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OL. L)0I, No. 228_ Saturday, August 24, 1974 Price: 20 Cents


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By MIKE LOTHIAN
NO WORK PERMITS will be issued here for foreign entertainers at least until
October, The Tribune has learned.
The Labour Ministry's decision to deny its approval for entertainers' permit applications is
designed to support the Bahamas Musicians and Entertainers Union, based in Nassau, and the
Grand Bahama Musicians and Entertainers Union in their bid for an agreement on reciprocity with
the American Federation of Musicians.


The unions complain that
while dozens of foreign
entertainers enjoy bookings in
the Bahamas, attempts to book
Bahamian entertainers into
areas coming under the AFM's
influence including Canada
and the U.S. are blocked by
the AFM.
AFM president Hal. C. Davis
is expected in Nassau during
October to discuss the
situation, according to Duke
Hanna, president of the BMEU.
Mr. Hanna told The Tribune
that the unions have been
increasingly critical of the
situation for the past two or ,
three years, and had drawn the
AFM's attention to it.
However, they had not been
arguing their case with
meaningful support.
The new Labour Ministry
policy has had its effect
already, Mr. Hlanna said.
The policy was pronounced
August 14 by Labour Minister
('!iif ;.t 1 ,V iiing in a meeting
betAeen the Ministry, the two
Bahamian unions and
representatives of both the
Nassau and Grand Bahama
Hotel Associations.
Mr. Hanna said when he
subsequently informed an
AFM official of the permit
move, the official asked for the
October meeting.
The hotel operators have
already agreed to provide
accommodations for Mr. Davis,
Mr. Hanna said, and they are
co-operating with the unions in
compiling statistics showing
the number of AFM
entertainers who have come to
the Bahamas over the past
year, and the amount of
money paid them.
Those statistics will be
compared with figures relating
to Bahamian bookings overseas
to back the Bahamians'
negotiations with Mr. Davis.
Mr. Hanna said the AFM has
in the past raised no objection
to Bahamians going into its
areas for one-night stands.
Similarly, the local unions have
not objected, for example, to
convention groups importing
their own entertainment,
providing Bahamians were
included in the group's
entertainment programme.
However, while AFM
entertainers enjoy months-long
bookings here, the AFM will
not allow any Bahamian group
to enjoy "residency
employment", bookings of two
nights or more.
The unionist told The
Tribune that the hotels in the
Bahamas are both the chief
local stages for foreign
entertainers and, potentially,
the greatest outlet for
Bahamians looking for overseas
bookings.
What the Bahamian
musicians and entertainers
want, he said, is to have the
agents for the various hotel
chains represented in the
Bahamas book Bahamians for
overseas trips whenever they
book overseas entertainers for
stays in the Bahamas.
The hotels are willing to
co-operate, he said, but the
biggest markets, Canada and
the U.S., are closed to
Bahamians by the AFM.


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Two artists from the Ballet Folklorico de Nicaragua. The
23-member dance troupe will perform at Le Cabaret
Theatre tomorrow.


Dancing girls are


last gues'
THE FINAL event in the
Ministry of Tourism's
Goombay Summer '74 Guest
Artists in Concert series for
Nassau will end on a gay note
with marimbas, guitars, and
dancing girls bedecked in
flowing gowns trimmed with
sequences of beads and
flowers.
The show will be staged at
Le Cabaret Theatre tomorrow
and will feature the Ballet
Folklorico from Nicaragua.
The group, which includes
23 artists and, two
representatives from the
Nicaraguan Tourist Office,
arrived in Nassau this weekend
from Miami.
Sunday's programme will
comprise some 20 Nicaraguan
ballet compositions, including
such popular folklore numbers
as:
"Aquella Indita" (That
little Indian girl) one of the
most popular creations from
Nicaraguan folklore dedicated
to a native Nicaraguan girl.
"La Danza Negra" (The
black dance).
o "Barrio de Pescadores."
This song is dedicated to a
typical native suburb of
Managua, the capital of
Nicaragua, which was
destroyed by the earthquake of
1972.
e And "La Vaguita." This is
danced by all the artists. It is a
very popular dance in which
people from all faiths, colour
and traditions, dance together
on the streets of the day of the
Nicaraguan CarnivaL
The programme starts at 9


of Tourism
said that


arrangements have also been
made for the group to put on a
performance at the Kasbah
Celebrity Room of El Casino in
Freeport. The show will take
place there on Monday. at 9
p.m.


Atlantic air fares to soar 10 per cent


PASSENGER fares on the
North Atlantic route will go
up by an average of ten per
cent. November 1 under a
package agreement announc-
ed Saturday by the
International Air Transport
Association. IATA.
The hikes, still subject to
government approval, will be
the stiffest so far this year.
Three earlier increases by an
average total of 18 per cent
were exclusively blamed on
soaring fuel costs.
A two-week meeting of
IATA member airlines at


Geneva, Switzerland also
agreed on a new base fare
that will have an "established
relationship to the minimum
charter prices to be
implemented on the North
Atlantic route.
IATA director General
Knut Harmarskjoeld told
a news conference that the
coordinated pricing scheme
was in line with demands
from governments and was
expected to end what he
called a "cut throat"
competition.


'Big Daddy' wants


Bay Street Site


by


ENDS

NEXT

WEEK
GOOMBAY SUMMER, the
lively three-month, festival
that has showcased Bahamian
culture for four years in a
row, ends September 1.
To visitors the weekly
folklore reviews, street
dancing under the lights,
Goombay parades, fashion
shows and moonlight cruises,
to name only a few activities,
will become memories ...
pleasant memories of a
vacation in the sun among
friendly people.
Goombay Summer '74,
like the previous festivals, got
solid support from scores of
civic organizations.
The Bahamas Christian
Council gave its support by
organizing an "Attend
Church With a Bahamian
Family" drive, and at the
opening of the festival
organized a service of
rededication for all in the
hospitality industry.
Several new features were
introduced during this year's
Goombay Summer Festival.
In Freeport, residents of that
city converted a parking lot
into park to expose visitors
there to the Bahamian way of
life. They called it Goombay
Park.
In Nassau a cultural
exchange programme
desditipd. It brought
together the Black Repertory
Dance Company of
Washington, D.C. and the
Bahamian New Breed Dancers
on the stage of Le Cabaret
Theatre on Paradise Island.
The cultural exchange
programme which was
presented under the title,
"Guest Artists In Concert",
also brought together the
Chicago Sammy Dyer School
of the Theatre and the
Bahamas School of Theatre in
a performance called "Black
Magic." It was a big success.
It also brought to Nassau
the national folklore group of
Nicagarua.
And it was just about to
attract the national dance
group of the Dominican
Republic when the
newly-elected president of
that country stepped in and
invited the dancers to stay
home and perform at his
inaugural ceremonies.
The Dominican Republic
dancers have asked that they
be included in next year's
programme of events.


The North Atlantic market
accounts for about one third
of all international air traffic.
Over capacities,
Hammarskjoeld said, had
averaged up to 55 to 60 per
cent.
IATA spokesman Gordon
Ruddick said price increases'
for the fares would vary
"extremely widely" from
about 18 to 20 per cent on
the lowest prices to seven per
cent for first class fares. The
economy class round-trip
New York-London during the


peak season would go up
from 726 to 764 dollars.
The Civil Aeronautics
Board approved a four per
cent increase on fares to
Europe August 1. The raises
were the third approved by
CAB since last December. It
approved a 6 per cent
increase then and a 7 per cent
increase in March.
The increase on August I
put the coach fare from
Miami to London on British
Airways, for example, up
from $419 to $436,


PANAM MAY


NOT RETURN


TO NASSAU


PAN AMERICAN,
America's largest international
airline that cut out its
Nassau-Miami flights on April
22 this year, is now unlikely to
reinstate its service here.
The company announced
yesterday in Washington that it
needs an "emergency $10
million-a-month subsidy" to
help it survive soaring fuel
costs, shrinking passenger
business and increased
competition.
The airline said it could soon
run out of cash to meet its
financial obligations unless the
(US) government grants in a
subsidy.
Faced with this bleak
prospect it now seems certain
that the airline will not be in a
position to reinstate its
Bahamas service.
At the same time the
Nassau-Miami service was
terminated, Mr. Max Gurney,
local PanAm director, stressed
that the airline was merely
"suspending" its service,.until
December 15 as pirt.. ,f a
general economy move of the
company. However, a Pan Am
spokesman in Miami told The
Tribune that the decision had
been to stop flights altogether
and it was unlikely, unless the
business of the company
improved, that the Bahamas
flights would be resumed.


Picture. JEFFREY THOMPSON
NEW ROAD HAZARD There was a new road hazard for motorists at the Montagu Park
bend today. Eastbound travellers were confronted with p&rt of a casuarina tree blocking their
lane and had to swing onto the other lane to get round it. It also caused some near accidents for
motorists who were not observing the 30 m.p.h. speed limit.


Less water cuts


THE BLUE HILLS
desalination plant returned to
full production Friday, cutting
one hour from the daily water
pressure cuts.
Acting Minister of Works
Darrell E. Rolle, Minister of
Home Affairs, said in a
Bahamas Information Services
press release that "unexpected
mechanical troubles" caused
the plant's shutdown on
August 9.
"Because the Water
Department had to draw on its
reserves last week," the press
release said, "water pressure
had been reduced each evening
at 6 p.m. Beginning tonight
(Fridav) pressures will be


reduced at 7 p.m. and (this)
will continue for the next few
days."
It is expected that the length
of daily cuts will be gradually
reduced as reserves are
replenished. Due to an
estimated 3.5 million gallons
per day gap between water
supply and demand, however,
cuts of several hours' duration
daily usually late at night
and in the early morning will
continue indefinitely.
The desalination plant's
Aug. 9 shut down came only
two and a half months after
five weeks of annual
maintenance work was
completed.


Death of Mrs L. Bethel


MRS. LENA Bethel, 67,
died at her home on Madeira
Street on Friday morning.
She is survived by her
husband. Lester Bethel: two
daughters. Merlene \lburn and
Molly Taylor of Australia: one
son, Maurice Bethel and three
grandchildren

Funeral set ices will be held
at 5 p.m. tomorrow at Calvary
Bible Church, Collins Avenue.
Mr. Jaziel Thompson will
officiate and burial will be in
Ebenezer Cemetary. Friends


may pay their last respect at
Pinders Funeral Home,
Palmdale, from 12 until 1 p.m.
tomorrow.

BUDGET

DUIl to a typographical
error. The Tribune report
Thursday on a bill intended to
make Bahdmas Information
Ser vices a Government
Department incorrectly gave
BIS's 1974 budget as
1523,000. The figure should
have read $253,000.


As late as last month a
Nassau report stated that the
airline was "seriously
considering" a resumption of
flights here.
But after Friday's statement
from the airline, this looks
most unlikely.
No executive for the airline
in Nassau could be reached for
comment today.
Pan Am's announcement
came as it asked the Civil
Aeronautics Board to establish
as quickly as possible a
temporary subsidy to tide the
carrier over while the board is
considering Pan Am's request
for what the board calls a
"final" subsidy.
The carrier said the board
obviously is many months
away from deciding whether to
grant Pan Am a final subsidy
and added "Pan American's
financial condition does not
permit that type of delay."
It said its current projects
show it will have to borrow
money by October and added
that its credit agreement with
16 banks allowing it to borrow
up to $205.5 million could be
endangered unless the board
sets a temporary subsidy.
That agreement, the carrier
said, requires Pan Am to
maintain a net worth of more
than $300 million. Pan Am
said it's net worth would be
below that figure by this
winter unless government aid is
granted.
Pan Am has lost money for
the past five years but was
headed toward a profit last
year when the fuel crisis hit.
The sharp increase in fuel
prices, especially in foreign
markets, wiped out this. Their
operating loss for the first half
of 1974 was $48.4 million
compared with an operating
loss of $19.4 million in the
same period of 1973.
It said it now anticipated a
total operating loss for 1974 of
$76.6 million. In addition, it
said it faces net interest
expense of $45.5 million for
the 12 month period beginning
April 3, 1974.
INSURANCE
BAHAMIAN employers are
being urged by the Bahamas
Employers Confederation to
attend a seminar on the
implications of National
insurance, beginning 2.30 p.m.
next Thursday at the
Sheraton-British Colonial
Hotel. The seminar is being
held by the Confederation
under the auspices of the
Labour and National Insurance
Ministry. The National
Insurance Scheme comes into
force October 7.


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GOOMBAY
SUMMER






*I.


BOB "BIG DADDY" Napp,
founder, president and
chairman of Big Daddy's fast
service food restaurant chain,
and his wife Eydie, are in
Nassau looking for a location
to open another addition to
their chain of self-service
restaurants.
Big Daddy, who is looking
for a location, preferably on
Bay Street, told The Tribune
today that he would like to
open the restaurant with a
group of Bahamian business
people in a joint venture, as
soon as possible.
If he is granted the
permission to open a restaurant
here, he said that the
management and other
employees will be Bahamians
whtt will train in their Miami
Beach location.
Big Daddy also said he feels
Nassau is an ideallocation for
one of his restaurants since
most cruise ships originate
from Miami and most
passengers are familiar with his
Big Daddy's foods.
Bahamians from the


Sea conference winds up


By Nigel Cumberbatch
CARACAS, VENEZUELA
The third United Nations
Law of the Sea Conference will
end next Thursday without
any spectacular accom-
plishments. But delegates feel
the stage has been set for real
negotiations next year to draft
a treaty governing use and
protection of the oceans.
Final agreement has been
reached on none of the 100
items on the agenda of the
largest international meeting
ever held, attended by 5,000
delegates and observers from
148 nations.
Many delegates and
observers say, however, that the
S10-week conference which
opened June 20 has narrowed
differences and that a world
treaty now is possible in the
not-too-distant future.
"As the first step in a series
of intense and complex
negotiations, the Caracas
session was a success," says
John Norton Moore, deputy
chief of the U.S. delegation.
Although no specific articles
were drafted, "the outlines of
an overall package treaty are
clearly emerging."
Many delegates feel that
considerable success was
achieved in agreeing on


procedural matters and in
clarifying the general positions
of attending nations.
Several countries and
regional groups have presented
working papers that could
serve as the basis for
negotiations likely to be held
next year in Geneva.
General agreement has bccen
reached in many areas, and
hard negotiations now are
needed to iron out specific
points, diplomats say.
Posit ion statements
presented in Caracas reflect
that countries want wider
territorial limits most agree
on 12 miles with a so-called
"economic zone" extending
another 188 miles into the sea.
A country would enjoy
economic jurisdiction over
resources such as fish and
petroleum in its economic
zone.
There is sharp disagreement,
however, on the issue of transit
through the economic zones
and so-called "international
straits" lying inside the sones.
The United States and the
Soviet Union insist that any
treaty provide for
unobstructed passage of
commercial and military vessels
and overflight.
Other nations, mostly


developing countries, want to
be able to control transit
through their areas.
"This question of transit can
either make or break the next
conference," says Alan
Beesley, chief of the Canadian
delegation. "But again, we are
much closer to some kind of
agreement on this matter, as in
other areas....
"This subject of freedom of
navigation on the whole is not
quite ripe for treaty articles.
1 here is need for patience."
(AP)

Band's finale

'EVERYBODY sings when
the boat pulls out. Everybody
whistles and laughs and shouts.
Everybody sings when the boat
pulls out from Nassau."
That once popular Goombay
tune describes the scene at
Prince George Wharf when the
luxury cruiseliners depart,

And tomorrow, at 3:30
p.m., the Royal Bahamas
Police Band will be on hand to
serenade departing visitors as
the big liners leave port.
This performance by me
band will mark the final session
of the Ministry of Tourism's
"Sunday Concert" programme.


