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j VOL. LXXI, No. 234 Saturday, August 31, 1974 Price: 20 Cents


Hanging petition still not to be sent to Queen


By MIKE LOTHIIIAN
ATTORNEY (;lF \t I', I in
Adderley will appeal i ,,:!d.it '
judgment in the hanging, c ,. .)n
grounds that "the free anid ).,'inn
state of the (Comtmontvc.lth oI hili
Bahamas cannot involve itie I nicd
Kingdom (Governmenl cit ii> mit O
foreign government in tils [itt; i :
government press rolejis<. l .,,id
Friday.
Meanwhile, the .' i-:' .
Governor General Si Mili Bulilei iht ,
been "advised" by ttce go itti; :l )i
to forward to thie (iiien it ;,t
petition of cotnvctvt I i Im !
Wendell I.eroy Burt(i ,. i l'i !,
lumes, 21.


S:tpi,.nic ( oiurl Justice Maxwell J.
I homipson yesterday ordered the
' 1%.cioiii generala l to forward the
Ht',. il, 'i ilt hout delay" something
i lie ( ieinoti generall had earlier this
' tli i t'ltsed to do on the basis f a
'tIlhnI l, thie attorneyy General.
'1 liil ruling was to the effect liat
l c in del c cisitin relating ito the
viismc ti I thie Hahnnmi's of the Royal
i' .(wijaivei N Mercy lies with Itolme
\H -.i, Minister Dairell I-. Rolle,
) \lsuiy (ontniltCee Wound the
.i .,1 p tipr one" iin which to
."c'o i .' tlte picigativc.
1i -axcLs c.lcai toww tlhatl egardless of,
I" t illn;! ute ott o(if the legal
I.t. in\lted imurtderers Wendell
I c: \ It iiiu i s, 2s. and Philip llumes,


21 have escaped the hangman's rope
for at least several months.
The Attorney General's appeal will
go before the Bahamas Court of
Appeal, which will not be sitting until
the July Criminal Assizes in the
Supreme Court end. That is not
expected before October.
Whichever side the Appeal Court
rules against is likely to take the
appeal one final step, to the Judicial
Committee of the Privy Council in
London which means the case will
have gone full circle through the entire
system of justice since June.
The court case that led to
yesterday's judgment centred on the
issue of whether, since independence,


'Emerald hotel








owes $20000


to staff'


Fi I AMI R \ .,
compile ily G ovcrt,:i.'
buying the hI'I., i. '
hlote.li 'ro i I i
much a S2'().. '
-;4, cC \';!..v,>t'" ii mo ;,",l<
work ,. ', . .
June 10, the lHotd '1 nitni
charged today.
An itivcslti iatling l i1 1
Ministry official lIas .ili.s,
agreed that main!', it l i, l
employees who were 4,1., i
fired by Co)ilngan I II I'
received only part 1 l ii
vacation pia> duc 'i :h'" I!
official did not i\ .
estimate of the ltotAi ;ii'' !, '
miionley owed.
It was Hotel aind t'aieni
Workers Union s.c. 'rb .i i
general Bobby Glinton i\ i,
told The Tribune that 'i, is
safe to say we are talkm'it alit'
a figure that ini\ b .e lwhl
$20,000
F'he I meral Bd tcach.. .A n i
by Corrigan t hieel ,1 i
i ana ged b i I I
International .iel. i .
closed I 80 it ,, ,-
and fired 1 4 0. 1- .i
employees in a i.u ,',,nitl
to reduce slos -se. I i ,
that were s iud t"' !L\d t ;1
the millions ol '
prviote us s eais
In a dispute tiled \\i h lili.I
Labour Ministry on .ltl ', ll. I
Union charged the liotel ,, li
three separate breacihe.s ,I1 ti,
union-In a nagement \i t t I
contract.
Management was ac ,l.et >
failing to consult tlie illuniii )!i
the firings beforehand at
required bhy the conltaci~
clauses relating to r1edultiidatiu \
The union charged I11.1t
management failed to come 'up
with the proper amounts ol

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I.iir L ifa,.'x S aintt.rd', \ct. he
Nit J;Iintio'i "aid he hb:s been


in tor>incd by a management
s p o k c' s m an that Mr.
I in tluest 's recommendation
will bc appealed to Labour
Minister Clifford L, Darling.
Fhat means further delay, he
said, and by the time the
Minister makes a final ruling
I;overnment's purchase of the
I emerald Beach will probably
hxric been finalised and
( 'orrian's interest it the
Bahamas will probably have
been ended.
Ilie result lie charged, tmay
hbc hit the workers will never
.c'l he money owed to them.
Mr. Glinton was highly
critical of the pace at which
the Ministrm has dealt with the
dispute
"When we have a
de11111onstrition and interrupt
se ices thlie Minister intervenes
to resolve the problem as
qlickl .is possible, but when
the shoe is on the other foot it
takes months for the workers
Ito gel what's co'tin! Ic tiem.l
We wonder why Bahamian


workers in the Bahamas are not
treated in the same way foreign
hotel operators are treated.
Why do we have to wait such
long periods for our problems
to be resolved'?"
fie added: "If Corrigan gets
off this island with that cash I
don't think they will be
interested in coming back."
Iie pointed out that
Government from the start
made it clear that in its move
to buy three Cable Beach
hotels it was acquiring the
physical properties involved,
and was not in any way
assuming the debts of the
former operators.
The Sonesta Beach Hotel has
been taken over and renamed
the Ambassador Beach. and the
Bal moral Beach Hlotel's
Purchase has also been
finalised.
The Lmerald Beach is the
only one whose sale is not yet
complete. but G( government's
takeover is expected shortly.
Mr. Turnquest ruled against
the Union on the issue of fired
shop stewards.


is any residue of power in the
n to exercise the prerogative
f.
Justice Thompson yesterday
ed his judgment on the legal
s raised in the case with three
raphs that the Attorney General
expected to take particular
tion to the appeal.
. Justice Thompson said:
'ne Bahamas attained
endenec on July 10, 1973 by,
of the provisions of Section 1,
action I of the Bahamas
endence Act 1973, an Act of the
ment of the United Kingdom.
section enacts that:
On and after July 10, 1973 Her
ty's Government in the United
Kingdom shall have no
responsibility for the
Government of the Bahamas."'
"It should be noted," Mr.
Justice Thompson declared,
"that this enactment does not
completely deprive the United
Kingdomi Government of
responsibility for the
government of the Bahamas. It
simply elevates the Bahamas
Government to the status of
responsible government. here
is nothing in thle said
Independence Act which
prevents the United Kingdomn
Government trom resuming
responsibility t or the
government of this
Commonwealth if the United
Kingdom Government sees fit.
because there is no provision in
the said Act which extinguishes
the right of the United
Kingdom Government to do
sO.
The Bahamas Information
Services release today said
"this, of course, is not so."
The nature of this particular
case gives rise to one other
mniinr problem: who will
represent Mr. Justice
Thompson at the appeal
hearing?
Normtally, an appeal against
.1 decision of the Supreme
Court is opposed that is, the
judee involved is represented --
by the Department of Legal
Affairs.
In this case, however, the
Department of Legal Affairs
will in fact be handling the
appeal itself, asking the
Appeals Court to overturn Mr.
Justice Thompson's ruling.
Ilumes and Burrows were
convicted late last year for the
Septemtier 5. 1972 mititder of
Raymolhd anry Major, 25, at
Pel pall ract.
I he Bahamas (outl o
Appeals suhscquently rejected
,in aippcal against ithe
0>nvictiiIns, and tihe Judicial
Co'illiitllee of Ithe Privy
(Ioitncil denied a request ltor
le]it e ito appeal to llie
(Council.


Crime in Bahamas, a major


factor influencing US visitors


CRIME IN Till BAIIAMAS
is aimiong the s lLiiifi aill factors
having a "negative influence"
on prospective visitors from the
1 united States. tourism
Minister Clement Maynard
revealed lThursday.
I'he Minister told Nassau
Kiwanians that a study
conduct tton behalf of the
lursins Ministry had shown
"saleti from physical harm" as
thlie major consideration by
A mericans in planning a
foreign trip.
"Seventy percent of the
respondents selected it as the
noist important aspect ol
sele Ictting a vacation
destination," Mr. Maynard
said.
The Minsiter explained that
earlier this year his Ministry
retained the public opinion
analysts. Lou Harris and
Associates to conduct a study
of international tourist travel
froin the U.S., the Bahamas'
principal market.
'To establish the priorities in
attributes thought important in
planning a foreign trip, the
Ilarris study listed 21 criteria
which the interview subjects
were dsked to evaluate.
Ihe IIarria analysis showed
"'.ilely troln physical hatin"i i
standing "i-learly" at the top ol
the lis. Mi. Maynard said.
lie therefore urged
Kiwanians to give their full
suppo., to the "splendid work
of our Royal Bahamas Police
Force." Noting that the Force


By NICKI KELLY

was 25 percent tinder strength.
he said that assistance to the
Commissioner's recruiting
effects would help to combat
crime and at the same time give
a boost to tourism by making
safety a positive instead of a
negative factor.
Four months ago Mr
Ma yinard a p pearC e
considerably more reluctant to
acknowledge that a crimes
situation existed in the
Bahamas.
During a House debate on
tourist amenities, he was
critical of certain articles
published abroad that reported
on the condition.
As for tourism being "in a
spot of trouble," he said. we
would be in a far stronger
position if certain people
would write favourable things
about the Bahamas to go
abroad.
"When however one reads
in the Financial Times about
every house having to be
barred up because of the
criminal deeds of Bahamians.
wh. should people rush here'"
the Minister asked.
In his remarks on ItourilSIl
Mr Maynard pointed otl that
although recently released
figures showed an eight percent
decline in air/sea arrivals for
the first seven months of the
year, the Bahamas was still the
number one vacation
destination in the Caribbean


toi American tourists.
Since the energy crisis, he
continued, the Bahamas had
been combatting a host of
negative influences on the
world travel scene.
YOUTH MARCH
THI' Pathfinder's Youtht
Club will hold a march
to in orrow beginning at
Windsor Park and ending at the
Grants Town Seventh-Day
Ad ve ntists Church on
Wellington Street where an
Investiture Service will be held.
lhe march begins at 2:30 p.m.


Mary Star n


TO accommodate the
increased school enrollment
this year, Mary Star of the Sea
School is in process of
constructing three additional
classrooms, necessitating the
postponing of opening day to
Monday, September 9.
Headmistress, Sister Mary
Alice, announced the addition
also of a third Kindergarten.
Usual age level for
Kindergarten enrollment is
between 4-' and 5. "Our 9th
(;Grade haj doubled in size from
1.ist %ear." Sister Alice said,
'"but our teachers are presently
preparing their classrooms and
lesson plans so that September
9 will lind the school in full
operation. It will be a full day
of school."
Parents should re-register
their children by or before
Sentemhir 4 aprd ll rhnol


BLOOD BANK &


J.ABORATOhA


MRS. A. LOFTUS Roker yesterday cut the ribbon to
officially open the Princess Margaret Hospital's extension to
the Eye Wing. Looking on were Health Minister A. Loftus
Roker, Guarantee Builders president Hubert Fowler, the
contractor, Prime Minister Pindling and PMH Administrator
Ruth Millar. (Photo Jeff.rev Thompson).

1

Fisherman calls



for boycott after



Bahamas experience


Bv NICKI KELLY
A MIAMI sports fisherman
has called for a visitor boycott
of the Bahamas after he and
three companions were
arrested by police marines and
fined $9,500 for fishing off
Bimini without a permit.
Their experience with
Nassau police and at the
Central Police Station were
given extensive coverage on
Miami television during- the
Thursday night news reports.
Accounts were also arrivedd on
Miami radio and in The
Miami Herald.
Dentist Dr. Ira N. Goldbach
and his party left Miaini
Friday, August 23 aboard the
doctor's new 31 -footi
twin-engined boat.
Late Saturday. they said.
one engine broke, down alnd
they anchored off Sandy ('a,
well within the Bahamais'
1 2-mile fishing limit.
The engine was repaired and
they decided to go north toi
Bimini and check in Sunday
morning.
But at 6:10 a.m. the menc
were awakened by what
mechanic Bob Jones said was
an "armour-plated Bahamas
gunboat" that almost rainined
them. Jones claimed they weic
boarded by three men with
machine guns.
They were told that the 200
pounds of snapper and
yellowtail in the vessel's ice
chests were "more than a
meal" and they were arrested
with orders to proceed not to
Bimini but to Nassau.
Dr. Goldbach and his crewi
said they intended to hring
their catch back to Miami
so lmelimle Monday and
distribute the fish among
friends. lie said he was unaware
that permits are required foi
sport fishing.
In Nassau they were taken
from their boat and "herded"
into Central Police Station,
where they were kept for 48
hours before brought before
Magistrate Wilton Hercules.
The Americans described
their small cell as "too stinking


;lo animals."
"No food, except a buc,.
ot fried chicken we paid a
guard to buy: no toilet
tacilitics. and anywhere from
seven to a dozen cellmates who
bliagged about the number of
people they'd killed," Dr.
Goldbach told a statewide
television audience.
Ile said that from what they
had heard they thought they
would get a light fire d, A-e
able to leave the day following
their jailing.
I hey were not however
bought before the Magistrate
until Tuesday
The Magistiate, w hose name
they never learned. "lowered
the boomm. l)D. (Goklbach as
the boat owner and captain
\,is fined 53.500 and 52,000
lcickd on each of his Ithree
companions.
S lie doctor's wvife flew from
\iami with the money which
had been collected Iromi
friends and at 5 p.m. the tour
\veie freed. By the time the
boat was gassed and the imen
.ible to contact their wives, tile
lotal cost had risen to SI 1,000.
"We didn't think thi. lines
outld be that still," Jones said
I thursday. "But right lih0m the
beginning the tmen who
arrested us had been saying
things like. "we going' to make
money on this, mn.' and we
should have known t
Mrs. Di)ane SaliAbury,
\ American (CO1nst I in the
all. ii Ias. wias (u o(ttedl by [lie
Sleiald as sa ing thl.i I Bahamian
patrols had stepped up their
activity against illegal fishing.
Coral Gables radio station
WVCG observed thaI
thousands of Ameiic lean and
loieign visilus ito the
Bahamlas had no knowledge
that a permit was required to
sports fish in Bahamian waters.
It. as Dr. ;Goldbach had
hinted. "a lot of boats are being
confisl.cated in the Bahamas
that are not being talked
a boti ." then it was
understandable tlial the doctor
should call lor a boycott, the
new scaster said.


tot to open until Sept.9

fees must be paid by that date, another meeting will take place
she said. in the school auditorium
The teachers inet this week Thursday, September 5, at
for the official orientation, and 9-30 a.m.

