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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: April 1, 1974
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Luote ORGNL CJ

BIAY STReEET
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CO. OETAS&.eMT OA AVE.


t elga al with Poeunastw of Bahames for postage conceaetons within the Baham..> assau and a ama Islands Leadin
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VOL. LXXI, No. 109 Monday, April 1, 1974 Price: 20 Cents


-Ylouth dele ates



elect Le w 1s


Snew leader


Leave chicks off the


present list this Easter
THE BAHAMAS Humane Society is appealing to the
public not to give baby chicks to children as Easter
presents
The Society pointed out that chicks and other Easter
pets such as young rabbits need proper care and attention
just as any animal does.
"ex leuseatn te tiny animl ar rd yury, tey t'Pa e

ln psn yars baby c icks hav ebeen givan away asupnrzes

Society has, when it has been made aware of the situation
intervened in the interest of the animals."
chre Soci ty has asked that anythnie taneirsthoopirese t
remain 1 any oThne Icuddly little chicks dn't s ay Hu f

chickens, and if you aren't equipped and prepared to care
for full-grown chickens don't buy Easter chicks."


24 weekend accidents


in the righ~ engine so the

sh t it don.. wetth sayh
a snpl angn peprformnrnasei

th he incident did not pos a
aircraft, he said.
This morning members of
the Bahama Islands Airline
Pilots Association (BIALPA)
pointed to Saturday's episode
a rocf o h h er f

"Pie Minis er aLto mb


qualities which were shown
by the crew of Fliglht 41 on
which he and Mrs. Pindling
werempassen ers," a BIALPA


PRIME MINISTER
ilnden Pind en andamrag

Bassenge s aBtatrd ja

a -en ade aa neccessf l
Nassau International Airport
Saturday morning.
SThe Pindlings were
returning from Freeport at
about II.30 a,m. when one

epricenced h comro s

ai orBaham c ni spok sa

occurred while the aircraft
was holding for another plane
to land
indTae instrument pronel


Baham~asair ilighlt: have be
held rpanywherehfrom i
del ys increasing as the (

Further talks betwe
management and
Aasociation were schedu
Mir 4 p.m. today at
M nistry of Labour office
Mr. Murray Law, net
ap ned di ector oftrain




inconvenience caused
travelling public as a result
the d is pute wi
management.tdaBA
"At Saurda BIL


A BAC Il l


tIP fP nte d noieo

m agaementt Friase la

night voted to begin a
work-to-rule slowdown the
next day.
aSince the slowdowanbiegan


dipt eat nhe m nae e
company's refusal roagree t

pilots. They claim Bahamasair
is insisting on an agreement
that would put the pilots on
gh u meorlevel as unskilled


DELEGATES attending the
first annual general convention
of the National Youth
Congress on Friday elected as
their new leader for the 19)74-5
te m, uMrit Hu nrt Le ( the

representative at the four day
Mrio wis was elected from

incl ding Mrth encntn Bon
Iedn ah member C~rand
Sa 1e P. Bain, Kemp Road


:d or election as
N.Y.C.' f re
In A..' Morm r
declined the

e attending t
n of Mr. Alfred
e controversial
Interdenomina-
istian Youth

nominated, an
the session
neth Adderley
withdrawal on
he was not
;test as he was
iding elections

A. Dorsett
outh for Action
incn B on

re e ente a


s elected were
)ur, treasu er

lurchill Rol i

fElks as the


organisation s Public Relations
Officer. Both, treasurer and
scrliiarhb ae lcelegates from
Assistants to the treasurer

dyth et cti e ofoth Cee r
Committee of the National
Youth Congressth lcin,

del gte endngue ts attending

aROLuahaendL au atnHawthone
Grand Bahama delegation.
During ha second social
session, the delegates were
mnvite ni ta reception bat

Governor General Sir Milo an?
Lady ou ur-dayfolonvention

en ed Snay flowing an
I terencaninat nla rel gou
Botanical Gardens.
Delegates and persons
attending were addressed by
the Rev. Rex Major, basing his
sermon on the convention
theme: "Unity Breeds
Str ngth. 'd
He a monished the
gathering to ensure that they
lxad a concrete motive for
unity and this, he also told
them should not be based on
class or caste or colour
Colour. as a tie for unity was



tper eternal br bleems beinl
whites, and also the situation
recently caused by the war in
tiora werre bla native

grndt he ido unselled dt
their endeavours.


1.BAHAMASAIR is to
stari *cutti~i' staff and
schedules in an economy
move intended to reduce
operating expenses. board
chairman William C. Allen
A mid-day statement from
the chairman said the revised
schedules will begin May 1.


The reductions-. he said. were
uue to s.elfere increases in
operating expenses as a result
of escalating fuel prices and a
heavy payroll burden.

mustebr on a rgrar e

consolidating aimed at
substantially reducing
operating expenses and at the


same time improving operating The a
performance," Mr. Allen said. mechan
He emphasized that the circling
board of directors' decision to national
redc staff andbschedules was to land
"we believe itteis absolutely Ths Ar g
security of the company's in
emp oes and the welfare of endang
The chairman disclosed that it o
cee
since last June, when the flag wereuto
carrier began operations, to shutdo
February, the company has bh
accumulated a substantial icd
inci
operating deficit.
Mr. Allen said that the Ltmi
understanding and support of
Bahamasair employees and the piosd
general public are paramount o
at this stage of the company's cai
development. rag
Bahamasair has a staff of profess:
400, 52 of whom are pilots flight (
each Tri taet th arie wa a' ason

h ,ln, ttio s gnfican Flgt 4
contributor to high operating ghe Pi
costs. TePi
The company's general aur in7
manager 19ax Healey quit the in ove

alleged di uiteenwithnthetboard bee ea

the airline efficientiv- Incidents
Aloarrdvehairman weilitiat Sat rd;
Bahamasair was experiencing a the
shortfall of some $250,000 interna
annually between fuel costs said, b
and air fares. read
about
Earlier Mr. Healey had told a Mr. P
Kiwanis group that the airline's diap
fuel bill in January had would
climbed to 5250.000. te
Bahamasair pilots are empha
presently agitating for wage place (
increases .and began a to put
work-to-rule slowdown particu
Saturday to try and bring secure
management to an agreement. bargain


