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Publication Date: August 22, 1974
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Thursday, August 22,1974


takeover


this week

GOVERNMENT will this week officially take over the last of the three ('able
Beach hotels it bought with a $20 million loan approved by the House of Assembly
on August 1.
Joining the Ambassador (formerly Sonesta) Beach Hotel and the Balmoral Beach Hotel under
Government control will be the Emerald Beach Hotel.


This was confirmed by
Financial Secretary Reginald
Wood, chairman of an ad hoc
Government committee
appointed to supervise the
hotels' takeover and to
generally oversee the hotels'
operations until the planned
Bahamas Hotel Corporation
comes into being with the
passage of enabling legislation.
"We are proceeding with
negotiations and should take
over the. Emerald Beach later
this week, by Friday I hope,"
Mr. Wood told The Tribune.
On the ad hoc committee
with the Financial Secretary
are Budget Director Artemus
Cox, Assistant Tourism
Director Basil Albury, Jeremy
Bonnet, also of the Tourism
Ministry, and Senior Crown
Counsel Neville Smith of the
Legal Department.
The 386-room Emerald
Beach was owned by Corrigan
Hotels. Government is buying
the hotel, along with 23 acres
of land on wlli-h it is located,
f-r$4 8 millmo,.
its operation 'will continue
to be managed by Hyatt
International Hotels, the
management group which ran
it before under an agreement
with Corrigan.
The Emerald Beach was the
only one of the three hotels


REG WOOD
that carried no explicit or
implicit deadline on the
completion of its sale.
The 400-room Sonesta
owned by General Bahamian
Companies, who planned to
shut down the operation on
Aug. 3 if no buyer was found.
Government paid $10.6 million
and took over the property at
midnight on July 31, renaming
it the Ambassador Beach
Hotels.
It continues to be run by the
previous GBC appointed
management team, headed by
Bob Souers.
T:te 200-room Balmoral,
bought for $3.5 million,
carried a deadline of sorts that
no one knew about. It was
owned by Court Lines, the
British travel company that
went into liquidation on Aug.
15.
Local observers were
concern-d that the Court
liquidation could jeopardise
completion of the sale. But
The Tribune learned that
Government had taken
possession of the property at
midnight on Aug. 14.
T he Balmoral's Court
Lines-appointed general
manager, Roger Westbury, had
quit some weeks before to take
a new post at the South Ocean
Beach Hotel. Mr. John Boone,
named acting manager by
Court, is continuing in that
capacity under Government
instructions.
The Balmoral is eventually
to be managed by a still

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SEE
MODERN FURNITURE
FOR MODERN
PEOPLE
L iTOlME!


By MIKE LOTHIAN


unspecified internationally
known hotel management
group.
Mr. Wood told The Tribune
that no decision has been made
yet on who the management
group will be.
In announcing the purchase
plans in a Communication to
the House on the morning of
July 31, Prime Minister
Lynden Pindling said the three
hotels would form the nucleus
of a planned resort complex in
the Cable Beach area that
would include convention
facilities and a gambling casino.
No further information has
been forthcoming on the plans
to build a convention centre
and casino, although a
recent speech by Deputy
Prime Minister and Finance,
Minister Arthur D. Hanna in
New York indicated that the
convention centre, at least.


would le ready for use in
1976.
Observers all point to the
seven acres on the south side of
West Bay Street now occupied
by the I lobby Horse Race
Track as the logical place to
build the complex, and the
track's owner has confirmed to
The Tribune that there has
been at least one ol facial feeler
seeking his reaction to the
prospect of re-!.ncating. But
there has been no ft icial
announcement
The $20 million is being
borrowed from (lie Bank of
Nova Scotia on hrms thlie
Coveurfirnert hia, ii Nr 'ci!
disclosed. The 1 1I million left
after the purchase ot the three
hotels is earmarked to huw)
additional adjacent properly
and to at least start the
extensive renovations that are
needed at the Emerald Beach.


HOME AFFAIRS Minister
Darrell Rolle on Wednesday
refused to answer Opposition
questions on the issuing of
special firearms licences, on
grounds that "it is not in the
public interest" to do so.
However, he was "prepared
to discuss the matter with
theLeader of the Opposition
if he so desires."
Norman Solomon
(FNM-St. George &
Dunmore) had asked the
Minister to disclose the
identity of persons to whom
the "special licences" for
hand guns and similar
weapons were issued in 1971,
1972 and 1973.
He had also wanted to
know "what criteria are used
in order to determine who
shall be and who shall not be


THE GOVERNMENT's
Bahamas Information Services
will become an official
department of the
Government under a bill tabled

in the House for first reading
on Wednesday by Prime
Minister L. O. Pindling.
The bill, to "establish a
Department of Government to
be called the Bahamas
Information Services
Department," is scheduled for
debate in the House on
September II.
The functions of the new
Department are to be:
"To explain the policy and
activities of the Government to


issued with a pistol or
revolver."
When Mr. Rolle declined to
answer with the proviso
that he would be prepared to
discuss the matter privately
with Opposition Leader
Kendal G. L. Isaacs Mr.
Sol Imon asked a
supplementary question:
"Were any of thie firearms
issued under special licences
issued to bodyguards of Mr.
Robert Vesco?"
Mr. Rolle said "I don't
think it is a supplementary
question." But that, too, he
was prepared to discuss with
Mr. Isaacs.
Mr. Solomon later formally
tabled the question on the
bodyguards as a notice for a
subsequent House meeting.


Eastern brings

back Whisper


EASTERN Airlines in its
new fall schedules which start
September 4 will fly five daily
flights between Nassau and
Miami and one non-stop flight
between Nassau and Fort
Lauderdale.
It will also re-introduce its
wide-bodied L 101 Tristar
Whisperjet-liner which was the
first jumbo jet to enter daily
commercial service between
Nassau and Miami last
December.
The Whisperliner will
operate on the Boston-Miami-
Nassau route arriving here at
2.25 p.m. daily, leaving at 3.23
p.m., arriving in Miami at 4.10
and continuing on to New
York at 5 p.m.
Other flight times of Eastern


leaving Nassau daily will be at
9.05 a.m., 10.10 a.m., 1.50
p.m., and 8.20 p.m.
The flight to Fort
Lauderdale will leave Nassau
at 4.36 p.m.
DC-9 and Boeing jetliners
will be used on all flights other
than the Whisperliner service.
On October 27 when the
Bahamas reverts to Fastern
Standard Time, all flights will
operate one hour earlier than
in Florida where Daylight
Saving Time will continue.
During the fall also Eastern
will operate on Saturdays and
Sunday y s only tto
Ba It i more/Washington and
Philadelphia. but will resume a
daily service to those citi's on
November 1.


the public;
"To provide a central
channel through which may
flow information to and
enquiries from the public, press
and other media of
communication:
"Generally to advise the
Government in relation to the
dissemination of information
about the work of the
Government and to take all
such measures as may be
required to carry out
effectively the functions
specified in the preceding
paragraphs."
One provision of the bill
declares that "the offices of
the Department shall not be


-Vesco


linked


plane


seized
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS
The U.S. Customs Service
has seized an executive jet
aircraft in connection with
alleged gun running, and
William Sessions. San
Antonio federal district
attorney, said Thursday it is a
Robert) Vesco-connected
plane."
Vesco. now living in Cost
Rica, is under federal
indictment on charges
stemming from a secret
$200,000 contribution he
made to President Nixon's
re-election campaign in an
alleged attempt to influence
an investigation by the
Securities and Exchange
Commission.
James Lindsey, special
customs agent, said. "Thomas
Patrick Richardson identified
himself as owner of the
aircraft." Richardson is head
of a Los Angeles brokerage
firm and an associate of
Vesco.
Lindsey said the plane was
seized under a section of the
U.S. code which "has to do
with illegal exportation of
munitions from this country
to a foreign co'mntry."
Mack Ausburn, identifying
himself as a Richardson
lawyer. said he had talked
with customs agent Sam
Schwarit7 who told him the
plane was "being confiscated
for alleged violation of
f-deral laws involving
transportation of munitions
and implements of war to a
foreign country." Ausburn
said he was told that the
country involved was Costa
Rica.
'Costa Rica is one of the
few nations in the world
without an army.
Ausburn said he was told
that agents "came in like
gangbusters'" to confiscate
the plane Wednesday at the
San Antonio International
Airport and that one of the
-ars carrying agents
apparently was struck by the
aircraft as it was taxiing.
Jerry Newton of the U.S.
attorney's office in Los
Angeles where Richardson
resides, was quoted by the
San Antonio Express as
saying no arrests were made.
Newton said the seizure
arose out of an investigation
in his district.
On July 29. Washington
sources reported that
government investigators had
obtained information that
weapons and call girls had
been smuggled out of this
country to Vesco.
According to one source,
the guns reportedly were used
to arm bodyguards who
protect Vesco in his Costa
Rican hideaway.
Two days later Vesco. in a
letter to the Costa Rican
minister of public security,
denied the charges and called
them "ridiculous and
absurd." (AP)
LELORD KORDEL
ENDS TOMORROW
1 Ill POPULAR Lelord
'Kot dcl column "Stay Alive
Longer" is not published
today. 'he final article of the
21- ptl series will be published
to 1111 row.
Ilie Kordel book from
which this series of special
articles was taken is now
available at The Tribune at a
cost ot SI .50 each


public offices for the purposes
of the Constitutiion."
The provision is intended to
remove officials of the
depart ment from the
jurisdiction of the Public
Service Commission, the body
with Constitutional authority
to screen applications for
appointment to the public
service.
Bahamas Information
Services already exists, but is
only one section of the Office
of the Prime Minister.
Under the bill tabled
Wednesday, officials of the
Department will be appointed
by the minister responsible for
Government information and


Cost of

THE COST of living
Providence rocketed up more
percent in the year between J
and June 1974, boosted by
percent jump in food prices, thi
Department revealed.
Little of the year's da
pocketbooks was done during
year, however. The Departme
price index for New Providen
only- a .82 percent rise in June
index.
'.And the food category, f
wvas alone in registering more
percent one-year increase.
Clothing and footwear price
under 14 percent in the twe


RENO, NEVADA The
federal indictments of Howard
Hlughes and three others on
charges of stock manipulation,
conspiracy and fraud were
returned "under circumstances
so bizarre and so questionable"
an investigation should be held,
one of those indicted contends.
In papers filed Tuesday in
U.S. district court here,
Chester Davis, counsel for
Hughes' Summa Corp., asked
the court to investigate why
new indictments were returned
one day before the deadline
when there is "reason to


TIN road accidents were
reported by the police Traffic
Department over the past 24
hours, two of which left two


public relations. The same
minister will, subject to the
concurrence of the Finance
Minister, determine the pay
and conditions of service of
Department employees.
The minister "responsible
for Government information
and public relations" is the
Prime Minister.
The expenses incurred by
the Department will be paid
out of moneys provided by
Parliament.
The 1974 Budget approved
by Parliament provided
$523,000 for the Bahamas
Information Services section of
the Prime Minister's Office.


living rockets 1

on New period. The cost of transport jacked up
than 13 by fuel prices recorded a 13.6 percent
June 1973 increase.
a 21.42 The "other goods and services"
e Statistics category of the index went up almost
eight percent. Health and personal care
damage to costs increased more than 7.5 percent.
June this The cost of housing rose 6.94 percent.
ant's retail The smallest one-year increase was
ce showed registered by the recreation and reading
over May's category: 4.31 percent.


fortunately,
than a 20

-s rose just
elve-month


Changes in the June index over May
were relatively small.
Food prices rose 1.09 percent in June
over May.
The highest May-June rise was in


Police beat me,



tells robbery trial


ERSKINE DARLING, 32,
today denied being involved in
the January 18-'armed robbery
of the Freeport Barclays Bank
and said that three decoy notes
found in his possession were
probably given him by former
co-accused Ed Thomas who
frequented his gaming house.
Darling, who told jurors in
the almost three-week-old trial
that he is a grocery store and
gaming house operator is
jointly accused with Ezekiel
Baillou, 29, and Isiah
"Elmore" Colebrooke, 34.
He told the court that police
officers beat him up after he
was arrested on January 30 at
the Nassau International
Airport upon his return from a
holiday in Jamaica
He said he was taken to the
C.I.D. office in Nassau after
being arrested by Insp. Kendal
Lightbourne and cpl. Cordell
Delancey.
The officers hand-cuffed
him to a post and questioned
him, he said. One of them
punched him in the stomach
several times and another
pushed a piece of cloth into his
mouth whenever he attempted
to scream, he said. He never
signed a statement when
ordered to do so, he said.
They also placed him on a
table when he slumped onto
the floor after they beat him,
he said.
He was taken to Freeport
the day after his arrest and
police officers at Freeport also
questioned and beat him, he
said.
Darling said police told him
they had arrested Baillou, and
Colebrooke earlier, along with
Ed Thomas, who pleaded
guilty to robbing the bank of
over $91,000.