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Freeport, Grand Bahama area
are also familiar with his foods,
he added, because at one time
he operated the snack bars at
the King's Inn and the Bahamia
Beach Club in Freeport.
"Big Daddy's Fast food
service restaurant chain, which
is home based in Brooklyn,
New York, specializes in all
beef hot dogs, hamburgers,
french fries, seafood, Deli,
pizza, chow mein, hot corn and
they make fresh donuts on the
premises hourly. They also
have a no tipping policy.
When the Miami Dolphins
were playing in New York one
of their football players
Mercury Morris, ate at Big
Daddy's several times, and Big
Daddy said that Mercury told
him the food was so great, that
if he ever opened a restaurant
in Florida he would want the
opportunity to become a
stockholder.
Today Mercury Morris is not
only a football player with the
Dolphins but also a
restaurateur in Miami Beach
with Big Daddy.


p.m.
A Ministry
spokesman,











2 THE TRIBUNE SatudE TR August 24, 1974
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AN AMERICAN soldier in
Heidelberg went on a
shooting rampage, killing his
wife and two other U.S. army
soldiers and wounding three
others before he committed
suicide, German police said.

PRESIDENT Isabel Peron
met with her cabinet after
extremists celebrating a
guerrilla anniversary set
bombs, held street
demonstrations and clashed
with police in Argentin's
major cities Thursday.


CHICAGO Today, one of
four Chicago daily
newspapers, will cease
publication after its Sept. 13
editions, the Chicago Tribune
Co. announced.

A MAN burst into a
funeral near Cairo, opened
fire with a submachinegun,
killed eight persons and
wounded six, then fled,
police said.

THREE YOUNG
Rhodesian soldiers were
killed and seven others
injured, in a landmine
explosion, detonated by an
army vehicle in the north east
border area. According to an
official announcement
Friday.

PRINCESS Alexandra of
England "declared open"
Britain's largest foreign
industrial fair of 1974 in Sao
Paulo yesterday.

THE BARBADOS Labour
Party, official opposition in
the House of Assembly, has
announced plans for a
demonstration march through
the streets of Bridgetown to
protest against the
government's proposed
constitutional amendments.

AUSTRALIAN car
workers threatened to halt all
imports of foreign made cars
if the Australian car industry
dismisses more of its
employees.

U.S. CONGRESSMEN
urged Treasury Secretary
William Simon to work
against a proposed revision of
the international monetary
structure which would give
more power to the
international monetary fund.
Reports from A\P

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SEEN HERE at Dunsfold in
Surrey, England, with two of
the aircraft it will replace the
I'rovost' and the 'Gnat' is
the RAF's new advanced jet
trainer, the Hawker Siddeley
'Hawk.' It is the first of I 75
Hawks on order for the Royal
Air Force, deliveries of which
will start in 1976 with
completion of the order by
1980. The aircraft will be seen
in action at this year's
Farnborough International Air
Show in September.
The Hawk is a two-seat ,,
subsonic aircraft powered by a
single Rolls-Royce Turbomeca
Adour engine rated at 5,200 lb
take-off thrust and will fly at
more than 600 mph at low
altitude with a 5,000 lb
weapon load over a useful
range.
In RAF I service it will
provide 'all-through'let flying
training and weapon training
replacing the Hunter, Gnat and
ultimately the Jet Provost


TURKS WARN



GUERRILLAS


ANKARA, The Turkish
government spokesman today
said threatened Greek Cypriot
guerrilla attacks in Cyprus
would create a "dangerous and
grave situation." lie said the
Turkish armed forces on the
island will take "every
necessary measure" in case of
such attacks.
The spokesman, information
Minister Orhan Birgit, said
attackers, whether they call
themselves Greek Cypriot
National Guard of Guerrillas,
will be repaid "many times
over."
Other sources familiar with
Turkish military plans and
thinking said Turkish reaction
to Greek Cypriot guerrilla
warfare would be harsh and
merciless.
Meanwhile, Turkish troops
are applying mounting
pressure, including threats of
violence, to get the United
Nations peace force out of
northern Cyprus, senior U.N.
officers reported.
"Two nights ago a Turkish
soldier put a gun in my
stomach and told me to move
back one of our posts," said
Maj. David Ilarries, a Canadian
U.N. commander defending the
surrounded remains of the
international airport outside
Nicosia. "I talked him out of
it."
Other U. N. men tell of
similar Turkish threats.
"Two days after the
cease-fire we took over this
observation post and the Turks
came up and said 'This is our
hill and you are going to move.
Now!' said U.N. Pvt. Donald
Mackenzie, standing atop a rise
outside Nicosia and watching a
yellow bulldozer build Turkish
fortifications below.
"Then the Turks sent over
an M47 tank to get us out,"
said Mackenzie, a 25-year-old
Canadian paratrooper the tank
eventually withdrew about 100
yards, he said.
U.N. Secretary General
Kurt Waldheim predicted a
major involvement of the
United Nations in the Cyprus
issue because he said, bilateral
efforts were abortive.
In an inter-iew with the
Austrian radio, Waldheim, who
flew into Vienna from Geneva
prior to his departure for


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Cyprus on Sunday, said he did
"not want to minimize
bilateral endeavous toward the
settlement of crises but with
respect to Cyprus they have
failed."
Greek Foreign Minister
George Mavros said today that
Greece accepts the Soviet plan
for a broad international
conference on the Cyprus crisis
"with only a few reservations
which will be clarified
Monday."
Mavros said the Greek
government's answer, which
will comprise an initial
acceptance but also seek
certain clarifications, will be


delivered to the Soviet
Ambassador to Athens
Monday.
Mavros' statement was
further confirmation of the
government's rejection of
British and U.S. attempts to
seek a resumption of the
Geneva talks. These had
collasped August 13 after
Greece rejected a Turkish
ultimatum.
Turkey then advanced its
troops in Cyprus so that it now
occupies 40 per cent of the
island's territory.
The Soviet plan calls for an
18-nation conference


Extra talks
WASHINGTON Secretary
of State Henry Kissinger has
added an extra day of talks
with Syrian Foreign Minister
Abdel Halim Khaddam, who
warned that peace in the
Middle Fast depends on the
recovery of occupied territory
by the Palestinians.
Kissinger invited Khaddam
to the White House today for
an unscheduled third day of
negotiations considered vital in
planning the next moves in the
Middle Fast.

Haldeman
WASHINGTON White
House officials reinstated on
Friday the policy of allowing
former U.S. presidential
assistants to look at their own
files, and the first to take
advantage of the decision was
H. R. Haldeman.
iHe arrived at the basement
vaults a few hours after
attorneys for former White
House staff members were
notified by telephone that
access, cut off in the final days
of the Nixon administration,
had been restored.


on Mid East
At the dinner Friday night,
Khaddam declared that "Arabs
who have left an impact" in
history "are those who could
not accept injustice which is
the result of aggression."
With Kissinger sitting at his
side. Khaddam said the Arabs
have spread peace through
hundreds of years and are now
struggling in behalf of the
Palestinians "to recover
occupied territory"
obviously fiom Israel. (AP)

studies files
John D. Ehrlichman and
Gordon Strachan, who with
Ilaldeman and three others are
defendants in the Watergate
cover-up case, were expected
also to peruse the files soon.
The papers are stored in
basement vaults in the
executive office building, next
door to the White House.
l:hrlichnian, Ilaldeman and
Strachan are charged with
conspiracy in the Watergate
cover-up., .hrlicman has
subpoenaed Nixon as a defence
witness for the trial. (AP)


On being president...


SEAL HARBOR, Maine
Nelson Rockefeller refuses to
concede that his acceptance of
t he vice presidential
nomination at age 66 has
ended his long quest for the
presidency, citing world leaders
who governed in their 70s and
80s.
But President Ford's vice
presidential nominee told the
second of two news
conferences at his summer
home here on Friday that
political speculation about
1976 and 1980 is "totally
irrelevant" in the view of the
tremendous problems facing
the nation.


When a reporter asked if he
thought he would be too old to
run for President at the age 72
in 1980, when Ford would be
ineligible Rockefeller replied
"did you ever know Golda
Meir, and Adenauer? Great
people".
Mrs Meir resigned last year
as Israeli Premier at the age of
75, while Adenauer was West
German Chancellor into his
80s.
Rockefeller's aides have said
he would not challenge Ford in
1976.
The oldest man elected
President of the United States


was William Henry Harrison,
who took office it age 68 in
1841 and died a month later.
Dwight D. Eisenhower was the
oldest to serve in the office,
leaving at age 70.
Rockefeller indicated a
willingness to accept the
constraints of the Vice
presidency. Asked whether he
thought he had too much
energy for the job, he replied
"No problem. I am totally
relaxed. I am totally aware of
the role of the Vice President."
He said the main purpose of
it "is to be there in case
something happens."


On Richard Nixon...


'Grievous'

economy
WASHINGTON President
Ford is aware that the nation's
economic problems are "very
grievous and need solution
now" but does not want to
"act in cowboy fashion" in
attacking them, his spokesman
said.
White House press secretary
Jerald F. terHorst defined
"cowboy fashion" this way:
"Someone who runs down
the middle of the street and
shoots at both sides without
specifying a target and doesn't
know what he's accomplish-
ed."
TerHorst, in responding to
newsmen's questions,
said Ford's goal is to "arrive
at-a-package solution taking tall
economic problems" at one
time.


SEAL HARBOUR Vice
President-designate Nelson Rockefeller said
Friday Richard Nixon has suffered enough for
Watergate and should not face criminal
prosecution for the scandals that forced his
resignation as president.
At a news conference on the boat dock of
his vacation home, the former New York
Governor said he agreed with Senate
Republican leader Hugh Scott that Nixon
should face no further action.
Asked about possible prosecution of the
former president. Rockefeller replied that he is


not a lawyer but supports the position taken
by Scott.
Scott said on Aug. 11 that most
congressional leaders "would wish that nothing
further happens to former President Nixon ..
"Everyone hopes we can say enough is
enough," Scott said then. "This is the end.
There has been a pound of flesh. Hanging is
enough without drawing and quartering."
Rockefeller called Scott's statement "a very
good expression."
"It doesn't seem to me, as he said, that he
(Nixon) should in addition be drawn and
quartered," Rockefeller said. (AP)


On his wife's side...


SEAL HARBOR Mrs.
Nelson Rockefeller said she is
"thrilled as a concerned
citizen" that her husband was
nominated for Vice President.
but indicated she has some
mixed feelings about his
re-entry into public office.
Joining her husband at a


news conference on the boat
dock of the Rockefeller
vacation retreat here, Happy
Rockefeller posed for pictures
playing with her dog and even
answered some questions.
She called her husband's
selection for the vice
presidency "the beginning of a


7 7 Ford is fit but a little heavy


WASHINGTON -President
Ford received his first physical
examination Thursday since
becoming President and was
S. judged by his doctor "to be in
S excellent health and fully
capable of performing all the
physical demands and mental
stresses of the presidency."
Dr. William Lukash made
only one recommendation -
that Ford cut some calories so
his weight can drop from its
present 200% pounds to 195.
Presidential Press Secretary
Jerald F. terHorst said Ford
weighed 204 pounds about two
months ago and thus has
,. ,t .. already lost more than three
pounds recently.
Terltorst quoted Lukash as
saying that Ford "misses the


opportunity to swim in the
morning and evening, which
had a noticeable, invigorating
effect on his spirits."
TerHorst said there are no
present plans to build a pool at
the White Hlouse, although
some offers of private
financing are being considered.
"The President's views are
that he definitely will not build
a pool with federal funds,"
terHorst said. Ford had a
backyard pool at his former
home in Alexandria, Va.
The physical exam began at
6.30 Thursday morning and
lasted for about 45 minutes.
Lukash termed it a first
interval exam and said he
planned more extensive annual


I p s P' r obI1Em


checks for Ford each January.
Ford last had a full physical
Jan. 28, 1974 at the Capitol
medical unit.
The President in lieu of
swimming, was continuing
daily exercises in the White
House residence and would
"make every effort to play golf
on a regular basis," terHorst
said.
The press secretary also
noted Ford had been getting
some exercise walking around
the Capitol and other buildings
in recent days in his early
on-the-move presidency.


new adventure."
She also said the eight
months since Rockefeller
resigned the New York
governorship have created
increased togetherness.
"It grows on you," she said.
"You don't want to let him go
again." (AP)


4
EDWARD YOUDE, new
British Ambassador to China,
met with Chinese Foreign
Minister Chi Peng-Fei in
Peking today.

MAJOR MINES
throughout the American
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NLums Ammncrms JURAmE IN VEmBA MAGImm
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH,PubUiMer/Editor 1903- 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G.,D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributing Editor 1972.
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PublsherlEditor 1972-
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[ EDITORIAL


How history is made


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
(This is the seventh 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. No honour is awarded unless
it bears the recommendation of the head of state in the country
of origin.
But mine was short-circuited as a result of an unusual set of
circumstances. This was the second time that I had reached
London over the head of the governor. The first time was during
the war when I proposed the War Materials Commitlee and the
governor. Sir Charles Dundas, forbade me to do it. I cabled the
Ministry of Supplies in London outlining hce plan and they
cabled back giving me the go ahead signal.
Throughout the war I then dealt directly with members of the
War Cabinet in London without any of my communications being
channelled through the governor.
And it is interesting to note that my knighthood was awarded
for social services ... not political activities. This had never been
done before.
Now one of the U.B.P. boys says that he helped me to get it.
He seems to forget that, after they had succeeded in defeating me
and crushing my B.D.L. movement in 1956 ... a movement that
would have saved the country from its present disastrous
situation ... Sir Raynor Arthur offered me a seat on the
Legislative Council. I accepted.
When this man heard about it, he went to Sir Raynor ...
forbade him to put me in Leg. Co ... and warned that he would
fight it right up to the Colonial Office. Hie must have put up a
stiff fight because the appointment was delayed for a year!
The only thing the U.B.P. did to ease the situation during the
Constitutional Conference in London in 1963 was to remove the
objections that ... together with the Duke of Windsor's attitude ...
had built up barriers against me in the Colonial Office.
Some time later Sir Nigel Fisher told me what happened when
he was going over the list of recommended honours with the
Secretary of State.
The Secretary noticed that my honour was not supported by a
recommendation from the governor of the colony. He wanted to
know who I was. Sir Nigel told him. And it went through.

