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VOL. LXXI, No. 107 Friday, March 29, 1974 Price: 20 Cents


Sell only good quality products, Roberts tells farmers


By DALE SAUNDERS
THE ATTITUDE adopted by
Bahamian farmers that whatever
they grow should be sold or
whoever gets his crop to market
first will make the most money, is
one that adversely affects them,
Agriculture and Fisheries Minister,
the Hon. Anthony Roberts, said
last night.
Mr. Roberts was the main
speaker at the Bahamas Livestock
and Agricultural Farmers
Association's first "annual awards
dinner" at the Sheraton British
Colonial Hotel.
"This noe-s not work because in
this way immature, bruised and


undersized products, badly
packaged, reach the market which
then condemns all local products as
being unfit," the Minister said.
"Farmers therefore should adopt
an attitude that only good quality
products should be offered for sale
to the consumer and should strive
with the assistance offered by my
Ministry to produce good quality
products which can satisfy grading
standards and endeavour to use
packing material recommended by
us." Mr. Roberts said.
"They should also as persons
with a common interest cooperate
with each other so as to obtain all


of the benefits which the industry
offers.
"We in the Agriculture Ministry
are aware that a large percentage of
the Agricultural products produced
locally are of a very high standard
and can be compared favourably
with products of other countries,"
the Minister noted.
"Of the food imported the
potential exists for local production
of 50- 0" of our requirements at a
savings of $30 million," the
Minister said, "but for this
potential to become a reality the
attitudes of the Government, the
financial houses, the farmers, the
merchants, the hotels, and the


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LITTLE HERE FOR THE POOR,

YOUTH CONGRESS IS TOLD

NA lit I.\L Youth Congress Leader. Carlton \V. Martin, dressing delegates and
youth leaders attending the opening session of t ;eir first annual general convention,
last night declared that young Bahamians must now realise that "whatever tlicir
basic differcncCs may be ... they are the greatest resource of this nation." But hlie
call J the Bahamnas today "a rich man's democracy" that afforded little opportunit-


for the poor iman.
I lie toui-daiv convention
cents around the theme:
"'I["iit Breeds Strength,"
ad ipted from the motto of the
'ioutlh organisation, forced

La.t night's session, chaired
bs Michael A. Symlonette, got
i n de r\v a at Garfunkel
-\adiloriuii following playing
w the National Anthem by its
'P poser and lyricist. Mr.
I tirs, tbh Gibson. M.B F.
\-,o attendedd by (;overnor
i,'i ral Sir Milo and l.aId\
i ':ier. their Lordships Bishop
\ichael IIldon and Bishop Paul
nlu.erri the a ilti. rine was first
,Iricssed by Sp.eaker of
P i a icirt. IlIon. A\rlingtcon
But le i also M P. for the
C( I icerville 'onstituetrcy in
whiich the convention was held.
Mr Martin, addressing the
g.tthe-ing on "'Young People
\rnd then C(hallenge," stated
that "the young people must
grasp thie basic fact that
whiatieer their differences may
'e. whatever the depth of their
dissent, of the gap between
them and adults, they are the
greatest resource of this nation.
"It this nation is to meet the
demands oi its people, if it is
to succcssti Ill\ continue its
battle tfor distant shores, its
i young people must commlnit
the selves to the task of
agricultural and industrial and
general social development."
HIe urged the youth to
prepare themselves by seeking
the right form of education
and said they nimust fight to
eradicate the grave problems of
y south leadership and the
manpower crisis
UGLY SOCIETY
"Avenues of opportunity
must be opened to every single
Bahamian youth and if these
are not present, it is the duty
of every Bahamian person to
rise in revolt against the ugly
faces of society."
lie said that the young
people of this nation can no
longer afford to walk the
unre warding road of
complacency and apathy. They
must fight for the establish-
ment and maintenance of a
reputation of integrity and
courage that will excel those
gone before and those yet to
come.
He told the gathering that
the youth of this country
"have a role to play in the
shaping of our society and we
are going to play it to the best

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of our ability" regardless of
undue criticism.
"Nu democratic measure is
a rre T- th : o ,r
change in this society." lie
declared.
PRi 11I I S15 CRIME'
Aind, telling his audience to
"look around us," he said all to
be seen was "youth
unemployment forever on the
increase, young itent ,1.ii'-' to
the blocks in ,,search of
indulgence, some because of its
taste and other because they
feel the blocks would solve
their problems
"'We see drug addiction,
alcoholism struggling to
maintain its record: youth
crime and delinquency ranging
high: parents neglecting their
responsibilities in trhe
up-bringing of their children:
young girls trapped in the
cob-webs of irresponsible
males: our religion being
polluted by the waves of
professionalism and not being
adapted to meet the needs of
changing times, thus widening
the gap between the church
and the young people; we see
our laws being as archaic as the
advent of colonialism and
many of our politicians sitting
i pl a.. iiil:. in Parliament
because they have been given
the mandate to satisfy their
political aspirations,"
And, he asserted, that "here,
we view a democracy that
affords little accommodation
for the worker and the poor
man a rich nman's dem-c
ocracy.
NO COMFORT
lie also declared that
"regardless of how high the
national income of this nation
may be, it is of no comfort to
the lower classes of society
unless it is equally dis-
tributed."
But, although stating that
there were "no easy answers,
pat solutions or permanent
panaceas for the challenge
facing youth today," he
stressed that "the problems of
society must not be tackled
solely by government. Youth
organizations, religious bodies
and other civic institutions
must also share the burden."
iHe also urged youths to
become parts of these
institutions, the primary
purpose of which "is to break
down the invisible barriers that
divide the young people and
prepare them for full
leadership in tomorrow's
world. They offer forums for
expression arid unity. Youth
organizations afford young
people opportunities to assist
in the general development of
the young people of this
nation."
But, he cautioned that if the
young people are to succeed in


achieving these objectives, they
must rid themselves of tear and
adopt a new and positive
att!'ude. Y''iunt p,'plc must
etcorie more expressive and
vocal regardless of what critics
sa\. h e said.
lie ,lso dreu attention to
the responsibility of the
parellnts whlo must rei iimsei
and perform their d iuti'es
C(hrislti valic'VsL a plaX an
in portent I Ilole i n \r s lth
developlenii he sini iit'1iw
t iat "now .id. 1 ) s people ire'
driftinri awy from the ch'irch
in greater numbers
SItCKI NING
In this area. lie also noted
that sonic have cesn ventureild
into religious conrccpti totally
alien, to those ol f hristti ity.
because ot alien influence, and
exposure to different cuiilturies
"We have git to put a stopj
to the undue and sickelningr
influence being exerted hb the
cultures of other countries.
especially the larger one,
Bahamians mirst be themselves
'I hey must reject speaking
through their nostrils like the
Amiericans and those who still
attempt speaking like the
English must waste no time in
ridding them selves ol such
sickening sounding dialects."
Mr. Butler said that it itislt
be recognized that we were
part of a "liberal dtemocrac."
and that to ge t h e r Is
responsible yotng people, thec
task of the N C can "'be to
genuinely sort out certain
problems. discLuss themii invite
others more knowledgeable in
the particular field to discuss
them with you and having
dealt with then without
emnotionIalisinm or blindly
coin in it min e t, form 1 late
positions in order that you will
be able to make positive
suggestions whenever asked
why you oppose a particular
policy"
And he congratulated some
ot thy organizations affiliated
with the N Y C for having
gone out arrimong the people and
attempting to assist then in
the provision of their basic
needs.
"Yours is a particularly
privileged generation in that a
larger number of you have
been exposed to more formal
education than any previous
group in the history of our
country and because of this,
you will be shouldered with
the history of our country ...
and greater responsibilities," he
said.
The convention runs
through Sunday, March 31
when delegates including a
large group which arrived from
Freeport Thursday morning,
will assemble at the Nassau
Botanical Gardens for an
interdenominational religious
service


consumers generally must be put
into perspective."
"Merchants," Mr. Roberts said,
"feel that they cannot rely on the
farmer to supply the quality and
quantity of the products which
thev require, consequently they
obtain far more products from
abroad then should be necessary,
while our local farming sector pays
the penalty.
"In this regard all the fault may
not necessarily be that of the
merchant who has a peculiar and
particular public as a customer: but
the more encouragement offered to
the farmer in the use of his
products the more willing he will be


Purse for Bishop Knowles

The Right Reverend Donald Knowles, Rector of St.
Margaret's Church on Kemp Road celebrated the golden
jubilee of his ordination tc the Priesthood this week and
was presented with a purse by Lady Butler which had been
contributed by members of the Diocese to mark the
occasion.
Bishop Knowles has worked in parishes at Andros, Crooked
Island, Acklins, lnagua. Eleuthera and New Providence. He
is Assistant Bishop of the Diocese of Nassau and the
Bahamas. Here, he receives the presentation from Lady
Butler. Mrs. Knowles is centre with Bishop Eldon looking
on in the background.


Man dies after road accident


I II I PI) 1 I L 'S R u I o le
knocked down al the jiLtnction
o f N ds s Iu SI r C e t a n d
S',am bridge Ldailc ycstlerdas
aitcirnoon, died at the Princess
Mrargaret Hospita! at 5 p In.
becoming the third victim of
traffic mishaps on Neus
Providence streets this year.

\ut horities at the Road
Irat lfic Department said that
Rolle. believed to be in his t00s,
was, walking near the junction
of Nassau Street and Baltour
I ane at tile time of the
accident.


Ie I was struck down bFh
truck I-880. reportedly driven
b\ Obedi Gardiner of Acklinis
Street. the police said
S yesterday 's traffic i, ii
took place around 2.40 pim.
Rolle, taken to hospital
inm m ediately :..11.. ... e the
accident, died of his injuries at
5 p I police said.
lhirty-one-year-old Rudolph
Balfour became Nassaul's
second road traffic fatality
when the truck he was driving
along John E Kennedy )rive
on March 7 crashed into a
utility pole.


CARL RUSSELL DIES


MR. CARL R. Russell, 51,
of Coral Harbour, died at the
Princess Margaret Hospital last
night following a car accident
on Carmichael Road March 24.
Ile is survived by his wife
Martha: parents Captain and
Mrs. Albert Russell: one
brother Alan in England and
three sisters, Mrs. Violette
Perry of California; Mrs.
Natalie Damianos and Mrs.
Clarice Johnson, both of
Nassau.


Funeral services will be
announced later.
SEA SEARCH
BASRA is searching for a 21
ft. fibreglass boat which is out
of fuel and lost between
Andros and Cat Cay.
On board is a Mr. Saunders
from Bimini who left West
End, Grand Bahama on a
fishing trip. He is believed to
be about 45 miles south of Cat
Cay, and planes are now
searching the area.


o try and satisfy the needs of the
merchant."

"'The hotel industry regard
reliability of supply, and poor
quality as the main reasons for not
patronizing local products," Mr.
oberts said. "My Ministry has
tempted to supply a number of
hotels with properly graded and
elected products and, with the
exception of one hotel, to no avail.
he excuse given generally is that
rms sell to the exchange only the
products which they are unable to
ell otherwise and they are
terefore not of the quality which
he industry require."
"'If this were true then
there could be no argument."
thl Minister said. "but what
we have determined however,
is that purchasing officials in
the industry have contacts
with whom they do not wish
to sever relations and some
hotels are associated with
large organizations with their
own methods of buying.

"In both these cases we
appreciate the thinking but
feel that the industry must
recognize the need and aim of
developing local production.

FUTURE
"It would be good if hot-l
operators would make a
serious effort to encourage
this industry on which they
may have to rely more in the
future as a matter of
necessity than was the case in
the past." Mr. Roberts said.

"'The attitude of the
consumer must be changed to
accept that what is produced
here is of a high standard and
in most cases fresher than
that imported." the Minister
said.

'Tonight I say that w-orld
conditions may in the not too
distant future impose a food
shortage on us with which we
will have to contend and the
best way we shall have of
cushioning its effect is if we
increase our own production
of whatever foods we can."

SIVtN
B L A F A last night
honoured seven people with
awards Tl'he "Farmer of the
Year A\ward" was given to
IV, t/,/u /d (,,d !, S!,: the
"Technical Service Award"
Was is given to II SrtuHt'\l
S\'/I.: thile "Award for
In sp iration" went to Sir
AR:.'izr,/ .Sw trt ingt Mir llt'nri
t;.".*n, received the "Award
for Performance-": it (lClul
v'".i, received the "Service
A ward": the "Award for
Production" went to Sr
]'./ ti':,c Sln rllacl. ilr C'ar!ttrn
r/i>. Chairman of the
Development Corporation,
received the "'Presidents
Award for the Year." Mr.
Clement Pinder is this year's
president.

Mr. Sidney Russell
accepted Mr. Michael's award,
as he did not attend.
Mrs. Anthony Roberts
presented the awards.


Picture RICKEY WELLS
School's over, lessons
done. to Disney World for
fun: a large group of students
and teachers from Mable
Walker Primary School board
an Eastern Airlines jet for a
four-day whirl of Disney
World. Because of its size the
group travelled on two
flights. Heading the group
was Mrs. Barbara Dean,
headmistress of the school.
Mr. Roy Davis, Eastern sales
manager, who made travel
arrangements, accompanied
the group.


