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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: March 12, 1974
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Wribun


with Postm ater of Bahamas for postage coonna within the Bahamas) Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


OL. LXXI, No. 92 Tuesday, March 12, 1974 Price: 20 Cents
i


I'm no quitter,

By NICKI KELLY H
Till: PROBLEMS of the nine-month-old national flag
carrier came to a head late Monday with the bihrupt

general manager of Bahamasair. "has left thy company"
effective the samlc day.
ihe statement issued by Bahaniasail chairman William Allen
left it unclear whether the general anaiager c.i e'-ic l or was asked
to leave.
('ntlacted by The Tribune, Mi. Iealev's cSomiiments were brin
"Anylod)\ that knows nme knows I am not a quitter. I love the
Bahlnas. I love Bahamiiians and I love Bahamasair."
le refused to go further.
According to the brief statement hb Mi. Allen, Mr. Edward
Albury, assistant general manager of Bahamasair, has assumed the
resp,,nslhilties of tie general manager.


Although no further official
explanation was forthcoming
t o d a y. 1 he Ti i bune
understands that the basis of
disagree cCntIt betw\ceoen thli'
Bahaniasair hoard and its
general manager was tmonelc to
run ilti airline.
'l*)RASTIt ACTION'
Reportedly Mr. Healev told
the Board, and no later than
I rida, that it was impossible
to run the airline without
adequate financial backing. It
is tinderstlooid lie threatened to
take "drastic action" if he was
not given the funds necessary
tohi bf' the operation up to
scratch.
The "J.rastic action" was
believed to ie his resignratilon.
Ai, :nfornmed sotiIr -e told
I bhe nbulne today\ that
Ba.ihanlsii ir has been operating
",o :t thin wire" Ironm the

el :I airline o iinYg lo
eied Sc 5 million in cash and
.totheri 20 million in credit.
bahaaiii,t,i staitetd with 52.8
million," I h soutirce said.
D1)IFI I(U LT IIS
AIlin'. flight have to
1 n ti os Oils fca- ons been
grounded o1 dielae'd because
tof mIechanical difficulties.
'IThe problem could be a $5
part which is malfunctioning.
but it isn't in stock and it has
Ito hb odered, but vour


TWO GUYANFSE tailors,
presently serving prison
sentences imposed by a
magistrate in January after
being convicted of stealing
were ordered to serve an
additional I 2-months in jail on
a n ot her charge of
pick-pocketing which was
brought against then hy police
today.
Rudolph benjamin, alias
"William Davidt Meloche." 23,
and I rrol "Rointon Hanley"
Moore. 18, both pleaded guilty
this morning to stealing the
wallet of (04 year-old English
director I ric Pearson
containing $950 in traveller's
cheques and $50 cash on
January\ 4.
I nsp tHugh Burke.


DISAGREEMENTT OVER

CASH FOR AIPLINE'


supplier won't send it until the
back account is setll.cd.
explained the source.
Other internal problems
plaguing the company stemc
from its initial formation when
it absorbed some 80 staff
members of Flamingo Airlines.
Flamingo had been serving
the Family Islands in
conjunction with Out Island
Airways, but gove rnlnliilCt \was
only able to conclude a
purchase agreement with 1Out
Island, which owned nmost ot
its air.raft.
W hen, how e \ ir. t h
Bahamian route licences held
by Flamingo were cancelled ,
govi rment .greed to .ibI, !i
the displaced Flamitngo sti
into Bahamasair if th \ wishetd
to join the new operation.
OVFRRSTAFFI I)
Asa result of this, the a lin i:l
is said to be about 10 (per cent
overstafft j. Wfle a inumbe, of
very.good people aie saiti to
be ilth Bahainasair now,
"there are quite a few who
need to be weeded out," The
Tribune source said.
'omplicating the picture foi
Bahanmasair has been agitation


prosecuting, told the court that
th-e Guyanese had admitted the
offense to C..I. ). officers
stating that they took the
money from the man when
they pretended to
accidentall bthump into him"
in the Carib Shop. Bay Street.
Sometime later, around 2:30
p.m. that day. hie said that a
woman police officer, 803
Smith and p.c. 116 Miller
brought the two along with
another. Crompton Maynard,
suspected of stealing in
connection with other
complaints.
Pearson. visiting the
Bahamas during New Year's
period, had been a passenger
aboard the cruise ship.
Southward at the time.


Building progress report


A PROGRESS REPORT on
the new building for the
Engineering and General Union
was issued today by union
president Dudley Williams.
Mr. Williams said the
executive board had obtained
the services of professionals to
draw plans for building its own
administrative complex to be
situated on a one-acre plot of
land which the union began
buying by installments in
1971.
The building is scheduled to
have 3,000 square feet of space
equally divided between the
top and bottom floors.
S The union hopes to use the
bottom floor and will have

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two-bedroom apartments on
the top floor.
The quarters will be used for
union meetings, educational
courses, community purposes
and other activities, Mr.
Williams said.
It is hoped construction will
begin this year. Mr. Williams
emphasized that the union, by
sharing in the country's
development, was creating
employment for construction
workers.
RACES MEETING
THE RACING Commission
will meet with the management
of Hobby Horse race track
Thursday afternoon to try
and settle labour difficulties
with bar and dinning room
staff at the track.
The food concession is being
operated this season by the
management of the track.
Three weeks ago two of the
staff were dismissed for alleged
shortages and the remaining 28
dismissed when they sat down
on the job and refused to
work.



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I grouI nd s ilt M1 ,1 l pJinit :J1
better \ ,.it ] 111,1 wt,rt'n
, o n ( i t I,, n s ,. n J .1 i
international l tu l c is i: 1!
now accounts folti liswo hi:d-S
the company's 'pe:aln't ,sis
i n J a n ii l 1. hit i
Bahamnasair tIicrel; ised its
domestic fares, the airhlne
disclosed that ct futtl costs had
increased more than 100 per
cent over !lie past .'i a ,t;!l
mIost of the inl ic. i,' ctC ir iiig
since October. That mont thc
airline's ftu bil il \ta.s h l 090)O
and fo Jniart \ 1 7 i.!
ciltmbed lto 25(),})(t
Mr. Ilealey iot noric
Bahaiiasair in Sept.-mbt,; 1 97

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bif 'orei its 1i1i 1it P A ; I]
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Mr. Edward Albury torimer
Out Island maliiigitg directt:
was named as Ba!:ltmas;ll
.ssistai t ge'nera i m anl:i: r.
In October after numirottu
complaints, ge'neraIl mlanaget!
iHele\i announced a number oit
'poisitli\ s itps" to improve tih.
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-Untidy memo to Government: clear your cars-

TII ESE Three Ca (a(lt'ft)
lire ill to lbe found at Potters
(':Ca anv day of the week
SiTwo of them. 442 and
4.37. have been there for
Simiionths and they all carnr
. lahaias Governmneni lice'ice
)laites.
In view ot tie exhtoriartions
S to "Keep otn island clean"
often paid lio-service toi by
G;o N,vrllin ent n M nl. ,,ler it
vwouild seem that these
~ lrp a examples ii (;overninien 1'.
behavior set! ,a ver\ bad
,'\atniple for the country .
Questions aitoini t all'
,arise as to: why gotrnmlient
vehicles should he ilfi sio
abandoned for thwliets tio
come and sitip thini of
ilnything that's worth t:iking


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One of the cars (;74 has
even had its seats removed.
It is believed that cai 443
is still being driven and it if
is used as a goveriietltiiI
vehicle it is surprising to lind
that it is able to be allowed
on the road w without even
headlights
\nd angry lmeilbe's nf the
puhlici niight well .isk vAli
government should ec\n let
their cars paid ior out ol
the public's mone, get into
this disgraceful condition
Perhaps government might
like to comment.


Stabbing:

man held

POLICE OF0FIc1 RS.
investigating the stabbing ot a
laitian at the l.incoln
Boulevard Needle's Inn Club.
have arrested a Haitian in
connection with the inatter
Authorities reported that
the two men became engaged
in an argument at the
night-spot Monda. evening
with one of them wounding
the other.
Police authorities failed to
identify the two men involved
in the matter.
The victim has been taken to
hospital for treatment, it was
reported.


_ a


-'VESCO WAS TIPPED OFF'


was Donald Nixon Jr.. a
nephew of the President and
a Vesco aide.
"Mr. Vesco told me he had
information that led him to
be certain the SEC staff had
jumped into the U.S.
attorney's office for the
southern district of New
York, and that in addition to
the SEC suit, there was going
to be a criminal action that
was going to be pushed at the
same time," Sears said.
"He was convinced he was
going to be 100 per cent
committed to the civil suit.
that he would meet the
criminal action when the time
came.


"I said, 'Bob, what makes
you so sure?' he said, 'Listen.
to this.' He turned on a tape
.. he said this was a tape of a
telephone conversation he
had with a guy who was
connected with the SEC or
the FBI. I don't know which.
He said he was sure this was a
reliable source."
On the basis of the
testimony, the defense moved
for a mistrial, but the motion
was denied.
Sears earlier refused to
testify that he had asked
Mitchell to stop a subpoena
which would have required
Vesco to reveal his secret
$200.000 contribution to
President Nixon's campaign.


Ididn'tfix Vesco




case, says Sears


FW YORK tAP)
(overnnieni witness Harry L
Sears told a iury Tuesday that
tie never asked former
Attorney\ (General John N.
Mitchell to fit the Vesco case.
"Do \ou know what 'fix'
means in common parlance?"
asked Mitchell's lawyer, Peter
Fleming, at the conspiracy trial
of Mitchelll and former
Commerce Secretary Maurice
Stans.
"'es, I know what 'fix.'
nme ns sai Sears, who said he
was the go-between in a secret
$200.000 cash contribution by
financier Robert L. Vesco to
President Nixon's re-election
campaign.
"')id vou attempt to fix the
Vesco case with Mr Mitchell,"
asked Fleming, who was
cross-examiniing Sears.
"No. sir." Sears said.
''Did oitU ever ask Mi.
Mitchelf to fix the Vesco case."
"Never at any time."
The two former Cabinet
officers are accused of


attempting to impede a
securities and Exchange
Commission investigation cof
Vesco in return for his
campaign contribution.
Sears, former Republican
leader of the New Jersey State
Senate and head of Nixon's
campaign in that state, said
that when he first met Mitchell
in 196., Mitchell said he knew
him as "the honest politician in
New Jersey."
NO MENTION
Sears said that when he
asked Mitchell's help in getting
Vesco out of jail in Switzerland
in 1971 that there was no
mention of a possible campaign
contribution from Vesco.
Vesco had been jailed in
Berne on the complaint of a
dissident stockholder in the
mutuali fund oper-tion he
controlled. Sears had retired
from public life to go on
Vesco's payroll as a SbO,000 a
year lawyer Sears said he
called his friend. Mitchell, and
reported that Vesco was in a


Swiss jail without bail and
asked him what he could do.
"Did Mitchell ever tell you
he would make sure Vesco got
out of jail," asked Fleming.
"No. he said he would do
what he could," Sears said.
Mitchell did try to reach the
L'.S ambassador in Switzerland
but failed. Sears said. Vesco's
lawyer- r irequriii got bail
set at S125.000 and it was
posted Sears said the charge
was dismissed ini a few months
,nd the magistrate who had
refused to set hail originally
was censured by the Swiss
Supreme tourt.
Fleming asked Sears whether
he had heard that the SEC had
tried to prevent Vesco from
making contact with the U.S.
embassy and to keep him in jail
there
Sears replied affirmatively.
This was Sears' first full day
of cross-examination. He had
undergone five days of
testimony as a key government
witness in the trial.


Cruise ship captain sacked


\ DISIt'L I I Ier


safety regulations


Sgus'ingn a \Milinl-Nassau cruise ship led
\lutii a\i ti t he dic" ssa ,l of the vessel's captain.
w\ho claimiedi the ship's owners only "care
about tickets and money" and did so over
passenger safety.
William Makrinos. who has captained the ss
I1 erald Seas tfot ttie past IX months, said he
was fired at La morning meeting with
crpresentatives ot I astern Steamship Lines.
Inc. owners of the iI emerald Seas.
"The\ sai I wasnt not conforming to
miipany polcs .'" he told the Miami Heral-t. "I
told them I would not resign, so they said I


Others using our


name Red Cross


THE BAHAMAS Red Cross
said today that some
organizations have been using
the name of the Society to
raise funds without authority
and "in some instances" the
Society had never received the
proceeds from such functions.
The Red Cross therefore laid
down the following rules for
organisations that may wish to
hold events in which part of
the proceeds would be for the
Red Cross Society.
The Society said that the
name of the Bahamas Red
('ross "is not to be used or
Advertised in any fund-raising
.Ictivity without prior
permission from the Society."
And that forms are available
from the Society's secretary at
P' O. Box N-91 providing for
the "signatures of not less than
two authorized signatories or


would ihe tied '' :hthe herald icported
Mitrton I rustling a senior vicc president ftor
the oniipan said Makrinos. 52 wsas asked t.
resign tbe.aLuse "lhe had been giving excess
overtillne to certain people on the ship and for
Cseeral othi incidents '
The company official said Makrinos had
been instructed to cut down on overtime and
to trim crew safety drills, the Herald said
The Panamanian registered cruise ship that
is a regular caller to Nassau is inspected b\ US
Coast (;uard four times a year and I rstling said
"if we don't pass we don't sail."
A ( oast Guard spokesman said the ship has
tmet salt standards previously.

Robbery probe


POLIC(T are investigating the
robbery last nighl iof two
Ameniccan visitors whot were
accosted by two men along
Nassau Street around 11 p.m.
near the Western ('enmetery.
Reports said the men were
threatened with violence if
they did not give up their
wallets which contained an
estimated $300.
Police reported that the men
were not physically molested
although threatened. None of
the robbers were armed police
said.
ORDINATION SERVICE
THE ORDINATION Service
of evangelist LeRodney Rolle
of Nassau, formerly of Long
Bay Cays, Andros took place
on Sunday at Mount Sinai
Baptist Church, Long Bay
(ays.
The Rev. Alfred Pennerman
officiated, assisted by Bishop
Clifford Moss, pastor of
Southland Church of God,
Nassau.
In attendance were Rev.
Harry Dorsey of Phoenix,
Arizona, Rev. Benjamin Neely,
Rev. 'Theophilus Neely, Rev.
Berin Smith, Rev. Cedric
Duvalier, Rev. Alfred Stuart,
all of South Andros and other
missionaries and friends.


officers of the group or
organisation sponsoring the
benefit activity> and stating the
stipulated percentage of the
net proceeds of such activity
to be donated to the Bahamas
Red Cross Society."
The Red (ross statement
said that in the past, many
organizations have been
sponsoring functions and have
publicly stated the funds
would be partly in aid of the
Red Cross. "In fact, in some
instances, the Society had been
unware of any fund-raising in
its behalf and has not received
proceeds from such."
But said the Society they
"would like to take this
opportunity to thank all those
groups which have, in fact,
held functions and donated
part-proceeds" to the Red
Cross.


Marijuana haul


A LARGE CACHE of
marijuana consisting of some
70 burlap sacks have been
taken into custody by police
officers after they were
discovered hidden away on a
cay south of Eleuthera.
Police reported that the
drugs, found on Little San
Salvador cay, and estimated at
several thousand dollars were
found on Friday, last week
The sacks containing the
drug have been brought to
Nassau for confiscation.