I continued to help the U.B.P. They' were then prepared to
accept reforms and great, progress was being made towards
building solid and enduring relations among our people. It was a
happy and a prosperous country.
Then one day The New York Times sent one of its top men to
Nassau to dig up dirt about the government. Sir Stafford Sands
had indeed made a grave mistake in the way he got a casino for
Mr. Wallace Groves at Grand Bahama. Although I had represented
The Times in the Bahamas for nearly a half century ... and my
father had represented them before me ... this man did not
contact me.
SThe first thing I knew about his visit was when the first of a
series of stories written by him appeared in The Times. It was
illustrated with a two-yeai-old picture and most of his
information was grossly. slanted.
I immediately wrote to the editor of The Times. I sent him an
article in which I presented the truth as I knew it.
lie refused to publish it, saying that The Times could not have
two of its men writing contradictory stories in its columns. I then
wrote him a sharp letter saying that I had always regarded The
Tinw'.s as a responsible newspaper that was concerned with the
truth.
We broke up after that. Some time later I received a telegram
from the Assistant Editor of the travel section of The Times
asking me to do a story for their travel section. I cabled back
declining and referred him to the editor.
I still have this correspondence on file. It did have the effect of
stopping The Times campaign.
SThe Wall Street Journal then took it tip. And they started a

Sand to England.
SThis campaign resulted in the overthrow of the U.B.P.
Government. The Wall Street Journal claimed that they had won
the election for the P.L.P. This was the irulh. But they have since
been obliged to condemn the Frank'ensleinian monster lthcv
Helped to create on the border of the U.S.
I warned some of my Americani newspaper friends at the time
that America would rue the day.

It is interesting to recall at this time lhat The New York Timns
played a major role in bringing Castro to power in Cuba. Some
sections of the American Press also helped to destroy the Diem
regime in Viet Nam. The Diems had control of the country.
SAfter their destruction the U.S. was drawn into a major war that
*exacted a heavy toll of American blood and mn'.'ny and ended
disastrously for the image of the nation,.
In his book The Fourth Floor Earl E. T. Smith places blame
for Castro's rise to power squarely on the shoulders of The New
York Times. Mr. Smith and I have become close friends in recent


years. He is a remarkable man.
- During die struggle for control in Cuba Herbert Matthews. a
Times top man, penetrated into the mountains where Castro was
Operating with a small and ineffective force. He wrote a series of
k completely false articles that not only swung American public
opinion to Castro's side, but also influenced decisions in the State
;'Department in Washington that finally resulted in the disgraceful
:-and inexcusable betrayal by President Kennedy and his brother
Robert of the Cuban liberation army in the Bay of Pigs.
Earl Smith, now Mayor of Palm Beach, was U.S. Ambassador
to Cuba at the time of the Castro propaganda campaign. He
warned Washington that Castro was a dangerous Communist but
the State Department, which was then dominated by what has
been described as "Liberals", disregarded his warnings.
The last time I saw Matthews he was a miserable creature,
being slowly and painfully destroyed by stomach ulcers. I must
Isay I had no sympathy for him.
It is interesting to note that the Ambassador in Viet Nam also


Claims God's law


above state


EDITOR The Tribune,
Let me first of all take this
opportunity to thank you for
allowing me to express
sincerely m', views on the now
topical issue of capital
punishment and to counteract
a blatant statement made by
the vice president of the
Bahamas Christian Councilt, he
Rev. Earl Francis through your
most provocative newspaper.
Many people, including
Christians are saying that state
killing can be justified. Let me
just say at the very outset that
killing whether by the common
citizen or by the state can be
justified. Jesus Christ made
that clear while he was on this
earth and certainly his f:ither
who is our father drove home
the point when he gave Moses
his laws.
Those who are familiar with
the book of I'Fxodus will not.,
that in chapter 20, verse 6. the
Lord God through the divine
inspiration of Moses said,
'keep my commandmentss.
This is the whole crux of the
matter: the whole law of ('od
which in n o uncertain teriis
should be kept by those who
profess to be great and loyal
followers of Jesus (hrist.
The ten commandments
were given to man by G(od
through Moses. It was not
meant. I am sure, that a few of
these laws be adhered to and
the rest ignored. It was not the
intention of our heavenly
father to give men the option
of choosing which laws they
will keep and which they will
break.
The Rev. Mr Francis seemed
to say this in replying to the
stand taken by the National
Youth Congress which is
outrightly opposed to Capital
Punishment in all its forms.
Jesus (hrist made his point
crystal clear as to how the laws
of his father were to be uphchil
when lie said, 'It one of these
laws is broken, all of them are
broken.'
For a mtian who professes to
be a spiritual leader, a christian
and a man with supposedly
good moral ethics, it is deeply
sad and appalling the way he
interprets the Bible. It is
disgraceful for such a learned
man, one whto is skilled in the
theory of theology not to be
able to analyse and practise it
in a imaniner prevalenii to
today's modern society.
I uii now convinced that
most preachers are nothing but
hypocrites They preach one
thing to tile congregation on
Sunday and live another
during the remaining six days
of the week. Some even are
like mercenaries, paid to
perform the last rites and it,
recite the last prayers for those
who are to suffer the agony of
death by the state
It is disgusting to hair a
Christian leader say, 'to hell
with a man,' or even tIr\ to
misinterpret the Bible so Lis to
justify state killing. It is
horrible for the Rev Francis to
misunderstand the iqi.ot lion
he used from Matthew's Gospel
which reads. 'render unto
'Caesar the things which ,ire
aesal's and to God tilhe things
which are God's.' It would
appe.ir that the Rev. Francis is
saying that as far as he is
coucerned, the body of Philip
'Poker' Ihunles and Wendell
'Red' Burrows belongs to the
stale and their soul to God.



nv rheI' Associaiitd 'ness
I(li AY is S' 1 lI).\ ,
A I',S"I" 24llh. 'h 2.U6l1 dan '
1974. thire ;rs i I 29 Jt'. ilt ill lirt
ytar.
III(tll It;i i S in histlor on this
dates
l973 trilied Sliti.c', '. \, It i l i.
t'sgin phtiai.id \\ lthrh.i \\,i l t l t ell
nitro it ii Illi.l ii iiltr, .
1972 Sc'irii\ f'r'ns 's Ill
Sr'nI'tliinia airr'st hluidrc'tle s i l
lahourn. stitdtI amid olitl Icaetsr-
ilis'nr riilliu g in tltoiirl prmiimi .ii
i 9 Iri a tite sv. lsci s I 5 persons,
ion thiirgcs or spthig lor lilt' Unitcdt


law


I term preachers in our
community who haven't had
the professional training and
therefore are not able to
qualify or explain that which
they profess to be experts in.
As for Mr. Francis. I suggest
that this learned and adept
disciple of Christ read and
meditate seriously on verse 17
of chapter 1 2 from the Book
of Romans which reads,
recomipense t( no man evil
for evil.'
R.onians chapter 2. verse 21
admonishes each of us to
interrogate ourselves. In this
particular verse Paul wrote,
'you -therefore who teaches
another. teaches him not
yourself? Yoo that preaches a
mian should not steal, do you
steal'? By -the same token, the
state forbids a man to kill, does
the state forbid itself to kill
also?
There has been and will
continue to be turmoil in the
world, but Jesus Christ has and
will contain ue to counteract
this. tle has delivered himself
for our sioffences. and was
raised again for our
lustificationr
Righteousness exalts the
nation, therefore as by any one
man's violation of the law
irany were imadIe to sin, so by
the obedience of one shall
many be made righteous. The
point here is that: two nmen
killed and violated the laws of
the state, t hus violating the law
of (;od, thus catising miany
ot hers to sii tou) simply,
Ibcctlse theyV killed the
violators.
It is about time that
religious leaders, followers of
(Christ turn away from their
barbaric and uncivilized
interpretation of the Bible.
They should begin to live as
men in a modern society and
to attempt to relate verses of
the Bible to modern times. The
church must r'alire that tMie
laws of God are su prcnme and
that it rises above state laws.
World leaders as wel' as citizens
slu 'ild re-alize now too, that he
who passes judgement shall
also be itidged. Remember
clc.irl\ the words of Christ,
'Vengeance is mine.'
I challenge every christian
follower to say that his
conscience is free if he sides
thie b titality of capital
punishment I ask too, that
you examine l ourselves and
seek (Codl's forgiveness if on
I i'cs't l. two' vouthis arc killed
hec..iuse of your selfish and
irrational thinking.
()Once again, I ask God's
blessing upon your soul,
hoping that in the final analysis
y ,tt won't be standing before
hilil, thlt 'you profess to follow
along with Wendell and Philip
answ'finrg for the part you
might havet had in their death.
P. SAMUEL BAIN
Kemp Road Committee
on Hluinan Rights
Van chick ie.
Nassau,
August. 1 1. I974.



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1968 I 1rantceLv t ilu s ;i writer ( I 874-19S6 ).

warned Washington about its ill-conceived "liberal" policy in Viet
Nam but he too was ignored by the dominant element in the
State Department.
As I have told you in this columnn before, Maro Lazo has
written a classic on Cuba. It is called "American Policy Failures
In Cuba ... Dagger in the Heart". This book and Earl Smith's
"Fourth Floor" should be read by ev,'ryone in this hemisphere
who wants a clear understanding of the role the U.S. has played
in the past ...and is likely to play again ... in critical situations
affecting our area and, indirectly, the wl.ole world.

I must say that these were interesting times and to the surprise
of a great many people I have come through it all without at any
time compromising my principles. And today new books and the
English Press are referring to me as a man of honour and high
principles.
Somehow today I feel that I am probably the only really free
Bahamian.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
All things come to him who labours. and learns to wait.
ANONYMOUS


The tragedy


of PLP



conclaves I

IN 1970 PLP CABINET MINISTER Jeffrey
M. Thompson took to muttering ti!
statement: "The country is going straight to
hell!"
A number of us who were then in the PLP_
agreed with him and I have been repeating trii t


message of his to the
Unfortunately, when the time
came to do something about it,
Mr. Thompson could not find
the courage to stand up. He
subsequently backed out and
went to England to study law.
In fairness to Mr. Thompson
I must say that he has since
denied being involved with the
Dissidents in 1970 even though
that is my clear recollection
and the recollection of many
others.
Now, in 1974 someone else
in the PLP has made this
statement to the press:
"There is grave concern over
the present condition of the
country. It is on this premise
that the leadership of the party
is being called in for
questioning. We want to
discuss the rapidly
deteriorating economy and the
massive unemployment
situation, particularly among
the young people. Because of
this non-direction, the country
is in hell."
The country is in hell!
Members of the Opposition
have had to bear the jeers and
threats of PLP die-hards for
telling the people that the
country was going straight to
hell under the leadership of
Prime Minister 1.. 0. Pindling
and his PLP.
Then gradually the light
started to dawn on some of
them. Some who cried out for
the blood of the Dissident
Fight on that historic night in
1970. And some who tried to
spill that blood in Parliament
Square and at Lewis Yard.
Now even among the top ranks
of the PLP.
They go further than the
Opposition and Mr. Thompson.
They say that the country is in
hell.
If they perceive our present
condition as being in hell then
they are only half right. If we
are now in hell, we are only in
the vestibule of hell. It is
hotter inside. The labyrinthine
interior is full of surprises:
terrifying trapdoors,
disappointing dead-ends and
roundabout routes. Not to
mention an occasional mirage
to add to the frustration.
So what will be done to put
out the fire across the arch,
across the nation, to get us out
of hell? They will hold a
conclave!
T h a t d r a a t i c
announcement will not
generate one tenth the hope as
used to be generated by the


nation ever sine. I
Brooklyn Dodgers when they
told their fans: "Wait until
next year'" At least the
Dodgers had some great
performers, some good
management atd a iiwhle' lot of
heart. The It P. is afhicled bt
poor performers. bad
management and a ,weak heaic t.
There is no more useless ain
exercise in the politics of this
nation than a Pl P conclj\e tin
which sits visionlCssness leaders
surrounded by spinelessness.
foolishness and selfishness
Any good seen in it will Ibe
nothing more than a mirage of
hope behind wruch is hidden a
sol i d dead-e nd of
disappointment

In 1969 there was a PIP
conclave at Small HIope Ba\.
The backbenchers of the
parliamentary group w 'rce still
restless after the experience of
the year before when their
demand for the heads, of two
Ministers failed. That whole


affair was brought into the
open by Mr. Pindling himself
when he challenged Elducation
Minister Cecil Wallace
Whittfeld at the 1964
conventionn at the Balmoral
IlHoel He was forced to back
down in a day or two. mainly
by Deputy Prime Minister
\itihur lanna. Mr. Whitfield
stayed in the Cabinet and so
did the other two.
But one of them Transport
Minister Warren Levarity. did
go in 1969 and Mr. Pindling
appointed in his place D)r.
Doris Johnson who had been
Minister Without Portfolio in
the Senate "?here was an
immediate backbench reaction.
fhe elected Members of
Parliament felt that the
appointment should have been
made from among them and
the\ did not want Dr. Johnson
holding a portfolio in any
event.
At the Small Hope Bay
conclave some of the


backbenchers were to have told
the Prime Minister thai I)Dr.
Johnson had to go or he had to
go ... among other things But
at the airport on the way to
the conference Mr. Pindling
decapitated one of his
Ministers. He went into the
conclave and made his
dramatic announcement while
I flew back to Nassau to clean
out my desk and hand in my
resignation.
Not only did he dangle
before them the Ministry of
Trurismi. one of the most
attractive ministries in the
Govt.rnment, but he also held
out four brand new
parliamentary secretaryships
with increased salaries! The
revolt was defused. The rebels
started to lobby for the new
positions. Mr. Pindling
returned to Nassau still Prime
Minister and Dr. Johnson was
still Minister of Transport.
The moderate forces in the
Cabinet were seriously
weakened by the loss of two
Ministers and the clear
insecurity of two or three
others. The PLP had been
agonizing over a speech made
earlier by the Prime Minister
about Freeport. Now the way
was clear for the
administration to move against
Freeport, an action which
seriously eroded confidence
and contributed largely to the
economic decline from which
the country is still suffering
today.
Such was the PLP conclave
of 1969 at Small Hope Bay. It
accomplished nothing but
widened divisions, deepened
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4 THE TRIBUN - Saturday, August 24, 1974


X-WOID SOLUTI ON


EXPLANATIONS OF MORE
DIFFICULT CLUES
CLUES ACROSS:
1. TAUGHT not caught.
"Are best TAUGHT
young," since if they
"are" only "caught
young," but allowed to
mature before being
TAUGHT, there's no
benefit in having caught
them "young."
4. LOW not lob. A lob, as
it's high, takes some time
to come down, allowing
him considerable time to
make an honest attempt
whereas a fast, well-placed
LOW ball "could give his
opponent no chance."
6. CLASPED not clamped.
CLASPED (i.e. held
firmly but comfortably) is
more apt rather than
clamped (i.e. in a vice-like
grip) as though he were
fearful, which would
make "her," in turn, so.
11. POP not hop. "As they
POP about" makes a
comprehensive answer
whether hopping, flying,
running or whatever.
16. PADS not wads. Not wads
(i.e. bundles) which could,
in themselves, be
uncomfortable against a
shoe, but "small PADS"
(i.e. flat pieces) fitting to
the contours of the
"heels."