Beauty contest tomorrow


Fifteen Bahamian girls will
walk on to the stage at Le
Carbaret Theatre tomorrow
night and one of them will be
crowned Miss Bahamas.
At 5 o'clock today the
contestants will be seen for the
first time in public in a floal
parade beginning at the Queen
Elizabeth Sports entiree to'
the .Ambassador Beai.h Hotel
where a judges dinner will be
held.
Judges for the contest aire
Dr. Kirkland Culmer Mr Siese
Norton, vice president of
Resorts International, Inc. and
chairman of the
Nassau/Paradise Island
Promotion Rn.ril: Mrs Patriciq


Lunn of Exuma; Mrs Brenda
Favreau, Miss Bahamas 1968
and Mr Julius Harris, principal
star of the TV series "Salty"
scheduled for release in
September.
.Mastler, of ceremony will be
Miss MNlar Kell%, well-known
radio peisonalilt and VIP
puhli, relations e\Le'Ltile, adnd
Mr I1- Bethel news direct 'r of
Radio, Bahatil.as
Guelst who wish to attend
the Beauit Pageant tomorrow
night should be there early as
seats will be allocated on first
come first served basis, a
committee spokesman said.


EYE WING

EXTENSION

OPENED
PRIME MINISTER L. 0.
Pindling unveiled a
commemorative plaque and
Mrs. Loftus Roker cut the
ribbon across the doors Friday
afternoon to officially open
the three-storey extension to
the Princess Margaret
Hospital's Eye Wing.
It was the first part of the
$7.8 million PMH expansion
programnme to be completed.
The extension's ground and
second floors provide
ntuch-iinproved facilities for
the hospital's laboratory
sections. The top floor is
devoted to spacious children's
wards.
The official opening came
eight days before the
completion date called for in
the contract, and the building
hal, actually beep i"tjte sice
early July, fully two monthly
ahead of the target date.
The pace of progress on the
Eye Wing extension contrasts
markedly with the stop-start
work on the main extension
which is to provide entirely
new casualty and out patients
departments. Construction on
the main extension's site was
begun in August, 1972. The
concrete ground floor was
poured and the building's steel
frame erected. Nothing has
been done since.
However, resumption of that
work is expected shortly. The
Works Ministry began calling
for tenders from contractors in
June, and all bids must be in
by noon September 20.
Health Minister A. Loftus
Roker said yesterday that he
expected the contract to be let
"in just a few weeks," and he
said the contractor would carry
that part of the work through
to completion. The building is
likely to take about a year to
finish.
The hospital improvement
plans call also for extensive
renovation of existing
buildings, and re-organisation
of departments will greatly
reduce existing crowded
conditions.
At yesterday's official
opening Mr. Roker termed
completion of the Eye Wing
extension "a milestone in the
expansion of our national
health facilities."
lHe congratulated the
contractors, Guarantee
Builders, for putting up a
building that "is one of the
finest ever constructed in the
Bahamas."
The blood bank is now also
located in the new building,
which is centrally air
conditioned.
"The Bahamian people will
never be able to say your
Government misused public
funds in the construction of
this extension," Mr. Roker
assured the Prime Minister.
Among those attending the
opening were Deputy Prime
Minister Arthur D. Hanna,
Tourism Minister Clement T.
Maynard, Senator Charles
Rhodriguez and Shirlea M.P.
Sir Roland Symonette.











THE TRIBUNE - Saturday, August 31, 1974


120 die as express jumps tracks


Tropical

storm

hits

Jamaica
MIAMI Tropical storm
Carmen bore down on Jamaica
today, bringing with it heavy
rain and threat of flash floods.
The season's third tropical
storm and maximum sustained
,inds of 50 m.p.h. The
National Hurricane Centre in
Miami predicted a gradual
increase in size and strength.
Ilaiiy Saturday. Carmen was
centred about 140 miles east
southeast of Kingston, at
latitude 17 north, longitude 75
, .st. It was moving at about
25 m.p.h. and were expected
to pass just south of the Island.
Jamaica was warned to
prepare for wind gusts of up to
60 m.p.h. A Havana radio
broadcast, monitored in Miami,
issued an alert for residents of
eastern Cuba as the storm began
pelting the island with heavy
rains
irmen grew from a tropical
dcplprssion that swept
. ,tward from the Atlantic
and into the northern
Caribbean.
The storm dropped heavy
iains on the Leeward and
Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico,
hlaiti and the Dominican
Republic as it moved west. No
damage was reported.
Meanwhile, Becky, the
ca son's first hurricane,
coiunl i e1 Cl its northeasterly
track in tihe open North
S lantic.
Becky, dccibed as small but
powerful with maximum winds
ofl near 120 m.p.h., was more
that 650 miles southwest of
Saint Johns, Newfoundland,
Saturday morning and posed
no threat to land.(AP)

BBBISHFRl


MIN

Paris 1 5
London 1 3
Berlin 1 5
Amsterdam I 2
Brussels 12
Madrid 12
Moscow 14
San Irancisco 1 3
Chicago 7
Miami 24
Toky t) 24
Iong Konii 24
Montreal 16
Honolulu 23
Toronto 12
Lisbon I 3
r'Ichran 21


MAX
81 cloudty
84 cloudy
68 variable
70 cloudy
82 sunny
72 overcast
73 overcast
73 sunny
75 clear
61 cloudy
81 cloudy
84 rain
82 clouds
77 rain
72 clear
91 clear
75 clear
68 sunny
82 clear


LOVE

TOOGOODS


ZAGREB, Yugoslavia A
speeding international express
train jumped off the tracks
and overturned as it
approached the Zagreb
station last night, killing m re
than 120 people, mostly
Yugoslav workers returning
to West Germany.
Professor Dr. Zora
Stajduhar, the spokeswoman
for the medical team working
on the disaster, said that up
to midday Saturday, 120
bodies had been taken to the
medical institute.
She added that there are


New



Kirk


WELLINGTON New
Zealand Premier Norman
E. Kirk died in the Home
of Compassion Hospital in
Wellington today. He was
50.
An official statement said he
suffered a sudden heart
stoppage and died without any
sign of distress.
Kirk entered hospital on
Thursday suffering from gastric
influenza but he had been in ill
health for several months after
pleurisy complications set in
following an operation for
varicose veins.
The statement said that
Kirk's heart had been under
stress but he had shown some
improvement over recent days.
The statement said Kirk had
been in "bright" condition
when visited by his wife earlier
today and when examined by
his doctors.
He died at 2100 local time
0900 gmt.
Kirk became Premier in
November 1972 when the
Labour Party was returned to
power after general elections.
Kirk became New Zealand's
fourth Labour Prime Minister
in November 1972, capping a
career that began as a ferry
engineer in Auckland harbour.
The six-foot, 250 pounder


monr virtimq huried under
the wreckage and expressed
fear that the total number of
casualties might go up
another 30 to 50.
Rescue teams continued to
clear the debris blocking
railway station. They used
heavy cranes to lift big
chunks of wreckage and cut
into the tangled steel and
wood to get at the victims.
The train was a special
express from Belgrade to
Dortmund in West Germany
set up for returning workers,
but it carried some other


passengers too, a spokesman
for railway administration
said
According to a surviving
passenger, the train traveled
at unusual speed and failed to
slow down for a stop
scheduled at Zagreb. One
witness said the train roared
into the station here like a
torpedo.
Tanjug, the Yugoslav press
agency, said the cause of the
accident had not been
determined.
Investigators early
Saturday arrested the


locomotive driver, his
assistant and a switchman at
the station. No charges were
brought against them
immediately.
Officials said the coaches
left the tracks about 300
yards from the station
entrance and all were
demolished. The locomotive
disengaged from the lead car
and continued into the
station.
Tanjug said it was the
worst rail disaster in
Yugoslavia's history. (AP)


Zealand premier



d i* e s FIRST F NAT JAMBOREE
^J^~Af -d. d- Aft 0I m 0@ ft.^. ^^


know as "Big Norm" entered
Parliament in 1957 and
remained in national politics,
winning the ceremonial post of
President of New Zealand in
1964.
He is survived by his wife,
Ruth, and five children.
Kirk maintained close ties
with working men, and said
after his election: "A Prime
Minister should be able to hear
what the bloke living next door
says, and not just what the
head of government says."
He said the people "are the
ultimate power."
Kirk was born the son of a
poor cabinetmaker and left
school at 12 to work as a shrub
cutter and railway clean-up
boy. His first public office was
Mayor of the small town of
Kaiapoi when he was 30.
In politics he was seen as a
moderate without ties to either
the intellectuals in the Labour
Party or to the trade unionists.
His reports on travels
through the Orient were
generally well praised in New
Zealand although the radical
wing of his own party did not
share the reaction.
He was intense in his
criticism of French nuclear
testing in the South Pacific and
endorsed establishing relations
with mainland China. (AP)


SCOUT

STAMPS
FIJI'S first National Scout
Jamboree is being marked by
a set of three stamps released
yesterday.
The Scout Movement in
Fiji was founded in 1914 by
Sidney Frank Marlow of the
Fiji Civil Service, but lapsed
from 1917 when Frank
Marlow was killed in the first
World War.
Designed by E. W. Roberts,
the stamps are lithography
processed by Questa Colour
Security Printers Limited.


LOS ANGELES Former
President Richard Nixon
should be able to live a
financially comfortable life by
rearranging his assets, including
disposing of either his Key
Biscayne, Fla., or San
Clemente, Calif., home, his tax
accountant says.
"It is a cash flow problem


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which is correctable through
rearrangement of the various
assets Mr. Nixon owns,"
accountant Arthur Blech said
in an interview here Friday.
"His is a problem normally
encountered by persons whose
situation in life has changed. I
consider it a problem of
rearranging his assets, possibly
disposing of some of them."
Blech said it would be
unthinkable financially for
Nixon to maintain both his San
Clemente and Key Biscayne
homes. The Nixons have been
living in virtual seclusion at San
Clemente since his resignation.
"I categorically deny any
suggestion that the President is
broke," Blech said, responding
to a report from Nixon's
financial attorney that Nixon
had a cash flow problem.


The Los Angeles Times
quoted Dean S. Butler, a Los
Angeles attorney who handles
Nixon's personal financial
affairs, as saying that "I won't
say it's too much of an
exaggeration" to say that
Nixon is broke and that "his
financial picture is uncertain
and unclear."
Blech indicated he had no
disagreement with the
attorney's words, but he felt
they might be misinterpreted
to conclude the former
President is "broke."
"I consider it will not be
difficult for Mr. Nixon to
rearrange his affairs in such a
s\ay as to be able to live a
normal life within his means
and commensurate with his
position." Blech said. (AP)


'INDICT NIXON' CALL

SAN FRANCISCO It is "self-evident" that Richard
Nixon should be indicted, says Rep. Jerome Waldie,
D-Calif.
"I think Richard Nixon should be held accountable to'
the courts of our land the same as any other person,"
Waldie, a member of the House Judiciary Committee, told
reporters.
"I do not like to see unnecessary suffering but the lesson
of Watergate will have its impact reduced if the evidence
against Richard Nixon is not presented to the grand jury,"
he said.
Waldie also expressed opposition to administration
proposals to give Nixon $850,000 to cover his transition
back to private life.


SCIll DAYS ARI -ERE AGAIN!
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Miss 2V2 to five year olds? Do you know that these
are the important years of their life'? Then it is
important where you place them for their
Foundation Education. A bad start here can mean
an upset educational career hereafter.
The Bahamas Gospel Mission Kindergarten Classes
open Monday, Sept. 2nd. at 8.30 a.m. to 1 p.m.,
We have qualified Headmaster & Staff. Our
curriculum is based upon the Ministry of
Education & Culture's standard so that when your
child finishes at Kindergarten level it is ready for
any primary school. We have special rates, $7 per
week.
Phone 21338 or call at Mission Office, Montrose
Ave. for full information and registration.
Director of Missions &
Schools
PASTOR E. J. NOTTAGE


Thank you-

says the

polite

robber
FLINT, Michigan A
bandit who robbed a female
employee at the Sunshine
Food Store left after politely
thanking her.
An hour later, she reported
that she received a telephone
call from a man who said:
"This is the robber and I'll
have your money back for
you tomorrow."
However, it took "the
robber" five days to make
good on his word.
The Flint Journal received
$29 on Friday and a note in
the mail.
The note read: "Would
you see that Sunshine Food
Store gets this money. The
reason I took it was to feed
my children and I am sorry
about the delay in returning
the money. Thank you."
The note was signed, "the
robber." (AP)

Credit boost
GERMANY and Italy
reached a credit agreement
today enabling Italy to borrow
up to $2 billion to aid it's
staggering economy.
The agreement was
announced at a press
.:nference by West German
Chancellor Ilelmut Schmidt
and Italian Premier Mariano
Rumor after two days of
talks (AP)


RAFT MAN: I


WOKE UP


UNDER
HONOLULU The fishing
was lousy, the sleeping
cramped and wet, and there
was the constant fear that a
large wave might again flip
their 16-foot raft, say two
California men who drifted
from San Francisco to waters
off Hawaii in 56 days.
George Sigler, 29, and
Charles (Chuck) Gore, 27, of
Alameda were undergoing
medical tests at Tripler Army
Hospital here Thursday, one
day after a Coast Guard cutter
and helicopter gave them a lift
for the final 140 miles of their
2,600-mile crossing,
Bearded and 40 pounds
thinner by their voluntary
ordeal, Gore and Sigler said
they felt their experiment to
test an ocean survival kit they
designed'was a success.
"We were in our second day
out. about 120 miles west of
Monterey (Calif.) when the raft
pitch-poled and dumped us and
a lot of our gear into the
water." Sigler said at the
hospital where they agreed to
complete medical tests
sponsored by the Navy.
"I was asleep and woke up
under water," Sigler said. "I
swallowed a lot of salt water.
and it later caused me to
become sea-sick and
dehydrated."
The two said they were in
the stormy 53-degree water for
two hours before they could
right the raft and get back
aboard.