Believed to have been left on
the island by marijuana traffic
keepers for transfer to the
mainland, the cache is one of
the largest discovered by the
police in recent times.

FASHION SHOW
THE GOVERNMENT High
School Key Club will present a
talent and fashion show at
the school Auditorium on
Friday March 15, at 8 p.m. The
show is under the patronage of
Dr. Norman Gay M.P.


tLUDLEY'S
OR. ROSETTA ST. & MT. ROYAL AVE.
NEW 1974 MODELS
."'THE VERY BEST" "PIONEER`
ARRIVING SOON!


NEW YORK (AP)
Financier Robert Vesco was
tipped in advance by an
unidentified federal
informant that a criminal
conspiracy indictment was in
the works involving himself,
former Atty. Gen. John N.
Mitchell and ex-Commerce
Secretary Maurice H. Stans,
government witness Harry
Sears testified Monday.
Sears said he was
summoned by Vesco's home
on Dec. 7, 1972, several days
after the Securities and
Exchange Commission had
filed a massive fraud suit
against the international
financier. The witness said
the only other person present


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IRISH police said they
found the body today of Sen.
Billy Fox shot through the
head near the house from
which he was kidnapped by.
armed raiders late Monday.
Fox was one of the few
Protestant members of the
Republic's legislature.

THE DIRECTOR of the
food giveaway demanded by
Patricia Hearst's captors said
today the programme will be
temporarily suspended to
make changes demanded by
the kidnappers.

PRFSIDI)IN Nixon's
resignation would leave the
country with a host ot
unanswered questions, and
"would set a precedent that
could haunt us.' former Aty.
Gen. Elliot Richardson said.


PRESIDENT Georges
Pompidou flew to Soviet
Georgia today for a 24 hour
informal meeting with Soviet
Communist party leader
Leonid Brezhnev.
Reports 'r ,,! it


LONDON -Prime ministerr
Harold \ ,I,.. C.'s nex
government today unveiled a
la w m a k i ng prograimme
softening Labour's more
radical pledges and calling ito
better terms of ('onmnili
Market membership.
In an austere certeloni
shorn of the tradtionla!
pageantry of parliamentt'
reopening. Queen Ilh/abeth
presented a royal address that
reaffirmed Labour Britain's
loyalty to the North Atlantic
Alliance and skated over the
party's electoral comniintent:
to slash "hundreds of uili'on


N W YORK Martha
Mitchell blamed the \Whit
House today for the prob!eiM:
faced by her and her est-rnmged
husband, former \tt
General John N. MitLhe;
Mrs. Mitchell denied that i ,
is an alcoholic, and said siht i .,
"come to the cuncl'isintr tih.:'
Mitchell was framed.
She alleged that i:i;ui.rt.ii
persons in the n's,'!
administration sought tio ei
rid of her because she Ai'.
nuisance. Their tactic in ,.-uii
cases, she said. is to give a


BARBER TRIMMED FROM


HEATH'S NEW LINE-UP


I ONDO) N former Prime Minister IEdward
Iteath hdi l asin-o.1 mtncd the members of his
('oniiscni\:Vc .ppositon team in Parlialment
but ,a nluber Mi prominent ex- ministers,
incldini (' I '; ot the Fxchequer
Anthnx Bt h.rb- were given no specific duties.
Barberl ked t.b h relieved of special duties
in lHeath' < Shadow Cabinet "for personal
reasons" iwhi.- iwxere not defined.
(Otherrs ,ihi W, erc listed sby Heath as
withoutt .pc O Oi; ih:ties" were I.ord Hailsham
Sd KS :l J.op.' Ilailsham was head of
the imi, a" .i ,ii. ( chancellor in the lor,
ginovit i\ hat' ii is power in the Feb. 28
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S .i.'ti'r\ for Social Servi\ cs.
i-Ite speculation in political
("'rn'..'rx.ative Part\ hieratch\
Sp t sources had reported
n'i iletod tion the Shadow
;i' :. (I h. dancellor denied this-,


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IN THE SHADOWS

Mr. Heath and his shadow ministers faced
Labour at the formal opening of the new
session of Parliament today.
The shadow Cabinet:
Prime Minister Edward Heath
Foreign and commonwealth affairs and
Europe Sir Alec Douglas Home. former
Foreign Secretary. He will be assisted by
former Environment Secretary Geoffrey
Rippon.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Robert Carr,
former Home Secretary, assisted by former
Paymaster General Maurice MacMillan.
Home Secretary James Prior, former Tory
floor leader in the House of Commons.
Industry and Trade Peter Walker,
unchanged.
Welsh Affairs Peter Thomas, unchanged.
Defence lan Gilmour, unchanged.
Social Services Sir Geoffrey Howe, former
Trade Minister.
Energy Patrick Jenkin, Carrington '
fornier deputy' in the department.
Scotland A lick Buchanan-Smith,
unchanged.
Environment Mrs. Margaret Thatcher,
former Education Secretary.
Education William van Straubenzee,
formerly second in charge of Northern Ireland
affairs.
Northern Ireland and Agriculture Francis
PYt,, unchanged although he takes on
..,''. r.i.:.,' i in addition to Northern Ireland.
Employment William Whitelaw,
unchanged.
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DUBLIN A man, his
pregnant wife, and 10 of their
children died in their blazing
home as they vainly tried to
smash through double-glazed
windows installed to keep out
the winter cold, police said.
Neighbours in nightclothes,
awakened by the trapped
family's screams, managed to
shatter a ground floor window
and rescue three other
children, all badly burned and
listed in critical condition at a
local hospital.
It was Ireland's worst family
fire tragedy since World War II,
police said. Neighbours
described how they stood
helplessly outside the flaming
'house while most of the
15-member family of news
vendor Derek Howard
perished.
Maria Harvey, 23, one of the
neighbours first on the scene,
said the expectant mother was
standing at an upstairs window
"with a whole load of children
gathered around her. Mrs
Howard was screaming and the
children were wailing, but all
the windows were double-
glazed and I don't think they
could get out.
"Suddenly there was a loud
explosion of the double-glazing
blowing out and the whole
family disappeared in the front
of my eyes. They didn't have a
hope."
She said the father and the
children delivered newspapers
to shops in the area, adding,


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But officials said Wilson's
minority government still
intends to go ahead with its
nationalization programme.
The Queen, dressed in royal
Ilue knee-length dress with
iilitchinrg hat. addressed the
lawmxnakers in the stately IHouse
ot Lords
She had driven in a car from
Buckingham Palace to the
Houses of Parliament instead
of in a horse-drawn golden
coach as she usually does for
this state occasion.
The major element in the
monarch's speech underlined


She lives alone in the
couple's swank Fifth Avenue
apartment.
Mitchell moved into a
midtown hotel, where he is
residing while on trial in
federal court here for an
alleged scheme to collect a
5200,000 campaign con-
tribution in return for
trying to squelch a fraud
:.... gl _.in by the securities
and exchange commission into
the financial empire of Robert
L. Vesco.
Asked whether President


the Labour government's
resolve to repeal certain
industrial and other laws
enacted by its Conservative
predecessors and thus abandon
Britain's present compulsory
wage controls for a voluntary
system.

In what seemed to be a
switch of policy from the
Conservative approach, the
new government served notice
that it will work with
consumer and producer
countries to tackle the world
energy crisis on a global basis.


Nixon ought to be impeached,
she paused and said, "I don't
know."
She complained that for
some reason she is not
receiving her mail, and that she
cannot contact her daughter,
who is in a private school.
She said that when she
telephones the school, she is
frustrated.
"So I go through the
horrible torture of not
knowing where my daughter
is." she said. (AP)


LONDON A dozen
streakers have paid the price
in British courts of baring all
amid a welter of controversy
over the strip-and-run craze.
Student Tom Smith, 24,
was fined 40 pounds (or
$92.00) in Glasgow for what
magistrate Robert Boyd
called his "Lady Godiva act."
He was charged with
indecent exposure for a 2
a.m. streak through city
streets.
Smith's fine was the
heaviest imposed on the first
crop of bare-faced gents
displaying their unfettered
sprinting talents around the
country as the craze spread to1
Britain from America.
The cheekiest of them all
was 33-year-old furniture
remover Roy Qualter who
nonchalantly sauntered in the
altogether into the central
police station in Hull, an east
coast fishing port, and
presented himself to a


"they were quite a poor family
but just recently they were
getting on to their feet."
The dead were listed as
Howard, 41, his wife, Stella, 37
and their children Derek, 17,
Jackie, 15, Margaret 13,
Jimmy, 11, Colette, 9,
Marcelle, 8, Ronald, 7,
Catherine, 3, Victoria, 2, and
Ian, 1.
Louise, 19, and brothers
Colum, 14, and Anthony, 12,
wUre resF ued


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Rome
Paris
London
Berlin
Amsterdam
New York
San Francisco
Chicago
Miami
Tokyo
Hong Kong
Buenos Aires
Montreal
Honolulu


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55 clear
50 rain
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48 clear'
46 rain
46 cloudy
55 cloudy
37 rain
79 cloudy
46 clear
59 cloudy
84 cloudy
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81 cloudy


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Courts tear a s



off the streak


policewoman by tapping on a
window and cheerfully urging
her to "chase me."
The lady demurred. But
two strapping bobbies didn't.
They nabbed him after a
bracing race. Qualter was
fined 25 pounds, (or $57.50)
for "insulting behaviour."
Other nudes challenging
the prudes at the weekend
were able to outrun the long
arm of the law.
A 23-year-old Rugby
player raised 30 pounds (or
$69) for the families of
victims of the DC10 plane
crash outside Paris last week
by taking bets he would
streak down a street in North
Petherton in Somerset


county.
The well-propo
outraged chure
Belfast with a s
nude across Don
Sunday.
Astonished e
said one was "
blonde, 'but the
too fast for anyo
any pertinent det
Three young n
fortunate, they
into an army
hustled them off
station. It made
the troopers
violence-scarred
Ireland capital.
Discjockey
sporting a green


TOKYO Police
arrested a hijacker at Naha
airport in Okinawa today,
seven hours after a Japan
Airline (JAL) jumbo jet
was seized by a man
demanding millions of
dollars.
When the hijacker asked that
food be brought aboard the
aircraft, seven policemen
dressed as aircraft attendants
took the food in and three of
them seized the man in the
cockpit.
The passengers remaining
aboard the plane began to


CARACAS America's
First Lady Pat Nixon sipped
champagne with outgoing
President Rafael Caldera, got
caught in Caracas'
bumper-to-bumper traffic, and
joked about taking some
Venezuelan oil home with her.
It was all part of her first
day as head of the official U.S.
delegation to Venezuela's
three-day presidential inaugural
festivities.
At the 19th century
legislative palace today she was
to watch the transfer of the
colourful sash of office as new
president Carlos Andres Perez
takes over from Caldera.


Nixon's


innocent,

says


Ford
BOSTON Vice
President Gerald Ford says
he still believes President
Nixon is innocent of
Watergate charges and hopes
the Republican party will
unite in time for the
November elections.
In two appearances here
Monday, Ford said
Republican unity can
thwart Democratic
predictions of a landslide in
congressional races this fall.
Ford spoke before the
annual dinner of the Middle-
sex club the nation's oldest
Republican club and to a
meeting of the Harvard
young Republican club. He
received the latter's man of
the year award.
Ford warned the
Middlesex Club that if
Democratic predictions of a
sweeping victory come true.
the Democrats in Congress
would be able to run
roughshod over the
president.
Ford told the young
Republicans that his loyalty
to President Nixon and the
White House has not
compromised his
convictions about the
president.
"According to all the
information that I know. I
don't believe the President
was involved in Watergate
and I don't believe he was
involved in the coverup"
Ford said. (AP)


disembark.
The hijacker had taken the
jumbo jet with 429 persons
aboard and demanded millions
of dollars, 15 parachutes and
mountain-climbing equipment.
The Boeing 747 landed
safely at Naha, Okinawa, its
destination, and 90 minutes
later the hijacker let 162 of the
passengers get off. They
included 111 women, 3
children and 48 men who were
elderly or in frail health.
There was confusion over
how much money the
skyjacker was asking.
The airline reported first
that he demanded $5.5 million
in $1,000 bills and 200 million


earrings among all the men in
their dark business suits. Mrs.
Nixon was in gay, good
spirits informal amid all the
formal ceremonials of saluting
honour guards and protocol.
With a handshake and a
smile, she gave outgoing
president Caldera her
credentials in the elegant salon
Sol Del Peru, where a
medallion in the ceiling
depicting the sun and moon is
made of pure eold.

Mrs. Nixon said she told
Caldera that her husband
"wished he could be here. But
he sent the closest thing to his
heart me."
When a reporter asked what
was in a letter she handed
Caldera, Mrs. Nixon replied
laughingly: "I didn't read
it do you think I read other
peoples' mail?"


Tuesday, March 12, 1974
----- ---- --- -


,en, equivalent to $666,000.
Later the airline said he was
demandind $55 million. Police
in Naha said they were trying
to find out which figure was
correct.
Police in Naha reported that
the hijacker was demanding
that the Japan Air Lines Boeing
747 take him back to Tokyo
and that money, ropes and
other "Alpine equipment" be
prepared for him there.
A spokesman for Japan Air
Lines said the hijacker was
about 22 or 23 years old, lean,
bushy haired and wearing a
white mask and sun glasses.
He was reported carrying a
small black bag, but the
spokesman said he made no
threat to blow up the plane.
Although only one hijacker
was reported, his notes in
English handed to the pilot
used the words "we" and
"our." This aroused
speculation that the young
man might have accomplices
aboard.
The airline said all the
passengers had undergone a
thorough baggage check before
takeoff, including exposure to
a recently bought X-ray
detector.
Passengers said there was no
panic when it was announced
that the plane was been
hijacked. Many of them said
they did not even see the
skyjacker. "At first I thought it
was a joke," said one of the
stewardesses. (AP)


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Wilson's programme softens



Labour's radicalpledges


Martha Mitchell raps White House


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dark glasses, rolled umbrella
and briefcase, staged a protest.
streak against the stripping of:
S the Miss World title from:
American model Marjorie
Wallace.
"y He sprinted through a
e s crowded conference hall in
Southport, a coastal resort,
hotly pursued by a
trtioned girls fully-clothed cop. The law
chgoers in finally ran him to ground in a
print in the hotel.
egall Square One streaker actually
became the first male nude to
tye-witnesses get his picture in a British
shapely and paper. The Sun tabloid,
other moved renowned for its daily digest
ne to notice of bare-bosomed nude
ails." pinups, splashed a half-page
nen were less photo of him running down a
ran smack Manchester thoroughfare clad
patrol who only in socks, shoes and a tie.
to a police The mass circulation Daily
a change for Mirror declared in an
in the editorial: "Anyone who strips
Northern and runs a shivering course in
the March winds deserves a
Chris Day, medal ... for bravery in the
n Afro wig, face of hostile weather."