Under cross-examination by
Crown Counsel Algernon
Allen, Darling charged that he
was often bothered by
policemen at Freeport and had
brought charges against two of
them in the lower court at
Grand Bahama.
Once, police arrested and
beat him because they said he
was attempting to assassinate
Grand Bahama M.P Kendal
Nottage, le alleged
lie challenged the
prosecution, conducted by
attorney Algernon Allen, to
bring proof of his charges as he
could prove his allegations of
police brutality.
Hle complained to Ireepoit
C.I.D. head, Paul Thompson
and the Prime Minister about
the policemen. "And if you
want to prove that, just ring
22805," the Prime Minister's
telephone number, he said.
The prosecution, however,
charged that police received
$10,300 from Clarita Lindsay,
Darling's girlfriend's sister.
Among the notes were three
decoy notes, used by the bank
to identify it when stolen.
Darling said it was not
surprising that the notes were a
part of the money his
"sister-in-law" had been
keeping for him. In his
business, he came across all
types of money and on
occasion, had even been given
counterfeit, he said.
It was possible that Thomas
may have given him the
money. Thomas gambled at his
gaming house very often, he


lie said the money was his
own and he had a portion of it
a long time before the bank
was robbed. Hle was at his
"business" on the day of the
robbery and was prepared to
bring witnesses to prove what
he said. he told the court.

Thlie trial will resume
'Tuesday following an
adjournment allowed Darling
by Mr. Justice Maxwell
Thon:pson enabling him to
produce his witnesses.

TOURISM TALK

IOIURISM Minister ClViment
Iu. Maynard will speak on
tourism at the Thursday,
August 29 luncheon meeting of
the Nassau Kiwanis C('lub.

DANCE
TilHE. K-MATES Club of Fort
Montagu will sponsor a
back-to-school dance at the
Blue Hill Golf Club tomorrow
beginning at S 30 p.m. There
will be a small admission fee.

UNION ELECTION
IT WAS incorrectly stated in
Tuesday's Tribune report on
the Public Services Union's
election that encumbents,
second vice president Leon
Hutchinson and assistant
secretary Brenda Rolle were
etillrned IiIunopposed.
In fact, neither of the two
stood foi ic-election. B.E.
Ferguson and Verline Knowles
were unopposed nominees for
second vice president and
assistant secretary respectively.


believe no evidence was
presented to the grand jury at
any time since the December
27 indictment."
The charges involve Hlughes'
acquisition of Air West, a
regional airline, in 1068.
The December indictments
were dismissed in January by
U.S. district court judge Bruce
Thompson, who declared the
indictments were "the worst
case of criminal pleading I have
ever encountered."
Davis said in his suggestion
that he believes the second
indictments will also be
dismissed. But, said Davis, the


persons detained at the
Princess Margaret Hlospital.
Yesterday at approximately
1:30 p.m., Victoria Bethell, a
four-year-old girl of Providence
Avenue and a pedestrian, was
knocked down at the
intersection of Providence
Avenue and Cecilia Street by
car number NPZ 551
reportedly driven by Anthony
Pinder of Sears Road.
Victoria is detained at the
hospital and today hospital
authorities listed her condition
as "fair and improving."
Monica Sherman, 43, of
Carmichael Road and a
pedestrian, was knocked down
on Carmichael Road at 2 p.m.
yesterday by car number
N7203 reportedly driven by
Samuel Edy of Dean's Lane.
Sherman is also detained at
the hospital and her condition
was listed as "fair and
improving."


3 per cent

recreation and reading, which increased
3.42 percent.
All the other categories rose less than
one percent: housing 0.26 percent;
clothing and footwear 0.71 percent;
transport 0.81 percent: health and
personal care 0.69 percent and other
goods and, services 0.08 percent.
None of the food ":ms listed in the
June index rose by as much as one-tenth
of one percent. The highest single rise was
registered by sodas, which rose only
eight-one hundredths of one percent.
The cost of living figures. released to
the morning paper sometime Tuesday,
were not released to Ihe Tribune until
late Wednesday.


U


defendants "are entitled to
more than freedom from
prosecution: they are entitled
to go forth unstained in the
public eye."
Davis said U.S. Attorney V.
to "round tip the grand
jurors" July 30 and "the
present new indictment was
issued within minutes" after a
qriorum of jurors was
obtained. I hat was less than
seven hours before the deadline
for issuing another indictment.
"It seems clear that no
evidence was presented to the
grand jury on July 29 or July
30," Davis said.
'We believe the department
had no new facts or law before
it. So we conclude that the
reversal by justice may have
been for motives wholly
unrelated to the merits of the
case."
Davis also contends stories
in the Las Vegas Sun and the
New York Times "warrant an
investigation as to whether
Hleaton or his associates were
directly responsible for leaks or
planted stories in the press..."
Indicted with Hughes and
Davis were Robert Maheu, the
former head of Hughes' Nevada
gaining and hotel empire, and
Davis Charnay, head of Four
Star Produtions, a Los Angeles
film production company.
The indictments accuse
Hughes and the others of
conspiring to drive down the
market value of Air West
before Hughes bought the
airline in December 1968. He
renamed it Hughes Airwest.
Hughes is now living at the
Xanadu Princess Hotel ha
Freeport. Grand Bahama. (AP).


ROLLE

SIDESTEPS
POLICE
TRANSPORT

STATEMENT
HOMI At-FAIRS Minister
Darrell L. Rolle on Wednesday
neatly avoided a direct
statement on whether the
Police Force is up to strength
in regard to transport, and on
whether a recent public appeal
to buy new vehicles was
necessary.
Opposition Leader Kendal
Isaacs (FNM-Fort Montagu)
asked Mr. Rolle what make and
model car were now being used
as patrol cars, how many have
been purchased and from
whom.
Mr. Rolle said 12, 1974
Ford Mavericks were purchased
from ABC Motors on May 9.
"Is the Police Force now up
to strength so far as patrol cars
and other vehicles are
concerned?" Mr. Isaacs asked.
"There has never been a set
establishment for police
vehicles," Mr. Rolle replied.
"The replacement or the
acquisition of new vehicles is
based on the demands of the
Force."
On the basis of that answer,
a further question on when the
Force's vehicle complement
would be brought tip to
strength "does not arise,"
according to Mr. Rolle.
Mr. Isaacs went oh to ask
whether the Minister
considered an appeal for public
donations to buy cars
"necess.ni y."
"The appeal was a noble and
worthwhile public gesture,"
the Minister replied.
In response to another
question tabled by Clarence
Town M.P. Michael
Lightbourn. Mr. Rolle said
Wednesday that the four police
patrol boats have been insured
by Nassau Underwriters
Agency Limited since they
were commissioned in
November 1970.

LIAT flies on
SAN JUAN The LIAT
airline announced Wednesday
that it would continue its
Caribbean operation with
Financing from the
governments of Grenada and
the Associated States.
The management consultant
firm of Coopers and Lybrand
was engaged as an adviser to
the Caribbean governments as
they negotiate for -.the
acquisition of the regional
airline, LIAT said.
The future of LIAT had
been in doubt since the
collapse of its parent owner,
Court Line, the British holiday
finn.
LIAT, based in Antigua,
serves 22 destinations in the
eastern Caribbean and is the
only scheduled carrier between
many of the Windward and
Leeward Islands.
The Associated States
include Antigua, St..
Kitts-Nevis, Dominica, St.
Lucia and St. Vincent. The
island of Antigua and St.
Kitts-Nevis belong to the
Leewards, the other three are
Windward Islands. All of them
are in the geographical area
known as 'The Eastern
Caribbean."
All Associated States enjoy
full autonomy but Britain
handles their foreign relations
and defense matters. (AP)


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ROLLE REFT SES

FIREARM QUESTIONS


Call for probe of 'bizarre'


Hughes indictment


Bill aims to bring in new department


Ten road accidents


I I IIII I IIII Ii I t





Biggs can

stay in

Brazil
ESCAPED train robber
Ronald Biggs has almost
certainly won the right to
remain in Brazil.
The reason: his girlfriend
Raimunda de Nascimento
Castro has given birth to an
8%lb boy.
Biggs can no longer be
expelled by presidential decree
now that he is the father of a
Brazilian child dependent upon
him.
And it has already been
established that he cannot be
returned to Britain because
there is no extradition treaty.
Biggs still has 28 years of a
30 year sentence to serve for
his part in the 1963 Great
Train Robbery.


Clerides



to fly to



Athens


NICOSIA Acting Cypru
is flying to Athens Friday
Greek government, it was
today.
The announcement said
Clerides will be accompanied
by the new Greek Ambassador
to Nicosia, Michael Dountas.
The announcement of
Clerides' departure for Athens
came as leaders of the Greek
and Turkish Cypriot
communities on the island
were making arrangements for
a face to face meeting.
Clerides said this could be a
first step toward a peace
agreement. Informed sources
said that during his
consultations in Athens,
Clerides will seek the adoption
of a common approach of the
crisis with the Greek
government.