WATER
They decided to continue,
even though the emergency
supplies were lost when the
raft overturned, leaving them
only with their survival kit.
They spent the entire voyage
in a 6-by-3-feet space in the
middle raft.
Sigler and Gore said that
after their raft overturned they
subsisted for the next 50 days
on three small candies and one
vitamin C tablet a day.
Their liquid intake was
limited to 10 ounces of fresh
water a day for the first 20
days, but they increased that
to 15-20 ounces a day after an
experiment in drinking small
amounts of sea water was
abandoned when they came
down with diarrhea. (AP)

CHAMP CHARGED
KINGSTON The
welterweight champion of
Jamaica, Bunny Grant, has
been arrested and charged in
connection with an assault on
two women earlier in the
week, authorities confirmed.
The assault victims were
identified as Grant's
mother-in-law, Ida Crushery
and her daughter, Carmen. The
incident reportedly stemmed
from an argument that broke
out during a visit by Grant to
the Crushery home.
Both women were treated
at a local hospital and released,
an official spokesman said.
Grant was freed on bail.


Happy side of a vice president


NEW YORK tHer full
name is Margaretta lFitler
Murphy Rockefeller, but she is
known almost universally as
"Happy."
She has been compared to
the Duchess of Windsor and
accused of costing her husband
a chance at the presidency.
She is tall 5 foot 7
attractive and is the kind of
woman who looks equally at
home pouring tea for sonime
formal function or relaxing on
a country estate.
Her finishing school
yearbook noted her "bright
smile and perpetual good
humour."
Happy Rocketeller, the wile
of the man President Ford
nominated as Vice-President,
was born in Bryn Mawr,
Pennsylvania, on June 9, 1926,
the daughter of William
Wonderly Fitler Jr., a
millionaire. tHer parents were
divorced when she was 10 and
her mother later remarried
George IF. Bartol of
Wyntjpcmod, Pennsylvania.
Happy was brought up in
the Philadelphia main line
society of money and
distinguished ancestors one
great-grandfather was General


George Gordon Meade,
commander of the union forces
at Gettysburg: another
great-grandfather, Edwin 1H.
Fitler, was Mayor of
Philadelphia in the late 19th
century.
She attended Shipley's
finishing school for girls, was
graduated in 1944 and served
as a hospital worker and driver
for the American women's
volunteer service in
Philadelphia.
She made her debut in that
city and married Army Medical
Corps Captain James Slater
Murphy in 1948.
Ten years later, she worked
as a volunteer in Nelson A.
Rockefeller's successful
campaign for Governor of New


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In 1 962, Rockefeller
divorced his wife of 31 years
and the mother of his five
children and announced he
would marry Mrs. Murphy as
soon as possible.
In April 1963, Happy got
her divorce, signing away
custody of her four children,
and married Rockefeller the
following month.
She tried later to regain
custody and lost, but won
visitation rights. She and


Rockefeher have two children
of their own.
In 1964, Rockefeller sought
the Republican presidential
nomination, losing to Arizona
Senator Barry Goldwater.
Many blamed the divorce and
compared the New York
Governor to the Duke of
Windsor who gave up the
throne of England for the
woman he loved.
As the years went by, the
anger and criticism that came
with the divorce faded. Mrs.
Rockefeller drew as Many
cheers as her husband.
"Where's Happy"? shouted the
crowds at the 1968 Republican
convention in Miami Beach.
(AP)


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THE TRIBUNE -- Saturday, August 31, 1974


Aht ribune
NULUus ADicTUs JuRARE IN VERBA MAGWISI
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH,Publisher/Editor 1903. 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributing Editor 1972 -
EILEEN 'A M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Pz, lisher/Editor 1972 -
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
TELEPHONES:
Editorial 2-4532, 2-2260
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Advertising 2-1986, 2-2768

Saturday, August 31, 1974


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
(;R -Nl) CAYMAN. August 2. -There is a lot of stealing going
on in Nassati today. I suppose this is to be expected in a society
that has had prosperity for a long time ... and the prosperity is
now It1 ailig into the background.
When I was growing up in Nassau ,o one locked up anything.
Slouses swerc left wide open. When a hurricane was approaching
thlie loi oitl houses had to be nailed up because their owners
cLonuld't tind the keys.
I louseholders are now concerned about the situation and they
ane taking measures in an effort to keep intruders out. Two new
kri1s ol businesses are thriving. A man who specializes in
installing steel grills on doors and windows and another man who
instils buitgla and fire alarms are kept busy by concerned
hllsfhoilders and business men.
TIuiists are complaining that their purses are being snatched.
'I hIere have been some serious cases of highway robbery in which
,iwis to the island have been violently attacked. Women lfave
heen taped. They have gone back to their home towns and spread
the nesws through their newspapers that Nassau is no longer a safe
pi to spend a holiday.
I hrs is had ... it is terrible ... and it will grow worse.

P', p!: are concerned about this condition ... and rightly so.
S I e.itlehly puzzles me is that they don't appear to be the
,!;iiescsit bit concerned about reports of corruption, bribery and
oitrisht stealing in government circles.
1 i!I tlhs.'e reports were based only on rumour arising out of
.' style of someinc of the men now holding public
I I' irns.
I'o,., only seven years ago, some of these men now live in the
mii~: r; oit very wealthy people. And so it is not unreasonable to
:,k. hoiw this could be done when, under ordinary conditions,
Meti have to work and slave a lifetime in honest business to
ci.cumulate wealth.
lIB now it has gone beyond the stage of rumour and
*.mpppositioln. Today men in the government are themselves
:rici-sing each other of dishonest practices in handling the public

Ilhis unhealthy condition, which is a drain on the Public
Letiasuxy, sets such a bad example in the community that it
".ncOmiiages dishonesty in other directions.
Many young people are now beginning to feel that only a fool
works hard for a living... and to accumulate a substantial nest egg.
It is sot much easier ... so much more fun ... to steal the rewards of
nat,,iher inan's labour.

Sometimes I feel that the average person doesn't understand
ith.it when a public man dips his hand into the public purse he is
h liir' from everyone living in a community. It is YOUR money
k'l' MY money that he is taking.
it is ... all of us ... who pay the exorbitant salaries and other
*;Illowh\ances government men have voted themselves.
It is we who pay for all the useless trips that are made and all
the extravagant entertaining that this entails.
It is we who pay for a tin pan navy that doesn't meet the needs
o t the nation when we could still have had the more effective
-a vices of the Royal Navy free of charge.
It is we who pay for the lighthouses that mark the dangerous
' lir.iiels in the archipelago. These lights were erected by the
Hiiinsh government. staffed and serviced by them for 136 years
Sithouit any charge to the Bahamian people.
It is ve who pay for all the unnecessarily large buildings
ticItled by government to house public offices. These are status
smlbols tor small men. The former government performed far
rio,0t efficiently in smaller and far less pretentious premises.
It is we who pay to maintain useless peacocks in London,
V\ el ,niot ,and Miami and all the extraordinary expenses
:entailed in these operations.
lone of the last few items I have listed may be considered
lii0gnly questionable. except possibly in the case of the Post
olt ice. The large over-expenditure on this building has never been
piopeily explained.
But they are all the result of childish stupidity in govecrnminnt.
****
What really is dishonest in my opinion is the way public
contracts have been handed out to chosen members of the Square
Deal Club, often without calling for tenders ... and, still more
brazenly, when tenders are called, handed out to the highest
bidder who, in many cases, has had no experience in the work for
\which lie has contracted.
Hut the price is large enough for him to sub-contract it to a
i,apable firm and skim a handsome profit off the top for himself.
Some sub-contracts have been given to American firms while
there were Bahamians who were capable of doing the job.
rhe tentible thing about it is tf.at certain members of the
government t make no effort to conceal these practices. Indeed,
.,it'e of them make public statements and boast about what they
are doing.
Are these men just plain stupid or are they amoral with no
itnderstanding of honest practices in public office?
)Or do they feel that the people are so ignorant that these
excesses will not be called into question?

I hele are people in Nassau today who will tell you that "thiniigs
oie picking up
SMaybe they are ... but in the wong direction.
Real estate is still selling. Land is still being bought by
foreigners who are anxious to bury their money somewhere and
who have no idea of the undercurrents that are now at work in
th- Bahamas
I anm told that there has been quite a rush of German money in
real estate investment. Abaco seems to be a popular spot. This
may be so because of the hope by some people that this island
-wili eet its independence from the central government in Nassau.
But it is for this reason alone that the government will try to hold
ion to Abaco because they know that an independent Abaco
:would quickly drain expatriate business 'from other islands in the

Land is still selling but dozens of letters are pouring into


The tragedy of



PLP Conclaves


AFTER THE DISAS I ROUS
Small Hope Bay Conclave cof
the PLP things went Iromi had
to worse in the governmentnt
and in the country, lhe
breaking of Freepi t was
almost accomplished and there
were murnmurings in thle p-irty
about what looked hkke the
setting in oft an f overall
economic decline.
In 1969 the county i had
chalked up its biggest increase
in tourist gro th, a nearly 25
per cent increase over the
previous year. But now tourisin
was in trouble at the precise
time that investor confidence
was also on the ebb and by the
end of the year the tigines
would show no increase at all
in 1970- A decline, in fact.
Prime Minister I .)
Pindling dismissed the
murmnurings as the r -sult t1


Nassau today\ .. we eiceivc sene ,i1


--"I


propaganda put out froin
dissatisfied elements in
Freeport. lHe claimed to have
access to the proper indices
which enabled him to judge
that there was nothing really
wrong wili the country as a
whole and that the Freeport
decline was only a temporary
jrnd necessary phase.
lie was wrong, of course,
and the inmurmurings increased
in the party as the revenue
'tarted to show disturbing signs
and t.ji employment shifted to
gro ;ing unemployment.
I icepoit was no longer the
magic city ready to offer
opportunities and the good life
t any number of ambitious
Bahamians from New
Providence and the other
IFamilc Islands. We were on the
road to hell
That summer the Prime


their .. enquiting about land


that now seems to have no resale value. A recent writer asked me
if a certain development at x.nima is just another South Sea
bubble. lie said lie only bought it because sales were being
handled by a repulatible in in England No this firn-i tells him
that it is no l',nger handhlig th,'s pirperty.
An American subdivided a laige scope cf land at t xina. It is
estimated that lie made betken tent anid twenl\ million dollars
out of the deal. And thele were no taxes on this operation.
There \as nothing iin'egtl.ii :ibi thle sales biut people who
bought lhis property now liinl that neither the company who
sold them the land 1noi anyl ohilr company i will handle it ons a
resale basis. The icas, o is that th-c .Are just no buyers for this
land now.
In spite of dc[t>c s,,-id cl n ilwiii n ; rl epoit. land is still selling
there. It is being bu.'lhl I .'.'I. hby people in Europe "sight
unseen-".
And so real eto.ste people w, ill 11 \,u that .-,nditions are
improving.
But no building is being done. Thousands ofatine who tor years
made a halndsme kin leii.r in ihr rstrucltitn business have been
ot) t t wit rl-. ' .. l ; a job in
the forseeablc 'ot.r e
No country\ can !,- .ii : ) .' -. int when its people are
unemilployed

Soiile ot the ic'.i lawivt : \iil cl i i, t thl tlhei business is
boomi ing. This is tie. lhi s cluirc's i'.rosughl real estate activity and
particularly in soirni cases hbeic.ise \s ;isau has become a refuge for
international operate i o question'hbie characters.
We have on file a copy of a receipt for S5,000 trom a mani who
styled himself a "broker". lHe received this money with an
agreement for about another S30.000 to comee for
"introducing" one of these questionable characters to the "tight
people". He certainly introduced this otperaitor to the right people
because lie had on his Board of Directors several of the Square
Deal boys including a Baptist minister.
This man packed up ;.inl cleared o-v' ith a tat lot of money
when The Tribune started t)o probe too deeply into his operation.
It was common knowledge hiat lie had a long record of
fraudulent operations in the U.S.!
Didn't the government, who takes months to check on a work
permit for reputable local busincMe ',lern. know about this man's
sea;n) background wlihen the\ allt', d hmui r ctmine to) Nssau to
enter into business?

The banks arce dloiin well. especially those engaged in
Furo-dollar operationss, is ii a .1 !fl in .ni'g iiiteri at iotial trade
but it doesn't provide employment I'or the thousands of people
who are now walking the street's wi'ith.iut any liope of finding a
job.

The hotels are doing billy. I oit i.f t st tlitie since 1950 when
Sir Stafford S:inds too k oc's ian inisfliip ol the Development
Board now, known as lithe tMiiis \ ,f I iiiitn i and launched
the colony as ai ear-cs iiio d s icwsoi. |iis thrcie been any turning
back. Ulp to that ii ti \' sau had :t ltir liontillis winter tourist
season and lice c w.is pral iically rio c ivil' in the Out Islands.
Now some hotcls aie lJosing Jidt,\ii c npletely for the summer
a! least, while otiicis aleI la\ ing ot lf stall I e government has felt
obliged to biti thlie' hotels t keep the liotel business from
collapsing
It is here whe e you ,et a coimiet icwasui e of how a country is
doing. A coun0 i \ is situind ,ind ,i society is secure only when it can
be said that its working people .ire gailnfully employed.
Anyone who call sug'si that conditions in Nassau today are
imp,,iing is only living l a fool's pasr die cause the day of
reckoning must ... and will .. c ilce

Lest the politicians should think t I ming.li be deliberately
neglecting them I must not overloo,,k ithl .ict lialt some of then
are doing very w\ ell for thenc lses e\ii,ioiliniiia l well tromi all
appearances. You only need to iduve !mong \11 Min inI. Row today
to get an impression 0of the ineasuie o, their success It is fabulous
... really fantastic!
Surely they must ihae I'ounid :1 score' li one\ tree

These are the milen wIio piomised the people greater
opportunities for theii children and reduction in tihe cost of living
.. and eower taxes.
From the day the P [..P government took over the country
prices have been sksiocketing. taxes have been exorbitantly
increased and, for the first time mi nearly a half century,
thousands of our people are unemplo ed. Worst of all, the future
is dark for thousands o, children wiho pour out of our schools
every year. Th;; govetmlientl has destsi',ed the opportunities that
might have been opened to them mni i a booming economy.

This is all very sad because it didn't have to happen.
The government has tied to blame international conditions for
what is happening in lthe Bahamtas. But why the Bahamas when
other resorts ... a much gicater distance than the Bahamas from
the American market ... are busting at the seams with activity
.and continue to roll in piosperity-
The blame for ourc isfortunes must be placed squarely on the
shoulders of the government.
It is their vicious racial and nationalistic policies, incompetence
born of inexperience, greed, and stupidity that hias brought the
Balhamian people to this unhappy pass.
But most to blame are the people themselves. They are to
blame because they created this monster antd they have
maintained it in office.
It's as simple as that!

