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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: March 30, 1974
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VOL. LXXI, No. 108


Saturday, March 30, 1974


Price: 20 Cents


Fired for writing letter to The Tribune?


AN EMPLOYEE of the Frti'*rt Holiday Inn has
been fired for writing a letter tjy he Tribune.
In h. letter Thursday. ,": Joiin 1 7. RAcr
described :. alleged victimizationn by certain executive
officers of the hotel which resulted in his demotion
from personal director to warehouse associate
supervisor.
Mr. Roki .'oltJ The Tribune by phone yesterday
that he was en notice of dismissal at 2 p.m. when
resident innkeeper Horace Bullard handed him an
unsigned memo `'om the management department
terminating his % 'oyment.
He said lie was told that general manager Max
Matter was not pleased with his action.


Mr. Ro!ber has made it perfectly clear however,
that he does not intend to accept the hotel's action
uncomplainingly.
"I intend to report the matter to the Ministry of
Labour," he said.
According to his letter, Mr. Roker was a former
civil servant who had worked in the Labour
Department for several years before being hired as
personnel director by Holiday Inn in July 1973.
On November 4 last year. lie was handed an
undated letter of termination signed by Mr. Bullard,
he said. When the matter was taken up with the
Labour Department, Mr. Bullard told the deputy
C.I.O. thaI Mr. Roker was being dismissed because


the hotel no longer needed a personnel director. Mr.
Roker claimed in his letter.
Mr. Roker then charged in his letter that he was
persecuted by police at the instigation ol Mr. Bullard.
After almost two months, he continued, the
deputy C.I.O. ruled that his employment had been
terminated without just cause, the action having been
taken after Mr. Roker sent a memo to all department
heads suggesting they re-examine their policy on
hiring staff and try to hire as many Bahamians
wherever possible.
While still on the Holiday Inn staff ',; a result of
the Labour Ministry's ruling, Mr. Roker said many of
his employment agreement privileges have been
reduced.


CHIEF JUSTICE, Mr.
Leonard J. Knowles shown 1l
addressing the National on serve what is
Youth Congress last night.


Bahalmasair








vote' work-tF



By ICKI KFL.I Y
i \ 11 A \1 \ S A I R thtt lhie aiiline board tl t Mr Healey's split t\it tie N ea
SdS)1Cc'COTs BahdiaiatSa Ir board I ir portled
P I I () s h It L tl i itr .aiw lia x it t lthie c urse to have been ovei the l ac I hk it
SWO k i t t i c slti\ l o\\I di if negotiations i t int e t tclused funds to operate ith, .tltmitne A
this, miltor illi ,ltt'r voting .in )ol r b y the ssoc 'i tion, pi)perl Bl\
t .ll i lm t Is!\ tr \\ il h drt l ,ll\ !n d (Io ; al 1 t h e ir iIe n e o l \ sh o rta g e )o c asl l i, .ils ,ok p ro
I l i c d l(ii i ll ;,i'lt BI.\ I' rI tough the tli M stel hid Ihe Boita d's Itlu t al i to I
S 0 cral'I, lu* 1 fr l n mu 0 <, l [ \vere lh '1e *,e tlk' wi[h the pihtt Ih 1 c*
oIt t d N1 Nm t rV he I, a I C rd la l ti hat Bit i \ [_hP o illd N i l t
VWtlloll ,V l r \ I" 1Z1/A IV0\ until the conpan ins an1 l Pro
lie pilots dN cioI, ca-,t,'it li1eoni
l ihe Ipil I on the ci l rc numstaln ccom ionicallt va.iable pos.itionll
last night a a IIe tin- of t hie th forc, th pilot feel t he con
Bahatllla Isli l And 1 is lBo aId' l i h i I.( i no1', o, t tiale the pilots filed notlicce ol a B
As so ciation ( BIALI'A ), r)A C, t I tIIhe 1atUr C toI th dl', ipute with BahdIamIastIr on .the
fdolhtiwed tlhli chargile hiat dle proceedings, the pilot s u landed Ma lIch 1l are
II ni, nagt" l eloi l lo it halt lasir At last night ', meet 1 t2' I il was Ihe pilots vie\ s wilh griav 1e 1 7
had 'uleid i l ie ialc iit.l0 titio d brl tughl tout iatl at pilot la') cConcernt l aly attei ptsN h i the 'Cnl
l t:. 0t1 aIl a ept.i ble w g -c e .n ii ri e -t ,1 : d wi it h I to)mipani\ to coerce ttle pilots
ar. oinelit w.t i it the cot'p i' ; i ion 1. ir t l'. ng I nto accepting g their I!ntinunum Bah
S Id,'>s., .i, I hired i fe ri gs conce rn! ing I ,' .hat
v i,1ih l, t ml et w Iti1 iegt ilatons contract, e.pe iali whien it.,s to g
management Illon WeLdnesday dictates affect tliei decision, mal
when Labour Minister (Clifford I 'ROBII-MS regarding the safet' oi) re\c.
Darling presided o\er ihe talks-, .ess than a year old, passengers and thle aircraft, scale
Mr Murra l Iaw. re'tield ANi llaliamasail has been plagued BIAI.PA declared a BI
(anada ianlager here. is acting wih i problems from ithe start. Although paid below L S I
as negotiator for fortahamasair T'hest' have been aggravated by standards. ltie pihots ad \sed
A stale ent turti i I\ I' N ,A s .lati ng fuel costs. Ialtier the icolttmpltnit -,cdn esda flit, slo
todat ac is.'d it I aw oII It hi ,s monti' h the companyll 's were prepared to accept the Bah
acting arbttlrall in icIecting general Manager Max lealey 1970 pa.i scale ow Bah na,,
Ct'ital oll s tirol I C the pilo) ts departed water less than nine Airwa s and () i IslanI d a
w without prior consuitlation mllonths onl the job. A\irwa\ s tor i. pe i od of two allr


Y


Bahamian is new


BCB manager

BAHA MIA B-ORN (;Iodtre t llerbet It dred Roberts hlas been
appointed iaiuteagr ,ot B hali ais Cot m onl i ealtutiiaih Bank Li itedd


I 11 -C a1 n11tl o0 u1 itLCe 11 lt' a -a
made tiN', week b tilhe Board
of Directors of the bank
InI a statement issued at ihe
tieii, the Boaid noted "We art'
ex treinel pleased that iMr
Roberts hIas accepted thL- ispost
I e p o )s o e s a wide
t a k go I tund oi fl bank ing
experince combined with ai
thorough k knowledge aind
understanding of lthe Bahamian
t) using ess sector We look
forward Io tithier expainsionl
of BCB' role iIn t he
community under 1i i Robert's
gutiidance."
Born at Green Iiurlle a('a ,
Abaco, in 1)34 Mr Roberts is
the elteslt suon of MI Richard
IHerbert Roberts, owner ol
I Holt e I urlnittliet omlllpalli, aiild
of Mrs. Roberts
After attending Queen's
College iiI Nassau trom I l14'2 to
1 l51 he iloned thie st.al of tIhe
Royal Bank o! ('.anada, later
serving as acctounint at their
Palndale andi Ba\ and Vitioria
branches In 1t4 lie ltopened
I hce Ro\ual's ,Ca tian Islantds
branch, returning to NassauL
shortly afterwards to becomeie
associated with I \ a rotus
business enterprises
Mi. Roberts went back to
banking in I198 and in 119()
he was appointed manager of
the Wulfft Road branch of The
Bank of Nuo\a Scotia, which
position lie held until he
resigned earlier this month to
join Bahama, Commnuonwealth


F PROIECIOR lips
DO'S & DON'T FOR
YOUR PROJECTOR
00 keep the lens and film gate
clean In movie protectors. (dirt
and grit can cause scratches).
DON'T use a movie reel that is
bent, nicked or burred. Buy a
new one and save your film.
% o - 11


Bank
"I think this is a challenging
opportunity to broaden BCB's
scivices to the general public
anid the business community in
part icula ." M' r. Roberts
coliilenited. "I intend to exert
'eve r effort to attract newt
business to the bank while
consolidating and, where
possible, improving our services
to existing customers."
Bahiamas Co( inmonwealth
Bank iwas establislied just


under eighteen months ago.
I lie bank's directors stated
that under Mr. Roberts'
management new programmers
will be effected to provide
additional services tailored to
accommodate the banking
needs of the owners of large
and mediiuml sized local
businesses and, in another area,
t o promote interest among
Bahamians in the establishment
of savings accounts and time
deposit accounts.
A resident of South Beach
Acres, Mr. Roberts is married
to the former Melvian Regina
Roberts, and the couple have
two sons and two daughters.
lie lists his hobbies as
softball, baseball, bowling and
outboard motor boat racing.
Mr. Roberts succeeds Mr.
David Lunn who resigned last
month.


Haitian

group is


forced


to leave

THE 24-MEMBER Haitian
Samba Creole group left
Nassau yesterday after the
Immigration Department
refused to consider ani
extension of their permit to
perform here.
The group, which had
entered the country on
one-way tickets, hlad their
return air passage paid for by
.r I)udl// i 'Sin i who. they
allege, refused to meet his
financial commitment to
them.
The group's leader Camille
Cesar has remained in Nassau
to see what legal action is
open to the performers.
The group came to The
Tribune with their story
Monday after being told by
Immigration to leave the
country by Friday.
Mr. Leslie Fox, who
operates the Club Golden
Isles on Carmichael Road,
called the following day to
offer his club's facilities free
of charge to the Haitians if
Immigration approval to
remain could be obtained.
Immigration refused to
consider an extension and the
performers were forced to
leave.
Mr. Cesar has reported the
matter to C.I.D. but was told
he would have to take civil
action through the courts.

BUSH FIRE
I'OLICF' report one bush fire
this morning at 9 50 a.m. at
-Carmichael and Blue Iill Road.
The fire is believed to be the
same fire extinguished
yesterday, but which
apparently rekindled itself.


pilots


o-rule'


rs.
('ON('ISSI()\S
Xund as a further coeissiont
LPA is prepared to forego
vision o a Plrovident I und
at least a -year.

'nder terms ot BAL.'s
evident lFIund. the pilots
tribute 5 per cent and the
ipany 10 per centt
i' agreeing to do without
Provident Fulnd. tthe pilots
in effect agreeing to BAL's
t0 pay. scale'.s tItnuLIs 10 per

We are prepared to help
amasair for two years but
t is as tar .t- we are willing
go If this offer is refused by,
nageni ent then we will
'rt to demanding 'U.S. pay
es and conditions of work."
IAI.A spokesman said
hlie effect of the pilots'
ork to rule" tma\ w-ed
iwt down already delayed
lamasair flights
I lie pilots will demand that
regulations governing flight,,


are eilc t b h c 10 1 ,il l\ dl J I I, aTJ
leaves the itloui t d

Flamingo

refused
FLAMINGO Airlines has
been refused a permit to
operate a twice weekly
service between Freeport
Nassau Inagua Turks and
Caicos Islands and Haiti.
The application was turned
down at a recent: meeting of
the Air Transport Licensing
Authority, "haired by Bruce
Braynen. St. Agnes M.P.
Flamingo presently
operates a twice weekly
service to and from Haiti.

Sabena coming
[lHi BI-I (;1 "\' flag carrier
SABI'N.A ha s been granted .\it
I transport Licensing Authloilt\
approval to operate a once
week I scrv-ice betswccn
Brussels anId Nassau. with th!.'
flight continuing to M\kcu,
thel back to NLassau and on i<
Brussels


South Beach Cabana


manager refutes



Haitian group's story

Mr I.d. Dudley Sawyer. manager ot the South Beach Cabar ,
today refuted the allegations of a iHaitian group's promoter th i
he had not been paid for the Sainha Creole's performances at th..


club
And while he admitted the
general content of a news store)
carried hi the Tribune oni
\ondai. h headlined "Stranded
I- ol k (; group in Paii ment'
Storin",. NIr. Sawyer gave a
dltterent in terpretation out

\1r Sawyer said that it was
agreed thie group would appeal
at thie Ca(ban' owned bt Mrs
( reia Ithonipson Ford, front
Fleb 28 to March 4, and "that
each of tus would bear own
e \ e n,,ses in cO n ectionr
therewith, sharing the net
proceeds equally
lhe manager admiIttCd that
Cam inlle Cesar ,the group's
promoter, paid him 5 .11000 toi
the cost ol work periutts for 22
perforint,'rs.- And he alsoI
admitted Mr. Cesar advanced
the stinsm fl S,1.700 on March I
to help defray expenses l or ir
preparing the Cabana lot
p e r l o r i rma n c e s, and t or
advertising.
But he said that the group
never arrived for the Feb. 28
opening night, but a day later
and a one-day extension was
sought and obtained from
immigration authorities

Mr Sawyer claims,, that an
ext ra three persons arrived
with the group a cook, a
cashier and manager. A further
permit had to be obtained for
the manager, said Mr.
Sawyer The group put on
performances as agreed, and,
continued Mr. Sawyer in his
prepared statement, "when Mr.
Cesar and I met on the
morning of Tuesday, March 5,


I reported the gro,,s po. ci..
totalled 5,458 35 and not,
$15.000 as alleged."
I'he manager claimed lthl.l
on the final nig t Oi th"i
performance thlie group kepht'
the audience waiting ltoi tlh e
hours and Mr. Cesar ttfit'ld fIt
let the group peitin It n til li hl
had been paid Sti.Ott \bout
the cheque. Mi lSai i ilil ,
that although hie gac i to Nir
(esar it was agreed bIetweeni
them "'II w would not hc
presented lor pai) llctll uniil
sttlicient tlundst' had been
Sealised I tIro the e letnded
ellgage iIent t o i ti\ iI
addedd Nir Saw\ic. ('s.al w\as
intoillmed and a cepted lhe lt
thai there \\ a is nu t x il icil
ftInds i llthe acco ati l l ,itf l ie
l l' i to nle t thlie cth lioie'
1 the t oiloi in'tg di \ t
SAit, er c ai lsla t 11 wC nl 1 1 lie
Ro al Bank ot Canada at Ba\
an d V i L to ria w' lhe i I
withdrew\ and paid to himn
('Cesar) the sum tiol S2.3"0 \VWe
then ennt to the Cabana and I
paid him a further sutim ol
S 1.155."
Mr. Saw yer ends hi I
tour-page statement by salt inlg
I lat ill spite of considerable
efforts on his part "I have been
unable to get the permission ol
the n i g rat ion Dept to
extend the group's booking at
the Cabana. Accordingly I have
purchased one-way tickets for
the group to Port-au-Prince.
Haiti and have offered these
together with the agreed
balance of monies held by me
to Mr. Cesar who has refused
to accept the same."


Putting


afoot


the new


Bahamian



fu ll. ill\ ih 'len i lll.l- ;i 1" t I
6l le I i IlL'led as aiut io
" ctd t cli t I ct, il si d N llad\ s
, ii I\ i n litc 1 iii Iht ait th I
il i a l 'i 1 i ill ('olu i ress' h t li u s
i tilt uNl i.t I t i il ii'Isli
"h ) i ltI, l ,' l a s e nt '

I\hiii \,ciltn ,iiltd pilornties aI,
ol \hjla t the\ ,sho()It I ld b e ,i 1
oiti I t Illo l," s the ,tsl d

v liu i i' rs, c l\eC s tilC t ci w ill h e
itt ,n t ni \ s puit' iine which is
lell'ected I1 oiu i clatih ships.
iu lti ss.\ \it' iunec t sit nations.
tlhe ,l \ \IcI li .i t h lle' is, tl he
\\%LI\ \% \\,ti' 1 r 1 h le ,eated, and
.i ),l e all in ou()i abilI t\ 1
.i i.fi' l t) i ifI t'-. i \ ti t o Ill
j i l tiles and ti sli tcitntgt ,s Is
i. pi l ic ite r act s ptilng
(i i -li \1 i-,s, B hoi saiuId.
C"\e ill Ihli !.it ul m e i t o
a I 1 .i 11tl i l i "d( iop-outs" alnd
ithe .i'e i N i f l ou 1 o ittlit\ anti
ol ;''. s t< e ili rufon tsc. \"i'
\it'' en \ ,i toilt I protect (ou i
I [ li l \ \\ IIll t n s it

,hildrt n's i..oe\Mlm We will then
,m dt lii- t t Ni il xl le i' i l i
', ,! l t !. \\ e \ill ieall\ u .le t

S1 u. I ', ii i i I ,ll th t isl

%I1, l t. M litM B 1itn


1 pie n ni t men1 in
iili.iiinut So iel N 1


IT\t R \l. sr\;ces for M!
(itl R R usIsell s ipitured) \ ill
Ie I ild iat 4 111 iom o iorro\w .It
I n tli\ L.Methodist ( church I lit
k 'c\ I 'et r Si ,Iingl hurst il \ ill

Ih ie odi \ ill i'he rI'natled
.id tlic .t Ihes w it l Ie interr dl
in I net/c; (eietell .
M1t Rus-el. 5]. died ,Il tth
P int ess .rg.tiiel l olpi ilal
Ih li s Id.i n igh tl follow ng al ,r
.i d 1 n t 'an I( ,i I hhael R oad .
I ai li 241



Two boats

rescued

1; \SR \ ICeserda\ eeCningg
lo lcd Ni Sxainidei- oni i boaldt
I lI "c-Sea I ccr" 40 m miles
soutthieait olutimnini t lbishlng
ho.il necar)h\ towcd the "Sea
i'etcr" to the S\ iIla bea'.on
\1t S lenders' latlier at Bimiuni
is',, aiked to pick hii n t up lioitI
theiit