HELP! I'M LOST, SAID

THE FIGHTER PILOT
ANKARA The pilot of a Turkish Air Force F-102
warplane returning from bombing Greek Cypriot positions
at the height of the Cyprus invasion lost his way and asked
his radar control:
"I'm over a big city, I see some islands. Can you tell me
where I am?"
"You are over Athens,"was the reply.
Gen. Emin Alpkaya, chief of the Turkish Air Force, told
this story in an interview with the Istanbul newspaper,
"Cumhuriyet."
He said the radar controller told the pilot, whose
instruments were damaged, where to head. The pilot fled,
apparently unpursued, from Greek airspace across the
Aegean Sea to Turkey.
Almost out of fuel he crashlanded on a road near the
Turkish seaport of Izmir. The plane was destroyed but the
pilot survived, Alpkaya said. (AP)


Scouts gather for jamboree


PARAMARIBO, Surinam -
An estimated 1,500 boy scouts
from all corners of the
Carribean were gathered in this
South American city for the
I 0-day fifth Caribbean
Jamboree.
Surinam Governor Johan
Ferries, a longtime Scout
leader, opened the Jamboree
Tuesday afternoon, stressing
that the motto of the
gathering, "For Progress," has
worldwide implications and
expresses the hopes of
Caribbean peoples.
The Jamboree is scheduled
to close with an Aug. 30




MIN F MAX


Athens


79 84 clear


Paris 57 73 fair
London 48 73 sunny
Berlin 59 70 overcast
Amsterdam 63 72 sunny
Brussels 48 77 sunny
Madrid 57 77 sunny
Moscow 48 59 overcast
Stockholm 59 68 cloudy
New York 68 88 cloudy
San Francisco 54 77 clear
Los Angeles 66 79 cloudy
Chicago 72 86 cloudy
Miami 81 88 cloudy
Tokyo 73 86 clear
Hong Kong 75 95 cloudy
Buenos Aires 45 59 cloudy
Montreal 57 84 clear
Honolulu 73 90 clear
Toronto 55 88 cloudy
Rio 55 82 clear
Lisbon 66 86 sunny
Vancouver 54 64 cloudy

CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS 29. Collapse
30. Thames
1. Restraint tributary
4. Scare off 31. Discourse
8. Masterpiece 33. Clement
11. Poetess Lowell 34. Roue
12. Piece 35. Marker
13. Chit 36. Mop
14. Copper 38. Thwart
16. Combo 41. Tier
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ceremony led by Surinam
Prime Minister Henk Aaron.
The scouts, from 14 nations
and islands, are housed on the
site of a former coffee and
cacao plantation which is being
prepared for construction of a
housing project.
The area is sprinkled with
colourful tents and other
shelters built by scouts from
Trinidad and Tobago,
Barbados, Jamaica, Aruba.
Curacao, St. Vincent, the
Virgin Island, St. Maarten,
Guyana, Martinique, French
Guiana, the Dominican
Republic, Surinam and the
United States.


s President Glafcos Clerides
for consultation with the
announced officially here


SAN FRANCISCO The
California Supreme Court has
ruled that a marriage partner
can sue for damages if injuries
to a spouse deprives him or
her "of conjugal fellowship
and sexual relations."
In overturning its own
1958 decision, the court said
that a wife can in fact sue for
losses she personally suffered
because of injury to her
husband.

PARIS Police are
looking for a well-dressed
man who emptied an
undetermined number of
safe-deposit boxes in a branch
office of the Rothschild
Bank.
Police said the man opened
an account at the Avenue de
Suffren branch on July 28,
then visited the bank three
times. During those visits he
apparently opened a number
of safe-deposit boxes with a
set of duplicate keys, police
said. (AP)

WASHINGTON -
President Ford opened his
door to congresswomen,
more mayors and governors
and another union leader
today in his measured march
to solidify the political
foundation for a 1976 bid for
a full four-year term.
He arranged to discuss
foreign affairs with two
liberal Senators and to pose
for campaign photographs
with House Republican
candidates.

BOCHOLT, West Germany
Nearly 1,000 farmers
blocked five German-Dutch
border crossings with about
500 tractors today to protest
alleged inequalities in
Common Market agriculture
policies, police said.
MICHIANA, Michigan -
Burglers took a revolver, a
police radio, a battery
charger, a chain saw and
$251.04 from the police
station here.
Reports from AP


Outstanding services to Peter Hill-Norton (second
humanity by units of the left) presented the annual
three British armed services Wilkinson Swords of peace at
were rewarded recently when a ceremony at London's
Admiral of the Fleet, Sir Cutler's Hall.



Oil companies


refund millions,


says FEA


WASHINGTON Four oil
companies accused by the
Federal Energy Administration
of overcharges totalling $58.2
million already have complied
with FEA orders to make up
the costs to their customers.
An FEA spokesman said the
orders against the four
companies resulted from an
agency audit of the oil industry
during the first half of the
year.
The spokesman said
Wednesday that Conoco was
ordered to make up $11
million in alleged overcharges,
Charter received an order
covering $15.8 million,
Ashland, $21.5 million and
Koch, $9.9 million.
The FEA's statement was a
clarification of an
announcement Tuesday, which
said the firms only had agreed
to comply with the orders, but
had not done so yet.
The Federal Energy
Administration reported
Tuesday that its auditing of oil
company operations has caused
10 oil companies to repay a
total of $103.7 million in
alleged overcharges.
The agency said it has issued
notices of possible violations,
involving suspected overcharges
of some $90.7 million, to


another four companies, which
may challenge the notices.
The actions were taken
during the first six-month
study of oil company
operations by the FEA refinery
audit review programme. The
study ended June 30.
FEA said the 90-member
field staff was in the midst of
its second round of audits.
As a result of the first
audits, the FEA said, it issued
remedial orders to four
companies Ashland, Charter,
Conoco and Koch barring
price increases and requiring
price roll-backs and other steps
until overcharges of $58.2
million are made up.
FEA said another six
companies, cited for alleged
overcharges, agreed voluntarily
to roll back prices of $45.5
million, without any formal
order from the FEA.
Four more companies were
sent "notices of probable
violation," and were given an
opportunity to explain their
procedures.
These notices, which could
be dropped if the companies
convince the FEA they were
not violating the rules, involve
suspected overcharges of $90.7
million, the agency said.


Displaying their engraved
swords are (left) Group
Captian D G Slade, Station
Comander of RAF Lynham,
who received the award for
his station's services in
air-lifting vital supplies of
food to the famine and
drought-stricken areas of
Nepal and West Africa.'
Captain C. E. Price, (third
left), who received the Royal
Navy's Sword of Peace
on behalf of the Air Station
at Culdrose, Cornwall, for
their meritorious search and
rescue operations in the
Channel and the western
approaches. Last, but not
least, Lt Colonel Crowtoot ,
Commanding Officers of the
1st Battalion The Prince of
Wales own Regiment of
Yorkshire, for his unit's
community work in Belfast,
Northern Ireland, carried out
under difficult and often
dangerous circumstances.


WASHINGTON A
moderation of food price
increases slowed the rate of
inflation in July, allowing
Americans to increase their real
buying power for only the
third time in the last 12
months, the U.S. government
reported Wednesday.
The Labour Department said
the increase in its cost of liying
index amounted to eight-tenths
of one per cent in July, or an
annual rate of 9.6 per cent.
That represents a dampening
of an inflation rate which has
pushed prices to 11.8 per cent
above where they were a year


LONDON Britain's
Labour Government has
ordered an independent
inquiry into the financial
collapse of the country's
biggest package tour operator
which left thousands of
vacationers stranded abroad.
Trade Secretary Peter Shore
said in a statement two
inspectors appointed by the
Department of Trade will
investigate the affairs of Court
Line.
The company employed a
staff of 3,000 and sold
vacations in countries such as
Spain, Greece, the United
States and the Soviet Union to

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some 50,000 clients.
The vacationers, most of
them in Spain, are being
airlifted back to Britain. But
there were reports that many
were having to pay a surcharge
of four pounds $9.60 -
daily to Spanish hoteliers
claiming they were still owed
money by Court Line.
Shore also decided to
'reinforce the future
protection of individual
holidaymakers."
His announcement came as
former employees of Court
Line prepared to meet Eldon
Griffiths, Opposition
Conservative spokesman on
trade. Griffiths said the
employees were dissatisfied
with the government's handling
of the affair.
He said the former Court
Line staff were claiming that
the government had financially
aided overseas airlines which
they believed had contributed
to the company's fall.
Last month the government
took over Court Line's


profitable shipbuilding
interests which employ about
99,000 workers. The
government also said it would
safeguard the interests of the
company's package tour side.
Industry Secretary Tony
Benn said later the company
had assured him the purchase
price for the shipbuilding
interests was enough to take
care of the tourist activities.
The Minister said later
investigations showed this was
not the case. (AP)


GEN. FRANCISCO
Franco, 81, has so completely
recovered from three weeks
in hospital that his health is
now "better than a normal
man his age," his doctor says.
The dictator, who has
ruled Spain for more than 35
years, was treated in July for
thrombophlebitis, an
inflammation of the veins.


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SALUTE bombings:

FOR
SHOT police


ENVOY\ ,-. hold miln
WASHINGTON In LOS ANGELES A
and moving ceremony led by -year-old Yugoslavian nB
President Ford, Ambam4lOf ha been arrested in the
Rodger P. Davies came home alphabet bombings, the FBI
Wednesday from Cyprus whete mnrounced
he was slain Monday. uharem Kurbegovic was
"He loved and worked for kreted Tuesday night on
peace and he lost his life in Iteet corner, the FBI
search for peace for America spokesman said. Kurbegovic
and for all the world," Ford will bo charged with the Aug.6
said, in eulogizing the career airpo) bombing that kilkd
diplomat, three 'persons, the spokesman
The President and U.S. said.
Secretary of State Henry He lso will be charged witkl
Kissinger met the planting a bomb in (
Ambassador's two children, downtown Los Angeles but
20-year-old Ann Dana and station Friday, the spokesman
15-year-old John, at Andrews said. Police found that bomi
Air Force Base outside before it exploded.
Washington when they stepped '"e believe that we have at
from the blue, white and silver this time substantial evidence
jetliner, that he is responsible for the
The plane, from the airport bombing and the bus
presidential fleet, also carried terminal bomb," said William
Davies' body home from Sullivan, local FBI director.
Cyprus, where he was killed Three persons were killed
Monday as snipers and a mob and three dozen injured Aug.6
attacked the U.S. Embassay in when a bomb exploded in a
Nicosia. locker in the Pan American
World Airways lobby at Los
They stood alongside the Angeles International Airport,
children as a black-uniformed Later, in a series of
air force band played the tape-recorded communiques
national anthem and a battery and telephone calls to the news
of howitzers a hundred yards media, a man using the name
away boomed out a 19-gun Isaac Rasim claimed
salute, responsibility for the blast and
warned of other bombings.
Kissinger awarded the State Speaking in heavily accented
Department's highest honour, English, the man demanded
the Secretary's award, to the better treatment for aliens and
fallen ambassador. And the said his bombings would spell
President presented the out the name of his group,
children "on behalf of all Aliens of America. The FBI
America" with the blue and said they had never heard of it.
gold flag that stood in the The Aug. 6 blast was "A," for
Ambassador's office. airport. (AP)


ago.
But the 11.8 per cent
increase is still the biggest
12-month rise since prices
jumped 12.6 per cent in the
year ending September, 1947.
And looming ahead is a
wholesale price increase of 3.7
per cent registered last month
working its way up to the
consumer level.
The Labour Department said
take-home pay increased
enough in July to provide
workers with a two-tenths of
one per cent increase in their
spendable earnings after
making allowance for inflation.