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
A people get the kind of government they deserve.-
ANONYMOUS


Minister took a long trip during
which he found time to write a
paper.which lie proclaifried to
be "One Man s Dl)ream. One,
Man's Personal Manifesto on
How to Build a Nation, Safe.
Sound and Strong through
Peace. Understanding and
Love."
The document contained
some worthwhile suggestions
which had been advocated by
other members of the party
from time to time but it
contained some ideas which
were by no means the
consensus of the party at that
time. It also contained some
startling omissions since it
purported to be a blueprint for
the building of a nation.
Furthermore, the whole idea
of a One Man's Personal


Manifesto from a se:
Minister and Lea
supposedly di
organic nation
dangerously dictate
especially since Mr
obviously intended
party accept it
much as a c
punctuation.

1 he most notable
in Mr. Pindling's Ma
with regard to educa
had always been a


dear concern to the PLP over
the years. It is an extraordinary
insight into the mentality of
the man that a blueprint
which he put forward for the
building oat a nation "safe,
sound and strong through
peace, understanding and love"


TODAYlllHISORi


Bn The Associated t'reus
1-(1)5AY is Saturday, Auigust
31st. t-li 2 .13rd day t,f 1974. There
are 1 22 s Itll(;ll.t I '.H I ; S in history on this
date:
1973 Rescue crews work to
save two men trapped in midget
submarine, which had been laying
trans-Atlaittic cable, on floor of
Atlantic Ocean ISO miles off
Ireland.
1972 U.S. President Nixon and
Japanese Premier Tanaka begin a
two-day meeting in Hawaii.
1968 The United States
charges that the Soviet Union has
upset the long-standing tnili4ary
balance of power in Europe* by
massing hundreds of thousands of
troops against C/echoslovakia.
1962 -- Trinidad and Tobago
become independent nation within
British Commonwealth.
1961 Last Spanish troops leave
Morocco.


1957 Independence of the
federation of Malaya goes into
forlce.
1947 Communists score
significant successes in Hungarian
elections.
1942 German General
Rommel renews offensive against
British at Alam Haifa in North
Africa but is driven back to original
lines.
1940 British air force strikes
centre of Berlin for first time in
World War Two.
1939 Attempts by French
Premier Daladier and British Prime
Minister Chamberlain to negotiate
with Adolf Hitler of Gernttny fail;
Britain begins evacuation of women
and children from London; Russia's
Supreme Soviet ratifies
non-aearession pact with Germany.
1935 U.S. President
Franklin D. Roosevelt signs
neutrality act prohibiting export of


upon the expiry of the existing
licences. That story is also
well-known except that some
people are inclined to blame
l)eputy Prime Minister A. D.
Ilainn.i almost exclusively for
the final adoption of that
policy by Parliament.
0,-. the question of
independence there were in the
PLP only a very few people
who were opposed to the idea
of independence. The majority
accepted the inevitability of
independence but thought that


And as the Convention
opened, the Maximum n Leader
himself made the message clear
when he told all those who
could not fish his fish or cut
his bait to get to hell out of his
boat.
All of that after the Gambier
Conclave. As the rindling
administration took the
country further along the road
to hell, there was ye: another
conclave in that yea:, this time
at South Beach.


contained nothing about no great haste was necessary. [t
education, was my own view that
One of the interesting things Government should first
suggested by the Prime strengthen the nation in
Minister, in the light of freedom, prosperity and
subsequent events, was that goodwill.
"Steps should be taken It was in 1970 when the
immediately to ... bring about country was obviously heading
the formation, or encourage into serious economic
the transformation, of at least difficulties that Mr. Pindling
one international airline as a set the date for independence
Bahamian flag carrier which when he said that it should
would be substantially owned come "not earlier than 1972
and controlled by Bahamians." and not later than 1974."
Mr. Pindling went on to say History now records that it
that there was no true came right in the middle of
Bahamian flag carrier in 1973.
existence at that time. But ******
under his own administration, It was with that
by his own personal invitation controversial document in their
and in negotiations headed by hands that the PI.P hierarchy
himself, Mr. Pindling got an went into another conclave,
English group to take over and this time at Gambier House, in
upgrade Bahamas Airways in September 1970.
return for the designation as a The idea was to settle
flag carrier and in return for outstanding differences and
the Government's assurance to come to some consensus on the
hold certain routes for the issues which were exercising
airline, the minds of the members
Furthermore, the group had before the 1970 Convention.
agreed to sell the Government There was much debate but
25 percent of the shares at par the Prime Minister did not
when the airline would be budge and his Manifesto was
operating at a profit and to presented to the Convention
rving Prime make even more shares without one single addition or
der of a available either to be picked up change. What he did do was to
democratic by the Government or by the set the stage to discredit
looked public' publicly, and in advance, those
orial and Bahamas Airways was of his colleagues who intended
r. Pindling faithfully carrying out its to raise critical issues at tihe
to have the part of the bargain but the Convention.
without so Prime Minister was obviously On the national radio the
change of thinking of other things. The then Senator Henry Bowen,
rest of that story is speaking from Freeport just
well-known, before the Consention, hailed
e omission Mr. Pindling also made it Mr. Pindling as the Maximum
nifesto was clear in his Manifesto that he Leader and accused of treason
ition which favoured a take-over of the all those who would dare to
subject of casinos by the Government question him.


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GENERAL MANAGER


ESTERLETTA ADDERLEY


CAROLYN RUSSELL


MARGARET ALBURY


NORA ALBURY ELAINE DEVEAUX


Nine more girls enter beauty contest


NINE other Bahamian girls
have entered the Miss
Bahamas Beauty Pageant
which is to be held
tomorrow evening at the
Cabaret Theatre Paradise
Island. The new contestants,
whose pictures appear on this
page are: Cleomi Wood, Sonia
Chipman, Bertha Ritchie,
Elizabeth Knowles, Margaret
Albury, Nora Patrica Albury,


Carolyn Patricia Russell, Elaine
Deveaux and Esterletta
Adderley.
Cleomi Wood was born in
Nassau May 14, 1954 and
educated at Eastern Prep., R.
M. Bailey High and C. R.
Walker Technical College. She
holds a BJC in mathematics
and cookery and also Pitman
typwriting stage one and a
shorthand and theory award.


CHAPEL ON THE MILL
Nassau Christian and Missionary Alliance Church
Harold Road west of Independence Drive
Rev. Weldon B. Blackford, Pastor

WORSHIP HOUR 11 a.m.


GOSPEL HOUR 7:30 p.m.




SOLDIER RD. OLD TRAIL

Sun. Sch: 10 a.m.
Preaching: 11 a.m. 7:30 p.m.
Wed: Prayer & Praise: 7:30 p.m.
S Fri: Youth Fellowship: 7:30 p.m.


Pastor I
H. Mills


. CHRIST-CENTRED-SOUL-WINNING
FRIENDLY & INFORMAL CHURCH.
- -I. I


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P. O. Box N3622.


Miss Wood, 4 ft. 11 ins,
weighs 130 lbs on a 36-27-40
frame and is entered as Miss
Mic Mac.
Sonia Chipman, born in
Nassau May 14, 1951, and
educated at Government High,
is a clerk at the Royal Bank of
Canada and hopes to be an
accountant. Sponsored by her
employers she loves sewing,
dancing, cooking, travelling
and meeting people. She is 5 ft.
5 ins, weighs I10 pounds and
has statistics of 33-22-36.
Bertha Ritchie was born in
Long Island, Feb 21, 1954 and
educated at Buckley's High
School. A ledger keeper at the
Bank of Nova Scotia, she
weighs 130 pounds, is 5 ft. 8
ins tall and her statistics are
34-24-36. She is entered as
Miss Fashion Post.
Elizabeth Knowles was born
in Nassau Sept. 18, 1951 and
educated at St. Anne's School
and Aquinas College where she
obtained a certificate in


commercial subjects. She loves
sports and enjoys sailing, skin
diving, tennis and softball. A
secretary with Arnold Cargill
Building Enterprises, she is 5
ft. 11 ins, weighs 145 pounds
and has statistics of 39-28-39.
Her ambition is to become a
housewife and mother.
Margaret Albury, burn in
-Nassau March 5, 1955 and
educated at Western Junior and
Government High obtained
five GCE 'O0' levels in English
Language, literature,
geography, biology and
commerce.
A bank clerk at Chase
Manhattan Bank, she wants to
become a physical education
instructor or an accountant.
Chosen Sportswoman of the
Year in 1973 she is captain of
the Ladies National Volleyball
team.
She is 5ft 8 ins, 140 pounds
on a 37-28-38 frame and is
sponsored as Miss Happy
People Marina.


SONIA ILIZABETH
CHIPMAN KNOWL.ES


BACK TOSCHOOL BUYS


BOYS PANTS
POLYESTER Size 4-6 yrs. $5.00 up.
POLYESTER Size 8-18 yrs. $8.00 up.
DACRON/COTTON Perma Press Drill
Size 8-18 yrs. $6.50 up.
SHIRTS White & cols. s/sleeve $3.80 up.

SCHOOL UNIFORM MATERIAL
Ginghams, stripes and asstd. solid
colours.. $1.85 up.
GIRL'S KNEE LENGTH SOCKS
BOY'S HANES UNDERWEAR
SOCKS -BELTS

PARTIES DRY GOODS STORE
228 Bay Street Phone 2-2943


Nora Albury was born in
Harbour Island March 5, 1955.
attended Eastern Secondary
School and Prince William High
and holds five BJC, first aid
and sports certificates.
A dressmaker, she would
like to become a fashion
designer and is being sponsored
by Asheron Boutique. She is 5
ft. 8 ins, 126 pounds, and has
statistics of 33-24-38.
Carolyn Russell was born in
West End, Grand Bahama June
8, 1957 and educated at West


X-WORD
EXPLANATIONS OF MORE
DIFFICULT CLUES
CLUES DOWN:
1. DELAYED not relayed.
Since time is often vital
u n d e r t h e se
circumstances, DELAYED
is more apt. l-Even a
garbled version of the
"message" (i.e. a "badly
relayed" one) should
bring some assistance -
and it won't be late.
2. HEEL not keel.
"Suddenly HEEL over"
like a real sailing boat and
then right itself, yes, but
if "it heels over, it" is
behaving as one would
hate a real boat to do, and
thus would hardly
"delight" the "small
boy."
3. WILY not wiry. "Identical
twins" usually think alike,
too, making one usually as
WILY as "the other."
However, since these
"identical twins" are
"well known to you," one
"t w in" could have
incurred an illness, for
instance, of which you'd
surely be aware, leaving
the one less wiry than the
other.
6. PUNTING not hunting.
An "alert doctor's wife"
would know that "a
vigorous hunting scene"
might indeed prove
offensive to various
people, so she'd be wary
of "hanging it in the
patients' waiting room."
There's no such concern
about the inoffensive
"vigorous PUNTING
scene." Bunting is too
vague.
8. IRELAND not Iceland.
The general nature of the
clue favors a common
language spoken by "you"
and the person "recently


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RETAIL &
SWHOLESALE E


AIDDIN
CEPTS-


End Secondary school and
Freeport High.
A receptionist at the
International Hotel, Freeport,
Carolyn would like to be a
journalist. Entered as Miss
Grand Bahama she is 5 ft. 6
ins. 125 pounds and has
34-25-36 statistics.
Elaine Deveaux was born in
Nassau and educated at
Xavier's College, Nassau
Technical and Shaw's Business
College, Toronto. She holds
certificates in secretarial
studies from Nassau Tech. and
Shaw's.
A statistical typist at Trust
Corporation of Bahamas, she
hopes to become a cosmetic
consultant. She enjoys reading,
travelling, tennis and meeting
people and is an active member
of the Bahamas Mental Health
Association and went to the
Caribbean Federation meeting
in Surinam in 1970.
She is 5 ft 9 ins, 123
pounds, measures 34-24-36 and


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BERTHA CLEOMI
RITCHIE: WOOD


is sponsored by Princess
Boutique.
Esterletta Adderley was
burn in Nassau, August 22;
1954 and educated at Xaviers'S
College.
Entered as Miss Atlantic
Jadeite, she is being sponsored
by The Atlantic Jadeite Club.
Her ambition is to become a
part time model.
Esterletta's hobbies are
dancing, travelling and meeting
people. She is 125 pounds,
5'4" and has statistics of
34-26-38.


SOLUTION
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person "from Iceland"
order to A P

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.0 A 0 A L
S CH A GE A
5 NACK T E M
from" another country,
favoring IRELAND. The
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whether "you" and the
person "from Iceland"
can communicate readily
in a common language in
order to fit the clue


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THE TRIBUNE . Saturday, August 31, 1974
-


NOTICE OF SITTING OF THE PORT AUTHORITY
TO CONSIDER APPLICATIONS FOR LICENCES
UNDER
THE BOAT REGISTRATION ACT (CHAPTER 289).


Notice. is hereby given that a sitting of the Port Authority for the Island of New
Providence will be held at the Port Office on Thursday 12th September, 1974 at
3:00 p.m. for the purpose of granting licences under The Boat Registration Act
Chapter 289. Any person entitled and wishing to object to any application should
do so at least six (6) days before the date set for the hearing by submitting his
objection in writing to The Board of the Port Authority, Nassau and by forwarding a
copy of the objection to the applicant.

The undermentioned persons have applied for a grant of the licence specified
below: -


NAME AND ADDRESS
OF APPLICANT


RENEWALS BOA
NP: 1294 Freedom Ships Ltd.,
P.O. Box 14359

NP: 1346 Grant La Mothe
P. 0. Box 9473


TRANSFER
FROM: Wade Sands
P. 0. Box 76
Bahamas


NAME AND
DESCRIPTION
OF VESSEL


IT LICENCES NEW PROVIDENCE
M.V. "New Day"
154' Steel Welded Cargo


"Billiken"
54'6" Steel Hull
Motor Sailer


RENEWAL NEW PROVIDENCE
"Sealane"
175' Motor Vessel


CLASS OF
LICENCE
APPLIED FOR


"A"


"B"


"A"


SHIRLEY

STREET

NOW SHOWING thru
Thursday, The Neptune Factor
matinees at 3.00 and 3.55,
evening 9.00.
The Neptune Factor exposes
its audience to one of the
greatest under-sea odysseys
ever filmed and produced by
20th Century Fox. And
under-sea study in the Atlantic
Ocean by a group of scientists
is hampered by sea-quake that
causes contact to be broken
with an experimental station
submarine and its mother ship.
Ben Gazzara, playing the
role of an astute submarine
captain, takes his underwater


ship into a huge cavern to find
his comrades.
Working their way through
the caveran in pursuit of the
experimental station, they
share in amazement at sea
animals one hundred times
their normal size.
The film stars Yvette
Mimieux as an ichtyologists,
Chris Wiggins, Ernest Borgnfne,
Donelly Rhodes and Walter
Pidgeon.
A startling movie that takes
a futuristic approach to
underwater exploration, the
movie was filmed in panavision
in Canada.
Starts Friday, The Suga
Express matinees at 2.45 and
4.55, evening 9.00. Parental
discretion is advised.