BASRA also report,, a 211.
adq tI sp o r t boat I lie
Incredibl" oe i a trip tromn
Bimini to (it HIarbour Ca\ ran
out ot fuel 25 miles west of G(t.
Harbour C('a about 6.30 p.m.
yesterday. Mr Ilecior Knowles
was on board and he was
picked up this morning by
people from i Gt. Harbour Cay.


good' CJ tells




Youth Congress

tlI 1 -F J['ST( l'- I conard Knowles told the National > ,
( uItLic',s lii l ti ehlu la lcH B' alaliaNi ., ei i ietisone0 vs lI It! I-


it in tlihe ext n 5 tito 20( \cis.
I'tit T t- I' I ttIiiI1- pci !)IC
I1 a \ O l. nl l i ')tl nn I Ile
challenging lact is thai \ot u 1 l an
make this country what \ lto
want it I to be." Mr KnowleC
told the ltIst annual general
S dnIt.ieon of oulh orkan-
fiations at the (;artunkel
uditornullin
S e sad lthai t n aIIlnl i n Ill s
a d ence iwere d"Icest incd 1.

perhIaps e tNen a Prine
\ inist rt or a (hileI Jultic
uti lhatl I while \ oulth a1 aI
time lo i dileaCl a ld !or trinI
to change tihe order l t ing,'
0our bi I ebt sIhoutld be ,e
conserve that whcih is good in
tihe e ,stabl sh mie n I wh lile
rejecting that which iC evil "
I tihe ('hie! Justice suggested
tire areas where hic fetl the
Bahamias could fe proLid ol
it' sel aind where r;dii at changes
wcrc not necessa' .
(;00) THIlINGS
I irsl ol ai: le said fI lVre was,
ouLt Parhmlia entry system.
.\s result o t this s. stem
we aie governed tod:t hb\ a
(; over nm ent Iw h i un -
d()ubtedly represents thec
in aori l of ithe Bahamian
people .As idi\ ideals \ou mal
ntot support the ( ovternmnt toi
M11r Pindhlng, but b ou ) ut
adnil that this what Baham ianll
people want You ina no1l like
11r Pindling personally but it is
undeniable that he is the ;iosi
popular person in the l B,hanimas
torda.'i' e siaid.
lie stressed that ou-i s it ei
wiss .a deimlocratic tti le i ,i I lie
people had the go\ eriiILe'Ilt
which they wanstedt", ie
remarkable thing iN hia ihs
has happened despite the
opposition ot the onil\ two
newspapers which h lia an\
impact upon public, opinion
These newspapers hati nei\e
lost ain opportunity o poinitIn!
out the ;:c I i l akeN s o the'
(i.o\ -lernmen It tI wl ulh i tl .'eIC
have been -c tixal DIcs ii lti
the isns, oi ie tlt li'e people il
I l ( 1 1 n d 1 .' d
O\t cr ll t e ig \ th o\ 11

wea 'i l< < ittced \li k'. ,'al
1 hr l c'.i; n 'd law \ c ,lso

aItcolid to tiN ;I c nli' ,l t, ,toild
oW law ,s hasi 'Cd ,on I np lish
law \\ ,ihih hlas nt'l el ihCeen
surpasowr d
h And \. hil the ('Cli L 'is ,
ad ll I l ed that ilut iud ial
tes hslitd itsl b aky sings-, ,I
the hole i w ork -, w .'I l() ,'
setrIou de'ect he m npt!.' t ao l
\.as lt e lack op t leg l ad e ltoi




we enilo \. which was k p t
diieI C d to 1, s b1 tI e co t ,,t tl lio .
I: RFl IDOM
'1 r e doIn ot speech .
trecdonm ot religion, freedom
ol the press, .and so on. You
and I can worship exactly as
we please, wve can express our
opinions as we like within
reason. Our newspaper s cat
publish whatever the\ wish so
long as the\ do not transgress
the law
Mr Knowles then amplified

referred a few moments ago to
the opposition of the two
leading newspapers to the
Government. This has been
going on over a period of years.

think this would be allowed? It
exists in Britain, bhlt not in
Russia and many other


I tIropca i i ) t ltr .s A IIk'
\ atrcrgat c I dIn't think ,i
Should he allowed in the I'nited
St ate- "
B13 I) li \tS
1 r Kno.wles aid that this
a.s II all on il ti' plus side. hut
then ic I,,ted s mile areas where
t here wais much room tor
change and itpiovetWcint.
I d to at .on i. tar hoiln what
II Nso, ldt h,.' liIC sN id '\Ii e aire
)tellter ,>t llt aH sti'me oUiitit le,,
1 1" h Il I I '- p i s r 1e li t
Itn ii Ar d "itli .1 i .'im \ like
bri- t ain w e 11. literate
nation
R L et rring to a recent
newspaper report that said thie
Bahamias was, on c the -richL'st
S II]'tr ins i l ti i i t erpll e.
l \I 1i 1 nl er It l ,i111 k si' of
$2..40(i per ca', Mr Knot ,Ics
oilmn!ieiit'd "\'e iiwh() ilve hel t
know Ill,'1t ti \ wealth )1 tile
.oi ntri is it the 'I an.)', d I
.oini. rati\t.'l tewI .'iol'e a'd
t h i t t h r le t ,. t l h i s e i d ,s \ \ ,t "
Ii\e bclo'. thet po ert\ li;
\I K n ow al, :s i e c'w J t(
the ld rl\ iian .- whom lriid
a dai, stuiggl to k.,''p h d;
a. d '-o 1t J tOgetllh i li ing inll
lihoe's weI t the\ aret not
,a In tied and not knowing
w'hi- r ti't nhe ne;\t al aI cotiing

lie snd a.s l iriiarn ot the
1t nd 'aisiiii o)lllll tti e ic or the
'ersis, Roidgers Home for the
A \ged. h had noticed the
ICesposie Iroin the public had
been "; moist disappointing.
With a tew exceptions, the
onl se/cable contributions
catic oin u non-Bahamians."
Said 'I-r IVnowles: "O)ne
B a t mi a n a i ultti-millionaire,
lauded hbI ltie newspapers lFor
his public spiritedness, sent me
a cheque Ltor S25 lrom himself
alnd his wile enough to bhut a
tcw cement blocks, when iwe
tineed a million dollars to cope
wiith the problem adi'qualely "
l oiuchiPl olthei arcas which
Tm c "a :it'w ilotls on our lair
.,.tr.' \! l know les cited
S1 'L e \. ti ii\'. alcoholism
and drile's is ,ii'is. \\isere nmit ch
needed \oik or :i tpro\ inent

\N ld lend d hi-. bc' C inilI ng
til \,1i; h 1 l the 3Balhainas lnot
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FORD LASHES

ELECTION TEAM


( hIIt ( ) O i e
Pre idenit Gera Id Fo:rd
described the C(ommittee to
Re elect the President as 'anl
arrogant, elite guard of
political adolescents" and
said nAmericans Ililist never
again perni s!uchi a groip to
di t ate Ihe te ris o-f a
national election
Ford told more than I 000
midwest Republicans that the
party has "learned one great
lesson t!roin Watergate and
that is that our regular party
O irg li/;itin l ii must be the
vehicle ir t Lf lilnur elections.
elect ions.
'1I there are an more
chiques ofL ambitious amateurs
who want to run political
campaigns. I sav let the
Deumocratls ha tlihem next
tiiue hlie auid.
Hle opened his speech by


sava ig I was speciticallv
admonished before coming
that I shouldn't talk about
Wiatergate. but with some
prerogatives of my own, I'll
ignore those guidelines

Ile did not "ay who
delivered the admtonitioin.
hie said that the committee
which he referred to as
CREEP succeeded in its
stated purpose to re-elect
Nixon "although he miiht
ave done even better
without their help. I \P|


British Intelligence told me to kill IRA leader,


LONDON Kenneth
Litllejohn, convicted bank
robber and self-styled British
spy. claims he was as-,igned to
assassinate Sean MacStiotain
sihen MacStiofain was leader
of the provisional wing of the
Irish Republican Army.
Lit tlejohn, 32, who
escaped from Dublin's
Mountjoy Jail March 11, said
in a television interview that
he got the go-ahead from his
British Intelligence
"controller," a man he
identified as Douglas Smythe.
But Littlejohn complained
British Intelligence wals
"unprofessional and a bhit
sills ."


daims 'spy' Littlejohn


Speaking from a hotel
hideout in A msterdam.
Littlejohn claimed the\ gave
him the wrong address for
MacStiofain "that was how
good they were."
The plan was to grab
MacStiofain on his wsay to
Sunday mass, bundle himn
into a car and assassinate him
at a lonely spot in the
countryside. Then the body
was to have been blown to
bits in the car.


Looting, typhoid


fears in


flood aftermath


I 'B A RAO, Brazil
Soldiers patrolled for looting.
and doctors watched tfoi
pisiible typhoid outbreaks as
this coastal city began counting
its losses from devastating
floods that have swept nine
Braiilian states
I he re were nio official
p.Liionswide estimates oi the
dcath .Ii bhut the maior ot
I tlharai said as iany as 1. ()0()
'A l'i( dead in his city alone
t dietence officials gave Ithe
k ..ii toll as 42
\ ws papers estimated
nationwide damage to crops
anil livesttock at iup to S400
iii1ion thousands were leit
I'. -i e.,ss.
I lubharao. a cits ot 10( 1' ,,"
SiL southern Santa ('atarina
P rovince. suttffred Im ore
dainage than ans other area i.
the two weeks of torrential
rains that loosened mud aInd
swelled rivers Irom northwest
Bra/il to the southern coast.
I lie iit is O0 miles south ot
Rio de Janeiro
[ he rains stopped y esterdaI
ald authorittCs were confident
the flooding was over in must
oL the country But panic swas
reported in Boqueirao in the
northeastern Bra/ilian state of
(C..ira. where a daim brokeiand


sent water cascading into the
centre of t o n I w ent t
thousand residents \were left
homeless
In Tubarao. maltio IrmLito
S ieuerschuette. a phi sician.
ordered mass ilinnociilaion's
against typhoid te\er and .,aidl
the disease could reach the end
of its incubation penod and
break out this weekend
I he only drinking water in
the city was from the llitldd\
T iubarao Ri. '. an:d oI tLik al
I e a r c d i t Ih ia d b i C IL
con taminia ted by Ilotingi
carcasses of drowned caltic and
sCwage from b rokeni pipet.
I-'cuerschuette estna.ited that
.solne 15,000 caile lhad ticCi
killed.
A special military cominaind
"as set uip to e iforc a urtew
from 0080 p.m. tLo O.Ut) a.li
to prevent looting
ITubarao was said to he 70
per cent destroicd l here was.,
no electr ci t telephone
service or piped water
Piles. of nIIudd( rubt-ble
showed where houses had
stood. streets and railroad
tracks were ripped up. power
lines were down Land inud
covered eicr thing Ilih e area's
crops ol rice. ic. nII and
potatoes were a toll loss ( \P


Diplomat kidnap riddle


saLd PattcrsoniL was last seiIn at
the l S Conulate ini
licrI osillh. whlin he lelt wI ith
an 1 1 i lan
I lie c:ibass said a iansoml
note, apparently in Patterson's
haindwritig, was found it the
emilhassS doi.r two hliuiLs alter
PattI rson eitt I he embassy, at
10 50 a n
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New Industry


for Abaco?

M1 ARSII HIIARBO)UTR
ABACO A \el! oiit serecry
surrounds this -om, nityL At
a lii undisciSCed site a secret
process I f',r casting ctoi nrete
utility poles has been
developed b\ Marsh Haibour
Powei and light Co.. Ltd..
Some are nuw ready for
installation ill .i1 new main
feeder line to, sutppl\ ele,.tiiictv
12 Miles to the North ot
Dundus and MuiphI l) own.

Mr Phillip Ferrar. owner of
75,000 sharc, of Marsh
liarbour Iowei and Light says.
"We arce piriceCding with all
due haste

i 'isurc- iee a ,Iwater I ront
de\elilpinicnt, s-Ituated at Joe's
Creek pprotinateill 3 tiles
South I I l Ireasure C(a i s the
ultimate destination oL this
new line Leisure-L.ee Iid. has
agreed to contri uti.'
()(i.,0000.00 to the construction
of the new line Marsh Harbour
PL wer Iand LIight est iunates
comlpletioln h March 31st of
this \ear.

At a time when supplies are
limited, the new poles will be a
big boost tor Abacoi and the
l'amil% Islands 'I he will help
to hold down costs at a time of
high inflation in this industry

The utility line will bh
supplying electricity to a new
club house, a condominium, a
water supply system and
several homes already
completed at Joe's Creek. The
line will also stimulate new
development along this section
of the Great Abaco Highway
Paid Advertrisemen t


in est igat io n sa id l he
handwi written note \Ias two
pages long
"11t is doubtful there wouldJ
have been enough linme or
so n I c 11 1 to' I haI ve sp iritei.d
Patterson awas to a hideout,
tor Patlersoi, to have written
such a long liotc and then ior it
to hase been delivered back toi
the embassy in tw o hours and
10 milureics" the Mexican
investigative source said.


"After that British
Intelligence were going to
send a check to his wife every
month from Canada," said
Littlejohn. "The idea was to
pretend he had absconded
with IRA funds.'"
Littlejohn said he regretted
now that he had not killed
the IRA leader but apart
from being given the wrong
address he did not explain
why the alleged assassination
plot had not been carried out.


LABOUR

LAUNCHES

DEFENCE

REVIEW
LONDON Britain's
Labour government plans to
review overseas military
commitments in an effort to
cut defence costs. Defence
Secretary Roy Mason said.
The Secretary said the
review was aimed at saving
262 million pounds
S626.1 million and,
among other things, would
determine whether overseas
territories still justified a
British military presence.
'We shall have very much
in mind the decision taken
by the Labour government
in 1968 to withdraw all our
forces from southeast Asia,"
Mason told a Labour party
meeting in Barnsley,
Yorkshire.
"But during our period
out of office, the Con-
servative Government
entered into new defence
arrangements in southeast
Asia and we shall have to
take stock of these in
consultation with other
countriess"
Mason said the Labour
government "shall not take
an arbitarary decision and
t lihe review will be
conducted calmly and
rationally."
He added there would be
consultations with Britain's
allies if any major changes
were planned and that the
outcome of the review
would be announced later in
the year. IAP)

Bar bomb
Ill 1 FAST Two men were
killed in a Catholic-owned
suburban bar h\ a gas cylinder
boin lh e\ were trying to take
out siide the British Army
reported today ,
At least two other people
inidel (' Conway's Bar were
injured when the bonib went
oil I he bar, located in the
Belfast suburb of Greencastle
wvas heavily damaged. ( AP)


Littlejohn said he will
appeal to the International
Court of Human Rights in
Strasbourg because he claims
his crime was political and
extradition to Ireland illeg
With Littlejohn when h1
broke out of jail was hi
brother Keith. 27. who was
quickly recaptured. They
were serving 20 and 15 years
respectively for their part in a
$154.000 Dublin bank raid.
biggest in Irish history.


Most of the trial was held
in private because f
Littlejohn's assertion that he
was acting on orders tromn
British Intelligence ani
the bank raid was a bid i(,
discredit the IRA.
He claimed in the British
Broadcasting Corp. interview
lie carried out 12 robberir.
for the British secret service
and knew of four others tihe
had "totally cleared."
British officials hs
deiied that Littlejohn \s a
British agent though the%
admrit he was told ;,inv
infor' 'ion lie could gi
about the IPA would bt
useful. (API


APPLETON
nLUM


WASHINGTON L S
Secretary of State ilc ni1
Kissinger 'dai'e bheganl a second
round ol discussions with
Israeli IXtcnce M1nister Moshes
Dayan on how far Israel is
willing to) witlidraw from the
Golan Heights.
Da\an arrived at the State
Department with Israeli
Ambassador Simcnha Dinit iand
went quickly to Kissinger"r
seventh floor ottice
They had a thrcc-hour
conference .eslcrdas. Dayanu
brought along a map to outline
Israel's position.
When Kissinger returns Firom
a Mexican vacation hl e tiew
to Acapulco this Altcrnootl
he will receive a S\.rian mission
separately.
It is taken for granted that
Israel will yield most ii not .ill
ol the territory) it gained iro i
Syria last Octobice while
repulsing a joint attack Ib
Syria and Ig\pt
But the Syrians supported
by the Soviet Union. are
understood to he dciCiadilL .1
further withdrawal to inlIudc
land occupied dunnho the 19(,7
six-day war
'oday's meeting wVas
unusual inm that niLrnlall Israich
officials do not conduct ain
business on the Jewish
Sabbath.
Israeli-Syrian clasheli oi tlihe
(;olln Heights hi,u, hiccii goii LI
on almost daily I or nc.arl
three weeks, but observers in
Beirut say the battles hia\e
more political than nulitjai\
significance.


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:i'e exchanges oit tiri Li:c
hegan March 10 hate
int ) a tia.iia r pI atte n oI iI.IIIIl,
ail lerCy and tank k
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strikes oi lai gc .- ,
move11ciment. a.ithoiL tih L IL .:
offitcals tcn saI\ theln !:, .
on the Heightl are i id\ .
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EDITORIAL THE THING THAT WE WISHED


By I ill \\1 DIIUPUCtJ(
TH11 AM1 RI A\ people are tlie kindest in the world. I love
them But soetiltiels I think ihe\ are st.t'i in the head. They
tuine )up i1th lIhe daindces' lntions.
Ithi eltus'e to ascepti the fact that sint is SIN and there is only
one was toi dea wsithl ita
And h.it l t is Imltt and. il neceesat ... several .

