. The national guard is
both Panama's arms and police
force. (AP)
T NOW HELD OVER
BcaMUse of pressure on news
pua' tlhe' "Town & Around"
c. olums s been held over
today and will appear
toreorrow.


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22oz.
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1 OWROZ.

-0 OZ.


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KRAFT

ORANGE &
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JUICE
QT.



894


PROMISE

MARGARINE
1 lb. PKG.



39t


BORDENS

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$1.7S


YOGURT
8 oz.
ALL
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2/7


2 lbs.


10 oz.


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BIRDSEYE

MIXED

VEGETABLES AZo


BIRDSEYE

ORANGE JUICE 6 oz.


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lb. 39C *


$1.59


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lb. 950


CORNED BEEF BRISKET lb. $1.39


U.S. CHOICE
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STEAK $1.97
lb.


GLADSTONE
FARM COMPLETELY CUT UP
WHOLE CHICKEN


lb. 79C


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COFFEE ,Ooz



1.99


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CABBAGE


TOMATO
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2 Ib.


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3/89t


POTATOES


REGULAR
.. 5 lb.
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C


Is Gerald
Ford
equipped
for
presidency?
By Jim Alberse
"IT'S the quality of
1wth ordinary, the straight, the
sqlure that accounts tor the
gioat stability and success of
oui nation It's a quality to be
proud of. But it's a quality that
many people seem to have
nieglected"
ihe 38th President of the
U niied Slates, who spoke those
woids last January, has not
neglected that. quality. To he
called a square or a straig', is
not exactly a compliment in
some circles where the words
impl.h a certain woodenness
,I lanil a11 unad venturous
approach to life. But they
suggest something more as
Well loyalty, honesty,
dilihgene. patience, a Iear of
the I ord and what the ancient
Roman, called pietas.
accordingg to ITIM inagazine,
(; raId Rudolph F!ord has all
Ihei e qualities.
Iord's executive abilities
lineC \elt to he tested, hut there
is little reason to doubt his
p,1lit ic al ;nd legislative
Ja iiiLCn I or nearly a quarter
of a cLenturs, he has
d'iiionstrated his .kills in one
ofl the most complex
parliamentary arenas on ear h,
\ inning the respect of
adversaries and allies alike even
as he played the role of a loyal
part isan. In a sence, he was not
Richard Nixon's choice for
President. lHe was the selection
oi ( onngres. and it has to bhe
.tsiii;ld that the 'House and
S niitlc kncii their ma ,n.
deiald Ford likes to call
himself' a child of 'Congress: he
Ioves the place, and the
atlection is returned. lie
subscribes to what can be
calledd the congressional ethic:
i tolerance of differing views. a
desire to accoirodact, I1 sense
lhat at tlihe heart of government
lies lic right to disagree and to
ha\e disagreement voiced and
voted.
A It hough he has been a
nmijor political figure for many
e cars, Mr Ford has a minor ego
wliii h does not get in the way
,I his politics.; Like most men
i t (on, hc has a temIvper, but
the bouts pass quickly. lie does
inru indulge lasting grudges: an
Cnf n'miCs list would be
unthinkable to him. "I have had
lots o( itdsversaries. lie says,
biul noi cCnemiiiis that I can
IIh,, well equipped is Gerald
I ord loI the Presidency? lie
hi,> lew qualms. Insisting he
didul not wish or e\pectl to be'
ps lilit'i, liet sai last spring;
"I see no icison why I
shouhi n't be ia good President.
Some people worry thatI lord's
plodding, amiable ways and his
eagerness ior consensus may
render him less than decisive in
a national crisis. Hlls. openness
could piovs> Is lIe a liability in
tie White louse, where
nations hang on a President's
ewery word. (andor could
cause the same kind of trouble
rI ord that it dtitd for Hlarry
Ir man though it must he
sil that frouman survived his
faults with honor. As Ford
recently confided to a friend:
- "'It's pretty hard to change
your lifestyle totally," and no
one really wants him to. It is
his plainspokenness that makes
him such a welcome contrast
to his predecessor. For the
moment at least. Gerald
Rudolph Ford is living prool
that nice guys sometimes finish
trrst.






0 -THE TRIfUNE ...Wedneday, August a1, 1574


THE
BAHAMIAN
SUPERMARKETS
IS it's value you really want.,1
you really want Super Value I
*SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK AUGUST 22ND, THROUGH AUGUST 25TH, 1974.


BAHAMIAN
GROWN
WHOLE
FRYERS
Per lb.


FRESH
GROUND
BEEF
Per lb.


U.S. CHOICE
PORTER HOUSE STEAK


U.S. CHOICE
T-BONE STEAK


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


U.S. CHOICE
ROUND ROAST


Per lb


Per Ib


Per lb


Per Ib


Per lb


$2.59

$2.59

$2.29

$2.39

$2.29


Breakstone


PARFAIT
YOGURTS


Kraft


ORANGE
JUICE


8-oz. 64-oz.


2/99 0 1.59


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COOKED SHRIMP


$1.89


BREADED SHRIMP


BIRDSEYE


ORANGE JUICE


-oz


GREEN GIANT


BROCCOLI SPEARS


10 oz.


2/794


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Per lb.


NEW ZEALAND
\ PRIME
1MB SHOULDER
CHOPS
SPer Ib.


GRDEN FRESH PRODII1 111UCE


WHITE POTATOES
5-lb. Bag

990


PEACHES
Per lb.


550
BAHAMIAN GROWN
WATERMELLONS
BAHAMIAN GROWN
OKRA


Per lb
Per Ib


GREEN CABBAGE
Per Ib

20C


CELERY
Each

450


16 MUEIlERS
READY-CUT
20$


Oscar Mayer
SALAMI FOR BEER
8-oz

89Q
Oscar Mayer
PURE BEEF FRANKS
16-oz.

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12 THE TRIBUNE - Wednesday, August 21,1974


By Abigail Van Buren
C 1974 by Chicago Trnbune-N. Y. News Synd., Inc.
DEAR ABBY: If a man works hard all day. is h-
supposed to help his wife with the housework? And even
pack his own lunch pail?
The wife works, too, but it's light office work My new
daughter-in-law won't even clean her oven. She says it s a
man's job. They've been married only ten months and
already their apartment looks like something the cat
dragged in. You can't find a clean spot to sit on
I've been married for 32 years and my husband never
helped me with the housework.
I think a man should take care of the yard, carr ,out the
garbage and maybe paint a little, but the housework.
cooking and kids are the wife's department.
Send me some good advice that I can send to my new
daughter-in-law. She needs it.
NO NAME. PI.EASE
DEAR NO NAME: Sorry, but I send advice only to those
who Psk for it. (It's a good policy. I recommend it.)
DEAR ABBY: My husband is 54, and I am a few years
older. He used to be such a refined and gentle man, but
lately, he'll iy into a rage for no apparent reason. ,tei.
around the house and shouting so the whole neighhrho. d
can hear him. He has even broken furniture and thrown it
out the back door in a fit of anger'
He gets into fights with waitresses and salespeople and
shouts obscenitites at pedestrians and other automobile
drivers. Almost every time we walk on the street he gets
into a fight with a stranger. His language is foul and. Ahby.
this man never even used to swear! If I try not talking to
him, he gets mad at me for giving him the 'silent
treatment."
He's been seeing a skin doctor about a rash which seems
to be getting progressively worse. What could be wrong


TODAY!
Parents are glad they cdid
TOMORROW!
Several more will be glad they,
could
SEPT. 2nd!.
Many parents will be sc ry
they didn't
HOW WILL YOU FEEL?