Assistan t

By NICKI KELLY employme
AFTER FIVE YEARS of Hence the
selvihee the as itant librarian just fica

aleedly with te just c u repor dly
Mrs. Florence Ramsey, wife consultation
of FNM executive officer Fred six other
Ramsey, was on March 8 given appointment
two weeks dismissal notice by librarian a
Mr. Prescott Davis, whose Bahamian
brother Lionel, present M.P. have angel
for Fox Hill, stood against Mr. district.
Ramsey in the 19712 general The Tr
election, that a
In his letter to Mrs. Ramsey, under the
Mr. Davis said the decision was Marie Fer
reached "largely because you 100 signa.
have failed to respond -to Fox Hil
on-the-job training given during immediate
your several years of Davis fre


aircraftt developed Yot r ~~
rical difficulties while Re-nominate
g over Nassau Inter- prsdent, the
ll Airport preparatory lera r, Carlto
ing (see story above). K.R.Y.A.,

ov ee) anseshut dotn e 0 etio l
flight, without the nomination
ering the aircraft or D. Sears, th
:cupants. Passengers leader of the
naware of the engine tional Chr
wn until the landing Association.

u pilrna ep inas thu Although I
t while taxiing to the objection by
al. chairman, Ken
spokesman for the precipitated his
assoiaton sid:"lt grounds that
association said eligible to con
the Bahalso the pres
ins t ( aamasair) ofcr
!mentth refuses ao Ofcr
ional judgement of its Mr Sdey
crew" bu tha Mr (Kemp Road YI
ires bu ina uhat ide
Ar. gop n
e indiste sdthat terofie
pawn a he brefu Mi oS
d ind sba a e an IeCo
Mtesiabtive of tew skl earmn

similars t last a'eli y
payssne hve ca trens Tir wo Sy
word 'sn lumeadif ng Wnt
Itioa air carres, awyhe NTWO WOME
upeit nver once dkid he Paradien Isla
pilot's saeetweedb



it the following day. appeared in th
'indling expressed court this morr
oval that BIALPA them carrying
attempt to use him in separate char
manner it did and them of beingpp
sized that it is not the Both wome
of union spokesman the charge of
words in his mouth, soliciting men f
llarly in an attempt to purpose," plead
leverage at the and had their ct
ring table. by Chief Magi


librarian


Hercules to a later date for
trial.
Valerie Clarke, of Deveaux
Street, was ordered to return
to court on April 17 and
Louise Ande rson, an
American, married to a
Bahamian, was told to return
on May 27.
Clarke, before pleading not
guilty, told the court that the
two officers had blackmailed
her. One of them, she
attempted to explain, came


:N, arrested at
d during the
police officers.
re magistrate's
ning one of
a Bible on
ges accusing
prostitutes .
n, answering
"persistently
or an immoral
led not guilty
ases adjourned
istrate Wilton


ROAD Traffic Department
authorities said today that 24
accidents occurred during the
weekend resulting in two
cyclists being hospitalized for
Cnuees. e Whitfield, involved
in an ac ident on Sunday along
East Bay Street is detained in
fair condition at the hospital
authorities. said '
T'he 17 year-old youth


collided with a car driven by
the Rev. Henry Rolle of
Yellow Elder Gardens at 11
a.m. yes edy.
Also detained in fair
condition is Craig Nicholls, 18,
who was injured Friday at 4:40
p.m. when his motor-cycle
collied with car N.P.E. 16 I
which was driven by Herman
Thompson of Foxdale.


bluIEMIBBURanod Fac
its intention to revise the terms
on which it joined the
European Common Market
(E C) ws "u acc ptable.icel

ebeein of thheEE Coni o
Ministers immediately after
British Foreign Secretary
James Callaghan presented a



(Nassau Store Only)
SEE

NOW IN FULL SWING

gg rol or


negotiation demandsUnite
Kingdom's memberships (See
Story Page 2).
A pledge to secure better
tnums eoB iain n tpe tEC

oerture tth C nerativeas in
general elections last month

MAN REMANDED .

HERBERT Knowles, 18, of
Wilson Tract, was remanded in
custody when he appeared
before Chiof Magistrate Wilton
Hercules charged with rape.
The youth, presently servinS
an 18-month prison term
imposed at Freeport, was
remanded mn custody until May
27.


:nt at the library.
e library can see no

t mploym nt."yor
.am eyt ocismissal --
on with the library's
trustees and the
ent of a Jamaican
lnd an inexperienced
as assistant librarian,
ered residents of the

ibune has been told
citizen's committee,
chairmanship of Miss
nander, has solicited
tures from people in
ll demanding the
Removal of Mr.
om the board of


trustees as well as the
immediate removal of the new
librarian ant t ssista t Librarian.

su mitted iigtoneE uaon
whose Mini st ry has
responsibility for the library.
According to an informed
source, Mrs. Ramsey, herself a
Fox Hill resident, was one of
three women who five years
ago sat a Ministry of Education
exam to qualify for the job.
Mrs. Ramsey passed and was
hired by Mr. Emmett Johnson,
then chief librarian with the
Ministry. Since she had no
experience she was attached to
the Southern Public Library to
be instructed by the librarian


there.
SF ollowingrlierR training a

st rarup an oeonedHi~ts dos
She ran the library for one year
with complete charge of its
diba oay operations until a
Mrs. Christine Frith served
there for four years, continuing
mean time to train Mrs.
Ramsey, who acted as her
assistant. Mrs. Frith left the
library to have a baby and
subsequently resigned.
It was generally believed
that Mrs. Ramsey would
succeed Mrs. Frith to the post
of librarian, the source. said.


Instead however, Mr. Prescott

a~n utrire dgir who qt afteed
eA ohr woman was then
bought n from one of the
other libraries, but she too left
at reportedly Dcoming into

The library chairman is then
said to have engaged
Jamaican, Miss Anldrey Leigh,
to take over asr librarian and
hired a Long islander who lives
at Oakes Field to serve as
assistant librarian.
Residents of Fox Hill claim
that besides
the ~dr
occuPYill


hoacrainee



man gets

45 year

sen 0nce
BAHAMIAN Basil Miliie,
who jumped 5200,000 bail
during his trial in Miami on a
cocaine smuggling conspiracy
charge, was sentenced in

Mbs ni a e s 4 ears in prison


Milerr ws "desthiekd ews
government agents as the
leader in the plot."
Charles Gibson, another

Bla5h,00 bail in thhe sam myased
was sentenced in absentia to 15
years' imprisonment and a
$25,000 fine.
Since absconding Miller has
been living in Freeport and
Gibson in Nassau, source:, told
The Tribune tod y. Stra'


trial judge, Chief U.S. District
Court Judge Charles Fulton,
ra hs life threatened during
Miller and Gibson were
convicted by a Miami jury for
conspiring with five Americans
to smuggle ten pounds of
cocaine worth more than $1
million from Jamaica into
Miami late last year.
Miller was arrested in Puerto
Rico on November 9. Arrests
of the other defendants took
plae 11 rbu nthed samemtimteh
while the jury were
deliberating on their verdict.
Then Naws q otd Judge
circumstances in this case
cranywere extlnordi',,..y.
The jury had retired and were
considering its verdict when
evis man justmtaod tff x rani
tis ran an bring hi b sktto

It was during Friday's
sntencing o a minor figuuremi

revealed that his life had been
threatened.
Lawyers asking for leniency
for the convict about to be
sentenced pointed out that by
testifying for the government
t he cony ict "risked
assassination and his life was
threatened."
The Judge commented:
"Well, I can tell you now
that my life was threatened,
too, during the course of the
trial."