Stans admitted



lying to Vesco



jury-testimony


NEW YORK A former
government official c rifi.t
Thursday that Maurice H.
Stans once admitted lying to a
federal grand jury investigating
the actor cities of financier
Robert I Vesco, and said
Stans persuaded him to also lie
(;. Biadford Cook, former
chairman of the Securities and
: x change C(o in i s son.
testified Thursday that lie
twice lied to a grand jury in
order to cover up Stans'
involvement with former Atty.
Gen. John N. Mitchell in a
sec ret S200,000 cash
contribution from Vesco to
President Nixon's 1972
campaign.
But Cook said that the third
time lie appeared before the
grand jury he came clean alter
warning Stalls. who is the
ex-Conmmerce Secretary, that
"I'm going to tell it as it was."
Cook's testimony was the
strongest yet in support of the
government's charge that Stans
engaged in ai criminal
conspiracy with Mitchell and
then tried to cover it up before
t Ihe gra ndc i u r y that
subsequent. indicted tile two
men on charges o' conspiracy.
obst ru action ol justice and
perjury
In return for Vesco s secret
con tribu tion, \l ii . i and
Stans are accused of seeking to
impede an SC(' fraud
investigation into Vesco's
corporate empire.
Almost in its entirety.
Cook's testimony was directed
against Stans, who sat
apparently without emotion at
.- dce nse ot ;!te. oft!', rna'k,"g
notes with a gold pen oi a pad
in his lap. Cook crossed his left
leg over his right, unclasping
h is hands in his lap
occasionally to raise his right
hand and finger to his chin or
lips
TONLD DOWN
(C ook had testified
previously that he toned down
a massive SIC( traud complaint
after two meetings with Stans
prior to the filing ot the
conIIInissnionI's lawsuit against
V oesco oi Nov 2 1972
tic -aid Stans teared lliat tih
V esc o contribution ic L- hc
Nixon campaign would conme
to light. Stans was tnimane
committee chairman ol tihe
re-clection ettort.
the tall, bald 3' c- r-j.- !,
Cook said he was peru's.ij.d io
lie ,ni ill. at a m meeting w ith
St ans in the WhitI tIHouse
basement, in which lie said
Stans admitted his own pcnrur'
after saying. "'Brad. let have
one of those conversations that
never took place."
Cook testified tha' Stan,
then told him he had t id the
grand tury that he ihad not
discussed the Vesco ,e with
Cook before tihe SI.C traud
action against Vesco was I iled.
Cook said he looked into his
coffee cup and said nothing
and Stans then told hinm
'Well. Brad, that's the way
it happened and there's no
sense getting any body
embarrassed. The gift (thee
Vesco contribution) wsas a legal
gift."
"I said 'well. if that's the
way it's going to be, that's the
way it's going to be,'" Cook
tesi itl led
COMPLAINTS
Cook also said he discussed
the Vesco case with Mitchell
during a meeting on Dec. 13,
1972. in Mitchell's New York
office. Cook said he discussed
his desire to become chairman
of the SE,'. and said Mitchell
dit not say he would support
him. ..
Instead, he said Mitchell
reported that there were
complaints about the "tenacity
and exubefnce" of the SEC
staff on some cases.
Cook said he told Mitchell
he believed the staff was
dedicated, noting that a year
and a half of work went into
the Vesco case before the suit
was filed.
Cook said he discussed with
Mitchell a report that the latter


had called the U.S. embassy in
Switzerland in Vesco's behalf
after Vesco was arrested there
on a complaint of a
stockholder in Vesco's firm.
Mitchell denied making the


call, Cook testified, but added:
"Well. anybody would make a
teiphone call to get an
American citizen out of a
foreign jail."
CIlAA\( ,I ) SiRY
Cook also test ,ied that he
himself told two different
stoi-es to the grand jury. He
said in the last of three
appearaines he changed his
testimony
Before that final appearance,
Cook said, Stans telephoned
him at 7 30 and suggested they
get together and talk about the
case He said he told Stans, "I
didn't want to discuss it any
further."
Stans, he 'es~ifn.' "d
"well, nothing has eOen
changed. has it?" And he
replied "Well. for me there has
been."
Hie said Stans replied, i..t1!
this could be trouble. What
does it mean?"
"I'm going to tell it like it
was," he said he told Stans.
The witness said he also had
failed to tell the whole truth
before two Congressional
con mlittees
Cook told of a discussion
with Stans on Feb 6, 1973, on
whether to make public the
Vesco contribution to the
President's campaign.
lHe said Stans stated after
talking to a lawyer hi5 had
decided not to report 'l'he
.iirh.., but that it would
become public when the
money was refuned to Vesco.
BAD ADVICE
Cook said be told Stans he
had been given tad advice, and
said he'(' 'a i to .,t :o thie
lawyer himself Hlie said Stans
then told him to call John W.
Dean 1ll, then theWhite House
counsel.
Cook said he talked to
Dean several days later and
Dean told him:
"1 don't know why I'm
being itr d on this. This has
no business in the White
Ilouse. This has to do with the
committee."
Stanr was then finance
chairman ot the committee to
re -'!i the President
Shook testified that when he
told )Dean he thought Stans
wads toolish not to make the
conttrabution public imnnmediate-
i\. Dean said he agreed and
woui i see what he could do."

SIR MILO OPENS
FARMERS FAIR

G.OV1 RNOR General Sir
\1ilo Butler opened the
Bahamas Livestock Farmers
Association lair at the Queen
Il :.'abethl Sports Centre
yesterdayy at 2 p.m. The Fair is
part of the BLAFA Farm Week
Which closes Sunday
Gifts of vegetables from
local farmers will be presented
to \ew Providence charitable
organizations after the fair is
o\er.

FUNERAL SERVICES
FUNERAL services for Eric
'Andy'" Fvans, 35, of
I) elaporte and formerly of
Nichols Town, Andros, will be
held on Sunday at 3.30 p.m. at
the Fast Street Gospel Chapel.
Pastor Fd Allen assisted by
evangelist Tom Roberts will
officiate. Interment will be in
the Western Cemetery.
Andy, a BEC employee for
16 years, is survived by his wife
Kay, his parents Mr and Mrs.
George Evans, three sisters
Vernay, Blomin and Margie,
two grand aunts, one aunt and
seven uncles.
Relatives and friends may
pay their last respects at Curtis
Memorial Mortuary, Wulff
Road from 11 a.m. Saturday
until I p.m. and from 1:30
p.m. until service time Sunday
at the church.


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Harold Wilson. Foreign Secretary James
( allalghan and other members of Britain's
new% Laoibour government yesterday.
A'1 \pei. relations with the new
Britishi go\eriinent will be excellent."
kissillmt said He stopped in London on
In', \.)i hollit Irolll Moscow .
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menthol, not the artificial
kind. That's why Salem
never tastes harsh or hot.


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negotiations witlh thie Soilets
o.s \ Hlie hllid lelC t for the
trip hoping to achice t a
hiejiklhrough that would lead
Io a nic' treaty tilit intm
Iol ensii nutcleal w\ Ceapons
I ailing in that. ho evc er, he
!iti\ hae gained some ground
111 Jcew ish emigration and
ciinfiricmed that iPresidentl
Ni\ton inteitnds to go to a
%lti.scow sitIu it with om-!ll-
iim.'ist Part\ leader Leonid Ber-
/hi' v
DI)yatn was bringing hits
country's latest proposals for a
pullback in the Golan Heights.
Ihe is scheduled to see Kissing,-r
again tomorrow
A\ Syrian mission is due to
bargain with Kissinger
separately April 11.1


I I


MOTORISTS paid one
Australian dollar ( 1.50 U.S.
dollars) a gallon for black
market gasoline in Sydney
today as strike-hit garages ran
out of fuel. The shortage has
been caused by two industrial
disputes involving fuel truck
drivers.

CHILE'S board of
censorship ruled that the movie
"The Last Tango In Paris"
could not be shown here.
Santiago's censorship board
said the picture was immoral
and violates good customs."

A MAN suspected of
murdering 15 women has been
arrested in Poland. He is
suspected of attempting to
murder six other women. All
the cases had a sexual!
background.

TERRORISTS set off
bombs in Belfast and
Londonderry, wrecking
buildings. starting fires and
injuring 24 people with flying
glass One 500-pound bomb in
a hijacked truck blew tiup
outside Belfast's Grand Central
Hotel

\ TOTAL of 3S people was
killed and 20 injured in the
collision between a passenger
and freight trains near
Lourenco Marques. Mozam-
bique. Transport Minister
Roger Hawkins told
Parliament in Salisbury.

TOP BRITISH and French
otficials are meeting in Paris
today to discuss the future of
the controversial Concorde
supersonic airliner. Britain's
Labour government appears
ready to write off Concorde as
one of the costliest commercial
flops in history.

PRINCE Charles has headed
out to sea again with memories
of a two-day shore leave. In
Acapulco liet' danced with some
Acapulco lovelies during a
discotheque visit with some
fellow officers.

FRENCH lone navigator
Alain Colas got a tremendous
welcome when he entered
Saint Malo harbour. France, in
his trimaran "Manureva" after
a record-breaking round-
the-world voyage. He took
169 days in his 20-meters
long boat



Sunshine

Denver
\I \i '1 (0RK John Denver.
chliIblig -Ic.i.ll. in the past
te s weeks. inlade it to the
Inumbilci lone pO1Mstio atmo 'g
best selling single pop records
in t li L'nitd States with his
"Sunshine On My Shoulder "
I, 12) SuishIne tI)n iI\ Shoiulder
-thin lenser i(R \)
2 Itirk I .iJA \ t tier (\ ( ),
S (4) \o.. kint fird t. 'arl\
'inmon and Jl.imc., I.lair (1 leklra)
4. (0) HolIkd I(n n\ celing
ilue' S\ ede (I \11)
5 ( ') t Hinniie .id lthe Jets
I Iton John (N1t \l
0 (5) ctl 'iul \ht iirtnc\
( \pple)}
7. (I) RKuk On I)alid I se\
(t olumbi.i)


In Bonn. West German
Chancellor Willy Brandt told
parliament his government
refuses to be forced into a
choice between Paris and
Washington.
French President Georges
Pompidou on Wednesday said
his country would not give its
consent to United States
participation in decisions by
European coui t r i es
concerning their future.
Pompidou told his Cabinet
in Paris:" ... If what is sought
is prior agreement (by the
United States) to which the
European community must
submit its internal future and
the progressive construction
of its identity, then France
cannot agree."
Brandt said: "'The
organization of European
unification remains our
historic task."


Floods leave




thousands




homeless


relationship.
Kissinger insisted the last thing in
American minds was "a drive toward
hegemony in Europe or control over
European decision-making."
Kissinger said the proposed Euro-Arat.
dialogue on economic cooperation
aroused concern in Washington, but he
said he won assurance from the British
that they would not join with their eight
Common Market partners in that dialogue
if it cut across American peace efforts 'n
the Mideast or the American proposal for
:a concerted assault on the world energy


Patty will go free,


say prisoners

H1I LLSBOROL'GI1I Two alleged members of the terrorist
Symbioncse Liberation Aimt predict freedom for kidnapped
newspaper heiress Pati mcia I leaisl.
But Randolph Hearst says lie fears the worst for his daughtei it'
lie does not hear soon iiom hel SLA kidnappers on his plans to


set up a 4-nillion-dollai liust to
Miss Hlearst is released unhiameld.
"'If didn't hear fro ttthem
at this point, or somtebody
didn't hear from ltheni. I would
then be fearful thaft Patty is
dead." Hlearst told newsmen n in
announcing the 4 million
-ollars will bhe placed in trust
"But I don't believe she is,
and I think I will hear from
them added lHcarst. president
and editor of the San -Francisco
Examiner and chairman of the
Hlearst Corp
Ilie S.-\A which claims i
kidnapped the Uni crsit ol
('alitllornia coed Ieh. 4, had
tIenmandedi the additional 4
million dollars as a cotlnditionl
to negotiations for her release
Distribution was completed
tils i eek ut footil bought it li
2 m million i dollars initial)
provided 1) Helarst and the
liearst Corp. More than
150.000 bags of groceries were
handed out
Meanwhile. Joseph Reniro,
27. and Russell l[.itle. 24. told
Miss Hlearst in a letter tiom
their lail cell that thie\ Teell
conflitent tlhe SI lA will release
Stu unharmed 1 ihe opIen
letter was ricCeived by Berkeleo
radio station K'PA atid the
I \atilintei
Autlhorilies have dcescrihed
the StI \ as a 1 .,i if armed,
multiracial gioup oI about 25
persons The group has claimed
thiat Remiro and I little are its
"soldiers -


buy more food for the poor lit


Wife joins

Solzhenitsyn
MOS(COW Alexander
Solliehu itsyn's family left the
Soviet union todan to join the
exiled writer in Switzerland.
"Don't cr\. We will surely
le back," the author's wife.
Natalya. told friends at a
tearful airport farewell
A c c oI i1 11 a n > i n g M rs
Solihenitsy n were her three.
small stons by the writer, her
I 1-year-old son b\ her first
husband andi her mother
Slhe\ took a Swissair flight
to Z/unch, where Sol/henitsyn
htas renteId a sev\ en-room
apartmeni t in a two-fani ily
hI toil se
Ills anuly tolloweI the
Nobel pri/e-winning novelist
into e\ile 44 days atlter Soviet
police expelled him because of
tile publication abroad of his
writilngs cnr ical ol tite Soviet
regime
Moei than 20 well-wishers
s ii lite Iainnil' o1ft
lihe faltil\ passed through
uslomllls with minimum of
dit cultill despite earlier tears
that officials I ighlt tr\ to stop
some ofi her husband's records
trolil leaving the country
Ot(icials went through Mrs
Sol/henilts\ 's hand luggage
and insisted on i listening to a
tape recordlit,


RIO D-. JANIIRO
Torrential floods and gale force
winds in one-fifth of Brazil
during the past two weeks have
left aan estimated 100,000
persons homeless and at least
100 drowned, authorities
reported today.
Many cities were reportedly
being invaded by snakes,
centipedes and scorpions try ing
to escape the rising waters.
Although several radio
operators estimated 5,000
persons were either dead.
missing or injured, staff
members of (ov. Colomibo
Sales said no complete figure
,would be available for several
da ys b e cause of poor
communications
I rom t he t i n der-dry
northeast to the agricultural
south. 20 percent of Latin
America's largest country has
been hi' by flood waters which
began rising steadily two weeks
ago under a constant deluge.
In the hardest hit area, the
agricultural state of Catarina,
the port city of lubarao was
under water and the dead were
buried in a common grave.
Tubarao is 53n miles southwest
ofl Rio.
Ihlic waters of the l'ubarao


GRENADA

STRIKE

IS OVER
SF. GhORGF'S, (re iua Ia
The general strike of a &\ itraud ade
unions in Grenada ag i st the th-
government of Prime IAsir isttr
Fric Gairy ended last night
It will be some tu e, i,.
however, before thin '
normalise in this e, ll '
independent island oi, the Wesi
Indies states loIunierly in
association with itl,. U itetd
Kingdom.
A shortage uI luel and .I
electric power hfts virlt ally I
paralyzed the island since its s
advent to .tnir p, ,i. under -
Prime Minister G;ati A \P)


River poured over the banks
i ith such force that torn
carcasses of sheep and cattle
hung from tree branches.
In Mato Grosso state, many
cattle drowned in two weeks of
battering rains around the
capital city of Cuiaba.
Interior Ministry sources in
Brasilia estimated that 100.000
people were homeless and that
the number of deaths may
reach the hundreds.
lHundreds crowded bus
stat ions in Santa Catarina
imploring companies for a seat
in vehicles leaving for the north
of the country., bul most were
forced to stay in the area.
An airlift op."ated by the
Brazilian .;r:?.cd forces and the
Brazilian Legion of Assistance
a local version of the Red
Cross was flying in tons of
food.
Ham radio operators formed
an emergency network in
Santa Catarina, pleading with
all listeners to send food.
powdered milk and medicine
Ihe president of Bra/lil's
f o u n d a t i o n f o i t h e
conservation of nature. Prot
Piquet Carneiro said the floods
around Br,,zil had been
predicted more than 10 yeais
ago, when ecologists warned
that "'i ndiscriuminate defoi-
estation" would cause floods
erosion and other problemIT
problems.
Many of Bra/il's forests haie
been wiped out by sei tlers who
set fire to the timber in order
to cultivate fields, whichiI
several years later become
fallow
The Bratilian government
has been attacked by ecologists
who claim that by building hlie
Transamaion lHighway, the
country is setting a tli e hboblti
which will eventually' turn the
region mino scrubland and
desert. ( AP)

Paper hope
SAVANNAII. Georgia
Researchers say the\ ha've
developed a process which
could double the production of
newsprint from American
forests.