1 li'\ W ir not executing any ibodsl ainmote because it isn' kind.
i doesn i !!,'t i a ii the man who was murdeied. Since he is
alh..id\ dead In i, p -t cehng.
the 'nun v, h l it i m i s entitled to stay on earth and utj,,
ie c.It i i I i ,c ,' hat'd and lodlie himi at tte public's expense
otI a le' ieais and then lie is set free to wreak his hate on anv
t01f1 titiate lasv-'lhtdlni'' citicein sli o M ay get in his way.
As i rest uli. ii ni lia' become faslhiona le ... it hardly\ makes

I'; ie t S Ih i-c i Ls n,,e a business s that carries the name
S"M ii c i , I i' 1 h i u tee a member of this "'fi ii"' will
ii''!h ttltt \ ifs ie' \'' ittli huei'\ iltim llhis caithi w thout you


It il ;: tlhl if the .ii eai c r ii ie in the U.S. is tax
'"MANIn-:. l)i ;i -. ,0 iiih|t out ni i this onie ... people go to prison
in th I S ': i pi\iti, Iai s i' I Uncl SaI Si st that lie miay be
n1 a p; h il-! i, ,it, m' i i! s i tav t eo ltoiigners who will
t k Utiiir it fw A il '- utin:is he i urns his head.
S. i; .-i, e .'-s t', bte etQcartded as far worse even than
Si,, t, slh '...i .i'f A idc;. 5 pericecit of whom have had
eit ,x&Ht-hai b ti" lineitt the' have reached the
itl *'ra i i, ilt i t-t'!isve.s tear that tllhe youth of todas
in \n t't! ;i. : ljs',iicd .is "the lost 'eneratitll'"

\ & oi y u, .; aii n, ii a new ilmmick.
lit i, i .i ,1 .\ 't!li ,i, s LiCi ti oottri tLia c s VOt iTi me n whto
!l \tl' it.i,! .1 i tii t c 'cs 'nit'lit" iin thtiii e'il\ lies .. and s, ttire
.,iC i i- i i! .i ilt I t en h istia tiolis otin ani decent.

i t" 1C I'. 'n.! v p ,1;ie;ilc !;Hilil i t onT TV in which these menll
it ,'i I. \ it, ,i il : ". MI e ', 1 to lind toul what makcs

I i-, .nl ih,.iiI -, r"," ien mnist lie helped. We W liiust try ito
iidi ',i i." ,'iii i i 'e and sy impathise u w th ithemn '
S : h; .i \ cot urts an\ litoic 1lie\
tit 'i-,i '. ._ i \ li' a ps\- chiatlist w ill studio tleir
D iPW-, i .'' ' ;' ,it Hi, tlft pt i lads. Ii is laimied lfiat a
i th i p rer!
5 .S * .. %.., \ cd!' inii tilc d ,(' lle IV O ne ,,
i; *, . n',i i i! ts. i i s i fiathsl.ria asba, s ish isked
,, ; ,!-. .-.,~;I ,t' I, noti i e t a sati' tac Lto i -,tA'Vei .
j.. ,i i lie has wile and

Sliw.'. hi iI,,m (.:'i.n.c..! t t. l, lcm e t m it liTe didn' T know


\ ., .., ,. do when cornered b\ a sex
cI !. I :lie :: i. d. l---k isi tlia the should talk saftly S to
t, : x i ;. ,!\ ivi w !i;it t ot a al. It hlie doesn't to away ...
,,-: if. h it ,,i,! t isisi tiit be iausc resistance might mean

ft 1 l i .1 i. i i .1 t .i;;i t a l 'l i decent w om an al lIsn't ."

1l ic e .,. w ent .:moc mcei W, n left in thie world .. and I
Qii ,I t A 'uld pi i i Ia th to pollution h\ a swx

Sti .':,, tVt!i 1ic ",w taking .1 course of training lor-
,elt d. i ... l it sc'x pei vei ts advise against this precaution
i :,. i t lh., i a po, little Nil i i th t hurt if she resists

Ii W iNs -, ;! ''t t,! in ll the pi t ih;al a womanly gave a sex
tLl W.... h t' is \\ lIii s t tll defnce' .. the


St'i. i li d igoodelis in tlhe national h.o\ nowi decided to
n,!oill\ c.u,,i. t nhuse Acn and make them heroes b btt oostig their
c'po i ti n.l itti'til cr'pmssi on IV,. a wonian needs to know
how o I'e tcl lieiself Iroii in al a ack h\ s sex trivert.
It hIas i 'e sueested that a knee in thie giCin would he
1., tl\. I lah not enough.
I k-,," d h.iln w".i', it n ., attack a mian on the miost
vuhlic!ithle 'i ,k ll i .s l,,b- d
1h)lic, e \ L '. nii 1 i ttlic \And 11l tIo liave elnought courage youi
can 1 it. li hi' in' ihui, lha i at would patalyse the strongest
i tIti 10 v sii iuiti iil A lie ai i i| i\ oiused tor attack before you
-.li a .c ,ii-,1 lh i i.don 'l ::*;',is ll Mlialk .

Ii tis bt cc 'il- t''-.,cdi imi i tune to lime that a sex oflender
sI 'll! le c a aici.id l!its a sineI and cetaain Cle for this

I lie oit l itil to\ itcd e \atie -.i, ipri, 'I ,..sti,ili.,'t lit! .t Ir xx d .i later lie w ithdrew his
> : S,';n',nic I'sti ht\c coititliced hiim that such ant
ti (hsi-.si.iru Jc -t slioihld not b e do|I to .1 poo)l toulg lllan who
s.,h uif it''t I,. .'lpts'\ed oi thie means 'ii \ w uhch ie can inflict' a
s, t i ai i .l c, x|e. ie ;,e 1 wot ani
\lit st. A, ; ,a\tcte tte l l in \\ h t to do' ;i ob of work itor
l hle;;iselv s

I ietd .in litdl sini g atii, e in a newspaper today that helps to
pt, eic n'i oi n l tl t lia t thies.e itc e iltrtican people must he
sol iii lii l h
I he Si itc i lhie a1icle aidvised stouiing people that sex control
devices a'e .i\ d ethitlible as tlhiey aret classified as medical
tacihll it '

I \i.;tiin\ is tal lii' ull knllds iof new forms in lthe wouId Ioday.
Sli he i 'rl h l1i :I s t'.t i dittit let tas been kidnapped by a
tcl 'ust eitoip h'.ilt lx e' tettanmdhr the a hie father spcnd uuionst
oi do l!i s lin ii<\hi'"ii.,- lice's Irod foi llhe poolt ol 'alhfornua.


H it I t ie.ll a icIIn ble ase.
Slice' tihen a ititn wili a \. I Indian accent on the telephone
lias stolen ai poiftitil tioml an art gallery in England that is
valed .'! it 54 i, ,i n. Ie said Iove tie telephone that lie will noti
leltiin t It icallei\ utiili a million dollars is spent on providing
tfootd i ptooi' l people ill the island of Grenada!.

Recenlh .1 \ Iiin service inan stole a helicopter and went on a
lark tic iin ili headed Ins machine Ifo the Whilte louse and was
stopped b\ 'naiksnman on the White House guard only a short
distance tiom hits tarel.
SThis looseined sCime screws in the head of another nit-wit who
tried to liiack .a piic. I Its target was also the White House but he
was killed a'ittic lie could get off the ground.


lalkin atw it ii .!c; 'itlence .. here's a bit in this lunatic game
from St .-C)eoLc c (.ic, Lndaa.
l'Ie Associalted Piess reports that "a 13-square mile island
ahoul 20 tiles tioft newly independent Grenada, is reportedly
planning ito scClde.ie
IThlree islands aie enibiaced in this group ... Grenada where the


THE ADVICE to get it while the getting is gtnd is the
kind of advice that most people can ill afford to ignore.
Least of all can it be comfortably ignored by emerging and
developing countries.
In spite of the shrill condemnations of the imperial
powers which sometimes flow ltrimn representatives ot the
developing countries. all of them nevertheless compete for
the money which they need front these countries to lurthier
their own development.
Some of them compete for private investment, loans.
soft loans and outright jli The mUnited States and i",
Europe pour hundreds of millions of dollars into
developing countries each year and so does the Soviet
Union and Red China. The socialist experiment in Cuba has
been sustained now for 15 yeais by the injection ot millions
of dollars of Russian money each da\.
Money, as Francisco d'Anconia in "\i,.. Sii...., 1" so
eloquently expounded, is a tokeii ot tlnour and a tt,,l oI
exchange. It represents man's bhitais and labhtim and thI lie
productive capacity of his brains and labour.
It is this combination which produces thousands oi miles
of railroad across Africa so that coppei I'tll thie nine-s can
be sped to the seaports and so that the products tl the
industrialized countries can be made available in the cities
and towns of that creat continental
It taps the o .i l '.%.i and harnesses the rivers it, produce
the power which is necessary to light the lite tl man, to
relieve 'Idwin Markhain's man ftiom the slavery 'I the hoe
so that he can atce the stars and search the heavens t it
glory.
It is this same comtlbinattion which can build fahulou',
resorts in a (tComniionwealth tof scattered islands. connect
these same islands with quick and efficient tianspotllatitnm
and fulfill loI thousands the promise o a higher qali of
life.
Developed ciunt,.ies anid the private citi/ens lI
developed countries put their money into deveolpinig
countries for a niiimber oil reasons all of which aniouilt i
sell'm ieies T1hat c'."1 tl he 'o i t. .i-. ,1 ideological Inltiience
or purely and simple to make a profit. it' .-..I is lic
developing ciunltr m litlch is able to attract tl.eiln
investment on the basis ("f muturial profit and so b lessed
was thile Bahamias.
With millions 0 p'-ople in duic need ol i relief ltiom theini
cold and crowded citle, and with private capital in ieed olI
relief from heaLv taxation at home, the iBahamas hadl all ,or
most o' the condlitions 1t i lt"i and to receive 'i.'ii t,. i-.


Keeping Bahamians down


I I ,Ii c The urihtium .
I w uld like to r ile a iti
words il retericnc ,i iMr Nl hiol
A. 1. Roker's Icter tot
t h e I d i t o r t i I d
"Victilmi/ation h y lotel". in
The Tribune, March 27. 197?4
I sy mpathiie with Mr.
Roker. because I too have been
placed in a similar position. 1
would like to inform Mr.
Roker that victimnization would
not have been possible it there
was a just anid Lair Minister for
Labour I must say at this
point that Mr Ct It Tur inquest.
Deputy (C hief iIiuuslrial (a i ,' "r
tor Freeport. is an honest man
id iti ris i his bl est to gi'
justice here iinI is dlue. but he is,
like the voice in tie wilderness,
for oinlt it tlI decision s iIn
tavour Wl tllhe' Management is I
acceptedd '
I pi:k i)I a a sm all pic'e !in
vour letter to ,show t what I
iean i vhen aid Bahamliains
keep Balhalmians down Prior lto
the appointment of Mr Rokerk
he was inteI'r-ewed by ilie
Professor of liIohdal Inn 's
tUnives!t-lI. and the Geneial!
Manager ol the Ilotel and I
s' 'p.....- the both gave hilti
hopes Qif what seemed to be a
bright litture, hut when he did
Inot perfoilmn as Managementil
expect ted, a ndd hl be I beIIng
stiaighit from the Ministrs oti
i ab ui t to sI l 1 t)o 't loI gtl
1,11 1 san1(ind ,ib ,i -t I H .ij k-
Bali ln i pc-eron l otilccrs
xlitO 'ait' i\cit Iet'It'il'te' Il
I hec are IrIes!' out ot
Iminiugration oi Labititr) tile
axe was then gi\n to a black
lr ir Bahal iatI, a nl id d loth
progre-s-ie Bahamian i" then


.I d by the und.I s -' f
i -' Bahamian.
I do hope I that inuS\V that Mr.
Roker who is onl the other side
of the lence and lis hiadl a tastc
il what vwe the workers have
will no\\ Iuse h;is nowlcidS ce
to help orrtec th is unhcallthy
-itu tio' 'th is I i lito rt1t il
ti'tr tl'i iirl 1 i[ s ilt M oppedi

t itigiti adu l t hat lr Roker
is iii, k> I- h it ias :i iob he
m ucitd ltt c l een l si s fortililate
and pl;tced on tlh,' "Keep 1tl11
tiine!ilpo ed lis ". I will writt
abo iut l1h 'Keep hinm
tinenipl i i 'i, ('l iih i mI next'

(H -\RLES SF 4L.Y'
| Mrt Roker told The
Tribune bN phonee trom
F report yesterday that ie
had been dismissed by
management See story on
page 1

CONCORDE CLASH
BRIL \1\N and France dis
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(t oncoridc supcil sinic airliner
Fiance declared it still t )hopes It)
persuIade th Britishi
cIs\el 11snt I to ci Bntinuc il it
pi-ir iiction ,t lie ost|\ plinec
"tI li' t\li it i 'ltlii' tli't l \e
littc il'nt p ints( o4 dCp.irt urc "
Stl .is \ li.- otrii l the
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lida ustal\ nilltiic AIitlihtistl
e A.\,),tl ttciBi; I ,,IA 1 )


capital city of St. (Geoge's is ilcased and Piume Miitsie I lits
(Gair' liholds swa Pelilt Martiniqueit aid ('millouti.
It is ('it icot, with a population l kti, I t hat wanlis t o 'i i,,
own sweet wa\ alone
I'arlier Gall\ agreed it) icclas tcihe it lthie want to seak
away. If this happens (Cairncoiu t will ha\ e t tle tlinction o I beini
one of the smallest independent nations in tlie world

(Cra/, you say?
No miore craiy than an independent Bahauma w ith thousands
tf islands and cays eibiuced int the aichipelago and a na\ y
foor tin'V pop-guni boats o ) police this ,asI stilctch o t aev.lci ai;d
protect fishing grounds that are so vital to the Btahmian people.
In a speecl 1 iihl lCtise (t A -ssenbl lc itlly ti Pth uine
Minister practically admitted thle helplessness and hiopelessnicess of
the security forces in the Bahamas.
lie said that even as hie was speaking foreign vessels we c
reported poachin g in Bahamian waters
Since no arrests were made tin this case, ae tiie Bahlaian
people to accept this admission as a surrende by thlie government
to what is clearly an inevitable situation'!
It is easy enough for the people to blame the government for
the terrible and irremediable mistake oft independence ... but
every man and woman who weit ito the polls and voted for
independence must share the blame.
No one can plead ignorance because day in and day ouit I told
you in this column exactly what independence would mean for a
gourp of scattered and defenceless islands but \1ti chose to ignore
the warnings and followed the siren call of a lot of young and
inexperienced leaders who seem to have marbles in their heads.
As I have said on many occasions in this column ... if it were
not so serious the Bahanuian people, who had everything going for
them, would be the joke of the century.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
A politician thinks of the next election: a statesman, of the
next generation:- JAMES FREEMAN CLARKE


a natural paradise inhabited bh a small population who
.were thought to understand the nature of their gotod
fortune and whil we've astute enuuUli to turn it to their o(wn
everlasting benefit.
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TO)DAY is Saturda.y, March
30th. the 01th day uof 1 74
There arte ;27 days ll in th
year.
Highlights in histsrr on thit
date
I1 97 President Richard
Nixon accepts resignation of
Ellsworhli Bunker as U S
Ambassador to South Vietnami
and names Graham Martin to
replace him.
197 I 24th Congress ot
Soviet C ('mmliunist Party opens-
in Moscow.


I TODAY0IN HISOYI


1969 Israel rejects principle
of big ftilu talks to promote
Middle lIast settlement, saying
Israelis will not t' a pawn oft
big powers
I 9t 8 (Ge neral L.udJ ik
Svoboda, a (/Ichoslovakian
\x a r hero. is sworn in as
President oat zechoslovakia
1 967 North Atlantic Treaty
Organization (NATO) formally


In the process of the shuttling there were a hundred
hands held under the table seeking advance assistance for
very private causes. According to the tales told by some
prospective investors. even some junior clerks got into the
spirit of things.
Even so. with typical Bahamian humour a story was
circulated that there was a department within our
departments shutthling prospective investors in the Bahamas
further south to some of our sister Caribbean territories!
Those investors who were trusting enough to believe that
they had consummnnated solemnn agreements with the leader-
of the people woke up some moiinings to the sad realizatio
that they had been mistaken and taken. Witness Benguu
and Bahamas Airways.