JuLater, t dhis Chambers, te

tsk etry ad "copnited b
obscene language."
The Ameiasi th cs
were giv Ien sn ecs ran gi
fop sfive months to five years

RUTH ROBERTSON DIES
MRS. Ruth Robertson, a
Na:s. :::i:": f':'s eas:::
Halifax, Nova Scotia. Funeral
services were to be held this
week in Halifax.
Mrs. Robertson, wife of the
late R. J. Robertson, is
survived by two sisters, four
children, 17 grandchildren and
one great-grandchild.
The family has asked that
instead of wreaths donations
be made to either the
American or the Canadian
Cancer Society



de to


any one of a number of
unmlm ned ox Fill girls

The Tribune made sevrral'
efforts to contact Mr. Davis
today but was unable to do so.


Who


Grib~unt


N Bh~AI


(Z


Pindlings in one-engine landing


,RSOCBOER

FOUGH'Y

'COVER-UP'

ATTEMPT
NEW YORK The

eaded scuir its tuodr prwo e
of Robert L. Vesco told the
Mitchell-Stans tury today he
resisted efforts by his superiors
to prevent disclosure of

cmaign 0

Sp r in, diir cto Oftan
cnorceiment divisionE h the
Commiss on testified as t
con pirc tri oM fre

Secretary Maurice Stans started
its seventh week.
Sporkin said that he was
trying to find out the source
and use of $2,50,000 in cash
that Vesco transferred from
theBahamas to Ne Y rk i


Vesco employees shortly
before the Nov. 7, 1972

"'S:.,Li said William Casey,
then chairman of the SEC
telephoned him on Nov. I ang
asked if it wouldn't be possible
to postpone the appearance
of those Vesco aides because it
could be "'politically
embarrassing "
"I told him the testimony
would not be post oned." said
Sporkin. "I said it would be
\vrong.dThis was not the way to

Casey pursued it a little
further, Sporkin said, but
Sporkin told him emphatically.

judgment in this matter. Sone
day you will be thadkcful."
Other witnenesses have
testified that Mitchell tried to
get easey to oprtver nt r in

tVhese~ an is aie el tinkf the
fifth amendment before the
ShC pro tr uh oele tion and
become public for several
months
The two former cabinet
officers are accused of
conspiring to conceal Vesco's
contribution, to impede the
SEC investigation in return for
the under-the-table cash and of
lying to a grand jury about it,

SLOOP OVERDUE
"THE ANDROMEDA", a 35
ft. hite lop i eoted

Ma buaen to P r-lePlate on
bhe our IinicanndRepubtew Orn
and their two sons.
The sloop left Mayaguana on

esen Caicoss Inlands a d

hasB S anhd the US os
e in thelPuerto Rico are


Ititution
to the table where she sat and
began to flatter her saying he
admired her looks and
complexion.
"He seemed so naive and
country-like," Clarke told the
magistrate. Following the
taking of her plea the woman
left court clutching her black
leather-bound bible.
Both women are accused
of trading in prostitution
between March 21 and 31 at
Paradise Island.


scare -


een committee meeting it wa
lalf recognized that i ee pit tss

day uirqhnasalBaha m b neag
een by the airline management.
te sub-sta dard sal riese and
led working conditions for the
he last three-and-a-half years, the
:es. airline pilots find it
wy particularly disappointing
in tha tte shud be xle e


PA carrier slm ld pr vidie ssad
he it seemed that on
tof ahny occasions the
ith Baamasair management
PAefue teo rcognize the sk I


DLN

DEPLORES
Raam sIrSPIILOTS


DRAMA TO


to


CU1C


PA Y ROW

PRIME MINISTER L~ynden
Pindling today issued a
statement deploring the
manner in which the
Bahama Islands Airline
Pilots Association (BIALPA)
linked its current wage
dispute with Bahamusa rd t

involving the operation of
Freeport Flight 41 on which
ss angelvrs. Pindling were


baS sa ff


accused of pros


France blocks Britain


sackcing an ers resi





2 The Tribune t Monday, April 1, 1974


Doctors face stampede


Beat the burglar ... by --


l8RVing your bed unmade


G 'rllr S





Sto fr ee


captives

E:ritreain I thmus:





gurrlas h ave~ll cfpllrati so I
release five~ capthiol e n ;tr' :!
and ICjanai i ti II th~: .ii



wasp"' the on li deman i.: -

Htihe rleas o ~ the I:,i \



and theyv appea.r il i~ 'i










go sp-I.irit 1n ni



physi a 11 11rght


i...


Callaghan told the EEC
Council of Foreign M~inisters:
"I stress that I do not hope


11 cIaiy We se a fi

Th!e British Minister said
the United Kingdom's new
minority Labour government
wanted changes in the
application of the EEC's


the terms of economic and
monetary union.


n o': t n o11~~ te n n ed !_~ji a








li' par ckal uP~ 1

Wala 1 ake wi 0


~LPlin~m;


LONDON Britain's
doctors were faced with a
stampede for free birth
cotrlpils whenopdei

The doctors and Britain's
Famay Plannmg Association
:::,,dis rems that 011
them such short notice to set
up a system of free
contraceptives and birth
control advice.
Social Services Secretary
Barbara Castle surprised
medical men last Thursday by
announcing the service will be
available as of today through
the national health system,
to all Britons regardless of age
or marital status.
"The public must realize
that a full, free family
planning service cannot be
available tomorrow." said a
statement from the British
Medical Association Sunday.
doe t associtiionwilsai
swamped with appointments
for advice and the pill and