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bt Mrtibunt
NVuUs Am m=T Ju N IN VERBA MAcGIST
Being Bound TO Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPIJCH, PubUliaer/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.,
Publiaher/Editor 1972.
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
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Thursday, August 22, 1974


I EDRIORIAL

How history is made


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
(This is the fifth 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. The delegation of coloured
men who waited on me in my office after I had succeeded in
breaking down the barriers of racial discrimination in public
places in the colony told me that they appreciated the efforts I
had made on their behalf but they felt that my moderate
approach to the problem was not sufficient. Now they had to
destroy Bay Street and the ruling political caste that it had
spawned.
Because I refused to lead them in this design, they voted me
out of the House five months later and the P.L.P. moved into the
footlights. I accepted the people's decision without complaint. I
simply withdrew permanently from parliamentary life because I
predicted then that the Old Guard was too blind to see the
handwriting on the wall and that this new radical movement ...
led by completely inexperienced, greedy and bitter men ... would
end in the destruction of the colony.
Two years later the U.B.P. group made a false move that
brought on a general strike. This almost toppled the official
government of the day.
I saw this coming and wrote to Sir Alan Burns suggesting that
he should inform the Colonial Office that there was going to be
one hell of a big blow up in Nassau if the British government
didn't intervene to press for long-overdue reforms in the colony.
I have written about this before and so most readers of this
column know the story.
Suffice it to say that the Colonial Office discounted my
warnings and when the blow up came Secretary of State Alan
Lennox Boyd flew to Nassau to set things in order.
Sir Alan Bums wrote to tell me that Mr. Lennox Boyd was
coming and that he needed my help. During his visit he forced the
ruling political group to accept all the reforms that I had been
trying to get them to initiate for years and which I had presented
Ao the House in the form of petitions from my B.D.L.
I had wanted them to do these things themselves because I
was working only for reform within the structure. When they
blocked all my efforts in this direction I was forced to turn them
into big public issues that inevitably led to other movements
which eventually got out of hand.
During the Suez crisis in 1956 1 wrote a series of articles on
the grave mistake America's Foreign Secretary Foster Dulles had
made in bringing pressure on britain and France to withdraw
from the invasion of Egypt when Nasser broke a solemn treaty. I
also condemned Britain's Prime Minister Anthony Eden for
backing down under American pressure when he was only hours
away from his goal. I predicted that this would be the end of
Western influence in the Middle East ... as indeed it soon proved
to be and has led to the situation we see there today.
At the time 1 was recovering from a major operation in St.
Vincent Hospital in New York. The nurses propped me up with
pillows to do the writing.
My friend Lord Beaverbrook wrote a highly commendatory
article about my series in his Evening Standard in London from
which I received many favourable reactions in England.
There has never been a great deal of intelligent understanding
of British colonial administration in the U.S. especially in the
Middle West and the West. Britain needed an ambassador of
goodwill in the U.S. at that time.
Sir Alan Burns wrote and asked me whether I would do a
lecture tour for Britain in the U.S. It was felt that it would be
helpful if it could be done by a colonial. I agreed.
He later wrote to say that it was all laid on but that it had to
be approved by the Executive Council in Nassau.
Here my political enemies killed it!

Because Sir Alan Burns had served in the Bahamas he knew
what I was up against. He always regretted that I had not received
adequate recognition from Britain for the services I had
performed for the Bahamas and the Empire, especially during the
war. But he was pleased to see that I continued on the course I
had set myself despite great odds and many discouragements. On
one occasion he referred me to one of Rudyard Kipling's best


known poems that seemed to deal with a situation such as mine
... "when the captains and the kings depart..."
I was fully conscious of the fact that he worked constantly to
break down barriers against me at the Colonial Office that had
been created by powerful reactionary elements in Nassau who
kept branding me as a dangerous revolutionary.
As I have pointed out on more than one occasion in this
column, it is just this kind of thing that hastened the dissolution
of the British Empire. The people in the Colonial Office had ears
only for the traditional reactionary leaders in the far-flung
Empire.
They completely ignored loyal people like myself in all
Britain's possessions who were working for enlightened reform
within the structure. And so when the fury of the masses was
released on them they didn't know what had happened and
certainly didn't know how to handle the situation. By then it had
become impossible because the masses also swept away people
like myself who had been working for years in an effort to
prevent this human avalanche from sweeping everything before it.
Prime Minister Harold Macmillan witnessed a demonstration in
Malawi, formerly Tanganylka, and described it as "the winds of
change". Hlie was wrong. This was the start of a human tornado.
* * 0 *
And then the whole picture changed dramatically in the
Bahamas.
The U.B.P. had concentrated all its efforts towards defeating
me and destroying the Bahamas Democratic League in the 1956
election. They succeeded.
A group went farther. They wanted to wipe me completely oft
the map. It was then that I faced a ruinous libel action in the
Supreme Court. I took my own defence and surprised everyone ...
including myself ... by winning a 10-2 jury decision.
" '- ,~


THIS BAHAMIAN FAMILY NEED YOUR HELP Mr. and Mrs. Ronald McKenzie, both
of whom are blind, are shown with six of their eight children outside the wooden house
in which they live. Standing, left to right, are Paranell, 10, Ronrrald, 8, and Sabrina, 11.
Sitting are Charmaine, 4, Colin, 3, and Reginald, 6.


The Bahamas la.
by JAMES INGRAHAM
Things in Nassau are getting very much reckless,
It puts me in mind about the things I heard about Texas;
Where some people didn't have any respect for the law,
And their lives depended on how fast they were on the draw.
A mass unemployment and the construction boom
Have the Bahamian people just like the boll weevil looking for a
home:
With no peace and contentment in these troubled times,
The Bahamas is now rated in the world of crimes.
When brother fight against brother, things are really bad.
And if you think this is only propaganda '- ask Moxey and
Maynard;
Even the youngsters are now involved in a crime wave,
Sending their hard working parents to an early grave.
The Bahamas is like a jig-saw puzzle when no one could put the
pieces into place,
Even in the political arena it is a dog eat dog race
And you think this poem doesn't make sense,
Then ask Paul Adderley why he so often change his side of the
fence.
Everything in the food stores has taken a raise,
When it could only fetch three days; now it could only fetch three
days;
And if you head to the fish market to look for a break,
Don't be surprised when you hear that fish costs more than steak.
One thing that never was raised, was the living standard of the
poor;
Because in some corners when it rains, some people still need a
dinghy to get to their house door;
It ain't that the house is that low, the road is just bad
You fall asleep in the front, and in the morning you wake up in
the back yard.
I think I will close now before you call me a pest
Although I couldn't be half as bad as station ZNS.
At least I know how to fight my cause
Because where I work, I know who is boss.

A VISITOR'S SUGGESTION


EDITOR, The Tribune,
As a first time tourist to
Nassau I'd like to make a
suggestion which would
hopefully benefit the
Bahamas Humane Society,
the people of Nassau and
tourist trade.
There's a large mound of
blemished conch shells off
Potters Cay, near Paradise
Island Bridge, which are
well-known by Bahamians
and often seen by tourists.
If a civic group would
undertake the removal of
these shells and sell them for
the lining of walks or
pathways (as seen on
Independence Drive) etc, the
profit could go to the
Bahamas Humane Society.
Your waters would be easy
to navigate for boats, this


"eye-sore" would be removed
and most important, what
you've "taken" from the sea
animals you would "give
back" to the land animals.
Thank you so much for
your attention.
(Mrs.)FREDERICK T. ROGERS.
Warminster,
Pennsylvania.
NEW PARTNER
ATTORNEY Emanuel M.
Alexiou has become a partner
in the law firm of Paton,
Toothe and Co., it has been
announced.
Mr. Alexiou, admitted to the
bar last September, following
completion of legal studies in
Britain, has been with the firm
since last year.


A member of the P.L.P. took my place in the House. The party
won six seats in that election. No longer was there talk of reform.
Now they were faced with threats of blood flowing in Bay Street.
The man who shouted most about blood is now the Governor
General of the Bahamas and the representative of the Queen, Sir
Milo Butler, G.C.M.G.
At long last the U.B.P. realized that they had been their own
worst enemy. They woke up to the fact that all I'had been doing
over the years was trying to prevent the danger that they now
faced from developing.
As I have told you before, the leaders of the group came to see
me. They admitted their fault. And asked me to help them save
the country.
These men had been dreadful to me all my life. Indeed, the
group they represented had been far worse to my father because
he lived ... edited The Tribune and served as a member of the
House ... in still more difficult times. Four generations of my
family have served in the Legislature without any form of
remuneration.
They were surprised when I told them that I held' nothing
against them. And that I would help them for the sake of the
country.
The people in the country ... especially coloured people ...
were surprised at my willingness to work with men who had even
created situations that had threatened my life.
Now a large section of the coloured people hated me. They
wanted my blood. I was constantly being threatened with
violence on the phone and through the post. so much so that the
police did a rare thing. They gave me a licence to carry a revolver.
I bought a revolver but put it away. I wasn't afraid of the people.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Lo, all our pomp of yesterday
Is one with Nineveh and Tyre! KIPLING


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Well done

teachers!
EDITOR The Tribune,
I have just this minute heard
the announcement over Radio
Z.N.S. about the Teachers'
Union forming a company in
which each teacher can have as
many as 200 shares. There have
been no details given so far;
but, just the bare
announcement provokes within
me, the desire to express my
admiration for the absolutely
inspired leadership of this
Union during the last year or
so.
I don't know exactly who is
doing the thinking in this
Organisation but, I wish to
sincerely congratulate whoever
he, she or they are.
NORRIS R. CARROLL
Freeport,
Aug. 13, 1974.


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Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie are
blind and live in "appalling
squarlor," according to a
Polaris Public Relations press
release.
Two local women's
organizations, one headed by
Dr. Doris Johnson, president of
the Senate, and the other by
Mrs. Wilfred Coakley Jr., of the
Bahamian Women's Charity
Club, are combining their


efforts to make it possible for
the McKenzies to move into
one of the new A-Sue homes in
the Gladstone Road
Development, said the. release,
The fund opened is known as
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It is hoped to raise $11,000
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at Le Cabaret Theatre. The
dancers are being sponsored by
their government through its
tourist board.
The programme starts at 9
p.m. Tickets priced at $5
which includes bridge toll to


PAYING A FRIENDLY VISIT to a table during
Monday's Goombay Fashion Show at the Sheraton British
Colonial Hotel were Andrew McKinney and Marjorie
Knowles, two of the regulars on the shows which,
throughout the summer festival, were co-sponsored by the
Ministry of Tourism and the Nassau/Paradise Island
Promotion Board.


LITTLE BOY, Big Ideas? That's young Hamish Ross,
9-year old son of the administrative director of the
Nassau/Paradise Island Promotion Board, Henry Ross. The
girl, of course, is Darnel Chipman, who seems to get caught
in just such a shot with a tot every week as she does her
special thing at the regular Goombay Fashion Shows. This
week's show was held at the Sheraton British Colonial
Hotel. At left, rear, Hamish's mother, Mrs. Ross, wonders
about the approving smile on her youngster's face. Once she
saw Darnel, she understood!


Denise Moss of the Bahamas School of the Theatre
(right) performs on stage at Le Cabaret Theatre during
Sunday's presentation of "Black Magic."


MEMBERS of the Sammy
Dyer School of the Theatre
(Chicago) applaud as Mrs.
Shirley Hall Bass. popular
Chicago dance instructor
and now director of the
Bahamas School of the
Theatre, is being presented
with a bouquet following
Sunday's "Guest Artists In
Concert" programme at the
Le Cabaret Theatre. Paradise
Island. The Sammy Dyer
group joined forces with the
Bahamas troupe in
presentation of "Black
Magic" an historical musical
which highlighted the
contributions of Bahamians
and Black Americans from
the turn of the century to othe
present day.