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Ihe bribhtu


EDITORIAL

The psychology of power


BY ETIENNE DUPUCH
THE DECISION of Britain to go through with independence
for Grenada in spite of everything that was happening in the
island finally establishes the fact that "Great" Britain has
withdrawn from a place in the world that gave her the title of
"Great".
Today she is no greater than nations....great in past
centuries....that were overtaken by time and events that forced
them from the glow of the footlights on the stage of life.
Power seems to convey an aura that mesmerizes lesser men
who seem to bow their heads and surrender their will to the often
cruel spirit of power.
I have always been amazed by the fact that anyone endowed
with the aura of power seems able to commit any outrage....or
perform other extraordinary acts....without getting hurt.
In Grenada, for example, several people were killed, many were
injured or imprisoned, shops were looted even by the police, but
the man whose presence was responsible for creating this
situation was able to say confidently that he did not fear
assassination.
"Everything the government does," he told reporters, "is
metaphysically calculated. I'm a spiritualist and connect with a
divine source to get my inspiration."
Papa Doc had a long run of brutalities in Haiti. He finally died
in his bed. The people believed he communed with obeah spirits.
Also Castro in Cuba. In both these countries thousands of people
have been executed, hundreds of thousands have been imprisoned
without trial. And still they rode high while leaders of a
compassionate nature were swept into discard.
Apart from all his other atrocities, Hitler was able to have six
million Jews destroyed and Mussolini also had his day in official
crime.
How are they able to do these things for a long time without
themselves getting hurt'

For a long time in the Bahamas people have been whispering
that somebody in the government is in touch with a "miracle"
obeah man in Ilaiti. This is all nonsense, of course, but as long as
people bet,eve this kind of rubbish they are filled with a
subconscious fear that blinds their intelligence and robs them of
their reason and will power. They just become creeping, crawling
followers of an ugly myth.
The thing that amazes me is that even church leaders are often
whipped into line by a form of senseless mass hysteria.
We have seen this happen in many parts of the world, notably
in Germany under Hitler and in Italy under Mussolini where
religious leaders cooperated with the forces of evil in the
beginning. When the scales finally fell from their eyes and they
tried to correct their error it was too late....they had lost their
influence over the people.
I have warned ministers in the Bahamas, who are now raising
their voices for thic ,.rst time against casino gambling, that they
may' have w :ted too long. It might now be too late to correct the
error of their ways.
The churches in Grenada were among the groups that finally
raised their voices against the brazen abuses that were committed
by Gairy prior to independence but he swept them aside with
contempt. Gairy described them as "very weak and hypocritical".
a*****+**** *
You know....l have been fascinated by this psychology of
power that has its season....but, whenever the spell is broken, the
people go wild and mercilessly destroy the object of their
adulation.


Remember what Mark Antony said in his oration over Caesar's
bier. Only a short time earlier, he reminded his audience, the
world would have trembled at the word of Caesar. Now he was no
more than a nlound of cold, decaying flesh that would soon be
reduced to a mere handful of dust.
An interesting case in history was that of General Gordon, one
of Britain's most remarkable military leaders, who was finally
killed by the spear of a wild dervish in the siege of Khartoum.
This man was not a dictator. He had a different kind of
mysterious charm. He used to personally lead his men into battle
with only an officer's swank stick under his arm. He made no
attempt to defend himself. Men fell all around him but he had
built up such a reputation for courage that even the enemy
seemed afraid to harm him on the field of battle.
He had a long run as a man who led a charmed life. This charm
was broken in the holy war when Government House in
Khartoum was surrounded by thousands of screaming dervish
It is said that in this critical moment General Gordon stepped
out on the verandah of Government IHouse with his swank stick
under his arm. At the sight of him silence fell over the crowd. For
a moment they shrank back. But one man threw a spear that
felled the general ... the spell was broken ... and Khartoum was
destroyed.

For centuries Britain became the object of fear in the world.
Her will was law and only the most reckless dared dispute her
authority.
One of Britain's greatest leaders was Lord Nelson.
The story is told that one day he was sailing alone over a broad
expanse of ocean when his ship was sighted by a strong flotilla of
the French navy. The French went in pursuit of the Admiral.
In this crisis a man on Nelson's ship fell overboard. The
Admiral refused to leave him. He stopped his ship and put a
pinnace over the side to pick up the man.
At the sight of the great Nelson apparently waiting for them
instead of running away, the French ships turned around and
sailed away. Their commander felt that for Nelson to take such a
reckless action he must have had sources of power of which they
were not aware.

It has been interesting and painful too to watch the
decline and final dissolution of the British Empire.
Pressures brought on wounded Britain by rich Uncle Sam
speeded up this process and is responsible for much of the
confusion and reckless disregard for law and order we see all
around us in the world today.
England faced her "Waterloo" in the Suez crisis in 1956 when
America's Foreign Secretary Foster Dulles stood up alongside the
Russian representative in the UN and condemned British
imperialism. The irony of this situation was that at the time
Russia was....and still is....the only Inperialist power in the world.
Uncle Sam was silent a few years later when Russia raped
Hungary and equally silent with the later suppressive measures
taken by the Russians in Czechoslovakia and Poland to brutally
gnuff out all forces of freedom and elements of democracy in
those freedom-loving nations.
The time came when the U.S. awakened to the error of her
ways.
When Dr. Cheddi Jagan, a declared Communist, won power in
British Guiana the U.S. became hysterical and urged Britain to
check this Marxist trend in one of her colonies.
Britain tried....and succeeded for a time. But only for a short
time. It was then too late. And today Uncle Sam is facing the
same situation in the Panama Canal that he helped to force on
Britain and France in the Suez crisis in 1956.
l******** 9


SI think that the straw that broke the British camel's back was
the case of Anguilla.
When the people of Anguilla rebelled against the government


EDITOR, The Tribune,
'Ah read in d' paper d' udder
day where one o' dem fellow
what bury-up in d' square deal
say d' bes' ting could happen t'
d' Bahamas would be for
gub'ment t' buy up a heap o'
cheap grub an' sell it t' d'
peoples an' doan border 'bout
making' no profit, cause d'
merchant dem ain't see. where
conscience pass 'long by, an'
gub'ment can't stoop dat low.
Man, when ah read dis, ah
say: "Atta-boy! Dis d' bes'
t'ing happen t' d' Bahamas
since Gubnor Rogers trow out
dat first set o' pirate. Ah only
hopes dis fellow mean what he
talking' 'bout an' keep after
gub'ment till dey get some o'
dem dooties roll back so vittals
stop costin' dollar a chew."
Well, dis news sweeten muh
right up an' I gone 'round
tellin' people what doan read
d' newspaper and can't figure
out what ZNS talking' 'bout
nohow. Ah evetell d'
visitors 'round we island, an'
man, dey eye light up!
"Ya mean we could begin t'


eat agin?" one old timer ask.
"Das what it sound like to
me," I say.
"Say, das great," d' visitor
shout. "Pork-an'-beans is
alright for d' first month or so.
After dat, it get a bit corny. I
gotta write ma' buddies, let
'em know."
He dash off t' d' village store
an' snatch up twenty-seven
pos' card an' one inedible lead
pencil an' start writing' message
t' all he friend.
"All yinna boys could plan
t' visit d' islands agin," he
write, "gub'ment look like he
go' fix grub so ya could enjoy
it agin, 'cordin' t' dis
square-deal fella, dat is." Den
he dash down t' d' village pos'
office t' buy stamp.
Well, he gone in d' room an'
stan' up front o' d' winder like
teef before Missa Thompson
for he fourteenth time. D' gal
behind d' des', she got trouble
wid her finger nail, her hair,
her eye, her vital statistic an'
ting; it little while 'fore she get
t' know anybody 'round.
"'Tain't nuttin' I could do


fer you?" she ask, hopefully.
"Durn rigr it is," L visitor
say, "ya could sell me some
stamp, maybe."
"What kinda stamp
y' want?" she ask, giving one
nail d' coo-det-ah an' looking'
like she might decide t stan up
'fore closing' time.
"Postcard stamp. Fourteen
cent stamp," d' visitor explain.
"Sorry, we want some o'
dem self," d' gal say, looking'
relieved.
"Ya mean ya don't have no
fourteen cent stamp'?"
"Das right."
"Well, what kind does ya
have?"
"We got plenty eighteen
cent stamp and sixteen cent
stamp, dey does go on pos
card."
D' visitor ain't say nuttin':
jus' look.
"Den we got eight cent
stamp and five cent stamp," d'
gal say.
"Ah'll take d' eight and
five." d' visitor say.
"Y' can't sen' air mail pos
card tirteen cent." d' gal


0iTOR


explain, an' she laugh, "das
teefin"'
"No more teefin' 'an if I sen'
'em sixteen. d' visitor say. an'
he laugh,
"How come ain't no pos
card stamp?" d' visitor ask.
"Where yinna does get stamp
from, anyhow''"
"From d' commissioner," d'
gal explain.
"An' where de does get 'emr


from." d' visitor inquire.
"I ruor d' Nassau Pos'
0!, .. "
"An' where dey does get 'em
from '"
"I dunno." d' gal say.
guh'inent does buy 'em from
somewhere."
"An' ya mean, gub'ment is
outta stamp?" d' visitor ask.
"Das what d' commissioner
say." d' gal comment-


"Well.' d visitor say,
sadfully. "dat trows a new light
on tings."
An' he tear up d' pos' card
an' went t' d' radio station an'
write out one telegram t' all he
buddies. lie show me one copy
o' d' telegram next day. D'
telegram say:
"Yinna boys eat all ya could
hold 'fore ya come over here."

COUSIN ZEPH
Eleuthera,
February 20, 1974


MR. GARY KNOWLES receives the Bahamasair
round-trip ticket ot Miami from Mr. Stanley Toogood for
his winning name for the new Toogood Baby Portrait
Studio. The contest was run recently in The Tribune and
attracted more than 200 entries, some of which will be
featured in an article on Toogood's Studio later this week
in this newspaper. Appearing on the right of the picture is
Mr. Leroy Burrows who is now celebrating his 31st year
with Toogood's Studios.


By The Associated Press
TODAY is TUESDAY, MARCHl
12th, the 71st day of 1974, there
are 294 days left in the year.
HIGHLIGHTS in history on this
date:
1973 The military government
in Argentina declares the Peronist.
Hector Campora, victor in the
national elections.
1972 -- Britain and China agree
to exchange ambassadors, 22 years
after London first recognized the
Peking government.
1971 Conservative government
of Turkey resigns after military
leaders threaten takeover.
1968 Independence is
proclaimed for the Indian Ocean
island of Mauritius, which has been
under British rule.
1967 Former Soviet Premier
Nikita Khrushchev is mobbed by
friendly Russians as he makes rare
public appearance to vote.
1963 U.S., Britain and France
recognize a new military
government in Syria four days after
it stages a coup.
1957 India provides loan to
Burma.
1956 Greece asks that Cyprus
question be placed before U.N.
Assembly.
1950 Belgian referendum


favours return of King Leopold Ill.
1947 U.S. President Truman
outlines Truman Doctrine of
economic and military aid to states
threatened by Communism and
said he plans to aid Greece and
Turkey.
1939 Pope Pius XII is elevated
to Papacv.
1938 German invade Austria.
1937 Italian dictator Benito
Mussolini opens a highway from
Libya to Egypt.
1930 Mahatma Gandhi opens
civil disobedience campaign in India
against British.
1925 Britain refuses to sign
Geneva Protocol for peaceful
settlement of international
disputes.
1912 First parachute jump
from an airplane is made by U.S.
Army Captain Albert Berry.
1896 Britain decides on
reconquest of Sudan to protect Nile
River from French advance.
1877 -- Britain annexes Waives
Bay on southwest African
coast.
1867 Napoleon III withdraws
French support from Maximilian of
Mexico.
1854 Britain and France
conclude alliance with Turkey
against Russia.


of St. Kitts, a British Associated State, everyone shouted for
Britain to do something. Leading the demand for action were the
governments of Jamaica and Trinidad.
There was only one thing Britain could do to restore authority
in the area....and that was to send troops to the island.
She did this....and leading the chorus of condemnation were
the governments of Jamaica and Trinidad!
And, of course, the Afro-Asian group in the U.N. shouted their
usual cries of "Imperialism".
No one in the U.N. raises a voice against Russian
atrocities....because today Russia wears the aura of power.
*********
The power of Britain is broken. And she is retreating on every
front. The roar of the courageous old British Lion is no longer
heard in the councils of the nations. If her voice is heard at all
today it is no more than the meow of a feeble old cat.
Even at home the British government seems to have lost
authority over the British people and internal forces are today
delivering to this once great nation the stroke of death.
I never ever expected to live to see this terrible day.

It is extraordinary but it would seem that there are times in the
lives of individuals and in the history of nations when the forces
of evil "roam through the world seeking whom they may
devour."
The only consolation for the faithful is the promise in the
Bible that men of evil are like the bay rush plant ... they may
flourish for awhile but they will eventually be destroyed by the
forces of good.
When I started to write this article I intended to tell you of
some of my own experiences with the psychology of power.
Instead I have launched out into an historical discourse.
I will continue this discussion tomorrow.
*****i***
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Be not dismayed. In the future lies the Promised Land.
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By Abigail Van Buron
C 1o4 I yr CaWC TMr Y. NIws s M, IW.
DEAR ABBY: Joe is n3. I am 3. Th'i ls the second
time around for both of us. We've beea mmw ed for four
months, which is when all our trouble started. We lived
together for a year first, and it was heavely. There wa
never a problem about his ability to satiy me, but now
that we're married, he has absolutely no interest in me
sexually. Joe says when I was his girl friend lovemaking
was exciting, but now that I'm his wife-nothing, [I can't


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OMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS
N THE SUPREME COURT
equityy Side


1973
No. 29


IN THE MATTER of ALL THAT tract of land
situate in the Southern part of the Island of
Andros one of the Bahama Islands between
Kemp's Bay and the Bluff Settleitents and
containing Five and Twenty-six hundredths
(5.26) acres being a portion of a tract of land
containing One thousand Eight hundred (1,800)
acres originally granted to Joseph Samuel
Johnson
AND IN THE MATTER of the Petition of
Richard T. Jebb and Joseph Dudley Devine
AND IN THE MATTER of The Quieting Titles
Act, 1959.


NOTICE OF PETITION
NOTICE is hereby given that Richard T. Jebb of
the County of Delray Beach in the State of Florida
one of the United States of America and Joseph
Dudley Devine of the City of New York in the
State of New York another of the said United
States of America, Land Developers (hereinafter
collectively called "the Petitioners") are applying
to the Supreme Court to have their title to the land
hereinafter described investigated under Section
3 of the said Act, and the nature and extent
thereof determined and declared in a Certificate of
Title to be granted by the said Court hi accordance
with the provisions of the said Act.


ALL THAT piece parcel or tract of land situate
in the Southern part of the island of Andros one
of the Islands of the Commonwealth of the
Bahamas aforesaid between Kemp's Bay and the
Bluff Settlements in the vicinity of Smith's Hill
Settlement and containing Five and Twenty-six
hundredths (5.26) acres bounded Northwardly
partly by land in the occupation of various
persons and partly by land originally granted to
Thomas Taylor and Williamr Smith and running
thereon jointly Two hundred and Forty-one and
Sixty-three hundredths (241.63) feet more or
less and partly by Tract B the property of the
Petitioners and running thereon One hundred
(100) feet Eastwardly by the Sea and running
thereon Six hundred and Ninety-eight and
Thirty hundredths (698.30) feet Southwardly
partly by land in the occupation of various
persons and partly by land originally granted to
Thomas Smith and F. Campbell and running
thereon jointly Three hundred and Ninety-six
and Seventy-seven hundredths(396.77) feet and
Westwardly partly by the Government Main
Road and running thereon Three hundred and
Eighty-nine and Sixty-two hundredths (389.62)
feet and partly by the said Tract B the property
of the Petitioners and running thereon Four
hundred feet and Ninety-eight hundredths
(400.98) feet SAVING AND EXCEPTING a
Road Reservation Ten (10) feet wide running
from the said Government Main Raod to the Sea
shown on the Plan filed in this action which said
piece parcel or tract of land has such position
boundaries shape marks and dimensions as are
shown on the Plan filed in this action and is
delineated on that part which is coloured Pink
on the said Plan.