"We will not be prepared
to put back appointments for


Il \\1\ \t ie




n; -\~.~ \11 t








\i nk


watnod of a rpossible





nowniiltlgtor np the ta


teams to hunt for the bodie\ of missing
Jcowis sunicr troni te O. ohr wa
TIhe high c~osmnnnd also charged
1gyptian s~ldie~rs on the east bank ofI the
sue, ('3nal alas week re'striclted Israeli
search teams to the a1~;rea around (Oanlt;ra
at the northe~rn e.nd of the waterwal
Is mteni accenie. Miniistts M-oshC 1) v3n
said today diurlng a1 television interview
that he opposed creation of' a separate
\late, of Palestinle b~cause "there Is no
rooml fo~r another state there" and the
cou~tntrt would have no: outlet to the~ sea
''his rs ouir security, this is, our
homieirnland he said w-hen asked why It
should mrake anyl diffre~~nce to, Israel "It
Isn't just up, to the P'alestinians It isn t
just what they wan 311f)Ctoo." (AP~)



Us faces





says EEC
es were HI S1L Bcl~ o
2.34 RSIL e1s f
nhethe ene1rgy irisis thle Unltedl
y aeStates iouldl be in for "vltual l
in the n t
197 redciits In a1 rep~rt.
:hicagoi Ouitsidec the nine icounitries.
orted a
anay It a ~1. iheffeezs of l1;. iis
with lwn wno tit
y' total h r rth np ditdl ttlL
d with
I hius sa da tht cs ltlvet

firm's no eido eylw


ire able rpomn a ea o



inds of adsugpol okn y
e ste their first jobs
levision he rdito r
alltherotalrned in1 a set oft guidelines' ~
the
ts say: the, executive iommriss in r
kind of .h mmbrsaehv
electro_ i nclreasingl taken to adoptring 11
,ter to poI'(1~!ci masures without p~ror ,
rt m t heco 1 i 1
ler said omlans
neither Cecmiso rdcs
led the ~onsumeiir priicet nses thi~ vear
m other otf to, 15 Perl cent. wage C


t al!~ !rlant. ther mdiitary
_i ind! I~ the gyptianss of
n~~ rn, Israzl search


i'tspend
es. iak

crcal
om. and


whichl complete figure~
availablee. there were
miillion burglaries
icountry. The burglar
Iirnped 38 per cent
isve year period from
to, 1972. The C
Police Department rep
\tharp increase in J
b~urglarries compared
193,~ and Ithe Februar
was\ 3.538 compared
i 163 a year ago.
Miller said his


burlar13S operate and a



.'There are two k
huirglars," he said. "On
kinld yout see on te
andrl thien there are

Miller a consulltanl
they don t know the
burglar w~ho uses
nuagnets and helicop
tk~h~ daulinlg tjwe ~e
riw\ \llI the rest ar~
self taught or learn
trade in prison fror
thieves." he says. He
says that burglars don
time stakmng out h us

thl uilg a nreihbmarhi
the beclieve niobody i:
thley break in. The
timei is b)IUEtwee 6 p)
II' p~.m


(fl tli l Hugar t
oneI orf theZ most,\ rqu11ll


Mile f aI Iinni that

manufC tr b rlr an




la Ilthwart thanll 11ltln


11hr1\ nam e burrl rll l? re 11 o II~T.lthe


!inal he(,1 pro oun Il/lnll merras
;II ilwman
when~~ 10 hate a


PR INCE10\O Sent
dw ~rd t~enne~\ ps st1 r 1It the

Democrats cosidre re



liesterdll U.1 pe'rc d

Dem'c~r cts questtioed in the ~-ll
!iiltt recen~it pull Alahama i
(nLvv (;eorge (' W'allaic \ras

.A Novemberr 1)73 ulrvey
ishowed~ Kenned\~ with a simlilar .



lie~nri Jackson of Wa;Shington 1
Enlovtle Ilitu e tilet fr tir ~h r




per icnt. wht!!e Mlusklte sllpped

perr ccnt
Ihe~re was no fourth place
!Ic ause of ne not fOr tirr

So n o rg Mhcla ltievrs
nomin~nee. held luss .fifth
poeitionr Senr A~dlai

sixth poi',to.. Sen Birch Bd!h
of Indianaii remralcine In
seventh.~l ;Ind Senl Walfte


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EDWARD KENNEDY

eihhplcVell ahead
Senators WIilliamn Pro~inure
of W'isconsin. John Tunnel~ of
California. and Robhert Bvrdl of
Wecst Virginar r~ceived~l onei per
iient each.
Vteither Kenned\~ nor
wanlacc 113S acftid'd whernc to
runr. Tfhe po~llste~rs alzc aiked


The a
Amencan
were
trip wh
seved


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Train tragedy

A men~rtal panen~it icomnu~tted
suicdlt e by throw~ling himslell lin
from~i of a train: tod~ay.
Bu~t whenr the trainl b~raked,

aInd killed the enineel r and f
I~lin~lue 15 oft its piassengrc~s.


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orT April l~th 1974




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NASSAU AND FRI IPOr I


Hurglars usuallyv knock on
door\ andl if somerone turns
out to be homen they pose as a
salesman who has the wrong
address
'A sure tip oft tol the
burglar is to see thle same
light burning all the time.
A~ncther is a perfectly clean~ell
hiouse. If womenl would leave
the hedt muiss-d up. we'd
never have burglaries," he


Burglars are frightened


hur lai r itel r <~ili rt> r "
bculse."" (P


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BRITISH Fore ig n
Secretary James Callaghan
(pictured) today handed the
Common Market a list of
demands for renegotiation of
the United Kingdom's EEC
membership


Athens
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W s HING; FON Sc~retar)
of Started Henry Krissinger~ >'
that by\ s-igningi the Pa3ri

wvar the UnitedJ State

i olun littedrr iftself po Iti llr

ecomini)ll c aid to) Soultth

Kiissinger s ~commeniit was
conitainedf ini a letter to, S~n
Edwou~l liennedti\ who, said it
"seems to propounl d ,1 new
ratonl id zatlon for oucr
ionltrrnued heatvy~ involvemnent
Iin Ind~c~hina
Kernney noted the~ Parts
ag~reemel~nt t ever was subm~ritted
to, thle Senate as a threat for
ratify ic~ation and added
"Rather than hart a new
beginning, the administration s
interpretation of the Paris
agreemntpn is perpetuating old
relationships and continuing
old policies.. as if nothing had
changed "
In his letter outlining U.S
policy objectives in southeast