The Prime Minister said he never really gave approval lot
the Benguet transaction and Bahamas Airways was never
really a part fL us!
lie behaved very much like a man who could say: "Y( u
mean to tell me the foreign investors will leave? Man, don't
joke! Where they going'?" And laugh.
The other attitude was that we did not need them
j'..,j. and the sooner they left the better. That was an
attitude born ot deep and, for the Bahamas. disastrous
convict ion.
It was a romantic response to the Third World
call-to-arms against the exploiting foreigner. It was without
wax but full of flaws nevertheless.
At the same time the counterpart of our Chairman of the
Development Corporation in another territory. Jamaica to
he exact, was fully awaie of all the Third World speeches at
the United Nations when lie told the international press:
"You want to invest in Jamaica' Just call me and I will be
an where in the wold you want within 48 hours!"
Our present Milistei of External At fairs might never be
able to understand how our neighbours are able to
distinguish between poetic rhetoric and solid reasoning.
Peihlaps ie would do well to contemplate for a few weeks
the words of the song: "Never mind the noise in the
market. just mind the price of the fish! Never heed the red
herring, just get the thing that you wish!"
So we heeded the noise in the international marketplace
and did not understand it and we chased all sorts of red
herrings across the trail never understanding where they
would lead. And now we are coming to the realization that


we neglect to get the thine
getting was good!


that we wished, while the


1933 James B. M. Itertzog
forms national coalition in
South Africa and is joined b\
Jan C. Smuts.
1930 Heinrich Bruning
forms coalition of right in
Germany, replacing socialists
but without a majority in the
Reichstag.
1917 Russian provisional
government guarantees
independence of Poland
1912 Sultan ot Morocco
signs treaty making Morocco a
French Protectorate.


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closes its military headquarters
in France.
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new constitution.
10 52 Anti-French riots
break out in I angiers
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captured by Russian forces,
1940 Japan establishes a
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The Tribune - Saturday, March 30, 1974


University of West Indies vice-chancellor post offered


MR. ASTON Zachary
Preston has been offered the
post of Vice-Chancellor of the
University of the West Indies
with effect from April 1, 1974.
The offer was made at a
meeting of the Council of the
University presided over by the
Chancellor, the Hon. Sir Hugh
Wooding.
Mr. Preston joined the
University College (as it then
was) in 1951 as a senior
accounting clerk.


He rose through the ranks of
the administration becoming
accountant in 1954, bursar in
1955. university bursar in 1956
and pro-vice-chancellor
(finance) in 19 09.
He is the holder of a
Bachelor in Law from London
University, is a fellow of the
Corporation of Certified
Accountants of London: a
Fellow of the Institute of
Chartered Accountants,


Jamaica, a Fellow of the
Chartered Institute of
Secretaries. London, and a
Fellow of the Royal
Economics Society, London.
All of the qualifications and
distinctions he gained while
employed at the University.
Mr. Preston has served as a
financial adviser on university
development to many
universities in the South
Pacific. East, West Central and
South Africa. He has been
chairman of the university
grants committee for the
University of Zambia and is


currently a member of the
board of governors for the
University of Guyana.
Mr. Preston has undertaken
a number of civic and public
duties in his native Jamaica.
He is at present chairman ot
the public passenger board of
control for the corporate area,
chairman of the finance
committee of the Port
Authority and serves as
chairman and member of the
boards of a number of
educational institutions. Hie has
also been the sole Com-
missioner uf the enquiry into


two rail accidents.
Mr Preston told the meeting-
of council he was very aware of
the challenges and difficulties
that lie ahead but he was
confident that, with the help,
tolerance and support of the
council and his colleagues
within the University, tolerable
solutions can be found for the
problems.
The precise terms of the
offer are yet to be discussed.
When this has been done the
appointment will take effect.
Mr. Preston is married with
three children.


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Sunday Evangelistic Service 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday Family Hour 7:30 p.m. "Come
and hear the Children's Booster Band Sing".
"WHERE VISITORS ARE OUR HONOURED GUESTS"


F TH- N\1 minister at St.
Andrew's Presbyterian Church
is the Rev. Gilbert Stuart
Cameron. a Scot of ruddy
complexion and a pleasing
accent
Mr Cameron and his
family have been in the
Bahamas only weeks and are
adjusting to their new
surroundings and St.
Andrew's a picturesque white
church, a branch of the Church
of Scotlandi
I he church was erected in
dow n tow Nassau around
IS10 by Scottish settlers. A
picture-book church, St.
indrew's more frequently
c alied the Kirk has
magnificent stained glass
windows, high pinewood
,ceiling and walls of white
limestone that shine brilliantly
in the mid-day sun. It has a
membership of about 300.
"We only have this kind of
weather for a brief period
during the summer," the
Minister said. "It takes some
time to get used to the sun
shining at six o'clock in the
morning,"
Like all newcomers Mr.
Cameron and his family are
iinmpreseed by the natural
beauit of the island, the
ab u n dant and colorful
v vegetation and the
"unbelievable clarity of the sea
from shrch our daughter can't
keep away."
"Although our opinion of
the Bahamnias can only be
superficial at this stage, we
think it's simply marvellous
here," says Mr. Cameron. "The
people are friendly, courteous
and so charming. We feel we
have made a good decision
coming here."
St Andrew',,s is regarded as
one o1 the interesting sites of
downtown Nassau. It sits
halfway on the edge of the hill
surrounded by the last remains
of "old Nassau" architecture,
fighting majestically for
attention against the modern
structures housing banks and
other business places.
I'he church is on Princess


From the chilly highlands of Scotland to the warm and
sunny Bahamas, comes the Rev. Gilbert Stuart Cameron.
He is the new minister of the historic St. Andrew's
Presbyterian Chruch. Relaxing at home with his wife and
12-year-old daughter, Mr. Cameron comes from Dundee.


Street and Peck s Slope. near
Government House.
Many architectural changes
have been made to the original
structure Fhe final renovations
took place during the 1t50s.
The result a modified cancel
type arched doors, columns
arid medieval-like tower I here
was also a nes organ and ..'\v
decor
According to Mr. Cameron,
the Scots are great wanderers
and tend to take their national
heritage especially their form
of wo'-hp ,with them when
thel 'ive the h Inmehland.
IC explained that the
branches of the Church of
Scotland owe I,:1 i II.-' to tlie
Mother Church in Scotland.
But St Andrew's and the
others around the world are
independent in form and
administration.
A nggeni.al outgo ing
personality M1r Cameroii
smokes a pipe and to play
golf and tennis No doubt he
will find ample opportunity to
practise such sports here.
Mrs. Cameron, who likes
gardening, is spending a lot iof
time in the yard that surrounds
the c h u r c h in I s e. ,
minoderate-si/ed {amil home
shaded by long established
vegetation and er blioomini
flowers.
The mnansc located in a
lovely old neigh ,'i rhtuod. i,
smaller than their lihoeic n!
Scotland but ine loIr the
couple and their I2 ear lhd
daughter Deidre
F lie (Ca i e rion's t o hce
children, a son arid thrc,-
daughters are marnIred and
living in Scotland .ind Wales
I o date thee aniii s otil\
perplex l i s t s ng ie
U ind crstanld th- lgisties of
finding their way around a cli!
w here the ho'iuiss are not
numbered
"But I'm :,.i d this will all
make sense soon as I'm sure it
will since people get around
with no trouble and everyone
seems to know exactly. where
he is going," says Mr Cameron
Mr. Cameron is a native of
Dundee. Scotland where he
administered at St. Stephen's
and West Parish Church .lie
seemed nappy to be in the
Bahamas and looking forward
to the three years at least
This is his first appointment
in a "sun country." Since his
ordination in 1942. he has
worked only in Scotland with a
period in Belfast, Northern
Ireland. There was also a short
visit to Virginia (U.S.A.) where
he was an exchange minister
for six months.


OIL PRICE
OTTAWA I he head of the
Organization ot Petroleum
exporting countries OPF''(
said nearly all members of the
group want oil prices to
continue rising
JOCKEY CLEARED
MINI l.A. New York
Jockey ddie Belinonte was
cleared of shooting his wife.
resisting arrest and criminal
possession of a gun when
charges ., i L 1 jl him were
conditionally dismissed in
Nassau countyy District Court.


KING OF THE JEWS? -
No, though he surely wanted
to be, and sought it all his
life! It is ironic, however, that
in a hearing arranged by
Pilate, he met face-to-face
with t the real king of the Jews
- Jesus. Herod will tell his
story Sunday night at the
Lutheran Church on John F.
Kennedy Drive. This series of
dramatic monologues by
Pastor Wm. Jones will
continue through the Lenten
Season. These Services are
held each Sunday night at 7.


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NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that KNUD ROBERT MALTA
MALTARP of Hope Town, Abaco, Bahamas is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 23rd day of
March 1974, to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box
N-3002, Nassau.


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SEMINAR MONDAY


DR MAXWItL. MALTZ.
famous plastic surgeon, author,
lecturer, playwright, human-
itarian. will conduct a
two-evening seminar in the
Polaris Room, Holiday Inn.
Paradise Island on Monday and
I ucsday, from 6 p.m. to 10:30
p.m.
I he seminar is aimed at
teaching the person to get
iore living out of lile. He calls
it "psycho-ici bernetics.
Dr. Malt/ shows the listener
how he can achieve success by
understanding himself and
thereby understanding others,
being able to communicate. Dr.
Malltz describes how a person
can gain a more successful life
and develop his potential
through the correct under-
standing and application ot
development techniques. tie
explains why some people
succeed, while others fail.
) r M altz sunis up the
various points of his lecture.
and highlights the seminar in a
final questions and answers
session.
Proceeds from th2t seminar
will be do n ate d to a n
educational charity to assist in
the construction of the Central
A ndros Hligh School. ttis
seminars will be under the
patronage co the hon. tDarrell
Rolle. Minister ofi Hotme
Affails
As a plastic srgeion Dr
Malt/ discovered tlihat aliotugh
lie could make people look
good on lthe outside, the.
oftcn still lelt terrible inside.
"I ven though I would gel
marvellous results, the patients
wouldn't be liapp I wondered
w hat it was all about It
pu//led tie'" the New York
surgeon told (;eorge W. C('ornell
in ati interview for the News
York Post
Following is Mr Cornell's
New Yfork Post storv
I he doctor's .Iu 'fit.
through many cases in which
patients were smoothed up
externally but remained
inwardly marred, turned Dr
Malt/ from working not just to
repair the flesh but to restore
the spirit.
'It opened tiup a whole new
horizon lto mlle,'' he says. "I
came to reli/ce that the inner
scars were far more disabling to
more people, but that they
could re'mo e them with a little
compassion aind respect tor
themselves "
Ac tinIg oin that premise.
based on relgiLouis concepts ot
the ddit inec value of each
individual. I)r Malt/ has built


up a wid es spread extra-
professional practice ct
teaching inner improvement
through awareness of the
"God-like quality in sell."
"It's a spiritual thing," he
said in an interview "It's not
a new religion or a cult, but the
active application of
fundamental prin iple.s that
sustain our sense of woith and
dignity."
Dr. Malt/' method for doing
it now used in numerous
programmes in industry,
universities and churches
first was detailed in a 1051;
book, "Psycho-( )bernetics,"
and is elaborated in a new
Grosset & Dunlap volume.
'IThe Search for Sell-
Respect.
iHe also teaches his system
through recordings and tape
cassettes, and spends about
half of each year on the road,
giving about 150 lectures
annually, while two assistants
keep up his plastic .ujI'if:,
practice. Over the years,
'"Psycho-C'yberneticscs" has
sold 13 million copies, and still
sells at the rate of 2000 a day.
Malt/, a genial, white-haired
man of 75 and a surgeon since
1925 when plastic surgery was
just getting started, said
Americans once were overly
concerned- with superficial
appearance but now are more
concerned with basic quality.
lie offers some elementary
rules for achieving what he
terms "'psychological and
spiritual relation" necessary tor
inner peace, including
"lForgive others, wtll no
strings attached for your o\'n
sake as much as theirs People
who resent others are
squandering their energies.
"'Remember that ou are
not an island ot sell but you
belong to the mainland ol
oI others. S hare yoursell
Happiness is one commodity
that multiplies by division 1 hie
more you give the more you
have,"
REGATTA DONATIONS
It I' Fl alnily It sliands Regatta
(' niiiinittee acknoUwledges donations
froii the toll wini British
Ainerician. Si Anmoury. I rn i liro i
I t lor Industries. Bank o 1 iondin
, M ontreal, 1-. i I' lt, r. ( arl
Ireco (i'ntracitors imiited. N.'s.mi
Dunbrick, F. I). Sa,,iion Ban.i. i nd
Frust, I'ustace M\S ers Stanles, V S.
AlburN, Paton, T olthe & 'ii,&
N,tiSau Agencies. The .imnen Shop
in I'iFhe P'erftume Slipe.
Slit(. Comlnitie "hcipes that
Either ttembnhers lo tileic nimtini(y
\ill irall round iand support tins
regatta hemause tile 'mind drinc
fisling l ie t, being onlfiie the l.st
') its kind in tile world, is ilm
important p.irt oft' ur Bahaliimim
herit.i ge hits -i sth uld ie keptalie
and ti'.loiitragtedt h\ tils annual
sallhiig eeit," .1 ,spok'esinin said


SEVEN ROTARIANS were last Tuesday elected to the Board
of Directors of the Rotary Club of Nassau for the year 1974 75.
Election took place at a luncheon meeting at the Sheraton British
Colonial Hotel. (I. to r.) M. Oakley Bidwell, Vincent D'Aguilar,
Ralph Owers, Cecil Bethel, William J. Blackman, Paul Coope;
and Geoffrey Jones. The new president elect is Mr Gordon
O'Brien, who takes over on July 1st.

EAST ROTARY OFFICERS
TIHF Rotary Club of East Nassau recently elected its
officers for the year 1974/75.
Elected president elect was Bill Dekle, who takes office
on July 1st First vice president is Durward Knowles and
second vice president is Ritchie Sawyer.
Elected secretary was Keith Duncombe. treasurer'
Macgregor Robertson, and directors: Cyril Carey. Eric
Crowch, Terry Mosko, Roscoe Thompson Jr.. Ron
Overend, Keith Parker and Al Cartwright.
Appointed Sergeant-at-Arms: Ernie Grinrod.
Present Club president is George Macleod.
WHITE HOUSE 'YES' FRIENDSHIP TOUR
White Hlouse announced BRASILI IA I S Trciasuin
yesterday it will provide special Secretary George Shulti is in
Watergate prosecutor Leon Brazil's capital on a friendship
Jaworski with the materials he tour slightly marred hb trade
was sought by subpoena. (AP) disputes over cars and shoes.


IN 'TIE SUPREME COURT
OF Tilt iBAHAMAS
Equity side


IN Thi MATTER of
Rocdncy Darling


No. 41)
1972


thile Petition of


AND
IN THlE MATTER of the
Act 1959


AND


IN TlHE MATTER of all that piece
parcel or lot of land Containing 3.774
Acres being a Portion of Malcolm
Allotments and Situate in the Southern
District. New Providence and boundcld
on the East by a Subdivision knowMn tas
Nassau Village on the S0iunti by a
Subdivision Known as Nassau Village on
the West by Allotment number 33 and
other portion of Malcolm Allotment and
on the North by Two Putblic Roads
Reservation and a Subdivisiion known as
Kennedy Sutbdivisioni


NOTICE


I hc Pcttition of ROD\IY 1)\RILIN(; ,t the
Southern District of the Island of New Proliden i
in rCespcct of:-
ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land being hc'
portion of' Malcolm Allotmncts and conltaininl o
3.774 Acres and bounLded on the Iast b\ a
SIlbdivision knowntt as Nassau Village Subdi isit il
and ruilnilg thereon 15 5995 fetl on thie North
hb a Subdivisiont called al nd known as Kenncd\i
Subldivision and iw o Public Road Reseratlion',
and running thereon 143t(.72 Fet on ithe Slouith
by L other portion oi The Subdivision called and'
kno, wni as Nassau Village Subdiliision l tId
inning e thl reon 1370.3(6 tct and on the \\...i
b \ Allotmentt ituniber 33 of the Malcolni
Allotnients and other portion of -Maklolm
Allotnments and uttnniig tihereon 83.,0( feet in
the Sonuthern District of the Island of Nes s
Providelince.
RODNFY DARLING the Pctitioner in this \lltter
claims to be f e owner ofthe ninticumbered fce
Simple Estate ill possession of the said parcel cI
land and has made application to the Suprei ici
Court of the Commonowealth of the lBahatmas
Under Section 3 of the QiieItin Titlecs Act I151 io
have his Title to the said tract of land iinestiated i
and the nature and extent thereof Letcermikned and
declared in a Certificate of Title to be granted h\
the Supreme Court of the Conuionweailth if lthie
Bahamnas in accordance with the Provisions oi the i
Act.
COPIES of the said plain ma\ be inspected during
normal office hours at the following pliacess
A. The Regtistr of the Stpreme Court of the
Bahalmas in the (ity of Nassau in the Island of
New Providence.
B. The Chambers of the undersigned.
Notice is hereby given that an\Y person having
dower or a right to dower or anr adverse Claimi or ai
claim not recognized in the Petition shall on or
before the 15th day of May A. D. 1974 tile in the
Supreme Court in the City of Nassau in tlhe Island
of New Providence and serve on the Petitioner or
his Attorneys a Statement of his claim in the
prescribed form verified by an Affidavit to be filed
therewith.
Failure of any such person to file and serve a
Statement of his Claim on or before the 15th day
of May A.D. 1974 will operate as a bar to such
claim.

BETHELL GOTTLIEB & ZERVOUS
Attorneys for the Petitioner
The Bernard Sunley Building
Situate Bay Street
Nassau Bahamas.


NASSAU ROTARY

DIRECTORS

(()\ MMO()N\\I l TH 01 ITH BAHAMAS
IN Till St PRMI ('(uRT
I il t S tide


1974
No. 6


IN Till 1 \IAT R OF ALL THOSE
l \t) 1 21 pieces parcel or tracts of land
cint.iitinei respectively 1.315 and 0.566
,icr s-tituate in the setl lemeni t of Pinder's
PointM iin IK Island of Grand Bahama,
Wl ilt 1!1is


ANI)


IN \ MAT\I' R of the Petition of
SI\N AR\BRISIST R


AN)


\ ll 11 M\ITI R of
il's \cl., l' 5S'-


The Quieting of


NOTICE


10 \1 \1)\' RSI (.LAIMANTS.