17. PRIM not prig. PRIM (i.e.
seemingly well-behaved)
yes, but a prig (defined as:
"person affecting great
propriety to the

annoyance of others") is
rather obnoxious and thus
"A sensitive, old man"
Wouldn't "be amused" at
being regarded as so
unpleasant.
19. CLUTTER not clatter.
The average person
normally realizes and
expects that there must he
a lot of noise "in" such a
busy "kitchen," with the
sounds of the staff
working pius the dumping
of used crockery, etc., by
the waiters all creating an
awful clatter. What seems
amazing, taking into
consideration that et is 'a
laTge, well-r" such an
restaurant," is the
seemingly inefficient
CLUTTER, from which


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that SYLVESTER SMITH of P.O.
Box 2083, Nassau, Bahamas. is applying to the Minister
re ronsible 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 17th 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 MARVIN BASIL of Pinders
Point, 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
'"twlnty-eight days from the 17th day of Augu.t 1974 to
The Minister responsible for Nationality and Cltienship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002, NAssau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MINOCAL JOSEPH of
Pinders Point, 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 with twenty-eight days from the 17th 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 ZALIE JOSEPH of Pinders
Point Grand 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 17th 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 ROSE MARIE JEAN PIERRE
of Dean Street, Nassau, is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 24th day of
August 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box
N-3002, Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that WILLIAM SYMONETTE of
Cox Street, Fox Hill 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 24th day of August 1974 to
The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-30" Nassau




NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that GEOFFREY WILFRED
SIMMONS of Matthewtown, Inagua, 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 signet statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 24th day of
August 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs P. O. Box
N3002, Nassau.


perb',. cooked and
presented meals must still
emerge.
21. CRANK not prank. A
prank is only intended as
fun and even "if thought
stupid" is likely to be
accepted as such,
possibly, at worst, with
some slight annoyance. A
CRANK is a bad-tempered
grouch who, if acting in a
way regarded as "stupid,
will arouse much
hostility."
CLUES DOWN:
2 (RAZED not glazed. The
clue states. "after
examining" the "table
closely" that he "may
well discover this of the
"surface," favoring
GRAZED. By merely
glancing at it casually he
could readily see with his
experienced eye that it "is
glazed."
4. LADY not lads. "When
spoken to by" an adult
(LADY) the "friendly
person" would be more
likely to want to
understand .(and thus he
"peeved" when unable to)
than if addressed by some
lads whose remarks are
likely to be thought to be
frivolous and of no
import.
5. CRESTED not chested.
Since relatively few
"birds" have CRESTs tor
a start, when the field otf
these is narrowed turtiler
by the CREST heing
"red," it "should be easy
to identify." Not so for a
red chested one, since all
birds have chests.
7. GUIDE not guile. It's not
guile tiat could be
expected to save "a
tourist in" a situation ot
the sort imagined here,
since hlie could be set upon


THE BAHAMAS SECRETARIES ASSOCIATION recently initiated six new members
at a dinner meeting held at the Ambassador Beach Hotel. The new initiates from left:
Elva Russell, Jacquelyn Mycklewhyte, Violet Farquharson, Roberta Hepburn, Annette
Rigby and Mae Robbins, are shown holding lighted white candles symbolising the talent
and contribution each new member brings to the Association. The red rose attached to
the candle is the officisi flower of NSA International, of which the Bahamas Secretaries
Association is an affiliate. Guest speaker at the affair was Iris Donaldson, who spoke on
probation.


WEATHER
Tonight and Tomorrow:
Mainly fair, isolated showers
likely
Wind: East southeast to
southeast 8-16 m.p.h.
Sea: Slight
TEMP-
Max: 90 Min: 74
Humidity: 65 per cent
Bar Pres: 30.05 inches
SUN
D; 5,t- .S ,, ) On f., 17


:Iee ):4?s a.m Iet: 6.3.j
and robbed, itf venturing P. i.
into a shady quarter, for
example, a thing which lie MOON
could expect "his Rise: 1.36 p.m. Set: 11.36
G(;UIDI)" to prevent hisp
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animosities and suspicions and
helped to speed the country on
its destructive course.
The kind of leadership
which war needed to reverse
the rot in the PLP was not
there. Mr. Pindling, who had
had the finest opportunities of
any leader in any emerging
territory and the broadest
loyalty and support, had failed
again to rise to the occasion.
He was to fail again and again
as he did the following year
with more conclaves and
unbelievable blunders.
In 1970 he wrote a
self-indictment of his
leadership of the PLP in that
extraordinary document which
he pompously labelled "One
Man's Dream, One Man's
Personal Manifesto on How to
Build a Nation, Safe, Sound
and Strong through Peace,
Understanding and Love"! He
wrote:


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Out to the Family Islands. See what's happen-
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For Bahamasair and the Bahama Out Islands
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Holiday to many of our Family Islands. From
now until October 31st, you'll get 20% off on
your round-trip airfare and 20% off on your
hotel rate. To qualify, you have to be a Baha-
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For airline reservations, phone Bahamasair
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For hotel reservations, phone in Nassau 2-838 2
For brochures on the Family Islands and
specific hotels, stop by one of the Ministry of
Tourism's Information Centres.
There's a Discovery Holiday for all these
Family Islands:
Abaco
Elbow Cay Club, Hope Town
Green Turtle Club, Green Turtle Cay
Guana Harbour Club, Great Guana Cay
Hope Town Harbour Lodge, Hope Town
Lofty Fig Villas, Marsh Harbour
Treasure Cay Beach Hotel & Villas,
Treasure Cay
Andros
Andros Beach Hotel & Villas, Nicholls Town
Bannister Guest House, Mangrove Cay
Las Palmas Hotel, Driggs Hill
San Andros Hotel, San Andros
Small Hope Bay Lodge, Fresh Creek
Bimini
Bimini Big Game Fishing Club, North Bimini
Bimini Islands Yacht Club, South Bimini-


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How can a nice gir save her p fro ashke
that? A NICE GIRL IN ATLANTA
DEAR NICE: Stay loe" d don't worry about what
anybody ys. The kind of people who matter don't listen to
trash. And the other kind don't matter.
Prlems? You'll feel better if ya get It ef fyear het.
For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Dn No. W, L.A..
Callf. M seless stamped, sl-ddre evelep.


By Abigail Van Buren
1im fWr Cum. TrmS.W. v. uWn s,,. em.
DEAR ABBY: My daughter is 28, married and has two
adorable children. She phoned to ask if she could come over
to talk to me about something important. Well, she just
left, and I am a wreck!
She is. having an affair with-of all people-her foot
doctor! (He's married, and nearly twice her age.) My
daughter i very pretty, but she's stupid. She hasahusband
who treats her like a queen. What she wants with this foot
doctor, I'll never know."
I wish she had never confided in me.What did she expect
me to Well her? Now that she's told me, if she leaves her
husband, she can say: "My mother knewall a bout it."
I told her.to get another foot doctor and to quit seeing
this man, but she cried and said: "But, Mother, I love him!"'
What a nutl She needs a head doctor, not a foot doctor. Now
that she's involved me, what should I do? HER MOTHER

DEAR MOTHER: You've done all you can. You've
listened to youear daughter, and given her some sound advice.
The rest is up to her. (Nice man, this philandering foot
(loose) doctor. He gets his patient's feet in shape-the
better to walk out on her husband.)


DEAR ABBY: Every time my husband is near a penl
and a piece of paper, he scribble his name all over it. I
cannot keep a scratch pad near the phone without his
mining it in this manner.
I have had sev diferalifrent onions as to why he don
this. I will believe yours. Can you tell me why a man writes
his name on every piece of paper he sees?
Thank you. T FROM TEXAS
DEAR "T": Moet people, whbo thare Is a pencil and a
acrateb pad handy, wil doodle. It's OftaL
The act that your husband writ Ids name all over the
pad consistently could mea: (a) he has an identity
problem, or (b) he has NO Identity problem.
It's not serious, so quit collecting opinions about a
harmless ttle abit, and lay In n ample supply of scratch
pads. Or use the backs of old envelopes and/or butcher
paper.
DEAR ABBY: I am 13 years old and I am still a virgin.
My problem: Every time a guy tries to get something off
me and I turn him down he starts spreading dirty rumors
about me saying I gave in. I live in a small town where
people like to run their mouths.
How come boys never talk about the girls they get
something off, but they make up lies about the girls who


... IT ALL ADDS UP


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From rage 4
communication with them
that no "couple" is likely
to "remember" him
particularly.
15. NONE not nine. "A
salesman" who "sells" an
"average" of "four cars" a
"week" is a good one, so
good that he. "will,"
surely, "be surprised if"
he doesn't do any business
in one week (i.e. sells
NONE). To get a "weekly
average" of four, he is
likely to have the
occasional good week of,
say, nine which allows


him to have a few
"weeks" of two or three.
18. STIR not star. "A movie
that creates a big STIR,"
yes, since the script,
staging, cast, etc., must
have been well interpreted
from the "book" and he's
likely to have had a hand
in this. "A movie" based
on "a good book," if the
leading role is played well
by a newcomer, will
"create a star" without a
necessarily "imaginative
director," as regards the
acting.


Eleuthera
Arawak Cove Club, Gregory Town
Buccaneer Club, Governor's Harbour
Cape Eleuthera Resort and Yacht Club,
Cape Eleuthera
Current Club, Current
Hatchet Bay Yacht Club, Hatchet Bay
Potlatch Club, Governor's Harbour
Rainbow Inn, Governor's Harbour
Rogue's Cove Club, South Palmetto Point
Sea Raider Cottages, Current
Tranquillity Bay Club, Governor's Harbour

Exuma
Bahama Sound Beach Club, Bahama Sound
Hotel Peace & Plenty, George Town
Marshall's Guest House, George Town
Out Island Inn, George Town
Pieces of Eight, George Town
Pretty Molly Bay Club, Little Exuma

Great Harbour Cay
Great Harbour Club
Sugar Beach Club

Harbour Island
Coral Sands Hotel
Romora Bay Club

Long Island
Stella Maris Inn, Stella Maris

San Salvador
Riding Rock Inn, Cockburn Town
Seq View Villas, Cockburn Town
Spanish lils
Roberts Harbour Club
Spanish Isle Resort


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Oil money

strengthens

US dollar
NEW YORK The U.S.
dollar is being strenghtened by
a big inflow of money from
oil-producing countries,
financial sources say.
At the same time, the British
pound is being weakened by
the prospect of an outflow of
oil money, they add.
Morgan Guaranty Trust
company, a major New York
bank, estimates that Venezuela
and other oil exporting nations
may have increased their dollar
reserve holdings in the United
States by as much as six billion
dollars so far this year. This
would be about 40 per cent of
their net oil income so far this
vear.
The New York Journal of
commerce said Friday these
figures "go a long way to
explaining the strength of the
U.S. Currency." According to
Morgan Guaranty the dollar is
now an average 1.68 percent
higher than it was against most
major currencies after its
second devaluation, in
February last year.
"Until recently much of the
Arab oil money has been
deposited in England," Otto E.
Roethenmund, vice chairman
ot the Foreign Commerce Bank
of Zurich noted Thursday.
However "more and more it
appears that this money is
shifting to the United States,"
the Swiss banker told a
meeting of New York financial
analysts.
"It will of course hurt
England if it loses the deposits,
and this will mean a
considerable weakening of the
pound," he added. This has
already begun to take place in
the last few days, and the Arab
withdrawal of funds from
Europe can cause a great
liquidity crisis there."
The Journal of Commerce
notes that the labour
government's nationalization
programmes, the reduction of
oil payments in sterling and the
prospect of increased flows of
Arab funds to the United
States have contributed to the
sharp decline in sterling in
relation to the dollar recently.
Economic News Agency, a
prominent New York advisory
service, also anticipates a
higher dollar against European
currencies, noting that "foreign
governments are actively
seeking dollars which they
need for their oil payments."


THE PUBLIC TREASURY,

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



NOTICE

The Treasurer has taken court action against a number of persons, whose
Real Property Tax payments are in arrears.

It is hereby notified for general information, that in addition to court acqon,
the Treasurer is also taking action under Section 18(1) of the Real Prolrty
Tax Act 1969, which reads as follows:

Where it appears to the Treasurer that any person -
(a) owes any sum of money to; or
(b) will from time to time owe any sum of money by way of rent, salary,
wages or pension to; or
(c) holds any sum of money to the use of,

any person owing tax under this Act (in this section referred to as "the
taxpayers"), then the Treasurer may by serving a notice in writing
under this section on such first-mentioned person require him to pay to
the Treasurer the whole or any part of any such money in satisfaction
of the taxpayer's debt to the Treasurer.

Taxpayers are thus reminded to bring their accounts up-to'dM, in order to
avoid any inconvenience which may be caused by trst lrWon or
Garnisheeing of Debts.
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Pictured with Charles
Carter (2nd right) during
taping of this week's 'Young
Bahamian Show' are The
Beginning of the End (1-r):
Rudy Pinder, Leroy
Munnings, Frank, Bud
Munnings and Raphael
Munnings. The group is now
performing in two big shows
nightly at the Coyaba Room,
Paradise Island.

Queen of

fashion
THF QUFEN of Goombay
Fashion shows- the Grand
Finale is set for the Pineapple
Place of the Nassau beach
Hotel this Monday.
Following the festive
tradition of former Goombay
windups, this show is expected
to he filled with fun, fashion
and frolic, and, as in former
years, throngs of locals and
tourists are expected to head
west for the affair.
Androsia fashions will once
more be featured, and Mrs.
Rosie Birch, Androsia's
director from Small Hope Bay,
Andros, has indicated that
plans are now finalised for a
special surprise during the show.
"We've worked long and
hard toward the finale," she
said, "and we're certain that
once the people see what we
produce, it will make it all
worthwhile."
The Nassau/Paradise Island
Prom(dtion Board, which has
co-sponsored the Goombay
Fashion Shows with the
Ministry of Tourism all
summer long. is working
closely withth e hotel and
other agencies to ensure that
the finale of the summer
festival befits the fun it has
produced all along.
Music for the occasion will
be.provided by Kenny and the
Beach Boys, with the Trend
Benders modelling the fashions
along with specially "imported
models" from Andros.


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STREET


NOW SHOWING thru
Thursday, "American
Graffitti" matinees at 2.45 and
4.55, evening 9.00. Parental
discretion is advised.
Universal City Studios'
"American Graffitti" highlights
the 1962 period of transition
for four high school buddies in
a .small town in Northern
California.
The boys congregate at their
local hangout, a hamburger
specialising restaurant along
with their girls. The movie
focuses on their last night
together as they are about to
become separated in order to
continue higher academic
studies.
Of the group, Ronny
Howard plays 18-ye~r-old
Steve Bolander, who becomes
synonomous with an elegant
'58 Chevy Impala; Charles
Martin Smith plays Terry
Fields who is a year younger
than Steve and manouevers a
less impressive Vespa scooter.
Richard Dreyfuss portrays
Curt Henderson, the
intellectual member of the
gang who is also 18 and drives
an old Citroen and Paul Le Mat
is Big John Milner, 22, and the
local drag champion,
something of a ladies' man and
the envy of the others.
The story is one of making
out, fast races, cruising, going
steady and playing it cool and
also separation.
Starts Friday, "The Neptune
Factor" matinees at 3.00 and
4.55, evening 9.00


WULFF
ROAD


NOW SHOWING thru
Tuesday, "Born Losers" plus
"Mafia" matinee continuous
from 1.15, evening 8.30.
Sunday showings continuous
from 4.30. Parental discretion
is advised.
Starts Wedhesday, "Uptown
Saturday Night" plus
"Cleopatra Jones" matinee
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MUST SELL: Corner Lot
Seabreee, Section 1 100 x
100 ft. $7,000 or nearest offer.
Telephone 2-4350 or 3.5238
after 6.