States ''a o bladtetra U, t
c o mmi tmle nt to t he
government of the Republic of
Vie~tnamn.
But under the Paris
agreement. he said: "The
United States committed itself
to strengthening the conditions


whiiih madeft the iase-fire
possib~le and11 to theC goal1 of the
Souith Victnamellse peop'le s
right to \elt-f dettenninratlclon
'With the~se iiommritmeicnts In
riind." he said1. "We continued d
to Provide` the' Republlic. of
Vietnam~ the meltans n~cecssary
for Its self-defence- andi for its
fcrotnmic~ viabiity
K~issingecr said also that1 the
L'nitedJ Sta~tes is oblrgated
because of its Ilong involvement
in Vietnaml and It!, natiional
self-interests in achieving a
stable government there
"We have thuls c~ommlitedi
very substantlally, both
politically and mrai~rll,"
Kissinger said.
K en ned y sa id t he
administration's Indochina
commitments will cost about
$3 million this year.
in his letter. Kissinger said
that while talks between
Washington and Hanoi on
pos inee UtS Nreconstri union
broke off last July. the United
States is still prepared to
proceed with such aid, with the
approval of Congress.
Kissinger said also that for
the moment Laos is the bright
spot in Indochina but that
serious military problems
remain in Cambodia. (AP)


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TO FREE

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for plotting to free Myra
Hindfley, one of Britain's
miost nortorious mrurderers
fromi prison.
E x-non Patricia C~airns. 30-
had a love affair with Hindley
while working as an officer
in Holloway womecn's prison
in London. the Old Bailev
criminal court was told.
Hindl~y. 3 1. who is serving
a life sentence for the killings
of two children, received a
token 12 mionthi s~ntenuce for
her part in the plot.
Another prisoner. Mlauine
Croft. 22, who ac~ted as
In.snc I he c me, r a~~
All three womecn hiad



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bi th





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people needing treatmentii.
which we will have to do, it
we let in people just to ge t
the pill." said gyneco~logist
John Reidel. spokesmnan forr
the Regional Hospictal
Consultants and Surgeonsl,
Association.
"A minister muist niot tulrn
round and offer this serve~
when it cannot be done"
The Faiy Planningr
Association. which ope~rates
1,008 clinlics. arll but 50 ofI
which w~ill provlde` t~ree
contraception. saidi her will
try to co~pe aInd onllyv hole
hait non i~lt ha~et rt 11:1~
log wit ii lion have t a t six


ksme ~rll It ppcrrint no
then.'' the asscianonr~r addedc!
(AtP)


K en ned y s i ront as



HEs OSpopular 7 1 &INOCrT


TRIBUTE TO


CHURCHILL


US 'committed


aid South Vietnam


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S, Sa lerrquses only natural
--entholOthntteartificial
kind. Thaes why Salem
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EDITORIAL


Dust from Africa




IN TI~illS iolumnlr recenltly I told youl of a drought Iin Atnac~ that
hia\ brouight starv~ation anid dealth to hundreds o.f thousands of
Afnca~ns andc nowii thlreatens th~e hives of` millions mnore on the D~ark

An1 effort Is hanrlg mad3e by charitable organizations in western
countries tio re~ieve this condition but it is so vast and spread
oversuc a wde rea thiat relief efforts are only touching the

su taced the p ro etll~ abutf thiS gra\ve cond~itioni bCCau1~Se we' are
too~ far Iremovedt imm11 thc s~cene of` thlis diSaSterT for It tl be
Llonsidered 'l` eatl Inlterest to peoPle inl our1 part of thle wo~rld.
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thiat everY 100! mliecs fnrom the centre of1 an evnt ve temot
serious news- Ilrose molcre anid moire interest.
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The Departmlent has miaintained a dust measuring stations in
Barbados SIn1Ce 1965~i, anJ sinIce that time there has been anr
alannling~ ise` ln the dust levels fromn Africa. In the last three years
alone theI dust ha~s increased three-fold, and in 1973 th~ere was
hCY; moi~re thtan in1 197'.
Non1 aic~crding to, the Detpartmnent of Commlerce, is this mrellyrc
an1 unIComo rtabltbl' 'leruosity. The overCropping of the Sahara Can1
have geological results of` great magnitude and we miay see this
as thec perfect example of the worst worries of the world's
environmentaltllissts who mnainltain that small changes in land use
andt p~ollutio, n intenlsity canl becomell inc'redibly' magnified ini their
et'tc~cts.
Thle Sahara dust can1 damage the ecology of the Caribbean
pennanently `I'. C There m be unIwlc'ml e changes in tropical
weather. the solar energy balance mnay be affected, and the
equality' of air th~roughlout the region may be diminished.
The adventurers of thle past whether African or European
took m1any~ weekls to cross the ocean. Dust, however, is quicker.
andic it seemls to brinig evidence of the enonnous strength of the air
cut rents whtichl hnIk theC continents. The US Department of
C(IIICCCome ce v saystha the dust comes across in batches which
rlthy call pulses and these pulses usually take no more than a
fe'w day~s to, comell fromll the far interior of West Africa to
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VILTER J Of 1N SON
uwo-hn -at fi ~ear lidw
Johnson of Ida Street. is
"doing well" following
corrective heart surgery on
friday at the Princess Margaret
tlospital. She has been moved

ibick to the t~id n' wrd or
post-operative recup~eration.
which is expeuctd to be about
a week
D~r. Jamres R Jude
prominent heart SUrgceon ;tld
director of the (`arlov35cular
( centre at St. F`rnc~is Hospital
on Mialli t803ch. perTIrmled
the operation,. assilsted by Dr.
MIar :3Tringtor n of thle PTincCss
Margaf( ffOSpital Stifgic* t

T~he operation went exactly
;s exupcited.f he said. andc is
know as a partent luc~tus
artnorois
Vilter Johnso~n s problems t
w~as the abno~rmlal cocnnction
betus cn the rmin thl< d \vsasiel

hloodl vessel to the lungs.
which didn't ilose when she
wes b grs. tilas seen flot ing
c~lose. 1)r. Jude saidl
The1( parents we~re wvaittg
ouitside the o~perating theaStre
,tnd ~r. Judte talked~ w'ithl thent
followings the ope~rationl "le~an
undlcerstandl~ how~ theyL woulld
feecl. having their daughter
u~ndergo a heart opera't3(1 on and
the attendcant miks and I am
sulre they wereF Verl relieved.
Having! the o~peratilon at
P'rincss Marare Hspital

1aIer' frhm ocpwih


the esed \urgiers, he lr

\thirart anend here illto ~ ahretei

Il at ,lllt ier r it

doe thesea simpler -s heart
oper ationsI ther a'lt Pin ces r.
Ilcrgritandc the~ facll~lntiesae


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to be done at Prancess Margaret
Hospital later thits summenrr All
CaSes sc~heduledl for surgery are
being invcstigate~d as to, their
financial need !romri the
F-oundatio~n 18\ Mrs Beverly
Whitfield. Wellare Officer fo~r
the Hfeart F~oundattion. who
was also ini attendtanie at the
chruei on Saturdtay.
Dr Norma~ fheobalds'
pedadri r onsp la sr t at Pics
Wershing of the ifardecker
C.MTSChildrnsClni 8150 assisted
with the heart iliniic
Lady Sassoon,, chairman of
the Sir Victor Sassoon
(Bahamnas) He~iart Fouundilal~ n,
Visited w~ith th ihrlidren anti
their parents during the Ilime
She anniouncecd ithat the adutlt
heart illinic wou,!ld be' held C
somectiine usi Octobettr .t the
!chtsitn I <>~,the .rte bclin
Schiedullr. .nd that at the
doctors involved fromi the
PrtinceSs Margaret Hiospital.