* LOW TUITION
* SNACK TIME
e HABIT TRAINING


Advice for the

daughter-in-law
with him? Please tell me what to do. I don't know how much
more I can take. END OF ROPE
DEAR END: Your husband's trouble is more than
skin-deep. Tell his doctor what you have told me. When a
man becomes suddenly hostile, profane and violent, a
psychiatrist should be consulted.
DEAR ABBY: I have been a widow for 12 years. I have
cnrLinued to call myself Mrs. William Smith.
A friend of mine recently told me that this is incorrect;
that since there is no longer a William Smith, neither is
thfre a Mrs. William Smith, and I should call myself Mrs.
I-abel Smith. Will you kindly set me straight? CONFUSED
DEAR CONFUSED: Your friend needs to be set
straight. When you took William's name, you took it for as
you as YOU lived (unless you took another husband); not
for as long as WILLIAM lived. Socially, you are still Mrs.
William Smith. When it comes to signing legal documents,
consult your lawyer.
DEAR ABBY: My 88-year-old mother died of cancer last
week. During her illness, which lasted for about eight
months, she occupied our guest bedroom.
I want to make sure the room is entirely disinfected.
Would having the carpet, curtains and mattress dry cleaned
make it sate for others to sleep in that room? I have
already scrubbed the walls and furniture with disinfectant.
A friend of mine said I should burn up everything that
was in that room and repaint just to be on the safe side.
Please advise me. WORRIED
DEAR WORRIED: Your friend is mistaken. Cancer is not
a contagious or infectious disease. Since there is no known
germ or virus which causes cancer there are no "germs"
to get rid of. Give the room a thorough routine cleaning and
forget abqut it.
DEAR ABBY: A man in prison for murder wrote and
asked you if murder was a forgivable sin. He said he could
find no reference to it in the Bible. All he could find were
references to "an eye for an eye."
Your reply, "There is no sin that will not be forgiven by
sincere repentance," was beautiful. Perhaps it would be
useful to further point out that three of the most admired
persons in the Bible were also murderers-Moses, David
and Paul. So surely if these men could rise to such heights
after having committed such an act, it shows the way for
anyone to do so W. T. Mcl.: WASHINGTON, D. C.
CONFIDENTIAI TO V.S.: Breeding? I like what
Jonathan Swift has to say about it: "Good manners is the
art of making those people easy with whom we converse.
Whoever makes the fewest people uneasy, is the best bred in
the company."

Problems? You'll feel better if you get it off your chest.
For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. 69700, L. A.,
Calif. 90069. Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope,
please.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that DORCAS ALICE STUBBS of
Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 21st day of August 1974
to The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that GREGORY YORK
LAMPKIN of Apt. 4, McDermott Apartments, Murphyville,
P. 0. Box ES5030, Nassau is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalization should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 21st day of
August 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs P. 0. Box
N3002, Nassau.


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



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


STAR MEAT MARKET
2 Locations: Lincoln Blvd. & Miami Street Phone 34451 East Street & Fowler Street Phone 28166


Potatoes 5 Ib Bag 89c
Dole Fruit Cocktail 303 58c
Green Giant Mexicorn 12 ozs 2 Tins For 94c U.S. CHOICE
Kelloggs Corn Flakes 18 oz Box 84c SHOU LDER STEAK lb. 1 29
Omo Detergent Reg Size Box 2 For 95c T
Milo Food Drink 16 oz Tin $1.19 U.S. CHOICE
Van Camps Pork & Beans 31 oz. Tin 79c CHUCK STEAK Ib. $1.09
Comet Cleanser 21 oz. Tin 37c
Marcal Table Napkins 60's 2 boxes for 49c Ra Corn Brand
Crisco Shortening 3 lb Tin $2.17c SLICED BACON 16oz.Pkg 93
John Morrell Cello Weiners 12 oz Pkg $1.05c

------------ PORK CHOPS lb. 99C

U.S, CHOICE
CHUCK WOAST 1l. 910
U.S. CHOICE BONELESS
SHOULDER STEAK 1b.$1.69

PIG FEET 3 Ibsfor 750
Maple Leaf

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e TRIBUNE *"* Wednesday, August 21, 1974 e 1


Winning
SClcREMUNY last month
the Council Room, Mona,
king the launching of a
,inning" arrangement
tween the Alumni
lociation of Carleton
tersity, Canada, and the
e rsity of the West Indies
dof Graduates.
e document was signed by
SChancellor of the


NOW SHOWING! 8:00& 11:45
LEE VAN CLEEF JAMES MASON in

BAD MAN'S RlVER'(PG.)
McQ-he's a
busted cop,
his gun is
unlicensed,
and his story
Is incredible
at 9:50


:AAU


LAST DAY THURSDAY
Matinee 2:30 & 4:45,
Evening 9:00-'Phone 2-1004, 2-1005
HE HAS EXACTLY
SEVEN MINUTES
TO GET RICH
H QUICK!


EASTWOOD
'THUNDERBOLT
and UGHTFOOT"
Reservations not claimed by 8:45 wili be sold.
aAI ii S R3
S^AVOYONDTIONE CAITLj1 m


Now thru Friday
Matinee starts at 2:1 5
Evening 8:30
SHAMUSS" PG.
Burt Reynolds,
Dyan Cannon
PLUS
"DARKER THAN
AMBER" PG.
Rod Taylor,
Suzy Kendall
'Phone 2-2534


Now thru Friday
Continuous Showing
from 3:00
"THE RATS ARE
COMING" PG.
Hope Stansbury,
Jackie Skarvellis
PLUS
"THE MAN WITH
TWO HEADS" PG.
Denis De Marne,
Gay Feld


NOW SHOWING
Matinee Continuous from 1:15,
Evening 8:30-'Phone 3-4666


agreemt
University ano me president
the Central Executive of
Guild of Graduates,
Thelma Pyne.
A copy of the document
been sent to Canada where
original had been signed in
presence of the Jamaican I
Commissioner:
Witnessing.the singing, v
His Excellency J.

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nt signed-
It ot Harrington the Ca;-:dian
the High Cno inmi -inner,
Mrs. Vice-Chance!! .. 4. ireston,
Pro-Vice-Chancelior Roy
has Augier, Dr. M. Ragbeers- Dean
the of the Faculty of Medicine, Dr.
the K. Smith Vice-Dean, Faculty
High of Medicine, Mr. C. E. Jackman
Registrar, and Mr. G. I.
were Durrant Senior Assistant
H- Registrar.
CASH DIVIDEND
MIAMI The Wometco
Enterprises, Inc. Board of
Directors declared a regular
quarterly cash dividend of
12.5c on Class "A" stock and
4.6c on Class "B" stock,
payable September 15, 1974,
to stockholders of record
August 31, 1974.
Average number of shares
outstanding as of June 15,
1974, totalled 6,009,000.
Ihis marks the 62nd
consecutive quarterly dividend
paid since Wometco first
became a public company in
1969.
The Wometco board meeting
was held at the company's
Coco-Cola bottling plant in
Winslow, Arizona.