C164O6
3 Bedroom I Bathroom
unfurnished house, recently
renovated, in Pelmdale vicinity.
$27,000. Phone 2-8293,
34527.

C17252
BUY A LOT
IN SAN A1IDROS
ALMOST f1/3 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

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

C16483
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
on East Bay St. price upon
inquiry. Ideal for lovers of the
Sea. Good swimming. Need no
pool.
CORNER LOT SEAtREEZE
100 x 100, only $6.000.0
DIAL 22033, 22307, evenings
41197.


C16118
PRIVATE BEACH AND
LAKE. Specious lots, 70 x
100. $75 DEPOSIT. NO
INTEREST CHARGES,
Salesman on duty
YAMACRAW BEACH
ESTATES. Model House every
Saturday and Sunday, 12 to 6.
Tel: 4-1141 any day r nishl.
or 24148. MORLEVY &
O'BRIEN REAL ESTATE
(BREA BROKERS).

C16155
FOR SALE
OFF VILLAGE ROAD
INCOME PRODUCING
PROPERTY
4 bedroom 3 bath furnished
home along with TWO
APARTMENTS On lot 110 x
200 with lots of extras. Ideal as
dwelling for company
executives. Phone 31403.


C 17280
LAST CHANCE
DON'T MISS OUT
-Only a low choice Lots left in
Golden Gates 11 Subdivision
whero Nassau's newest
Shopping Cenie is now under
construction. Call or come by
today $4,800 "- low as $200
down .and $97.42 per month.
GROSHAM PROPERTY.
LIMITED
107 Shirley Street
at Sassoon House
Phone 2-7662 or 2-8966.

C17291
LOT of land in Blair
Subdivision 60x120 Cash
$5,500. Terms $6,000. Call
23735.

C 17285
A tract of elevated land on
Cow Pen Road just off
Carmlchael Road containing
thirteen and one half acres
fully planted with bearing trees
also has freih water. For price
apply tot
McPHERSON AND BROWN
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
or Sir Roland Symonette


C17287
SEA BREEZE VICINITY. Lots
50 x 260. $4000 cash or terms
$300 down and balance
financed at $103.03 month.
ALSO, lots 70 a 550 $6500.
$400 down. Balance financed
at $151 JO month. Tel: 4-1141
any day or night or 2-3027.
MORLEY & O'BRIEN
REAL ESTATE LTD.



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



Cle4a
3 BEDROOM 2 bath house.
unfurnished. SevenI MIts Estate
Call 1-2731.

Cl 7253
2 BEDROOM 1 bath
wunfulmihed aprtmenl in
Centreville. $185 per month.
Telephone 64963.


C16414
CHARMING house, nicely
furnished 2 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms Cable Beach.
pool, and sea, airconditinned.
Phone 7-7530.

C16448
ONE unfurnished and one
furnished 2 bedroom
apartment, located Prison
Lane, Ft. Fincastle. Call
S-25695.

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

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


COTTAGES And
APARTMENTS monthly
aircenditloned, fully furnished,
d service available. Lovly
ardbn" and swimming pool.
Telqphon.31297, 31093.

C16499
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 V 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,
u ndas Court, Pyfrom's
Addition, Master T.V. antenna
and laundry room facilities
enclosed parking area. For
information call 3-4953 or
5-4258.

C 16496
* Semi Efficiency apartment,
Air-conditioned, furnished,
utilitiW Included.
t 1.Bedroom furnished
fk r rtmewt, air-conditioned
utilities included.
* 2.Bedroom furnished
apartment, air-conditioned
utilities included.
* 2-Bedroom furnished duplex
apartment, Stapledon Gardens.
* 2-Bedroom 1-Bath furnished
house in *Palmdale with
air-conditioning wall to wall
carpeting throughout. Phone
2.7662 or 2-8966.


C16418
THREE bedroom upstairs
apartment a few minutes to
down town, and just a minute's
walk to Palmdale Shopping
Centre. Located on Mount
Royal Avenue just south of
Madeira Street, Shirley
Heights. For further
information phone 21338.

C17263
TASTEFULLY furnished very
spacious one bedroom
apartment, Nice quiet area,
near schools ideal for
teachers. Air conditioned,
telephone, master antenna,
washing facilities etc. No
children or pets, two references
required. Rents $250 per
month including water. Phone
21030 office hours or 42787
after 5 p.m.

C07281
ONE bedroom furnished
apartment, Shtirley Slope.
$250. Call 3-1671/2 9 a.m. 5
p.m.; after 5 p.m. 5-2261.


C 17289
FURNISHED Room (Private
home) within walking, distance
to Bridge. Working girl
preferred. Call Mr. Smith
2-8787.

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CI6485
CARPETING IS A SENSIBLE
LUXURY
It's the CHEAPEST
FLOORING FOR NEW
HOMES

It's EASY TO CLEAN.
SOFT TO TOUCH ...
NICE TO LOOK AT.
AND IT COSTS AS LITTLE
AS $6 PER SQUARE YARD,
CASH

AT CENTRAL FURNITURE
ON BAY STREET AND
WULFF ROAD.
VISIT CENTRAL
FURNITURE TODAY FOR
SENSIBLE LUXURY. I

Bay Street, Phone: 24122,
open 8:46 5 p.m. Monday to
rrdaey845 5 p.m. Saturday.
WuIff Roaa, Phone: 59600,
OAn 10 am. 6 p-m.
Monday, Taursday ahd
Seturddy. 10 a.m. 1:30 p.m.
Friday.


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

C17278
6 month old, 4 octave, EKO
organ. Equipped with rhythm
box. Asking $875. Call
Roberta 77910.

C17283
RESTAURANT Equipment
Including large fridge, hot
table, stove hood, exhaust fans,
etc. Cheap. Call Mr. Smith
2-8787.

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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 prjce $6,900. First
come ... first served. Phone
5-7541/9, ext. 2.
C 17282
ABC MOTORS
END-OF-SEASON SALE
OF USED CARS

1974 MERCURY MARQUIS
4-Door hardtop. A.T., air
cond., radio, stereo, power
steering, power windows. A
practically new, luxurious car.
$8500.00

1973 VAUXHALL FIRENZA
2-Door, A.T. $3300.00

1973 ESCORT 2-Door Sedan.


A.T. Very low
$3200.00


mileage


1973 CHEVROLET NOVA
4-Door Sedan. A.T., power
steer., radio, air cond..
$4400.00

1973 FORD GRAN TORINO
2-Door. A.T., power steer.,
radio, air cond. $4200.00

1972 FORD TORINO 4-Door
Sendan. A.T., radio, power
steer, air cond. Like new.
$4200.00

1972 AUSTIN MAXI 4-Door
Sedan. S.T. $2400.00
1972 Chevrolet Impala 4-Door
Hardtop. A.T.. radio, air cond.,
power steer. $3200.00

1971 FORD CUSTOM 4-Door
Sedan. A.T., radio, power
steer. air cond. $2300.00

1971 DODGE AVENGER
4-Door Sedan. S.T. $1350.00

1971 MORRIS 1100 4-Door
Sedan. S.T. $1300.00


1971 FORD ESCORT 2-Door.
S.T. $1000.00

1971 FORD CAPRI 2-Door,
S.T. $1200.00


1971 HILLMAN HUNTER
4-Door. A.T. $1500.00

1971 FORD MUSTANG
2-Door Fastback, A.T., radio,
power steer. $2600.00

1971 PONTIAC LEMANS
2-Door. A.T.. radin air cond.
$3000.00


1970 FORD LTD
Hardtop. A.T., air
$2450.00


4-Door
cond.


1970 HILLMAN MINX 4-Door
Sedan. S.T. $1000.00


1969 DODGE CORONET
4-Door. A.T., radio, air cond.
$1000.00
1969 PLYMOUTH
BELVEDERE 4-Door. A.T.,
radio $1200.00

1967 FORD FAIRLANE
4-Door. S.T. Very good
condition. $1050.00

CASH BARGAINS

1971 FORD CAPRI 2-Door.
A.T. $600.00
1970J VAUXHALL VICTOR
S/Wagon 4-Door $550.00

1968 FORD ESCORT 2-Door.
S.T. $650.00

1969 FORD CORTINA 4-Door
Sedan $450.00


1969 FIAT S/Wagon. S.T.
$250.00

199 FORD CORTINA 4-Door
Sedan $250.00

1969 CHEVY 8-Passenger Bus
$450.00
ABC MOTORS
Phone 2-1031
Collins Avd.
open MONDAY to FRIDAY
8a.m. to 6 p.m.
SATURDAY. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.


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


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

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

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

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

C17273
1973 22 ft. Mako, twin 85
h.p., tack meters, hour meters,
tem. gauges, amp. meter, depth
finder. $9,500. Can be seen at
Bayshore Dock E30. Phone
2-4100.

C 16369
The Baharnas Transport,
Agricultural, Distributive, &
Allied Workers Trade Union
will hold its Annual General
Meeting 10th September,
1974, at the House of Labour,
Wulff Road, at 7:30 p.m. At
this meeting an election of
officers will take place. All
financial members are asked to
be present.
Signed,
MAXWELL N. TAYLOR
General Secretary

C17288
YACHTS AND BOATS LTD.

CHRIS-CRAFT
CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS

AVON INFLATABLES

SEAGULL OUTBOARDS

27 foot Concorde Flybridge
sport fisherman. An
exceptional boat that is in
perfect condition.
28 foot Thunderbird with
Flybridge. Twin- 215 H.P.
Mercruisers in/outboard. A
strong fast boat at a bargain
$10,500.00.

22 foot Sloop with all sails.
Holland built, she is stiff and
fast under sail. A bargain at
$1800.00


AT THE MARINE STORE

A new stock of automatic fire
extinguishers for in/out boats.
More skiis all types, Peter
Storm Buflex foul weather
gear. These should be seen. We
look for you.


AT THE DIVE SHOP


Finally, for the divers who are
going places -- full foot cressic
competition fins and Dacors
new Turbo II Rocket fin.
Pro-type masks, the fabulous
U.S. Divers wraparound and
Dacors new super vision, low
volume, silicone mask. More
pro-diver teams the Dacor B.C.
vest, the Helium depth gauge,
the wraparound snorkel
amongst our hundreds of
quality goods for the serious
diver. Come in and browse
while the large summer
selection lasts. At Nassau's
most complete dive shop, the
shop with the Dive Flag
Awning.

P. O. Box N-1658
Telephone 24869.

C16122
MOVING?

For expert Packing and
Forwarding by Sea or
Air. Contact E. H.
MUNDY f& Co.
(NASSAU) LTD. P. 0
Box N1893, Nassau,
Phone 2411 I


APPROVED SENGER
RIGHTS


C16139
PACEMAKER 44 ft.
Luxurious Cruising Yacht.
Phone 32371.

C17272
SUPER clean 24' 1973
Seabird. One of the classiest
and sportiest boats in Nassau.
You must have a look!
Telephone 77993 Mr. Davis.

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


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.
C16468
KIDDIESKOOL
NURSERY SCHOOL
Finest Pre-School Education
Half Day and Full Day
Reasonable Rates
Two Locations Collins
Avenue, Village Road.
Telephone 3-1595 Days and
Evenings.
C16107
WOLSEY HALL
THE OXFORD CORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE
Whatever the qualification you want -
O.C.E. *0' and *A levels, a London
University Degree. Professional Ex-
aminations or Business Studies Wolsey
Hall founded in I 194 gives you:
A guarantee of tuition until you pass
)your eaminationat no extra cost.
An outstanding record of success. For
example 87', of Wolsey Hall students
sitting for B.A. honours degrees have
passed in the last 7 years.
Over 75 years ofexperience'resulting in
the most efficient modern methods of
postal teaching by airmail if required.
Personal tuition to meet your precise
requirements.
Low feespayable by instalments.
tf you want to know how to
prepare for a successful future
J wrie for a Frete prospectus to:
16 Dept. V.E.I.


ALARMISECURIfTY
Ltowe'a Alarm Services I'h. 3-2042
ANTENNAS
Island TV 1l,. 2-261a
AUTOMOTIVE
Michael Atto
y Repairs I'Ph. 32544
Lusas Iktl ler i
Ilay Strvt (.aragsc I'h. 2-2434
rrianit't;,sae, ,p.irs
SIk-N Action Station I'h. 5-2000
Walfs.a Atto ia'urts
& Accessories
Marathon Road I'll. 5-'650
BOOKSTORE
Tlw Christias Iun mik
Shop I'll. -5744

BUSINESS FORMS
I secutive"
I'rmistes I'll. 2-4267/5-4011
KITCHEII CABINETS
(.'omnamoirallh
I furniture 11. 3-1120
CAMERAS
Jhhn Hull I'lh. 2-4252/3
CAR RENTAL
Wallace l.l-)rive ISt (trs
Mraliton Road I'll. S .9650/4-2765S
DOWNTOWN PARKING
Mnshlv Hail SIS
I'l.l. 2-4727d;ius) 7-7387(,nie)

ENTERTAINMENT
`tiH> Visual & Moavies
'ilma Iqui0. Service PIh. 2-J157

FLORISTS


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M.


C 17259
SHIRLEA NURSERY SCHOOL
& DAY CARE CENTRE

Lancaster St., Eastern end.
Quality Teaching
Ages 2 months 5 years
Reasonable Rates
Full or 1 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.


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


C16121
TRAVELLING?
For efficient friendly
advice on Worldwide
DestinatLons by Airline or
Steamships. Contact
MUNDY TOURS at
24512.



APPROVED CARGU


C16120
FOR SALE
$864.60
16 Days in Europe
Luxembourg --- Switzerland -
Austria Italy Lichenstein
- Monaco France
INCLUDES:
" Round trip air fare
" First class hotels with private
bath.
e Land transportation by
deluxe air conditioned
motorcoach with tour director.
e Complete sightseeing Tours
in each city.
e Continental breakfast
throughout, and most dinners
with win.
* All tips and taxes (except
airport taxes).
e Plus other special features.
For further information
contact-
R. H. CURRY Co. LTD. Phone
28681-7 Bay and Charlotte
Streets.

P MLIC AICTBN i
C17270
HARRY 0. MALONE will sell
at the Southern Police Station,
Market Street on Tuesday
August 27th 1974 at 10 a.m.
BICYCLES AND MOTOR
SCOOTERS AND OTHER
FOUND PROPERTY.
HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer


C17257
ALL owners of abandoned
vehicles left on the premises of
Taxico Limited, Wulff Road,
must be removed by
September 2, 1974.
THE DIRECTORS.
C17274
IF YOU would like your
property *o be listed for sate or
rent in the next Real Estate
Bulletin, contact Bill Sands of
Bill's Real Estate, telephone
23921, P. 0. Box 5449 ES,
Nassau.