RENEWALS
MASTER'S LICENCE NEW PROVIDENCE


NAME AND ADDRESS
OF APPLICANT

Mervin Ferguson
Delectable Bay Acklins


Elton Oscar Taylor
P. O. Box 2401
Nassau


D.R.D. Importers Ltd
Sandringham House
83 Shirley St.
Nassau Bahamas


FROM: Pinder & Sons
Spanish Wells
Bahamas


"Rainbow III formerly
"C-Me-Go"
35' Glass Boat


"B"


Maurice Alphonse Barbes
Matthew Town inagua

Sidney Saunders
General Post Office


TO: Donald Rolle
Rainbow Cruises
P. O. Box N-1 901
Nassau
NEW APPLICATIONS BOAT LICENCES NEW PROVIDENCE


NP: 1488 W. Hullen Darville
P.O. Box 61
George Town Exuma
NP: 1489 Chichester Shipping Co.
Port Everglades Fla.


T. Goodwin
P.O. Box 835
Nassau Bahamas

Simon Bowleg


American Canadian
Line Inc.
461 Water St.
Warren R.I. 02885


NP: 1487 Kloster Roderi S/A
Oslo Norway


Kermit G. Williams
P. 0. Box N-7957
Nassau, Bahamas

Marcona Ocean Indus
Ltd.
2455 E. Sunrise Blvd.
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
33304


"George Town Express"
85' Steel Hull


M.V. Andros Venture
Bruce Maura
13'" Checkmate Fiberglass

"Pipers Song"
30' Ketch Rig Sail Boat


"Owen"
35' Chris Craft


M.V. New Shoreham
125' Steel and Alum
Cruise Boat


M.S. "Southward"
536' Passenger ship


"A"


"A"
"Strikes"


"B"



"A"


"A"


"A"


"Calypso Queen"
58' Mahogany Glass Bottom


"Muledozer"


"A. L. Spencer"
62' Tug


do Derrick Barge
50' Barge
NEW APPLICATIONS BOAT LICENCES ANDROS BAHAMAS


AD: 2203 Neville Russell
Lowe Sound Andros

AD: 2202 Hillard Miller
Conch Sound Andros
AD: 2201 Joseph Rolle
Lowe Sound Andros


"No Name
14' Mckee craft Whaler
"No Name"
13' Boston Whaler
"Choralee"


"A"


"A"


"A."


"B"

"B"


NEW APPLICATIONS BOAT LICENCES BAILEY TOWN BIMINI


Neville Rollc
Bailey Town Bimini


"Mary Elane"
73' Freighter
Bahamas


NEW APPLICATIONS BOAT LICENCES NICHOLLS TOWN ANDROS


Merton V. Evans
Nicholls Town Andros
Henry Roberts
Nicholls Town Andros
Henry Roberts
Nicholls Town Andros

Henry Roberts

Henry Roberts
Nicholls Town Andros
- do


"Susan E'"
14' Bahamian
"No Name
13' Boston Whaler
"No Name"
1 2ft Sunfish Sail Boat
"No Name"
12' Sunfish Sailboat
"No Name"
12' Sun fish Sail Boat
"No Name"

"No Name"
12' Sun fish Sail Boat

"No Name"
12' Sun fish Sail Boat
"No Name"
22'2" Aqua Sports


"B"


CLASS OF LICENCE
APPLIED FOR


"A"


"A"



"A"


"B"


NEW APPLICATIONS
MASTER'S LICENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE


Jan Erik Jensen
Sandefjord Norway
Everette William Roberts
P. 0. Box N-956
Nassau Bahamas


James Gay
P.O. Box 1195


Henry Isiah Adderley
P. 0. Box 2504
G,,ants Town
Nassau Bahamas

Thomas J. Goodwin
P. O. Box 835
Nassau Bahamas


Franklin Barr
P. 0. Box 750
Nassau Bahamas


Michael A. Brown
P. O. Box 5755
Nassau Harbour Club
Nassau Bahamas

Joseph Moxey
P. O. Box N-4319
Nassau Bahamas

Bob Garaway
P. O. Box Nl1195
Nassau Bahamas

Austin Campbell
Chub Cay Bahamas

Stanford Johnson
Chub Cay Bahamas

Frank X. Jozwick
Matthew Town Inagua
Bahamas
Henry Roberts
Nicholls Town Andros
Bahamas
Simon Bowleg
Nicholls Town Andros
Bahamas

John Brice Pinder
P. O. Box 5693
Nassau Yacht Haven
Bahamas.

Ezra Rolle
Mastic Point Andros
Bahamas
Calvin Kemp
East Street South
Nassau.


"A"

"A"



"A"


"A"


"B"



"A"



"A"


"A"



"A"


"A"


"A"


"B"


"A"


"B"


"A"


Roscoe Wallace
"D" P. 0. Box 8045
Nassau Bahamas


W. A. G. SYMMONETT
Acting Port Director


Dated August 26th, 1974.


WULFF

ROAD
NOW SHOWING thru
Friday, Up Town Saturday
Night plus Cleopatra Jones
Sunday showings continuous
from 4:45. Monday thru Friday
matinee continuous from 1.30.
evening 8.30. Parental
discretion is advised.

SAVOY

THEATRE
SATURDAY night 8.30,
thru Tuesday, The Strangers
Gundown plus Light at the
Edge of the World Sunday thru
Tuesday matinee starts at 1.45,
evening 8.30 Plus late feature
Tuesday night.
When a group of wreckers,
headed by Yul Brynner decide
to take control of a lighthouse
known as "The Light at the
Edge .of the World to modern
day seamen its assistant
keeper, Kirk Douglas, puts up
staunch resistance until the
band is destroyed.
In the movie, Douglas
works with Fernando Rey, an
aging ex-sea captian with a
strong sense of duty, who
overlooks the lighthouse's
operations and Massimo
Ranieri. Ranieri and Rey are
killed by the band of wreckers
and a fascinating fight for
survival follows by Douglas.
Also appearing in the movie
is beautiful Samantha Eggar,
portraying a young
noblewoman returning from
San Francisco to her native
England.
Produced by Kirk Douglas,
the National General Pictures
release is presented by
Alexandre Salkind and directed
by Kevin Billington.
Wednesday thru Friday,
"Pocket Money" plus "Mafia"
matinee starts at 2.00, evening
8.30. plus late feature Friday
night.
Pocket Money, a con-
temporary western, starring
Paul Newman and Lee Marvin
takes setting in a crude corral
in Mexico that later gives way
to tremendous action.

Reed Williams

in concert
ACCLAIMED operatic
singer and concert pianist Reed
Williams will appear in a
Classical-Religious concert to
be held in the Governor's hall
of the Sheraton British
Colonial Hotel at 9 p.m. on
Sunday, September 1.
Mr. Williams, winner of
several awards including two
first prize award of the
Metropolitan Opera District
Competition and the Mozart
Society, for studies in Austria,
has been billed as the "Black
Mario Lanza."
His vocal studies began at
the Cincinnati Conservatory
of Music. He has also studied at
the Mozarteum Hochshule Fur
Music, Salzburg, and the Curtis
Institute of Music,
Philadelphia.
His performances have taken
him throughout Europe
including Munich, Geneva,
Veinna and Salzburg.
His performances in the
United States have been with
several well known orchestras
including the New World
Symphony Orchestra, N.Y.,
Cincinnatti Symphony
Orchestra and the Greater
Miami Philharmonic Orchestra.
Mr. Williams is expected to
return to Europe for several
engagements in the near future.
Also appearing Sunday, in
the first major recital his recent
return to the Bahamas from
studies abroad will be Mr.
Gladstone Adderley, baritone
soloist. The concert is a
UMEMCO Productions
nres entationn


BAHAMAS GOOMBAY
Summer Showcase the
popular radio programme
designed to keep the public
informed of events during
the Goombay Summer
period wraps up with a
review of Goombay
Summer this coming
Monday at 8 p.m. on Radio
Bahamas.
Tourism Minister,
Clement Maynard and
Director Basil Atkinson, as
well as the Assistant
Director and Co-ordinator
of the summer festivity,
Basil Albury, will lead a
host of persons who are
involved; in Goombav
Summer '74.
Others appearing on the
Show, produced for the
Ministry of Tourism, by
Michael A. Symonette of
the public relations
firm-Management
Communication Services
Limited, will be the
President of the Straw
Vendors Association, the
Taxi Union President, a
representative from the
Bahamas Christian Council
and a Chamber of
Commerce member.
Trend (Bahamas) Limited
director, Mrs. Jeanette
Wilkinson, along with Henry
Ross of the Nassau/Paradise
Island Promotion Board will
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participation in the Fashion
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Manager of the Tourist
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with Dick Malcolm will
discuss their involvement in
Goombay '74.
A special innovation of
Goombay Summer '74 -
Guest Artists in concert will
be discussed on a panel
comprising Winston
Saunders, Clement Bethel,
Kayla Lockhard.Edwards,
Jeanne Thompson and
James Catalyn.
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night's special show will also
be entertained by the
Chamber Singers and
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.1 I791I
LOT of land in Blair
Subdivision 60x120 Cash
$5,500. Terms $6,000. Call
23735.

C16450
MUST SELL: Corner Lot,
Seabreeze, Section 1 100 x
100 ft. Will accept first $6,000
qffer. Telephone 2-4350, or
3-5238 after 6.

C17287
SEA BREEZE VICINITY. Lots
50 x 260. $4000 cash or terms
$300 down and balance
financed at $103.03 month.
ALSO, lots 70 x 550 $6500.
$400 down. Balance financed
at $151.80 month. Tel: 4-1141
any day or night or 2-3027.
MORLEY & O'BRIEN
REAL ESTATE LTD.

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

Telephone 2-7667 24815

C16118
PRIVATE BEACH AND
LAKE. Spacious 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 or, night
or 2-4148. MORLEY &
O'BRIEN REAL ESTATE
(BREA BROKERS).

C17363
Buy a nice good acre of land
for living or farming, at a very
low price. The offer is limited.
Hurry. Tel. 3-5748.


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.

C17311
COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
3 Lots, Chesapeake Road
Pyfrom's Subdivision 150 x
105 asking $35,000.00.
Interfield Road vicinity YWCA
100 x 600 or 60,000 sq. ft.
Askinq $50,000.00.
JEROME AVENUE AND
WULFF ROAD 39,488 sq. ft.
asking $85,000.0U.
Lot 55. x 105 or 5775 sq. ft.
Southeast Corner Chesapeake
and Arawak, asking
$10,000.00.
SOUTHWEST CORNER
Bernard and Dan Nottage
20,660 sq.ft. (97x213) asking
$35,000.00.
PYFROM'S ESTATES
Northeast Corner Chesapeake
and Arawak 55 x 105 asking
$10,000.00.
DIAL DAMIANOS 22305,
22307 evenings 41197.

C17309
ATTRACTIVE three-bedroom,
two-bath residence Village
Road hilltop, separate dining
room, study, patio, porch, etc.
plus garage apartment. $65,000
furnished.
Attractive residence on large
lot Montagu hilltop area three
bedrooms, two baths, living
room, Bahama room, separate
dining room, large kitchen,
detached garage, maid's room
and laundry. Asking price
$55,000 furnished.
Charming Cable Beach
residence near the sea. 3
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, large
living/dining, patio, kitchen,
laundry, carport. Lot 100 ft. x
120 ft. $55,000 furnished.
H. G. CHRISTIE LTD.
Phone 21041/2/3/4.
C16107
WOLSEY HALL
ME OXFORD CORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE
Whatever t hequahlr-allon o .ini.
G (.'E 0' and *A' evl. a Lnond
Univcrsil. Degree. Profc- on.il I -
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A mtlaiani e of tiion n urtili ow pa-
An ou tandtngt eoid ofkwuxc [ orf
Cxampli 7'".. ofi Viokc fHall tnudcits
iiciig for I A honour, deai.-ce have
paved m inhc tal 7 car,
SOver 7? years of pernentc rc;.uiing in
the mt fiekteini modern mnthod- of
titall.achhing h. airmail ifrequied
Permonal ituilimon t mret 'our precri.i
requirelnent,.
L* Lo fer's spa athth) nalmenti
If you nt I kno ho ~ to
prepare for a ,%uceoful future
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C16121
TRAVELLING?
For efficitet friendly
advice off Woridwide
DestlnatLpnvby Airline or
Steamnsh is. Contact
MUNDY OURS at
24512.



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C17374
TWO furnished, two bedroom
one bath apartments. Rosetta
Street, Palmdale. For
information phone 32036.

C17390
1 Bedroom apartment,
completely furnished Village
Road area near Queen's
Collage. Telephone 4-1177.

C17385

THE WAKEFIELD
APARTMENTS
Corner Cordeaux Avenue and
Watfins Street One and
Two-bedroom apartments,
completely furnished.
Telephone: Daytime 28272,
after 6.00 p.m. 53418.

C1 7386
2 bedroom house,
airconditioned nicely furnished
Quiet neighbourhood near
Village Road. $375 per month.
Phone 31830 24402.

C 17360
TWO 2 bedroom
unfurnished apartments,
Hawkins Hill. $160,000 per
month. Telephone 3-1512.

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.

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

C17310
ONE 2-bedroom apartment,
one efficiency apartment,
available. Centreville. Call Don
Pritchard 5-8679.

C17281
ONE bedroom furnished
apartment, Shirley Slope.
$250. Call 3-1671/2 9 a.m. 5
p.m.; after 5 p.m. 5-2261.

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

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

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

FOR SALE OR RENT


C16489
3 BEDROOM
unfurnished.
Phone 32095.


2 bath house,
Blair Estates,


WANTS TO SNARE
C17356
HOUSE to share out east
ideal for a teacher. Also, have
Yamaha 100 for sale. Call Mr.
Rose 4-2216 or 3-1411.

FOR SALE
C17354
SACRIFICE
CASH AND CARRY SALE
Entire household on sale at
fraction of cost price
Cars
Furniture
Appliances
Clothing
Carpets
Four Days only:
THURSDAY, FRIDAY,
SATURDAY, SUNDAY Large
pink oceanfront house across
from Olympia Hotel (West Bay
Street).
C17294
THOUSANDS AND
THOUSANDS
of items
at Va price
MACKEY STREET
DEPARTMENT STORE
Mackey Street and
Palmdale Avenue
OPPOSITE BAR
20 CORNER.
Telephone 52398
STORE HOURS: Monday -
Friday and Saturday 8 a.m. to
8 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m..
C17295
ALMOST NEW
I two drawer cash register
--$1000.00


1 hot dog macnine $40.00
1 large filing cabinet $60.00
1968 PONTIAC, minor repairs
needed. Car in present use. -
$700.00
Phone 42643 C. Chestnut.


l17364/
One two-speed (260) Sony
Stereophonic tape recorder,
solid state. Price $215.00.
Contact Mr. Moxey: Victoria
Court Apartments, Elizabeth
Avenue. Phone 5-4631.