Solomon's

appoint

assistant

comptroller
THE APPOINTMENT of
Percy Pinder as assistant
comptroller of Solomon
Brothers Limited was
announced last weekend by
Roy M. Solomon vice-president
and managing director of the
66-year-old wholesale and
retail merchandizing firm.
"The selection of Mr. Pinder
for this important post in our
rapidly-expanding business,"
Mr. Solomon state, "is a
further move in our
programme of creating
opportunities for qtralified and
dedicated young Bahamians to
assume positions of executive
responsibility within the
Solomon Brothers structure.
We are delighted to have Mr.
Pinder join us, and we are
confident that he will meet the
challenge of his new duties
with vigour and enthusiasm."
The fifth of seven children
of Mr. and Mrs. John Pinder,
formerly of Green Turtle Cay,
Abaco, and now living in
Nassau, Mr. Pinder was born
here in 1945.
After completing his
schooling at Aquinas College,
Nassau, and Inglewood High
School in California, he studied
accountancy while employed
in the bookkeeping department
of The City Meat Market.
In 1966 Mr. Pinder received
the diploma of The Institute of
Bookkeeping after passing the
Institute's final examination,
and in 1,971 he became an
associate of The Corporation
of Accountants and Auditors.
Mr. Pinder remained with
The City Meat Market for nine
years until 1972, becoming
Treasurer and a Director of the
firm's parent company,
Bahamas Supermarkets
Limited. He was also a Trustee
from 1970 to 1972 of The
Bahamas Supermarkets
Limited Foundation, which
awards scholarships to
Bahamian students.
In 1972 Mr. Pinder became ;"
shareholder in Bahamas


Quality Supermarkets Limited
and was appointed Vice-
President and Treasurer and
elected a member of the
company's Board of Directors,
positions which he resigned
earlier this month.


Commenting on his
appointment, Mr. Pinder said:
"I have already assured myslf
that this job offers an
opportunity for me to employ
all of the expertise I have
acquired over the years in my


profession, and I look forward
to becoming a very positive
participant in this
forward-looking organization. I
am sure that this is going to be
an interesting assignment, and
it is one that I approach with


Limited, with Percy Pinder whose


confidence."
Mr. Pinder married in 1965
the former Sherry Clarkson,
elder daughter of Mrs. Angela
Clarkson. They have two
children and live in Highland
Park.


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QUALITY


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PHONE 5-6739 P. O. BOX N3741


Roy M. Solomon, left, vice-president and managing director of Solomon Brothers
appointment as assistant comptroller of the 66-year-old firm has been announced.


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STORE HOURS:

MoL. to Sat.

8:30a.m.. 5p.m.


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THE TRIBUNE *-Wedmday, August 21,1974


CLASSIFIED


REAL ESTATE


I I I I,


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


C 16450
MUST SELL: Corner Lot
Seabreeze, Section 1 100 x
100 ft. $7,000 or nearest offer.
Telephone 2-4350 or 3-5238
after 6.

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

C 16419
SEABREEZE 3 bedrooms 3
baths expensively furnished
in immaculate condition. 100 x
100 fruited. Only $50,000.00.
Finance available to eligible
Purchaser. See any time. For
action dial 22033, 22307,
evening 41197.

SC16458
SACRIFICE
MUST SELL
The following Lots in
Little Hyde Park
South Beach Estates
o Winton Estates
Call evenings and week-ends
No. 4-2166.

C16457
NASSAU HOME SITES
SFOR SALE EASY TERMS
SOME AS LOW AS $100 DOWN
AND $87 PER MONTH IN
i Belle Air Estates 60 x 100

!e Colony Village 70 x 100
!e Golden Gates Add. 60 z 100
to Regency Park 50 x 100
Is Stapledon Gardens 80 x 120
lo Winton Meadows 80 x 100
: Winton Heights 125 x 125
I* The Grove West Bay St. 100
x 200
GROSHAM PROPERTY
LIMITED
107 Shirley Street
Phone 2-7662 or 2-8966.

C16453
WHEN you can't find the lot
you want we will! (h? acre)
lots $6,500 near Soldier Road.
Lots 50 x 100 $3,000 and
$2,500 near Gleniston and
Seebreeze Subdivision. Cash
5% off. Terms offered.

I We have listings on
subdivisions such as Golden
Gates I!, Winton Meadows I &
i11 and Blair, Willard Heights
Subdivision, Great Exuma 1/4
acre lot overlooking ocean
$3,000 and up.
Further listings are solicited.

Call or see us FERGUSON &
CLARKE REAL ESTATE,
Norfolk House, 3rd Floor,
Frederick Street. Telephone
59361.
C16483
CORNER LOT SEABREEZE
127 by 100. Only $6,200.00
VISTA MARINA half block
'rom Waterfront rights
SANDY BEACH 130 on
road by 90 depth. Listed as
$9,500.00. Views of Sea.
OUT EAST-WINTON 100 ft.
EAST BAY by 241 depth.
Views of Sea rights to beach.
ON THE WATER 100 foot
on East Bay St. price upon
inquiry. Ideal for lovers of the
ISea. Good swimming. Need no
pool.
CORNER LOT SEABREEZE
100 x 100, only $6,000.0
DIAL 22033, 22307, evenings
41197.

C16459


* HOSPITAL LANE

i ?-Bedroom 1-Bath unfurnished
stucco house with small shop
in front Lot 81 x 110 -
priced for quick sale at
$11,000 easy financing
terms.
KOOL AIR 2-Bedroom
1-Bath unfurnished house only
$15,000 ...
a VILLAGE ROAD furnished
cottage on corner lot 90 x 200
with lots of beautiful bearing
fruit trees completely
enclosed -- priced for quick
s?5! ji $32,000.-.
OFF PARKGATE ROAD
immaculate 2-Bedroom 1-Bath
furnished house with small
cottage on 50 x 100 Lot -
many bearing fruit trees -
completely enclosed priced
for quick sale at $22,000.-.
BOYD SUBDIVISION 5-Unit
furnished Efficiency excellent
Income $40,000.-.
PALMDALE 3-Bedroom
1'?,-Bath house with large
recreation room, beautifully
furnished, including washing
machine, dryer and many extra
features $45,000.-.
* STAPLEDON GARDENS -
choice of 3 & 4 Bedroom
Homes, some fully furnished,
from $40,000.-. to $55,000.-.
GROSHAM PROPERTY
LIMITED
107 Shirley Street
Phone 27662 -28966
Night Phone -42166


REAL ESTATE


C16486
3 Bedroom 1 Bathroom
unfurnished house, recently
renovated, in Palmdale vicinity.
$29,500. Phone 2-8293'.
3-4527.

FOR SALE OR RENT
C 15450
3 bedroom, 1 bath private
home, fully furnished for rent
or sale. Oakes Field, Nassau.
Call Freeport 352-6268.


C 16489
3 BEDROOM 2 bath house,
unfurnished. Blair Estates.
Phone 32095.

FOR RENT
C16422
2 BEDROOM 2 bath
oceanview apartment, T.V.
antenna, no children, no pets.
Telephone 78141 or 77655.
C16429
THREE BEDROOMS, TWO
BATHS, modern newly
redecorated hoLse, East Street
South main roac' (South
Beach), on yearly lease
unfurnished, good location,
airconditioners, sJit small
professional family. Telephone
owner 36334 or 22433.
C16379
2 bedroom apartment, Winton
Highway, fully furnished.
balcony with excellent views.
All utilities included. $350 per
month. Phone 21631.

C16136
LOVELY 1 and 2 bedroom
air conditioned apartments,
Dundas Court, Pyfrom's
Addition, Master T V. antenna
and laundry room facilities
enclosed parking area. For
information call 3-4953 or
5-4258.

C16430
T WO BEDROOM
FURNISHED airconditioned
house available immediately.
Phone Wallace 59650 or
42765.