1 lile Petition I t I dwn Armbrister of the
Scttlc t o if Iiindr' omint in the Island of Grand
Btha,im oc of the Islknis of the (Commonwealth
0l the B la nult s iII respecl :-
I IRST: AIlI I IAT piece parcel or lot of land
containini 1 315 .ic 'ea situate in the Settlement
i PiiLnder's 1,i0t i tilhe Island of Grand Beh.tma
itforesid ianiid bounded as follows
Noithcast\.irdl\ h\ tpropert' claimed by
Rolliington Cooper and running thereon 105,13
fcl Stioutheiast \wardLi partly by property of
-Alphfonsi o ( 'opcr imilIt partly. bl y property of Asa
looperr and iuniLiiMl' Itlcrct n 190.85 feet and
lthen indiented .Siulhuststardli by property of
-\si (',iipel jii' m ini thereonl 4',. >' fcet and
(hen Southeast ,,\\ardl\ a;ml running thereon
.4.00 feet ,to a lwcnty Foot (20') Road
iRs.ratlioi. .,nd! bounimded on the Southwest by
tlie s.id Ro.ad R icct\aition and running thereon
lls.31 fe.lt anid otimndcd on the Northwest by
llprpert I f liihI I i ddciI and rutining thereon
5('-..7 ) t eel
SI (ONI)I \1 1. 1ll \ piece parcel or lot of
laim d iontl.i ii, ().5 1 o i acres s, ttitu te in the
S.cllIencil otf Piide 's Point and bounded as
fliI1ss. Nortil.istiwarll\ by a Twenty Foot
2()') Rlo. id Reserviatli i atind running thereon
2104 95 Itet and bImoundelCd Southeastwardly by
Ro L,\ I'tesl ikre .iiit rtiunnin thiereon 113.00
i, wind li iiiitied Solithm cst, rdtl b\ Rocky
I irestliie 'nd I nnine tercln 231.05 Ceet and
ho ndd N ,ilhl\\cst\t.irdl\ b\ Ro)cky i-oreshI ore
I I)HMIN \RM11RI1ST1 R tlIe P)ctitioner in this
ll.ll"! n It.liI he lm r ll 1 of til he
til 'iti!!i 'i 'l ied s s ii'it e'l.ilc in poitssc'ssion of
1lh lt' id pii'c'- p.ltls mi l ot' mt land and has made
pp.ilml ilit fn li h t tpiniic (tOurt ol thlie Bahlamas
tmtieI S. lt!,''I !I ee' IS e'. 3.) of tli'e Q uietiig Titles
*\e I. ti- 1 s 1, is 1 Ins liti' ll 1 the said pieces parcels
S01 ,, 1 i l ,ited and tlhe nature and
:tl. 'l l lie .'i,; iHl ..li 1)n l 1ic nd dc lir cd i I a
( lit i il ,i l' l.' e t i i mtiiil ctc h \ it he (C ourti in
ic(onli.i:!, .till i i priimmons o' tlhe s cl Act.
m il. i; k' ft" '. 1 'll i- miia li, t ilisp lc'tlcdL during
thle l iut' i ii'.l ,*I s'i I. l titi' s itl tlt' loll \ itlg placcs:-

ai Ii Ilie Re).', s \ if fi thl Stiprtc ell ( court. Public
S li1 II i, Olic' cc ili e (oin nissioner. Fr e port.
,r i;, HI I lt.i ,ijn t lhn'a ,mIs.
I lie Cl(.iniisheis ol Messrs. Ketndll Nottage &
( I I ie -pol 1. (I iand Ill alna Balhamas.
N tlicc is lihere gi\cn that anyt' persons having
Du)te or 1 Ri.hlt i )o\1 e or or an Adverse Claim or a
(lim lnoit ricornied in the Petition shall on or
blc rc' thl e 'c7th \ ( l il y. A.D.. 1974 file in the
SupreiIICCme (Court anid scrc on the Petitioner or the
undersigned, a StACtenent of his claim in the
prescribed lori 'm crified by arn Affidavit to be filed
thcrc'ith. Iailurc of ailny such person to file and
serve a' I Statement of his claim on or before the said
7th tla' of May. A.D.. 1974 will operate as a bar to
such claim.

I)Dted the 27th diiay of March. A.D., 1974.


KIFNDAL NOTTAGE & CO.
Attorneys for the Petitioner
(' a nbers
King's (Court
250 Bay Street
Nassau, Bahamas.


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m'u' bi k WASHIING FON Crune in
S I i ti t d the United States surged up 16
i (' ) n 1 per cent during the last three
1 1p'i/Ifmig months of 1973 to push the
S .Ike w o tild full-year increase to 5 per cent.
t' tested bvl the FBI reported Friday.
.htres, ec. Atty. (;en. William B. Saxbe
!.it thr wVotld" said he considers the increase
lcrftod 1in how serious and instructed Justice
t) I)epartment officials to prepare
,t ltoAk Look recommendations for pre-
,111 Cven it sidential action to deal with it.
C.. :I[i tr,.AI bh in "I anm determined to raise
N1 i' LOO, IM. the odds against the criminal,"
S r iiening Saxbe told reporters.
i L,, i.e\actly The figures were contained
Sii nii rmtdl in a preliminary report of
uniform crime statistics for
widely 1973. The detailed report is
N \ t scheduled for release in
N : ri 'l't to mid-suinmer.
I'ltinli' Based on reports form 5,896
: ., t' Ithei law enforcement agencies
i' i N i riNs across the country, the FiBI
;;1 I N",- ltot figures are generally considered
an inaccuratec measurement of
Si l crime. The law enforcement
Sii i i aiNlstiance ad ininist ra t io
i( recently claimed that the
I 1 t I, n.ition experiences twice as
ti i'". t ol muci h crime e as the FBI
in statistics reflect.
d 1 1 1 k i Saxbe said somle imiaV regard
* I ci tlie crime i n crease as only an
I i ell i nd icatioti that reporting
tte : l i 0 procedures have nIproi ed.
):' : '. ii ,i While agreeing that this ma\ he
S' n so. hLCe added "I personally feel
.' ,,t i ur N seriouss crime is, up. Illm not
,, i ';i going to try to wish it away by
Ssa n i Lg t s iust et r
: h ,1 reporting."
I )' ,t c 1 he \Att ornei (Ge neral
;': sid lie tound the increase
. i i, eciall] disturbing "because
.' 'k li 'statistl ic givs no clue ail s to
Swhtlii is causing it
; .' i. I lie t ull-vear figures show
S :: ,~ i ltihI lithe criie rate rose 5 per
: ,-:': i Cnit abi ve the level reported
t' i ()r 11)"2. returning to the
Sii ,, nd oft increases which i has
persisted almost unbroken for
h 5 t >nl c ars
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i ,.'s 't showed a decline, when the
S i\ e dropped 4 per cent below
i 't * V ]I t l e I L '7 I l v e l
I, ih.e 1t' he % new daIt showed
S, RI ; ire es in o h ati t ihe seven
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i P Wt iti o"" nti" Till I 11 I) DIRIV('TOR OF Till-
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I \i, \ Ilt)N SOLIDI IN)I R AND) BY
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*i rI\'Sp,'C' t o|f -

Si : !t hid situlate illn the ltwnship oft
i ;, i the Island of I leuthera in the
S ; ',., .,lli t lhe Baham as beti Lot
ha W. .i. ,! < hih ndivold and i..hly-four 1 184) on
S',':;!, ,l I'.M in oif the fol nship of the slid
S i, Aa'mt Ia lirpit 13\ ain-d hdniedict
S '' III \SI\\RI)IDY h\ Lots NIubhered 182
1 .1 SO"lTlI ASfWAIRDlLY by Lots
S ,i! 1X3 andu 1S85 SO(l;IIWRFSTWARI)LY
1 .- Nticber 18( andl NORTIIHWIST--
S' tl)l t\ (')olebrook Street and which said
St' ii' i i is coloured Pink on the plan there t'f
I tins intt; er in the Registry of the
z n' (m iul in the ('ity of Nassau.

I : ) )IRI(iFOR OF' l11L (OSPI'L
\ \-\<' IO'Nl)\ A CORPORATION SOLIl
1 \\) 1?Y V\RITI 01F THlF (OSPIL.
i -A\\lY tL'N\l(\ INCORPORATION ACT
5 1 t o l 196( ) tihe Petitioner in this
S.l.iins to hb the owner in fee simple in
the Ilk n lot iof land and has made
S , te SiplreiCe Co'urt of the said
|, I ults under Sectiont 3 of The netiicting
SI :,, ii Ills title to the said lot of land
j O.:i..l .iud the i itttlr aind extent hereiof
d >1 id dlircd in ai ('ertiticalte (I L itle to
...I thie Court in accordaLnce with the
.. : ",1 iW aid A ct.
W il 1 1' Il l,'h said plat, lay he ilnspecteLd during
1 1i,.-, it o se at til l e low inig places:-
i ReC isti 'f\ i hI lie Supreme C(ourt, Public
l. in tlhe City of Na',,ssau a.iforeslid:
( It i ttoi ( ie Co('oin issioner at Rock
u lind I le htlCerI ;
!,. (lihers of Messrs. IHiggs & Kelly, 324
l tti\ t in the C(ity of Nassau afores;id,
\ it, ci s t dor the Petitioner:
S i c' Of i ttce of t the Justice of the Peace at
tI mit i ;i \ a\. i let thera.
S11 (I is hereby given thal any person having
i i,.. right to dower or an adverse claim or a
.:iiin n I recognized in the Petition shall on or
,+ ,i- I the 6loth day of May 1974 file in the
n ,til K' courtt in the (City of Nassau aforesaid alnd
-.'i\ nt the P letitioner or the undersigned a
,I.'ll ic'i (n of his claim in the prescribed form,
,.,ii d hi an an affidavit to be filed therewith.
Si i!C il y such person to file and serve a
.iilnw tmiti ot his claim on or before the 16th day of
\1, 1974 will operate as a bar to such claim.

1IGGS & KI .LY
324 Bay Street
Nassau, Bahamas
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forcible rape to a lows of I per
cent for rohbei\ Murder and
aggr avated assiiaull each
recorded (6 pel .cut increases,
burglary was up 7 per cent and
larceny-theft and auto thefts
were up 4 per cent each.
Geographicall. crime went
up as much as r centin


Rural and sib' rban area
each showed sharp 10 per cer
increases while the rise was
more moderate 3 per cent i
big cities
Although the crime rate hel
almost steady for the first nin
months of 1973, the last there
months produced a sudden an
unexplained 16 per cent surge


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CAREER OPPORTUNITY


FOR THOSE
WANTING TO JOIN
THE REAL ESTATE PROFESSION

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

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



SATISFIED ???
INVEST IN YOURSELF.
Your greatest asset is you. The knowledge vou carry a!id tht
skills you acquire to increase your value NOW fran effee tlthe
return from your asset the rest of your life.
How much have you developed your greatest asset over the
last twelve months7 A small investment of time and effot t cai
be your first step to a more rewarding, enrovahle and
successful future IS IT WORTH IT?
On April 1st and 2,d fo.-m pm to
10:30 p.r min the Polaris Hall at the
Holiday in or! Paradise is iand. Dr
MAXWELL 1MALTZ world famous
-. Author anid Lecttuie will conduct. in
%person, a d. ai.i.. ts .eveirin
seminar desiqdI t -Pt ulte o into

Dr. Maltz has Authored such boks s The Magi c Scalpel "
-The Magic Power of Self irmae PsyVchoiogy 'rand
Psycho-Cybernetrcs his moost famro hav.i g sold over 15
,million copies.
Proceeds will be donated to educational chari'v to assist 'in the
construction of CENTRAL ANDROS HIGH SCHOOL and
Will be under the Distinguished Patronage of the
-HONOURABLE DARRELL ROLL M P Minister of Home
'"Affairs.
,Tickets for the two night seminar ar., ADULTS $20 00 a0'.
*STUDENTS $6:00. Bridge toil included
AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT.
PHONE FOR RESERVATIONS
NOW. 2-1500- 1 2 EXT. 19

Now Ajax Cleanser changes from white to
blue as its active ingredients go to work to clean
your sink.


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ilI/Ip NOTICE


FARMERS ASSOCIATION

AWARD WINNERS
The Bahamas Livestock -nd Agricultura. Farmers
Association Thursday night honoureo seven people at their
first "Annual awards dinner" held in the Nassau Room of
the Sheraton British Colonial Hotel. The picture shows


By Abigail Van Buren
0 1974 iy Chicage Tribune-N. Y. Nwn Synd., Infc.


DEAR ABBY: Paul and I decided not to get married
until after he had his Army duty behind him, so he enlisted
and ended up in Germany for a year.
When he came back he told me that while he was in
Germany he had fallen in love with a girl named Gisela,
but the minute he saw me again he realized that I was the
one he loved, so we took up where we left off and made
plans to marry.
Later I found out that up until a month before Paul and I
got married, he was still hearing from Gisela. He called
her long distance a few times and even sent her money and
tried to arrange for her to come over here.
After we were married he broke off all contact with
Gisela, so everything turned out fine, but it left me with a
problem. Now every time I hear the name Gisela I go into
a violent rage. Also I hate everything German. I won't let
my husband watch anything German on TV and I won't
even have a German chocolate cake in the house! If I hear
the word "German" on the TV, I turn off the program.
I'm afraid if I don't get over this hating everything Ger-
man I'll drive my husband crazy, and ruin my marriage.
Any advice?
HURT IN CHICAGO
DEAR HURT: You're lucky you don't live in German-
town, Pa. You'd have to move. Your jealousy is under-
standable, but it's become obsessive. Further, your preju-
dice against an entire nation is unfair and childish, so put
aside your anti-German attitude. If you don't, your marriage
will be kaput.


JOHN


from left to right: Mr. Henry Burrows, who received the
"Award for Performance": Mr. Sidney Russell, tne
"Technical Service Award": Agriculture and Fisheries
Minister, the Hon. Anthony Roberts; Mr. Carlton Francis,
Chairman of the Development Corporation, who received
the "President's Award for the Year": Mrs. Anthony
Roberts; Mr. Edward Godet, Sr., the "Farmer of the Year
Award": Mr. John Halpin, from the Andros project; Mr.
Richard Sweeting, the "Award for Inspiration"; and Mr.
Claude Smith, who received the "Service Award".


Gisela made German


verboten for her


DEAR NO: I inquired of several major airlines, and
there's no such program in existence. But if you will tell
the stewardess about your problem when you board, she'll
give you special attention. It's worth a try. She's trained to
provide the passengers with more than coffee, tea or milk.


DEAR ABBY: Is it true that you had a Jewish father?
NOSEY
DEAR NOSEY: Yup. And a Jewish MOTHER, too!
Problems? You'll feel better if you get it off your chest.
For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. 17W, L. A..
Calif. 90W. Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope,
please.


"The itching drove me crazy
and I was too ashamed to
get help. "


Thousands suffer the TIInL
tournament ofo
vaginal ot rectal itch.
These areas need special care.
T-hat's BICOZENE. (Say it "By-Co-Zeen.") This medical
formula soothes away itching fast.
Quiets your urge to scratch. Even promotes healing of
inflamed tissue.
Find out. Just ask your druggist about BiCOZENE.


TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.
WORKS ACCOUNTANT


A vacancy exists in the Public Works Department
for a Works Accountant.

Duties will include the operation and over-seeing
of the Department's Recurrent Vote and also its
Capital Vote. The Capital Vote is at present
between U.S. S 1.100,000 and $2.200,000. The
over-seeing of Electricity Accounts by
Departments in Grand Turk and South Caicos will
be included.

In addition other administrative duties will have
to be carried out as directed by the Chief Engineer.

The salary offered is in the scale APT 5 U.S.
S4.224, 54,74. There is at present no income
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 he
submitted to the Chief Secretary, Government
Offices. Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos Islands.
Closing date:- 30th April. 1974.


TO OUR CUSTOMERS
SORRY


S. GEORGE &

CO. LTD.


WILL BE CLOSED FOR
STOCKTAKING
APRIL 1 st.


THOMPSON DRUG CO. LTD.
P. 0 BOX 6027 PHONE 2 2351


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SHIRLEY STREET


NOW SHOWING thru
Thursday The Way We Were,
matinee at 2:30 and 4:45
p.m: evening 8:30. Parental
discretion is advised.
There will be a special
benefit show on Thursday
night at 8:30 p.m. in aid of the
Commonwealth Wanderers'
Club. The movie will he
Magnum Force. Tickets are
on sale at the box office.