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25, with a performance by the
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Men who fool around

are her weakness
By Ab6i' Vail bron
1 w *r c. mlont Vtm . mal sp. Im.
DEAR ABBY: Al and 1 wen mmrshd for three years. I
divorced him because I caught hd fooling around. I gave
him "one more chance" so many times I lost count.
Then I met Hughie. He was married, but he caught his
wife fooling around, so he left ht and moved in with me. He
didn't get a divorce right away because of financial
problems, but I wasn't in a hurry to make it legal because I
wanted to be sure before marrying again.
Meanwhile, I grew to love Hughie more and more and
started figuring out ways to help him ith his money
troubles so he could get a divorce and marry me. Well,
wouldn't you know, I caught Hughie fooling around! It just
about tore me up. He swor te d ckdidn't mian anything
to him, and he begged ae to give him naother chance.
Are all men alike, Abby? Or do yod thdak maybe I can't
hold on to a man? LO IG CONFIDENCE
DEAR LOSING: All men are not alike, any more than all
women are alike. Your weakness seeem to be men who do a
lot of fooling around. Every dog to entitled to one bite. Give
Hughie another chance, btt If you catch him fooling around
again, consign him to the doghemsel
DEAR ABBY: I go with this rmotwho likes to drink. He
lost his driver's license so I have to drive him around. He
tells me that after we are married, he will straighten out. I
love him, but I don't believe him. I want to get married, but
I'm afraid he won't keep his word.
I've had one bad marriage and I don't want another one.
Please tell me what to do. I kAp changing my mind.
YES AND NO
DEAR YES AND NO: The word from here is NO! Tell
him to straighten himself out first, and then you'll marry
him.
DEAR ABBY: My husband and I just had our eighth
child. Another girl, and I am really one disappointed
woman. I suppose I should thank God she was healthy, but,
Abby, this one was supposed to have been a boy. Even the
doctor told me that the lawof averages were in our favor 100
to one.
To begin with, my husband and I decided on only four
children, but when they were all girls, he wanted a boy so
much we had a fifth. When it was another girl I agreed to
try just once more. Well, we got another girl. And still
another and another, and now we have EIGHT girls, so I
told the doctor to fix me up so I wouldn't have any more.
Now I feel guilty for asking to be fixed up in case my
husband asks me to try for a boy. I guess I'm writing to you
because I want you to tell me that I have done my duty and
J shoulw't feel guilty. WllB yoyaw lea
SMOT ROPr IQHrpDOLLS
DEAR MOTHER: Absolutely. Don't feel guilty.
And it's not too early to start saving your money for all
those weddings you may have to toot the bill for,
DEAR ABBY: To "Short in Lubbock"-the bank teller
who wound up $1000 short: I feel sorry fob you, but I once
tried to tell a bank teller that I thought shegave me too
much, and she said in a very sarcastic tone, "We (meaning
the bank) do not make mistakes!"
So I took the money home and when I counted it again,
srwa enough, I had ten dollars too much. So I gave it to the
Shrine Hospital in the bank's name.
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THE TRIBUNE -... Thursday, August 22, 1974


FROM THE TIME their
Aeroflot 'plane left London
diw Knowles' family -- Sir
Leonard and Lady (Hal)
Knowles and their two sons Dr.
Wesley Knowles and A.G. -
had a foretaste of their Russian
vacation.
- There was no cooling system
on the 'plane, the baggage rack
was just an open space and
hr were no oxygen masks.
Refreshments consisted of a
as of warm soda water which
was served to half the
passengers. The other half
waited until the first had
finished and the glasses had
beei washed up and refilled.
* Their Russian tour took
ibem from Leningrad into
central Asia and ended in
Moscow where Lady Knowles
irollapsed in the hotel elevator.
Two Russian doctors arrived
!j soiled shirts and she was
unceremoniously dumped in an
ancient ambulance whose bed
covering consisted of old
brown canvas. From the
ambulance she was so roughly
handled in being removed into
a wheelchair which boasted old
motor car tires that she was
dropped.
Up through a good elevator,
then Lady Knowles found
herself in the best waed in the
Moscow hospital Here beds
were arranged head to toe
along the walls so close that
the person's feet behind her
almost touched her face and
her feet almost touched the
face of the patient in front of
her.
For five days Lady Knowles
lay on her back packed in sort
of poultices and except for an
electrocardiograph, a diagnosis
of a heart attack and being
packed in hot poultices she
received neither medical nor
nursing care.
Relating her experiences to
me recently on her return Lady
Knowles told them almost as a
funny story except that it


THE
Russia.


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SIR LEONARD AND LADY KNOWLES with their two
sons A.G. and Dr. Wesley Knowles.


couldn't have been very funny
at the time.
Her bed which was covered
in a sheet full of holes was
never changed. She was never
washed nor fed. Every morning
a big kettle of tea and a plate
of black bread covered with a
dirty towel was deposited in
the middle of the ward.
Throughout the day the
women patients would get up
and help themselves at least
those who could get up! Lady
Knowles couldn't get up of
course and when a patient who
could brought her some tea she


KNOWLES family's hotel bathroom in Urgench,


couldn't drink it laying flat on
her back.
At three o'clock in the
afternoon a bowl of grey soup
with a few bits of red cabbage
floating on it was put in the
middle of the ward. The other
patients gave Lady Knowles
cucumbers which their families
kept tincm supplied with it
appears that the only thing
there was no shortage of were
cucumbers and tomatoes and
the other patients "went mad
over" the chocolate which her
family kept her supplied with.
So much for the state of
medical care in one of the best
wards in the Moscow hospital.
Life in Russia outside the
hospital appears to be far from
a bed of roses.
There were shortages
everywhere, Lady Knowles
told me. Every meal
cucumbers, tomatoes and black
bread were served. Ice cream
and thin slices of cheese were
weighed. Vodka in the hotels
was prohibitive in price and
"three times as much as we pay
here", Lady Knowles said.
They never had caviar as the
prices were "out of this world"
but they were offered
"scrambled eggs and
hamburger" as the Russian
national dish.
Although the shops were
sparse there were long queues
for what consumer goods there
were. The goods were also very
inferior for example socks
were thick and, although new,


eft


were going at the top
Shortage of and inferior and
expensive consumer goods
obviously has .not destroyed a
desire for consumer goods
among the Russian population.
Lady Knowles said that A.G
and Wesley were offered up to
$50 for their most covered
jeans. And they all wanted to
exchange their rubles for
dollars.
Along the roads the Knowles
saw broken down machinery
and in their Moscow hotel, a
new building with six thousand
beds, something seemed to be
falling down somewhere.
Lady Knowles told me that
she'd watch the workwomen
from her room. They'd work
for ten minutes and then sit
down for the rest of the day.
All over Russia the plumbing
was terrible. There were no
stoppers for the basins
and baths and in Central Asia
the heat of 120 degrees was
compounded by filthy
bathrooms with open dripping
pipes.
Crime, however, appealed to
be non-existent. Lady Knowles
said that she was "not afraid to
walk around."
The Russian police do not
carry guns and, except for the
officers, neither do the
soldiers.
A young Russian student
with whom A.G., the Knowles'
younger son. engaged in
conversation, didn't even
understand what was meant by
a mugging or a hold up.
"It was like talking to a
robot", A.G. said of this girl
whom he assessed to be
intelligent but brain washed. "I
knew more about Stalin than
she did. She didn't know
Trotsky was dead. She thought
he was in prison".
She was interested in
Women's Lib but had "no idea
what life was like in a
non-communist country." A.G.
said that she wanted to know
what kind of dances he could
do, that she was "big on" Toni
Jones, wanted to go to San
Francisco and was sure that he
was a hippy whom she much
admired. Her ambition, A.G.
said, was to become a
member of the Communist
party.
Lady Knowles, however, was
impressed by the Kremlin
jewels which she described as
"fantastic" and "unmatched in
the world" and A.G. 'was
impressed by the Metro which
seems to be one thing that runs
efficiently in Russia. At a
depth of three or four
escalators trains run every 60
seconds and each station has a
different theme and is adorned
with chandeliers, beautifully
tiled floors, gilded statues and
spotlessly clean floors.
From Russia the Knowles
flew back to London and
finished off their vacation in
England.


TOWN anJSAP SND


Lady Knowles


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Russia without love!


Return to Russia' No. This
is one experience that the
Knowles' family, especially
Lady Knowles. would notl care
to repeat.

The most Unselftish Mother of
the Year is back home after a
two week tuur of Europe.
Mrs. Shelah Patricia Murray.
judged most Unselfish Mother
of the Year. received a round
trip ticket ti Frankfurt
Gerniany as one of her gilts.
She was accompanied by her
husband Mr. Kenrick 0.
Murray, head teacher at the
Lowe Sound Public School,
who financed their stay in
Germany and provided the
funds for their visit to four
more countries and eleven
cities.
The Murrays' itinery took
them to East Berlin in East
Germany, West Berlin,
Frankfurt, Wiesbaden,
Rudesheim, Bingen and St.
Garshausen in West Germany,
Amsterdam, Holland, Brussells
and Antwerp in Belgium and
Dublin, Ireland.
Among the highlights of her
vacation were a visit to the
Berlin Zoo, Vincent van Gogh
Museum, a wine cellar, a
diamond cutting workshop,
cathedrals, a stock exchange
and a cruise on the Rivers
Rhine in West Germany and
Amstel in Holland and the
adjoining canals.
Mrs. Murray said that her
most valuable experience was
going behind the Iron Curtain
in East Berlin. She said the
actual experience reflected
vividly all she had read.
Joycelyn Curry, 21 year old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Zachaeus Curry of Bamboo
Town, Nassau, received a B.A.
degree in History (2nd Class
Honours) from the University
of the West Indies after three
years of study.
A graduate of Prince William
High School, Joycelyn was
involved in the university
chapel choir and is a member
of the Intervarsity Christian
fellowship.
Joycelyn, who plans to
pursue a teaching career, will
be returning to U.W.I. this
Autumn to read for a Diploma
of Education.
Two Nassau l students,


crafts.
Would you like to beat the
cost of living and gain the joy
from making your own
Christmas gifts. Previous
experience or artistic ability is
not necessary, Yvonne says.
Other classes that Yvonne
intends holding are decaupage
- an eighteenth century art
which consists of putting a
glass finish over prints, tole
painting, pen and ink etching,
finishing old furniture and
junk, knitting, crochetting and
embroidery. In fact all sorts of
creative activities guaranteed to
beat the blahs and give you a
tremendous sense of
achievement.
Yvonne also hopes to hold a
children's class (eight years and
over).
If you're interested call her
at 4-2313 after 5 .m.


SHIREY S. Aaa


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WULFF RD.


Im .- i LMUM'I
MRS. SHELAH PATRICIA CA AIR-
MURRAY, the Most Unselfish soImtoocA a CauelRM-MEFMI- l tMillM w
Mother of the Year, back in
Town.


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PATRICIA CHAMBERS -
Dean's List.
Daphne Burrows and Patricia
Chambers, were named on the
Dean's List of Cazenovia
College in New York for the
winter and spring terms.
Sonia Bostwick. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Urban Bostwick,
was named to the Dean's List
at Caldwell College, New
Jersey.
Sonia is majoring in
Sociology.

D'Annistine Coakley,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Maceo Coakley and Jacinta
Austin, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles L. Austin of
Nassau, received their degrees
at the University of Evansville's
annual commencement
exercise on June 9.
Jacinta received a degree in
nursing and D'Annistine in
Spanish.
Gladstone N. McPhee of


Nassau received a B.S. in
physical education from
Mankato State College in
Minnesota in the College's
Commencement exercises on
Friday, August 16.

Under the auspices of the
Cultural Division of the
Ministry of Education and
Culture Max Taylor will be
exhibiting his paintings and
watercolours, woodcuts and
etchings, at Jumbey Village
Museum from Friday, August
16 to September 13..
*************
Do you envy people who
create works of beauty with
their hands? There is no need
to according to Yvonne
Thompson, a trained
craftswoman in Nassau, who is
teaching all sorts of different












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CONCHREST. Two Bedroom,
two bath, air-conditioned
apartment facing sea. Elegantly
furnished. Pool Private
parking. View by appointment.
$82,000.00 or offer. Phone
2-1741/2, business hours.

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.

C16160
BUILD ANYTIME. 70 x 100
lots. YAMACRAW BEACH
ESTATES. $75 deposit. From
$80 month. Private beach and
lake. No interest charges. Tel:
41141 any day or night or
2-4148.
MORLEY & O'BRIEN REAL
ESTATE (BREA BROKERS).

C17252
BUY A LOT
IN SAN ANDROS
ALMOST 1/3 acre
$35 down, $35 per month.
Call or visit
FRANK CAREY
REAL ESTATE
P.O. Box N-4764
Bay and Deveaux Streets

Telephone 2-7667 24815

C16412
LARGE Lot on West Bay
Street 100 by 300 feet
Reasonable price. Also
Commercial lot Bay Street near
town. Easy Finance available.
8 acres prime Hilltop West Bay
Street, suitable for Apartments
or Condominium.
For information call Bill's Real
Estate 23921.