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

C 16448
ONE unfurnished and one
furnished 2 bedroom
apartment, located Prison
Lane. Ft. Fincastle. Call
5-2695.
C16418
THREE bedroom upstairs
apartment a few minutes to
down town, and just a minute's
walk to Palmdale Shopping
Centre. Located on Mount
Royal Avenue just south of
Madeira Street, Shirley
He ights. For further
information phone 21338.

C16500
3 BEDROOM 11/2 bath
unfurnished house on Soldier
Road.
3 bedroom 2 bath fully
furnished house, Village
Estates off Soldier Road.
Phone 35066 or 24605 after 5
p.m. or weekends.

C16499
COMPLETELY furnished two
bedroom apartment, Blue Hill
Road south opposite
McPherson Primary School.
$235 per month. Washing
machine on premises. Tel.
23287.

C!6498
3 BEDROOM 2 bath house,
unfurnished, Seven Hills Estate
Call 3-2731.


C16496
* Semi Efficiency
Air -conditioned,
utilities included.
* 1-Bedroom


apartment,
furnished,

furnished


apartment, air-conditioned
utilities included.
* 2-Bedi'oom furnished
apartment, air-conditioned
utilities included.
* 2-Bedroom furnished duplex
apartment, Stapledon Gardens.
* 2-Bedroom 1-Bath furnished
house in Palmdale with
air-conditioning wall to wall
carpeting throughout. Phone
2-7662 or 2-8966.

C16488
OCEANVIEW, Easterr; Road,
freshly redecorated one
bedroom apartment, balcony,
pool, burglar guarded. Phone.
Call 7-7468.

FOR SALE
C16490
A "clean the warehouse" sale
on glassware. August 20th to
31st at ABCO (BAHAMAS)
LTD. Harold Road just
east of Angelo's Art Centre.


C16441
PIONEER 747 Receiver
PL 120 Turntable 4 DBI
Speaker Systems containing
12"/5"/31'" speakers in eacn
box. $1,200 cash. Pnone
3-2701.


FOR SALE


SECTION


I I


NEALTHII FOOD


-. .1 I I -- I I TRADE SEE VICES


C 16463
MACKEY STREET
DEPARTMENT STORE
MACKEY STREET AND
PALMDALE AVENUE,
opposite Bar 20 Corner.
Telephone 52398
Thousands of Items 25% off
Thousands of Items 50% off.
STORE HOURS: Monday -
Friday and Saturday 8 a.m. to
8 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.


C16485
CARPETING IS A SENSIBLE
LUXURY
It's the CHEAPEST
FLOORING FOR NEW
HOMES
It's EASY TO CLEAN ....
SOFT TO TOUCH ...
NICE TO LOOK AT,
AND IT COSTS AS LITTLE
AS $5 PER SQUARE YARD,
CASH
AT CENTRAL FURNITURE
ON BAY STREET AND
WULFF ROAD.
V ISIT CENTRAL
FURNITURE TODAY FOR
SENSIBLE LUXURY.
SBay Street, Phone: 24122.
I open 8:45 5 p.m. Monday to
Friday 8:45 5 p.m. Saturday.
Wulff Road, Phone: 59600,
open 10 a.m. 6 p.m.
Monday, Thursday and
Saturday, 10 a.m. 1:30 p.m.
Friday.

CARS FOR SALE
C 16454
1971 Chevrolet Vega Sedan,
factory air, heater, radio,
power steering. Good
condition. $1800.00. Call
Alexander Mullings, 5-3872,
8 : 30 a.m.-5 p.m.,
Monday.-Friday.

C17251

NASSAU'S ONE
& ONLY!
Save over $4,000. Reducing
$100 per day starting Monday,
19th, until sold. Late '73 Couqar
XR7 Deluxe. Power sun roof.
All power car. /\ll extras.
Under 5,000 miles. Three
months full warranty given.
Monday's price $6,900. First
come ... first served. Phone
5-7541/9, ext. 2.


PETS FOR SALE

C 16484
PUREBRED Doberman Pups
for sale. $150 and $125. Ready
now Hind, Eastern Road.
Telephone 41128.

MARINE SUPPLIES 1
C1 1894
1969 31 ft. CHRIS-CRAFT
Commander. sleeps six, private
shower, two 230 h.p. engines
with less than 200 hours.
Kitch'nette, good condition.
Call 24267, 54011.

C16439
24' BERTRAM CAMPER
Twin 165 H.P. Mercruisers
Refrigerator, ship to shore,
toilet. Excellent condition.
Phone between 6 and 7 p.m.
55382.

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

C16455
1967 27 ft. Fibreglass Chris
Craft twin 185 h.p. sleeps
four. depth finder, radio, one
engine and transmission, new.
A steal at $11,000. Owner
must sell. Call 23775 ask for
Freddy.

C16492
ONE 19 ft. Chris Craft Lanzer
185 h.p. engine, excellent
condition. $3,000 or nearest
offer.
One 12 gallon Fish Aquarium,
furnished on stand. $90. Phone
5-7170 after 6 p.m.

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

CRAFT SUPPLES


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

LOST

C16481
GRAY Adult Cat, spayed
female, slightly built,
Dannottage -Estates. If seen
since Thursday 15th. Please
call 3-2347. Reward.


C16497
HURRY, HURRY
HURRY
Get supplies
while stock last
JUST ARRIVED FROM
ENGLAND
Lecithin Capsules
Kelp Tablets
Garlic Capsules
Wheat Germ Oil Capsules, Std.
Acerola Cherry C. Tablets
Desiccated Liver Tablets
Dolomite Magnesium Tablets
High Potency B-Complex
Capsules
Garlic & Parsley Capsules
Junior Formula Tablets
PREVENTION September
1974 issue.
Phone 5-4506.



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

C16360
WEE WISDOM
Collins Avenue
Nassau's finest Prep
3 year old Nursery 4 and 5
year old Kindergarten
Low Tuition
Supervised Play
Quality Teaching Programme
Phonics
Reading
Office Hours
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
or call
32641 or 21586
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.m. to 8 p.m.
D'ELEGANT SCHOOL OF
FASHION AND
DRESSMAKING.
Corner East Shirley and Fowler
Streets. Telephone 53223.
C16468
KIDDIESKOOL
NURSERY SCHOOL
Finest Pre-School Education
Half Day and Full Day
Reasonable Rates
Two Locations Collins
Avenue, Village Road.
Telephone 3-1595 Days and
Evenings.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
C16417
THE BAHAMAS GOSPEL
MISSION KINDERGARTEN
will reopen on September 2nd
1974 at 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Ages 2/2 to 5 years.
Previous rates have been
reduced. Please call 21338 for
rates and reservation or call at
Mission Office.
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 aL all times
for golf lessons. Call 36333.


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


C16126
WANTED IMMEDIATELY
Experienced Offset Pressman,
40 hours per week, good
working conditions. APPLY
BAHAMAS PRINTING, Oakes
Field.
C 16442
One farm worker to weed
grass. Lazy one need not apply.
Phone 3-6930.
C16465
MARINE MECHANIC with 10
years experience in diesel, gas
and inboard and outboard
engines. Electrical experience
also needed. Write Mr. Edwin
Albury, Edwin's Boat Yard,
Man-O-War Cay, Abaco.
C16470
EXPERIENCED dress or shirt
maker for Linda's Children's
Fashions, Corner of Market
Street and Wulff Road. Phone
34958.


C16494
WANTED 2 Bahamian
gardeners. $60 per week. Tel.
7-8187 ask for Mr. I. Sawyer.

C 16493
MAN wanted to work on farm,
and help with fish handling.
For information call 56105.
C16391
AMBITIOUS and hard working
Bahamian between 21-26 years
required as male management
trainee. Two years business
experience preferred. All
a ppli cations in own
handwriting to Adv. C16391.
c/o The Tribune, P. 0. Box
N-3207, Nassau.