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Warner Bros. "Magnum
IForce" is a Malpaso production
in which ('lint Fastwood plays
Harry Callahan, an inspector in
the San Francisco Police
Department attached to the
llomrocide Detail.
lie is a tough, courageous
cop who usually finds himself
in the centre of explosive,
v iolent situations involving
racketeers, thieves, prostitutes,
pimnps, ruthless murderers and
airline highjackers.
A mystery suspense film, the
plot is laid against a mosiac of
chase sequences, "Magnum
Force" is the sequel to "Dirty
lHarry," one of the most
spectacular boxoffice hits in
the history V Brothers,
starring (Clint Fastwood as the
oii gina I c orl urful title
ch.i a,.ter. lHari Ii i , i
"Dir% llirr-" was a picture
ot such vast popularity that the
studio received .a hale of imnall
froimI peoplee all over thel
coifntri stating their desire for
a sequel S ilhrrs I'allahan
picked uip his Magntim 44 and
took utp his crimnrc busting again
practice lit y popular demand,
'tMagnum r or er is
aslw .iod 5lih film and hisr
rec nt p' i [ t r'e1 in dlide tile
films *I 'h r Iguled" "ly'hr I
Mist', For \e, "Joe Kidd."
"lH ,h Pli'lan, lartDtter" and
"Brieer. Ic has .embellished
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NOW SIIA NI ., IH l 1t R ) i \'Y
2:30 & 4:45, Evening 8:30-'Phone 2-1004, 2-10052
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on first coiie, ti'isI senred b.is



ow thru Tuesday Sunday thru Tuesday I
inee starts at 2:30 Sunday continuous
Evening 8:30 from 4:45 U
Monday continuous
-SCAPED FROM from 3:00 I
IL'S ISLAND" R.
Jim Brown. "DUEL OF THE
ristopher George IRON FISTS" R.
Ti Lung, David Chiang

HE SLAMS" R. PLUS
Brown, Judy Pace "FOX STYLE" R
Chuck Daniels,
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NOW SHOWING
sunday Continuous from 4:15-'Phone 3-4666
day Matinee Continuous from 1:45, Evening 8:30
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Hayes Williamson K
Plus! "ACE HIGH" PG.
PARENTAL l.sR1TIO\ AD1 IS. ,)._


WULFF

ROAD


Now showing thru Friday.
Three Tough Guys, plus Ace
High, matinee continuous from
1:45. evening 8.30. Sunday
showings continuous from 4: 15
Parental discretion is advised.


SAVOY

THEATRE
Saturday night at S:30 thru
I tuesday I Escaped From
Devils Island plus The Slams
Sunday thru luesdlay, matinee
continuous from 2.30. I venling
8 :3). No one under l1S will he
admitted. Plus late feature
'Tuesday night.
"he Slanms." M;M's rugged'
action-drama starring nJim
Brown in one of his most
'.r,' 't i.ig roles, spotlight',s a
convict's desperate attempt to
conceal fthe whereabouts of a
fortune in stolen loot tront
se veral pri son faction1is
pressuring to pry the secret
floi hiiii
.Judy Pace, Roland "Bob"
lli ris anid Paul I: Ilarris
co star in ' The Slamis,."
proiduied hy Gene ('oriman and
directed by Jonathon Kaplan
troni a screenplay bv Richard

I lihe spent ui film was
photographed 1in Mletrocolour
on locaiti ns throughout 'the
s An \geles area
Wednesday thru Friday. Theie
Deathmaster plus D)eep Thrust.
Matince continuous troml 2: 30,
evening i 30 Plus late feature


Judy Pace portrays a woman
who risks her life for the man
she loves in MGM's "The
Slams."


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AT THE COYABA ROOM,
Paradise Island, Maitre 'd
Roscoe Francis, (pictured)
ensures that both taste and
service make for the best in
Cantonese cuisine.
Roscoe and his staff of
"professionals", all trained by
himself, realise that the best
results come from team work.
"Fine food and the right
attitude to service," he says,
"make a great difference to
guests."
With Paradise Island since
1969, Roscoe has worked at
some of the Company's other
dining facilities, among them
Villa d'Este, Marine Dining
Room and Le Cabaret.
From his start as a waiter,
Roscoe advanced quickly
within P.I.L.'s large
framework to take on bigger
responsibilities.
At the Marine Dining
Room, he was promoted to
Captain in '71 and soon after,
became Maitre'd. both there
and at the Coyaba Room.
Roscoe began a full-time
career at the Coyaba Room
sixteen months ago. He says,
"It's wonderful at Paradise,
and of course, the Coyaba is
my special love. . the
oriental atmosphere, it's
beautiful."
Formerly a mason by
trade. Roscoe decided at a
young age to give this up as a
sparetime activity before
coming into the hospitality
trade, first aboard the
Bahama Star, and later at the
Montagu Beach Hotel and the
Coral Harbour Club, where he
did a long ten year phase.
Roscoe and many of his
present staff at the Coyaba
Room have been co-workers
from "the good ol' days."
They still learn from his
example. Whatever Roscoe
has gained from the
supervisory and Maitr'd
refresher courses at Paradise,
he makes a point of passing
on to the other Coyaba
employees.


Roscoe, a 36-year-old
Bahamian, is inspired by the
friendliness and co-operation
which are very much a part of
his environment.
Roscoe and his wife
Agatha, who is the supervisor
of communications at the
Sonesta Beach Hotel, enjoy
travelling to different places
each summer with their four
children.
When not on holiday,
however, Roscoe is more than
happy to go the Coyaba
Cantonese way.


Jim Brown has trouble with his
confederates after a spectacu-
lar million and a half dollar hit
on the syndicate in MGM's "The
Slams."


NOTICE
NOTICE is heieby given that DF BORAII ANN CAREW of
Windsor Lane East, Nassau, Baha a, I is 1 applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationajhty' and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of Thie tBahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason wht ieqistration should not
be granted should send a written arid signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 30th day of
March 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home AffalPs P 0. Box N-3002.
Nassau.



NOTICE

NOTICE i hereby given that Ti RHANCE CARLW of
Windsir Lane East, Nassau, Bahama' .rs applving1 to the
Minister .I. ,,, i,1, for Natoo lt', aid Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of Thie Bahamis, and that anyr
person who knows any reason wh, registration should not
be granted should send a witten and signed statement of
the facts within twenty -eight das tromn the 30th day of
March 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship Ministry of Home A fans, P. 0. Box N-3002
Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MARGARET FILICITA
CAREW of Windsor Lane East, Nass'au, Bahamas is applying
to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 30th day of
March 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship Ministry of Home Affairs, P. Box N-3002,
Nassau.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ABEL IVAN CAREW of
Windsor Lane East, Nassau, Bahamas is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, ard that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 30th day of
March 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship Ministry of Home Affaris P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau.


Many Moods of Harley Simms and the Crystals is the
new record album being presented to Mr. George Myers
(right) vice president & general manager of thle Nassaut
Beach Hotel by Harley Simms. The record album is the first
for Harley and his group who have been very popular in the
Lamplighter Room of the Nassau Beach for the past five
years. Mr. Myers congratulated the group on their
achievements and hoped for the success of the album, hie
album contains many of the present top tunes blended with
a great selection of Bahamian Calypso favourites.


FIRE DAMAGE
FIR:1 extensively damiagcd a
house on Christie Strcl.i
Stapledon Ga iens at7 55
p.m. Thursday and all the
contents inside were destroy ed
It is believed the fire a is
caused by an electrical shot
circuit. but the matter is sutll
under investigation. lhe house
was owned by Mr hiugh
Campbell
Fire completely destroyed a
1Q73 Ioyota car about 12.30
p.m. off Farrington Road. I he
car belonged to Mrs Jessie
Thompson of Tihompson Lane,
and an electrical short circuit is
suspected as the cause ot tire.

There were also five bush
fires last night in five different
areas of Nassau Golden
Gates Estates. Gladstone Road,
Blue Hill Estates. Robinson
Road. and Stapledon Gardens.


INVESTMENT
'SLOWDOWN'

BRIDGE :. TOWN tradee
Minister Senator Branford Iait
has denied there has been a
slow down in foreign
investment here in the past two
months.


ACTRESS DIES


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NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that GEORGE SATCHELL
ROBINSON in the Western District, New Providence is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas and
that any person who knows any reason why registration
should not be granted should send a written and signed
statement of the facts within twenty-eight days from the
23rd day of March, 1974 to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P.
0. Box N-3002, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that GEORGE GENTLE SMITH
of Baillou Hill Road, New Providence is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship for
registration as a citizen of the Bahamas and that an
person who knows any reason why registration should not,
be granted should send a written and signed statement of,
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 23rd March,
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002
Nassau.


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NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that CHUCK HONG LIU also
known as Edward Liu of Poitier Avenue, Chippingham,
New Providence is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship for naturalization as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason
why naturalization should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 23rd day of March, 1974 to
The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau. -




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that CECIL BAIN of Laird Street
West, New Providence is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from fhe 23rd day of March, 1974
to The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.





NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ANNIE LIS SqIGAARD
MALTARP of Hope Town, Abaco, Bahamas is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship for
naturalization as a citizen of the Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalization should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 23rd day of
March, 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box
N-3002, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that CHARLES HENRY MULLEN
of East Lyn off Village Road, New Providence is applying
to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship
for registration as a citizen of the Bahamas and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 23rd day of
March, 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box
N-3002, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MARIE FLORAINE PIERRE
of 5th Terrace, Centreville, New Providence is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship for
naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalization should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 23rd day of
March, 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box
N-3002, Nassau.


Come and bring a friend!

YOUR TICKET TO PARADISE!


ESCAPE

from the hum drum

to the TROPICAL SETTING of the


PARADISE BEACH PAVILION
overlooking beautiful Paradise Beach

Pleasant service of reasonably priced meals under the
personal direction of Bernard Perron.
Breakfast e Lunch e Dinner. Open from 7:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.

RESERVATIONS: 5-7541
Paradise Beach Pavilion is just west of the Holiday Inn.
WHERE JAMES BOND MADE THUNDERBALL


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REAL ESTATE


;4036
FOR SALE
HILLTOP OUT WEST
Overlooking Sea Beyond
iOrange Hill. Has 30.000 sq ft
Io f ground s As in q
a- 7,500.00.
ROSE ISLAND 600 ft of
,vaterfrontage including beach.
Ideal for a hide-out for boater,.
BAY STREET PROPERTY
one large store, one small,
other mediurn size Income
approximately $18,00000
Warehouse in rear Only asking
$200,000 00.
CITY PROPERTY Ideal for
conversion to Professional
Offices near Damianos Realtvy
S h t le y Street On ly
$115.000 00 See anytime
ve have the key
LIT Y PROPERTY
"ri borough Street. 2 storey
building.
LITY PROPERTY George
Street With old Bahamianr
2 store w house and Cottage in
jar ApproorAmtate gIound
o' iagce 6500 LJan inarice
SA RElAOS REALTY Dial
22033. 22305. e,-.en g 4 I 197


FOR SALE
I C. ..c 7 1: 75 x 45 York
Sit :. GiL ,.,stoii Gard n-s. FLi
de.tils i aI Roberts 21458 or
23/35.

1103
A"'. EST TE ,vth tour
:uvelf, ,oes apDr ci atery
5 r-., s w'h f 312 fet BEACH
rIONST Lable Beafh being
the GOLD COAST Houses can
tc told .,dtividualiv See ,s tu
!IpreCiate Bv appointment
ple ,e co, tact
N I C K DAMIANOS,
iDAMIANOS REAL ESTATE
or.l 22033, 22305. 2230/
.,'r, ) 4 11 9 7

.' i40j ;
-O SALE
UT 81) bv 1.0 NASSAUJ

iENT AVENUE 1.5550 (i0
! Others se llig foi r 900 00r
'. OAL AR BOJR 4
Sd o and 2 bath ..
-.ished. Onlv $38.000 00.
PYSWICH gorgeous h,.o LsE
ith three bedtr om. w..
Dat hs r I ur n sh oilv
$55.,000.00.
DIAL THE ACT ION
NUM BEARS U DAM IANOS
REALTY 22033. 2230b.
2230;, eveninqs 41 197


'. '.;040
FOR SALI
AN ESTATE La k i
CLunningham Most picturesque
views :_' the Iake Has five
bedro..:'- .1 baths i, ad of
c h!a'' o pa e, carpeted,
ex trert elm large PrIy Roomr
45.000 qlaoun swifm irng pool
F t. ll ir t ..f .i; iuj tjs.t" Dou< k,
,'ith 5 t o, LAKI
I P O'T G E ,: o sed
jrG c-c t '. 'f li''t i anr i rt '' foif
3 ili S't- Oi. tilr e, wv t,)ve
the k-, L ULocc ipied
1 5 A C R [ S O rF f
S A R ) 'IA L A )
$ 600 0 ; :t '
'a nail ri].
10 ACREP ,At..ARUIl POA)i
$6.600 00
F OR THiE ; f -,T IA A
WI ITi TrHE Bfl iT
L)IAL [A AI4AN
)A'.V!ANOS RE ALrT
LOM'P/ANY LT:
22033. 22305.. '30 .' N2o
41197

C 1.i692
[DAVSON'S RE AL E STNTif
CO L TIj
Lertifec Real E state Bn iro i .
Ph o'i ?i i 8 7 ;5.108
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SAN SOUL I
ELAIR E STCf\ t,
G11f NISTON C.ARL,( i.
WIN TON
THE GROVE (Wese'. 1,.i
SKYLINE 0EIGHiT
NASSAU I AS T
SE A BR[E ZE
VILLAGE ROAI)
COL DC N GATES
HIGHLAND PARk
PROSPECT 1RID(;
z'yl rTW.APt Vil i S

-W AR IT'.f 'l -,,
in PARADISE IS.AND
I AST BAY SrREF-I
WEST BAY STRE T
HOTELS and HOTEL SITES,
BEACH LOTS, COMMER
CIAL LOTS, RESIDENTIAL
LOTS
A C R E A G E FOR
DEVELOPMENT IN THE-
NASSAU AND FAMILY
ISLANDS SUCH AS GRAND
BAHAMA LONG ISLAND,
ELEUTHERA ABACO
45 ACRE CAY IN THE
EXUMAS WITH DEEP
WATER HARBOUR AND
MORE


CALL
DAVSON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENCY
Phone 21178 or 80932 21178
P. O. Box N-4648
Nassau, Bahamas.


SECTION


. I I I _


REAL ESTATE


C13981
Lot in
Phone
3-2023


Litti Blan .Eta.te-
2 2386 Atter live


C 13707
,1 BEDROOM. 2 bathrLcn
unfurnished house with carpoi'
and sewing room. FOR SALE.
Call 31671 31672 (9 00 a.m.
12.00 2.00 p'i b5
pm. we, d i )

C 14038
House and lot Rosetta
Street, Palmdale good
commercial site 65 by 120.
Only $28,000 00 See anytime
Dial Damianos 22305. 22307,
22033

C 13992
TWO bedrodmr two bath
cottage Sears Addition, garage
and storeiooTm, laundry,
o nchard with bearjrnq fruit
trees TE 1MS AVAILABLE
C l! 2 3041 bet.-.'ern and 5,
4 134t, after

C 4041
FOR S/PLL
9 000 q 't of WARE-
HOUSiNG, 2-!to'ev situate
SH RI-iA Was $90.000.00
Sak e us a o ff e r
$67,500 00. See anytime.
Income $8.400,00 year. 60
tae'. viaant posse-'oIr
DIAL DAMIANOS
DAMIANOS REALTY CO.
22033, 22307 evenings 41197.


LOT ,:, HIn ti i T ,i:1. W
S all 2 3041 be',weein aid b.
4 1346 after (,

C 14041.
FOR SALE
WESTWARD VILLAS 3
bedroom. 2 baths, furnished.
Pr ced so low. unbelievable.
Asking only $32,000 00
r qhhs to Sandy Bea (fh
FOUR BEDROOMS 3 BATHS
ur nitshed, heated -wrimming
pool enclosed garage rights
Sard v Beach onlyi
$ 6 7 0 0 0 r ( ntact t
UA VIANOS 22033. 22)305
-v r:tns.. 411 9/

C 13984
LOT in !ili r t states f, 2 (0i
x 120. Call 23/3h.

014035


f OP SALL
THE must fivou tt sought
a after e ghb our hood
WINTON. Grounds 100 by 193
wI.th a 2 -nit building, MaVin
house has three bedrooms 2
baths, pleas nt Ir ttiiing room,
seopara te d i, i g r oom
delightfu I I kitche Plus I
bedroom 1 bath. apartment
Liv- it one aind have anr inrcOme
on the other The asking price
wa, $115.000.00 reduced to
1$85000 iUO ftu ato.t Ring
thc- J CtIOft ') Ica ,i I at
DAMIANOS PLREALTY
22033, '123i5, 22301. O,t-ni igs
41 1 /


I 1)R 5 'L
T'"t .triOd '... bedroom
T .01V $2 dv o b alnirh




;1 .l,'d', h o' Jolh ino
T e 1 i iy u r rri sh e d
',' ,,' l I I). a o t i'Ol patio
.$5 O.' C t', bo]l)' days
3., ;at1 r I p,


FOR RENT


i' L I-; CO'." ouplex



tb .oZjI 3 5





'\PAR TMF NTS nrc
c ti It L [ r. ThornIpsoN
S VoulhvJird. (,il Noi-r nan at
:'4626 (d ,) 36/71 (nights)
for details

L1 3687
FHOUS suitable foc sti)re
off ce Madeira Street facir q
ShotpprItg Plaza Contact
2 3170

( 13 708
COTTAGES arnd apartment
monthly aji c.oiditioned.
fully furnished, mnaid service
available Lovely garden and
,.wnriming pool Telephone
31297, 31093.

C13995
SEFFICIENC1 Y, all utilities
included $125 per month
Montagu area Phone 31156
after 6 p m

C14061
ONE bedroom furnished
airconditioned apartments
Harold Road. Phone 42247
after 6 p.m. Mrs. Smith


C 13690
''THE WAKEFIELD
APARTMENTS" Corner
Cordeaux Avenue, Englerston.
One and two bedroom
apartments, completely
furnished Telephone daytime
2 8272, after 6.00 p.m. 53418.