The Petitioners claim to own and hold the said
land as Joint Tenants by virtue of a Conveyance
dated 2nd August, 1960, and made between R. G.
Collins, the younger, the Hon. Godfrey Walter
Higgs and Sir Oswald L. Bancroft, Trustees of the
Will f the late R. G. Collins, Senior, as Trustees
and the Petitioners. recorded in Volume 315 at
pages 114 to 120 AND a Conveyance dated 28th
December, 1960, made between Andros Ocean
Ridge Development Company Limited and the
Petitioners recorded in Volume 313 at pages 442
to 450.


COPIES of the said Plans may be inspected during
normal office hours at the following places:-
(a) The Registry of the Supreme Court, Public
Square in the City of Nassau:
(b) The Office of the Commissioner, Kemp's Bay,
Andros, and,
(c) The Chambers of Alexander Maiiis,
Harrison Building, Marlborough Street, in the
City of Nassau.


Any person who objects to the granting of the said
Certificate of Title requested by the Petitioners is
required, before the llth day of April, A.D. 1974,
to file in the Supreme Court and serve on the
Petitioners or their attorney, the undersigned, a
statement of his claim in the prescribed, form
verified by an affidavit to be filad 4terewith.
Failure of any such perso to b rh. 4lsterve a
statement of his or her clarti on br befta e 11 th
day of April, 1974, wilH,operate as a bar to such
claim.


sex after the wedding


understand that statement. I
I have suggested counseling, but he refuses. I think
about him all day, and when he comes home I'm turned on
by just the sight of him, but he doeain' respond. I am
ready to climb the walls.
I am an attractive woman and I'm meticulous about
my grooming, and I can't understand his total indifference.
I was better off when we just lived together. What do you
recommend? LEGAL IS LOUSY


DEAR LEGAL: I am NOT going to recommend that
you divorce your husband in order to turn him on again.
His ability to become aroused sexually now that you are
legally wed indicates that for sex to be "exciting" to Joe, it
must be forbidden. [There are men who can perform only
with women they consider to be inferior or low-down; wives
are "nice" women-like their mothers and sisters, and
therefore not for sex.l Too bad Joe refuses counseling. He
weeds to change his attitudes about sex and love. And
counseling is the answer.


DEAR ABBY: My husband and I have been invited to
a house-warming party. The wife is a fanatic about people
smoking in.her home, and has stated on the invitation that
guests who wish to smoke will have to go out on the patio!
Both my husband and I smoke, and neither of us wants
to drive 35 miles to attend a party where we will have to
go out on the patio to smoke. [It's cold this time of year
where we live.]
I've been wrestling with my conscience for weeks, try-
ing to decide whether we should make up some excuse and
decline at the last minute to avoid hurting the hostess'


feelings, or to simply decline now and tell her the truth.
What do you say? HOOKED
DEAR HOOKED: Decline now, and tell her why.
DEAR ABBY: My wife and I were the parents of three
children-two girls and a boy. The boy died last year [at
age four] following heart surgery. When we meet new
people, they inevitably ask, "How many children have you?"
Our son was a beautiful child, and we don't want to
exclude him, so how do we reply? Your answer may help
others in our situation. C.G.S. IN THE SOUTHEAST
DEAR C.G.S.: Tell them you have two lovely daughters
and lost a beautiful four-year-old son last year following
heart surgery.
DEAR ABBY: With regard to your reference to the
"law" requiring the presence of a nurse during a gyneco-
logical examination: An Irish doctor attributed it to the
conceit of American women. I am a gynecologist who has
practiced for 40 years, and I have always had a nurse
present during examinations, but to my knowledge no law


Tuesday, Marc

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exists which requires it.
Physicians in other countries, not being fair game for
any and all "suit happy" patients, may have a hard time
understanding this necessary precaution. My colleagues in
the U. S. A. do. And they had better!
H. H. S. [M. D.]
DEAR M.D.: As I understand it, there is no such "law"
-it's just a common practice among physicians. And a
wise one, for obvious reasons.
For Abby's beeklet. '"Hw to Have a Lovely We Idl
ead 81 to Aigail Van Barm, 13 Lasky Dr., Bev y Bi,
Cal. NM .
Problems? You'll feel better if you get it off yor chest.
For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. 67r, L.A.,
Calif. 009. Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope,
please.


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Eat and Grow Younger



Protect youthful vitality


starting with your next meal


By LELORD KORPE!
Number Twenty-Four of a Series


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Don't Grow Old at Dining Table 1

In planning your Eat-and-Grow-Younger program: of
high-protein foods, I have tried to keep in mind the only
important nutritional taboos which have a basis in scien-
tific fact. Following are some do's and don't-do's:


certain extractive substances
that help to excite the gastric
glands into producing the very
powerful hydrochloric acid
which is essential for thorough
digestion of a protein meal.
This is a timely spot to bring
up the subject of chewing. A lot
of false information and errone-
ous advice has been handed out
to the public for years on the
subject of "proper mastication
of food." Once and for all, I
would like to clear up these mis-
taken ideas, and present t he
facts. In brief, here is your
"chewing chart":
HOW TO CHEW
1. All vegetables, fruits and
sugar-starch foods should be
chewed thoroughly. Carbo-
hydrates are digested in an al-
kaline base, as I've explained
before. The saliva in your mouth
is an alkali, and is secreted by
.he salivary glands as the first
step in the long and compli-
cated digestion of carbohy-
drates. Therefore, if you bolt
your carbohydrate foods, you
cause them to miss this pre-
liminary digestive processing.
2. All protein foods such as
meat, fish, poultry, eggs, and
cheese require little chewing for
good digestion. No doubt this
comes as a surprise to you -
a complete reversal of every-
thing you've ever been taught
about mastication. Meat has
been conscientiously and labor-
iously ground for the person
wth poor, or no teeth; while
eggs have been boiled only


1. Avoid combining high-pro-
teins (red meats, poultry, fish,
eggs, cheese, milk) with high-
ap s starches (rice, macaroni, spa-
ghetti. white bread, rich des-
serts) at the same meal.
i And if, for some valid reason,
V 1iS Lo r you are forced to eat more high-
starch meals than high-protein,
obkm the visitors a~ r then by all means take liberal
stii abott ihe amounts of supplemental vita-
iip :, 0nio aji tiit mins, since the more starch you
ts i, o .indd sc in eat, the more your body is de-
but few spea.-, pleted of the B-complex factors
that have the specific task of
so ln lsor \ postponing the day when you
Ssa' of hi, (,rn, must say farewell to youth.
ih I rillia/lr \11ap 2. Avoid combining pure fats
E', JIri' tr \, i,,sju with high starches in the same
'iji \irportn Il meal. For instance bacon (al-
,. i pr)diic, b\ most 100 percent fat, and of the
11, u. h J- wrong kind, too), fried potatoes,
ins. i .i u~'!'.. cream, white sugar, w hit e
p, k.:.. l'".. bread and jelly are a rather
c.i.'\ -ti ,ii common breakfast menu in
\.au andl Pli.J.. some homes, yet nothing could
hu '!0,1'r .rCnto',- .1 be worse nutrition.
,i! jd\clni' It's absolutely impossible to
0ot ritctO i, ,ist'Is plan a meal that doesn't in-
*:!i.I'i;C' is codi ed' clude some carbohydrate with
*,lr ,'- ,atI ', .: its proteins, or some fat with its
carbohydrate. But the thing to
I, keep in mind is this: A meal
S\!. should be predominantly either
:i vI' is, !!id r protein or carbohydrate. When
it is predominantly protein, it
r nup .':r thtc:. 1t- i should include only those natur-
Sfor sih, p'!lP: .+' I al starches found in vegetables,
who do n mt p.., fruits, milk and honey or unre-
fined raw sugar. This means,
o atiuds '~, -s one example, omitting.a rice
trc oi'r ons i! or macaroni dish and pie with
Ii 'uia, (your steak, substituting the car-
u iioui ,rti sirsit M. bohydrates to be found in a
S.hix xt green salad, a cooked vegetable
'sr Map., rc r ,h and a fruit or custard dessert.
visitos ink.cd t rom Start your meals with fruit,
,,_ abJii,,d a t pcM a cup of vegetable soup, a bouil-
nal Aiir Bahl.nm lon or meat broth. Why? Be-
is compu.a V\\'cs: cause fresh fruits, together with
brne t roim noo t, meat extracts or the bouillon
uan visitors \teckl -s made by simmering meats and
a ,p; a.l I i eek vegetables together, are rich in


COMMONWEALTH OF ITH- BAHAMAS 1974
IN THe SUPRIEM (COURT No 9Q
quit' Side
IN ITL MATTER of ALL THAT tract of land
containing Six and Twernty hlii nd l tli, (i0.20)
acres situate on the Southern Side of West Ba.
Street in thie ,icinity of Gambier in the
Northwestern District of New Providence one of
the Islands in the C'onmmonwealth of the
Bahamas a fotresaid

A\ll IN THe MATTLR of tile Petition of Elddr
Roderick Bain of the Cit\ of Nassau in the
Island of New Providence aforesaid. Merchant

ANI) IN THE MATTIR of the Quieting Titles
Act
NOTICE OF PETITION
NNOTICL. is hireb\ given that EdgCr Roderick Bain
of the City of Nassau on the Island of New
Providence. Merchant (hereinafter called "the
Pettitioner") is appl' ing to the Supreme Court to
have his title to the land hereinafter described
investigated under Section 3 of the said Act, and
the nature and extent thereof determined and
declared in a Certificate of Title to be granted by
the said Court in accordance with the provisions of
the said Act.

Thie said land is situate and described as follow s:-
ALL THAT tract of land containing Six and
'Twenti hundredths (o.20) acres situate on the
Southern side of West Bay Street in the vicinity
of G;ambier in the \ilrtrl s. ci r District of the
Island of New Providence aforesaid bounded n
the '.,'rti, by West Bay Street and running
thereon One hundred and Ninr[ -nim, .and
Sevent- five hundredths (19C.75) feet on t!ie
t Ist by land now ,or foinerlx the propert'it
Sof Elsie May Ka, and running thereon On(
thousand Four hundred and Thirtl-two and
Seventyrseen hundredths ( 1.432.'77 feet on thi
South b y a res'er"val ion Ir a road Nineteen ,and
Light hulidrcdlh, Ii Il feet wide and runner i
thereon I wo hundred and Ni ne andi 1c t\ -rix ;
tiundredthis ( 20 .251 feet and on the \\est b,
land nowv or tormerlt ,i, property of Nasst'~
I ain and i iraiihe C( company arind runniri.
thereon One rhiiusjaind our hundred il
I wenty-Uftor and Iw'o hundredths 1.424.i2
teet w n ich -,'id tra ic at land hias sluc po-s o r
shape boundaries marks and dimensions w'ti 1
ar orar mre icrlaril show in on a plan filed ii
this matter had thereon shown nured Pink
ihe Pettiorluier claims to )o n arnd hold the s uid
land b\ Tirtue of a C r'd .mCance dated the l ltli
Lebruar\. I Q40 made between Joseph HIepburn
and the Petitioner and recorded in Book YI at
pages 1 32 to 134 AN)D a ConveCance dated 22nd
Septcniber. 1 53 ade I-btween Bertran Stuart
and the Petitioner and r,.ordcd in BIx)k K20 at
pages 533 to 536.
C(OPIIES of the said Plans ina be inspected during
: normal office hours at the follow ing places:-
I a Il he Registr oftheC SupreCmne Court. Public
SqnUare in tlie C(it\ f tNassau. aind
l bI Thie Chlamnbers ot Alexander P. Maillis.,
Harrison Building. Marlhoroughi Street in the
N il of Nassau.

Any person who objects to the granting of the said
Certificate of Title requested by the Petitioner is
required, before the 4th day of April. A.D. 1974,
to file in tile Supremne Court and serve on the
Petitioner or his attorney, the undersigned, a
statement of his claims in the prescribed form
verified by an affidavit to be filed there li
s Failure of anx such person to file and serve a
Sstatemnent of his or her claim on or before the 4th
day of April, 1974, will operate as a bar to such
claim.
DATED this 21st day of February. A.D). 1974.

ALEXANDER P. MAILLIS
Chambers.
Harrison Building,
Marlborough Street.
Nassau, Bahamas,
Attorney for the Petitioner.


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A final word on "home" di-
gestive aids: The kindest thing
you can do for your stomach is
not to overload it. If food gives
you a real taste thrill, you eat
less, are better nourished, and
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if there is capacity for some-
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you won't want it.
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need the important vitamins and
minerals. The sad fact is that
many of our foods do not supply
all of the vitamins and miner-
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mum nutrition.
For that reason, in addition to
good eating, it is wise to use
supplemental vitamins and min-
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the formula called "Nutri-Time"
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food supplement.
I've told you the facts. The
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you.
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only you don't help fasten the
shackles of premature old age
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THE END


HAMSTER THREAT


BONN Gold hamsters, a
marmot-type rodent often kept
as pets, could cause meningitis,
the West Germin Health
Minister warned today.
A statement said some of
the bunny-like pets secrete a
virus during the first three
months of their lives that could
lead to the bacterial disease.
There was also a suspicion,
the Health Ministrysaid, that


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the rodents cause malform-
ations in unborn children if the
pregnant mother suffers from
an infection. (AP)









TWICE


NOTICE Is hereby given that WALTER LEWIS
HANCHELL of Owens Town, Andros 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 5th day of
March 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002,
Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that LILLIAN ESTELLA KERR
of Cowpen Road, 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 12th day of
March 1974, to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs P. O. Box
N3002, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ST. GERARD MEZADIEU of
Farrington Road, N.P. Bhs. 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 naturalization should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 12th day of
March, 1974, to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box
N-3002 Nassau.


COMMONWEALTH OF
THE BAHAMA ISLANDS
IN THE SUPREME COURT
Equity Side


IN THE MATTER of
or lot of land situate
Eastern District of
Providence.


ALL THAT piece
in Johnson Road
the Island of


AND

IN THE MATTER of The Quieting Titles Act,
1959

AND

IN THE MATTER of The Petition of Miriam
Symonette

NOTICE

The Petition of Miriam Symonette of the
Eastern District of the Island of New Providence.
in respect of:-
ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land situate in
Johnson Road in the Eastern District of the
Island of New Providence and bounded
NORTHWESTWARDLY by land the property
of Herman Hanna and running thereon One
hundred (100) feet NORTHEASTWARDLY by
land the property of Lewis Symonette and
running thereon One hundred (100) feet
SOUTHEASTWARDLY by Johnson Road and
running thereon One hundred (100) feet and
SOUTHWESTWARDLY by Kelly Street and
running thereon Ony hundred (100) feet
Miriam Symonette, the Petition. in this
matter claims to be the owner in fee siiip!'- of the
said piece parcel or lot of land, and has made
application to the Supreme Court of the
Commonwealth of the Bahama Islands under
Section Three (3) of The Quieting Titles Act, 1959

to have her title to the said land investigated and
the nature and extent thereof determined and
declared in a Certificater of Title to be granted by
the Court in accordance with the provisions of the
Act.
COPIES of the plan may be inspected during
normal working hours at the following places.
(a) The Registry of The Supreme Court, Public
Square in the City of Nassau aforesaid;
(b) The Chambers of Hanna & Stewart-Coakley in
Deveaux Street, in the City of Nassau
aforesaid, Attorneys for the Petitioner.
NOTICE is hereby given that any person having
dower or a right to dower or an adverse claim or
claims not recognized in the Petition shall on or
before the 26th day of April, A. D. 1974 file in the
Supreme Court in the City of Nassau aforesaid and
serve on the Petitioner or the undersigned a
statement of his or her claim in the prescribed
form, verified by an affidavit to be filed therewith.
Failure of any such person to file and serve a
statement of his or her claim on or before the 26th
day of April A. D. 1974 will operate as a bar to
such claim.
Dated this 7th day of March, A. D. 1974.