C16474
One experienced Cabinet
Maker. Call 3-4695 after 6 p.m.

TRADE SERVICES
C16112
SEWING MACHINE PARTS
AND REPAIRS
ISLAND FURNITURE
COMPANY
P. 0. Box N4818, Nassau
Dowdeswe!l and Christie
Streets
Telephone 21197. 23152.

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

C16133
FOR YOUR BUILDING
NEEDS AND CRANE HIRE ....
,,ee : -
iSLAND BUILDERS
I.IMITED
P. O. Box 6285 ES
Phone 3-1671 3-1672


C 16444


RALPH BROWN
34263 59368
BAHAMAS UPHOLSTERY
Adderley's Addition.
Rebuilding, R pair ing,
Refinishing.
1 7 years expei ine:. e.
FREE ESTIMATES


ALARMS/SECURITY
I.o i e' Alarmi Servi Rs I'h. .1 ?012
ANTENNAS
Island TV 2618
Al.' OM0TTI VE
Michaiel *\.Al-)
Ihlli ii '14 i i'H, 12 44

liyv Sirt ,I i,,r.ir Phl' 2 2434

Shell A iNii1 Sl.i I'n S'ii 2)000

\far:1thon l I .r d li' c, i i
BOOKSTORE
I he Christian I.lm kl ,
SlilP 'h S- M744

BUSINESS FORMS
I M i'l lVv
rI'nilTrs I'h. 2-4267/5 4011

KITCHEN CABINETS
O.'ii1i n wil\\rillth
I ufr itiuri I'h .3- 1 120

CAMERAS
Jrin Huill I'll. 2-42S2/3
CAR RENTAL
\. illu s..sI Dr II 't ar

DOWNTOWN PARKING

I'h ii. 2.4727(J.i\ ) 7-7387(ille)

ENTERTAINMENT
udiio Vlu.il & M vieS
dlin & I iii|, Seri I'tPh. 2.21S7

FLORISTS
I la.idJ I lorn l 'll1 2 2702/5-S419

GARDEN & PET SUPPLIES
Moidrniiisml (.jardt I'&1r
Andrira Sinh ppinii I'l./ai I'h. 2-2868
Nassau (.iardein & I'et
Monlltryxrs viiriKe i'h. 2-4259


CLASSIFIED ADVS. BRING RESULTS-FAST
TO PLACE YOUR ADV. TELEPHONE 21986 EXT. 5


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

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


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GRAND


BAHAMA

S REAL ESTATE _

C15456
EXUMA ACREAGE
One acre land near The Forest,
Great Exuma. Excellent for
farming. $2,500.00.
Contact: Brown, P. 0. Box
F-2480, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.Phone: 352-7305.

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).


SGRANDBAHAMA


CLASSIFIED


IELP WANTED HELP WANTED


C 15459
One male GARDENER
needed.
See Ural Smith, 8 Mile Rock,
Grand Bahama.

C15461
RESIDENT MANAGER FOR
LAND DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY Seeks male
individual with minimum of
ten years experience in land
use planning, developing, sales
promotion, public relations
and maintenance experience.
Educational requirements:
College level, Bachelor's degree
in Business Administration
and/or Engineering. Must be
insurable to handle money.
BAHAMAS DEVELOPERS
LIMITED, P. 0. Box F-160,
Freeport, Bahamas. Bahamians
only need aoDlv.

C15458

(ONE) JOURNEYMAN MEAT
CUTTER needed. He must
have at least three years
experience in meat cutting,
able to pass meat cutters' test.
Also he must be sanitary.
conscious.
(ONE) EXPERIENCED
FROZEN FOOD
MERCHANDISER. Must be
able to work under cold
conditions. 10 to 32 degrees-
price and display all types of
frozen foods inventory
control ordering.
(ONE) HEAD MARKET
PREPACK must have at least
3 years experience in self
service meats trying -
wrapping -- scaling -
displaying customer service
operate scales slicer -
grinder. Also he must be
sanitary conscious.
Monarch Investment Co., Ltd.,
Food Fair, P. 0. Box F-2416,
Freeport.

C15462
Capable person required to
serve as HANDY MAN.
Please contact: Luther
Johnson, West End, Grand
Bahama.

C15463
ASSISTANT CONTRACT
ADMINISTRATOR/LAND
DEVELOPMENT
Princess Properties
International Limited,
Bahamian Division has an
immediate opening for the
above mentioned position with
the following requirements:
Under the direction of the
Contract Administrator to
perform the following duties:
review 'and record land sales
contracts and prepare
collection letters for
delinquent accounts. Must have
knowledge of preparing legal
land descriptions for the
preparation of conveyances;
maintain records of monies
received from purchasers on
original contract sales and
appropriately prepare both
Bahamian ard U.S. dollar
deposits. Ir.aependentiv to
maintain an Accounts Payable
ledger and prepare the
disbursements of same. Assist
in the preparation of minutes
of meetings for the Board of
Directors, corporate
resolutions for nine (9)
affiliated company ies.
Applicants should have 2-3
years experience in contract
processing. Sel..ry will Le bsad
on qualifications and
experience.
Please mail resume to the
above company, P. 0. Box
F-684, Freeport, Grand
Bahama Island.

C16491
SYNTEX CORPORATION
HAS A VACANCY FOR A
PROCESS DEVELOPMENT
MANAGER.
Duties: Supervises and directs
all functions and activities of
the Process Development
DCpartment, is responsible for
the areas of process control on
processes n routine production
and the development of new
processes.
Qualifications: Must have a
Ph.D in Organic Chemistry
with experience in Organic
Process Development and
technical supervision of
chemists.
Applicants should reply to
Syntex Corporation, West
Sunrise Highway, or write to P.
O. Box F-2430, Freeport.


C 15460
Live-in MAID for all domestic
duties. Bahamian only apply
with references. Box F-96,
Freeport.

C 15457
LIVE-IN DOMESTIC Police
certificate and references
required. Freeport 373-2564 or
Box F-2452.

C15402
Live-In MAID wanted Holmes
Rock area. Call West End.
Butler and Sands, ext. 218.


C15465

CONTRACT ADMINISTRA-
TOR/LAND DEVELOP-
MENTT.
Princess Properties
International Limited, Bahamia
Division has an immediate
opening for the position of
CONTRACT ADMINISTRA-
TOR with the following
necessary requirements:
Knowledge of procedures,
processing and collection of
sales contracts; refinancing
methods; lot pricing;
conveyance procedures. The
applicant will also co-ordinate
sales material and acquisition
of supplies; investigate and
handle problem areas; and act
as liaison between local and
foreign attorneys, property
pwners and corporate affiliated
companies. Applicants should
have 2-3 years experience in
contract administration. Salary
will be based on qualifications
and experience.
Please mail resume and history
of salary in full'confidence to
the above company. Post
Office Box F-684, Freeport,
Grand Bahama Island.