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

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

C 16483
CORNER LOT SEABREEZE
127 by 100. Only $6,200.00
VISTA MARINA half block
from 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
cn East Bay St. price upon
inquiry. Ideal for lovers of the
Sea. Good swimming. Need no
pool.
CORNER LOT SEABREEZE
-- 100 x 100, only $6,000.0
DIAL 22033, 22307, evenings
41197.

C1645J
WHEN you can't find the lot
you want we will! (1/z acre)
lots $6,500 near Soldier Road.
Lets 50 x 100. $3,000 and
$2,500 near Gleniston and
Seebreeze Subdivision. Cash
5% off. Terms offered.

We have listings on
subdivisions such as Golden
Gates II, Winton Meadows I &
II 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.

1F SALE RENT
C15450
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.



C16498
3 BEDROOM 2 bath house,
unfurnished, Seven Hills Estate
Call 3-2731.


C17253
2 BEDROOM 1 bath
unfurnished apartment, in
Centreville. $185 per month.
Telephone 5-6963.

C16414
CHARMING house, nicely
furnished 2 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms Cable Beach,
pool, and sea, airconditioned.
Phone 7-7530.
C 16448
ONE unfurnished and one
furnished 2 bedroom
apartment, located Prison
Lane, Ft. Fincastle. Call
5-2695.
C16379
2 bedroom apartment, Winton
Highway, fully furnished.
balcony with excellent views.
All utilities included. $350 per
month. Phone 21631.

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

C 16488
OCEANVIEW, Eastern Road,
freshly redecorated one
bedroom apartment, balcony,
pool, burglar guarded. Phone.
Call 7-7468.

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

C 16499
COMPLETELY furnished two
bedroom apartment, Blue Hill
Road south opposite
McPherson Primary School.
$235 per month. Washing
machine on premises. Tel.
23287.

C16500
3 BEDROOM 1'/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.


C16136
LOVELY 2 bedroom
air conditioned apartment ,
Dundas *Court, Pyfrom's
Addition, Master T.V. antenna
and laundry room facilities


enclosed parking
information call
5-4258.


C 16496
apartment,


C 16496
* Semi Efficiency
Air -conditioned,
utilities included.
* 1-Bedroom


apartment, air-conditioned
utilities included.
* 2-Bedroom furnished
ap artment, 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.

FOR SALE
C16441
PIONEER 747 Receiver
PL-12D Turntable 4 DB]
Speaker Systems containing
12"/5"/3'/2" speakers in each
box. $1,200 cash. Pnone
3-2701.

C 16490
A "clean the warehouse" sale
on glassware. August 20th to
31st at ABCO (BAHAMAS)
LTD. Harold Road just
east of Angelo's Art Centre.

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.


IS A SENSIBLE

CHEAPEST
FOR NEW


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.
VISIT CENTRAL
FURNITURE TODAY FOR
SENSIBLE LUXURY.

Bay Street, Phone: 24122,
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.


C16454
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 Cougar
XR7 Deluxe. Power sun roof.
All power car. All 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
C16484
PUREBRED Doberman Pups
for sale. $150 and $125. Ready
now Hind, Eastern Road.
Telephone 41128.



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



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.

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


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.

C 16492
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.


F SCHOOLS
C16114
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 and
8:30 a.m. or after 6 p.m. or
3-5034 anytime.
C17259
SHIRLEA NURSERY SCHOOL
& DAY CARE CENTRE

Lancaster St., Eastern end.
Quality Teaching
Ages 2 months 5 years
Reasonable Rates
Full or 1/2 Day
Opening Sept. 2nd, 1974
See Mrs. Nellie Lowe
at the School
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.


C 16468
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.

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
.1r- Ito-sor31 MG&


C 16366
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his premises on the Western
side of Albury Lane, five doors
from Shirley Street in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence on Friday.
the 23rd of August A.D. 1974
at 12.00 o'clock noon the
following property:-

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


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


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

ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land situate in the
Western District of the
Island of New Providence
having the Number Eleven
(11) on a plan of the
Subdivision called and
known as the Chippingham
and a copy of the said plan
being filed in the
Department of Lands and
Surveys which said piece
parcel or lot of land is
bounded on the NORTH by
Infant View Road and
running thereon One
hundred (100) feet on the
EAST by Lot Number
Twelve (12) in the said
Subdivision the property
now or formerly of Harold
Major and running thereon
One hundred (100) feet on
the SOUTH by Lot Number
Twenty (20) in the said
Subdivision and running
thereon One hundred (100)
feet and on the WEST by
Dunmore Avenue and
running thereon One
hundred (100) feet which
said land was originally
conveyed by Elsie Mae Key
to Hannah Robertson
Erskine by a Conveyance
dated the 4th November
1953 and recorded in the
Registry of Records in
Volume 79 at pages 314 to


317.
The sale is subject to a
reserve price and the right for
the Auctioneer or any person
on his behalf to bid up to that
price. Terms 10% of the
purchase price at the time of
sale and balance on
completion.
Dated this 6th day of August
A.D. 1974.


HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer.


THE family of the late
HEINRICH ALEXANDER
LUNDY wish to express
sincere gratitude to all the
relatives and friends who
shared in their grief and proved
a source of consolation during
their recent bereavement,
either by way of flowers,
sympathy expressed or
donations made to the St.
Martin's Hostel.
Deserving special acknow-
Sledgement are Dr.
Providence, Sister Coakley,
Nurse McKenzie and others at
the hospital whose devotion to
duty was indeed inspiring.


S HEALTH FOOD,

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.


BUSINESS 6 PROFESSIONAL


DIRECTOR r

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ALARMS/SECURITY
Lowe's Alarmn Services I'h. 3-2042
ANTENNAS
Island TV h'l. 2-2618
AUTOMOTIVE
Michael Auto
Hitly Repairs Ph. 32S44

Ilay Stri'1 (iragc I'h. 2-2434

Shell Actionit Statin I'h. 5-2000
Walidce's Auto Parts"
& Accessories
Marathon Road Ph. 5-9650
BOOKSTORE
The ('lCristlian Iksik
Slop I'll. S-8744
11

BUSINESS FORMS
:I Vculiw"
I'riters lh. 2-4267/5.4011

KITCHEN CABINETS
.',oinni tnw allth
I ilr'itiure I'll. 3 1 20

CAMERAS
IJhn i ull I'h. 2-4252/3
CAR RENTAL
Wallace's U-Drive-It C('ars
Marathon Road I'h. 5-9650/4-2765
DOWNTOWN PAR KING
Moillhly KilRe Sis
'lion. 2,4727(da,) 7.73387(nife)

ENTERTAINMENT
iJli- Visual &N M,,vies
ilim & I quip. Service Ih. 2-2157

FLORISTS
Land I Wrisr I'll. 2-2702/5.5419

GARDEN & PET SUPPLIES
M adtuea rsIppinp Plata I'h.2-21816
Nassau Gardent & Iet
M4mlrise Avenue I'h. 2-4259


I -


HUNHICANE AWNINGS
John S. (;eCrge I'h. 2-8421/b

LAUNDRY &DRY CLEANING
New Oriental L.iundry P'h. 2-4403

MEN'S WEAR
lashionelte Ltd. I'h. 2-2376/7

OPTICIANS
Optical Services Lid. Ph. 2-3910/1

PAPER
('.inniercial I'aperlloui I'll. 5-9731
PRINTING
W.>nn I'tiin i I'l. S-450S
I' x cn tliv . '" ~"-- *
I'rinlers I'h. 2-4267/5-401 I

RUBBER STAMPS
Wong's tuhRbir Stamps Ph. 5-4506
The Tribune Ph. 2-19R6

SPORTS GOODS
('hainpiino Sports Land I'll. 2-1862

TRAVEL
l'bylnurs I'h. 2-2931/7
K. II. Curry & ('i. I'. 2-8681 /7

TRUCKING
Johnuon'i
Trucking & Landscaiw Ph. 5-9574
Conch salad Trucking
Box 5654 I'h. 2-47'26/3-1562 ..

TV REPAIRS
('liannel I-letroiiiiS Ltd.l'h. 3-5478

TYPEWRITER REPAIR
Junior Ilethel I'h. 5.1044



Iddie's lphhitelWing Ph. S-9713


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Shop NamU Merchants
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C17257
ALL owners of abandoned
vehicles left on the premises of
Taxico Limited, Wulff Road,
must be removed by
September 2, 1974.
THE DIRECTORS.

HELP WANTED

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

C16442
One farm worker to weed
grass. Lazy one need not apply.
Phone 3-6930.

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

C16493
MAN wanted to work on farm,
and help with fish handling.
For information call 56105.

C17258
NIGHT WATCHMAN. Must
have previous experience and
recommendation. Apply:
Manager, Seafloor Aquarium
telephone 3-6896.

C16126
WANTED IMMEDIATELY
Experienced Offset Pressman,
40 hours per week, good
working conditions. APPLY
BAHAMAS PRINTING, Oakes
Field.
C 16361
ELECTRICAL STORE ROOM
CLERK. Must be able to drive.
Only experienced persons need
apply. Telephone 3-6644 or
write: William's Electric Ltd.,
P. 0. Box N1151, Nassau.

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.

C17260
SECRETARY:- Must be able
to type accurately. Must have
knowledge of Bookkeeping to
TRIAL-BALANCE. Two
references required. Write: The
Manager, Box N-8079.


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

C17254
APPLICATIONS are being
sought immediately for a
qualified teacher to teach
children ages eight through
eleven years in a small school
at Treasure Cay, Abasc. Apply
in writing enclosing resume of
qualifications and experience
to:
SCHOOLTEACHER
c/o P.O. Box N-3229
Nassau, N.P., BAHAMAS.


C 17256
COMPANY operating seven
stores in the Bahamas,
specializing in China and
Crystal, requires a General
Manager to control the entire
operation reporting to
directors in Paris. Applicants
should possess an Economics
Degree, be fluent in French
and have at least 5 years
experience at senior level in a
large retail business. Reply in
writing submitting full resume
to P. 0. Box F-2442, Freeport,
Grand Bahama.

TRADE SERVICES
C16110
C. W. (BILL) PEMBERTON
for
INSURANCE
Life, Fire, Hurricane, Motor,
etc.
Telephone 52539
Malton House
P. O. Box N1014
Collins Avenue
C16133
FOR YOUR BUILDING
NEEDS AND CRANE HIRE ...
see:-
ISLAND BUILDERS
LIMITED
P. 0. Box 6285 ES
Phone 3-1671 -3-1672

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

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

C 16444


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

you believe body
Seals small ds ...
yb u:r, wrong. You at
reading this aren't you.
SCall 2-2768 for
information on small or
terge display ads.


GRAND BAHAMA



CLASSIFIED


I REAL ESTATE
C 15456
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.

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

C15459
One male GARDENER
needed.
See Ural Smith, 8 Mile Rock,
Grand Bahama.


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


C15461
RESIDENT MANAGER FOR
LAND DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY Seeks male
individual with minimum of
ten years experience in land
use planning, developing, sales
prorriotion, 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 aoalv.


HELP WANTED
C16491
SYNTEX CORPORATION
HAS A VACANCY FOR A
PROCESS DEVELOPMENT
MANAGER.
Duties: Supervises and directs
all functions and activities of
the Process Development
Department, is responsible for
the areis 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.
0. Box F-2430, Freeport.