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Chile hits

back at UK
SANTIAGO Chilean
Mines Minister G(;en. Arturo
Vovane said todaul he would
ask the military government to
stop copper deliveries to CGreal
Britain in reprisal for the
British suspension of foreign
aid.
Yovane announced is
intentions to miners d
newsmen at the Rio
copper mine.
"It seems contradict
me to appeal to human
in order to harm so
million Chileans, sub
them to privations and an
that we would not wish o
I english people," Yovane
James ('Callaghan, the Bri
Foreign Secretary. Wednes,
told parliament that the Britisu
Labour govern mtent wotul
suspend all 'aid to Chili
"through a desire to s'
deniocracy restored and huLnur.
rights respected."( AP)

Sadat gloom

CA1-RO Israeli withdrawl
irom all occupied Arab landsit
a noll-negotiable demand ald
cannot be discussed at the rne\i
round ot the GenCeva pc't
talks. I g pt i an PresidenI
\ n .ir Sadiat said in l
ltiCi\ le piitblislie'il Itoday
lhe sald lthe st late ot Jr'
between Israel and thlb .\ri
coilltni s rli' l eil c nld ri\ y hi'
Israel abandlit nts Its claim tij!
the Artab lands it holds a[
necessary\ ltr its own seecltr
The interview was made It
I he Bri I ish B road aI t ing
Corporation iand reprodi, -Ied
by I gy ptian and Lebtanesi
newspapers (AP)


Father stuffed


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74
ie- The Tribune - Friday, March 29, 1974


Olw Ortibuti
NULLIUS ADDI IT'S JURARE IN VERBA MAGISTR
Being I ound To 'i '-car iO T'he Dogmas Of.No fasterr
I I 1N F IL IW)III'!t. Puhhsher'Editor 1W03. 1Q14
SIR 1 1t 11NN I l I'l't'H ) I -F K.t'S.G., D .litt.. I L.I),
Publisher/Editor I 01 7-1 072
Contributing Editor 1P72 -
I II V I N DUPI il ti C' ,IRoI)N.M .St.. H.A., I H.,
Ptiblisher/E'ditor 1972 -
Publishied l Dily Monday to Saturday


Shirley Street, P.O. Box N 3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
Tl-l-I PHONESIS.
Editorial 2-4532, 2-2260
General Oftices (1 5 Fxtensions) 2-1986
Advertising 2-1986..2-2768

Friday, March 29, 1974


EDITORIAL


Sad.... but true


B\ 1 TIlNNI 1)1U'PH il
I AM toii'!, to \rtte something today that I don't want to
believe Bi til are stubborn things and the time comes when
hoi veer much \,ti i inat want lto iesist a act ... it stares t on right
in the 1itt'. An I even ititiih ,oil better attire ina\ tesisi its
demands on ctm'tii sense 1i relaiis ai fact and refuses to go
away.

It has heon said tli. the test wi'\ to lose a friend is to lend hint
toneic. This is ltie. In nmi,, caitss lie has no intention of paying
it hack. In some cass hlie is unable to pa\ it back. But in most
cases lie sits lithe act that he \ loan, ke eels tilt i is u that ii i should he in a better
position llhiii h lie iinds litmcsll
Ihele is .ilsN .iiliino tm h mc itn1oc iur helping a needy person for
kw5e iic' uir'ed iii lithe pO'It l ccioidin thn to l .uke to "'love \our
enell ies li nd do n','o il lIt itllitou xpectin tepayvient. Then
w ill \ oui c .' iiit c ,ie a',t ."

It lhas bcii uaid ti kindune calis its sown reward. This is
! i' A ..ii ; C\ n'Wi, s a si se o spitlit!iu l uplift hen lihe
extends .i h |i, i li l t.n t l- a ''- l'd strallnge .
But don't C\peit Ain\ ilgatItude I oi kidness- I. t11. t o to enl
1-' lt1'c l-it cd u | itli;.i wH n \ l 'th d 1i\ lines that youl are inoll
lh ngri .ic ly -. x eciy o, \ adi i done i 'he past.
An l \i i, ii '.l \ ;t t i t iL l i s lli' t \tou htelp a lman lie
a'ccpts n .it ,it'i i. I '' intt'.s and his itinnediate reaction is
t.itllt d; -, ii i. ; % oI klint'el. -si as i n attle of course.
sI tt!. ii i I . :, ;hal \ tou m utst canll onl

Tli m i i *i i'n ii, c\tIi vtudiia \ tacts in lu inan

*T t *t c O i h
lhe 11 calii! i;t l" I lh ridi pe..'i lists receivel tflrom 'le
lialhu.iiis ,tlcie 20) t c.iNs I d leotid and free service lto
hiiusinds, i 111pp0 d i ldi'i! n ian l iundieds ot adul k. i t cleat
evidence tlh Id I
;4 * i. * :
I il the Iiri tl\ l ,t lhe (i pple C 'h:Idren's wotk.
Attl lilc fuiisl c\peit''icLilal elinitc I)r. Buraciher w-ho headed
this "W.ik said .' iot c liesc ilothli s are so grateiful for our
help. I I el 1ve shitild 'onliinuc this work. It is so different in
I liidi ;'1011 iitil te l \ou titust tldo it. If tyou can raise the
t tntii'\ I' ;' h !t. .ittd ihos|pilal/alittii iwe will rive our senices

lh t.il i t s \ i\ \'. i'k 1ti t s.litted .L alnd It grew to'
HIPl~sl2 ^polpolt lons
As l1tu1 p.| -' l Ic l Isk ('I :.ititi dcl disappeaied ... and it was
r ep lat J 'i "i > -.' l .i.1,c'' ; .1 1,.
And this \,.iN I .. . ',l ii h i an i glance d ha tredhatred which
lbecamine paiiitully t\ident i l at clinic held shortly before a general
election t ll 1t llc motilicit attendingg this clinic wotre ige PI'.i, '.
hUltonis and ithe\ slhvwed b\ lthei attitude that this was a
Sdelibeiate adc t mI ainoalce and defiance. I think this was in Itr,.i
No one tii olued inll tt hIniC cas concerned with the politics
ol anyone beieitnitlin iiii ltiei! wlk but the doctors noticed
the chlantle in attitudtic. t liis s \\, uNinecessal\ !
\'oui ilictdtl knotw lit\ it all ended last sear and so I need
lot tio into die ai
Not w ltid lia tlnk to ilie dt l tit Iros ll the noVillm enit, ort
Oi.y pil h il li, I lt ilut n i n li \Nassaut
** * *
P' ple do i hila\s Iln Anl c\tiaultiiiai\ wa\ on Stllie occasions.
It wi, llnot cmI\ tI lite w l\C E, ol"' iiall\ ex-se\ice tmen to
s 1tablish ilhil idclit\ in older 1l fil1 a claim fto! ihe pension kitil
.d hei 'n piol ideil b\ lh'l PIP P t1' l tit 'nlt.
Fhe T;e;iasul\ iclited iost of I these 'people to ime. It soon got
tiound lthat I was the pcisln tit see to establish a legitimate claim.
SOne di\a I Ictevcd i ilpontc call ftUi the widow of a man with
w,,hol I lihild been sCeiN likindl\. I\\ weie on the desert together.
lhs fainils and in\ laniils Ihad alsia s been friends. She asked me
't idenl ti li hi .
"I told hie to mit.c tio t he office and I would have a letter
'waiting liot her. I could have It'll the letter at the front desk with
the leceptiolist biut I wanted to see the widow ofi my old friend
to give hei a kind wiri otf enco uragement.
Shotly afteri this a cai drove into 77w Tribune yard. The
wtomia diltii t l out ill thile car. She sent her daughter upstairs.
When lthe t oiung woman was shown the way she flounced into
Iyv otitce, aliisti snatched the letter out of my hand and
Slounccd out. Slite was wearing a P.L.P. pin. Not a word of thanks.
In spite itd this, I we lil down to the car and spoke to the
Wdow.


It almost seem that. in many cases, the worse you treat people
the hlle tl the\ like sou. I would say from my experience that
i'iost people iespec tl lie nailed fist and have no appreciation for
.the kiitdll pa nl .
I think that lthe accord of the I'P.L.P. government is clear
,evidence 1 this lact
SThe give inmentiit hlas not only broken every promise it made to
the people . it has deprived them of rights and privileges that
'\hev had alcepeld ais a tiatter of course in the past ... they have
"fooled and misled their followers ... they have introduced new
taxes and piled more and mloie taxes on those already established.
In seven years some of these men have moved from the ranks of
poverty to Millionaire Row sot that they are now known as Fat
('ats. During this same period the people have descended from a
state of ovc -emplpoyneniil to a condition of steadily increasing
unemployment with no prospect of any change for the better in
; sight
And the people' love the government for it!
Is this just a case o'f stupidity or is it really a fact that the
average mana likes to be harshly treated?

The thing that star ted me writing this article doesn't concern
the Bahamas at all but when 1 sat down to start this article the


TERRIBLE ALONG BAY STREET TODAY


I-D1)1 OR Ihe Tribune.
I would appreciate it very
much itf on would kiidlN
print this letter for me.
l'in a young Bahamia 1
growing up in what's supposed
to be happy, young nation
where the people are friendly.
But this peace-loving nation is
no better than some other
terrible places in the world.
It really grieves me to see
the way our young people are
today y.


LETES O0 HEEITOR


Very day and night along
Bay Street (what is supposed
to be the heart of the Countryi
its a shame to walk and see the
way our young girls are lurnin.
oulit toI be prostitLutes and the
young men selling dope and
young girls to the tourists
I'm down Bay Streel hoth
day and night because I'm


working dotn he! andtI 1
the .n !,' e \ rlun e I : .

pi atrC'llin,' I iay ,Sti \ i .
nigi lii\e cO li' '


I 'i ; i 1l .' i


h ave t ,, ,! -(,i',-t I t; . I i' ,,


Shame on Fox Hill MP


EDITOR, The Tribune,
On Tuesday, March I1. I
read on page 3 "Fox Hlill
Welcomes New I ibrarian. and


this was done through tilit
auspices of the Jamaica L.ihrarv
Services
Now that Library and Post


LIGHTS THREAT
TWO YOUNG fishermen oft.
returning from a trip to Green Mr Scott an
Turtle Cay last week have said tiht were 1
complained that they found Port Authority
three mariners' lights off when lights fixed, as
they were returning home at it dangerous for
8.30 p0m.
Peter A ;. Scott and Brent ,. .
Burrows said that they were
approaching Sandy Cay when
they discovered that the light
from C(huhh Cay was not ARRIVI I) l
working. After passing through lyer from Wct
safely they approached the Skywaid Starh
Narrows and found that the Ihomnas
light there was also off. SAll Fl) I
As they were coming down Iler toi \ Wes
the harbour they discovered Mardi (rdINs Sk
that the light there was also lor Miami.


nd Mr Bur.'v^
appcain.lms to thei
to have tlihe-
they citinsitlet.
shIipping


O)1 I ropl,
st Palin B ,1h.
ward tilni St

Di I tl i Ii I h
, waI d, II St11 *\ i


statements I have made above intiuded themsehles on t :
memory and I just wrote them down
I hope you have read what I have said It tmit.ghi liet \o ,
something to think about.
What category are you it .. are vou itistl plain stupidl 1t t
gluittont for punishment'.

Events that started mne writing this article c t nicet i pt ,; ,!.
eceroulls FUncle Sam.
When the second wiild war etndd 1t1 b, .bi c'.ui, 'u,- n W it.
thlie world ... except the U.S. ... was hike. Tlie ciict'i\ CiL itlc- |
were worse thi 111 broke. They had sunk to the lh' l ,t ,it, ;,t ,
On the other hand. An c. wxvs ,1:1 tiiulo 11i'\ i0 ,' o i


know what to do with her iloney.
During the war she had kept her allies iI the tiltt sulh .z
programmle of Leid-Lease that ran into billions of dollli,.
After the wvar America not onl\ undertook to tebuildl bitoken
enemy countries notably Japan and Glermany but shti a ls
became conscious of a duts to under-developed countines. ic itan
of which are 1now included in lthe difficult group known is i' li.
Third World.
She poured billions and billions and moree uncountable iti '
t' dollars into carrying out this laudable imd. I il i I..
America shared her substance with the world until last yeal she
found herself in financial trouble. The U.S. dollar is still trying tou
regain its position of supremacy in the currency nnaikkelt of tlie
world but the nation 1 has experienced miani unexpected problems
in recent tithes.
It was only natural that America would expect some show of
appreciation for her generosity. Instead ... all she hias ih d lias
been kicks.
* * * 5*
I recall an mcident during a visit t, the Ilol 1Ilind a ew \ Ceais

In a couple of hours a taxi driver took Ii\ wile and lii' ovtc
he..muitill'. paved highways on a tour during which we crossed
and recrossed the desert in which \loses and tlte Israelites weie
lost ior 40 years.
From the imomient we iotl into Ius cb hlie kept up a titmade ol
abuse against Americans.
I suspected where these roads came it mi anid o, I ,iskcd the
driver. Hlie said that they were a gill of .\tnciu c but. i wlloti tl
pausing fo breath, lie kept up his timade utitlisl \tXinc ea aiild the
American people.

After a few tinpleasantil expe encCC i tes i cottllitiii 1 h ls, iu i
aided, America attached some stiinigs tU l ei loins mid i lls
One was that the tltoley should be spent on bti'\!.'g nleti ,uls0
and supplies in the U.S. That is. lliateials not obtaitnabhle atl li 'o
This seems to me a reasonable condition Itf aid w toI t,
continued American industry must he supported
The other w\as that aid would be stopped to any cotinlrt
that expropriated the property antd other itIv'tlin'ntiis t
Americans in the territory.
It would seemll unreasonable to mie loi a comtuniy I scI/e tihe
property of A'merican nationals and still expect aid tom tie t I S
government.