C15464

POWERHOUSE FOREMAN:
Be in charge of Powerhouse,
supervise staff, and help to
repair broken' engines. 8-12
year's experience in diesel
engines. Has to be sober (it's a
must), reliable and willing to
work odd hours when
necessary. Police record, health
certificate and letters of
reference required.
LAUNDRY MANAGER:
Manage laundry and dry
cleaning department and
supervise all staff. 5-8 years
experience in dry cleaning and
laundry. Must be reliable and
able to work odd hours if
necessary. Police record, health
certificate and letters of
reference required.
Interested persons apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL,
WEST END. GRAND
BAHAMA, Personnel Office
between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
and 3:00 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Mailing
Address: 324 Datura St., Suite
211, West Palm Beach, Fla.
33401. Elon Martin, Jr.,
Personnel Director.
C15466
SHIFT ENGINEER --
Applicant is directly in charge-
of an operating crew and-
responsible for operation of all.
equipment related to the
production of electric power.
Individual must be fully con -
versant with power plant
equipment and it is essential
that previous training andc
experience include working as
equipment operator and
control room operator in a
high pressure power plant for
several years, or on steamships
of comparable operating
conditions. Individual reports
directly to Superintendent or
Assistant Superintendent.

WORKING FOREMAN
ELECTRIC TRANSMISSION
& DISTRIBUTION
Minumum five years
experience as journeyman/line-
man with ability to supervise
men in line construction and
maintenance. Requires ability
to understand blueprints,
knowledge of Wye and Delta
Transformer connections and
proper use of voltmeters and
ammeters. Must be willing to
work with instructor in aerial
bucket handling with rubber
gloves live circuits to 12,470
volts. Driver's licence required.

TECHNICIAN ELECTRIC
POWER Must be able to
prepare single line, schematic
and wiring diagrams, make
initial designs and cost
estimates for transmission and
distribution. Must make
preliminary designs for
overhead and underground
distribution standards. Must be
able to maintain index and
files of standards publication
and technical literature. Must
know recording meter function
computation of demand
billing.
Apply to: Personnel De-
partment, Freeport Com-
mercial & Industrial Limited,
P. O. Box F-2666 or 30C


Kipling Building, Freeport,
Grand Bahama.


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LAUNDRY&DRY CLEANING
Newv Orie~ila L.laidry Ph. 2-4403

MEN'S WEAR
I .shi-l nite. Lid. I'h. 2 176/7

OPTICIANS
)oplti'l S.rvi' .s Ld. I'lh. 2-391Q0/

PAPER
to,,mmn rcil I'fiaperli usoev I'll. S-9731
PRINTING
Wollig' rin i I' Ph. S-4506

l'rniievr' I'h. 2-4267/S-401 I

RUBBER STAMPS
Wionn's H ihhr Slain.,ms I'h. 5-4506
ril rhriunii,.' I'i. 2-1986

SPORTS GOODS
'h lmtpii SplrtLs .l, Id Ph. 2-18462

TRAVEL
1'l.,1 tours I'll. 2-2931/7
H. II. C(',r" .o,( i. 2-8681/7

TRUCKING
)hns~on\
frucking & [Lndtjapr I'h. 5-9574
cci .h saljad I ruicking
BI.x 5654 I'll. 2-4726/3-1562 ..

TV REPAIRS
(ii.innI'l I Ictr soiin. Lld.I'h. 3-5478

TYPEWRITER REPAIR
Junior Hetlhl I'h. 5-1044

UPHOLSTERING
ddi'"s luphrlslvriiii Ph. 5-9713


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"With a raise in salary I could enlarge my wardrobe,
so that I wouldn't have to stay at home on the days my
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CROSSWORD

PUZZLE
ACROSS
1. Gangster's girl 30. Crake
5. Resort 32. King
8. Greek letter 34. Horsefly larva
11. Anne Nichol's 35. Pundit
hero 37. Retainer
12. Mongrel 39. Inflammatory
13. Eye 44. Thrash soundly
14. Bistro 47. Larch
15. Plastic film 48. Snipefish
17. Side dish 49. Choose S
19. Yelp 50. River to the
20. Colonel's Seine
insignia 51. Clumsy boat
24. Ibsen character 52. Colonel
27. Williams of Donovan's
baseball group
29. Mansard 53. Rodents


YOU CAN ILL A WHOLE WY


DOWN
1. Riot-control
spray
2. Scottish


" What happens next?" asks the wooden
horse as it prances along the lanes with
Rupert on its back. Well, you've had a good
run." replies Rupert, "and now we must go to
my friend Bingo." The horse breathes a
long sigh. "Does that mean I'm to be put
on wheels again ? It says. Oh dear, it's a
dull life. Can't your friend make me into


4. Suspicious
5. Flee
6. Eureka red
7. Mountain crest
8. Beefwood
9. Craft
10. Japanese
seaport
16. Peter the Great
18. Ravage
21. Lump
22. Card game
23. Newt
24. Blockhead
25. Plant
26. Generation
28. Imperfections
31. Dye plant
33. Indeed
36. Ice house
38. King Arthur's
foster father
40. Siestas
41. Silkworm
42. Hotbed
43. English river
44. Vast amount
45. Feminine


(- CARROLL RIGHTER'S



from the Cerroll Righr InsItufe
/ GENERAL TENDENCIES: Surprising events
can happen today and tonight so be prepared
for them. Don't be upset because your plans may have to be
changed because of new opportunities present. You can easily
find a better way of living. Be alert.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) An associate's behavior is
puzzling so be sure to listen to what is being said and find out
your true position in the relationship.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You know how to get your
work done in a most efficient way that will bring approval of
higher-ups. Listen to what associates suggest.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Accept as many invitations
of a social nature as are extended today since some could
prove very interesting. Show devotion to mate.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Keep poised when
a family tie is acting somewhat erratic and all will soon
straighten itself out. Think constructively.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You may find it necessary to take
an unexpected trip so take it in stride. You have some
excellent ideas that should be expressed.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) You may have some added
expenses to meet today, but an opportunity to make money
comes your way. Seize it. Use good practical sence.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Conditions around you appear
dismal but if you are alert and do something about them
quickly, all works out fine. Action is the keynote.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Although you feel hemmed
in, this is a good time to take action and get yourself out of
trouble. Your finest judgment should be used.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) You want to get into
new interests and can do just that now because you have
reached a personal goal. Express your fine abilities.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) A bigwig may seem
demanding but knows your capabilities. Show that you are
equal to his confidence. Relax at home tonight.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Handling new projects
efficiently is best way to proceed now. Make new
arrangements for the future. Think along logical lines.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) An inspired thought has to be
studied from every angle if yo angle if you are to make the most of it. Do
nothing that could harm your health.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY... he or she will
possess much talent and it will require a most comprehensive
education to bring them out properly. Much that is artistic will
appeal to your gifted progeny. Make sure you show love and
warmth and a successful life is assured. Be sure to give religious
and ethical training early in life.