HANNA & STEWART-COAKLEY
Attorneys for the Petitioner
Chambers
Deveaux Street
Nassau Bahamas.


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No. 3


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IN THl: SUPREME COURT OF 1973
TIHlE C IIOMMONWEALTH
OF TIHE BAHAMAS No. 40
EQUITY SIDE.
NOTICE
THE QUIETING TITLES ACT.

FThe Petition of JFNNIF BI RN1 T1 F CASH of the
Island of New Providence in the Commonwealth of
The Bahamas, Housewife in respect of:-
ALL that piece parcel or lot of land situate on
Gillum Road in the Settlement of Hope Town
on the Island of Elbow Cay Abaco in the
Colmnlirr .l.illr fl of The Bahamas which said
piece parcel or lot of land is bounded as follows
NORTHWARDLY by land now or formerly the
property of William Roberts EASTWARDLY by
the Sea at High Water Mark SOUTHWARDLY
by Ocean Lane AND WESTWARDLY by Gillum
Road and running thereon Forty-two and Forty
hundredths (42.40) feet which said piece parcel
or lot of land is coloured Pink on the plan
thereof filed in this matter in the Registry of the
Supreme Court in the City of Nassau.
JFNNIf BERNETTE CASH, the Petitioner in this
matter, claims to be: the owner in fee simple in
possession of the piece parcel or lot of land and has
made application to the Supreme Court of the said
Bahama Islands under Section 3 of The Quieting
Titles Act to have her title to the said piece parcel
or lot of land investigated and the nature and
extent thereof determined and declared in a
Certificate of Title to be granted by the Court in
accordance with the provisions of the said Act.
C'OPIL-S of the said plan may be inspected during
normal office hours at the following places:-
(a) The Registry of The Supreme Court, Public
Square. in the City of Nassau aforesaid;
(b) The Chambers of Messrs. Higgs & Kelly, 324
Bay Street. in the City of Nassau aforesaid
Attorneys for the Petitioner.
(c) The Office of the Commissioner at Marsh
Harbour. Abaco.
(d) The Office of the Justice of the Peace at Hope
Town, Abaco.
NOTICE is hereby given that any person having
dower or a right to dower or an adverse claim or a
claim not recognized in the Petition shall on or
before the 15th day of April 1974 file in the
Supreme Court in the City of Nassau aforesaid and
serve on the Petitioner or the undersigned a
statement of his claim in the prescribed form,
verified by an affidavit to be filed therewith.
Failure of any such person to file and serve a
statement of his claim on or before the 15th day of
April. 1974 will operate as a bar to such claim.

HICGS & KELLY
324 Bay Street
Nassau, Bahamas
Attorneys for the Petitioner.


QUEEN'S


COLLEGE

NASSAU

Applications are invited from qualified teachers for
the following appointments in September, 1974:
1. ART TEACHER to teach up to "0" and "A"
Level. The person appointed should have knowledge
of Modern Art teaching and ability to teach Pottery
would be an added qualification.
2. DOMESTIC SCIENCE Cookery up to "O"
Level
Engagement in accordance with existing salary and
conditions of employment at Queen's College.
Applications by letter should afford full details of
person; education and training; qualifications;
teaching experience; present appointment; interests:
names and addresses of two persons to whom
reference can be made.
Applications should be addressed to The Principal,
Queen's College, P. O. Box N-127, Nassau, arriving
not later than the 22nd March, 1974.


111 1 I I I I I I I











Tuesday, March 12, 1974


bhe Oribiunt


AN EIGHT-SIDED
home built on a pedestal is
making its debut as the
latest style of resort
residence in the Bahamas.
It's the Topsider, a unique
structure designed to make the
maximum use of interior space
and, with floor-to-ceiling glass,
to provide a complete view of
the outside environment.
The GAC Corporation has
obtained exclusive rights to
build these Topsider homes in
the Bahamas and currently
plans construction of 37 units
along the beachfront area of
Cape Eleuthera, the company's
$30 million out-island
Bahamian resort.
Topsider is a trademark of
Bartoli and Brady Enterprises,
of Winston-Salem, N.C.
The octagonal
homes-with-a-view-to-every-
where are both fast and
fle xible. One can be
constructed by a crew of six
men in about 10 working days
after the concrete pedestal
foundation has been poured,
according to Bartoli
representatives.
At Cape Eleuthera, a
Topsider home owner can be
ready to move in within two
months from the date of
purchase, GAC officials
estimate.
Each of the four Topsider
models has a basic 800 feet of
living area on the main level,
with another 100 square feet
inside the pedestal base utility
room.
The living area of the
treetop home includes a
spacious living room, two
bedrooms with ample closet
space, two full bathrooms, a
kitchen with refrigerator.
range, disposal, stainless steel
sink, cabinets and eating bar.
The homes have electric
heating and central air
conditioning, floor-to-ceiling
tempered insulated glass, open
wood truss ceiling and a heavy
cedar shingle roof.
From there, a homeowner
can add variation to suit his
tastes and lifestyle.
One model has an additional
100-square-foot lower entry.
By enclosing the lower level, an
extra bedroom can be added.
Other variations on the
Topsider theme include a spiral
staircase, adjoining cantilevered
deck, fireplace with chimney,
washer and dryer, trash
compactor and dishwasher.
The strong structural system
consists of a central column
support and rigid bolted
trusses. Topsiders are


around


to our


(8-sided)


place ..

completely insulated and
stressed to withstand even
hurricane force winds up to
140 miles an hour.
Two other types of homes
also are being featured by GAC
at Cape Eleuthera
townhouse units along the
ocean and residential villas,
both purchasable as turnkey
homes.
GAC since 1970 has been
developing Cape Eleuthera as a
residential/resort colony on the
southwestern tip of the island,
some 250 miles east of Miami.
In addition to vacation
villas. Cape Eleuthera has a
clubhouse with cocktail lounge
and dining room noted for
continental cuisine,
Olympic-size swimming pool
and sun deck. bar and pavilion.
Sports enthusiasts are in
their element. There's an
18-hole championship golf
course designed by Bruce
Devlin and Bob Von Hagge
illuminated putting green,
tennis and shuffleboard courts.
Some of the finest fishing in
the Bahamas is found just
offshore of Cape Eleuthera.
The colony's marina
accommodates vessels up to
200 feet long and 13-foot
draft, with 26 docking slips
and a 400-foot commercial
dock, restaurant and ship's
store.
Direct air service between
Miami and Cape Eleuthera is
being inaugurated early in
March by Chalk's International
Airlines, with twice-weekly
seaplane flights. GAC also is
constructing a 6,000-foot
airstrip on the resort.
Cape Eleuthera is being
developed by GAC Eleuthera.
Ltd., a subsidiary of GAC
Corporation (NYSE), which
through various units is
engaged in community
development, residential.
commercial and industrial
construction, resorts, utilities,
and title and abstract
operations.


CAREER OPPORTUNITY


FOR THOSE WANTING TO JOIN
THE REAL ESTATE
PROFESSION


INTERCONTINENTAL REALTY LIMITED
OFFERS THE CHANCE TO BECOME
INVOLVED IN THIS REWARDING
BUSINESS. APPLICANTS SHOULD BE
BETWEEN AGES 23 TO 35 WITH HIGH
SCHOOL STANDARD EDUCATION.
SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS WILL BE
GIVEN THEORETICAL AND ON THE JOB
TRAINING.

APPLY TO PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT,
INTERCONTINENTAL REALTY, P. O. BOX
F260, FREEPORT. TELEPHONE 373-3020.


:1


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GAC Corporation is building 37 of these octagonal homes on a pedestal, called
Topsiders, at its $30 million Cape Eleuthera development.

G.A.C. NET INCOME


GAC Corporation reported net income for
the year of $8,264,000, or 68 cents per share,
compared with a loss of $35,569,000, or $5.32
per share before extraordinary charge for
1972.
Income for the year from continuing
operations was $2,471,000, compared with a
loss of $21,542,000 for 1972.
Discontinued operations reflected an
operating loss of $6.8 million in the finance
unit. This was offset by a $9.5 million profit
on the sale of subsidiaries and $3.1 million
from the elimination of prior year loss
reserves, resulting in a net profit of $5.8
million.
Total 1973 revenues were $155,843,000.
down from $174,283,000.
The company reported revenues of
$40,516,000 on the sale of homes, apartments,


commercial and industrial buildings and the
sale of building sites to otici real estate
developers.
Important balance sheet changes for the
company included a reduction ,o over $150
million in total liabilities largely due to debt
retired with proceeds from tih sale of
subsidiaries. Interest charges on that debt for
the year 1973 were in excess of SlH) million.
S. IHayward Wills. Cl'ha!ruianii the Board
and President. said. "We have adcliiiie a return
to profitability for 1973. and we ne i.nfid. tii
that the transition we have been under-going is
basically complete. We iin !no iiive ahead in
the areas of community deUVl' cliincnti utilities;
residential, comin nmerical anl industrial
construction; resort development and
operation; and the other activities revolving
around the company's real estate orientation."


"Since the Bahamas is now an independent nation. I have been commissioned by the
Government of my country to make contact for co-operation between the
Commonwealth and Japan at the United Nation." This comment was recently made by
Shizuo Satto, Japanese Ambassador to the United Nations, in Nassau on a three day visit
at the Sonesta Beach Hotel. While here, Mr. Satto met with Prime Minister, the Hon.
Lynden O. Pindling, and Minister of External Affairs, Mr. Paul Adderley. Prior to his
meeting at the Cabinet offices, Mr. Shizuo Satto (right), chats with Mr. Bob Souers,
general manager at the Sonesta Beach Hotel.


CORNERSTONE-LA YING


The cornerstone-laying for
Lodge St. Michael, Old Trail
Cemetery and Robinson Road,
took place Saturday afternoon
with the Most Worshipful


Grand Master Mason per-
forming the ceremony.
Mr. David Liddell Graneer of
Ayton, Scotland, is on a world
tour of Lodges under the


Scottish constitution His visit
to the Bahamas is part of his
tour through the C, li'., i
Central and South Amlerica.
lie was expected to leave
Nassau today.
Lodge St Michael will be a
two-storey building with the
lodge hall and dining area on
the top floor and two
apartments and two small
shops below.


By SPENCER POITIER
TIHE JOURNALISM Class of
the C.R. Walker Technical
College, which is the first of its
kind ever to be taught as a
full-time day course in the
Bahamas, is trying to raise
funds to finance a trip to
Florida during the school's
Easter vacation.
The tour consists of visiting
some of the radio, television
and newspaper institutions in
some of the major cities in the
state of Florida. Among the
cities the students expect to
visit are. Miami, Palm Beach,
Orlando. Tampa. and Fort
Meyers.
While on this tour the
students expect to visit the
Miami Herald, voted one of the
ten best newspapers in the
United States. The course
instructor, Mrs. Connie
Crowther. was once a reporter
for this newspaper.
The journalism class has held
several fund-raising events
within the college to help
finance the trip. The events
held so far are, a car wash,
where six cars belonging to
staff members were washed,
cake sales, which have been
held on two occasions, with
slices of cake sold for 25 cent
to teachers and students, a
Valentine couplee contest, and
a record hop.
The Valentine Couple


Society

disbands

The Bahamas Society of
Architects and Engineers has
disbanded following a
resolution passed at a special
general meeting of the society.
The dissolution took effect
January 30.
In a press statement today,
society president Donald
Cartwright, said that the move
was taken "in the interest of
promoting greater unity"
among the professional
divisions of architects and
engineers to have completely
autonomous associations.
The BSAE was formed in
1962. However, with the
recent increase in the numbers
of practitioners, particularly in
the fields of architecture and
engineering, the demand for
separate and autonomous
associations resulted in the
formation of two independent
organizations the Institute of
Bahamian Architects and the
Bahamas Institution of
Professional Fnginri r[
'The Council also resolved
that as a tribute to the late
Holland G. Smith. who was
largely responsible for the
formation of the Society,
"surplus funds remaining in the
treasury after it's being
disbanded should be used to
establish, along with any other
interested organizations, a
memorial fund", and that such
fund be administered by the
Society's auditor on the advice
of a board consisting of Donald
Cartwright, Dennis Hinston
and George Cox.
r


NOW SHOWING
At 7 & 10:20
"KARADO THE
HONG KONG CAT"
(P.G.)
And at 8:45
"QUEEN BOXER"
(P.G.)
Starring
Judy Lee
Parental Guidance Suggested


S. .
Seven teenage journalist trainees at the C. R. Walker
Technical College are shown working hard washing a car to
raise funds to take a "mass media tour" of Florida. From
left, cockwise, Bradford Hanna, Peter Bowleg, Spencer
Poitier, Winifred Williams, Immaculata Hamilton,
McQuinella Cleare, and Ruthmae Hope.


contest consisted of 16
contestants who were given
tickets to sell. The boy and girl
who sold the highest amount of
tickets won the contest.
Winners were Sheila Forbes, of
Light Clothing Manufacture.
and Bruce Darville of General
electronics. They were
announced at a record hop
held by the class on February
22nd
I he class also publishes and
wNites the school newspaper
- IT CII I AI.K".
IThe purpose of this tour is
to ifamiliarise the students of
the ilass with the methods of
gathering and production of
news by some of the major
Florida radio and television
s:liot :i; l!lt i newspapers.


The journalism students
have been working hard to earn
money to finance this trip, and
they hope to have enough
money by the time they are
intending to leave, during the
week of March 29.

$152 TO LIVE
PRINCETON Americans
surve: ed in the latest Gallup
Poll believe a nonfarm family
of four needs at least $152 a
week to pay for basic
necessities.
Gallup interviewed 1,444
persons during two periods in
mid-February and asked them:
"what is the smallest amount
of money a family of four ..
needs each week to get along ip
this community?"


S STARTS WEDNESDAY
Matinee 3:00 & 5:00, Evening 8:30-'Phone 2-1004, 2-10051







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Reservations not claimed by 8:15, will be sold
on first come, first served basis.

...wrs fxpnrsma
Wednesday thru Friday Wednesday thru Friday
I Matinee starts at 1:45 Continuous Showings
Evening 8:30 from 3:00
3 "WHERE DOES IT "WICKED,WICKED" PG.
HURT R.W .