LITTLE VILTER JOHNSON, 2V/2-year-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Johnson can now look forward to a
normal, healthy life because of her corrective heart surgery
on Friday at Princess Margaret Hospital, sponsored by The
Sir Victor Sassoon (Bahamas) Heart Foundation. Picture
shows little Vilter the night before her heart surgery.


from the standpyointt of the
Heart F-oundationt because of
the costs. too," D~r. Judle said.
Vilter Johnson shoubtl l ncw
be able to leadi a noonrial
hea~lthy lifec als she doelsn 't have .c
any other abnormaltict~ H~:
heart de~fect. whti h hadI beeln
il~,,lin he ca! ig :u rt t ~1:
have continual ;Iobbi nr both
her lungs and I to hr hleadl 31na
she w'Il have tiwer~ oft thcse
becauIse of` the` iarrec~tlic heart

This is the fourth hea;rt
operation per~rfnned b! D~r
Jude11 at the PrinceCSs Moreart 11
Ilospital. spemsorett av lh S


twelfth ,hare1 10- the~ Heart1

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3the Named < hilton Hsp~ilutal tra Mu=ii~si ;r


cu~lnvif Ii~~t~
Ihe heart clirnhe n, heald ich
ar~lreg brought toi Sther hert


one~ of themr will be scheduled


iif i u wo.uldl pause andf thiink for a mlomecntt you will Icemember ~
tha~t eveni thc two.~ worCldi~ wars seemeICd remlote to, peo'Ple in tle

hnuchen~~t-i i' La.1 been well aidji thiat thle people oft the Ameitricas

exnncedtiiil of] wa.r after the tirst world war 14-8which l
rm\aged I urie mid ;I~ 11':I *..nly afctedj the lives ofi almoicst every


(7h~is:i war w de'Serthed at thle time as "theC war to, end all
wa.rs" lInsteasd. it spawnedC another still greater anld mor)e
disastrous wa hescoind world war antd there hiave been
wa, rs and rumoursII ofi wa3rs inl Europe anid thle Elast eve~r \linCe the
shoct wais firedi In Serbia in 19141 the shot that it has beenr Said
w as "heard aroundl the world'' us the assassination~r of an
A~rhlhchdukeo Austria and his Uuchess.
T~his gave Kialser Wilhelm'l otf Germny11! the excuse that he' had
.Iwa.iteI ti !laulc~h a war o~f conqujlest he had long planned.
D~isiussiine new\ s values w5ith mie o~n onle oiCasion. thle' late Lord
Beaverbrookh saidi <.meal..1 that inplets born to a womnlit
O~ve~ r-th-f lill was~ of1 more, Interelst to, readers of 7'1c Tribunelt than
a flood in C'hina! thaLt took~ the lives at` millions of people.
This Is rtrue. Many people would knlow thle mother in G;rants
b~~ la1 Si t0 181 intlerestr Wonldi ebdi eztl ar~uatit di\ re

countryy1 ti, amusle mlore than1 plaSSIng intre~St here ... nlot evenl in
a.demii initer-est ~could be aroused hecre because we donl' I have
rivers~ii itoause us~ to shiare tle f~ears experienced by people who ,
lie in alreas thlat are ClubJecitedi to, IloodCIn conditions.

inl ani earlier article I told youI brielly about the drought in
Alacaii because it do~es have so~me direct concerns for people living
in this hemnisphecre as great c~hunlks of` Africa are being brought to
this part of the world on air currents. This now raises tle
question" as to wherthcr African malriners mnay have been blowni otff
ilourse and ended up In this part of thle world tho~usanlds of` yeatrs
bef io i the Columlb lan vo!laceS old i scoverv:.
It has4 beeni c~laimedC tha;t LjIef l:nlck~son the' great Norse

lo~ng before C'olumlb us. andc It ha~s been demlconstratedd in recent
c'lears tha3t anlcienlt 14phallllls must1 cerfl~tainl have madeC1 this
v .. atIe beicause thle trade wind~s c~ouldi halve easily blowni their
papyrus craf"~t this wcaq.

I'ndier the caption, n "Dust Fhles Fromii Africa" a recent aIrtic~le in
The SwIIiss Rev~iew\r andt .News Report gives molIre details about tle
d brought in Africa and reports how mnillio~ns of tonrs of dust, being
t1~ransported by air- currenrts to this part of the wo~rld,. m1ay be of
~l mger is norseue teces to somle of` the islands in thle C'aribbean'


We have all hecard ho~w . over long1 stretches of timel ... the
Sahara desert has enlcroachted onl great cities of the past and
buried thleml under its vast store of santd but it seemrled
intconceivable until now th~at a desert mlighlt be created in this part
of the world by sanlds conveyed thousands of miles onl air
cuTTOMtS.
*** ** *
instead of trying to rewrite the Swciss P~ress Revliew)( arI~ttilead
thereby lose somle of` its detail, I publlIsh it inl full below.
** ** ** ** *
Are the black inhabitants of the West Intdies on/v~l tle
descendants of slaives? Or was there an indigenous traffic between
the two continents in pre-colonial days? The matter is of' en~less
arnd fascinating speculationi. Why shoIuld not intrepid African
seafarers have ventured falr afield, as did the Europeans of the
dav?
-There is not mnuch evidence, of course, because thle coastal
Africans of the timie were no writers, and the Arabic-speaking
civilisations of the West African interior had only the vaguest
knowledge of what went on down at the coast, where their
suzerainty was very loose. Their records have not all been
examined yet, however, and the evidence mnay appear one day.
The winds would have been right, though; here we do have a
new piece of evidence, and a rather unpleasant one at that. M~uch
of the West African savannahl is a drought area: the land hias been
overcropped and underforested for far too long. Now scientists
have calculated that the Sahara Desert is advancing southwards at
an alarming rate. Dro~ughtt brings desert, and desert brings sald
and dust, and dust flies away,
And when the dust flies it does not settle back in the same
place. Much of it settles in other parts of West Africa to the
discomfiture of' people living there. But it also flies right across
the Atlantic. The Ulnited States Department of Commerce hias
stated that in the last five years --the period of the W'est African
savannah drought there has been a great increase in Saharan