No. 7.510 by TIM McKAY
Across
1. tVrit a note. (4. 1, 4)
7. Royal headband. (0)
9. Flummoxed. (2. 3. 4)
12. Trick. (4)
13 Scottish tribe. (4)
14. Take exercise (4. 1. 4)
15. Stalk (4)



Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
Nowhere has the standard of
bridge risen so high or so fast
as among teenagers. Plays that
were once the prerogative of the
masters have become almost
commonplace in University
bridge. Here's an example from
the Inter-Collegiate Champion-
ship in America.
Dealer West: Love All
North
K
XKJ10 8 7 4 2
A 10 8 4
West East
4 AKQ10 9 8 4 J852
in 1 n i A 17


V u10 3
Q A9


VA 7 5
S9653
SK 3


South
4 7
SQ J 9 8 6 4 2
? 7 5 2
West North East South
IV 30 34 Pass
44 4NT Pass 56
Pass Pass Dble
The bidding is sophisticated
and even trendy. North's prefer-
ence for diamonds over clubs
rules out the Unusual No-Trump
-2NT over 14., asking for
South's longer minor. Over 44,.
4NT Is however, unmistake-
able. North can't have heart%
since he didn't make a take-out
double of 14. So he has clubs.
Turn to West. He cannot be
content with a 300 penalty for
he would then lose to all the
Wests who were allowed to play
In 44.
Looking for something better,
he laid down the OA and under-
played his 4AKQ ta put East In
with the 4J. Ruffing the
lowed. East s 4K came as a
surprise, but by then East-West
had already made sure of a good
score.


some other kind of horse ? By that time
they have reached Bingo's cottage, and when
Rupe.t leads the horse into the garden he
finds his inventor chum beside a heap of
lumber on the lawn. Hullo. Rupe:t," calls
out Bingo, glancing round. "I've been
clearing out the attic."
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


16. Volcano. (4)
17. Late meals. (7)
20. Roy's name. (5)
21. Grain crop. (3)
22. ColOtif. (1)
23. Ship's Umber. (4)
Down
1. Doubt Alec-(anax.). (6-3
2. Tear. (3)
3. In the wronx place. (3. 2
4. Part of a race. (3)
5. Worship of craven Ima
e. Demon rate (anax.). (9)
8. Impetuosity. (4)
10. I n tense
d I slilke.
(4)
II. Pattern.
(7)
12. 8 I I I-
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(4)
s13. Hurrabs.
(6)
s18. 8 wine.
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only one of the various plausible
tries actually solves the problem.
Par times : 2 minutes, problem
master; 4 minutes, expert; 'I
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average; 40 minutes, novice.
Solution on Page ??
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England

out for

places

down


under
LONDON Pakistan named
an unchanged team today to
try to break the deadlock with
England and win the third and
final cricket test match.
The game starts at the Oval
tomorrow. The first two tests
ended in draws.
England have recalled fast
bowler Bob Willis and added
him to the 11 men who
played in the second test at
Lord's. The team will be
chosen just before the match.
Pakistan: Sadiqi Mohammad,
Maitd Khan, Mushtaq Mohamnmad,
/aheer Ahhas, Asif lyhal, Wasim
Raja, Intikhah Alam (captain),
Imran Khan, Sarfrar Na%\a/, Wasim
Bari, Asif Mahood. 12th man
Aftah Haloch.
I.ngland (from): Dennis Amiss.
David i.loyd John I drich, Mike
Dennes (captain), Keith I letcher,
I ony G(reig, Alan Knott, Chris Old,
(Geoff Arnold, Mike Hendrick. Bob
Willis, Derek Underwood.
The England players have
two incentives to do well. They
need a victory to clinch the
series against Pakistan, and
they will be playing for places
in the team to tour \ustralia
this winter.
But the weather has turned
hot. almostt for the first time
this summer, and it seems
likely that Pakistan will get the
I sunshine and firm conditions
, its batsmen like.
Summarized scores,
At Lord's Middlesex (17 points)
beat Surrey (8) by 10 wickets.
Surrey 308 and 70 (P'hil Idmonds 6
for 22). Middlesex 277 for 9 closed
and 102 for no wicket.
A t N o r t ha m p t on .
Northamptonshire (12 points) beat
Nottinghamshire (7) by 7 wickets.
Nottinghamshire 261 for 4 closed
and 67. Northamptonshire 196 and
133 for 3.
At Edgbaston. Warwickshire (IS
points) beat Sussex (4) hby 5
wickets. Sussex 132 and 140.
Warwickshire 195 and 78 for 5.
At Dover. Kent (18 points) heat
Gloucestershire by an innings and
12 runs. Kent 301 tor 6 declared.
Gloucestershire 117 (Derek
Underwood 6 for 38) and 172.
At Western-super Mare. Somerset
(15 points) beat Leicestershire (4)
by 179 runs. Somerset 181 and 303
for 6 declared. Leicestershire 131
and 174 (Halltam Moseley 4 tor 43).
At Worcester. Worcestershire (18
points) beat Essex (3) by 10
wickets. Essex 264 and 179.
Worcestershire 404 for 8 closed and
40 for no wicket.
At Chesterfield. Yorkshire (1.7
points) beat )Derbyshire (4) by 124
run.s. Yorkshire 254 for 8 closed
and 211. tDerbhshire 199 and 142
('hil (Carrick 4 for 69).
At Cardiff. (ilamorgan (14
poitls) heat Hampshire (6) by five
\si'ck'ts Ilampshire 234 and 37.
(;lamorgan 90 and 284 for 5 (I.en
Ilill 90).
\Il\ t anchester. Pakistan 282 anli
232 for 6 declared (Sadi)q
Mohiinamiad 50). Lancashire 213
5 declared and 30 for 2. Drawn.


IBM ALL THE



WAY IN WIN


Picture: RICKEY WELLS
Charlie Mortimer delivers a pitch during
his 12-4 lost to IBM last night.


THAT BEING in shape is an integral part o
winning was deftly demonstrated to Charlie
Mortimer and Killarney Division pennant
winners BaTelCo Royals during last night's
first game of the Commercial League
championship playoffs.
Mortimer in going the full seven inning
distance gave up a total of eight hits including
Larry Bingham's three-run triple in the top of
the fifth inning as International Business
Machine took a 12-4 victory and a one game
lead in the best of three series.
"I felt great, all I did was work with my
catcher, and if they hit the ball I knew my
defence would have helped me out," said
winning pitcher Herman Johnson. He struck
out four batters and gave up only six hits.
Johnson walked seven.
Mortimer figured that the Cunningham
Division winners would have been another of
his triumphs that gave him a 16-3 record in
regular season play. However, he was in for a
surprise.
IBM started off their half of the first inning
by scoring five big runs off four hits. Felix
Stubbs led off with a base on balls and was
followed by Herbert Johnson who was hit by a
pitch to put runners on first and second.
Consecutive singles by Crestwell Pratt and
Bingham scored IBM's first three runs. Pratt
collected an rbi on his hit, and Bingham got
two. Rodney Johnson and Tommy Stubbs
both collected run scoring hits in that inning.
Johnson who was in good shape never got
into any real trouble. Backed by sound
defence he held BaTelCo scoreless over the
first four innings on just two hits. Third
baseman Sonny Haven collected one in the
first and short stop Julian Glover got another
in the fourth.
In the top of the third, IBM added three
more insurance runs moving ahead 8-0. Young
Stubbs scored his first run and knocked in his
second in that inning.
Controversy started in the top of the top of the fifth
inning when BaTelCo catcher Winston
Sherman was ejected from the game because of
interfering with IBM's baserunner. The game
came to a half momentarily as the umpire
explained his decision.
Eddie Carey was then brought in to replace
Sherman and Lester Gardiner substituted for
Berty Murray.
These changes made a big difference in
BaTelC6's lineup. Gardiner's single was
responsible for three runs though he was
awarded only two rbi's.
The second game will be played Thursday
night (8 o'clock) at the John F. Kennedy Park.