C15471
Grand Bahama Telephone
Company, Ltd., has an
immediate opening for a

JUNIOR ENGINEER.
Applicant must have drafting
ability and experience and the
ability to work with figures.
Duties will include
responsibility for drawing up
job orders and repair jobs;
Calculating costs on routine
type job orders and other
requirements as may be
necessary under the general
direction of the Plant Engineer.
Apply: Personnel Department,
Grand Bahama Telephone
Company, Ltd., 2C Kipling
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THE TRIBUNE - Thursday, August 22,1974


ABHAMA -- CARROLL RIOHTERS

ASSIF ED OE
_________3B__ fresm the Cairroll Rigter Institute
KLP W TED ELP NT GENERAL TENDENCIES: Your desire now is
SHEL U to produce results and you have many practical
C15472 C15469 ideas how this can bet be done. Start a campaign to pin your
(1) One Labourer required. RADIOGRAPHER wanted overall aims. You can take the best from the past and
Please apply in person to: part- time Phone coordinate them with a modern approach.
San'tation Services, West End, Administrator, Lucayan ARIES (Mat. 21 to Apr. 19) Find a more modern system of
Grand Bahama. Medical Centre. Freeport handling routines so they are not so boring. Discuss with mate
'CE15468 352-7288. how you can make the future brighter.
C 15462 TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Make it a point to talk with
Live-in MAID to care for small Capable person required to associates about better arrangements for the future. Discuss
children $30.00 per week. serve as HANDY MAN. L n pros te r t can Increse income.
Write P. 0. Box F-2784, Please contact: Luther GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Your ideas ae good for
Freeport, Grand Bahama. Johnson, West End, Grand improving routines. A more cooperative attitude with fellow
d_______5470_Bahama. workers brings right results. Be logical.
C15470 MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You are highly
C15463 inspired now and can accomplish much in your line of
HOTEL ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANT CONTRACT endeavor. Show greater interest in the scientific.
MANAGER required, Female. ADMINISTRATOR/LAND LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Plan the social and other
Must be able to work on own DEVELOPMENT pilesures and have a good time today. Charm bigwigs as well as
Supervise staff, corre- International dm Limitedrator VRGO (A 22 to Sept. 22) Think of a practical way to
spondence, payroll, bookkeeping B an Division has anles good friend who an assist you in gaining your finest aims.
a/c payable, a/c receivable, immediate opening for the lot goodiends to join you ina pat project you have. Idel
Arrange guest activities and above mentioned position with day fr prepare Attend amusemeging in favyou like hobby.
will be required to liaison with the following requirements: LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Find the. 21)right way to press
the promotion offices in Under the direction of the higher-ups who hae control ovr your affairs. Be sure to do
Germany and New Jersey. Contract Administrator to your work in a most efficient way.
Must be able to converse and perform the following duties: SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Show your finest talents to
have a working knowledge of review and record land sales gooda MeJnds who can assist you in pining your finest ails.
German to assist the German contracts and prepare Attend amusements you like with mate.
groups that arrive weekly. 3-5 collection letters for SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) You have unusual
years in similar administrative delinquent accounts. Must have perception now and can use this to your finest advantage.
position. Due to location own knowledge of preparing legal Family will now extend favors that you need.
transport an asset, land descriptions, for the
Apply to: Blair House Hotel, P. preparation of conveyances; CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Meet with allies in your
0. Box F-1656, Freeport. maintain records of monies line of endeavor and exchange ideas for greater mutual success.
(373-3311). received from purchasers on Show more efficiency at your routines.
original contract sales and AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Engage in activities that
appropriately prepare both will add to your present income. Improve your health so that
C15464 Bahamian and U.S. dollar you have more vitality in the future.
deposits. Independently to PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Plan how to become more
POWERHOUSE FOREMAN: maintain an Accounts Payable successful in your line of endeavor. Use your finest judgment
Be in charge of Powerhouse, ledger and prepare the n whatever you do. Attend the social tonight.
supervise staff and help to disbursements of same. Assist IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ...he or she will have
repair broken engines. 8-12 in the preparation of minutes I"A "
years experience in diesel of meetings for the Board of true character and much purpose of mind to make a great
engines. Has to be sober (it's a Directors, corporate success in life, Give the cultural and artistic training that is
must), reliable and willing to resolutions for nine (9) necessary to make your progeny happy and productive. There
work odd hours when affiliated companies. is much perseverance in this chart. Be sure to give fine spitual
necessary. Police record, health Applicants should have 2-3 training early in life.
certificate and letters of years experience in contract "The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
reference required. processing. Salary will be based vnour life is largely up to YOU!
LAUNDRY MANAGER: on qualifications and
Manage laundry and dry experience.
cleaning department and Please mail resume to the THE YO U
supervise all staff. 5-8 years above company, P. 0. Box VERY CRO SS-W O RD
experience in dry cleaning and F-684, Freeport, Grand
laundry. Must be reliable and Bahama Island. TMMae. yo u
able to work odd hours if 111- ehe OU er ense-w n one <0cDnumbers.
necessary. Police record, health C15465 oni f by o ptl Mteh : Hdunt out the erlhto etter
certificate and letters of otheae 7 tt wo a ey we i lHll youa to fanda lots of
reference required. CONTRACT ADMINISTRA- E -
Interested persons apply: TOR/LAND DEVELOP- Teache. (9)
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL, MENTT. -- Ia.(4)
WEST END, GRAND Princess Properties t l-beasulty. (a)
BAHAMA, Personnel Office International Limited, Bahamia A e. (a)o s ()
between the hours of 9:00 a.m. Division has an Immediate rovI new home. (7)
and 3:00 p.m., Monday opening for the positiori of Scottlsh Bame. (5)
through Friday. Mailing, CONTRACT ADMINISTRA- ClUes Down
.Alress: 324 Datura St., Suite TOR with the following rcltet's work. (9)
aLS, West Patm. Ban Fla. necessary requirements: .Tee a (4, 5)
33401. Elon Martla, Jr., Knowledge of procedures, Wt (8
Personnel Director. processing and collection of - -- -
sales contracts; refinancing T S R AT IA
C15466 methods; lot pricing; M
SHIFT ENGINEER conveyance procedures. The (4n of A
Applicant is directly in charge applicant will also co-ordinate Cls A es ot e .
of an operating crew aid sales material and acquisition A Im ums ght to bear. (0) -. ( )(
responsible for operation of all of supplies; investigate and ouem the tmae ) 5L .
equipment related to the handle problem areas; and act ake a leook. (8)
production of- electric power. as liaison between local and lMebilamt (4 t eee MATS)KEi
Individual must be fully con- foreign attorneys, property3lem lad.(4 Di4) roee
versant with power plant owners and corporate affiliated wn plate,. () () reska's, ..slUes
equipment and it is essential companies. Applicants should
that previous training and have 2-3 years experience in Rupert and the
experience include working as contract administration. Salary
equipment operatnorn and will be based on qualifications
control room operatorin and and experience.d-
high pressure power plant for Please mail resume and history
several years, or on steamships of salary in full confidence to
of comparable operating the above company. Post
conditions. Individual reports Grand Bahama F-684,sland. Freeport,
directly to Superintendent or and Bahama Island.
Assistant Superintendent. TECHNICIAN ELECTRIC
POWER Must be able to
WORKING FOREMAN prepare single line, schematic
ELECTRIC TRANSMISSION and wiring diagrams, make
& DISTRIBUTION initial designs and cost -"- -'
Minumum five years estimates for transmission and
experience as journeyman/line- distribution. Must make
man with ability to supervise preliminary designs for
men in line construction and overhead and underground
maintenance. Requires ability distribution standards. Must be
to understand blueprints, able to maintain index ad .-..
knowledge of Wye and Delta files of standards publication .,*,
Transformer connections and and technical literature. Must -' ,
proper use of voltmeters and know recording meter function -- -: L T
ammeters. Must be willing to computation of demand "Hooray I You've brought it back" Bingo
work with instructor in aerial billing. is delighted to see Rupert with the wooden
bucket handling with rubber Apply to: Personnel De- horse. Where did you find it ?" Hia smile
gloves live circuits to 12 470 apartment, Freeport Com- changes to a look of amazement when Rupert
volts. Driver's licence required. mrciaT& Industrial Limited, tells him all that has taken place meanwhile.
P. O. Box F-2666 or 30C "The Imps of Spring found out why it ran
Kipling Building, Freeport, away," says the little bear. It's made of
Grand Bahama. restless wood and really wanted to be a


Winning
_Is VICTOR MOLLe
A lot of bridge can be learnt
from books, but again and again
Situations will arise which can
o0y be solved at the table.
Here's a case for the natural,"
It untutored player to come into
his own.
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direct Jump tohe 4 he went
with a delayed uld see
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a slam would have quickly come
into view.
West led the 0CQ As he went
up with the OA Nast could see
that only three heart tricks
could beat the contract. But
what would happen after the
VKQ? He couldn't ead another
and declarer's loser(s) would die-
appear on dummy's clubs. The
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overtake the second heart and
give hIm a ru. And why should
West do that? How could he
tell the position?
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answer. At trick two, he led
the (Q, then the <)K.
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order, he .erted West-ad got
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whistles softly and touches the hores's head.
"It's not alive now," no mutters. "I s'poee
it only moves and talks when it chooses."
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Umpires rapped as Tigers



crash 3-9 to Casino


By GLADSTONE THURSTON
AMID controversies and
confusion, league contenders
the Roaring Tigers last night
dropped a heart breaking 9-3
decision to the all-star Paradise
Casino who. in winning their
sixth in as many played, took a
comfortable one and a half
game lead in the Majestic
League of the N.P.S.A series.
"The umpires shook us up,
sighed Tigers player/coach
Kingsley Cooper. who shared
the opinion of many that the
officiating was appalling. Both
sides were treated with varying
degrees of such inaccuracies,
hut it seemed that the Tigers
were affected more.
"Hasting (C'ampbell) pitched
good game and the players
hit the ball all right, hut we
couldn't get the breaks from
the umpires." Kingsley figured
that the decisions had
something to do with their
being from I leuthera. Others
felt that plate umpire (ecil
\Minnis was just not
',perienccd l.nougih it handle
the game.
Ihe Tigers who went into
the gamen with a second place
ie and oni win/loss record.
were hoping to stop Paradise
thereby sharing with them lirst
place as it was during the first
four games of the season.
"Vasino is really casy to heat."
( cooper observed. "They have a
lit of tree swingers."
Treated with last breaking
pitches from fellow 1 leutheran
Charles Rolle, the Tigers
gathered only six hits and went
scoreless through five of the
se ven inning ga me.


Umpire Roderick Forbes
Roaring Tigers' first run.


Re membered for his
outstanding p c rformance
against Taylor Trucking. Rolle
last night struck out 10 and
walked two.
Campbell who opposed had
a good game going until
frustration set in IIe however
struck out nine and walked
two in taking his second loss of
the series .
Casino did not seem too
disturbed over about the
officiating although the\ too
got their had breaks. "The runs
they ( I igers) got didn't come
at anv crucial moment,"
manager Kendal Munroe
commented. "You can't blame
it all on the umpire."


Picture: RICKEY WELLS
signals Wardy Ford safe at third base. Ford went on to score the


Munroe felt that last night's
win which ended their first half
ol the series was a crucial
decision for Paradise. "We are
out there to beat everybody
and from now on. it's all the
way. When we meet again it
will be the same or even
worse."
Paradise took the lead in the
top of the first utilizing a pass
ball and Ronald "Doc" Smith's
sacrifice fly to plate the runs.
Second baseman Gilbert
Moncur who scored the first
and centre fielder Joe Jones
who followed him home both
led off with base hits the
second of which sent Moncur
to third.