HY- Paul Eddy v


w~eeks .1lter the~ crash of the
f`urkish 11rw~ays DC `10 necar
P3rS r~tlC renfC'h P(li areC Stll
diedi T~he dcath toll. which had
bct l Iir t Hcue the aircraft-
wecighlng~ 200r tons. crashed
Into the forest of E:rmelnonvlile
at 420 lll~es an hOurT. manyll of
the viittuis bodies w~ere
Smashellcd be!lond recogn~lition
I 'he polie believe that the
l urkishl I~twuv paasengua list

that upl to five~ more chdlre~n
wecre on board and dlied with
theirr p~arent~ So far onl i 2
death cecrtificates have been
issued to th Fre~nch
authorities. dndi It is unlikely
that1 moreTt thanll I20 of the
passengrs will ever be
positli'vel denullwd
In n1I jit '1~ IO Pto etaliSh
moi~re cerrtailnlv the po~lic h~ave
\et upI an' r1Jentti centre' at
Senhs~.. ta\ few iles2 fronti the
irashi wie thelre, laid out In
neait row,'\ aire the pecrsonal
be'~~lllongng thdt wereC f`ound C
Sca(~ttere a1round1l the Site a1d


rtaltives~ arr vd t ktr) rtou atL~
ouit a waltch or a key or a
photograph that might help to
ide~ntilf one of the vi t mst

fo ol'ot~ vs r dys water tmi

ca ]mtiniadndeadw bet se his
passport was found at the
sicne and beCause his name lL
was on the passenger list.
walked into the Inde~ntitv
icentre 110 explained that1 hls
financed had taken hi\ se3t at
the last mnoment andi~ was3
irry ng~ the passport In her

Re~lat ves who visit the
centre and who are'able to facet
the ordeal,31 are also L1skedC to)
visit a nearby chapel where thei
victims clothes lic in bundle~s
on three long trestle tables
In the vestry are displaiyed
the hiundireds of letters. diarnes
and address books that we~re
folland a1ttil s ene.t it fi st tthr
might provided important c~lues.
until they' discovered that1 the
doomed~ jet was c~arrying
alrmlall from Turkeyv to
London.
Co~pyright. 1074. The SundJay


** .* ** ***
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
littlle drops of water, little grains of sand,
Mlake the mighty ocean, and the pleasant land.


CARLYLE


The Tribune - Monday, April 1. 1974


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after her heart operation


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-4;< !i0s R~!i adi) tis Jl~''oha

e pubi le n nstii C rs


T ef BAntire\< 01 1r a
STnd JeCtedbrRoEr

who a so plJEN
Thrbt theOR Oil aed rthe
PR1AE pn lc P rfra of


NOT CE is herebi guen,: iJ t t TEPHENi 5RRfETTE of

registrahoni :- a ,ii': 0 i BZ'~aryZ lind 'that a:y
person! wsho cknows ai~ v~- j'; !!q:t! ano should niot
be grd::tedi ihould ict d and~tP?;~i ed'.~i Itatemrent of
the facts wNithin two~l~- :: a, :!: it dill of~ Apra

Crtizens~hip. R9ii~~ new O 0
Nd558L1


I
GODFREYtl~ SIMS
Sales Representartive
central l Gairage


The~ pri' ipti ing~ll~ students
vr v rlethusecd about

\ac~atio~n and stud they did not
mind giv-ing! up their ho~ldidas
to, gain expe~rinc.cc~
The business estabblshmerits
where the students are going
are. Irust Corporation of
Bahama~s. First Naitional City
Bank~. Bahamtas Inte~rnational
Trust Courpo'ration Busin~ss
S iste ms. Chase Manhattan
Bank. ZNS Radioo Station
(uipirtcnam star le cr arecf
H2 ,cens ~rltc, Sr itnistrV otf
ixt'r-nal Aif airs, Moiskoi Untited i
Conls t r c t io n (`( t mpany,
G;overnmecnt Legal D~epartmnent.
Department o~f Statistic~s, Shell
Limrited. Xerox. Bahamas
Employet'rs Cornfederation,
Atllgoar Adjuste~rs (Bahamas)
L.uniited, Bahamas Hfotel
Associa lon, Bahamas Hfotel
i fuployecrs and Bahamnas
Tetlec~onurrunnications Corpora-
tiorl
The students parou~patingit
are. Lydia Allen. Errol Ca;rey,
G~regory Dillet, Angela Gibson,
Pauiline Johnsotn, Sandra
Johnson, Diana Kinowles
Tyrone targill, Claudine
Powell. Anthony Cox, Sharon
Craig, Yvette Stuart, Theresa
I~televeaux, Peggey Carey.
Donna Armibrister. Betty Diggis,
Authe~rine Gibson.1, W~eh

Munins.n Jienife Jackson
James Hianna. !Margaret Hanna,


FOR 3 in 1

FELAWN SER IG IE
PEST CONTROL
TROPICAL 2-2157


Industries

Ltd.
Ill Shirley Street


THE QUIETING TITLES ACT 1959-NOTICE

Qui eating~ 196 No~.;!,if 3: Atpic thtt toln situte t oi
Cwo tdts aw mpi
niOW or forrniitiy 0? Sainual ( ciiper IUttherl try thil SP
and westeriv y lanidid said toj be u ther estate of Tfobla
McKinney thr otiqh: which the hlghway fruns
Amen*, 974No Aill that ttact ofi lanr situaite at
Thurstoni Bay comi~pnsingt Jbout thlteeni acres or ~:. I
granted Thorne~ and Augustus Roberts by thec Crowr
bounded nort~herty by a1 reservatllon along( theC Sea
easterly b~y' !drd originally granted N~eely and Malthews
Southerly by lanid orlginally granted Jaber Lowe atd
westerly by a road reservationi separating It fromi land
originally granted Curry and Roberts by thle Ciown
SKEES LIMITED claims to be the owner Iin fee simple ir
possession of ant undivided interest in t~r above desenbhed
two tracts of land and has made apPhe;I n .. to the
Supreme Court under Section 3 Quietingq Titles Act 1959 to
hve ts title tro the ai lands~ ..e Hu. I di deter mined and