CARS FOR SALE
C17352
1970 CHEVY NOVA 23400
miles. 4 door, 6 cyl., good
condition. $1900. O.N.O.
Phone 77520 after 6.30 p.m.

C17365
1969 Chevelle Malibu,
beautiful car, well cared for.
Air conditioned, automatic
transmission, white wall tyres.
Very low mileage, small V-8
engine, easy on gas. Phone
2-4996.

C1 7367
One 1974 Morris Marina,
automatic transmission. Like
new very low mileage.
$3,200.00
One 1969 Morris 1100,
automatic transmission. New
paint job. Excellent condition.
$1,200.00 Phone 4-1707 to
view.

CRAFT SMIPPLES

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


MARINE SUPPLIES
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.

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

C17302
60' SHIRIMPER BOAT. M.V.
STAR TRADER. Outfitted
with 400 new crawfish traps,
complete hydraulic system for
hauling traps. WHITE CEDAR
HULL first class condition,
also outfitted for DEEP
WATER RED SNAPPER
FISHING, 3 newest type
electric reels wire lines and all
necessary, fittings including
new extra heavy duty batteries,
165 H.P. CUMMINGS DEISEL
ENGINE in top condition
completely overhauled. Sleeps
6. 10,000 lbs. coldstorage
below deck, 2000 Ibs. NEW
ICE BOX built to ice red
snappers. Can be seen at East
Bay Marina. Phone 51729
JOHN ROBERTS.

C17368
24' BERTRAM CAMPER
Twin 165 h.p. Mercruisers.
Refrigerator, ship-to-shore,
toilet. Excellent condition.
Phone 5-5382.

C17373
ONE 14'6" Orlando Clipper
with 33 H.P. Johnson and
trailer, Electric start. $800
Phone 5-8319 after 5 p.m.

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

j1HEALTH FO
C16497


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


FROM


Lecithin Capsules
Kelp Tablets
Garlic Capsules
Wheat Germ Oil Capsules, Sta.
Acerola Cherry C. Tablets
Desiccated Liver Tablets
Dolomite Magnesium Tablets
High Potency B-Complex
Capsules
Garlic & Parsley Capsules
Junior Formula Tablets
PREVENTION September
1974 issue.
NASSAU DRUG STORE
Phone 5-4506.
MACKEY STREET



C17358
GOODS LEFT OVER 30
DAYS ARE BEING SOLD
FOR COST OF REPAIRS.
RITCHIE ELECTRONICS
NASSAU STREET


ANNOUNCEMENTS
C16417
THE BAHAMAS GOSPEL
MISSION KINDERGARTEN
will reopen on September 2nd
1974 at 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Ages 21/2 to 5 years.
Previous rates have been
reduced. Please call 21338 for
rates and reservation or call at
Mission Office.


C17347
PUREBRED German Shepherd
Puppies 7 weeks old -
already wormed. Telephone
34038.

ENTERTAINMENT

C17312
If you need a Band for Parties,
Weddings or other functions,
Call THE HIGHBERIANS
5-5866


FUNERAL SERVICES
C17388


FUNERAL services for the late
Sarah Jane Knowles, age 65 of
Kemp Road and formerly of
Simms Long Island will be held
at Salem Baptist Church, Kemp
Road at 3 p.m. on Sunday, The
Rev. Enoch Backford Sr. will
officiate and interment will be
in Salem Cemetery.
She is survived by her husband,
Alaster Knowles, three sons
Edwin Wellington and Errol
Knowles; Three daughters.
Gloria Dean, Alice and
Nathalie Knowles. Also
thirteen grandchildren, one
sister, Adrana Knowles and one
brother Albert Dean.


S SCHOOLS

Ci6360
WEE WISDOM
Collins Avenue
Nassau's finest Prep
3 year old Nursery 4 and 5
year old Kiidcrgartan
Low Tuition
Supervised Play
Quality Teaching Programme
Phonics
Reading
Office Hours
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
or call
32641 or 21586

C 17305
SAVE on clothing for yourself
and your family. LEARN TO
SEW with and without
patterns. Competent
Instructors! Simplified lessons.
There a few spaces left.
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.

C17362
Patricia Myers School of Dance
announces registration for New
Term commencing September
7th. For further information
call Mrs. Cartwright, 3-6235.


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

C17293
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.

C17259
SHIRLEA NURSERY SCHOOL
& DAY CARE CENTRE

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

HELP WANTED
C17371
SERVICE MANAGER
desired by
car dealership in
FREEPORT
DUTIES: Supervision of
service department including
new car preparation, warranty
claims, and preparation of
standard job times as
recommended by factory.
EXPERIENCE: Minimum 5
years as a grade I mechanic
including 2 years on VW and
B.M.C. vehicles, plus 2 years as
a service writer or service
manager.
AGE: 25 to 45 years.
Write with complete resume
to:-
General Manager
Volume Wheels
(Freeport) Ltd.
P. 0. Box F2467


C16126
WANTED IMMEDIATELY
Experienced Offset Pressman,
40 hours per week, good
working conditions. APPLY
BAHAMAS PRINTING, Oake.,
Field.
C17308
REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY
Paint Technician with 5-8 yea..
experience for a managerial
position. Refe,'-nces required.
Phone 57939 )r write P. 0.
Bl(x 5599, Nass j.

C1549EC
BAHAMAS Princess Hotel
requires 2 CHEF
ENTREMETIER. Must have
extensive knowledge of all
vegetables and methods
involving temperature control
and cooking procedures. Must
have knowledge of the sauces
required and knowledge of
plate presentation. Must have
at least three years experience
in same or related position in a
large hotel or successful
restaurant. Good references
and clean police certificate
absolutely essential.
Bahamas Princess Hotel
requires an ASSISTANT
RESERVATION MAN-
AGERESS to be under
the direct supervision of the
reservation manager. Will be
responsible for the
maintenance of reservations
department for 1200 room
hotel. Involved with the
implementation and
maintenance of reservations
systems involving day to day
occupancy, rate control, and
room projection for future
business. Specialized
knowledge of international
transportation, travel agencies,
and wholesalers essential.
Knowledge of accounting
procedures related to room
revenue and commission
essential. Proven ability to
supervise reservations and i orit
office staff essential. Good
references and clean police
certificate absolutely essential.
Interested applicants apply to
Bahamas Princess personnel
office, P. 0. Box F20/,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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.

C17361
PIANIST for Classical Ballet
classes, with ability to
improvise and read music. Suits
retired teacher. Contact Mrs.
Cartwright, 3-6235.


Cl 7366
SALESMAN, between 18 & 25
years. Apply at Tom's
Enterprises, Palmdale Avenue
& Md( key Street.

C173!)5
ENTERTAINERS NEEDED at
Dirty Dick's
Limbo Dancer
Shake Dancer
Under new entertainment
director Mr. David Kemp.
Telephone 5-7116.

C17333
MARKETING AND
ME RCHANDISING
businesswoman capable of
organising and directing all
phases of sales promotions.
Training sales personnel in
modei n merchandising
methods of the retail and
wholesale perfume and
cosmetic business a must
Applicant must have at least a
basic knowledge of French and
Spanish, and four years
experience in the retail anc
wholesale of French perfumE
in Duty Free shops and other
tourist markets. Bahamian!
only. Apply to the Manager, P
0. Box N-4039, Nassau.
Bahamas.

TRADE SERVICES

C173W 9
See us for all your upholstery
needs. Seat coverings.,
fur nit urIe, rIugs, vinyl,
leathe ii r, cloth fabrics.
Adderl-,y s Upholstery, Lincoln
Boulevard Phone 34518.


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Lowe'n s Alair Servics- I'h. 3 2042
ANTENNAS
Island TV II, 2-2h 8
AUTOMOTIVE
Michael Auto
Imlsv .-p.lrs I'h 1 -2 14
LuLt iia illviiit's
i1iv Strrc I ,.ir.1:i I'Ph 2 24.14
I ramI i mosi iIiis I p.iirs
Shell Actnll SijiN, n I'll. 5 2000

SliAccessuoris
Marathon Rilad I'll s Si)
BOOKSTORE
ITh Chrislili Ilik
Sl>(p I'll. S 744

BUSINESS FORMS

r trlhrs I'll. 2 4267/1I 4011

KITCHEN CABINETS
' 'i"nn i r.lllh
I urniliturv I'h 1 11 20

CAMERAS
John Hull I'h. 2-4252/3
CAR RENTAL
\\.illace 1' I1 riM I it ar
Mardlhon R ,a.I I'l. 5 2ii; ,i4 27,5
DOWNTOWN PARKING
%Motihl Ka.ile IS
I'mn., 2-4727|1d'.i) 7-7387(i.le)

ENTERTAINMENT
Audio Vi ljI & S\tvi-.
I ili & I quip. Servi I'Ph. 2 2157

FLORISTS
Island I ltrisl I'll. 2.2702/5-5414

GARDEN & PET SUPPLIES
jrliliti- (ardenll & PIe
4adeira Shippin I'laja I'h. 2-2868
NasaIU (>.irdi. & I'd
MiutlrMse Aterint 1 I'h. 2-4259


HUHHICANE AWNINGS
John S.i .(,.r e I'h. 2 842.1 /6

LAUNDRY&DRY CLEANING
New O(reii. t l. au i dr 1 I'h. 2 4403

MEN'S WEAR
I ah,,oIn 1 1 (d l'h 2 2376/7

OPTICIANS
()IpftA scerv ,, IJ I l. 2 -3 10/I

PAPER
S -i i l '.1pi llmi .c I'l,. 5-9731
PRINTING
'rni .e l'h. S-4506

i'rit, I Il'h. 2 4267/S 4011

RUBBER STAMPS
'At.v hh r Sljam l, I'll. S-450(,
lit l ilhuit, I'i 2 198 t

SPORTS GOODS
h i il SI Spors l | .,I- |l>', -1862

TRAVEL
I'l.. tiurs I'li 2 29.11/7
R. II rr. &'t i 2 g.28681,/7

TRUCKING
Johlnson ',
Tru.cklmn 1 & I and,,jir l'h. 5-9574

lli, '~ 4 I 2 4726 3 1562 .

TV REPAIRS
li'hannl, I liv ilrIl'usk Lid I'll. 3- 478

TYPEWRITER REPAIR
Junior H lhelliel h. S-1044


UPHOLSTERING
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C 17292
NOW OPEN
DOG GROOMING SALON
by
DOREEN BUTLER HICKS
at
Warwick Street, Shirlea
Phone 5-2195.

C16134
BACKHOE FOR HIRE
Need a septic tank or trenching
done?
Call
CARL G. TRECQ9
CONTRACTORS LTD.,
2-4996 or 5-8725

C16112
SEWING MACHINE PARTS
AND REPAIRS
ISLAND FURNITURE
COMPANY
P. 0. Box N4818, Nassau
Dowdeswell and Christie
Streets
Telephone 21197, 23152.

C16133
FOR YOUR BUILDING
NEEDS AND CRANE HIRE ...
see:-
ISLA N D BUILDERS
LIMITED
P. O. Box 6285 ES
Phone 3-1671 3-1672

C16122
MOVING?

For expert Packing and
Forwarding by Sea or
Air. Contact E. H.
MUNDY & Co.
(NASSAU) LTD. P. 0.
Box N1893, Nassau,
Phone 2-4511.

tATA)
APPROVED PASSENGER
RIGHTS


tH BAHfAMA I&AADS
iEAD/Ae AWSOAPER,


ANNOUNCEMENTS

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


HELP WANTED
C 15485
Bahamas Princess requires 5
POTWASHERS who will be
responsible for cleaning all
pots, pans and any utensils.
Must keep working areas clean
at all times. Job entails long
periods of standing.
Experienced persons preferred.
Clean police and health
certificates essential.
Interested applicants apply to
Bahamas Princess Personnel
Office, P. 0. Box F-207,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C15479
Air Canada requires a
MA I NTENANCE
REPRESENTATIVE.
Applicant must be qualified in
maintenance of DC8 and DC9
Aircraft. Applicants must be
Bahamian Nationals.
Apply in writing to: P. 0. Box
F-391, Freeport, Bahamas
enclosing resume of work
experience and employment
and photostat copies of
Licences held.


C15487
GOLF MECHANIC
FOREMAN (2) Required to
supervise the day to day
maintenance and repair of golf
carts, hotel vehicles, body
repair work, installation and
equipment. Knowledge of golf
carts and engines absolutely
essential. Past proven ability to
supervise and delegate
essential. Previous experience
in this area essential. Good
letters of references and clean
police certificate also essential.
STAFF QUARTERS
TRASHMAN Responsible
for the collection of trash and
garbage of the grounds.
Dependability, good references
and clean police certificate
essential.
DATA PROCESSING
MANAGER- Responsible for
the installation and
maintenance of computer
programmes on the IBM
System 3. Must have the ability
to convert symbolic statement
of business problems to
detailed logic flow charts for
coding into computer language
for programming. Specific
programmes involving payroll,
general ledger, inventory
control, receivable, guests
reservations and guest history,
room occupancy, cash flow
analysis and budget control.
Good references and clean
police certificate absolutely
essential.
Interested applicants apply to
Bahamas Princess Personnel
Office, P. 0. Box F-207,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


HELP HNTED
C15483
Live-in MAID. References
required from former
employers.
Write P. 0. Box F-2039,
Freeport. 'Morgan'.

C15484
Heavy Construction: Field
Clerk with specific experience
with the operation of heavy
equipment, should have 8 years
experience, with a college
education or its equivalent;
required to prepare estimates,
process all daily machine
reports and the preparation of
equipment summaries and be
able to work without
supervision.
Box F-306, Freeport.
(373-1046).


C15486
Bahamas Princess requires 12
DISHWASHERS who will be
responsible for washing all
plates, cups and keeping them
clean. Must also see that the
trolley for dishes is always
clean. Must keep working areas
clean at all times. Job entails
long periods of standing.Clean
police certificate and health
certificate essential.
Experienced persons preferred.
Interested applicants apply to
Bahamas Princess Personnel
Office, P. 0. Box F207.
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C15482

SECURITY GUARDS required
for Trace Ltd., male only. Must
have drivers' licence, able to
read and write fluently.
Apply in person only between
10:00 a.m. and 12:00 Noon,
30B Kipling Building,
Freeport.