I AUNCEMENTS
C17262
PROFESSIONAL man
available to caretake house and
pets from mid September.
References available. Phone
77648.

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


C17290
$500 REWARD
Moroccan Leather Duffle Bag
with jewelry, cameras and
passports Disappeared
moving from Villa 294 to Villa
267. Lowes Paradise Hotel
Contents must be intact.
Contact E. D. SASSOON
BUILDING, P. O. Box N-3045
Nassau, Telephone 24643.


S IN MEMORIAL
C172St.
~..


In loving memory of our dear
husband and father GERARD
LEWIS LOWE, who departed
this life August 24th 1973.
We hope to meet some day.
Left to mourn: his wife, two
daughters, five sons and one
grandson.


TO the honoured memory of
our beloved mother, LaGloria
Knowles, who departed this
life a year ago.
We love you mom but God
loved you best.
O Lord that wilt not let me go,
I rest my weary soul in Thea:
I give Thee hack the life I owe,
That in Thine ocean depths its
flow
May richer, fuller be
Sadly missed by her seven
children, mother anid lther
relatives. .


C16497
HURRY, HURRY
HURRY
Get supplies
while stock last
JUST ARRIVED F
ENGLAND


FROM


Lecithin Capsule.
Kelp Tablets
Garlic Capsules
Wheat Germ Oil Capsules. Std.
Acerola Cherry C. Tablets
Deulccated Liver Tablets
Doolmite Magnesium Tablets
High Potency B-Complex
Capsules
Garlic & Parsley Capsules
Junior Formula Tablets
PREVENTION September
1974 Issue.
Phone 54506.



C16494
WANTED 2 Bahamian
gardeners. $60 per week. Tel.
74187 ask for Mr. I. Sawyer.

C17258
NIGHT WATCHMAN. Must
have previous experience and
recommendation. Apply:
Manager, Seafloor Aquarium
telephone 34896.

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

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 years
required as male management
trainee. Two years businee
experience preferred. A
applications in ow
handwriting to Adv. C16391
c/o The Tribune, P. 0. Bo
N-3207, Nassau.

C17254
APPLICATIONS are bein
sought immediately for
qualified teacher to teac
children ages eight through
eleven years in a small school
at Treasure Cay, Abaco. ApphI
in writing enclosing resume o
qualifications and experience
to:
S SCHOOLTEACHER
c/o P.O. Box N.3229
Nassau, N.e., BAHAMAS.

I C17256
COMPANY operating sever
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.

C16461


JUNIOR AND EXECUTIVE
SECRETARIES We are looking
for Junior and Executive
Secretaries to work for a go-
ahead publishing company.
Experienced persons please
apply DUPUCH
PUBLICATIONS 3-5666
between 9.30 and 5.

C17266
1 Auto-Electric Mechanic
1 Auto-Transmission Mechanic
1 Handyman Cleaner
2 Auto Mechanics General
For Immediate employment.
Mechanics must have a
minimum of 6 years in trade as
well as recommendations and
clean driver's licence.
Apply in person to Service
Manager, Mr. K. Campbl#,
Nassau Motor Company Ltd.

C17265
1 MASTER MECHANIC
capable of carrying out all
phases of repairs to British and
American automobiles without
supervision. Also, capable of
training apprentice. Must. have
references, clean driver's licence
and complete set of tools.
Apply In person to Service
Manager, Mr. K. Carpbel,.
Nasu Motor Company Ltd.

A ESILt V A TtI0NI
MANA' MR/i tAUiREiW
SNasau IlCu
5 M -e ..td~b m


HUHICANE AWNINGS
John S. (;eorge IPh. 2-8421/6

LAUNDRY&DRY CLEANING
New Oriental L.tundry Ih. 2-4403

MEI'S WEAR
I ashitmelte Ltd. Ph. 2-2376/7

OPICIAN&S
Opsical Services Ltd. I'h. 2.3910/1


Cmnmercil I'aperliusw tPh. S.-9731
PRINTING
Womt'si Printing Ph. 5.4506
I tsuotiivc
Irnllerl. Il'h. 2-4267/15-401 I

RUBBER STAMPS
WinII Ki Ruhhsr Sla(t.ns I'll. s-4506
The Trihutine Ih. s 2-196

SPORTS GOODS
Chaminpion SpIIrs L.at.d I'h. 2-1862
TRAVEL
Pkytours 141. 2-2931/7
It. I.Ctry C. I's. 2-8681 /7

TRUCKING
Jolns.n s
Truckingi & Landscjaw I 'h. 5.9574
Conch salad Trucking
Box 5654 Ill. 2-4726/3-1562 ..

l.-TV REPAIRS
C'hann*' **Itctrnict.s HLd.th. 3-S478


aid I hirsl I'h. 2-2702/..5419 TYPEWRITER REPAIR

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CLASSIFIED The Tri.h Comw h

HELP WANTED TRADE SERVICES HELP WMTED HELP WANTED
C17277 C17292 C15465 C15466
WANTED IMMEDIATELY NOW OPEN SHIFT ENGINEER
Handyman for weeding DOG GROOMING SALON CONTRACT ADMINISTRA- Applicant is directly in charge
property. $45,000 per week. by TOR/LAND DEVELOP- of an operating crew and |_ S._ u l10
Telephone 35496. DOREEN BUTLER HICKS MENTT. responsible for operation of all MTT U TAE OVER ISAI MA S tTEAK
at Pr in.. ss Properties equipment related to the LAVMA I A I E R. RTRAC BOSS
C17268 Warwick Street, Shirlea International Limited, Bahamia production of electric power.
LAND12 Warwick Street, Shirlea Division has an immediate Individual must be fully con I CrrrA C4,
LAND SURVEYOR -Phone 5-2195. 6STRAI6HTI OU6N,
minimum 5 years experience, opening for the position of versant with power plant OA BACK FOLLO4 1THE
familiar with engineering C16112 CONTRACT ADMINISTRA- equipment and it is essential JRVE JARS !
cadastral and topographic SEWING MACHINE PARTS TOR with the following that previous training and
surveys. Only Bahamians need AND REPAIRS necessary requirements: experience include working as |AND D R 3A
apply. Write P. 0. Box N492 ISLAND FURNITURE Knowledge of procedures, equipment operator and
for interview. COMPANY processing and collection of control room operator in a
C17271 P. 0. Box N4818, Nassau sales contracts; refinancing high pressure power plant for .
SC17271 Dowdeswell and Christi methods; lot pricing; several years, or on steamships
TWO (2) Airconditioning u rStreets conveyance procedures. The of comparable operating
Service Mechanics required Streets applicant will also co-ordinate conditions. Individual reports
with at least five (5) years Telephone 21197, 23152. sales material and acquisition directly to Superintendent or -.
experience on Central Systems. of supplies; investigate and Assistant Superintendent.
Mr.Apply to:- Mr. Kennedy or C. W. BILL) PEMBERTON handle problem areas; and act ....
GEMr. Jones at JOHN LTD. for as liaison between local and WORKING FOREMAN
PALMDAGEORGE & CO., LTD. INSURANCE foreign attorneys, property ELECTRIC TRANSMISSION 'T NO A D WH
PALMDALfe, Fire, Hurricane, Motor, owners and corporate affiliated & DISTRIBUTION -- i fe YOU CAN IN
17284 etc, companies. Applicants should Minumum five years OL BARN RAILROAD THROUGi M
Telephone 52539 have 2-3 years experience in experience as journeyman/line- Is INL E
ACCOUNTANT Malton House contract administration. Salary man with ability to supervise
for Bay Street store with P. 0O. Box N1014 will be based on qualifications men in line construction and WAY!
experience in retail accounting Collins Avenue and experience, maintenance. Requires ability
or equivalent. Applicant must Please mail resume and history to understand blueprints, \
submit qualifications. This a C1S133 of salary in full confidence to knowledge of Wye and Delta -.
great opportunity for the FOR YOUR BUILDING' the above company. Post Transformer connections and
qualified person. Write: Adv. NEEDS AND CRANE HIRE ... Office Box F-684, Freeport, proper use of voltmeters and
C17284, c/o The Tribune, P. see:- Grand Bahama Island. ammeters. Must be willing to ,
O. Box N-3207 Nassau S L A N D B U I L D E R S work with instructor in aerial
0. Box N-3207, Nasau MITED bucket handling with rubber
Bahamas. C15473 gloves live circuits to 12,470
P. 0. Box 6285 ES RESIDENT ENGINEER: To vnit,. Driver's licence required.
C15476 Phone 3-1671 3-1672 be responsible for the correct
JOB TITLE: GENERAL operation and maintenance of TECHNICIAN ELECTRIC --
REPAIRMAN LEADERS (2) C16134 electrical machinery and plant POWER Must be able to
MINIMUM EDUCATION: BACKHOE FOR HIRE ,nd the maintenance of the prepare single line, schematic VF
Good basic education Need septic tank or trenching internal and external structure. and wiring diagrams, make I GOT A HEN WE GOTO RDERSJ YE,19
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: done Machinery and plant includes initial designs and cost SETTIN' ON TO RUN STRAIGHT US ONE
5-10 years. Good cement plant Call boilers, air-conditioning, estimates for transmission and GGS IN T$ERE! T+R GH6 GOOOREASON
mechanical background. CA R L G. T R E C0 refrigeration, sewage plant, distribution. Must make GS IN TH OD EA N
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: CONTRACTORS LTD., kitchen, laundry and diesel preliminary designs for 4Y-. WE
Direct and work in inspecting 2-4996 or 5-8725 engines, overhead and underground
and adjusting and maintaining C16127 FOOD & BEVERAGE distribution staiidnrds Must be an
all mechanical equipment in a MASTER TECHNICIANS LTD CO-ORDINATOR: Purchasing abfile to maintairdsn pubicationnd
major producing unit or Mackey Street and control, including cost and technical literature. Must io *
assigned area in a cement YOUR WHIRLPOOL comparison n, q quality know recording meter function
plant. DISTRIBUTORS OFFER: comparison, yield test, sales computation of demand cto \
INTERESTED APPLICANT Refrigerators, Washers, Dryers. control including menu billing.
CONTACT: Personnel Compactors, Freezers, Ice analysis, issue comparisons, Apply to: Personnel De-
Department, Bahama Cement Makers, Air Conditioners and banquet analysis, banquet apartment, Freeport Com-
Company, P. 0. Box F-100, Garbage Disposers. With full precosting. Beverage control mercial & Industrial Limited,
Freeport, Grand Bahama. warranty on every home including full food/beverage P. 0. Box F-2666 or 30C
appliance we sell. inventory, reconciliation of Kopling Building, Freeport,
Cl17267 Service done by factory trained this inventory, food cost Grand Bahama. e o-
A D M I N I S T R A T I V E mechanics. Telephone 23713, percentages, bar analysis and Ga Bhm
ASSISTANT (Official Platform 59322. separate bar percentages. C15464 i I
Assistant) with minimum three Training of all personnel in all POWERHOUSE FOREMAN:
years experience, high school C16473 positions. Be in charge of Powerhouse,
diploma, shorthand 100 wpm, CAN'T AFFORD A supervise staff and help to 5
typing 80 wpm, responsible for FULL-TIME TYPIST? ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE repair broken engines. 8-12
personnel records, testing and Reliable typist available in CLERK: One must have years experience in diesel
payroll, fundamental spare-time. Reasonable rates, worked as a front office cashier engines. Has to be sober (it's a
.knowledge in granting loans Write: Adv. C16473, c/o The in hotel for at least two years must), reliable and willing to
and ability to analyse financial Tribune, P. 0. Box N3207, Must be completely familiar when
data. Ability to work without Nassau, Bahamas. with front of the house work odd record, health
supervision. Must be nd b i 3300 operator. Also certificate and letters of
to deal with the public yb're wrong. You e ust be familiar with travel LAUNDRY MANAGER: .
Bahamians only need apply at thi ro n vu agents, convention master Manae laundry and dry cwri 4
First National City Bank. East reading this aren't you accounts and credit cards cleaning department and &lAw, S d"o affiA-25 4g'---
Mall, P. 0. Box F-2681, Call 22768 nfo on on r account/receivables. supervise all staff. 5-8 years I J
Freeport. Grand Bahama. information on small Mi For all of the above please supervise all staff. 5-8 years
Freeporttarg display ads. apply to the Personnel Ofice, experience in dry cleaning and
Holiday Inn of Lucayan Beach laundry. Must be reliable and
Holiday Inn of Lucayan Beach' able to work odd hours if
RA N B A H A M AP 0. Box F-760, U UFreeport, necessary. Police record, health '
RAGrDaBAHAMA Ph0. Boxi
NGrand Bahama, Bahamas. certificate and letters of
_E Reference required.
I A S IFIED Interested persons apply: THE MUD-
C15477 GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL, \ SKIPPER
cSF DIRECTOR of large food and BAHAMA, Personnel Office ONLY SKIP
I-- -beverage operation. The man between the hours of 9:00 a.m. 1| jI.OI
REAL ESTATE j HELP WANTED selected for this post will and 3:00 p.m., Monday ABOIT L
__________1require to have the through Friday. Mailing A U
C15456 C15468 qualifications, abilities and Address: 324 Datura St., Suite _..__ON THEi_ .
EXUMA ACREAGE experience to take complete 211, West Palm Beach, Fla. 6ROUND,
One acre land near The Forest, Live-in MAID to care for small control of the operations and 33401. Elon Martin, Jr., -.UT ,AN
Great Exuma Excellent for children $3000 per week. will be held solely responsible Personnel Director. w IL I
farming $2,500.00 Write P R ox F- 2784, for the Companies, in the C 15470 .Ar -I TREES AT
Contact: Brown, P. 0. Box Freeportn Grand Bahama Directors absence. an5470NH
Fa2480, Freeport Grand B F o G m Qualifications required: HOTEL ADMINISTRATION ft WELL
BahamahFrepo352 G305. C 7MANAGER required, Female.
Bahama.Phone: 352-7305. C15475 Education minimum of 4 'O' Must be able to work on own

have minimBOm 7 years or the equivalent Supervise staff. corre-
CI6137 experience as Customs Bioker Professional to the spondence, payroll,bookkeeping
SHAWNFE and Expeditor fog large equivalent of national diploma a/c payable, a/c receivable.
Palm Bedch ard West End Foi with Standard Intelnational Specialised training in public will be required to liaison with E TD-MRO Tr& 5
reservations call The Grand Trade Classification (SITC) house, food and beverage the promotion offices in LIVES A FISH WITH
tariffs and local Customs service, management and Germany and New Jersey. 4 ASTONISHIN6 HABITS
Bahma tHote.(E.... ill.n, to I ... control. Basic bookkeeping and Must be able to converse and