Harold Gould Steve Bailey
PLUS PLUS P
"THE HUNTING
PARTY" R. "ONE MORE TRAIN
Oliver Reed, Candice Bergen TO ROB" PG.
No uneUmr IN will he admitted. George Peppard,
S Phone 2-2534 France Nuyer F


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STARTS WEDNESDAY
Matinee continuous from 2:15, Evening 830-'Phone 3-4666

| Meet SUGAR HILL and
her ZOMBIE HIT MEN!



Color by Movielab an Ame.-can Intea(onainal Picture .9
MARKI BEV ROBERT QUARRY DON PEDRO COLLEY
PLUS! THE DEATHMASTER

PARENTAL DISCRETION ADVISED


Students aim for Florida trip


QUEEN'S


COLLEGE

NASSAU

Applications are invited from qualified persons for
secretarial appointments at Queen's College.

1. SECRETARY TO THE PRINCIPAL
The person appointed will be required to assume
responsibilities of an administrative nature, and able
to assist the Principal in all secretarial matters
pertaining to the College.

2. PRIMARY SCHOOL SECRETARY
The person appointed will be required to assist the
Head of the Primary School in the secretarial duties
of that Office.
Both appointments require a high degree of
competence in shorthand and typing.
Full details of conditions of employment, salary,
etc., will be afforded on request.
Applications (typewritten) should afford full
Information of person, education, qualifications,
experience, the names of two persons to whom
reference can be made, and addressed to the
Principal, Queen's College, P. O. Box N-127. Nassau,
so as to arrive not later than the 22nd March, 1974.


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C13 797
FOR SALE
PRI SINCE CHARLES AVENUE
- 5 bedrooms 2 baths some
furn iture -- spacious grounds
patio -- needs some cleaning.
Sales price $47,500.00. DIAL
DAMIANOS, 22305, 22307,
Evenings 41280.

C13707
4 BEDROOM. 2 bathrcoo'
unfu rnished house with carpoE'
and sewing room. FOR SALE.
Call 31671 31672 (9.00 a.m.
12.00; 2.00 pm 5.00
p.m_ weekdays)

C13710
BUY NOW!
SAN ANDROS
LOTS
14,500
sq. FEET!
Almost 1/3 acre
$45 DOWN, $45 per MONTH
CALL OR VISIT
FRANK CAREY
REAL ESTATE
P. O. Box N4764
BAY& DEVEAUX ST.
Tel. 27637, 24815


C13809
A STONE BUILDING situate
on a corner lot on Robinson
Road. Ideal for doctor's office.
Call 23921 days or 42856
nights and Saturdays.

C138 16
ONE LOT in Little Blair,
$6,500.00. Phone 2-2386 days,
3-20 2 3 evenings.

C137 73
BEACH LOT. Adelaide Beach.
Phone 41298 nite or day.

C13780
ATTRACTIVE residence onl
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.

Excellent buy in three-bed,
two-bath residence off Village
Road hilltop near Queen's
College. $46.000 furnished.

Large residence Village Road
with four bedrooms, four
bathrooms, living room,
separate dining room, Bahama
room, breakfast room, spacious
basement playroom, two-car
garage dnd boathouse. $65,000
semi-fu rnished.
H.G. CHRISTIE LTD.
Phone 21041, 2, 3, 4.

C 13826
C OMM ERCIAL SITE
PALMDALE For Sale 180ft. x
S30ft. Short term mortgage
available. Previous approval for
offices. Telephone Gleniston
Gardens Ltd. at 2-1741 or 2 for
information.

C 13848
FOR SALE
3 bedroom 2 bath house
financing available Phone
2-1495 or6.

C 13692
DAVSON'S REAL ESTATE
CO. LTD
Certified Real Estate Brokers
Phones 2 1178 55408
P. 0. Box Nu-4648
NjsJsaU. Bahan d
Proudly present
SIr.ASHING REAL E5T-Ti
BARGAINS
TH ROUGHOUT THE
COMMONWEALTH
2. 3 and 4 BEDROOM
HOUSES in the following
areas
EASTERN ROA D
on the water a vveii .
the hiils
SANSO UCI
BLAIR ESTATES
GLENISTON GARDEN .NS
WINTON
THE GROVE (West Bey)
SKYLINE HE RIGHTS
NASSAU EAST
SEA BR EEZE
VILLAGE ROAD
GOLDE N GATES
HIGHLAND PARK
PROSPE CT RIDGE
WESTWARD[ VILLAS
CONDOM INU '
APARTMENTS
in PARADISE ISLAND
EAST BAY STREET
WEST BAY STREET
HOTELS and HOTEL SITES,
BEACH- LOTS, COMMER
CIAL LOTS, RESIDENTIAL
LOTS
ACREAGE F R0
DEVELOPMENT IN THEL
NASSAU AND FAMILY
ISLANDS SUCH AS GRAND
BAHAMA LONG ISLAND,
ELEUTHERA ABACO
45 ACRL CAY IN THE
EXUMAS WITH DEEP
WATER HARBOUR AND
MORE
CALL
DA VSON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENCY
Phone 21 178 or 80932 21178
P. 0. Box N-4648
Nassau, Bahamas.



Af3N


C13821
THREE Bedroom. 2 Bath.
Unfurnished hone in Highbury
Park. Will let reasonably to
responsible couple with no
children. Call 5-6842 after
5:30.


C13708
COTTAGES and apartments
monthly aiiconditioned,
fully furnished, maid service
available Lovely garden and
swimming pool. Telephone
31297, 31093.

C13799
FURNISHED 2 bedroom
apartment consisting of
living/dining room kitchen and
bathroom Twynam Avenue
5-8185.

C13820
THREE Bedroom. 1 bat:,
house on Farrington Road,
unfurnished $2000 00 a month
Phone 5-4684

C13687
HOUSE suitable o store r,
office Madeira Street facing
Shopping Plaza Contact
2 3170.


C13819
ATTRACTIVELY
furnished 2 bedroom
private yard, South
$220.00 per month,
included. Phone 34586


fully
house,
Beach,
water


C13824
NEW 2 Bedroom Apartment,
unfurnished. Soldier Road west
of East Street. Phone 5-5417,
3 6687.

C13831
For rent a three bedroom
apartment. I bath, etc. Quarry
Mission Road. Phone 3 5886.

C 13836
FOR RENT FURNISHED
Room with beautiful view.
Business girl preferred, East
Fowler Street near Bay Phone
31119.

C13838
Nassau Hillcrest Towers
Swimming Pool. Sun Terrace,
Laundry Facilities. Spacious,
fully furnished 3 bedroom 2
bath apartment. Large balcony
overlooking Harbour. Available
April. Contact 7-8421-2,
evenings 7-7065

C13837
FURNISHED spacious
residence overlooking Western
suburbs. Convenient beaches,
airport, shopping. Spacious
grounds, children & pets
acceptable Phone 5-7224 6-9
p.m.

C 13845
2 APARTMENTS nice
location on Thompson
Boulevard. Call Nor man iat
24626 (days) 36717 (nights)
for details.

WANTS TO TRADE

C 13822
TWO bedroom apartment
fuily furnished on ocean, pool
etc. Owner wants to exchange
for apartment in Freeport. Call
2-4223 or Write Box N4635,
Nassau.


CARS FOR SALE
C 3724
CENTRAL GARAGE LTD.
"The Easiest Place in Town to
Trdae"
1970 FORD CORTINA
1:$8 50
1970 SUNBEAM RAPIER
B$:650.
1971 JAVELIN S.S.T.
(.u'n(, atic, radio) B$2850
1970 FORD TORINO
!iiutr, natic. radio) B$2695.
1968 G.M.C. PICK UP TRUCK
I .$rucs5
;970 CHEVELLE :ilLIBUIJ
(aiuomatu., radio) B$18/5
1968 PLYMOUTH VALIANT
(latilI uitoniatic) B$1050
1971 DODGE AVENGER
automatici) B$1395
1965 BUICK SKYLARK
(automatic, radio) B$750
1969 CHEV II NOVA
(rutin,int ui rjdio) iR$1350
1972 FIAT BUS (7 passenger)
B$ 1650
1968 ROVER 2000 SALOON
(automatic) B$1000
19Cn DODGE DART SPORT
(automaj1c, radio) 3$ !500
1972 VAUXHALL VICTOR
(automatic) B$1475
1970 FORD CORTINA
S/WAGON B$1275
1969 VAUXHALL VIVA
B$775.
1970 FIAT 850 B$550
CENTRAL GARAGE LIMITED
Thompson Boulevard
P.O. Box N1525
Telephone 34711I.

C 13842
1965 Blue Chevrolet, gooo
condition. Recently
re-upholstered and resprayed.
$500.00 Ring 5-2167.

C13840
AUSTIN HEALEY SPRITE
1968. Lime Green, excellent
running order and condition.
Just Serviced. New soft top.
Fast, economical sports car.
$1,000. Phone 2-4500 Ext.
146 Weekdays 9 to 5. or
7-7423 after 6:30 p.m.


CARS FOR SALE


C13828
1971 REBEL GOOD
RUNNING Conditiun.
Requires some body work.
$500.00 Phone A41105 after 6
p.m.

FOR SALE_

C13757
8 TRACK Tape one arid a
half years old.
Perfect working condition.
$65. Phone 3-2474.

C13813
WE RUY ANY GOOD USED
FURNITURE AND
APPLIANCES. Call 2-2637 ask
for Moss.

C13847
STEELCASE Junior Executive
Desks (3) Grey Steel bodies
with whit for mica tops. 30" x
60". $75.00 each or three for
$200.00.
Three miscellaneous desks with
metal bodies and wood tops.
Best offers To view, please call
Mr Foru at PUS 24296.

C13844
STAMPS
First Class Collection from
Liechtenstein, Andorra,
Republic di San-Marino,
Czechoslovakia, Poland, Hitler
Stamps, etc. Antique Arabian
Dagger with Ivory Handle
about 200 years old. Reply to:
Adv. C 13844, c/o The
Tribune, P. O. Box N 3207,
Nassau.

C1 3846
USED STORE FURNITURE
One Iron Safe with
combination $35.
2 Sliding Ladders with all
attachments, in good condition
$75.
Call 2-4697 Jack's Department
Store. East Bay and Deveaux
Streets


MARINE SUPPLIES
C13774
?6' CABIN Cruiser. $4,400.
Phone 41298 day or nite.

Cll194c
19609 31 ft. CHRIS CRAF-
Commander Sleeps six, prnva
shower, two 230 h.p. engi;ics
with less thri 200 hours,
ki theneCttP, qood conditic,-
Call 24267, 54011.


PETS FOR SALE

C13843
FULL Breed Ger man Shepherd
pups for sale. Price $150.00
See Alexander Virgil. Durham
Street off Mount Royal
Avenue.



C13833
ADDRESS INFORMATION
and Tax Free documentation.
ncludi ng consult I n
information of Tax Free
transactions of Liechtenstein.
Monaco (Monte Carlo).
Andorra and Hong Kong, etc..
Many addresses. Reasonable
fees. Write: P. O. Box N-4602,
Nassau.

C 13802
ANYONE with a lot a house, a
car, a boat, or other
merchandise they wish to
auction is requested to call
27612 days or 42856 nights.
For information regarding
auctions.
C. WSANI)S
Public Auctionei


SCHOOLS

C13i.95
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 and
8.30 a.m. or after 6 p.m. or
35084 anytime.


POSITION WANTED
C13712
FINANCE executive seeks ,
challenging position Wr ite tof
P. O. Box 4697, Nassaur


HELP WANTED
C1372b
CAREER OPPORTUNITY
Finance and Mortgage


company in search of 2 male
Baharrians 21 years old and
over to be trained fnr future
managerial posts Apply Adv.
C13726, c/o The Tribune, P.
0. Box N-3207, Nassau.

C13830
POSITION available for cooks.
Must know international
cuisine, minimum of four yeais
experience, supervises all
kitchen staff and takes duties
of head chef when he is
absent.
Apply to Cotton Bay Club,
Eleuthera, Bahamas.

C13810
BAHAMIAN with typing
ability and one year minimum
experience rating and cr
underwriting automotive
insurance. Advancement
potential good. Please reply
promptly with resume to:
Insurance. Box N476 Nassau


C13825
HANDYMAN to take care of
many odd jobs. Contact David
Young, P. O. Box 5960,
"assiu .
C13803
HANDYMAN required age 35
or over. Contact 55556.

C6744
JOB TITLE: FOREMAN
MECHANICAL MAINTEN-
ANCE
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise the mechanical
maintenance in the installation,
assembly, repair, inspection
and testing of equipment for
the entire cement plant. The
facilities include hammer mill
crusher, cranes, conveyor s.
kilns, coolers, pumps,
compressors, ball mills, piping.
boilers, oil handling and firing
equipment and dust collectors.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personi nc
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C6746
JOB TITLE: GENERAL
FOREMAN (OPERATING)
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
At least 2 years at college
level
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: At
least 4 years in the operati unr
department of the Cemcn nt
industry.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Co-ordinate and supervise .
three shift seven day cement
making operations necessiiy to
produce slurny, clinker and
finished cement of the type,
quality and quantity relqur ed
to meet customer requirements
and shipping schedules.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: P,'sonr
Departrnir ,. Baha,-. u: '! t
Company, P. c. '-io' i (i;,
Freepot,. Grand Baharirr

C6745
JOB TITLE: TWO
MACHINISTS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Lay out work. set up and
operate machine tools,
machine parts to preclsionr
tolerances and specifiodc
finished. Use precisioni
measuring instruments r aind
performs any dismantling,
fitting or assembly work
required for plaint maintenance
or construction.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnirel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P 0 Box 100,
F report, GCraid F[jhaman.


TRADE SERVICES

C13691

Pinder's Customs

Brokerage Ltd.

Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. O. Box N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EOUIQr.'fNJT
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2 3795, 2-3796
2 -3797, 2-2798
Airport 7-7434
FREE ESTIMATES

C 13702
FOR your biiildigq needs aiir
CRANE hire see
ISLAND BUILDERS LIMITED
P O Box N 4559S
Phone 31671 31672.

C13764
LANDSCAPING and for all
your gardening needs,
trimming, hedging, pruning.
tree felling and beach cleaning
call 57810. LAWNS


AND HEDGES Prompt
reasonable and efficient
service.

C 13696
T.V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes,
apartments and hotels
SALES AND SERVICES
Call 5-9404
WORLD OF MUSIC
Mackey Street
next to Frank's lace


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C6740
MANAGER for busy iouiiimet
tyer Dining Room rni -leeded.
Minimum education: Must be a
f-hgh School Graduate oi hjve
equivalent education.
Minimum experience: Muist
havo had 8 years experience in
fst food service and gourmet
type ctining room. including 2
y: ,irs exp errince in broiler
rooking and orre year as
th tender. Applicanrt must be
between 27 arnd 35 verMs of

M'ust have had experience in
-Liipervising staff and rmulst have
the bitility of find iepl(icenrlits
( additional staff that meet
iliicrmentse of Gereal
,'larnac" -. as they JIe nreeo d.C
Must l c:,e haid expire eice inl
irnvcintoiy and Stock Control
iiul Purchasing.
Must have some knowledge of
in 0t0 o inris to m1 ninalinii plioperi
d.ly i eeciords and to hanidl' andd
S.,,iool cash receipts. Police
ji-t! i te requned
'tislrt be pr epared to ,oru k
:ioiir than avecjage 4 hoilu
0.'oCk inr order to suplrvis i
stlab! s h me In t p I o p e I y
Tuesday is day off Salary
$900.00 monthly.
.\Ipllp ratiaonrs and iIosuiir e
i.. septed by 1110a! only,
addressedd to: James A. Wilson,
Ecroariza (Bahama's) Linited, P.
0 Box F-2798, I report,
Gaid Bahamj.