But that's the way it is. They expect aid to bhe continued no
matter what they do to America or American people. The\ have
been receiving this aid so long that now they feel tla1 it I tlheirc
by right.
And now ... with all the other complicated knots lie has to
unravel ... Henry Kissinger must try to satisfy the pmice South
American countries place on their friendship'

Most surprising fact of all ... some of the Arab nations thai
have become fabulously wealthy by holding the oil gunto to ie
heart of industrial nations in the West .. still expect military aid
from Uncle Sam. And I have no doubt that America will give it'

With kidnapping, murders, hijackings,. ape. bank robberies
taking the centre of the world stage today, one wonders what the
future may hold for any of us.

Talking about rape ... this heinous crime is like murder
now being treated as a social problem in the U.S.
Instead of imprisoning these mein, the courts are sending sex
offenders to a reform institution. It is now claimed that a
hormone has been found to reduce the sexual urge of these men.
I hope it wor ks because I cannot think of any \crime against
society that is more reprehensible than the abuse oft an innocent
woman in any form.
I use the word innocent because in many cases "the female of
the species is more deadly than the male

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Mr. Raymond Claridge holds one of the dogs for sale at
Nassau Garden and Pet Supply-


Mr. William Lange, staff member of
Nassau Garden and Pet Supply, grooms one
of the puppies for sale.


"I IOVI creatures and amn
constantly. reading up on the
care of a nnuials and new
breeds", said Mr Raymond
Claridge. Nassau horn, new
majority owner and general
manager of Nassau Garden and
Pet Supply on Montrose
Ave nueL
For Raymond Claridge has
alwa s been interested in
agriculture one wa\ or
another" all his life
His first venture was "Ray's
Dairying" which was wiped out
by an unknown tick
After this setback he went
into the construction business
with his father but as soon as
he was financially able it was
hack to his real love
livestock
VENTURE
R. C. Farms. Raymond
(laridge's hog farming venture
in Nassau Village. grew
stronger and expanded over the
sears lie has a big booth at the
Agrli culture FIair this weekend
a test i o I n to his
perseverance
But this article is supposed
to be about Nassau (Garden and
Pet Supply Yet, the stoli. ot
this pet shop cannot lie told
without Raymond ('laridge's
perseverence in, and his police,

ear


Mr. William Lang holds pigeons for sale.


HO SH L -BAUY--FSHON.- ANTN

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Aspects f livin


of "'Bahamianisation" of
livestock
More about this soon
In September of 'I-O7 7Mr
John Baldwin and others
opened up Nassau Garden and
Pet Supply
His wife, Clarice, originally
ot Man 0' War Cay. Abhaco.
told me that "'we'd alwayss had
pets of our ows ."
Difficulties dogged this
venture but luckily Raymond
Claridge was around and
bought out all the other
partners.
Nassau Garden and Pet
Suppl stocks dogs. both
Bahamian and. at the moment
expatriate.
Animal lovers who see these
dogs in cages needn't worry.
They are taken out for a
iminiLmum of an hour a day for
exercise grooming and t.I c.
In fact, Raymond Claridge
says "I enjoy coming in on a
Sunday morning to look alter
the animals"
Mr C('laridge's greatest
ambition is to get a Breedeis'
Association going in the
B ahamas. IHe is al read \
compiling a filing system oft his
purchasers of pedigree dogs
There are all sorts of reasons
why breeding pet dogs and
other livestock is preferable to
importing them, Mr Claindgc
explained to mei
RABIES
For one thing he sas "Thlie
Bahamas is a rabies free ,ica"
Because ol this, breeders
state-side are interested ini
buying dogs from the Bahamtias
Another thing is that all
imported dogs and livestock
are susceptible to diseases for
they have not had sufficient
time to build up a natural
immunity
There iiili h be lillldieds ol
broken-heart ed pet os niers i
the Baha mn as w 1ho have
imported hIighlil pedigtrc d
dogs. cared lor them as liuc\
would babies and lost them tr o
incurable diseases.
getting g a pot-cake isn't the
only answer. Second gen-


eration Hahamian pedigreed
dog is another.
Mr. Claridge has been
experimenting on breeding for
years. He told me "My locally
bred stock has improved on the
originally imported pedigree
stock".
In the Bahamas Mr Claridge
asserts "We could be self
sufficient in livestock and most
of our pets rather than having
to import them. We are already
doing it as far as eggs are
concerned.'"
"My main goal", he con-
tinued, "is to get as many
people interested in breeding
locally as possible."
This is a commercially viable
proposition, he believes, as
anything to do with agriculture
is duty free
COLOURING
Attention all small farmers
or those who are just starting
out: Nassau Garden and Pet
Supply are taking orders
(minimum 100) for chickens,
ducks and turkeys
What's more there's no
question of Nassau Garden and
Pet Supply being in a position
not to fill these orders
Warehouse facilities at the
farm are used for stock
althou gh the\ 're retailed
through the shop
The shop is full of vivid
irridescent coloring with fish
anld aquariums. Nassau Gardcen
and Pet SupplI as oiUi wv ell
may guess are breeding these
fish like mad and encouraging
their customers to do the sarlme
as a hobby or a small business.
lihen there are bir ds:
budgies, pigeons, doves I huite
and brown ring-necked) and
rabbits.
Rabbits for pets are easily
bred. I hen, as ai commercial
nlon-pet proposition, bireel nig
rabbits to tfeed ourselves is a
viable proposition ar t lime
I gland ate labhits and many
consider rabbit as a lux try
alt hough it would be
unthinkable to eat a pet rabbit
"With most of the creatures
wce sell we also provide


literature on their care",
animal-lover Mr. C('laridge said,
well-aware of the unintentional
cruelty and neglect of loving
but ignorant pet owners.
Nassau Garden and Pet
Supply retail all the grooming
aids and accessories for their
pets.
Of tremendous value is their
dog food which they sell at
whole-sale prices. In fact, to
ensure a constant supply for
their customers. Nassau Garden
and Pet Supply are starting to
handle dog, sheep, horse etc.
feed direct from Purina.
EQUIPMENT
And., of course, besides
being a pet outlet Nassau
Garden and Pet Supply also sell
plants and garden tools and
equipment, fertilizers and
pesticides.
At Easter, which is just
around the corner, they will
have the usual Easter lilies,
tulips and mums and from
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Pet Supply will have a big push
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At (aracas, Britain will also
be urging stricter international
standards to reduce marine
pollution, and more regional
regulations which, improving
on existing international
imnac winery would recognize
the rights of all to fish in the
high seas Britain takes the
view that the work of the
North West Atlantic Fisheries
Commission, for example, has
shown hlow stocks of fish can
be conserved while a fair
Ialance between con flicting
interests is main11lained
1 h e s e po i n ts %ere
urnde lined s )h Sir Rogei
recently at the opening session
of a t wo-day mineeting in
London where an internatiorial
panel of speakers reviewed
G over ent l's thinking and
assessed thI.' agerndta for
Caracas.
One aim of the conference
w ill be to set uip an
International Authority to
control the exploitation of the
resources of the sea bed and
ocean floor beyond national
jurisdiction.
This authority would be
established in line with the UN
Assembly decision that the
resources of the deep sea bed
were the common heritage of
mankind.
The assembly did not
however attempt to state any
view on which areas were to be
subject to the control of this
International Authority. A big
talking point will therefore be
the extent of the area to be
controlled and how the
International Authority shall
operate.
Views so far in the UN Sea
Bed Committee have been
divided and some hard
bargaining on this and other
aspects of sea law is expected
at Caracas.


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increase in pass lgeC tais' \\cr.'
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Association sotiiccs ,inlicipiatei
fuel prices dtiring Ihlie se inldl
quarter oft 1974 \ill lie 17 7 per
cent higher
hie proposed passengtcI alti
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Fares Went uip (i per cent on(
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JOHN E. WILLIAMS,
resident vice president of
First National (ity bank
recently announced tihe
appointment of Mr. Anthony
Smilh-Duvalier (pictured) as
authorized signer for the
bank ettecti e last I ebriuary
Anthony, who joined the
bank in FebruarN of last year
as audit clerk in the control
tinit has recently been
assigned to the sundries unit
w i 1 th s supervisor
responsibilities for loans and
collections.
His performance has been
impressive in lile relatively
sliorl time he lias been with
the bank and he has
demonstrated potential to
make further progress inI the
future.
C oitiiettt1 iing ott the
promotion Mr. Williains said
tha hlie hopes to see maniv
more young Bahamians
appointed to such vital
positions in the Bank in the
near future.


Caribbean policy

BRKI)lI 10NW A nationalist non-alignment policy is
c ,int lor I the (ounmonwealth ( aribbean, a West Indian
p1 tl'ssoi said. C
Di Vaughn I ewis, deputy director of the University of
\\esl Indies Insitute on social and economic research, made
1the st,11Ctrent during a seminar this week.
Il i's said scepticism about the value of alliance
i,.ltionshiips was forcing regional countries to seek new
as .d sustaining and enhancing autonomy.
I he unpredictability of relationships between major
phtliical and economic powers, had caused leading medium
and small sized powers to question the value of-allegiance
to i roups ais the Organi/ation of American States (OAS).
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Bihrbdos to discuss the independence of small states with
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By Abigail Van Buren
S 1974 by Chicae Tribune-N. Yv NOew SYn., Inc.
DFEAR ABBY: My husband and I are an average young
couple, except for one thing. My husband sometimes likes
to have me spank him. And I enjoy spanking him, too. It's
like the good, old-fashioned spanking kids used to get. He
lies across my lap and I spank him quite hard on his bare
bottom. This is sort of a part of our sexual relations.
It seems harmless enough since we both enjoy these
spankings, but I have begun to wonder does this mean that
there is something wrong with us? Have you ever heard of


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He really enjoys a good spanking


this before?


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DEAR NAMELESS: Yes, but as long as it remains within
harmless bounds and takes place by mutual consent, and in
private, it doesn't necessarily constitute a problem. How-
ever, should it ever seem to be getting out of control, then
you and your husband should seek psychiatric counseling
without delay.

DEAR ABBY: Our cat, Don Gato, is our problem. You
see, we have two dogs and they are rather mean. One of
them licked Don Gato's head till he was bald, and the other
played so rough with him that Don Gato nearly lost an eye
and ended up ruptured.
It's really not the fault of the dogs. They are chained up
outside and Don Gato teases them.
Don't tell me to keep Don Gato in the house. We can't
because he won't use the litter box. NERVOUS


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DEAR NERVOUS: If Don Gatoe, presumably running
free, can't stay away from two mean dogs, Don Gato is a
dumb cat. If you've penned Don Gato In with the dogs, Don
Gato has a dumb owner. In this case, it's the dogs, two to
one, so unless Don Gato really has nine lives, keep him
locked up-away from the dogs.

DEAR ABBY: A lady friend of mine just got out of the
hospital [nothing serious] so I stopped by her home at
noon to see if there was anything I could do for her, and I
must say I have never been so hurt in all my life!
She opened the door just a crack and when she saw me
she said, "You've got a nerve to come over without phon-
ing first-I'm still in my nightgown!" Then she slammed
the door in my face!
Heck, I have seen her in her nightgown before. A friend-
ship of many years has been broken.





Making a plan


ON THE AVERAGE, you
will be the declarer on one
hand in every four, and most
of the time you will need to
make some sort of plan. There
are, of course, those hands
which virtually play
themselves, and you and your
partner simply take the credit
for some accurate bidding as
you table your cards and make
your claim. But a plan of
campaign will be necessary
more often than not.
I have found it a useful
guide, when formulating a
plan. to divide hands into those
requiring 9 Iricks or fewer, and
those requiring 10 or more. In
the first category, I count my
winners, then figure out where
li e remainder are coming
from. In the higher contracts, I
start from the number of losing
ricks I can afford, and try to
restrict myni losers accordingly
I hs ,, may not suit your
personal approach, but it
\\ orks I or me
I1or instance, ,ou are the
South pla\ er in the deal given
below, and the simple auction
has heen I Ileart from you. I
Spajdc from partner 1I No
I r um p from you. and
Severe body has then passed
i 10 9 8 5
10 8
) J (,
Q2


K l) ( 5
Q4 4
A l


K 6 3 2
J 7
A 108
1087 5


Q 4
K 7 5
K (i 4

\e-,l leads the 3 of (lubs,
dlii in'i is displayed, with
suiltahlc apologies from North
tor its lack of substance, and
\oTi go into c'ommitteeC with
\oursell to see where the tricks
are likely to come from In a
case like this, it is much easier
to c',unl possible winners than
to examine potential losers
You have a certainly of 2
tricks only: the opening lead
imeanls that lhe C(lubs will yield
on' tlick, and \ ou have the
\ce' of Hleart,, I Certhing else
must hbe worked tor
It the' 3 ofI Clubs is a 'true
ca.lrd as lhiev say. it means
liat IVlest hlas rno more than 4
Clubs, and \mo don'l mind too
Inliiu lisinig tlie other 3 You
doiitl kno. of course, who has
tlh' Ac., bill on plan to play
dum l s lliil'Queen to the first
trick in any case But whether
it \\iis ur loses, ',ou will soon
afterwards he laced with the
question of where to go inl
search of the missing tricks.
A few seconds thought
convinIces Vou that you must
try for somec Spade tricks, and
you can see that it the Ace and
King can ihe flushed out, you
will make 3 Spades, a (lub and
a lHeart, which is 5. Already a
bit healthier hut still not
enough. So thlie Diamonds must
lie t ackled at some stage.
Which first, the Spades or the
Diamonds" As you need more
tricks from Spades than from
Diaimnonds. they must be
broached first. The Diamonds
must wait their turn. and
there's always the chance that
the opposition may open up
that suit for you later on.
According to plan. then, you
play dummy 's Queen of Clubs.
which holds. I ast dropping an
encouraging 8 Dummy's 5 of
Spades is led to your Queen
and West's Ace. West spends
some time over his next move,
and you become aware that he
must have the Ace of Clubs.
since otherwise he would
surely lead another. He wants
to trap your King. and he
needs to get I ast into the lead
for that to work: he leads a
Diamond.
Mentally 4ou rub your
hands. You put up dummy's
Queen. Last's Ace wins. and
the Club duly comes through
you, so you lose the next 3
tricks. After West has made his


4th Club, he is again stuck for
a constructive exit, and falls
back passively on another
Diamond, which you run to
your King. Now you lead a
Spade, and East wins with the
King. He returns a Heart, but
you quite properly scorn the
finesse, take your Ace, cash the
Diamond and Spade winners,
lust making your contract.
Now play the hand again,
with the opening lead being
allowed to run to your King,
leaving dummy's Queen single
on the board, and you will find
that you are in dire danger of
defeat, because it is far easier
for East and West to
interchange the lead at will in
Clubs, leaving East to cash the
4th Club, then attack you in
Hearts before the Ace of
Diamonds has been knocked
out.
The second example of
planning concerns a higher
contract; you are in 4 Spades
as South on the following
lay-out:
Q7 6
73
873
KJ 1096


10 9 3
0Q 109 4
KQJ
7 3 2


8 2
K J 6 5
1095 2
A 85


AKJ 5 4
A 82
A 64
Q4

West leads the King of
Diamonds. Now, to count
winners is not altogether
helpful: you can see 5 trump
tricks, 2 red Aces, and once
the Ace has gone 4 clubs .
evenn tricks! But there is a
fallacy in that count, because
you are in distinct danger of
losing 2 Diamonds, a heart and
a Club: 4 losers, which will
wreck your contract. Your
plan must be based on how to
reduce your losers to 3.
Some thought persuades you
that two things must happen;
first. you must go for the Clubs
as an immediate priority, and
secondly, you must delay
drawing trumps, as you are
going to need dummy's Queen
as the possible sole entry to the
Clubs if the defence hold up
the Ace of Clubs, as well they
might.
So, with your plan made,
you take the first trick with
your Ace of Diamonds, and
lead the Queen of Clubs. It
holds You follow with your
small Club to dummy's King,
and last wins with the Ace,
returning a Diamond. West
takes this trick, and the next.
with his Diamond honours,
then switches to a Heart, but
you are now nicely in control,
subject only to a reasonable
3-2 trump division.
You capture Last's King of
Hearts with your Ace, play the
Ace and King of trumps from
your own hand, noting that
both Fast and West follow suit,
then cross to dummy's Queen,
thereby not only drawing
West's last trump, hut at the
same time gaining access to
those li fe-saving Clubs in
du mnmy on which you
gratefully pitch your Heart
losers.
Once again, sound forward
planning has made all the
difference between a contract
made and a contract lost.
RC


Please answer soon and tell me what I should do.
VICTORIA, B. C.