reuger atons; winig t eat A
SIIELP WANTED Brussels Nomenclature; able to accountancy. Personnel have a working knowledge of A
manage staff; prepared to work administration and control. German to assist the German .-
shifts and weekends; own car. Installation and operation of groups that arrive weekly. 3-5
C15461 OFFICE MAID Honest and pressurised draught beer. years in similar administrative
RESIDENI MANAGER FOR with highest character position. Due to location own
LAND DE VELOPMENT references; many years Apply to: BASS (BAHAMAS) transport ain souse Hotel, P.
COMPANY Seeks male experience in cleaning large LTD., P. 0. Box F-331, Apply to Blair House Hote, P.
individual with m minim of office; outside normal office Freeport. Grand Bahama. 0. Bo3x F-1656, Freeport.
ten years experience in land hours. (373-3311).
use planning, developing, sales BOOKKEEPER Many years
promotion, public relations e x perience maintaining
and maintenance experience, accounts receivable; .
Educational requirements: preparation of monthly ""
College level, Bachelor's degree statements; monthly ledgei
in Business Administration balancing; daily banking,
and/or Engineering. Must be general knowledge of travel
insurable to handle money, agency business essential; more
BAHAMAS DEVELOPERS specialised knowledge of airline
LIMITED, P 0. Box F-160, ticketing and reporting is a .
Freeport, Bahamas,. Bahamians considerable asset. THE MUPSKPPER
only need aoolv Apply in writing ONLY to E. .. LMWO MOR LKE A
C15472 H. Mundy & Co. (Bahamas) HALF-DEVELOPEO FRO IN AOUT ON THE
(1) One Labourer required. Ltd., P. O Box F2492. HAN A F S PEOR MANGROVE FLATS, THIS TFR9ET-
Please apply in person to. Freeport, Grand Bahama. THAN A FICE SPENDS MUANI
Sanitation Services, West End. MOST OF ITS TIME EYEN CREATURE IS GUIC
Grand Bahama. C15476 OU OF WAT TO T
C15471 JOB TITLE: GENERAL
Grand Bahama Telephone REPAIRMAN LEADFRS (2)
Company, Ltd., has an
immediate opening for a MINIMUM EDUCATION 0
JUNIOR ENGINEE R Good basic education
Applicant must have drafting MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 0P W
ability and experience and the 5-10 years. Good cement plant
ability to work with figures mechanical background. THE -R- OIISISMN
Duties will include DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: -: BREATH R. r IN WATER
responsibility for drawing up Direct and work in inspecting, gIATHO .
job orders and repair jobs; repairing, replacing, installing IN THROUH
Calculating costs on. routine and adjusting and maintaining ITS 41t.1.
type job orders and other all mechanical equipment in a I
requirements as may be major producing unit or
necessary under the general assigned area in a cement
direction of the Plant Engineer. plane.
Apply: Personnel Department, plant.
Grand Bahama Telephone INTERESTED APPLICANT *
Company, Ltd., 2C Kipling CONTACT: Personnel .-I
Building, P. Bo F-2478 Department, Bahama Cement
Freeport. Telephone: (809) Company, P. 0. Box F-100, a'._m-
352-9352. Freeport, Grand Bahama.

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THE TRIBUNE -... Saturday, August 24,1974

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"Goodness, I hope he was the ONLY client you advised
to invest in THAT stock."


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11
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CARROLL RIGHTER'S


S from the Carrell Rihter Inastitute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: Yesterday's
beneficial aspects remain in effect early in the
morning, so whatever is vital to today's progress should be
concluded at that time. Later only the bare essentials in
matters of importance can be accomplished.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) If you think you are being
taken advantage of in some monetary affair, you had better
look into it now. Mate can be very demanding.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You are not certain what an
associate wants of you, so find out and then you can proceed
in a proper fashion. Think and act logically.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Don't run off to some new
appeal when there is work to be done that is important. Make
sure your health is considerably improved.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You can get your
talents working well, although it may seem difficult at first.
Engage in inexpensive hobby. Be persevering.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Don't criticize kin and add to the
disharmony that already exists at home. Make improvements
at home and give it a streamlined look.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Much care in motion is
essential now since conditions are risky. Put more money in
your pocket instead of taking it out. Be wise.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Take no risks where property
and money matters are concerned or you could lose a great
deal. Do something nice for a good friend.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Handle personal affairs early
since later there is likely to be some confusion. Friends have
own problems so don't rely on them today.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) This is not a good day
to take any risks. Try to assist those who are in trouble. Relax
tonight and take time for meditation.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) It's all right to be social,
but don't be too demanding with good friends or they become
resentful. Listen to advice of expert.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Others are apt to criticize
too much now, so keep above that and show your life is above
reproach. Make important payments.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Don't run off to new places
because you are discontent where you are, but see what you
can do to improve your surroundings.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be
able to accomplish a great deal because of the ability to profit
from studies. The education should be directed along civic and
investigating lines. There's much ability here to take over
shaky businesses and make them profitable. Teach to handle
money wisely early in life.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel" What you make of
your life is largely uP to YOU!





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CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS 28. Norse story
29. Thailand
1. Millinery 31. Spigot
5. Silent 33. Auricle
president 34. Photographic
1. Gossip paper
I. Landed 36. Peacock
1. Kimono sash butterflies
3. Kind of coffee 38. New
1. Hercules'slave 43. French
i. Book of the impressionist SC
Bible 45. Hebrew month
1. Recall 46. Nigerian native
). English river 47. Timetable
). Mannerism abbreviation
i. Rainbow 48. Master
i. One in Germany 49. Coagulate


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White mates in four moves,
against any defence. This puzzle
was composed by I. C. Shumov
to illustrate the game between
Olga and Lensky in Pushkin's
Eugene Onegin. In an artist's
depiction at the opera setting
Lensky gazes at Olga with a
mixture of (a) loving affection
(b) hope that the lady will fall
for t trap 1 P-KR3??-daw
by stalemate.
Can you find Olga's mate in
four?
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amb 3. Altercation
4. Kiloliter
DOWN 5. Vanity
owning glory 6. Adjoin
ing 7. Restrict
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9. Behavior
10. Cow genus
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18. Hatchet
K 21. Cretan BRI R
S mountain BRING R
I IT 22. Oriental lute
23. Quadruped
24. Meadow barley
25. Statehouse
r 27. Artlessness
30. Short skirt TO Pt
32. Blue grass
11i 35. Goose genus YO R
37. Threadbare
39. Bones
40. Favorite TELEPH
41. Ruffed lemur
42. Earth goddess 21980 "
43. Russian plane
44. Man's I- --
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Shum whIt ho heard. "You can un
legs for the horse," he ainles.
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Bridge
8 i IOTOR MOLLO
WKte tns 4th veni L g
Standard Charity Bridge Con-.
gress barely three weeks away
ft W fitting to recall San usual
hand from the finals of last
ea Palm Salver. hitting
was Onar 8harif, part-
nered by Boris Shapiro. O o-
Iog them were the eventual
winners, Barnet Shenkin and
Patrick Jourdaki.
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2
Shenkin led his Inleton 4.
but Jourdain didn't, give him a
ruff immediately. et the
timnag right, he tist led his own
toen athe Q00. Now defen-
dte 1 began 1 a ross-ruff, a
diamond ruff, a club ruff and a
second diamond ruff. Jourdain
led a third club and Omar
inserted the 48. driving out
Shenkin's Q. A heart came
back.
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Sharif had to make the rest, so
he went u with dummy's VA
&W nQ,. -blievent
declarer from diarrdfitg his
oing heart Jourdain ruffed
wh his remanlun g trump.
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a curious ietuation.in which
dmunmy's singleton 40 became
both an entry to a winning
diamond and also the means of
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"No, no cocktails. We're going back to the office to
WORK."


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THE MEAT OUT OF THE FREEZER AGAN."


*I EE BIG TROUBLE AEAP FOR 5MEONE
CWO-E -TO ....OUR PO!4


CROSS\
PUZ;

1. Excuse
7. Plenty
12. Come forward
13. Actress Day
14. Withdraw
15. Attire
16. Compass point
17. Think
18. Dry measure
21. Bushmen
22. Gelid
25. Rhem
26. Lean toward
27. Bombyx
28. "- Abner"


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29. Egyptian skink
30. Course
31. Lofty peak
32. Bark l
33. Soup VA
ingredientE
34. Bath's river. ES EL
36. Note of the
scale
37. Fossil resin SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
39. Risk
43. Street fight DOWN 3. Steep
44. Garden plant 4. Beverage
45. Wide awake 1. Each 5. Monster
46. Soap opera 2. Soul: Fr. 6. Born
5 T' a-O 9 o F 7. Supplements
8. Extra
S 9. First night
10. Fairy fort
11. Sigmoid
--17. Fop
18. Chinese wax
S - T 19. Boy's name
20. Reprehensible
2 6 2 21. French city
-_ 23. Hint
29 24. Pull
26. Small stand
32 33. Outcast
6 35. Swerve
36. Daunt
- 573 37. Medical group
38. Honey
-W --39. Owns
S40. Clay
1641. Turmeric
42. Split pulse


CARROLL RIGHTER'S


from the Carle Riher w ltitute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: After handling
essential tasks early in the day it is to your
advantage to engage in new interests. Interesting new
personalities are now able to open your mind to ingeniwcs view
that can bring more success in the future.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Take treatments that improves
your health. Make sure you finish important routines in the
morning. Visit persons you really like.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Handle monetary matters in
the morning and then you can go to places and be with
interesting people. Make this a delightful evening.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Don't neglect home duties
early in the day. Study new projects that could prove
beneficial to you. Relax at home this evening.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Look into
wardrobe and others matters that will make you operate more
efficiently in the future. Take health treatments.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Make preparations early so that
later you can have a happy time with congenials without
running into delays. Try to please mate.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Don't permit any home
problems to develop. Plan time to entertain good friends this
evening. Something fine can come of this.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Good day to make
arrangements with allies so that you have more mutual success.
Get responsibilities quickly behind you.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Concentrate on finances and
how to have more of the good things in life. Avoid one who is
a deterrent to your progress.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Good friends will
cooperate with you in a plan that is worthwhile. Do favors for
those you like. Act in a conscientious way.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Plan just how to expand
more intelligently in the future. Show true devotion to the one
you love. Sidestep a troublemaker.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Contact good friends and
gain their assistance for some personal or business aims you
have. Try to help one in trouble.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Take care of civic matters and
be courteous with a higher-up. Study personal credit affairs.
Avoid one who is hypocritical
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will have
a worldly mind and would do well in such fields as world
trade, imports and exports. Be sure to give the finest
comprehensive education you can and stress the study of
languages. Teach to cooperate more with others. Give a good
ethical and religious training early in life.


Winning

Bridge
By VIOTiz MOLLO
Dealer South: Love All
North
*AQ6
V Q 10 8
K 7
S107 4 3 2
South
4,J7
V AKJ964
SA3
'K65
South North
1V 24
3V 4V
West leads the 49 to East's
SThe 4Q comes back. How
should declarer play?
ANALYSIS: Most players will
go up automnaticaJly with the
4K. If it's ruffed, it will be a
routine misfortune. If the spade
finesse falls, too, they will have
a genuine hard luck story to teWl
their friends.
And yet, a little forethought
will avert any blow that destiny
plans to inflict. All South need
do is to play low at trick two.
Whether West has one club or
two won't matter, for, after trick
two, a spade switch can't hurt.
East will have no entry and
South wi.l have time to set up a
club.
West
10 8 5 3 2
2 Q 10 6 4

K 9 4
7
J 9 8 5 2
A QJ 8
West ruffs the third club and
leads a spade. Declarer wins
with the 4*A, draws trumps and
ruffs a club.
This is how Garozzo played as
a beginner" in International
bridge, at a par contest in
London in 1957.


H words ofI
G f o u r letters
SG or more can
you make
_fromn the
0 letters shown
here? In
mak I n a a
word. each
R letter m ay
Sbe used owMe
I only. Each
word must contain the large
letter, and there must be at
least one eight-letter word In the
list. No plurals; no forel n words;
no proper names. TODAYS
TARGET : 19 w o r d s. good :
22 words, very good : 28 words.
excellent. Solution tomorrow.
SATlURIAY'S SOLUTION :
Cell cider cinder clerk clinked
clinker cried crinkle CRINKLED
deck dice dicer dicker dike dine
dines dire Iced idle Idler Inked
Inker Irked kern kler kind'e
lend licked lied lien like liked
liken line lined liner linked
neck nice nicked nickel nide
reek rein reink relic rend rice
ricked ride ridel ranked


far lim.26 min. AP Newufeatures 27
Rupert and the Wooden Horse-46


LaMng Wingo to change th legs of the
aoden horse. Rupert campers home at his
eIt speed. "I've been out a long time," he
so.' Mumy wiM wonder where I am.
O m e e *l" He glimpses Mrs. Ber
ling weMihe vilge, and in a uew moet
he lt at her aide breathleely beingg of his
adMeom. i"And misbl tie thing tmhe Iem use.


for talking to trees. Mummy," he says as
they enter the garden. Dr. Sheep is near by.
sitting in a deck-chair, and overhears the end
of Rupert's story. Come, come, what
ridiculous things you make up I" he exclaims.
"It's a wonder your mother has patience to
listen to such day dremsM."
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


Chess
By LEONARD BARDWN


Sogard-Iskov, Malmo 1973.
White (to move) is threatened
with P-Kt6 and Q-Kt8 ch
forcing mate. He played 1 p P.
Sa.id a watching master: "I1 Bx
P is much better!" Was (a) the
player ob) the master right or
tor bad!)?
Par times: 30 seconds, chess
master; 2 minutes, expert: 5
minutes, county player; 10
minutes, average; 20 minutes.
novice.
Chess solution
tb) is right. In the game,
White lostby I P x P. Q-Kt8 ch;
2 K-R2, KtxP ch; 3 K-R3,
Q-KB4! and there is no defence
to the discovered check. The
amef finished 4 P-Kt3 (if 4
K-R4, Kt-K4 wins), Kt-K4
dis ch; 5 K-Kt2. P-B6 ch; 6
K-R2, Kt-Kt5 ch; 7 K-R3,
Q-R4 mate.
White discarded 1 Bx P
because of 1 . Q-Kt8 ch; 2
K-R2, P-Kt6 ch; 3 Px P, PxP
ch; 4 Kx P; Q-KKt3 ch-but
then he has 5 K-B4, Kt-Q6 ch
(or QxB; 6 QxKt); 6 K-K3
with at least a draw.