USE
h hr Tribuit
CLASSIFIED
ADVTS.


HELP WANTED
C6744
JOB TITLE: FOREMAN
MECHANICAL MAINTEN-
ANCE
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise the mechanical
maintenance in the installation,
assembly, repair, inspection
and testing of equipment for
the entire cement plant. The
facilities include hammer mill
crusher, cranes, conveyors,
kirns. coolers, pumps,
compressors, ball mills, piping,
boi!ers, oil handling and firing
equipment and dust collectors.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Gr and Bahama.


C6732
PETROLEUM INSPECTORS
Applications are invited from
Petroleum Inspectors with at
least five years experience in
inspection of crude and
petroleum product loading and
discharging operations.
Applicants should also have
had sonic experience of oil
s-orage tank and metering
equipment calibrations, also
laboratory testing of crude
petroleum and petroleum
products.
Please apply, together with
evidence of experience, to: E.
W. Saybolt & Co., S.A., P. O.
Box F-2049, Freeport, Grand
Bahama. Bahamians only need
app!y.


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ANTENNAS MEN'S & BOYS'WEAR
Island TV 2-2618 i The Wardrobe 5-5599

AUTOMOTIVE MEN'S WEAR
Lucas Batteries Fashionette Ltd. 2-2376/7
BaytStreet Garage 2-2434 MUSIC

BOOKSTORE Cody's Records 2-8500
The Christian Book Shop
5-4506 OPTICIANS
BUSINESS FORMS 1 Optical Service Ltd. 2-3910/1
Executive
Printers 2-4267/5-401 PRINTING

CAMERAS wong's Printing 5-4506
Jiniu Executive
John Bull 2-4252/3 :ig Printers 2-4267/5-4011

CARPETS RADIO & T.V. SALES
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993 !iii
Lees Carpet Craft 31993Carter's Records 2-4711
DRAPERIES RUBBER STAMPS
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993 Wos R r
.:...: Wong's Rubber Stamp
ENTERTAINMENT co. 5-4506
Movies i SPORTS GOODS
Film & Equip. Service 2-2157 Ch in St Ld
Champion Sport Land 2-1862
GARDEN & PET TA
TRAVEL
SUPPLIES I MV
Modernistic Garden Playtours 2-2931/7
& Pet 2.286u:&ii-: R. H.Curry & Co.,
Nassau Garden & Pet 2-81/7
Montrose Avenue 2-425 2-861/
HARDWARE TRUCKING SERVICE
-. Gonzalez Trucking
John S. George 2-8421/6, 3-1562/2-4726

HOUSE PLANS TV REPAIRS
Evangelos G. Zervos 2-2633 Channel Electronics Ltd.

3-5478
LAUNDRY 5478
DRY CLEANING jgWINDOW/DOOR REPAIR
New Oriental Laundry Window & Door Specialists
2-4406 5-4460




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C6742
BOOKKEEPER
Extensive knowledge and
experience in maintaining a
large volume of Accounts
Receivable and Accounts
Payable: preparation of
disbursement accounts;
monthly balancing of ledgers.
A knowledge of the shipping
and freight forwarding business
is virtually essential. Must be
able to work under heavy
end-of-the-month pressure
demanded by foreign
shipowners. Bahamian only.
Applications in writing
ONLY E. H. Mundy & Co.
(Bahamas) Ltd., P. O. Box
F-2492, Freeport.

C6739
J.V. Hersent-Ballast has the
following immediate vacancies:
PLANNING ENGINEER/
COST ENGINEER Will be
responsible for critical path
planning and cost control.
Must be familiar with
computerized control systems.
Must be experienced in
offshore construction.
CATHODIC PROTECTION
SPECIALISTS Will be
responsible for fabrication,
assembly and installation of
cathodic protection
installations above and below
sea level for sea island. Must be
experienced with impressed
current systems, earthing
systems, ship grounding
systems, etc.. Electrical
Engineering background
required.
Minimum of 5-10 years
experience for both above
positions. Wages AAE.
Applicants must be willing to
work long hours and weekends.
BAHAMIANS only need apply
in writing to: J. V.
HERSENT -BALLAST, Box
F-2518, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C6748
OPERATIONS MANAGER
This position requires an
individual with a wide range of
administrative and practical
experience who will be
responsible for the operation
of a diversified staff of
approximately 160 men. He
will be responsible for the
internal organization, control,
co-ordination and direction of
six departments of various
Devco Group companies and
the interface of these
departments with all other
Devco departments. Staff will
include a ministrative
personnel and rious trades
comprised of electricians ,
carpenters, heavy equipment
operators and air-conditioning
maintenance personnel.
Position requires a broad
knowledge of all phases of
building maintenance, road
maintenance and equipment
maintenance. Areas of
supervision include operational
efficiency and appearance of
all Devco Group retail
property, i.e. downtown
Freeport and International
Bazaar; upkeep of
approximately 1.000 miles of
roads in Freeport/Lucaya. In
addition, knowledge of
forecasting and control of
budgets for the various
departments is imperative.
Apply to: The Grand Bahama
Development Company Ltd.
Personnel Department,
Lucayan Building P. 0. Box
F-2666, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C6749

(FOUH) DISHWASHER
to wash dishes, pots, pans,
silver, utensils, etc..
(FOUR) GENERAL UTILITY
MEN to clean property,
toilets, assist in moving heavy
furniture, etc..
Apply to: ROYALE
LUCAYAN INN, Telephone:
373-5164, Freeport.


'W/Or/ WtS HE TOPTO
THE CORN-FOPPER?


C6743
Wanted: experienced
MANAGER to control and
operate a high speed
Bar/Lounge/Restaurant.
The man selected for this post
will have the qualities,
appearance, personality to
maintain and increase the
current volume ot this segment
of our operation.
He will require the skills and
abilities to manage the room,
control and organize food
service personnel whilst
personally operating the bar
and cash.

He will be held completely
responsible for the entire
section including running
inventory control, return from
same to a stated profitability
margin.
Confirmable references
showing at least three years
experience in a similar capacity
will be required. Apply: Bass
Bahamas Limited, Pub on the
Mall Limited, Box F-331,
Freeport, Bahamas.

C6746
JOB TITLE: GENERAL
FOREMAN (OPERATING)
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
At least 2 years at college
level.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: At
least 4 years in the operations
department of the Cement
industry.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Co-ordinate and supervise a
three shift seen day cement
making operations necessary to
produce slurry, clinker and
finished cement of the type,
quality and quantity required
to meet customer requirements
and shipping schedules.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Pahrnma Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C6745
JOB TITLE: TWO
MACHINISTS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Lay out work, set up and
operate machine tools,
machine parts to precision
tolerances and specified
finished. Use precision
measuring instruments and
performs any dismantling,
fitting or assembly work
required for plant maintenance
or construction.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C6747
DIRECTOR OF
ENGINEERING:
une (1) Director ot
Engineering and Maintenance
to be directly responsible to
the General Manager for the
Engineering and Maintenance
of the Hotel complex. He
should be a Professional
Engineer preferably a
member of the Institution of
Marine Engineers with
proven Executive experience of
mechanical and electrical
engineering and comprehensive
knowledge of all plant allied to
refrigeration, steam generation,
commercial laundries and
sewage and water treatment.
He will be required to
inaugurate and operate planned
maintenance programmes and
daily logistics and be
responsible for purchase of
engineering equipment,
budgetary control and
organizing sub-contracts.
Written applications with
resume of experience and
references should be forwarded
to the Personnel Department,
Holiday Inn of Lucayan Beach,
P. O. Box F-760, Freeport,
,Grand Bahama.


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Tuesday, March 12, 1974


(he Grthunt


'GOOD NEWS,D' N OW'WE'VE ONLY GOT T/IET
FENCES YOU HAVE TO POLISH!'


"I think I'm getting seasick."


CROSSWORD

PUZZLE
ACROSS


1 Robot play
4 Greek letter
7 Unit of
Illumination
11. Gums
12. Hurry
13 Italian capital
14. Clubwomen
16 Frank
17 History
18 Trail
19 Mythical
monster
21 Hiss
22. Seaweed
23. University


Par time 32 min.


27 Comic Red
29 Fencing sword
30. Electric
particle
31. Declare
32 Friendship
35. Curarsow
36. Hired car
37 Cinnamon tree
40 Steinbeck'
character
41. Sea mammal
42. Aurora
43. Vegetables
44 Augment
45. Aone


~RJ~T~IJ~-2


HIIREIU RIM I S
PRARE UTA GQIE






EI


vlEIIlvlEGZ
SOLUTION Of YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
DOWN


1 Grog
2 Rubber tree
3 Violent
behavior


4 Whitecap
5. Damage
6 Electees
7. Italian cheese
8 Anticipation
9 Sign
10. Camper's need
15. Small talk
18. Sun
19 Highway sign
20. Sort
21 Kidney bean
23 Against
'4 Shoulder
ornament
25 Achieve
26 Shoe width
28. Plaything
31 Afterward
32. Upon
33. Contrive
34. Corn lily
35. Stigma
37. College in
Iowa
38. Card game
39. Snake


Winning

Bridge
,By VICTOR MOLLO
Destiny intended declare to
dtwo down. .our c roaby the
fence set destiny's de-lgns at
nusght ,jnd he made his contract.
Dealer South: E/W Vul.
North
J 6 4 3 2
72
West East
A 7 5
/ A 0.1 10 96 M K
> .1 10 9 8 ( Q 6 5 3
43 6QJ87654
South
A K 0 10 9 8
1'? 7 4 2
OAK4
4 102
South Wet North
1 3 0 4 4 Al4 L PASS
West led his singleton 43 to
dummy's 4A East foUtVwing with
bhe 48. Conning in with the 4A.
West switched to a diamond.
rl larer drew the last tnur-n
East discarding the &4. and after
eliminlating diamonds and clubs.
Pvtrit wiulh the 02. Eqst won
and h-'d to concede a ruff and
disard. South's 10th triok.
Have you spotted the four
defensive errors ?
(1) East should thae played
the AQ at trick one. an unneces-
rarilv h Th card tn signa l an
entry in hearts, the higher-mnk-
ing su't. (2) West dhuld hivw
tried hearts ntvwayv. ThIe 4&
oo"IhUl't be East's lowest and
didn't, therefore. call or a dia-
mond. (3) East should have
ietWt'aned ib hs K on the second
trumn to untbock. (4) West
should have gtne un with the COA
on Southls 02. the Crocodile
Couo. to swallow East's OK. it.
n-ildn't cost q te"rk. ifor it South
hnid QKxx he would mnike I!s
VK anvwawv.


How- many
E I words of
E 0C a fLror letters
S* I or more can
S0 you make
S I from the
SA L letters shown
I E word, each
I C E letter may
Sbe used once
-nly. Each
word must contain the large
letter, and there must be at
least one eight-letter word In the
list. No plurals; no foreign words:
no proper names. TODAY'S
TARUET : 17 words, good;
19 words, very good 1 23 words,
excellent. Solution tomorrow.
SATURDAY'S SOLUTION : Acne
acre anew anker take cane
canker care careen cere crake
crane creak creek crew earn erne
ewer keen kerne knee knew
nacre naker near neck NECK-
WEAR race rake rance reck reek
renew wacke wake waken wane
ware weak weaken wean wear
week ween wreak wreck wren.


Rupert and the Jolly Iolly-34


The chums gather in the large room and are
welcomed by Mary's grandfather. "I enjoy
having so many little people here," he smiles.
Presently Mary takes Rupert aside. You said
the Gomnies brought that Christmas tree," she
whispers, "But how did they know about my
Party?" "They know all that goes on in
Nutwood," chuckles Rupert. "You see, they


have watchers everywhere." He leads Mary
to a balcony. There's one of the watchers I "
le cries. "Can you see it peeping out from
behind that little tree ? Later on it will tell
the.Gomnies all about your party."
THE END
(Another Adventure on Monday)
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


Chess
By LEONARD BARDEN



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BBBI tL' ltl '


(9912)
White mates in two moves.
against any defence (by H.
Jtihe. West Germany). White
has a whole barrage of possible
checks--but it is a quiet open-
ing move which does the trick.
Par times: 1 minute, problem
master; 2 minutes. problem
expert: 5 minutes, good; 12
minutes, average; 25 minutes,
novice.

Chess Solution
I R-QIl. if . Qx9; 2
Kt P, or if Q-K5; 2 Kt-B3, or
it Q Kt: 2 R-Q4. or if / P
ch; 2 QxQ, or if Kt P: 2
Kt x Kt. Traps for solvers are 1
RxKt? B-B6! or I BOQP?
B-Kt 5!




GROWW
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CLASSIFIED

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Across
1. orip well. (4. 5)
7. South American city. (3)
8. Central European. (4)
10. For a temporary resident.
(5, 4)
12. Payment. (3)
13. Pickpocket. (3)
14. Dearth sat (ana.). (4-5)
17. Old measure. (3)
19. Beers. (4)
31. Musical show. (., 4)
2t. At this moment. (3)
23. Musical Instrument. (4)
24. Very local announcer. (4. .)
Down
1. A greedy person might do
this. (3, 3, 3)
2. Stay unused. (3, 6)
3. Ration of medicine. (4)
4. Betting machine. (4)
3. Proof he was not there.
6. Lire. (5)
Impolite. <4)
9. Continental river. (3)
S1. Revolving
apparatus.
15. 8 ketch-
ed. (5)
16. DI -
in I8 sal.
18. V or-
Ins. (4)
to. Prophet.
(4) S**1 d 60a sol0lO0


S CARROLL RIGHTER'S

S^HORO SCOPE

From the Carroll Righter Instituta
GENERAL TENDENCIES: Pitch in with
enthusiasm and get as much work done as
possible. Communicate with anyone able to give you the
information or backing you presently need The evening is
unusually good for prosperity and popularity
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Get information from experts
for greater success. Come to a better understanding with mate
in p.m Try to get yourself in fine physical condition
,h..,... TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Sit down with associates and
discuss your mutual aim intelligently and you gain them more
ter he readily. State your true position
rit and GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) By using new angles you can
please co-workers mightily now, and you get duties handled in
a most efficient way.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You can get very
fine results with others whether in a business or a recreational
way. Plan campaigns and avoid time-wasters.
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) Concentrate on home affairs
while there, or even if you are at business, and improve them.
Study tomorrow's activities this p m.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Find out just what is
expected of you by all associates who mean much to you and
know what your true position is with them
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You can now gain favor of
some financial expert and become more prosperous. Get true
position from accountants Be with friends tonight
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov 21) Have talks with personal
friends and then use your judgment for the future Get
together with those whose interests are similar to yours.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec. 21) It's important for you
to get in a quiet place to plan future with persons of
importance. Reach a fine understanding with mate.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Communicate with
persons whose subjective goals are similar to yours and plan to
achieve them. Help one in trouble and this brings benefits.
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb. 19) Follow rules that apply to
you, and in p m you can make a fine impression on bigwigs
with your ability. Right activity brings success
L< PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar. 20) Get the information you need
early and start wheels rolling in p.m. Use a direct approach in
expressing yourself
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will have
brilliant ideas and ingenuity that make it possible to assist
others who, though more experienced, are unable to solve
difficult problems. Give as fine an education as you can, since
there is ability at statesmanship, politics here. Give good
spiritual training early, as well as musical lessons. Do not
neglect to teach good manners while young.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD Saunders & Overgard


SYOU THOUGHT MY HUSBAND I'M AN EX-
GOT INTO A CAR AGAINST HIS WILL- COP, MRS.
PIP YOU HAPPEN TO WRITE POWN THE CANTRELL.
LICENSE PLATE NUMBERS? THAT'S JUST 1
S WHAT I IP. I


HAVE 'rOU EVER THOUGHT
OF TAKING UP
NEEDLEPOINT?