Sports Editor. Tribune,
In the first press release by
the New Providence Basketball
Association it was clearly
stated that this association did
not have aniy affiliation with
the Bahamas Amateur
Basketball Association.
That is in the July 6, 1974
edition of the Nass;i:;
Guardian. Just recently the
Tribune carried a report
concerning this association and
this very plain simple fact was
mentioned with emphasis.
I said that it would be
impossible to hold an
isliInd-wide basketball
tournament if I was strung up
thunder B.A.B.A.
II is evident from a report in
last night's Tribune that the
B.A.B.A. is out to create
division and confusion. It does
not like this work. For the first
time in all Bahamian history a


dynamic islaind-wide
tournament is in progress as
an educational service in the
public interest. There is an
imperative need for a
nationwide example a
pattern for others to walk
therein.
This association does not
have B.A.B.A. players, coaches
or officials. Such cannot enter
the New Providence Basketball
Association. Only those who
desire to be an example to the
nation are admitted but only
after they have been tested and
approved.
B.A.B.A. is not an
educational service in the
public interest. Its leaders are
all selfish and are not
concerned about giving,
helping, sharing, serving the
nation willingly and voluntarily.
Many had expressed shock
and dismay at the so-called


Bahamas

is site

for Davis

Cup tie
THE BAHAMAS has been
chosen as the site for the
North American zone Davis
Cup tie between the U.S. and
the Caribbean.
The competition will be
staged at the Ocean Club,
Paradise Island, October II
to 13.
The Commonwealth
Caribbean Lawn Tennis
Association champions, Leo
Rolle and John Antonas of
the Bahamas are expected to
be named to the Caribbean
team as is Jamaica's dynamic
Richard Russell.
In other Davis Cup zone
pairings Canada faces Mexico,
and Colombia faces South
Africa.

Boxers

beaten
LIGHTWEIGHT Nathaniel
Whymms and light
heavyweight Ted Rolle were
both defeated Monday thus
eliminating the Bahamas from
the World Boxing
Championships following the
first round of competition.
Whymms who is the
Amateur Boxing Association
of the Bahamas' golden glove
champion was stopped in the
second round of his match
against Mexican Juan Garcia.
Rolle who lost to Russian
Rushat Riskiev had his bout
stopped by the referee in the
third and final round.
The boxers along with
A.B.A.B. president Fred
Sturrup and national coach
Bert Perry are expected to
return this weekend.
In other bouts Monday,
Humberto Sotero (El
Salvador) pounded out a
unanimous decision over
Costa Rican Felix Montoyo
and European champ
Constantin Gruescu
(Romania) won a unanimous
decision over Ireland's Davis
Larmour.


Bowling can roll ahead


Tillt BAHAMAS Bowling
Association's qualms of their
having to put off their
1974-'75 season can now be
pushed aside, at least for the
time being thanks to the
beneficial help of sportsman
Glenroy "Flo" Saunders.
duringg last season, the
15-year-old facilities at the
Plaza Lines in Palmdale have
been gradually deteriorating
reaching the stage whereby it
was impossible to bowl a


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match without them
mal-functioning.
The B.B.A. were even
considering curtailing their
series "the obvious reason
being that we are not sure that
facilities will be available,"
president Jeff Alhury told the
audience at this year's awards
presentation.
However, the late Mr. Joe
Garfunkel, owner of.the lanes
did not want to see the sport


die. He employed Saunders to
working for over a year.
"Right now, I know more of
appraise the lanes, and possibly
get them back in working
condition.
"They were in a pitiful
state," said Saunders, a
mechanic by trade. "I was
ready to quit right then. But it
was a .-hallenge and I like
challenges. I just believe that if
anything can be fixed, I can fix


it." And so he set to work.
After six weeks of intense
renovating, eight of the 10
lanes are back in working
condition. Among them were a
couple that had not been
these machines in the two
months that I have been here
than those who were keeping
them all along," he asserted.
What the B.B.A. lacked was a
maintenance mechanic,
Saunders said.


With experience gleaned
from their careless loss to
Bahamas Electricity
Corporation that gave them
their first loss of the season,
the Roaring Tigers seek to
regain first place in the
Imperial League tonight when
they meet the strong Paradise
Casino in the second game 9
o'clock at the John F.
Kennedy Park.
Defending New Providence
champs the Ministry of works
who seem slowly but surely
moving out the slumps, play
Melroso Ginger in the first
game at 7 o'clock.
Having shared first with
Paradise for most of the season
so far, the Tigers against B.E.C.
made a defensive change that
proved fatal to their winning
streak. They bought on key
pitcher Hasting Campbell for
starter Wayde Davis in the
bottom of the last inning only
to give up three costly runs.
"We were just a little bit
careless. We were too
confident." Tigers' manager
Kinsley Cooper pondered,
"Tonight it will be different
though."
Cooper observed Paradise
Sunday against B.E.C. and
figured that the former were
just lucky. He felt that
fundamental errors caused
B.E.C. to lose.
tonight, Campbell will again
employ his firey fast ball and,


LOPES LASI
CHICAGO Davey Lopes
blasted three home runs, a
double and a single, and Jim
Wynn, Steve Garvey and Willie
Craw ford also homered
Tuesday to power the Los
Angeles Dodgers to an 18-8
rout of the Chicago Cubs.
The Dodgers rattled off 24
hits as Don Sutton, 11-9,
picked up only his fourth
career triumph over the Cubs
against 15 losses.
Lopes, a .251 hitter with
only three previous homers this
season, connected in the first
two innings, doubled in the
third, single in the fourth and
homered again in the sixth.
Wynn hit his 28th homer
after Bill Buckner singled in
the first inning, Garvey slugged
his 18th with two men aboard
in the seven-run sixth and
Crawford's ninth homer, an
inside-the-park shot, also came
in the big sixth.
The Cubs finally retired
Lopes on an infield grounder in
the seventh inning. His 15 total
bases fell three short of the
Major League record of 18 set


TIGERS


OUT

TO TRAP

TOP SPOT

AGAIN
following the match "we'll be
on top again," said Cooper
confidently. "I think we have
better hitters than they, and
moreover Harold Whyte's fast
balls can't last."
Currently, Paradise Casino
are undefeated in five while the
Tigers are four and one.
Actually, Cooper feels that
tonight will begin the downfall
of Paradise. "I don't think
Casino is going to be in(
contention after a few games.
St Michael's is going to pick
up."
Presently, the Tigers are
lacking only one key player -
outfielder Anthony Roberts.
He sought a few weeks rest
following the baseball season.
IMI'lRIAL IL.I-A(;GUE
(standings)


Casino
Tigers
Taylor's
B.E.C.
M.O.W.
St. Michael's
Baintown
Metroso
Fort Fincastle


HES CUBS
by Joe Adcock of the
Milwaukee Braves in 1954 with
four homers and a double.
Rick Stelmaszek hit a
two-run homer for Chicago in
the sixth inning and Carmen
Fanzone blasted a grand slam
off reliever Charlie Hough in
the eighth.
INTREPID WINS

NEWPORT, Rhode Island
Intrepid sailed to a 10 minute,
10 second victory over Valiant
Tuesday in the New York
Yacht Club final trial races for
an America's Cup defender.
In another race, Courageous
outsailed Mariner by 8:10.

WORLD RECORD
VIENNA Rosemarie
Kother of East Germany
smashed the world record for
the women's 100-meter
butterfly in a heat at the
European swimming
championship today with a
time of 01:02.09.
She beat the old record set
by compatriot Kornelia Ender
last year of 01:02.31.


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IN I4HI ISTA[It of STUART SHFRMAN late
of the Iaistern District of the Island of New
Providence one of the Bahama Islands. deceased.

ALl persons having claims against the above
-statc are requested to send the same duly
Ce'rtikli d in writing to the undersigned on or before
the 30th. day of September 1974 after
which date the Executor will proceed to distribute
the assets having regard only to the claims of which
he shall then have had notice.
AND ALL persons indebted to the said [state
are requested to make full settlement on or before
the date hereinbefore mentioned.

DATDI) this 15th day of August A.D). 1974.

FOSTER CLARKE.
Executor of the Estate
of the late Stuart Sherman.
Hope Town. Abaco.
Bahamas.


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