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TRIBUNE Saturday, August 24, 1974


By Gladstone Thurston
NEW PROVIDENCE
champs the Ministry of Works,
easing their way to the top of
the standings, routed former
first place holders the Roaring
Tigers 8-6 last night, sharing
with them second place in the
closely contested N.P.S.A.'s
Imperial League.
The undefeated all-star
Paradise Casino remain on top
two and a half games away.
Taylor Trucking (3-2) has a
share in second, while Bahamas
Electricity Corpoiation take
the following spot with a four
and four record.
The Tigers vie to end their
two game losing streak against
Taylor's tomorrow afternoon
(2 o'clock) in a battle for
second spot.
Despite their strong move
from fifth spot over the past
two weeks, Ministry's manager
Leon "Apache" Knowles feels
that fans still have not seen the
best of them. "It would seem
as if nothing is falling for us,"
he said.
Knowles figures that they
are hurting mostly in their
pitching department. Since key
hurler Randy Rodgers is not in
the best of shape, he allow
right hander Michael Isaacs to
perform through most of the
game then bring in Randy to
finish things off.
This system had its
tantalizing effects on the
Tigers. They were not use to
Isaacs' off-speed deliveries.
And, although the Tigers
clipped him for eight hits
before Rodgers substituted in
the sixth, they were able to put
together only four runs. By
then the Ministry led by three.
However, Knowles is
confident that by the end of
the season the Ministry will be
on top.
Still a bit shaken over their
controversial loss to Paradise
Casino Wednesday, the Tigers
over the first four innings
showed positive signs of


Picture: RICKEY WELLS
Catcher Mark Johnson scores the Roaring Tigers' first
run off Wayde Davis' two run single.


recovering. They wiped out the
Ministry's 2-0 lead and went
ahead by one.
However, errors played
havoc with their defence and,
the Ministry, capatlizing on
this crossed the plate for three
lead making runs in the fifth.
Tigers' head coach Kingsley
Cooper saw last night's loss as
being quite crucial at this
particular point. It gives
Paradise too much comfort.
"We can't afford to lose
anymore now," he admitted.
Playing without regular
catcher Kenneth McCartney,


the Tigers were forced to
change their lineup a bit.
Instead of starting left hand
speedster Hasting Campbell,
they had to go with Phil
Johnson while Mark Johnson
catch. It is difficult to find a
catcher for Campbell.
However, this could not
prevent them from taking their
second consecutive loss and
their third of seven played.
Runs by second baseman
Anthony Bowe and first
baseman Sherwin Taylor gave
the Ministry their 2-0 fisat
innings lead. Bowe who was


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issued a base on bills moved to.
second when Willie Knowles
ground out. He stole third arnd
scored when Adrian Rodgers
struck out and attempted to
reach first on the pass ball.
Just prior to that Taylor was
also struck out but was safe on
the pass ball. Peter Bethel
drove him in with a single into
the outfield.
Left fielder Wayde Davis
brought the Tigers back into
contention with a two run
blast into centre field. He
scored Mark Johnson and Davy
Clarke. The Tigers out scored
the Ministry 2-1 in the fourth
before the end finally came.
Rbi's by Taylor and pinch
hitter Harry Miller told the
tale. Both Bowe and Taylor
scored their second run of the
game. Boldridge Ellis scored on
Miller's single.
Runs by William Delancy
and Davis brought the Tigers
one behind before the Ministry
capped their victory with Chris
Ferguson's run in the bottom
of the sixth.
Ministry of Works


A. Bowe
W. Knowles
S. Taylor
A. Rodgers
P. Bethel
B.Ellis
K. Pinder
H. Millet
M. lsaacs
R. Rodgers
C. l'ergusoii
Roaring
W. Davis
J. Bodie
D. Clarke
W. Ford
H. Campbell
M. Johnson
Da. Clarke
W.'Delancy
P. Johnson
M. Miller
SK. Cooper


ah
3
4
2
4
3
1
2
3
0
Tigers
4
4
4
4
4
2
3
3

0


Worcestershire edge up


LONDON (AP)
Worcestershire beat
Nottinghamshire by five runs
in a thrilling finish Friday and
kept up its challenge I'or the


English country cricket
championship.
Nottinghamshire needed 300
to win at Newark an almost
impossible task. Yet they
almost did it.
Worcestershire are now only
three points behind Hampshire,
the defending champions, at
the top of the standings.
Hampshire lead by 209 points
to 206, but they have three
games left to play while
Worcestershire have only two.

Today's Test score:
England 293 for 4 (Amiss
168 not out). Pakistan 600
for seven dec.


At No r thamin p t o .
Northamptonshire (16 points) heat
(Gloiucestershire (4) by 26 runs.
Gloucestershire iu2 and 256 ,
(Bishen liedi 4 for 82).
At leicester. Lancashire (18
points) heat leicestershire (5) by
an innings and eight runs.
; eicestershlire 262 and 210.
Lancashire 480 for 5 closed.
At Scarborough Kent 279 for
closed and 238 for S declared.
Yorkshire 257 for 7 closed and 158
for 3. Drawn. Yorkshire 6 points,
Kent 6.
At Weston-super-mare.
Warwickshire (16 points) beat
Somerset (8) by two wickets.
Somerset 319 and 202.
Warwickshire 220 for 9 closed and
305 for 8.
At Swansea. Glamorgan 188 and
340 (Alan Jones 113). Il.sex 324.
Drawn (;lamorgan S points, l'asex


Wilkie smashes world record


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VIENNA David Wilkieof
Britain smashed the world
record for the men's 200 meter
individual medley with a time
of 2 minutes 6.32 seconds in
the final at the European
swimming championships
today.
The previous world mark
was 2:07.17, set by Gunnar
Larsson of Sweden in 1972.


ALL-STARS
THE FOLLOWING are
those chosen by the New
Pro evidence Softball
Association for their final
ladies all-star game next
week:
Columbus League Daist Walker
(Hloliday Inn), Anita Doherty,
(Holiday Inn), Denise Moss
(llaintown), tlattie Moxey
(Hai ntown), Fulamae Smith
(Baintown), Pat Saunders (Holiday
Inn), Linda Knowles (BaTelCo),
Denise Reckkly (Bah. World). Patty
Symonette (Baintown), Christine


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Wilkie, a 20-year-old Scot,
also holds the world record in
the 200 meter breaststroke
Wilkie stormed through
from way back to clinch the
gold.
It was Wilkie's second gold
of the championship. He took
the 200 meter breaststroke
event Friday.


Ihumes (BaTelCo), Louise Rolle
(Dah. World), Judy Young
(lleineken), Janet Adderley
(Centreville). Jenifer Knowles (Bah.
World), Celestine Wilson
(Baintown), Linda Ford (Holiday
Inn), Carmita Christie (Heineken),
Margaret Alhury (Baintown).
Manager Norman Gay, Coach -
Adrian Rodgers.
Arawak League Cheryl
Marshall (St. Bernard's), Sherry
Thompsmon (I)el Jane), Cynthlea
P'ratt (Del Jane), Evangeline Bowleg
(:)el Jane), Margaret McKay
(B.C.B.), Naomi Ellis (Del Jane),
Ro/ina Taylor (Tigerettes),
Claiudette Farrington (Tigerettes),
Joyce Thompson (Sherry), Vanria
-Cargill (Becks), Jenifer Isaacs (St.
Bernard's), Gaylene Moxey
(B.C.B.), Andrea Encas (Becks),
Tangy Armbrister (St. Bernard's).
.rnestine Bullard (Sherry). Mavis
Bowleg (Del Jane), Alice Wells
(Tigerettes), Olicc Swecting
(B.C.B.). Manager -. John
Adderley, coach Lawrence Smith.


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Ministry rout Tigers




to keep moving up


St. Mirren 0 Airdrie 6
Stirling Albion S Clydebank 2


Boston. urges


Government


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-SOCCER

FAN

STABBED

TO DEATH
BLACKPOOL A young
soccer fan died in hospital
today after violence broke
out during a Second Division
match between Blackpool
and Bolton Wanderers.
The youth, believed to
have been a visiting Bolton
supporter, was thought to
have been stabbed in an
incident near a refreshment
stand, police said.
The youth died shortly
after being admitted to
Blackpool's Victoria Hospital,
police said.
It was the first known
death in Britain from soccer
violence, which has been on
the increase in the past two
seasons.
Most of the crowd of
15,513 at the match was
prevented from leaving the
stands following the match,
won by Blackpool 2-1, and
extra police were called in to
take the names and addresses
of all fans.
Meanwhile, Carlisle United,
new boys in the First Division,
edged Tottenham Hotspur 1-O
and kept its 100 per cent
record.
Carlisle now lead the
standings jointly with Ipswich,
who downed Burnley 2-0. Both
teams have six points from
three games.
An excited crowd of 18,240
jammed Carlisle's little stadium
to see the team's first home
game in the First Division.
Chris Baiderstone scored the
winning goal from a penalty.
Liverpool, Wolverhampton
and Everton all have five points
from three games.
Leeds, the defending
champions who lost their first
two matches, finally got going
with a 1-0 win over
Birmingham. Allan Clarke,
back after suspension, scored
the goal.

English League
Division I
Arsenal 4 Manchester City 0
Carlisle I Tottenham 0
Coventry I Chelsea 3
Derby 2 Sheffield United 0
Ipswich 2 Burnley 0
Leeds I Birmingham 0
Liverpool 2 Leicester I
Middlesbrough I Luton I
QPR 0 Stoke City I
West Ham 2 Everton 3
Wolves 4 Newcastle 2
Division 2
Aston Villa I Norwich I
illackpool 2 Bolton I
Bristol City 0 Orient 0
Fulham 4 Cardiff 0
Hull City I West Bromwich 0
Manchester United 4 Millwall 0
Notts County I Oldham 0
Oxford 3 York City I
Portsmouth 2 Notts. Forest 0
Sheffield Wed. I liriston R. I
Sunderland 3 Southampton I
Division 3
Aldershot I Huddersfield 0
Blackhburn 3 Colchester 2
Bournemouth 2 (;illinghm 0
Bury 0 Southend I
Charlton 2 Hereford 0
Chesterfield 3 Wrexham I
Crystal Palace 2 Tranmere I
leterborough 2 Brighton 0
Plymouth 2 (rimshy I
Port Vale 2 Swindon 2
Walsall I Halifax 1I
Watford 3 Preston 2
Division 4
Chester 3 Hartlepool 0
Crewe I Lincoln 0
sxeter 2 )oncaster I
Newport 2 D)arlington I
Northampton I Bradford City 2
Roclidale I Torquay I
Rotherhliam 2 Reading 1
Scunthorpe 0 Mansfield I
Sotuthpirt 3 Brentford 0
Stockport 0 Shrewsbury 3
Swanse:t 0 tarnsley 3
SCOTTISH I.A(CU1 Cup
Scottish League Cup
Aberdeen 3 D)unfermline 0
Albion Rovers S Stenhousemuir I
Clyde 2 Arhroath I
Cowdenheathi 2 Fast Fife 0
D)umbarton 3 I'artick Thistle 1
Dundee United 0 Celtic 2
East Stirling 3 Brechin 2
Falkirk 3 Alkla 0
Iorfar 2 Meadowhank I
Hearts 2 Morton 0
Kilmarnock 6 Queen's Park 0
Montrose 2 Stranraer 2
Motherwell 5 Ayr United 0
Queen of the South I Berwick 0
Raith Rovers 2 Hamilton I
Rangers 4 I)undee 0
St. Johnstone I Iibernian 3


A PROPERLY organized,
Govern ment-controlled sports'
programme, can prove
invaluable in decreasing the
spiralling crime rate, said
cycling and boxing champ
Leonard "Boston Blackie"
Miller (pictured).
Deeply concerned about the
youth of today, Boston called
upon to Government, to "take
more interest in all sports and
see .that they are run
properly."
"They should see that we
have facilities for all types of
sports so that we may invite
foreign competition here."
Sports, he observed, is being
drastically neglected.
Now retired from the ring,
Boston earlier this week
returned from the World
Cycling Championships in
Canada where he placed
eleventh. He spends most of his
time training athletes.
Most sports organizations,
he noted, are failing in their
objectives "and the more they
fail. the more crime will go up.
The young people don't have
anything to do .... they will do
anything."
Boston felt that sports such
as boxing, cycling, swimming
and sailing are natural to the
Bahamas. He named such
standouts as Yama Bahama,
Gomeo Brennen, Elisha Obed
and the likes. "The only reason
why we haven't won a race in
cycling is because we don't
have a track here."
It was not that the
competitors in the World
Championships rode faster
than Boston, they had more
experience on the banked
track. "I think I'll win a race
the next time because I learned
a lot over there," he said
confidently.
Thus, in the best interest of
cycling, Boston is asking that a
400 metre track be paved off.
Many school children he said
have race bicycles, but lack a
programme and even the
facilities whereby they might
be able to exercise their talent.
Boston is also concerned
about the favouritism that goes
on among so-called National
associations, especially when
choosing a team to.represent
the country. As an example, he
pointed out the Amateur
Boxing Association of the
Bahamas' contingent to the
World Amateur Boxing
Championships in Cuba.
Being a veteran of the game,
named three other boxers who
were not only eligible to go,
but were capable of giving far


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better accounts of themselves.
"If they had any pride or
any sense, they wouldn't have
carry anybody," he said. "I
wasn't going away if I wasn't
fit, and I'm sure I would have
done better if I wasn't sick."
Boston completed in the
5,000 metres pursuit and the
1,000 metres sprint, and
bettered his times since the last
world championships although
he came down with a fever the
day before the races.
Many of the athletes he met
in Canada expressed willingness
to compete in the Bahamas
we had the facilities."
Nevertheless, Boston plans
to continue his contribution to
the community and hopefully
some day, the Government will
see the beneficial aspect of
having a positive sports
programme.
STARS DEFAULT
HEINEKEN STARS lost by
default to last place Flagler Inn
Buccaneers last night. It
marked Flagler's first win in
two years.
Flagler was out in full force
but Heineken were short by
two. They went to bat with
hopes that the remainder of
players may turn up. They did
not.
TENNIS FINAL
HANS SCHOPPER plays T.
Topping tomorrow in the finals
of the Balmoral Beach Club
tournament. Haz.el Cameron
meets E. Goddard in the ladies
finals. All matches will be
played at the Balmoral
beginning 9 a.m.
IMPERIAL LIAC(UlI. STANDI)INGS
Paradise 6
Tigers 4
Taylor's .1
Metroso w 2
Buintown 2
St. Michael's 2
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woman might readily do so by wearing -.
12. At once.
15. A musical about the twenties will have the girls in --.-
dancing the Charleston.
16. Bag.
17. With the private purchase of a new ----- for the country, a
man will want it to be a practical investment.
18. Herb.
19. Delightedly playing a winning card, it's not unlike a keen
gambler to ----- it down on the card table exuberantly.

(SEE PAGE 4 FOR LAST WEEK'S SOLUTION)

KEY WORDS
r THIS LIST CONTAINS, AMONG OTHERS
THE CORRECT WORDS FOR
THIS WEEK'S TRIBUNE CROSSWORD PUZZLE
ABILITY COAT IRELAND SLAM
AGILITY DELAYED KEEL SLAP
BANGS EXPENSIVE MINK SMUG
OIT ETENAIVE NOW


BOAS
BOAT
BOBS
BOWS
BUNTING
CHANGE
CHARGE


EVEN
EVER
FIT
GOAT
HEEL
HUNTING
ICELAND


PINK
PUNTING
RELAYED
SACK
SAGE
SAGS
SEAS


SNUG
SURE
SURF
TORN
WILY
WIRY
WORN


GRAND


TOTAL VALUE b6,039po


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CHALLENGER
COMPLETE WITH 70 H.P.
JOHNSON or EVINRUDE MOTOR
AND GATOR TRAILER
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CHALLENGER


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The outboard motor that's built for
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70, the motor that's built for work
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Fire power breakerless CD
electronic ignition Power pilot,
power shift with positive
mechanical follow through New
pre-set tilt lock Pressure backed
piston rings Pulse tuned exhaust e
Automatic pressure temperature
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loop-charged engine a Computer
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