DEAR VIC: The lady obviously overreacted. Having just
come out of the hospital she could have been highly ne rv-
ous and very touchy. Don't write off the friendship now.
Give her a little more time to get back to normal.

CONFIDENTIAL TO A MAN I GREATLY ADMIRE-
W. G. DUNCAN OF LOUISVILLE, KY.: Thanks for send-
nlag me the following Winston Churchill quote on freedom of
speech: "Some men's idea of free speech is that they are
free to say what they like, but if anyone says anything
back, it is an outrage."
Prems? Y'll feel better f you get it off your chest.
Fr a persaaal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. 9700, L. A.,
Calif. Mrn. Encse stamped, self-addreussed envelope.

For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding,"
send $1 to Abigall Van Bumea, 13 Lasky Dr., Beverly HUs,
Cal. ISi.


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TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.
WORKS ACCOUNTANT


A vacancy exists in the Public sWorks I)lDepa rtincit
for a Works Accountant.

Duties will include the operation andl over-seeinc
of the Department's Recurrent Vote and also its
Capital Vote. The Capital Vote is at preseHn
between U.S. $1,100,000 and S2,200.000. I lhe
over-seeing of Electricity Accounts b\
Departments in Grand Turk and South Caieos ill
be included.

In addition other administrative dutiCes will hais
to be carried out as directed by the ('hel I nineer

The salary offered is in the scale AP1I 5 (t .S.
$4.224, $4,974. There is at present no int.'come
tax in the Turks and Caicos Islands.

Accommodation is provided with hard
furnishings including an electric refrigerator and
gas cooker but the officer will be required to pay
5'/( of salary towards rental.

Applications giving full details of qualification
and experience and two referees should be
submitted to the Chief Secretary. Government
Offices. Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos Islands
Closing date:- 30th April. 1974.


When it comes to insurance

it's Dominion for Life


... in Nassau

call Philip Russell 2-3843



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Tribune - Friday, March ,


Feverish


Finale for FNM Fair


IA k


MARY ALICE SMITH
(left) and Beatrix Van Bergen
(third from left) of the
Nassau/Paradise Island
Promotion Board show a
Bahamian-made shell
necklace to Ruth Kent,


hostess of WSB-TV's "Today
in Georgia," and guest Japp
Groen. During the hour-long
Atlanta television pro-
gramme, the Promotion
Board representatives talked
about a wide range of Nassau


and Paradise Island activities
including local products,
on-island sightseeing fun for
tourists, and the success of
the annual Goombay
Summers, in the Bahamas
capital.


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A tullvy-stocked bar, fortunec-eller and a special train ride
for tots are all part of the tun-lilld haigain. in addition to a
varict oAt gaines
Spearheading the overall tair committee is Mrs. O.wald
Isaacs. who has put in endless hours assuring that all the
various committees are functioning on schedule.
Special credit for the organisation of the Family Islands
is due Mrs Noel Roberts who, along with Mrs. Cyril 1'ynes
and Mrs Cyril Fountam. has accomphshed the almost
impossible task of corralling fair supporters from almost
every single Bahamian island
Many who might yet be unfamiliar with Saturday's event
will have an opportunity to follow famous Walt Disney
characters (Mickey Mouse. Donald Duck, etc) in a
Fairyland Fair motorcade, complete with live band, as these
characters ride along Mackey Street. Bay Street. Blue Hill
Road, and Wulff Road to Windsor Park
the parade begins at 1.30 p.m. at the Dewgard Shopping
Plaza. Madiera Street, where the headquarters of the Free
National Movement are located
The FNM said on Thursday that in addition to the
miuch-needed funds which the Fairsyland Fair will provide
for the party, the preparations for the fair have awakened a
spirit of teamwork and togetherness among party
supporters.
"It's a fantastic family affair." lie said.


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NEARLY 200 packages of food items and clothing were
given out to some of the poor and needy of Nassau on
Saturday morning at Bethel Baptist Church, Meeting Street.
The distribution was part of the current three-week crusade
being launched by the combined efforts of various local
churches and was carried out by the Rev. H. W. Brown
(right) and the Rev. Prince Hepburn (second right)
Pending the outcome of further appeals for donations the
crusade hopes to continue helping the poor for another
three weeks. Anyone interested in making donations should
contact either the Rev. H. W. Brown or the Rev. Prince
Hepburn. Photo: PHILIP SYMONETTE.


MRS. BERTHA ISAACS, (centre) was the recipient of a special award from the ladit s
of the women's branch of the Progressive Liberal Party for the outstanding work she has
done over the last 20 years or more. Mrs Isaacs received the award at a Branch meeting
Monday evening. Also awarded for outstanding work was Mrs. Nora Hanna. Shown during
the presentation are (left to right) Mrs. Cadwell Armbrister, Mrs. Isaacs and Mrs. Lynden
0. Pindling, wife of the Prime Minister.


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AS 1111 WI I KS have grown into days, then into hours.
tiOt sippolte ', of the Free National Movement are
feverishly working on those final touches for this
Saturday\ "'lI air\ land Fair" at Windsor Park.
I he colourful event has taken on the attitude of a family
affair, as Bahamians from the islands of South Eleuthera.
Grand Bahama, Crooked Island, Long Island. Bimini.
Inagua, I xuma. Spanish Wells. Sweeting's Cay, Rum Cay
and others are hdligentl\ preparing merchandise for sale in
the giant FIamily Island stall.
In the meantmce, a work crew is busy at Windsor Park
site erecting the various stalls, lights and other facilities
which will be in use tomorrow, when the fair gets underway
at 12 noon and swings through until midnight
The idea for the extravaganza was actually\ conceived by
the women of the -NM., but as time passed and the general
response in eased, the support has become partywide,
until toda nian\i are predicting that it could well turn out
to be one of lie most fantastic fun events ever sponsored
by a political part\ in the Bahamas
A spokesman for the committee proudly commented
that. for instance, every single supper ticket has already
been sold, and that the supper committee has actually had
to put a lid on the further sale of tickets.
The Freeport branch of the FNM is unique in that it is
requiring its own, separate stall in order to accommodate
the great variety\ ol merchandise it will be offering fair
goers.


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The Tribune - Friday, March 29, 1974


CLASSIFIED


SECTION


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REAL ESTATE


C14035
f OR SALE
THE most tavourite soLght
after neighbourhood
WINTON Grounds 100 by 193
with a 2-unrit bu-lclinc Man
house has three bedroom,, ;'
baths, pieaiant sitting r oom,
separate dini ,g i 'oo in
delightful kitchen Plus 1i
bedroom 1 bath. apartment
Live-in one and have ane n, oe,
on the other The askrina prinO-
was $115.000 00 ,educed to
$85,000.00 to: act orn. K g
the action leaifoirs j
DAMIANOS RE ALTY
22033 2230',. 22307, ,vetn-i
4 19

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grounds, swimming pool,
unlimited well water, laundry,
television, phone. $350 per
month, children and pets
acceptable, Phone owner
evenings 5-7224.


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FOR RENT


I PUBLIC AUCTION


V -. -. I


Lighty-four (284) on the
plan of lots in the
Subdivisionri called and
known as "Ridgeland
Valley" situate in the
Southern District of the
Island of New Providence
which said plan has been
approved by the Public
Board of Works and is filed
in the Registered Office of
Englerston Limited which
said piece parcel or lot of
land hereby conveyed is
bounded NORTHWARDLY
by a Road Reservation
Forty (40) feet wide and
running hereon Sixty (60)
feet EASTWARDLY by the
lot number Two Hundred
and Seventy-eight (278) of
the said plan and running
thereon Seventy (70) feet
SOUTHWARDLY by the lot
number Two Hundred and
Eighty-five (285) of the said


C13979
THREE bedroom apartment, 1
bath etc. Quarry Mission Road
Phone 3-5886

C 14061
ONE bedroom furnished
airconditioned apartments
Harold Road. Phone 42247
after 6 p.m. Mrs. Smith.

C13995
EFFICIENCY, all utilities
included $125 per month
Montagu area. Phone 31156
after 6 p.m.


PUBLIC AUCTION

C13878
HARRY D. MAILONE will sell
at his premises on Albuty
Lane, situate five (5) dooi l
forn Shirley Street, South on
the riqht hand side on the 19th
day of Apri at 12 o'clock
noon the foll wing property-
"ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land being portion of
a large tract situate in the
Western District of the
IWrand of New Providenrce
anid bounded EASTWARD-
LY by the Old Farrington
Road in the vicinity of the
Royal Air Force Cemetery
ajd running thereon Sixty
(60) feet SOUTHWARDLY
hy land the property of
IHae'i Rosana Thompsorn
and running thereon One
hundied and twenty (120)
'eet WESTWARDLY hy
ia-d the property of Hazel
Posana Thompson a!:d
lu-ninq thereon Sixty (60)
feet and NORTHWARDLY
h, vacant land and running
thereon One Hundred and
Twenty (120) feet".
Mortgage dated 29th Januarv
'] 9b4 Bernese Paul Alburiv to
r finance Corporation off
Bahamas, L limited
Re ulided in Volume 706 :
1 t,. to 323
The sale is subje( t to a reserve
price and to the right '*o the
Auctj oneer oi any person ori
hiis tehdlf to bid up to that
pr i( e
Tei r s: 10% of the pun hase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated this 13th day of March
A.D, 1974.
HARRY D. MALONE
Publh Auctioneer

C 13880
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his premises on Albury
Lane, situated five (5) doors
from Shirley Street, on the
right hand side, on the 19th
day of April 1974, at 12
o'clock noon the following
property :-
"ALL THAT piece parcel or
part of a tract of land situate
in the Western District of
the aforesaid Island of New
Providence and bounded on
the South by a Reservation
for a Road leading from
Augusta Street to West
Street and running thereon
Forty (40) Feet on the West
by land of Charles Babb and
by land of Letitia Eliza
Adderley and running
thereon jointly Ninety (90)
Feet on the North by land
of Martin Alexander Poitier
and running thereon Forty
(40) Feet and on the East by
land of the said Letitia Eliza
Adder ey and r running
thereon Ninety (90) Feet".
Mortgage dated 21st
December, 19tj Prince
Albert EII to Fintance
Cot portion of Bahamas
Limited.
Recorded i' Volume 696 at
pages 115 to 121i
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right for the
Au ctioneer 0r any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price
Terms. 10% of the purchase
price at th. rt,. of sale and
halance on c i Fpile' io:
Dated this 13th day of March
A.D. 1974
HARRY D, MALONE,
i ith A, icrtioneel .

C 13885
HARRY D MALONE will sell
at his premises on Albury
La:e. situated five (5) doors
fiom Shirley Street, South on
the right hand side onr the 19th
clay of April 1974, at 12
o'clock noonr the following
ar opert y.
"ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land being lot number
Two Flundred and


C 14046
1972 FORD excellent
condition, fully equipped
airconditioned & tape deck.
$3,950.00. James Thompson 9
a.m. 5 p.m. 28437.

C14047
MINI make August 1973 only
6000 miles as new condition
$2,200. Ring Eve 54264
daytime.

FOR SALE
C 13988
500 TRIUMPH "Chopper". 8"
ext front end Call 51606 oi
see David Jones. $875.
C 13985
24" Floor model T.V. $150.
Phone 4-2062 after 6 p.m.
C 14029
PATIO SALE
Saturday March 30th
Hundreds of fabulous bargains
Car
Redwood Patio Furniture
Stereo
Clothes Washer
Bed
Kingsize Bedspread
Linen
Drapes
Electrical Appliances
Fishing, Boating, Skiing
equipment
Lawn Mowers
Barbeques
Baby equipment etc.
Highland Park 2nd house
east Trust Corp. on Sanford
Drive 3-4967 34629.


plan and running thereon
Sixty (60) feet and
WESTWARDLY by the lot
number Two Hundred and
Eighty-seven (287) of the
said plan and running
thereon Seventy (70) feet."
Mortgage dated 8th July, 1966
Dwight Gardiner and Henry
MacDonald Gardiner to
Finance Corporation of
Bahamas Limited.
Recorded in Volume 1011 at
Pages 468 to 474.
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms: 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated this 13th day of March
A.D., 1974.
HARRY D. MALONE,
Public Auctioneer.
T Mar. 21, 29, Apr. 10th
G Mar. 15, Apr. 3rd 18th.

HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer
C 14071
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his premises on Albury
Lane, situated five (5) doo;s
from Shirley Street South onr
the right hand side on the 19th
day of April 1974 at 12
o'clock noon the following
onrooer tv: -
"ALL THAT piece parcel
or lot of land being
Lot Number Sixteen
(16) on the Plan of the
Subdivision called and
known as "Sunshine Park
Estate" laid out by Charles
William Sands situated on
the Western Side of Baillou
Hill Road approximately
1500 Feet South of the
Junction of Carmichael
Road and the said Baillou
Hill Road in the Western
District of the Island of New
Providence and which said
piece parcel or lot of land is
bounded on the South by
Lot Number Seventeen (17)
on the said Plan arid rurnnirng
thereon Ninety (90.0) Feet
on the West by Lot Number
Twenty-seven (27) on the
said Plan and r running
thereon Fifty (50.00) Feet
on the North by Lot
Number fifteen (15) on the
said Plan and running
thereon Seventy-seven and
Five Tenths (77 5) Feet on
the East partly by a Road
and i running thereon
Twenty-five (25.0) Feet and
partly by the said Road on
the said Plan and running
thereon Twelve and Five
tenths (12.5) Feet and
Northeastwardly in an ai c
along the said Ro-nad on the
said Plan and running
thereon Nineteern and Six
Tenths (19 6) Feet,"
Mortgage dated 12th
December. 1968 Elkin
McDonald Lloyd and Mary F.
Lloyd to Finance Corporation
of Baharnmas Lim-ited
Recorded in Volume 1368 at
Pages 146 to 153
The sale is subjle t to a reserve

CARS FOR SALE
C 13982
1968 BUICK Skylark, vinyl
top, power steering, power
brakes, ajiIto)rmatic, air
cond t ,'ied Phone 2 2386.
After ft-e 3 2023

C 1385 7
1972 VOL KSWAGEN 130C
Sedans excellent condition,
radio, W W tytps, low mileage.
Finance aind insurance
available. Call 36G1 1 2 3-4
C14028
1 9 66 H I LLMAN IMP
enthusiast maintained. $400
(O.N.O ) Call 34967 after 6
p m.


PHONE

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I Llu hrinth r


C 13986
Used 1 year old Emerson Black
and white Television with
antenna $350. Telephone
21210-1 9:30 a.m. 5:00 p.m. -
ask for Debbie.

C14060

ONE BUCYPRUS ERIE
Hydraulic Crane mounted on
GMC truck. Gross H.P. 140 at
3600 RPM. 40 ft. boom. spare
tire, cement and trash bucket.
$4,000 or nearest offer. Phone
Mrs. Smith 5-7917 (10 a.m.
4 p.m.)

C 14004
2 ELECTRIC hack saws -
$400.00 1 250 amp. welding
machine $400.00 Phone
4-2193 5-8803.

C13953
TUNNELLED tapered slalem
ski call Mr. Franklin 28730
days or 42060 nights.


PETS FOR SALE
C 13968
STILL SOME MORE
Full Breed German Shepherd
Pups. See Alexander Virgil,
Durham Street off Mount
Roval Avenue. Price $150.00.

CRAFT SUPPLIES
C 14043
NOW in stock at Bahamian
Paint Supply, Bay Street.
* Decoupage
* Clear Cast
* Candle Craft
* Tissue Craft
Phone 2-2386, 2-2898


MARINE SUPPLIES
C15038
27' 1969 Glass Chris Craft
Commander Hard Top, twin
200 HP, 2 fish chairs,
outriggers, 110/12 v Frig.
spotlight, depth, radio, -elec.
head, tape deck.
Freeport 352-5897 after 5.00
p.m.


- Cil 21986 EX. 5

2 l1 PulMontl 'I"


JAVETIME SAVE MH Y j

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

AUTOMOTIVE MEN'S WEAR
Lucas Batterip. | Fashionette Ltd. 2-2376/7
Bay Street Garage 2-2434 X MUI

BOOKSTORE M C
Cody's Records 2-8500
,The Christian Book Shop


5-4506


Optical Service Ltd. 2-3910/,1


BUSINESS FORMS


OPTICIANS


Printers 2-4267/5-401 PRINTING

CAMERAS Wong's Printing 5-45C6
John Bull 24252/3 24267/Executi401
Printers 2-4267/S.4011
ENTERTAINMENT | RADIO& T.V. SALES
Movies Xs:
Film & Equip. Service 2-21 57 :| Carter's Records 2-4711

GARDEN & PET -I RUBBER STAMPS
SUPPLIES Wong's Rubber Stamp
Moderristic Garden Co. 5-4506
& Pet 2-2868
Nassau Garden & Pet .. SPORTS GOODS
Montrose Avenue 2-4259 f-Champion Sport Land 2-1862


HARDWAPRE
John S. George 2-8421/G

HOUSE PLANS
Evangelos G. Zervos 2-2633

LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANiNG
'.v 'rini! L ndry ::
2-4406 ,


TRAVEL


Playtours


2-2931/7


R. H. Curry & Co.,
2-8681/7
TRUCKING SERVICE
Gonzalez Trucking
3-1562/2-4726

TV REPAIRS
Channel Eleptrnni, t ri


Z,: %n, nne c m i ro cs Li..
TO LIST IN 3.5478
THIS DIRECTORY NWINDOW/DOOR REPAIR
CALL 2-1986 or 2-2768 Window & Door Specialists
5-4460




FOR THE ACTION 100 WANT


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Shop Nassau Merchants

For Business And Services


I ANNOUNCEMENTS


C13987
VISITORS ARE
WELCOME


ALWAYS


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

BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES-
C 14065
RESTAURANT for sale. Small
take-out. Good small business
investment. Great potential.
Business & equipment
included. Call Mr. D. P. 21306
- 23237.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
C13965
CLASSES commence at the
Nassau Academy of Business
25th March for Summer Term.
Enroll now in the following
classes:
Typing with Spelling
Shorthand
Bookkeeping
Switchboard
Front Desk Cashier
Night Auditing
Telex Operation
English
Mathematics
Filing
French
German
Spanish
Dictaphone Typist
Call the Nassau Academy of
Business today and join any of
the above classes. Phone
24993. (Located at Shirley St.
opposite Collins Avenue).

C14062
JUST ARRIVED
NEW SHIPMENT
Polyester double knit 60-62
inches wide; also Jersey
material variety of colours,
custom made dresses for ladies
and children.
YOUR ONE STOP SHOP
FOR ALL SCHOOL
CHILDREN UNIFORMS
Also Polyester double knit
material for men all colours
MODERNISTIC DRY GOODS
Opposite Wulff Road Theatre
Telephone 3-4580


FOR SALE I MARINE SUPPLIES


AQUINAS COLLEGE
P. O. Box N7540
Telephone: 2-8934
There are vacancies in the
following departments for the
scholastic year, 1974-1975. if
there are any qualified
Bahamians who are interested,
please call the above telephone
number or make an
appointment with Mr. Andrew
R. Curry, Principal, at Aquinas
College on Madeir, Street,
before the deadline of April
10, 1974.
VACANCIES IN THE
FOLLOWING DEPART-
MENTS:
- o re i gn Language
(Spanish/French)
Religion
Mathematics
Music
English
Commercial (Ty ping,
Shorthand, Bookkeeping)
Full-time secretary with
experience.


HELP WANTED


CLEANER
For club on Delancy
Experience, must live
Hours 9 a.m. to
Tuesday off. Mr.
22325.


Street.
nearby.
2 p.m.
Richard


New Way of Holiness Church
of God
5th Street, Coconut Grove
Services: Sunday School 10
a.m.
Preaching 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m.
Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
A CHURCH WITH A VISION

Pastor Bishop Sonnie 0.
Pinder.


SCHOOLS
C 13695
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.

C14034
IF you are having problems,
trying to find a Nursery School
call A.B.C. NURSERY, Phone
58096. Ages from 21/2 years to
5 years.

WANTS TO BUY
C13962
WANTED any and all old
boats any size or shape.
Please contact Peter John. Tel:
31891,31889.

DINING GUIDE

C 14059
SETTLER'S PUB & INN
Beaumont Arcade, Bay Street
Telephone 5-9739
TOMORROW'S SPECIAL
Split Pea Soup
Curried Mutton
Stewed Turtle


HELP WANTED

C13977
COOK/BAR Keeper required
for small private members club.
Must be able to take complete
charge of operation. Only
experienced Bahamians need
apply. Telephone 7-8421/2.

C14011
SECRETARY REQUIRED.
High School Graduate or
Equivalent. Must hold "0"
Level English or Equivalent. At
least 2 years experience in
Office Procedure. Apply in
person to: Baldwin Symonette
Real Estate, Suite Al First
Floor, Charlotte House Nassau
Telephone 5-1041-2.

C13945
ASSISTANT Manageress
required for Out Island Cottage
Colony and Club Responsible
for Food and Beverage
department and Housekeeping.
Applicant must also be able to
understudy for the Manager in
his absence. Must also have
minimum of 12 months
previous experience preferably
in the Out Islands and have
college standard of education.
Apply in writing to: Green
Turtle Club, Green Turtle Cay,
Abaco.

C 13998
NEW PROVIDENCE
LEASING LIMITED, P. 0.
Box N-3920, Collins Avenue,
Centreville, Nassau, require
two outside Collection
Representatives. Applications
invited from men over 25 years
of age, of smart appearance
and with the initiative and
ability to work on his won.
Good basic salary and
transportation provided for
successful applicant.
Applications in writing only,
supported by two up-to-date
character references.

C13959


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C13860
LIVE-IN maid with references.
Write P. 0. Box 111112,
Nassau, Bahamas.

C13960
MALE BAHAMIAN SAILORS
needed at "Joe The Tailor",
Bay Street. Phone 24865.

C14064
ACCOUNTANT with
approximately ten years
accounting experience for
position with International
company with headquarters in
Nassau. Duties and
responsibilities will include:
Valuation of securities;
accounting for forward
exchange contracts, promissory
notes and commercial paper;
and assisting with
consolidation of financial
statements. Written
applications should be sent to:
The Personnel Department,
The Deltec Banking
Corporation Limited, P. 0.
-x N3229, Nassau.

C14045


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i


C 14044
COCKTAIL
WAITRESS-HOSTESS
For Pink Pussycat Club. Will
train looking for ex-secretaries,
e x-airlines etc. Good
education, attractive, well
groomed. A pleasant
atmosphere to work in. Hours
9 p.m. to 4 a.m. Mr. Richard
22325.

C14053
SAINT AUGUSTINE'S
COLLEGE
Applications are invited for
suitably qualified and
experienced persons to fill
vacancies on the staff of the
above-named high school
commencing the September
1974 school year, in the
following subjects:

LIBRARIAN qualified

MATHEMATICS grade 7

MATHEMATICS must be
able to teach boh modern and
conventional Maths up to GCE
'O' Level.
SCIENCE (with Mathematics
background) grade 7

BIOLOGY must be able to
teach up to GCE '0' Level
with minor Dossiblv in
Chemistry or Physics
CHEMISTRY must be able
to teach up to CGE '0' Level
with minor in Biology or
Physics
PHYSICS must be able to
teach up to GCE '0' Level with
minor in Mathematics
BIOLOGY must be able to
teach Biology up to GCE '0'
level with Maths background.


HISTORY-GEORGRAPHY
must be able to teach both
subjects up to GCE '0' Level
HOME ECONOMICS must
be able to handle both cooking
and sewing more emphasis
on sewing
Please apply in writing with
details of experience, etc., to:
The Headmaster, St
Augustine's College, P. 0 Box
N3940, Nassau, Bahamas.


TRADE SERVICES
C13691

pinder's Customs

Brokerage Ltd.

Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. 0. Box N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
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

C14068
WINDOW & DOOR
SPECIALISTS
We repair all types of
aluminum windows, sliding
glass doors, all types of screens,
awning windows, jalousie
windows, and doors, Phone
54460

C13696
T.V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes,
apartments and hotels
SALES ANE SERVICES
Call 5-9404
WORLD OF MUSIC
Mackey Street :
next to Frank's r Place


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TRADE SERVICES

C13944
ACT now before the burglar
comes. Call Scriver,'s
Maintenance Service for your
secuirtv and maintenance
requirements. Tel. 5-1748.

C13702
FOR your building needs and
CRANE hire see:
ISLAND BUILDERS LIMITED
P. 0. Box N-4559
Phone 31671 31672.

C13700
SEWING MACHINE
PARTS AND REPAIRS
Island Furniture Co.
P. 0. Box N-4818Nassau.
Dowdeswell and Christie Streets
Telephone 21197, 23152


TRADE SERVICES

C14054
MASTER TECHNICIANS
LTD. Mackey Street, your
Whirlpool distributor offers
refrigerators, washers, dryers,
compactors, freezers, ice
makers, airconditioners and
garbage disposers.
With one year full warranty on
every home appliance we sell,
service done by factory trained
mechanics. Telephone 23713,
59322.


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Monday to Saturday


GRAND BAHAMA




CLASSIFIED

II FIEEPIT TEL. 352-66


HELP WANTED
C15032
GENERAL MANAGER FOR
PERFUME & COSMETICS
IMPORT/EX PORT
BUSINESS. PREVIOUS
EXPERIENCE REQUIRED IN
PERFUMES, IMPORTS,
EXPORTS, DISTRIBUTION,
WAREHOUSING, ETC..
KNOWLEDGE FRENCH,
SPANISH LANGUAGES,
ACCOUNTANCY.
BETCO LTD., P. 0. BOX
F-2589, FREEPORT TEL:
352-2803. BLDG. No. 7
AIRPORT BONDED AREA

C15030
RETAIL SHOP MANAGER
male, for shop that sells Fjx
East products and precious
jewelry. Must have thorough
knowledge of these items ande
minimum of five years,
supervisory experience
Responsible for purchasing,
shop inventory, requisition of
stock, balancing of cash.
approval of charge and credit
accounts. Must be capable of
supervising and training
personnel.
Apply in writing giving
complete resume in first letter
to: CALCUTTA LIMITED,
Box F-847, Freeport, Bahamas

C 15029
PETROLEUM INSPECTORS
Applications aie invited fiir,,
Petioleu i lnspe( toi wi th l i
least five years expelln c w ii
inspection of ci udC in(I
petroleum product loading irid
discharging operations1
Applicants should also iave
had some experience of kw
storage tank and mr'etenri
equipment calibrations. al'.I ,
I boratory testing of crUd .it(
petroleum products
Please apply, together weil
evidence of experierin(. t, I
W. Saybolt & Co., S.A., P 0
Box F-2049, Fieepoit, Gi. (I
Bahama Bahamnians only "'e''!
apply.

C15012
MANAGERESS/BEAUTI CIAN
with 5 years expei iencI
Applicant apply in wi tl'']
Modiin Beauty Fashions,. Bo'
F 620. Fieepoi t.