C15490

MECHANIC Mechanic needs to
have several years experience in
maintenance and overhaul of
mechanical equipment (Pumps,
turbines, compressors, valves,
etc.) commonly in use in an
electrical Power Plant.
MECHANIC HELPER Will
assist Maintenance Mechanic
with all phases of overhaul and
equipment maintenance. Clean
parts, etc., at steam plant.
Should at least have prior
mechanical experience in a
work shop or garage.
TOOL MAN Should have
experience with storing and
controlling small tools ... May
be required to go to local
suppliers, as needed, to secure
tools and parts for
maintenance. Requires ability
to be trained as relief crane
operator. Will be given
opportunity to learn
mechanical maintenance work
of power plant. Driver's licence
required.
Apply to: Personnel
Department, Freeport
Commercial & Industrial
Listed. P. 0. Box P2666 or
30C Kipling Building,
Freeport.


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C16473
CANT AFFORD A
FULL-TIME TYPIST?
Reliable typist available in
spare-time. Reasonable rates.
Write: Adv. C16473, c/o The
Tribune, P. 0. Box N3207,
Nassau, Bahamas.

C16110
C.W. (BILL) PEMBERTON
for
INSURANCE
Life, Fire, Hurricane, Motor,
etc.
Telephone 52539
Malton House
P. 0. Box N1014
Collins Avenue

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



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CLASSIFIED


SHELPMNTED
C15493
REFRIGERATION &
ELECTRICAL ENGINEER:
Must be experienced in all
phases of maintenance and
repair of specialized dairy
equipment. Certificates of
proficiency and proof of
experience required.
PLANT SUPERINTENDENT:
Conversant in dairy plant
operation and have at least
three years recent milk plant
working experience. Will be
required to oversee plant
co-ordination as well as
supervise office management.
GENERAL MANAGER: To
take full charge of dairy
operation including ice cream
production. At least five years
current producing milk
experience at managerial level.
Grand Bahama Dairy Products
P 0. Box F17 Freeport, G.B.
C15489
CONTRACT AD -
MINISTRATOR/LAND
DEVELOPMENT Princess
Properties International
Limited, Bahamia Division, has
an immediate opening for the
,position of Contract
Administrator with the
following necessary
requirements: Knowledge of
procedures, processing and
collection of sales contracts;
refinancing methods; lot
pricing; conveyance
procedures. The applicant will
also co-ordinate sales material
and acquisition of supplies;
investigate and handle problem
areas; and act as liaison
between local and foreign
attorneys, property owners,
and corporate affiliated
companies. Applicants should
have 2-3 years experience in
contract administration. Salary
will be based on qualifications
and experience. Please mail
resume and history of salary in
full confidence to the a '*
company. Post Office Z;x
F-684, Freeport Grand Bahama
Island.

C 15498

BEAUTICIAN with five years
experience. Certificate
required.
Apply to Modern Beauty
Fashions, P. 0. Box F620.

C15495
LIVE-IN-MAID To take care of
four children and home. Must
be able to cook well. $35.00
per week. Call 352-2446.


HELP WANTED
C15491
AUTOMOTIVE AC-
COUNTANT REQUIRED
Minimum 5 years experience.
Must have complete knowledge
of General Motors Accounting
procedure and be able to
produce complete monthly
Balance Sheets and profit and
loss accounts. Maintain
company Financial Records
Including Payables and
Receivables with monthly
reconciliation of Bank
Accounts and Inventories.
References of past
employment history and
general certificate of
education.
Apply Five Wheels of Grand
Bahama Limited 352-7001.
C15492
COMPTROLLER for
expanding Automotive Supply
and Service Company.
Requirements: Bahamian Male,
College training in accounting
and business administration
with ten years experience in
Transportation, Automotive
sales, parts, accessories and
mechanical services. Must be
able to handle all accounting
functions, cost analysis, trends
and financial statements for
management and outside audit
purposes. Must be able to train
and supervise in all accounting
functions. Responsible to the
President.
Mail resume and all references.
Interviews by appointment
only. Please no phone calls.
The President, FREEPORT
JET WASH AND AUTO
MART LTD., P. 0. Box F-238,
Freeport. G.B.I.

C 15494
EXPERIENCED UPHOL.
STERER REQUIRED. Must
have several years experience
and have own tools and
machine. Salary $1.75 per
hour. Police certificate
required.
Apply John D. Lambert Assoc.
Tel. 352-8877

MAINTENANCE MAN
REQUIRED. Must have
experience in carpentry,
painting, shampooing,
screening, installing windows,
repairing furniture, possess
own tools. Have own
transportation Police
certificate required.
Apply, John Lambert Assoc.
Tel. 352-8877.


IO


X-WORD SOLUTION


From Pap 4
phrase: "you'd rather
expect to have an
interesting conversation."
10. MINK not pink. Either a
MINK coat or stole, for
example, is enough apart
from most garments to
stand clearly, as an
identification, on its own.
Pink alone is a colour and
makes too vague an
answer. Is her whole
ensemble to be pink or
perhaps a scarf only? This
mere reference to pink
could be most difficult to
sort out in a crowd.
15. BOBS not boas. This
positive clue is truer of
BOBS (defined as: "short
curls or knobs of hair")
which were the rage of the
day, practically all "girls"
wearing them. Boas,
however, were only
accessories, which might
or might not be worn,
therefore less essential in-
"a musical about the
twenties." Bows is poor.
17. COAT not boat or goat.
COAT is best for the
clue's context, but the
clue phrase, "for the
country" is redundant for
boat or goat for where
else would "the private
purchase of" one of these
"be practical?"
19. SLAM not slap. To suit
the clue wording,
"delightedly" and,
"exuberantly," the
stronger expression is
obviously called for,
making the triumphant
SLAM better than the
lighter slap.
CLUES ACROSS
4. SURE not surf. The whole
sight of "North America's
Pacific coast SURE is
spectacular" and makes an
all-inclusive answer,
especially when seen by
the "first-time visitor."
Sure does not necessarily
tie in with the clue words,
"on arrival," as the sea
could be calm and thus
lack any surf.
5. EXTENSIVE not
expensive. "Oh" an
"expensive tour" is better
for what he "is likely to"
-,m[i~^ -


do, as the clue statesAs
regards his knowing that
the "tour of Europe" is
expensive, he must have
"made most" of the
"arrangements in
advance."
7. ABILITY not agility. "A
good mountaineer"
requires more than agility,
it takes good judgment,
quick thinking, fortitude,
etc., all of which
ABILITies must be put tb
the test, if "a climb" is to
make ''a good
mountaineer" out of "a
person."
9. SNUG not sm'ug. "The
average home owner" will
feel pity for the person
'"evicted "' and,
fortunately, SNUG
himself by comparison
rather than smug, as
though crowing over the
poor unfortunate who is,
presumably, penniless.
II. EVEN not ever. EVEN is
more apt as it ties in
directly with the clue
word, "again" the latter
being redundant with,
ever, as the answer.
13. TORN not worn. TORN
links favorably with the
clue word, "discover,"
such as what might have
happened accidentally
when "his formal ,hirt"
was being laundered. He
would, surely, have been
aware from wearing it on
previous "black tie"
occasions that the "cuffs"
were getting worn and
probably the collar as
well.
14. FIT not bit. Just "a" little
"bit of temper to slam" a
ball across the net, or out
of court, say, but for him
to behave so
ill-manneredly as "to slam
tennis balls into the
crowd," a complete loss
of control (i.e. "FIT of
temper") would be
necessary.
20. CHARGE not change. "A
CHARGE," certainly, but
it's not the change itself,
rather the new duties or
activities resulting from it
that might be "found
onerous."


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*HE POESPWTRUST YOUR SCALE.'


CROSSWORD

PUZZLE
ACROSS
1. Whittle 32. Trophy
6. Accumulate 33. Arikara
11. Encore 34. Former name
12. Broadloom of Tokyo
14. Annoyed 36. Thought
15. Visual 40. Exchange
16. Bravo premium
17. Title 42. Athena's bird
19. Musetta's 44. Criticize
friend 45. Coral tree
20. Tableland 47. Cement
22. Somebody 49. Cheap
24. Spile jewelry alloy
25. Rifle 50. Shield
27. Intervening 51. Fine
29. French city 52. Blissful places


DOWN
1. Ricochet
2. Spry
3. Respiratory
sounds
4. Compete


5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.


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29 0 3. 32. 32
33 34 35 36 37 39

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48
Por time 30 min. AP Newsfoeatures 9-3


Remnants
Squirrel food
Boy's nickname
Cuckoopint
Separates
Sailor
Rubbish
Charged
particle
21 plus
Space suit
Benefit
Slender finial
Plowed land
Consider
Australian
bird
Intimidate
One of the
Dwarfs
Energy
. Corroded
. Mimics
. Norse god
. Full-grown
pike
6 Append
. Cain's land


.. ICARROLL FIGHTERS



From the Caroll RM Institute
IV GENERAL TENDENCIES: Many unexpected
N., benefits can come to you through associating
with talented persona. Be sure you see and be with as many
business experts as possible so you won't miss out on any
surprise hfluences. Be up-to-date.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Start preparing now for the
activity that the full moon tomorrow can generate. Strive to
have improved relations with others.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You are able to gain much
acclaim now if you do your work in a most precise way. Some
civic work can be helpful at. tds.time.
GEMINI (May 21 to JufW-21) This is a good day for
expansion, whether in personal or business life. The full moon
ahead will put you in the right mood.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You have
responsibilities that should be discussed with kin. Find the
right way to solve emotional troubles. Be calm.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Obtain the advice you need from
associates One who has opposed you in the past will now give
full cooperation. Relax tonight.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Express clever ideas to
co-workers and bring about a change for the better. You can
easily make a good impression on others.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Plan a little free time for
something that may c.ome up that will be to your liking.
Others see you in a good light now.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Do those things that will
please kin and come to a better understanding with them.
Avoid one who gives nothing but trouble.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Obtain the data you
need from experts so you can improve conditions in business
and at home. Do something nice for kin.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You have a clever idea
that will show you how to add appreciably to your present
abundance. Sidestep all that gossip.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You have so much talent
that needs to be placed in proper channels for best results.
Join friends and enjoy yourself.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Analyze yourself now, and
know how to make the most of your abilities. Try to help
relatives who are having difficulty.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will have
many talents that can be brought out by giving the proper
education, since an academic training is vital to your progeny's
success in life. Do not try to force sports or whatever else your
youngster does not care for, or you could lessen the potential
for other things. Give ethical training early in life.
"The Stars impel, they do not compeL" What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


Chess
By LEONARD BARDEN


(61l,
White mates in two moves,
against any defence (by E. Cook).
Par times: 30 seconds, problem
master; 2 minutes, expert; 4
minutes, good; 7 minutes,
average; 20 minutes, novice.

Chess solution
- I Q-QR1. /f I .. K-Ktl; 2
Kt-K6 mate. II 1 . K-R2;
2 Kt-B5 mate.


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trip1 tri|| Ii itr.e.


Rupert and the Wooden Horse-52


t m on my way to give it to Baby Badger.
sayW ingo, when Rupert and his Mummy have
, admi ed thO hor-. You needn't go i *
Smnfls Rupert. "Here he Comes now.' Bill
Sadget is whMling his young brother in a
-Cha., and a-s 'hey reach the cottage
Bill geet hise ums cheerily. I say, that's
* ine mo din-hors.' he remarks. Who's


it lor ) Your little brother. grins Bingo
, It's one' that I repaired Delightedly Bill
lilts Baby Badger on o0 the horses back
ThanKs. you're a good pal.' he says And
while Bill's young brother rocks happily to and
t o Rupert tells 'the chams that he must be
on hne way I,) visit the Imps
A4L RIGHrS RESERVED


Winning

Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
QUIZ
North
SAKQ
432
0A7
4 J 8643
West East
4 10875 109763
10 8 7 5 06
0 J63 0 K108542
SAK Q 9 5 '42
South
4 J852
0AKQJ9
0 9
CONTRACT: 4(c.
West leads the 4AK and a
third club. ruffed by East.
How should South play ? If he
over-ruffs how should be
continue I
ANALYSIS : South shouldn't
over-ruff. By discarding a dia-
mond he guards against a 4-1
trump break, as above. Thds hap-
pens more often than the average
player expects-more than once
in four times.
If declarer over-ruffs, the
spades will be blocked. After
drawing trumps and cashing
dummy's 4AKQ. he will be un-
able to get back to score the 4J.
Should South lapse from grace
at trick three, he can, however,
recover. On his fourth heart he
throws dummy's OA! Then, after
taking the 4AKQ, he leads the
07. What can East do? Having
only spades and diamonds, he
cannot avoid putting South on
play.
This is cne Of tha m:nv
instiuct- e examples in Narmnin
Squire's ne, b,-A, CONTRACT
BRIDGE-how to become a
champion (Wil:iemn Lus:ymbe,
2-501.
The author covers every aspect
of bidding and card play, and an
appendix gives information on
Recommended Reading and the
year's main events, their usual
dates and venues.


No 7.5,1I by TIM MaKeu
Across,
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down (., 41
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13 Snlrituallil *ervk-re <(i;
14. y plane or helicopter. (3S. l
17 Flower (41
18 Bird or prey. I.1)
21. Close. (4)
22. Pro r: notl uilty. .A-,
23 Containers. (4)
24. Pitol-inaker. (5)
25i Tilnet helps (analg.) i>)
Down
I. Start of the show. 7. 2)
I UGernman provincial. (9)
3 Number. 44)
4. Sunken ten"e. (.2)
7 Vlivelly. (4)
S She lured men to destrue.
Than bt her sns. (7l
S Take, his ease. (1)
9. Twitch.
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mig- BUT WHERE WILL INCIDENTALLY, I ASKED HIM LET'S SAY THAT I V'AN TO
I ASKED JUSTIN TO HE GO? HE'LL HAVE NOT TO LET ANYONE KNOW CHECK COMMUNICATIONS
STAY ON UNTIL YOU TROUBLE FINDING THAT HE'S LEAVING! MAKE WHY, BETWEEN JUSTIN AND
FIND SOMEONE TO ANOTHER JOB! SURE THAT YOUR MAID SAM? SOME OF YOUR
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THE Tt- us 31,1974


THE TRIBUNE - Saturday, August 31,1974


By Gladstone Thurston
THE NEW Providence
Softball Association's effort to
improve ladies softball is not
in vain. The 36 girls
participating in last night's
annual all-star classic proved
this.
'Tonight I saw girls that can
go a long way," Columbus
League manager Norman Gay
commented following their
12-7 victory over the Arawak
League. "The girls, all around,
are playing good ball."
C. L. coach Adrian Rodgers
agreed, commending both
pitching and defence. He
however pointed out that there
is room for improvement, in
that they can learn the game
better.
In winning her second 'most
valuable player' award in three
seasons, young and talented
Hattie Moxey led the C.L.
offence with two hits from her
three at bats. She scored twice,
the second time giving her
team the lead for keeps.
Playing a near perfect
position at short stop, Moxey
made four put outs and two
assists. Her only error came in
the top of the seventh when
she misqued Cynthia Pratt's
grounder.