Smith in collecting his
second strike accidentally hit
catcher Kenneth McCartney. In
pain, McCartney misfielded the
delivery and Moncur made his,
way home. Two pitches later
Smith lobbed a pop fly to right
fielder Keith Ford who made
the put out as Jones scored.
It was not until the third
frame when the Tigers got their
third run which was scored hby
third baseman Wardy Ford
Given new life when he was
struck out but reached first on
the pass ball, Ford moved lo
second on Campbell's base on
balls.
Stealing third. Ford drew a
pick off attempt from catcher
Harold Whyte. The ball got
past third baseman Ben Rolle
and Ford used the play to
score.
Smith who is known for his
hard hitting slapped a three
bagger up against the outfield
fence and scored Paradise third
run on a wild pitch to Rolle.
Controversy brewed in the
top of the fifth when umpire
Minnis gave Moncur a free
base hit oy the pitch. The
delivery was observed to have
hit the bat. not the batter.
Cooper made a vain attempt to
reverse the decision.
Smith scored his second of
three runs in the sixth when
the Tigers in a final effort
made some defensive changes.
Mark Johnson came in for
William Delancy and Cooper
for McCartney. Wardy went
behind the plate and Cooper in
the outfield.
The seventh spelt the end
for the Tigers. Casino on two
hits and a three run pass ball
put the game out of reach. The
Tigers seemed disinterested. It
was just as if they gave in
already.
However, in a final spark,
fleet-footed Wayde Davis
slapped a two-run in-the-park
homer to end the Tigers three
consecutive scoreless frames.

Winning pitcher Adrian
Rodgers scored his third run of
the game in the top of the
seventh inning off Peter
Bethel's infield hit giving the
Ministry of Works an 8-7 edge
over Melroso Ginger in last
night's first N.P.S.A. game at
the J.F.K. Park.
The Ministry meet an avenge
seeking Roaring Tigers in
tomorrow night's second game


Pelnant winners tile Nassau
Mets play third place Del Jane
Saints Monday afternoon in
the first game of the Bahamas
Baseball Association Pony
league playoffs.
Director Mr. Jeff Williams,
said a game played this
afternoon between Rodgers
Sports Shop and St. Bernards
will decide a fourth place team.
Cross Road Giants will take on
the victor ot this ,cliash ')r a
championship herth.
In little leagueI. Irwin
Knowles Constructioin 10-2
and St. Michaels D)odger,; 10-2
tangle on Saturday afternoon
to decide the 1974 pennant
winners.
CHESS LEAGUE
Till' BAHAMAS ('hess
Federation's Saturday league
series for juniors begin this
weekend 12 noon at the C. C.
Sweeting High School Library.
All competitors under the age
of 18 years are asked to
register before tomorrow night.
Mr. Warren Seymour should
be contacted at 56210. The
junior championship is
scheduled for early next
month.
COUGARS PRACTICE
Defending Nassau League
champs the cougarss in
preparation lo the upcoming
Bahamas Amateur Basketball
Association's series, ho Id
practice session Sunday
afternoon (4 o'clock) at the
A.F. Adderlcy G(ym.


BRIIAN (;IBSON and
partner Irskine Minus in the
best two out of three, trumped
over their opponents and
runners-up Arnold Bain and
partner Algernon Alien to
bring up their scores from 46
to 47 in the tenth game of the
St. Francis Xaviers annual
sumnlmer whist tournament.
Minus-Gibson now hold sixth
spot with a total of 391 points.

The team of Dean and Dean
who have led the series for the
fifth consecutive week made a
poor impression this week
when they scored only 23
points thus reducing their
Knowles and ( lristie to three
points.


-COWDREY
NUDGES
SELECTORS
WITH
CLASSIC 100
Today's Test score:
Pakistan 317 for two.
LONDON As England's
cricket stars got ready to face
Pakistan in the third test
match today, former England
captian Colin Cowdrey found
his old batting form and hit
122 in a county
championship match
Wednesday.
Cowdrey, 41, is no longer
considered for test selection.
But at Scarborough, where
Kent batted first against
Yorkshire, he showed he is
still a master of
strokemaking.
Three Kent players are in
the England team and the
weakened side batted slowly
against Yorkshire.
Cowdrey held the team
together. He took 70 minutes
to reach double figures, then
opened out and played many
classic strokes through the
covers. His 122 came out of
total of 279 for 8 in the
allotted 100 overs.
Vivian Richards,
22-year-old batsman from
Antigua, made 41 for
So merset against
Warwickshire and reached
1,000 runs for the season -
his first season in English
cricket.
Pony playoff


VIENNA Gunnar
Werner, president of the
Swedish swimming association,
said Thursday that allegations
Fast Germany's wonder girl
swinncrs were using male sex
hoi,nones were "ribbish."
Werner was commenting on
remarks reportedly made to a
Stockholm newspaper by
Swedish team physician Bengt
Friksson.
Friksson reportedly said
Fast Germany girls had been
using male sex hormones to
boost performances for years.
"I don't agree at all with the
doctor." Werner declared. "It is
nonsense to say such things."
East German girls have set
seven world records in four
days of competition in the
European swimming
championships and left the
other 25 nations competing
here trailing in their wake.
Similar rumours about sex
hormones have circulated
before. But swimming experts
here say the allegations are
pointless because they cannot
be proven. Today Ulrike
Richter of Fast Germany broke
her own world record for the
100-meter backstroke in a heat
at the championships with a
time of I minute, 4.09


Tour starts Saturday


Till 24-MI'MBI R s'iu.id
of the Anmernc: < rocket
League begin a one week tour
of New Pro idence beginning
Saturday with a two day match
against the Bahamas Cricket
Association's National XI.
On Tuesday of next week,
the visitors will plat a one day
match against lthe combined
Prison Officers and Police
Royals team. Thlie series ends
on Thursday with a match


against the rest XI.
The national XI will be
captained by Police Royals
all-rounder Edmund Lewis.
The other players are George
Ferguson, Horace Kingston,
James Peterson, Jeruth
Thompson, Tyrone Thompson,
Ralph Kellman, Francis Scott,
Horace Stuart, Garfield
Braithwaite, Peter Bethel and
Ilarry Dean.


This week's Standings: Dean
and Dean 419; Knowles and
Christie 416: Minnis and
Walkine 404: Cambridge and
Johnson 393; Foster and
Foster 392: Minus and Gibson
391: Coakley and Moxey 387;
Smith and Gibbs 386; Sands
and Sands 383; Gibson and
Gibson 378: Barnett and
Barnett 353; Sands and
Curry 350.
With two more games to
play, the series will continue
next Tuesday evening at 8:30
at St. Benedicts Hall, Priory
Grounds West Street.

The Bahamas American
Football Association will hold
a committee meeting on August
26 7:p.m. at the Deltec Bank.


ledon champ



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in the Open


Wimbi



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THE FOURTH Annual
Bahamas International Open
Tennis Championship will be
staged on the courts of the
Bahamas Princess Hotel in
Freeport, January 12-19 next
year.
Clement Maynard, Minister
of Tourism, announced today
the $50,000 tournament will
be co-sponsored by the
Ministry and the Princes-
Hotel.
Last year's tournament,
staged at the Ocean Club,
Paradise Island, was won by
Brian Gottfried of Fort
Lauderdale. He is expected to
defend his crown. Last year's
tournament had a purse of
$10,000.
"We feel that the growing
interest in tennis at all levels of
competition, from the
weekend player to the very
best professionals, justifies the
staging of a major tournament
in the Bahamas." said Mr.
Maynard in announcing the
$50,000 purse. "We would
expect to attract many of the
best international players in
the world."
Several had already agreed
to play in the tournament,
including Wimbledon
champion Jimmy Connors, the


Gottfried.
Several former teaching pros
in the Bahamas are expected to
be on hand. These include Bill
Tym, onetime pro at the
Montigu. Beach Hotel, and
Fritz Schunk, former Bahamas
champion and pro at the
Sonesta Beach Hotel, now
called the Ambassador Hotel.
Winner of the first two
Bahamas Open Tennis
Championships, Eddie Dibbs of
Miami. is expected to return.
He won the first year at the
Lucayan Towers Bath and
Racquet Club in Freeport as an
amateur, and repeated two
years ago after turning pro. He
did not compete last year.
Tournament officials are
also hopeful of attracting
Swedish teenage star Bjorn
Borg, Tom Okker of Holland,
and Spain's Juan Gisbert. who
upset Connors in the recent
Canadian Open Tennis
Tournament.
Adding to the international
flavour of the tournament will
be at least three Bahamian
players, Leo Rolle, the current
Bahamas champion, Bertram
Knowles and John Antonas.
Rolle and Antonas formed the
Bahamas team which won the
Caribbean championship earlier
this year.


seconds.
Miss Richter's previous
world record, set earlier this
year, was 1.04.43.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that DAVID GEORGE
FREDERICK STREATHER of 2 Creswell Road, Freeport,
Grand Bahama is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason
why registration should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 15th day of August 1974 to
The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.





NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MARY JANE LIGHTBOURN
of Montrose Avenve, Nassau Bahamas, is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 15th day of
August, 1974 to the Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box
N-3002, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that BETTA ROSALIA
BAPTISTE DUCLAR of 64A. Bruce Avenue, Freeport,
Grand Bahama, Bahamas is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 22nd day of
August 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box
N-3002, Nassau, Bahamas.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that CHARLIE JOHN of Hunters,
Grand Bahama is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for naturalisation as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any
reason why naturalisation should not be granted should
send a written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 22nd day of August, 1974 to
The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P.O. Box N-3002,
Nassau.





NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MARIA, L. CARTER of
Malcolm Road, New Providence is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 22nd 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 AARON ERIC PRATT of
Coconut Grove N.P. 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 22nd -day of August
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau, Bahamas.


Swimmers hormones

report 'rubbish'


THE PUBLIC TREASURY,

P. 0. Box N. 3017,
NASSAU, BAHAMAS.
19th. August, 1974.




NOTICE

I'he Treasurcr has taken court action against a n number o(l persons. whose
Rcal Propcrty Tax payments are in arrCars.

It is hereby notified for gcncral information, thal in addition to court action,
the fIreca.sIrcr is also taking action Iunecr Section 1 (1 ) of the Real Property
Tax Act 140(), which rcads as Iollows:

\Vhcrc it appears to the IFrcasurcr that an\ person

(i) ow\vc, All\ sium o Iloney to: or
(b) will troin time to time owe any sum ot mIoncy bv way of rent, salary,
warL,0es or pension to: or
Se h ids ,iii\ tilsul ot" money to tlil e s o'.

a (y person owin tla\ tinder this Act (in this section referred to as "the
l;t\pa \ers'). Ilicn thie lreasurcr ma byVV scr in a notice in writing
tinder tills section on such first-Inentioned person require him to pay to
the I reasrer the \whole or any part of ann\ such money cin satisfaction
of thlc t a \pa her's Adebt to tile Treasurer.

lIa\paers are thuis reminded to bring tlieir accounts up-to-date, in order to
a\oid anv in.o cnience which may bc caused by ('Court action or
Garnishccin. ot D)chts.

J. 1 l)ILLVtAULX,
Act ing Treasurer.


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young left-hander who is
co-ranked number one in the
world with Stan Smith.
The sometimes controversial
Connors represents Princess-
land Hotels as does the
equally controversial Illie
Nastase who is also expected to
compete.
Others who played in last
year's tournament and are
expected back are veteran
Clark Graebner, the 1971 U.S.
Indoor Open Champion and
three times Davis Cup singles
competitor.
Graebner, now nearing 30,
led the U.S. team that
recaptured the Davis Cup in
Australia in 1968. He is ranked
among the top ten in the U.S.
Also expected to return are
former top ranked American
junior Vitas Gerulaitis, a
19-year-old member of the
Junior Davis Cup team, and
Sweden's powerful Ove
Bengsten. England's Buster
Mottram, 19, the youngest
player to be named to a British
Davis Cup team, is expected to
return to try to avenge the
finals loss of last year against


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