C 15034
TENNIS PRO: One (1) Te n,
Pro. Must be a piou essiioildI
tennis pro; must be ibhl It
take charge of tennis iotu'
and give lessons
KITCHEN PORTERS: S;x (i)
Kitchen Porters Mu'.'
clean kitchen area and dlan
around garbage bins
GARDENERS: Sox (),
Gardeners. Must be will!ir to
work outside all day Jrld k'c'li
grounds clean; must be will-i'
to keep ilwns and otheli
grounds ini good older
HOUSEMEN: Ten (10)
Housemer. Must be willing to
clean hotel.
SHAMPOO MAN: One (1)
Shanlpoo Man. Must be willin-
to clearly entire hotel; must I)('
willing to work as shampoo
man anid shampoo complete'
premises.
POT WASHERS: Three (3) Pot
Washers. Must clean pots andii
pans in kitchen. Must clean
kitchen.
BAR PORTER: One (1) Ba,
Porter. Must be willing to cleaner
bar area; must be willing to
take ice from all areas of the'
hotel to bars, also clean glasses
PUBLIC RELATIONS
/ENTERTAINMENT
CO-ORDINATOR: One (1)
Public Rel at ons/Enteitain-
ment Co-Ordindtor. Works
closely with Sales Manager and
Music Director. Must have
three years experience dealing
with Entertainment booking
agencies and wholesale and
retail travel agencies. Must have
superior administrative ability
CLASSICAL VOCALIST/
ENTERTAINER: One (I1
Classical Vocalist/Entertainer
Must be a professional
entertainer; must be a classical
vocalist, must be able to play
piano and read music.
For all of the above please
apply to Per sonnel
Department, Holiday Inn of
Lucayan Beach, P.O. Box
F-760, Freeport, Graid
Bahama, Bahamas.


HELP WANTED
C15033
TRENCHER OPERATOR
Must be experienced and
capable of handling all
trenching machines including
The Cleveland 400 and
Bucyrus Erie Backhoe.
Please send all replies to: P. 0.
Box F-35, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C15031
HOUSEMAN live-in Must be
thoroughly experienced in
operation of household
including shopping, cooking
arid serving, cleaning, laundry
and yard work. Must also be
capable of handling clogs
References arid Police
Certificate required.
Apply in wr i ting to :
Houseman, Box F 847,
F report. Bahamas.

C 15037
SUPERVISOR ELECTRICAL
MAINTENANCE Applicant
will be responsible for th"
proper maintenance of all
electrical equipment associated
with the generation of electrical
power. Includes switch-gear up
to 69.000 volt. generating
equipment 13,800 volt, (steam,
gas arid diesel driven) auxiliary
cicuits, motors, metering.
relaying and electronic devices
Should have background as an
eletx ical e'i(li, ,er wi h recognized
apprenticeship followed by at
least five years experience in
'lecti (al mairnterianice work in
power plants ior comrnparable
installations (such as process
industry, Pet )
WAREHOUSE ATTENDANT
Requires co nrsider able
experience in stevedoring and
warehousing Must be able to
assume responsibility for initial
tally of inominrg cargo; must
know do( icmenrtation of cargo.
R eq ired to know sorting,
stacrkinq. safekeeping to avoid
lObs io d.r"!i !Jgi'
A, p I) I t o r s o rnel I
DeLpa t'ment. Giand Bahama
Poit Alithortv., Limited, P 0.
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FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
MANAGER Hie,' iponsiblec
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GARDENER I ci'
qa cliritir ir

I tfie esteil l '."p Pl,
RANt) HAIAMA HOTEL
WEST iND. GRAND
iAHAMA Personnei Ofliee
,,.elw 'r t fi ol 5 01 00 a ni

ailut" r i Put Road Wesi
Pal Bach ti. IHI 33404 El.on
MaRtEN. Jr PeR soninel Diectori


REX MORGAN, M.D


JUDGE PARKER

FIRST, LET ME ASK YOU THIS QUESTION!
DID LEFTY STRAND ADMIT TO YOU THAT
HE WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR
THE WOMAN'S DEATH ? YES! A


"al Curtis


WHY WOULD HE MAK ETI THINK MAYBE
AN ADMISSION LIKE HE FEELS GUILTY
THAT? IT COULD ADD/ABOUT LETTING AN
TO MIS PRISON INNOCENT MAAN TAKE
TERM! THE RAP FOR SOME-
THING HE DID!


Paul Nichols
LOOK, MR. VALENTE... I AM
INNOCENT! I NEVER DID WANT TO
PLEAD GUILTY IN COURT BUT SAM
DRIVER TOLD ME I HAD -
NO OTHER CHOICE! /


APARTMENT 3-G By Alex Kotzky

IT'LL JUST TAKE I HOPE YOU PON'T MINP IF I MISS MAGEE WHEN I ASKED HOW
A FEW MINUTES! SIT POWN! I HAVEN'T BEEN LONG YOU KNEW PAUL LESTER YOU
LOOK, TO BE IN THIRTY-SIX HOURS! 5AID YOU'D MET HIM HERE IN NEW
KNOW THIS YORK TWO WEEKS AGO'
IS AN MAKE YOUR-
IMPOSITION --- SELF COM- P I D YOU'
BUT WOULD PFORTABLE! II KNOW HIM
YOU HAVE A I'LL TURNBEFOREHE
CUP OF ON THECAME
COFFEE PERCOLATOR NEW YORK






STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD Saunders & Overgard

TO %, TTHEY RE QUITE OLD-FASHIONED
THAT S1 A GORGEOUS S, IT 15 PART OF -. HOWEVER, AND I'M THINKING OF
DIkjER RING, I GUE56 YOU'D SELLING THEM/ WOULD YOU
.M 55i.. )--'- CALL IT--A COLLECTION, HAPPEN TO KNOW A POSSIBLE
SM. JACKIE.' 1 BUYER ;F, ,----





CALVIN HALE, PRESIDENT OF
KEYSTONE TRUST,AND HIS
MOTHER LEFTME ALL HER JEWELS./ '


The Heart of Juliet Jones By Stan Drake


The Heart of Juliet Jones 0 By Stan Drake


SCORPIO (Oct 23 to \o, 2ll1 Hiandle credit and dehts
CARROLL RIGHTER'S carefully and you get good result DI)on't it I hhr ti,u o it
one who likes to lind fault do, r nisl It!it
SJ14 l II 1SAGII 1. APItS (Nov 2' ) li, -'%, I ) 0r 1 otl C new
4 1 ,R.s

from the Carroll Righter Institute Leave close tie alone who ,1 in t .(i
Sro h CrrlR h nAPRICORN ((I)ec 'to Jan ..> (,etl ht, 'Ak rkini pand
I /C i \FR \L II \DI \(I It\ solve pr. i':,s in you'll get out of that mood ti Il' t il liud1 1c \rAn is ', utic
alln ringnious jnd up-tod-date fi"ljorn I orIget caln he demanding, so pretend 'r. '-, i ',', h:s,
past in.itakcs and hygone< now \ n,'k to threftur l n' AO. t'ARIL', (Jan 2 !u I \tM end .I .'ii:,vr' .r
ip s.eL its!i,. tit\ c(rn itions as k m : pl1tcild Ito dc' but w'Ith congenial t r hipp ;' :
con .cn'tii.itc , ro, e,!cill ing \%i J Ia ,;'t suit y:) Lc d rm ending trilhow Sworkc lha i -' \ ... I : : ,
.\RIl S !\ i i 1 I, \pr I ') 1 ind theT' righli tnds \\I o argue 1 to I;uch,
c.in ..-is' c \i'l i .n k'. ; thcIe I .l ut iir c I'iiu h 'r I;TC;eTr Be PIS,( 1S cb D M ar t I.. n h 1 oic- n ,,
AunTL)r;.i.i ;r' uic Ii.' .ir'nte \s it k' : 1 speei and i o v it ;nakCA ': I ..Ijpp ci l) ; t !-..i


I 1 R S i -\pr 1) I"r \taJ :01 ialaiine:g U I Odgc t i, wise
an'! getltin 1 nl, i t expen ''e, that are oUtatdJed Plan
soml hiner ie ni' d'' o ) wi li ,1te 1 'C lin ti i'. ;r.'reie' incoim e
c 1i NI l ''li 'I1 I'' Juinm' 1 You .j: ga; dn the goodiw ill
oi Irends m Is .m in e our Pi ,t peiron l a ims 'easil
F orc' iin.ciin .s ", ". \ d l. h \si1l ',i Mll y r .av nrn'\ ,ci
0HIN\ ( I111 IR \ ( IutN c O 'n Juwly 21 Meetr c:th
pe. 'pl' v, iho an 4 1I .W 1 o"i .' s .or L'. S1i.. e .llu! c-rget
th'.O.C pcr ;-'.i ': !'.:i ;'ciut 10rer t t co ild ups Yct c ou
11 JN\ l< \r ig ' 1 D nM't Iret about w haJt c,r'!
tc'ip.e c'Cp:' ,.i.il : c'.':. i ,'i, ''!' .atrters Join good fnt' enn .i lioi
.ic.i t 'lr ain \takc' rnc i lL',li' lca th ie -oia i ladder
VIR(;( i \ug I t()o scp' I (Get buy itl, vocational
altersers id. i c a m i.I'r pi l.'ii in t e ftui rlc' \%o!i a v 'V\
einotionaJ pt:.' o: O1 iyou gti mnl l roul'lc c c>'-irself
I lR1 s C'p; t', (),'t I l 1 ) Ir nto please an diare
ol tii.:,! !a'. ', .,,, gci go.'od "'cie itls t ereby l ake T e.m',
tor l ,L i.hi \i. .1 i i'd "1 Ici- o\\ ( io .hi.racter


HELP WANTED

( 1 .42
POSITION AVAILABLE FOR
MASTER MARINER
Sl,',.(1 0 en it Com'panyv
I iiiii'. P 0 Box 5140.
Nssau BaJr 'a .. r( seek rq a
i.iL; i I G i?(n BJ',"] a' oi ".! eistel
oif 'n V + .'-' c) C ,e',' a
1OO Di,:T B',i' O. ej- Vessel
Appm' "* ,-* he ,; lei-* 30
ye.0 o dOg' r' *!'' (luai'ledJ as
to edtcatio' dild pi ofessional
expe ,icnice, posse's,,ng a Bi itish
IF1 oieijrGoing Mastei Mai nei
((,i tl1' tet
Appliir tats o plit) se apply in
wv ii'-", to the above address
giving J fill resumee of
education, expe, ,ence an(d
iec hni(al el tification


HELP WANTED

C 15040
CERTIFIED WATCHMAKER
5 years expei ience in watch
iepan also jeweller y epa1
expel ,ence
Bahama Jewelctaft Ltd P 0
Box F -289. Freeport. G B .
352 7528

015039
MECHANIC 5 yea.
experience in all phases ajto
and Ii uck repair, diesel work
Kent Motois, F-384. Queens
Highway 352-7231.


Xhp ribunt


duties Ior pleasurct now or c,,ui ge c nt o rouhle
D TEIPHI HI A
CROSSWORD R N LB

PUZZLE RHEA A TO
A(oS 262 6',Vih:r ; R E
I CP. 2 Un ard about
5Spindr 30 Leaf cuItr YAM T T
It Keepsake 3 Blo-khedu ELAS EDO BEL
13 S lacking fish 32 Memorize SPR I
14 Obnoxious 34 Electnc AA B I
16 Fcr,c current LA O A UE
:7 Halrway 36. Raurrad iding A I O A CODA
.8 Fic:onal 38. Lad"
sleeper 39 Erm,ne I I
20 A,r pollution 40 Telegraphed SOLUTION OF SATURDAY'S PUZZLE
;1 Hawaian !aa 42 rhriousehph 3OWN


?" 'aintay I
24 City on trp
Ouse
Ir D- ... ..


44 Sports places
46 Nest
47 Snuggle


Fragrance
Commun;ca.
t.crs channels
r.,f '


5 rPepper piant 4. Chipper a re"1




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72 e 29 2 3S 2


l2b 27 I


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Port ime 24 m.n.


AP Newrsfotures


4.1


4 Cruise port
5 Heraldic metal
L5 egal matter
7 Iowa college
town
8 Tease
9. Beautiful
bird
10 Spacious
12 Shorten
15. Yellow ocher
19. Manhandle
22 Knack
23 Intensify
25 Convinces
27 Tavern
28 Desire eagerly
29 Cerise
31. Nile dam
33 Calculate
34. Omen
35. Summit
37. Budget item
39. Wither
41 Split pulse
43. Piquancy
45. Compass point


('OMMONWI.ALTH Of THF. BAHAMAS
IN Till SUPREMEt COURT]
1 ll.it1 Sidc'


1972
No 42


IN 1111 MATTER of ALL those Two
(2) Pieces Parcels or Tracts of lanuld
Coilllainingi a total ot three alld l ighlt
ittundred and iilly-one iThoii0lldtsll
(3.851 I Acres nmore or less sit uatl in tlhe
Settlemecnt of Pinder',s Point in the
Island o (irand Bahalima

ANI)

IN 1111t MATTI R o Thlie Quictir- titles
Act 1959

ANI)

IN 11I-I MATTI.R of 1l lhcPeliti.n ot
( IIARL.S HIIOMAS I1)1)1 N


NOTICE

'[( : All Ad ,\c'rse C('laiallltIs

The Petitionl of Charles 1homas
Settlementl otf Pinder's Point inll the
Bahama one of the Islands of the
of the Bahanlis in respect of;-


Idilln oI f thc
I sianc of Randnd
Co("ni. ilonwealth


(A) "All. THAT piece parcel or IILt't UIo land
containing .223 acres sittlillt.' it the said
Pinder's Point, whose 1 point of
commenl1cement is located on thlicnortlh corner
of the common boundary between Tricts "A"
and "B" and proceeding South 44 18' 35"
West (True) 72.6 1 feet inlteriscting the
north right-of-way of a thirty foot wide
reservation and running therein S(o tuh 39 40'
30" last (True) 210.26 feet: thience North 44
34'20'" Last (True) 17.78 feet; tile- since North
25 21'00" West (True) 602.75 feet along
the coIl1mion Ioundary of-I racts"/. and "B"
to the point of comlniencei cnl. WVhich said
piece parcel or tract of land isdie--ignated as
Tract' "B" on the diagran or plan t-iled herein
hy thle area coloured "PINK".