FOR RENT I I


C14067
EASTERN ROAD water
front furnished 2 double
bedroom apartment, consisting
of living, dining room. kitchen,
2 baths, balcony and patio.
Phone 4-2113

C13701
*vlAUDONN \ AP h T-
MENTS" Corer Mount
Roval Avenue and Durharm
Street. Two bedroom
apar tmen t s, complete',
furnished. Telephone daytime
28272. afterr 00 p.m.
53418.


C14075
STORE, wall to wall carpeting,
cent ral a irconditioning,
telephone, fixtures, spacious
rooms. Available April Ist. Call
5-3364 Star Plaza. Mackey
Street

C1407/4
OWNER LE I T TOWN
4 bedroom 2 bath house, fully
f ur nished, wall to wall
cj r pe t n stereo, T.V.
telephone, autonratic washer
and dryer. Klonarns Estates,
Soldier Road Phone 5-3364.

C14048
MODERN attractive three
bedroom tow bathroom
furnished houses, available for
long term lease. i -ri jf,' m(ti
sizeable landscaped lots in The
Grove just off West Bay Street,
one w th swimming pool.
ConLta t telephone 59403.

CARS FOR SALE

C 404t6
1972 FORD excellent
conditortn-. fully equipped
ait conditioned & tape deck.
$3,950 00. James Thompson 9
a m 5 p.m. 28437

C 13 98
1968 BUICK Skvlark, vinyl
top, power steel il., power
b r,i t' es. a ttr tL., dir
tidtitio .ed Phorne 2 2 86.
Af ter five 3 22:,

C 1385 1
1972 VOLKSWAGEN 130C
Sedans excellent condition
radio, W W tyies, low .,
Fina nce and inrsurr acer
available. Call 36611 -2-3-4,

C14028
1966 HILLMAN IMP
enthusiast maintained. $400
(O.N.O.) Call 34967 after 6
p.m

( 140ii9
MUST SELL NOW
1968 Chevy 2 door, standard
shift $1500.00 Tel. 23137.


FOR SALE

C13988
500 TRIUMPH "Chopper". 8"
ext front end. Call 51606 or
see David Jones. $875

C 13986
Used 1 year old Frnerson Black
and white Television with
antenna $350 Telephone
21210-1 9:30 m. 5 00 p on
ask ton Debhie

C 14004
2 ELECTRIC hack saws
$400.00 1 250 amp. weldirng
machine $400.00 Phone
4 2193 b 8803

C13985
4"'' Floor model T.V. $150
Phone 4-2062 after 6 p.m.

C14029
PATIO SALE
Saturday March 30th
Hundreds of fabulous barga n:,
CJr
Redwood Patio F urr ti'ire
Stereo
Clothes Washer
tBed
Krilgsize Bedspread

Drapes
Llec tr cal Applian ees
F i h ing, Boating, Skiing

Lwiwn Mowers
Barbecues
Biaby equipment etc
fHigland Park 2nd house
east Trust Corp on Sanford
1)n ive 3-49-7 34629.

C14056
STEREO with records andi
extensron 58387.

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.)

C13697

TRAVELLING?


For efficient friendly
advice on Worldwide
Destinations by Airline or
Steamships. Contact
MUNDYTOURS at 24512.


APPROVED PASSENGER
RIGHTS


U--I


FOR SALE


C14055
CLOSE OUT SALE
MAUDE Owen-Marsh
Interiors. 40 Cumberland
Street Furniture lamps
paintings bookcase
glassware many accessories
ceiling fan.


CRAFT SUPPLIES
C14043
NOW in stock at Bahamian
Paint Supply, Bay Street.
* Decoupage
* Clear Cast
* Candle Craft
* Tissue Craft
Phone 2-2386, 2-2898


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

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

C13694
PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.


C6728
57' DIESEL YACHT Wheeler
with cockpit, twin General
Motors 671 diesel, 121r KW
generator. Machinerly and
vessel completely refurbished.
Fully equipped, surveyed.
a praised realistically at
$65,000. Will sell or trade for
Bahama real estate, give or take
difference.
N. Wolfson, P. O. Box 13021,
Po rt Everglades. Ft
Lauderdale, Fla. 33316
'524-4641]


ANNOUNCEMENTS
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

C13910
EASTER IS NOT FAR AWAY!I
Copies of "BAHFAMIAAN
JOTTINGS" (by Bahamian
born ,', Ir '..I ,'. Kemp
Johnstone) will make popular
and interesting gifts for mailing
to expatriate friends and
relatives. AT BOOK STORES
AND THE LINEN SHOP,
where they can be
autographed.

C13965
CLASSES commerce at the
Nassnii A(ademy of B3,jsiness
25th March for Summner Term.
Enroll now in the following
classes
Typing with Spelling
Shorthand
Bookkeeping
Switchboard
Front Desk Cashti
Night Auditirm
Telex Ope atio ,
English
Matheinat ic
Filing
French
Germarn
Sp, iish
Dictaphone Typi,'
Call the Nas au ci ademy of
Bus ness today and ]uoin an o
the above classes Phoneic
24993. (Lo' ,ted at Shirley St.
opposite Collis Avenue).


WANTS TO BUY
C13962
WANTE!D any and all old
boats any size 01r shape
Please contact Peter John. Tel:
31891, 31889.

DINING GUIDE

C14078
SETTLE R'S PUIti & INN
Beaumont Arcade, Bay Street
Telephone 5 9739
Sunday's Spe ial
Steak
Boiled grouper et(
C.36;,9
WOLSEY HALL
THE OXFORD CORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE

.ha.'u.,.rm h ,ethe ,,m i l,
(* ( i. I (Ind i ehia London


L i nigr a hree Profesio
or Bm i .ti v .l nii'- s m ,l %,

1t i. Y Sil,ia m :i; 'ro RXrd',f ,
cia ir" S' ". IN % 01' e, Hal l lunde t.,
p -ei,,d in melh i i nis-
SNcr i "mr a fcilrd io net- in ng
Ihe o t O ;n odeti ir n I.ntlhod, f






WUSY KAIUoEAON ORDP2 1


BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
C14065
RESTAURANT for sale. Small
take-out. Good small business
investment. Great potential.
Business & equipment
included. Call Mr. D. P. 21306
23237.

SCHOOLS
C 14034
IF you are having problems,
trying to find a Nursery School
call A.B.C. NURSERY, Phone
58096. Ages from 2, years to
5 years.

C13695
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.

HELP WANTED

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


C 14045
CLEANER
F or club on Delancy
Experience, must live
Hours 9 a.m. to
Tuesday off. Mr.
22325.


Street.
nearby.
2 p.m.
Richard


C13945
ASSISTANT Managers.
required for Out Island Cottage
Colony and Club Responsible
for Food and Bever age
department and Housekeeping
Applicant must also be able to
understudy for the Manager in
hi, absence. Must also have
Nirnmumn of 12 months
peIv"ous experience preferably
It the Out Islands and have
i. ,' standard of ecl atI on
Apply in wi ting to: Gteen
To tle Club, Gree Turtle CLay

140r.L
COCKTAIL
WAITRESS-HOSTESS
t or Pink Pussycat Club. Will
train looking for ex-secretaries,
x ai I i n e s etc Good
,ducl ation, attractive, well
S i o o m r d. A pleasant
atmosphere to work in. Hours
9 p.m. to 4 a.mn. Mr. Richard
22325.

C 14064
ACCOUNTANT witt,
approximately ten years
accounting experience for
position with Inter national
company with headquarters in
Nassau. Duties and
responsibilities will include:
Valuation of securities;
accounting foi 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.
Box N3229, Nassau.

C14053
SAINT AUGUSTINE'S
COLLEGE
Applications are invited tor
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 both modern arid
conventional Maths up to GCE
'0' Level
SCIENCE (with Mathematics
background) grade 7

BIOLOGY must be able to
teach up to GCE '0' Level
with minor oossiblv 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.

C 13688
MOVING?

For Expert Packing &
Forwarding by Sea or Air,
Contact E. H. Mundy &
Co. (Nassau) Ltd., P. O.
Box N 1893. Phone
2-4511.


APPROVED CARGO
RIGHTS


I


I HELP WANTED


C14076
A VACANCY exists for a
Process Clerk of responsibility
for collection of, and follow up
procedures. in respect of
accounts receivable App-
lic ants, preferably male
between 18-25, should be
capable of exercising initiative
and ability to work on his own.
Applications in writing should
be forwarded to:- John S.
George & Co. Ltd. P. 0. Box
6330 E.S. Nassau, N.P.

TRADE SERVICES
C13691

Pinder's Custoems

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, ?-2798
Airport 7-7434
FREE ESTIMATES

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

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


I TRADE SERVICES


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

C 14054
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.

C 14068
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.



GRAND


BAHAMA


HELP WANTED

C15041

GARDENER: for cleaning
grounds, trimming flowers,
landscaping and other
gardening
Interested persons apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL,
WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA. Personnel Office
between the hours of 9:00 a.mni
and 3-00 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Mailing
address: 158 Port Road, West
Palm Beach, Fla. 33404. E!ori
Martin. Jr., Personnel Director


I


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

AUTOMOTIVE MEN'S WEAR
Lucas Batteries Fashionette Ltd. 2-2376/7
Bay Street Garage 2-2434
MUSIC
BOOKSTORE .
B Cody's Records 2-8500
The Christian Boock Shop
5.-4506 OPTICIANS
BUSINESS FORMS Optical Service Ltd. 2-3910/!
Executive
Printers 2-4267/5-401 PRINTING

CAMERAS v, Wong's Printing 5-4506
John Bull 2-4252/3 Executive
2' .23 Printers 2.4267/5-4011
ENTERTAINMENT RADIO & T.V. SALES
Movies .:
Film & Equip. Service 2-2157 Carter's Records 2-4711

GARDEN & PET RUBBER STAMPS
SUPPLIES l Wong's Rubber Stamp
Moderristic Garden Co.. 5-4506

Nassau Garden & Pet 2-2868 SPORTS GOODS
Montrose Avenue 2-4259 I Champion Sport Land 2-1862


HARDWARE
John S. George 2-8421/6
~__________________Playtours


TRAVEL

2-2931/7


HOUSE PLANS R.H. Curry & Co.,
Evangelos G.Zervos 2-2633 : 2-8681/7

SLAUNDRYTRUCKING SERVICE
DRY CLEANING H Gonzalez Trucking
3-1562/2-4726
.- .v rimon! L r-: S dr ; TV REPAIRS
2-4406
C &


TO LIST IN
THIS DIRECTORY
CALL 2-1986 or 2-2768


3-5478

WINDOW/DOOR REPAIR
Window & Door Specialists
5-4460


FOR THE ACTION 100 WANT


^- ----- --mmm- m---mm-
Shop Nassau Merchants

For Business And Services A


A-ll n-'


T HELP WANTED
C15040
CERTIFIED WATCHMAKER
5 years experience in watch
repair, also jewellery repair
experience.
Bahama Jewelcraft Ltd., P. 0.
Box F-289, Freeport, G.B.I.
352-7528.


C15039
MECHANIC 5 years
experience in all phases auto
and truck repair, diesel work
Kent Motors, F-384, Queens
Highway, 352-7231.

C15012
MANAGE RESS/BEAUTICIAN
with 5 years experience.
Applicant apply in writing:
Modern Beauty Fashions, Box
F-620, Freepor t.

C15043
TRAINEES WANTED
Bahamas Oil Refining
Company (BORCO) requires
Train ee La b o i a t o i y
Technicians (male) in its
Product Control Laboratory.
Applicants should posses:
G.C.E. or equivalent
qualifications in Mathemiatis.
Physics and Chemistry arind
should be interested in learning
modern routine analyti al
t ec h n i u e s i including
chromatography, spectro-
photometry and analysis by
X-ray.
Qualified applicants may
contact the BORCO Pei'onnrel
Office. P. 0 Box F-243
Telephone: 352-9811.

C 15042
POSITION AVAILABLE FOR
MASTER MARINER
Island Cement Company
Limited, P. 0. Box 5140.
Nassau Bahamas, is seeking a
qualified Bahamian for Master
of the M;V "Island Cement", j
1500 DWT Bultl Ocean Ves-, I
Applicant must be at least 30
years of age, fully qualified as
to education arid profes'.on1al,
experience, posse ring a Br itit h
Soreign-Going Maiini Mtar
certificate.
Applicants to please apply ,
writing to the ',iiv,- addi ess
giving a full iesurne of
education, experience and
technical certification.


C15044
WANTED
1 TOYOTA DYNA ENGINE.
MODEL 5 R, 4 CYLIND)FRS
FOR GASOLINE
SECOND-HAND FNGINE
ACCEPTABLE Call:
33 3 3075 '6 tHERSEN F
BALLAST.

C15045
INDUSTRIAL PIPEFITTER
Five (5) industrial pipefitters
required for heavy industi al
mechanical work Must be able
to read blueprints, measure and
fit large and small welded pipe
assemblies, rig for heavy lifts.
Must have equivalent of five
(5) years field experience Send
written res u mrn e to:
Westhemeco, Ltd., P. 0 Box
F -2550, Freeport, Phone
373-4684 or contact Mr Rick
Penn, P. 0. Box F-2533, Phone
373-1735.

C 15034
TENNIS PRO: One (1) Tennis
Pro. Must be a professional
tennis pro; must be able to
take charge of tennis courts
and give lessons
KITCHEN PORTERS: Six (6)
Kitchen Porters. Must
clean kitchen area and area
around garbage bins
GARDENERS: Six (6)
Gardeners. Must be willing to
work outside all day and keep
grounds clean; must be willing
to keep lawns arid othei
grounds in good order.
HOUSEMEN: Ten (10)
Housemen. Must be willing to
clean hotel
SHAMPOO MAN: One (1)
Shampoo Man. Must be willing
to clean entire hotel; must be
willing to work as shampoo
man arnd shampoo complete
premises.
POT WASHERS: Three (3) Pot
Washers. Must clean pots and
pans in kitchen Must clean
kitchen.
BAR PORTER: One (1) Bar
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bar area; must be willing to
take ice from all areas of the
hotel to bars, also clean glasses
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Music Director. Must have
three years experience dealing
with Entertainment booking
agencies and wholesale and
retail travel agencies. Must have
superior administrative ability
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Must be a professional
entertainer; must be a classical
S ., at,. must be able to play
piano and read music.
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12


,AS$ LEAR A
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., TION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE

1" SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE


I Iin a foxy 3. Wing
S: mnner 4. Boil
:2 ddment 5. Party giver
DOWN 6 Grampus
7. Spirit
Ssor 8 Growing out
i, ,- 'k 9. Lassoes
1c 10. Leap
-. .-i--. -+- 12 Yokel
16. Three toed
// A I 19 Demure
20 Arctic bird
2/A i ? 2 Chapeau
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r // 24, Recording
artist's award
25 Route
26 Poplar
9 27 Confide
:28. Voting places
-.... 4- -~.....------- 29 Bay window
i 1 30. Hawaiian
.. --- parrot
/ I 31. Seconds
ST 33. Conservative
34. Among
36 Canaanite
S i month
S 42 38. Girl's name


CARROLL RIGHTER'S

a!IHOROSCOPER
from the CrroM Ritw Institue
GENERAL TENDENCIES: Force nothing.
\ Beauty, understanding others better, handling
cultural matters all are favored in a.m but it's advisable to
concentrate on building up health in afternoon. Evening then
is good for contacting, enjoying all others.
ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr. 19) Entertain at home tonight.
Stop being so emotional. Plan what is best for you to do.
Think along very constructive lines.
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) Get chores done early,
then you can go out with good pals for amusement. Drive
with utmost care to avoid trouble.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Plan budget to avoid worry
about money A trusted adviser is off base now, but a wise
person can be very helpful.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Stay on the
constructive side of life, instead of wavering in the opposite
direction After a hard day, you can have much happiness
tonight
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Fulfill promises made instead
of dashing out for recreation You can make big headway, so
don't waste time foolishly. Don't act erratically-
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept 22) You know what you want,
but waver from optimism to pessimism about it, so think
positive Have a quiet, relaxing time with good pals Contact
them early
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct. 22) Ideal day to solve problems
that are important and to increase prestige Do nothing that
can injure your good name
SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov 21) Get duties done, then
you're free of pressures Don't accept further commitments
you cannot meet Study modern trends very carefully for
future action
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec 21) Concentrate on
what means the most to you so you can have greater
happiness later in the evening Don't annoy an associate or
argue
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan 20) Try to understand an
associate better now who is acting in an unpredictable
fashion Enjoy social recreation with good friends after a
happy day's work
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb 19) You have a good deal
to do and won't be able to rest until evening, so keep busy
Build health Cut down on tensions
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar 20) Accept others as they are
instead of trying to change them and don't let their moods
annoy you Evening can be very fine


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'hat s powerful enough to crack ice You see.
at this time of year great walls of :ce form
around my father's castle and we need these
cracke-s to break them up


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so h.juge they could crush our castle I must
ge, back at once But how can you travel
w 'riut your wind whistle ? asks Rupert
d' s were you can help replies Jack
o aod find me a holIow iccle

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Rupcrt and the Ice Crackers-16


A hOicv, iccle ? echoes Rupo'n Is there
such a tnr.g And how would I Krow it was
hollow 7 Just tap all the ic cles until you
find one that goes ting says Jack
"That l be ;he ,o;o one i, hiasi e Rupet
goes to a drawer and takes out one of
Mummy s wooden spoons. Will this do for
tapping ? he asks. Yes. but hurry I cries


Jack I'll get dressed meanwhile." So
Rupert darts outside wondering where to start
his search for a hollow icicle. 'Ah, I'll try
here first," he murmurs, noticing a window-
s.ii festooned with hanging ice. But each time
he taps he nears only a dull sound. These
seem to be solid ones," he sighs
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I still remember the excite-
ment that gripped me," writes
W. Heidenfeld *White, to move
about this position lie reached
more than 4U years ago following
a rook sacrihce at Q6. Has
White nmv compensation for his
material deficit ?
Par times 10 seconds, chess
master: 20 seconds, chess expert;
1 minute, county player; 3
nunit es, club standard; 7
minutes. average: 15 minutes,
novice.