Obed: My

biggest


break
SINCE RECORDS are made
to be broken, then it should be
of no surprise that Bahamas'
22-year-old welter and junior
middleweight champ Elisha
Obed has set new heights in the
world of boxing.
Being unbeaten in 50
professional bouts, Obed,
already unmatched on the local
scene now aspires to become
the first Bahamian world
champion. From the
improvement he has made over
the past two years, it is evident
that he is not far from this.
Obed's 46th victory broke
the legendary Henry
Armstrong's record for
unbeaten victories in that
division. Armstrong rung up a
string of 45 victories before
losing the championship to
Lou Ambers.
"I say flatly that Obed will
not only become world
champion, but he will be the
kind of durable fighter to last a
long time," commented trainer
Moe Fleischer.
Obed left Nassau earlier
this week for the Miami Beach
Gym where he continues
training for his upcoming bout
with middleweight Nat King.


VIA
SATELLITE


"1I felt like I played ito win
it," she said, satisfied. "I hjae
been trying long enough She
thanked her team for winning.
giving her the unanimout,
choice. Moxey who is jal.s a
member of the B.V.E. national
team was earlier thi.- '.,ear
named the 'm.v.p.' in th,.
Independence voli,, ball.
tournament.
The Arawak Leaguers, %ere
strong in their stand and had a
good game going un:l hili
bottom of the fourth inning
when relief pitcher Alice Wells
lost the strike out zone anrd
gave up four clutch runs
Actually, the final rculth
might have been reversed h.ad
the Arawak League squad had
more practice sessions Thi s
was the opinion of manager
John Adderley and LutiJh
Lawrence Smith. This w.is dii'
to their both having to (. vrk
late in the evenings.
Mental errors that include


Second for
BAHAMAS Olympil 'g,Il
medalist the 1974 Sportsii.in
of the Year, Durward Knowles.
finished second in the
European Star Class Sailing
championships which has just
concluded in Loredo, Spain.
Sailing superbly in the first
part of the six-race series.


See the


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FORMAN VS. ALI

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE BOUT


LIVE FROM
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(Formerly The Congo)
AT
THE NATIONAL ARENA


KINGSTON JAMAICA
- TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24th 1974


George Foreman
Undefeated
World Heavyweight King


15 ROUNDS


Muhammad Ali
The Greatest Fighter
of Our Time


PACKAGE TOUR TO JAMAICA TO SEE THIS HISTORIC EVENT
COSTS AN UNBELIEVABLE $135. IT INCLUDES:

1. Airline Ticket. Nassau-Jamaica-Nassau.
2. Air Conditioned Hotel Room (Sheraton Kingston)
3. All related ground transportation in Jamaica.
4. Complimentary rum drinks
5. Reserved Ringside Ticket
6. Local Boxing Show proceeding Foreman-Ali telecast
7. A bus tour of Kingston's historic spots
8. Night entertainment
9. 3 days in exotic Jamaica

TOUR LEAVES VIA AIR JAMAICA ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23RD,
AND RETURNS
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th.

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nit ittuing the cut off player
hajv been .iliriutted to their
dt wnfi.ill
lhI \raw.ik Leaguers' best
inning ''.a th li- lop o the first
lihen ilHi s\ ,ured three to take
Ilhe II hd I n ime hy the end of
that tirajie \aj.m I Ils scored
on ( nihu I'rliat ll hall to
an erring I)niime Reklk'y in
iLntrelIn1 Ph r.ai (lolluwed her
on Ru/,nij I a l.i s nlield hit
.and tilh lJatir js, \wild pitched
hoill,
I hr~e .i 'r, jar .ounled for
S\-.\e andjl I)als Walker
L.iormni in ihc hthiitoin of the

Starting Coluinhu. League
pil other Linda I ord and her
tll.,ng infield seilled down and
held i heir opponentis scoreless
\% r tle.' I oll>.wing two Irarnes.
hb'le.rc ihe\ broke loose oil one
itnre u n n riling from Ma\lis
B,,i Ic:' rhi Jd. iuble
It '. as like hblssing lor the
( L .,Al, n 1Well, was hrouight in
te' lourth inning
Sh1 i walked lotr hatters,
1il>.1 piIhICd tI.MLO home and
'yJr'C up Iti.' hits including
I'orl'. rbi single
Jo \cL I h'inmpson relieved
11ir in ihe Inllowing IriJme but
,ais issued the same treatment
in the. si\th when s-ix batters


scored. This virtually secured
victory for the Columbus
League
Watching the match from
the press box, N.P.S.A.
commissioner Eddie Russell
was pleased with the talent he
saw. "I think they performed
beautifully tonight," he said.
"Softball with the girls has
improved."
He agreed that with the
proper coaching the Bahamas
can go a long way on the
international scene. "We are
trying our best to improve the
standard of play Clinics for
coach and officials should be
their prime concern.

Tonight's encounter at the
John F Kennedy Park features
the top men players in the
Imperial League/Majestic
League all-star classic This will
be preceded by the annual 'old
timers' match.
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The N P.S.A. regular series
resumes tomorrow with the
Ministry of Works meeting St.
Michael's at 1b a.m Del Jane
play the Police at i 2 noon, San
Sal Arawaks play Heineken
Stars at 2 p.m., and Centreville
Sisters play Bahama World at 4
p.m.


Se An anxious moment for
K now lesCarlisle defenders as Chelsea's
Ki %,,, l I. .lin, lI tll J Bill Garner (centre) hooks the
thr...ih vi .1 l,.t .111d i o ball over the crossbar.
seconds. But lie was beaten out Carlisle scored two goals
of first place by Californian against Chelsea at Stamford
Thomas Blackall. Over 50 Bridge, London, to win their
champion sailors took part in first ever match in the English
the chainlpionships. First Division. The first was
C('rewing for Knowles in his scored by team captain Bill
(;can I\ was Jerrv Ford Green within two minutes of
Sthe kick off and the second
came from Leslie O'Neill in
the 75th minute.


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All-star girls show




a touch of class


SOCCER RESULTS
E.NLISH LIFA(,tlE
Dlvison I
Birmingham I Wolverhampton I
Burnley 3 Coventry 0
Chelsea 0 Liverpool
Everin 2 Arsenal I
Leicester I Carlisle I
Luton I Queen's Park I
Manchester Cilt 2 Leeds I
Newcastle 2 West 11am 0
Sheffield United 3 Ipswich I
Stoke I Middlesbrough I
Tottenham 2 Derby, 0
Division 2
Billon I Aston Villa 0
Bristol Rovers 2 Hull C.ity 0
Cardiff 0 Manchester United I
MIlIwall 2 I ulham 0
Norwich I Shefhield Wednesday 1
Nottingham I forest 1 Oxfurd 2
Oldham 2 Bristol (Cit 0
Orient I Portsmouth I
Sitthamplon I Blackpool I
'. y k City 2 Notts Count) 2
Division 3
Brighton 2 Chesterfield I
Colchester I Bournemouth 0
'iillingham 0 Charlton I
G.rimsby 3 I'Ort Vale 0
Halifax 3 Crystal Palace I
Hereford 2 Peterborough 0
Huddersfield 3 Walford I
Preston 3 Walsall 2
Swindon 2 Blackburn 0
Tranmere 2 Aldershot 0
Wrexham .3 Bury I
Division 4
Barnsley 0 Chester I
Bradford 3 Scunthorpe 0
Brentford I Swansea 0
Darlington 0 Stockport 2
Doniaster 0 Newport 2
Hartlepool I Southport I
Lincoln S Lxeter 0
Reading 3 Northampton 2
Shrewsbury 0 Crewe I
Workington 0 Rotherham 2
SCOTTISH LI.A(GUI
Division I
Aberdeen 2 Hibernian 3
Airdrie 0 Dundee I
Arbroalh 0 Morton 2
Ayr United I Rangers I
Celtic 5 Kilmarnock 0
Dumbarton 2 Clyde 0
Dundee United S Motherswell 0
Hearls I Si Johnstone 2
I'artit.k lhitle 3 t)uiifcrmline 0
Division 2
Alloa I Albion Rovers I
Berwick 2 Brechin I
Cowdenbeath 0 Raith Rovers 2
East Fife 2 Forfar I
F-alklrk S Queen's Plrk I
Hamilton I Stenhousemuir I
Meadowbank 1 Stranraer 3
Montrose 4 East Stirling 3
Queen of South 3 Clydebank 0
St. Mirren 3 Stirling Albion 0


gained ground on Intrepid
and was behind by only 32
seconds around the third
mark.
only 32 seconds around the
third mark.
Both boats were sailing to
the second windward mark
when the New York Yacht
Club race committee
abandoned the race.
Both boats have four
victories in the final trial
races. It was expected the
New York Yacht Club's
selection committee would
request both boats to sail
races through Monday. The
defender must be named by
New York Yacht Club by
Tuesday.(AP)


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-LIVERPOOL--

LEAD

THE LEAGUE
LONDON (AP) Liverpool
beat Chelsea convincingly 3-0
away from home Saturday to
take oter at the top of the first
division in the English soccer
league table with nine points
from five matches
Ipswich lost its u.ibeaten
record, succumbing 3-1 to
Sheffield United and now
shares second place in the
standings with Everton and
Manchester City, all with eight
points
Everton beat Arsenal at
home 2-1 and Manchester City
held back struggling Leeds, the
defending league champions.
with a 2-1 home win.
Carlisle, the first division
newcomers, remained among
the leaders dfter drawing 1-1
away to Leicester
Meanwhile, Tottenham,
whose veteran manager Bill
Nicholson announced his
resignation this week, picked
themselves up off the bottom
of the first division with a 2-0
home win against Derby.
Nicholson received a standing
ovation from some 25.000
Spurs fans as he took his seat.


become the first Bahamas
S R.A member to qualify as a
coach
The international
competitive season for
B S R.A. players begins on
September 14 when a team
from the Nassau Squash Club
competes in Fort Lauderdale
against teams from the recently
opened Players Club.
The Nassau team won a
narrow 10-9 victory in the
same match last year.
Preliminary match schedule-
Sept I open round Robin (10
a.m. Blue Hill court); Sept 14
Ion Lauderdale (Players Club):
Sept 22 N.S.C. members mixed
doubles (10 a.m. Blue Hills); Sept.
22 Quenten Hydus Tournament
(New York): Oct. 6 N.S.C. round
robin (10 a.m Blue Hill): Nov.
Bahamas Championship (I'reeport)


Pirates snap


Dodgers' run


NEW YORK The
Pittsburgh Pirates jumped on
Los Angeles relief ace Mike
Marshall for two singles, a
sacnfice fly and Bob
Robertson's tie-breakng
double in a three-run eighth
inning and defeated the
Dodgers 4-3 last night in a
game between the National
League's division leaders.
The loss snapped the
Dodgers' five-game winning
streak but they maintained
their 3'2 game lead over
Cincinnati in the National
League's West Division when
the Reds were routed by
Montreal 1 1-3.
The Pirates won for the 18th
time in 22 games and boosted
their lead in the NL east to I1I
gdmes over the St. Louis
Cardinals, who lost to San
Francisco 8-2.
Flsewhere in the National
League, the Houston Astrus
edged the Philadelphia Phillies


3-2. the New York Mets
downed the Atlanta Braves 4-2
and the Chicago Cubs beat the
San Diego Padres 5-1 in 12
innings in the first game of a
doubleheader. They also won
the second game, 4-3, in 10
Boston's lead in the
American League East was
sliced to four games when the
Red Sox lost to the Minnesota
Twins 3-2 while the New York
Yankees were defeating the
Chicago White Sox 8-5.
In other AL games, the
Oakland A's clubbed the
Detroit Tigers 10-5, the
Baltimore Orioles trounced the
Kansas City Royals 9-2, the
Cleveland Indians turned back
the Texas Rangers 7-3 and the
California Angels. trimmed the
Milwaukee Brewers 9-2 as
Nolan Ryan became the first
pitcher in modern baseball
history to strike out 300
batters in three consecutive
seasons (AP)


Hants lead title race
LONDON Rain washed Worcestershire. who defeated
oul the third da\ 'splay Friday Glamorgan by 10 wickets
in reigning county cricket Fnday, giving them a total of
champion Hampshire's match 223 championship points, to
against Somerset, setting up a Hampshire's 225


nail-biting climax to the
season
With just one match left to
play, Hampshire hase a thin
two points leader over


Hampshire met Yorkshire at
Bournemouth today and
Worcestershire went to
-Chelinsford to play l.ssex.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MACETTA LOUISE
LIGHTBOURNE of Danottage Estates. Nassau Bahamas is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 31st 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 STUART riALBERT of
Westward Villas Nassau N.P. is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalization 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 31st day of
August 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizerfship, 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 Citizeaship, 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 ana Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P.O. Box N-3002. Nassau.




NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that GEOFFREY vWILFRED
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 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
N3002, Nassau.


EDDIE BOSTWICK of the
Nassau Squash Rackets
Association has been probably
the busiest player during the
off season
Bostwick toured parts of
Asia and Australia during
August where he played a
number ol leading players He
had been entered in the
Australian championship by
world no 5 player Ken Hiscoe
but, unfortunatley, a domestic
airline dispute prevented him
from travelling between
Sydney and Melbourne in time
to compete.
The popular Bostwick,
however, is presently attending
a course for amateur coaches at
the Nationail Recreation Centre
in London If successful he will


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COURAGEOUS AND INTREPID

ARE STILL DEADLOCKED


NEWPORT Courageous
and Intrepid sailed a race that
ended without a winner
Friday in the New York
Yacht Club's 15th final trial
race to select a defender for
this year's America's Cup.
The race was abandoned
because of rain squalls on
Rhode Island Sound while
the 12-meter yachts sailed on
the fourth leg of the course.
Courageous took a
35-second lead at the start of
the race and opened a
50-second advantage at the
first mark.
Intrepid sailed faster off
the wind and rounded the
second mark one minute and
six seconds ahead of
Courageous. Courageous


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