(B1 "ALL THAT piece, parcel or tr.ict of land
coloured Pink and designated ;is Tract "(''
situtate approximately 5,000 'e .' *t east of
Hlawkshill C(reek in the Pincleir's Point
SettleIment ol (grand dilh ai;ii aind
conili encili i at tile intersection < )I it", north
eastern corner within the south rigil-l-o'f-wly of
.1 30 foot road reservation ;ild pro)cced ing
tlhence south 44 I 8' 35" Wesi (True)I
45fi.98 feet: thence south 34 2 1' 25-" LIst
(Truce) 21.70 feet: tlience south 56 08' 35"
West (True) 299.40 k-t to theil South
western corner of the tract nmcid coincident
witli the Miuh Water Mark o (fhe Sea;. thence
al'nr lthe lHigh Wter Mark ot t lic Sea to a
poinllt lving 13 feet more or lss o-,(tlhi 47 32'
55'" West ( Irute) oft a stiurvc\ Ilol llelint
located south 30 27'25'" -a:,'t (lnt i 243.210
le It mrom the north western cori cr i)l Tract
"( thence North 47 3' 5" i s ( rue)
IIlrtcn feel more ()r less-, Io i n tlhe Ilth
\\ iter Mark to the survey 111mim1111ll ilt .;hiiovc thence Nortlh 47 32',5"1 I Il t I erilI
()9 41 Feet. thence \oirll 1) 22'29" l .ist
I I ilc) 1 38.58 fccl t II lie ce44 31'20" -;st
( I ruic) 86 )2 eel la tle I ilrie lii i of tile
sou Ii rigitl- l-\t' s ,\ ot .1 1) Iootl road
i'Ces'r\Itli)l thlcei \N rthi 31 ( J4'30)" West
(I r ) r2 1) I tect .iliu L tile siVIitll
ri 1llt -o t -w a \ o l tli l iln lot i ro .l
r e s r \ r lt 10 I 11 hI ik i < Il p i il 1 f
Lo mI llencIl ienit J l. I I i'I)(J1 I II .1 IIl ;eIIc I of
3.728 acres,

HIIARIL'SASI IIOM I 1)1)1 N li'et itionci in this
im ter claims to l Ie ti 6 r tkeIW r ) ill't
11111lIM hill her' tk e sili ,ic cs ilt if ) i)s.t'-lssioI ()1
thle hild piece p ori>l tso o kt nl tl ln d lillls m lde
;ippliedtioln to 'I lle Stuprl llme (ourtl ( >I l lCle Bahilianll
Islands linder Section Ihree (Sec- 3) of1 lhe
OQ eating Titles Alt 1959 to have 'Iw l1ilIle It the
1said )pic'ces tipalels k )1 litis odlt ini in d estaI 'Ited aid
tlie nl tiitre nd '\l it tlihere (l IL- Icri iiicn d .ld
el'c i'red iln J ( rer ill.?ltt o ) li lcho ho ,mInltued !y
I lie ( tiil i tn .iciu lai I 2>. ith i lic pr ovisionis o' llthe

C(ope ot (I e slth |ljc ml i u' inl- ipal.-d (1irlinL
tli. lo1-1iiiil t i li C li iilh s .it Ill t t ll]o" w Ii' Ml tcIsn.-

I le Re istri ot thii SIi0p rtllie Court. Public
Square ii thle ( its\ \.liss, a:il< i rrssiid

i b) 1 i >l' l() i () o l ( (lie (O ,I millms,- > ,ik ltleport
(I I il tl i jtil l iiti ( il i.i ii il'.


I ) l ile (IChiiII rs i Messwrs, Ki tlil \No'lte &
(i [T ilrd o(i r Merca ntilk' aink B1 ildinu
I leeport. (I .,ndl Bilw n i. bK iaiiis.

NO( l I( I is hilhI\ ,'lien that aIy pierson having
I)owsecr or Rich lt ()IDower or aw, Ad', erse ( hiim1 or
(C ill nolt recl' g'nised in the Peliti on shall on or
helor, tie 3011i day of April. A.I) 1974 tile in
1 he Stupreme (Courl and ser\e c (ill Ie Pc titioner or
the undersil-necd. a Staltclm nt -l i is (I .Ill in the
presribl d toriil verified by an Alliilavil to he filIed
theressith. FIailure o l any sclih person (to file and
sere a statement of his claim oltor hbeflore the s id
30th cub of April. A.I).. 1974 will ()opIrte as a bhar
(to suitch clailn.

lIated the 21st day of Murch A.I).. 1974

K-NDAL NO"TIA(; &('O.
\tlornc'ys lor the Petitioner
C('hanlbe rs
Kipg's Court
250 Bay Strc-'t
Nassau. Bahi' la1s.


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The Tribune - Friday, March 29, 19 /4


RI (. I o\T el li.iienC t
High's I lnd.i \oodside clears
thie bar at 5 It ins to w in
lie evntl in the senior girls
dis sion \eslerda .
BI l.O\V Laerne Jackman
of C C Sweeiini breaks the
tape lirst to quality, for the
senior girls 400 metres She
came second in hlie finals.

I / P \ ( \/
t i ( ,/i1\


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'1
a


Moss helps SAC nose




_,,q. A.i out in front


11 \RI) WORK)RK idsdtriuncnital
tI nol'od\ \inl haid \% oik i,
Slii' c c ic lii h i il
.\/l' llltll1i' (I 'illee'c' s" lUis Css'
11i tlhe\ pro\ci l di ,iril uip
to pr .ss I i h l ,i li Ihr point
l p dst plaice icd C c %vi
(; e\'rni ent Ii ligh Schoi l i11
I th e int I -.>< holk sI I .n l
ur.tck and Iicld ii'cI l
S\V e t i\ good
>o p* c r It n I i ll n t
St 11 d t s o in orn :1 t
at ll t li t caI s ""i tii I i irn
i,' ust li a p tl ali!' oni lhi ir
good and colmipclil iC r'aturi'.
Itonc th' m upi]. l i' t ling i 1out
i er ,ind thc\ i oI t li e' :
t' I \ l lll 1 1 HL' \ h 1 t 1 '
LO .'nndimg h Juinps in ttir itm
S li r d i\ r.'sions iplt iri si' .'
lirsls tour w\ omlds ,linit inl
i ll J l \ lit nlll]g p! '' T l f c
othci r olht'h poe sit ih p ) s ;.! ,t
grand total of 101
Si Jlhn's (Collce' is thi id
\\ it it :. ( Ss sr lii Ili i
touri th \ ith : ,ii u!
('iC le c tilt i tt h 5'I pt inr is
S r (' rcated qt]lil' a
trn il i': wh'n llti'\ did ln o
s'ni' th iu hi sighc'r Icth t :teli\



\ i' \\ ouiIld t ,\i hI' ad tIt ut til
'l st \t c k iI l .1 h.ull t i t
l ninlll \h h ii \\o'Ic iiir 'td \\c
co uld it no .ilt or ." iit n \

lio h g ip pr i
\ innt iL'rs w rt' ti ill undiciii tlrdC .
"it \wc i t o t ji in thin s milr r .
lit 'll nrM \t ir I thllnk 11 ri ll


By GLADSTONE THURSTON

should be surprised if we come
down here and win ever' event
becl'.iuse everN body we have
,iltl the e c'eptionll of senior
erl I)Denise \1oss will bec
return n ing
We' have a very powerful
mittnor division coming uip ands,
ouil athletes are very promising
n ornl\l in track and field bliu
inI othcil sports as well "
lIos lettl S AC( w ilt tswo
lirts a 1' 4" loss in the
shot putt iand j 'i4" throw
in tihe disi us
While Ivalr w i\\eten thi'
hitee topl schools N A C.
I1 S an Ii S l Johnl's'
1 1 n I I 1 1es tC Io i r w c
( '.S\wcl g IliIh and Queenll' 's
('C lleg'C have surprisingly rcpt
quietly into contention
In twuo scars Sweeting Iligh
hale c.oire a long wai\ Coach
1 n1 G(iTant attributed that to
his dedicated athletic staftl
IF Ireemani Johnson, Peter
I hoinipson, Da (e Green. Mars
nrindli and Ila/el Smith to
rTnamiri' a lewt
1 hci li av e d c dlcate d
th0111sel'V s lnot tO Jlist stl'ay in
, hool 0 1 0 111 ) o'clock to 3
o rock butl on until even 7
c'rosk in lhe evening sJhowing
a'irest and affection lor the
kid:' Griant said.
I h s lear C C Sweeting did
no I C n l i Ct .11nior Iteain.
I nsIt ,i d. Ihe \ wen 1t with
I ristrinediale aind seniors i heir
it'llorts li.'\ ri utilhl l thiir one


first, three seconds and eight
thirds among other places
"'Unity in the entire school,"
is the secret said (;rant
"Athletics at Sweeting Iligh is
promising. I feel that it is just a
matter of litime before we are
the number tone school in ilhee
('Commonwealth "
Queen's showed their worth
in the rela s invitational meel
It is just that the l finally got
some good athletes together,
coach Jim Banks explained
"They co-operate very well Ihis
year." he said "Moreover we
have some very good iuniors
coming up
Competition so far lhas been
keen and until the final event,
no team \was quite sure l their
posit ion."
I he following are the results
o! finals up to press Ilime
110 i hurdles D1) la% lies
(; I.S. I I., Iluinmes S A (..
A Smith A'C Iti hos Si00ni
P. Bonehe C ('I 1; 2 l 7 11
Chapman II.ON S Stuibbs
S A.C.: inter bovs 80011 in \
Arnibristcr CC(' S 2 3 4; Snr
boys 800mi I'. Ihomas S A.C.
- 2.5. G ('artwright C' ('S K
Cartwright S.J C.. ir boys
discus MI hIaIlna G II S 121'
9"'. P Pennerman S.A.(' P.
Beney C'.1G.: snr girl shot
D. Moss S AC 31' 4". B
Fisher St Anne's, J Miller
C.C.S.: jr. girls high jump I)
Reckley St.'C. 4' "., M1
Woodside S A.C, L. Morley
('.H.R.; jr. boys long jump
M1 Nottage C I.R and K.
Clarke D W.D. tied at 17' 5':",
G Dorsett S J.C sr. boys
discus A. Bullard (; 11.S
105' 6". 1- Brown QC. B
cooperr C C S., ijr bros ,hit
putt D Williamis S A.nne s
39' 6 '2 J. 1 M iulhngs S.J S.
Pinder (. .S. S snr. girls discus
U Moss S.A(C 4'" 9,". 1)
Mlortimrer (. S Z. Sluhlb.,
P W ti.: inter girls hi ju p D.
Lightbourne L W.Y. 4' 4", P
Bourne S J.C., S. Addcrley
Q.tC.; snr boys long jump L
Johnson (; 11S 21' 3", J.
Rolle P W I1 A. Newton
C C S inter boys long jump
S. Hanna S.J C. 19' 1 ", M.
Robinson St Anne's and S.
Isalici A \ C' lied: sntir girls hi
liutiinp I Woodside (;.t S 5'
V Rcskley RMB, A. Mic-
Kinney (.( S inter girls shot
putt I Mackey (.11 S 30'
3'", \ iMcKen/ie RMB. C'
)Darling C C' S jr. boys 400 h i
B Russell S.A C 55 6. K.
Ward QC. L (-reascs St
Anne's: inter hbos 400 in J
Butler PW.II 53 8, 1F )aDames
S A C I. Nichols C.C.S-. inter
girls 400 ini S Ferguson St.
Anne's 0o3 2, P. Bourne SJC ,
1 Why ly t C S snr boys 400)
in W. Ihompson Q C. 51.8. 1).
Ila nes (..I S I Bain A F.A :
snr girls 400 m L Woodside
( II.S 6 3.4, L Jackman
CCS Y. Smith A F A.: jr.
girls 50 in M (Grant S.A.C.
7 0, Y Sturrup A.F A. F.
(;reen 11O. N.: 3000m tr boys
Johnson C..I., L. Rose
G.IL.S Fernander II.0.N.,
3000 mni inter boys M. Cooper
S.AC' 10:21.0, P. Kemp St.
Anne's, A Stuart P.W.[1.: 3000
m snr boys K. Cartwright
S.J C 10:21 .7, (; Miller
P.W.H.. L. Munroe (;.II.S
4xlO0 jr. boys C.IlS. 49 2,
Q C'.. D.W.I) :4x100 inter boys
SAC. 45 7, P.W.II ., ('C.CS.:
4x100 snr boys (.IH S.
S.J ., '. (' S.


SCOTLAND LOSE

FRANKFURT West
Germany defeated Scotland
2-1 ianan international soccer
exhibition contest between
world cup contenders before a
capacity crowd of 62,000


GOLF CHANGE


THE DATES for the South
Ocean International Pro-Arn
tournament have been changed
from November 18-23 to
November 25-30 at the South
Ocean Golf course.


GATES OPEN 1.30a.m.

POST TIME 1.15p.m.
VRllY IIESHlY ANI SAIURAY



NAilR OllllES 1st 8 21d RACES
ALSO IUINELLAS
GOVERNMENT SUPERVISED PARIMUTUEL
BETTING.
COMFORTABLE AIR CONDITIONED DINING
ROOM & BAR OVERLOOKING THE TRACK.


I


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I Ili BAHIAMAS might
have had a gold medal winner
in the Munich Olympics ift'
Gerald Tinker's father had
come back to Nassau after
the First World War.
But George Tinker, a
contemporary of Sir Etienne
Dupuch, settled in Miami and
never came home.
In Munich in September
1972, Mr. Tinker's second
eldest son, Gerald, won a gold
medal for the United States
in the 4xl00 metre relay
event, setting a new world
record that still stands.
Gerald has been in Nassau
for the past couple of days
looking up some friends.
mainly Bahamian Olympic
athletes he met in Munich.
But today, Gerald. 23, is
retired from track and field
where he has left his mark
not only on the Olympic
scene but also at Kent State
University where he is the
varsity record holder in the
100 and 200 metre events
and where in 1972 he tied the


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flight before being blocked by'
immigration officials on orders
from lihe Vene/etclant Minister
of the I rcasury
I oremian stood impassively
as thie authorities argued with
his party As a friend watched
the scene, hec suggested to
Forenian that telt' champion
has mlor e trouble ott tf the
ring than in it. oreitran just
smiled, but remained silent.
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hotel but couldn't get back in,
then went to the LU S
Embassy, seeking help
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said "The king and his court
are being held for ransom."


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Crusher Road, P 0 Box N522. Nassau. N P is appli,,jq to
the Minister responsible lorNational tv anid Citi/'rship, f" r
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamias, and that ani
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days front the 29th day of
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pretty impressive.
In 1969, while a treshlinan
at Memphis State he won the
100 yard dash in an
impressive 9.4 sees and also
set a record in the 50 yard
dash.
When he won a scholarship
to Kent State, Gerald went
on making his mark and in
1972 tied the world record
for the 100 yards in 9.1
seconds and the 200 yards inii
20.6 secs.
Last year he set a new
NCAA record for the 60 yard
dash 5.9 seconds.
At the Munich Olympics
tinker ran the third leg in the
4xl00 metre relay squad for
the US team. Running with
Eddie Hart, Robert Tavylor
and his cousin, Larry Black,
Gerald Tinker brought home
a gold medal to crown hrs
achievements. The team's
record time was 38.19, which
equals the world and Olympic
record set by another US
team in the Mexico Olympics
in 1968.


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world record for the 100 yard
dash in a fabulous 9.1
seconds.
Today Gerald, a husky,
good looking man, is a rookie
pro footballer with the
Atlanta Falcons where he
plays :is wide receiver and
kick-off specialist.
His track and field
performances have been


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