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REX MORGAN, M.D. Dal Curtis

DOES NOT IT SEEMS SILLY TO WANT TO NOW, WILL YOU PLEASE
I~ TTHAT HURT, VERY H LOOK AT SOMEONE'S THROAT OPEN YOUR MOUTH
S'ANIE 7 M --- HEN SHE'S HAVING PAIN IN ILL TRY NOT TO MAKE
THE BELLY, DOESN'T IT YOU GAG, JANIE /













JUDGE PARKER Paul Nichols
S'YOU KNOW, ABBEY, AM I THE I DIDN'T THINK IT'S NO JOKE! A MAN SERVING
SOMETHING' BOTHERING YOU'RE GETTING KIND OF MAN WHO 0 SO...BUT MAYBE A TEN-YEAR PRISON TERM IS
YOU, COUNSELOR' REPETITIOUS, WOULD TELL A CLIENT I DON'T KNOW ACCUSING ME OF HAVING
WHAT S IT ? MISS SPENCER! TO PLEAD GUILTY YOU VERY WELL! DONE EXACTLY THAT! / I'
WHEN HE INSISTS sORRY.
THAT HES SAM...
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APARTMENT 3-G By Alex Kotky












Uhe gributnt


Tuesday, March 12, 1974


Fighting

Fletcher

saves

England

BRIDGETOWN England
forced a draw in the third
cricket test match against West
Indies here yesterday
The middle order batsmen
held out, thanks largely to a
stand of 142 by Keith Fletcher
and Alan Knott after the fifth
wicket had fallen at 106O
The game ended with
England at 277 for 7. West
Indies had made 596 for 8
declared in reply to England's
first innings total of 3'5.
This was the second draw in
the series. West Indies are one
up. The fourth test starts in
Georgetown, Guyana March
22.
Fletcher hit his 13th four
off a full pitch from Sobers to
reach his century, the fourth
three-figures innings of the
match.
Lloyd then got Knott lbw
and bowled Old first ball with
his next delivery.
England were 248 for 7.
with Arnold. Pocock and Willis
to bat. But Arnold stayed with
Fletcher to the close
Scoreboard:
England 1st innings 295 \estr
Indies Ist innings 506 for M idec
England 2nd innings (,vernilght
72 for 4)
M. Dennessh lbw Holder i
D. Amiss c Julien b Rbert. 4
i. Jameson ibw Roberts Q
G. Boycott i Kanhai b StIoers .1
K. Fletcher not out 12'i
A. Greig c Roberts b (ibbs 2
A. Knott lbw Lloud 6O
C. Old b Llos d 0
G. Arnold not out 2
Extras 28
Total for 7 wkts 27
Wickets fell at 4 2, 4il
106-248-248.
Bowling:
Holder 15-6 3' 1. R,)ibert.
17-449-2; Gibbs 2 i 5-40-l. lulicn
1 14-21-0; Sobers i 5-
Lloyd 12-4-1 3 2 I red'- 7
6-2-24-0; Ro e I 5 ('.
Kallicharran I-o5 0


Record

transfer
LONDON Britain's biggca-,
soccer transfer del! \\a
completed today\ wheni
Sunderland's Dennris I neart
and Mick Horswill mniuL\d tc
First Division Manchester (Cit\
and defender Ions l.,wers
went to Roker Park.
Total value of the three
signing was put at 3751.U00
pounds, or S852.500.
Second Division Sundciland
received 250.000 pounds, i,
$575,000, in addition t',
Towers who is an I ngrind
urder-23 international
Horswill is an e\perricncid
midfielder.
Toueart, 24. rates the tar ~,!
the exchange.
The biggest previiis trainstcr
deal came last monrith when
Birmingham's Bob I.atlhfird
went to Everton in a cash and
player swap estinuteid iat
350,000 pounds, or 1S05,000.


'PROFESSIONALS' PLAY ON-


THE BAHAMAS Amateur Basketball
Association, in the first game of their
playoff finals last night allowed defending
champs Kentucky Colonels to use players
whom the Bahamas Olympic Association
has termed professionals.
The Colonels' centre/forward Keith
Smith and guards Anthony Bostwick and
John Martin, because of their
participation in the Bahamas Baseball
Association's senior league have violated
the rules of amateurism.
The B.O.A. in a recent judgment has
ruied that the senior league of the B.B.A.
is professional and any athlete competing
therein is liable to lose his amateur status.
Because the B.B.A. has former


professionals on their rosters, it follows
that the players mentioned have
competed against professionals and in
turn lose their amateur status.
Mr. Arlington Butler, president of the
B.O.A. told the Tribune yesterday that
once an athlete has become a
professional, there is no way at present
that he can become an amateur again.
Since the ruling adopted by the B.O.A.
states that if an amateur competes against
a professional, then that amateur also
becomes a professional, then it follows
that the above mentioned players are also
professionals.
Further, their competing against Becks
Cougars has also violated the Cougars'


status as amateurs.
Mr. Vince Ferguson, president of the
B.A.B.A. evaded questions concerning the
matter but said the the situation will be
taken care of.
He admitted that if athletes,
compete against professionals knowingly
then they damage their status.
"The members of the Cougars have
acted in accordance with the rules
governing amateurism and should others
be guilty of infringement then the
Association will have to deal with them."
Becks Cougars' head coach Fred
"Papa" Smith lodged a protest prior to
last night's game but withdrew it
following his win.


in his capture of this defensive rebound. Picture IL'ICENT VANGHAN


Kentucky


Courageous Cougars




fight back to win


(,RI \1 [)1 I NCF and
I.it ri' t ic ,'l dlc shooting
l p td de -:11 .!:- t. dijml
K .',' ,, '\ C,,I, :.1'-. to a i cic
n;ni liji-d i't.'i r, C tihe second
halt I, N.,s.II I e .ieiic pe naitii
W liinIc it I Bek o (ugars
"si, tchecd a ( -3 victor\ yInd
<'nie i, Ie lC d iI ihe hCes of
ii h h'c B.ih~itia's A-iat'ui
B, k ct ll ll ,s c ation
Iihamiipi olstlo ptlats I last

lp iaglra iit tie hc!ig t ft'
'si -t ot- inc StCrlitIr Quiant.
Si\-l)t(-tour ('harlic Rbbins
aId Keith Sti, th. all strong
centre to) wards plai ns, the
dl 11nuLntive tist iuningi C(otugrs
overca e .1a 24-8 trst half
deficit taking the lc-d 44-43
ca.rl, in the secLond picr ,.J
Ilead coach Fred "Papa"
Smith attributed their it .css
to their loss to Pindcr',
Basketball (lub in the co, ind
igamlC tt the semi-finals
"That game really It [iske is
ip." he said. "'Ntm w'e re
rciad. wc're together." Smith
pointed iut that on Sunday,
deteince was the subiecit on the


By GLADSTONE THURSTON


It took the (oulgars .1 ieI
inutiCes to adtiust to thei
taller (Colonels and Robbtiis
evaded all dc Iet sive attacks
shooting Inear 8() percent ini
Kentutcky's l(i point lead 10t
minutes into the tirst. Quant
who worked the hoards added
nine points.
Thle cougarss inevrtheless
were tar from giving in. All
around guards Petri Brown and
Fred "Slab" Ling were
relentless in their attack.
bringing the Cougars to within
11 points two minutes later.
And then the Nassau league
champs turned on their
detrimental press. l his forced
the Colonels into nuiimerouis
turnovers and wi th Bennet
Davis coining in ion otte'nce
notched a 31 all tic' \ilth 3 40
left.
Smith sank two baskets and
Robbins added three points as
the Colonels took the halt
41-34.


~hocked in the stands when the
fintil buizer blew. oacDh Smith
,Jid' "It was no upset. We are
: 'o* 1 c ars."
III l( KS CO l" I,


I .l I scored 10 () t Is I in
the first half. the s.amIti in
which Davis added eight of his
IS. Brown contributed' eight
points and four assists.
For the (oloncls, the w\oit
wasi yet to cotic Young rookie
of the year contcinder (iathion
Robbins placed tile Cougars
ahead on a lmiiper over his big
brother (hailie Following a
Cougars time out too imIny
turnovers Laing passed off
one of his three assists to
Stancil Fe-guson bringing cries
of "detene dtctence" from the
fans.
And dcctenic the\ gIot.
Ferguson k.,ls gilen the lot' to
keep Quant ,iut ot the ganlte.
This he did h i allowing the
centre onlli thrie held goals in
the second halt w ich actually
topped thi (I nii onels' scoring
in that pertidc
Meanwhile. Dal)is Iloined
Brown on ,ltence combining
for nine (f the Cougars' 16
field goals. Anthony BosttIeild
added three.
Although many tans stood


, RoKbhins
SI ergusom
I' trown
IB. I)vi is
A. liiltfiteld
R. I rhbcs


K FN I In
S. Olicilli
C. Robbins
KI. Sintlli
C'. Thompson
A. Blistiic,:
B. Russell
l'oitier
J. Martin
NASSA-U


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Hamilton scored a game high
of 34 points and snatched 16
rebounds last night leading the
('Collegians to a 99-73 victory
over Paradise League junior
champs John Bull.
Playmaker guard Dereck
Vogt added 26 points and 10
assists as the Collegians took a
one game lead in the best of
three B.A.B.A. championship
finals.
Phillip Turner topped John
Bull with 20 points and 21
rebounds.


What's your view?
THE SHOCK announcement yesterday by the President
of the Bahamas Olympic Association that high school and
college athletes competing in the current Bahamas Baseball
Association's senior league have violated the rules of
amateurism is likely to have wide repercussions.
The fact that those athletes involved will not be allowed
to play in inter-school sports could have a decided impact
on some schools.
Exactly what impact it is perhaps too early to say, but
this newspaper feels that the schools themselves, the
players, the coaches and even the fans might have
something worthwhile to say on the subject.
The Tribune stands ready for all interested in this subject
to air their views so that some public debate on the matter
can be brought before the public.
It is also naive to assume that the schools themselves
and/or their coaches are not aware of the amateurism rule
and could be held to have been partially responsible for the
present state of affairs.
Anyway. let's have some views from you readers and find
out what you think about it all!


YACHTSMAN DUKE UNDERWATER FILM


PERTH, Western Australia
Britain's Prince Philip steered
Australia's challenger lor the
America's cup, the Southern
Cross, during his visit to
Western Australia.
He controlled the 1 2-ieter
aluminum yacht for half an
hour and then becameIt a
crewmember for a trial race
against Gretel Two.
But the Southern Cross was
sluggish, due to a substitute
headsale, rigged after a sail was
ripped in a previous trial.
"I don't want to give any
secrets away," the Duke said
later. "But given the right sails,
the Aussies have an excellent
chance with Southern Cross.
She handled beautifully except
when losing wind because of
the wrong headsail. (AP)


THE BAHAMAS Under-
water Club's regular monthly
meeting has been postponed
until March 21, 8:00 p.m. at
the Nassau Harbour Club.
This Thursday, B.U.C.
members are invited to see the
film "Four Fathom World"
presented by the National
Trust 8:00 at the Teachers
Training College. This
presentation was filmed on the
Bahama reefs.

THROWING IN

INTERESTED dart throwers
are asked to attend a meeting
at the Club Golden Isles 8
o'clock tomorrow night. Plans
for the formation of an
association will be discussed.


I


I


I want


to whip


Obed,


says


Davis
MIDDLEWEIGHT Eddie
Davis comes to Nassau with a
burning desire to beat
welterweight champ Elisha
Obed.
"I want to be the first to
whip that dude," he said in a
telephone conversation.
Nobody here is taking him
too seriously but that can be a
mistake if Obed also takes him
lightly.
Davis, presently holding a
25-9-1 record seeks to end
Obed's unbeaten reign in 44
fights Friday night in a ten
round battle at the Nassau
Stadium.
Considered one of the best
prospects on the West Coast,
Davis proved his worth with a
victory over hard punching J.
T. Dowe.
Making his ring debut in
1970, Davis reached main
event status in 1972 with a win
over Dorman Crawford.
lie is a sharp puncher and
a snappy jabber and may have
the style and defensive ability
to extend Obed the entire
route.
One of the highlights of
Davis' career was a convincing
win over Tommy von flatten
and a creditable though losing
effort against Canadian
welterweight contender






C-i










EDDIE DAVIS
Sharp punches
Fernand Marcotte.
In other bouts Friday,
Shervin Johnson makes a
comeback after a long layoff
going against slugger K. 0.
Grant in a return bout for eight
rounds. Cleveland Williams also
in an eight round return bout
seeks to get the better part of
Muhammad Rolle.


BRONZE


0
2
0


Belize won its only medal in the Games yesterday by
defeating Puerto Rico 14-2 for first place in the women's
softball final game. Puerto Rico was awarded the silver and
Netherland Antilles the bronze.
Among the other non-Spanish or non-English-speaking
countries in the area, Netherland Antilles won two gold and
three bronze while Surinam won one bronze medal.
In Monday's competition Bahamas defeated U.S. Virgin
Islands by 15-7, 15-9 and 15-7 in men's volleyball.
Frederick Evans, from Belize, finished tenth in the
decathlon with 3,556 points. He ran the 100-meter low
hurdles in 20.65 seconds and placed third in the third heat
behind Rigoberto Salazar, of Cuba. and Celo Aragon, of
Colombia.
Evans also tossed the discus 27.02 meters for 10th place
in this event. (AP)


Four handicapper Jim Duncombe (centre) battled through persistent squalls Sunday
and shot an easy going two over par 74 to win the Jiffy Cleaners/Bahamas Amateur Golf
Club annual tournament at the Paradise Island Golf Course. One stroke behind was Valdo
Prosa while defending champ Eric Gibson Sr. shot a third place 77. Pictured above,
Gibson (right) congratulates Duncombe having received his trophy from tournament
co-ordinator Roy Bowe.
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Picture: VINCENT VA UGHA N
Prime Minister Lynden Pindling presents jockey Austin
Saunders with the Prime Minister's Cup Saturday.
Saunders rode Count Zorich to victory in the fifth race. In
the background (2nd from left) is Racing Commission
chairman Franklyn Wilson.


Trinidad- Tobago




battle to


soccer final

SANTO DOMINGO When the Central
America-Caribbean Games end Wednesday, teams from the
Caribbean English-speaking countries will return home with
several gold, silver and bronze medals.
But Guyana, the largest country in the area, is not among
them.
The games are scheduled to end Wednesday with the
closing ceremonies to follow immediately afterwards.
The Trinidad-Tobago soccer team have a good chance of
winning the Gold medal. They play Cuba Wednesday and if
they are defeated, will be awarded the silver.
Bermuda is taking a shot at the bronze med;1t in the
other final soccer game with Mexico.


Jamaica
Virgin Islands
Belize
Trinidad-Tobago
Bahamas


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