SOLUTION NO. 99,28

Chess Solution
Wlitte can. and did. force mate
by 1 Q Kt K-K ; (h. K - 2
B B4 ich K 4Q5 3 R Q h
K--B4 4 4B Q6 nae



Winning

Bridge
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Dealer South: Love All
North
K 10 9 X
SA 10 6
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South
A QJ 7 6 2
5 4
K4
4 K 6 2
South West North East
1 i 2 33 4 Pass
4 #
West lead. the K. which
h Ads, and continues with the
Q, won in dummy. How should
South play ?
ANALYSIS : After drawing
trump, declarer is tempted to
lead dummy s 10. discarding a
club. West is marked with the
J. so East can be kept out of
the lead and it mav be possible
to set up dummy's fourth olub
with one ruff.
That works well enough If
clubs are 3-3. What if they
break 4--2 ?
South can have his cake and
eat it, t o. All he need do is to
a'sh the 4K and 4A before
throwing a club on the 10.
It costs nothing and succeeds as
before if clubs are 3-3.
West East
S 5 443
Z KQJ973 8 2
AJ83 3 010765
10 8 64QJ 9 4
Here dummy's long club is
dead, but West is effectively end-
played. Having no more clubs.
he must either lead up to South's
OK or present him with a ruff
and discard. Either wav. declare
has his tenth trick,
London Erpress Seriee.


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Cheers!

It's


Red Rum

again


AINI R I lop weighted
Red Rum won the (,ranil
N national steeplechase ;il
Aintree today tor tn historic
second ealr in a towi
AI nericanownved L .sad rtl
held on to take second place
hbartes Dickens was third iii
the field of 42 starters at the
end of the punishing tour-i il',
85et ard cunitestl uer i30
fences.
Red Rum, ridden hb ngtlisi
jockey Brian I let iher t ii
tisowned bI h -yeatr lj d itl
btussnsinan Noel Ie. MC i
ntplcinl ia lare dctubIhle
I the sam e coihinllation o\)i
last \ cai Re:s nolldst,,m wi is
the last horse to win ltwo
in a o\w iIn l)35- .I
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-Reutemann Lynden reinstated
sweeps
TeH111 PRESIDENT of the Bahamas accused of making.
to Grand ,Association of Inter-School Sports, St. Augustine's College's phys
t dMr Rick Adderley, has reportedly education instructor Mr. H


Prix win


JO H A N F SBU IR G
A r g e n t i na's C'ai los
Reutelmann took the lead
atter 10 laps today and held
it to the finish to win the
South African Grand Prix in a
Brabham B144
Jean-Pierre Beltoise of
Finance finished second in a
BRM. Mike Hailwood of
Britain was third in his
M'Laren M23.
Provisional results placed
Patrick Depailler of France
tourth in a Tvrrell, Hans
Joachim Stuck of West
(ermany fifth in a March
and Arturo Mer/ario of llaly
sixth in an Iso.
Reutemann was never
seriousix challonqed by
anyone except for Niki Lauda
who starledt I rom the pole
posit ion in a lFerrari 31 2B.
Retutemann snatched the
lead from Landa and the
Austriain remained a strong
ruinncir up until the last fews
laps \when his crippled car
[pulled into the pits'
S v i t / r I and' s C'la
Riga//oni kept the ,ecolid
ior ks I-err;iri 312B in third
position ftor much of th' race
iintil tie too went into the
pits laiteii n ti, contest.
Belloise earned his second
place tinishl, hloweveri. e had
miianotiNvred deftly through
tlhe field, passing flailwood
and Depailler among others.
lespiite collecting no
poti ts. Regatzoni remained
in the lead in the 1974
o r inila One driving
cliami)(pionshii )
Regazioni had captured 10
points in 'lie ti wo earlier
championship raccs this yve.r.
Foir drivers were tied for
Wstoiid with nine points after
lodal\ s race-c\ inner Carlos
Reutt niaim ot Arrentiia.i
)De i.is itline of News Zealand.
Iminc'rson Itititipaldi of Brazil
and Mike tlailwood of
Britain.
Jean Pierre Belloise of
1raiice has eight points, Niki
Lauda of Austria six and
Jackie Ickx of Belgium and
Patrick lepailler of France
four each .
('arlos Pace of Bra/il has
three points and Hans
Joachimi Stuck of West
Ge rmani\s t 'wo. Ronnie
Pe person it S"weden and
Arluro Mcr/ario ofl lalv have
Ione point each.
Peter Revsoin was killed in
practice for the race last
week.
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reversed his decision and reinstated to
high school competition one of four
players whom the B.A.I.S. suspended

laudede Lynden of St. Augustine's
College along with Andre Wood and
Spurgeon Johnson both of Aquinas
college and Louis McQuay of A. F.
Adderley High were all disallowed
competition in inter school sports by
the B.A.l.S. because of certain
amateur status infringement they were


Red


- but he can't run


icat
Sugh


Lawrence told the Tribune that
following a meeting with Mr. Adderlev
it was pointed out to him that Lx nden
was in fact not a professional and thus
eligible to compete in the track and
field meet.
However. Lyiden still did not
participate. "Out of fairness to the
other people who were considered
professional and did not enter. I
cannot allow Claude to run," was the
reason Adderley gave, Lawrence said.


ly'nden sa, liec key figure in
S A.C's senior bo ys triple nump.
100.200. 4x IOo and 4\400 metres
events all of which were lost.
When questioned on the matter
which tie seemed reluctant to discuss.
Mr Adderley indicated that the four
above mentioned athletes were not
professionals. However, because of
their participation in the senior league
of the Bahamas Baseball Association,
their status was questionable.
T hercfcre, so as not to endanger the
status of other high school athletes
they were suspended.


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tip in the 4x100 relay to run
away with that event.
S.A.C.'s junior boys
conquest was not without full
effort. Their winning total of
39 points was just two more
than Government High School
with C. 1. Gibson a halt point
behind.
B. Russell clocked a 24.6 in
the 200 metres triumph.
Seconds came from P. Dorsett
in the 100 metres and R.
Bosfield in the triple jump. S.
Stubbs gave S.A.C. a third in
the 1500 metres.
Deputy headmaster
Vince Ferguson was very
pleased with his coaching staff
Martin Lundy and Hugh
Lawrence. "They did a
tremendous job in carrying on
the tradition of St. Augustine's
good hard competition and
fair play ."
Yesterday eventually turned
out to be a blue Friday for the
hig h ly competitive
Government High squad. After
holding S.A.C. to a mere half
point in overall total on the
first day, G.H.S. midway
through the meet gave way to
the surprise team St. John's
College.
However, G.H.S. continued
their domination in the senior
boys division topping that with
62 points. St. John's was
second with 53 while C. C.
Sweeting High held a 41t, third
place.
Although they were
outscored by five points in
yesterday's competition, their
accumulation of 37 on
Thursday coming from three
firsts, a second and a third
came to their rescue.
Nevertheless, coach Rick
Adderley wecs very mnuchli
pleased with his squad's
performance. "There have been
a few things which I know we
could correct and work on. but
I'm pleased with the work we
have done in the short time
available They have done their
best."
He had the highest resne-t
for St. Augustine's. "S..\ '.
from my experience over the
years have always been
competitive and they have
always produced very vere
good athletes, Ihat's a tact I
always expect SA.C. to be ont
top."
St. John's produced some of
the best competition ot the
day. but their efforts were
rewarded in the intermediate
girls only. lheir two firsts
came from V. Smith in the hi li
junip and in the 4 x 100 relay
Smith took second in the long
jump. P. Bourne contributed a1
third in the 200 nmetres and K
Dottin a second in the discus.
1 irst place resullr'. and times o I
tcsterda\ 's events stir gtirlt' 1hl
jump K Bull.ird (S .1V ) 15' "7"
Jr hot s hi jump ( I ltoimp'.on
(' .\\ .ll.) 5' 8". snr I',o.s shot K
turnquest (R.M.it.) 38' 1 '". ir
boys 200 m-It. Russell (S. \.C
24.6, inter girls 200m I
l.ightit urne (S.A.C(.) 27 0. inter
tbo'. 200 in t. Smith tI'H .il
23.8. snr girls 200i K Biullirl


St. Augustine's College's Stephanie Knowles shc
winning form and (below) C. C. Sweeting senior boy Ke
Rolle easily makes it over the bar.
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In relating the sequence of events
leading to yesterday's decision, Mr.
Lawrence said that on March 4 during
a B A IS. meeting Mr. Adderley told
those present that a certain official
said that any boy playing in the senior
league of the B.B.A. cannot run in the
inter-school meets.
Mr Lawrence said that he protested
immediately Hle wanted to know
when the B.A.I.S. received this
information because he had an athlete
competing in baseball which started a
few weeks prior to the meeting.
The reply was that they
received it "a few days ago."
"'I said to him, 'Mr.
President. I think you should
investigate this further and find
out.' He said that he would try.
Nothing came," Mr. Lawrence

About three weeks ago, Mr.
Lawrence continued, he called
Mr. Adderley informing him
that Lynden was being entered
in the senior boys division of
the annual high school track
I and field meet.
Permission was denied on
the grounds that Lynden was
professional. Mr. Lawrence
reffuted the claim. He
contacted the Bahamas
Olympic Association and the
Bahamas Amateur Athletic
Association and found out that
they made no official ruling.
Mr. Lawrence said that his
athlete was not professional
because he competed without
the knowledge that those
whom he competed against
were professionals. "If he is a
pro, it means that all my
athletes are pros because he
competed in my inter-house
meet."
Convinced now that Lyndeo
had not violated the amateur
ruling, Mr. Lawrence on
Monday again approached Mr.
Adderley informing him that
Lynden was scheduled to
compete in this week's sports.
"He (Adderley) said that he
was going to see to it that
Claude does not run."
Finally, on Thursday the
determined athletic instructor
once more pointed out to the
president the situation from
the rule book that Lynden was
still amateur. Apparently, Mr.
Adderley conferred with
people from the B.O.A. and
the B.A.A.A.
During the meet, Mr.
Lawrence said that he was told
by Mr. Adderley that Mr.
Arlington Butler, president of
the B.O.A. said that the
athletes were not pros.
"I said beautiful. I knew it
all along that they were not
ows professionals. That's why I
evin entered my man. I did my
home work. I went through the
rs) rule books," Mr. Lawrence
said. "Somebody enlightened
their ignorance on the rules."
However, much to his
Dismay, it was in the opinion
of Mr. Adderley that it would
not be fair to the other schools
whose athletes were considered
professionals and did not enter.

BEES


By GLADSTONE THURSTON

IIF THERE is a fuel
shortage, it did not effect
the "Big Red Machine"
y esterduy.
t sin g sk ill and
determination. St. Augustine's
College for the third
consecutive season captured
tour of six divisions taking top
honours in the two-day
minte-school annual track and
field meet.
Carrying an overnight total
oft 9'1 points into yesterday's
action S.A.C. combined for a
grand total of 1381t topping
the overall amount with 235,
With Denise Moss settinui
the pace on Thursday.
Stephanie Knowles sealed the
senior girls for them heading
two firsts, a second and a third,
contributing 24. points
\ yesterday to S.A.C'.'s inning
lotal of 42.
Besides controlling the 100
imetres with a quick 13.2, she
took tie last leg in the 4xl00
relay anchoring S.A.C. saftly in
53.4.
In winning the junior girls
division. S.A.C. were first in
the 4x100 relay and were
c.tisistent with two seconds
and teo tthirds in the remaining
'vents. Their combination in
the relay clocked 53.3.
Beating out their winning
seniors by I. second, theirs was
the fastest of the day. S.A.C.
won the junior girls division
c ith an overall total of 38
points, 20 of wc which were added
\ esterda
I heir b o y s in t he
i te I r mIII c d i aI t e section n
outl-cotpeted strong Fred
"Papa" Smith coached Prince
Wilhalins Iigh squad in taking
the ten point decision. Of the
eight events, S.A.C. scored
with three firsts, a second, a
fourth and a fifth compiling 3 I1
points to go along with their
overnight of 26. They did not
place in the 200 and 1500
ilnetres.
S Williams carried them to
victory in the 100 metres, G.
Wildgoose tied for first in the
high jump before they teamed


MacDonald sends Newcastle toWembley


LONDON Malcolm
MacDonald scored two goals
this afternoon to send
Newcastle United into the
final of the English soccer
cup for a record 11th time.
Newcastle downed Burnlev
2 0 at Sheffield's
Hillsborough Stadium.
The other semi-final
between Liverpool and
Leicester ended in a 0-0 draw.
Newcastle have won the
cup six times the last time
in 1955 and have been
defeated finalists four times.
The final is set for May 4 at
Wembley Stadium.
MacDonald took command
in the second half.
He aoDeared to be fouled
before scoring the first goal in
the 65th minute. But his
strength carried him into the


penalty area and the referee
player' the advantage rule and
waved him on.
The second goal in the
76th minute was superb.
John Tudor sent a long pass
upfield, Terry Hibbitt lilted
the ball cleverly over Colin
Waldron's head anid sent it
straight to MacDonald's feet.
The centre forward carried
it on a few paces and shot
comfortably past Stevenson.
A crowd of 55,000 saw the
game.
In the other game at
Manchester's Old Trafford,
Liverpool did all the
attacking but were foiled by
Peter Shilton, Leicester

1'nglish League
Division I
Birmingham I Sheffield United 0
Chelsea I Manchiester United 3


Division 4
Bradoird City 2 Torquay I
Bury 2 Barnsley 0
Darlington 3 Crew 0
I ceter I Peterbortugh 2
(;illinghiiamn 0 Reading I
Mansfield I Brenttfrd I
Newport 0 Lincoln I
Rotherham 3 Chester 2
Scunthorpe 2 StockportI 1
Swantsea 0 DonIcaster 0
SCOTTISH Ll .AGU
Division I
Aberdeen 2 l-ast lFife 0
rhroath 0 P'atrick Thistile 3
Celtic 3 Dumbarton 3
Dundee Lnited 2 Ayr United I
Dunfermline Dundee S
Falkirk 0 Hearts 2
Hibernian 3 St. Johnstone 3
Division 2
Ct'lydebank I Berwick 2
Hamilton 2 Q. of the S. 0
Kilmarnock 3 Albion Rovers I
Montrose 5 St. Mirren o
Queen's Park I Iasuit Stirling I
Raith Rovers I Brechin I
Stirling Albion I StenK lutir 0
Stranraer 4 Forfar 2


EDGE

SAINTS
THil BATS of third baseman
Hired "Chicken" 'laylor and batting
champ Anthony "-Poker" Huyler
combined for four hits from six
times at hat. scoring three runs and
two rhi's leading defending champs
Bei ks Bees to a 54 edge over Del
Jane Saints last night.
I acing losing pitcher Kirk Smith
lirce times, Taylor rciinniecttd for
two hits a double aind a triple,
scored one and knocked in two.
Hutsler's three at hats contributed
two hits and two runs scored.
Don Tat lor in picking up the win
steered Becks ti their sixth triumph
in seven placed. The Saints took
their fourth loss against six wins.
Vianny Jacques' infield hit in the
bottom of the fourth started Biecks'
winning rally. He was advanced to
third on Roosevell Turner's blast
that went through second and
short.
Sonny Haven's ground out to
short stop scored Jacques for a four
all tie.
turner was later given an easy
passage e home for the winning run
hen H tuyler's ground hall was
mishandled for a run scoring error.


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! '\ lt l i i 3 C i iiit, 0
H)tieltls Park R.ancers 0 iecrhs 0
Stkc ii \ s'iti.il (i
1 I tclllutll 1 t I 0 lr' i 2
\c 't Ham 31 Iceds
ittisitin 2
itnsitol tin 0 I ulianm I
t irlisil 5 SNindoni I
I utnll 0 \iddleshoruugh 1
\lillwai ll 0 N' tt' 'oiitl 0
Nitllinehaiu I t(rest I n'r stal i'. 2
Oifurd 0 llition 2
Portsimouth 0 Blackpool 0
I'restion O rient I
Sundetrland I tll Ctit> 0
k5es t irnnwich 2 Cardiff 2
Division 3
Bournemouth v. tHalitax
postpone d
Cambridge 0 (nrimsb v
Chesterfield 0 Bristol R 0
Herenford 3 Southiport 0
Huddersfield 0 Southend 1
PI'l mouth 2 Blackburn I
Rochdale I Port Vale I
Shrewsbury 0 Oldham 2
Walsall 0 Tranimere I
Wrexham 4 Charlton 0
York City 3 Brighton 0


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