Copies of the filed plans may be inlsprcted on the Notice
Board of the Commissioner at Marsh Hjrbour at the
chambers of E. Dawson Roberts. Higgs & Co. on Parliament
Street Nassau and at the Registry of the Supreme Court
Copy of the filed plan in Quieting 1 969 No. 23 likewise ori
the Notice Board of the Justice of the Peace at

Cdopiesitso heby given that any person havingy dower or
right to dower adverse claim or a claim not recogniised in
the Petitions shall before the 16th April 1974 file in the
Registry of the Supreem fiourt anst eei t v ehish lim i
and serve a copy of same on the undersigned E. Dawson
Roberts, Higgs & Co. Failure of any such person to file
Lto a ~nt sof claim on or before the 16th April 1974 win
E DAWSOiN tOBNERTS, HIGGS & CO.

Attorneys


Thnewahmas- ldestand1Strongest avings

P.O. BOX N3038, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, PHONE 2-4822-6

P.O. BOX F29 FRE E PORT, GRAND BAHAMA, PHON E2- 8894

MEMBR OF TH RO WEST ORNlwOUPrlOF OPN


s' shop

AL Sir Miilo 13utler officially
openedl the frank Ha~nna
Janitorial & Chemtical SCuppl)
Shop on Ninth Tecrrace &
Collins Avenue F~riday mghtt at
7.041 p.m.
Mir. Hanna g~reeted the
Governor and his aide-de-camp
on thelrr arrival at 6.42 p.m.
and mnusi; was played by a
20-member~t~ band froml the AF.
Aidderleyv high school.
Prai ers werre said by\ Re\
Rahmling and~ f~lowe~rs wetre
presented to Sir Mlilo bi- Mr.
lianna s sister. Mliss Birdlie
Hlanna. Miss Maryv filnnai.
another Sister. PreSen!tite
flowers to M1rs Anthoini
Roberts.
mThet on. A~llingtionoHutl r
governorr to, officially? ,pen the
building b\ iuttingr the ribbon
ir. Butler subtstituiited for
Mfr, Anthon\- Roberts whoi htad
gone to Exumia.
TIhe shop' i manager ii Mr .
Laytont CoxU and Zliss- B r~ie

Curryar t\ he secreti-s or. es an
Ziar~ ~ ~~"" Illra a~ I~sIii


Sidney
istry of
isheries.


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of the Frank Hanna 'G s e o d
Janitorial and Chemical

aupySo ys terday E aster film
Roberts; Sir Milo; the Hon.
Arlington Butler (partly lffHGL rie hn htinIrl h
hidden); Mr. Frank Hanna; Gostpeli Road. <"rn h tr ft
and the Governor's ADC, Mr. Joihrnni Iash. is to be1 \htwn Jesus rhntrrx through m
Charles Fernander. Photo: ,t ther Shlrier~ Strtet. Theatre T~het;rres oi the Bah,
Franklyn Ferguson, oveir the i aster hobbl~ is b id .I speelal scre


ii life0
usic3
amas?1i'


as thCIr


1 II il 1 11 RVICI I he
he.lutrnastcr ;Indi start ofl the St.
11uitthews\ parih whootl eterrtained

thie agd pe ple at, t luchcon on
lcair at< tehage iclns` w< ii


r ~ ~ ~ ~ ;I1 s td u oee dlitribtttCid theseC getts
the~Itctret Sahaio ctrms an uonlntn rci
ea ng he we rikns th trd.tegs e
aet grast~r f/ a lrt tor~ san ndtr e ihr f I sti dd


:1mongII

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holdais.; t as see the start of
me~ ('ilept studecnts ha\t hrren
going o~ut to wourk in otiices to
grain pracitiical experence. This.
howecver. is the largest number r
thit ho~c~seveparticipated
The students are ltooking
fotrwardt to working in off ice
citnidtionsi whiih they wtill be
wotrking under w.hen1 they
ft i-rh their cocurse~i~c and tain a


Suranne Arddrley. ~Tangy
?2rmtorister. I';uleve Munnroe,
Virginiar Butler, Janette
Johnson. ('arol Johnson, L\nn
Martin. G;arnell Miiller. Be~verly
Pratt. Mirpah Strapp,
Vernincha Sundts, Eloise
Skippings, Valerie Dean,
Alge~rnon Reese, Clln
Thompson, and Shiaron C`ollie.


COMMONWEALTH O T i
BAHAMA ISLANDSS
INTIHE SUPREME CO R
Equity Side


When baby takes his first step, it's not
t00 SOOn fof you t0 think about his
fUture. And that first step towards
establishing an education fund ca be
difficult. Unless you let us help you.


we'll show you how to save, so little
Billy (or Barbara!) can become a
teacher, a lawyer, a doctor, an
engineer--the career best suited to his
abilities and the development of the
Bahamas ..


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Sir Milo opens new Janitor


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FOOD GIFTS FOR UNDERPRIVILEGED
CHR ISTMAS will be at the Queen Elizabeth Sports Hostel, and Mr.
coming early to some of the Centre last week through Russell, of the Mini
kids around New Providence Sunday. Agriculture and F
... compliments of Bahamas Shown above viewing the Photo: Roland Rose
Livestock and Agricultural gifts of food are Mr. Clement
Farmers Association. Pinder, President of BLAFA;
The group made sizeable Lady Butler, Mrs. Hazel
doatons o odestuffh to th alb of telsRe vs N

Rafry Home and h e Governor General Sir Milo
ofte Fr Weeok Far hel th Ch~ildc' Fmr~r 1; n


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The Tribune - Monday. April 1. 1974


your Prince Charming

By Abigail Van Buren
a 1974 b Chicrag Tribune-N. Y. New Synd., Inc.
DEAR ABBY: How can I meet Prince Charles? I hav

NOW SHOWING THRU THURSDAY
Matinee 2:30 & 4:45, Evening 8:30- 'Phone 2 1004, 2-1005


I c;sagg
STREISND
STOGETHERI
I I
1
mkythrlg amed as

IPARENTAL, DISCRF T/O \ AD, VISED
Reservations not claimed by 8:I15 will be sold i
I ~on first come, first served basis.


Last Day Tuesday Last Day Tuesda I
Matning n ia0:30 Continuous Showings

"I ESCAPED FROM fro 30
I DEVIL'S ISLAND" R. DEOFTE
Jim Brown,IRNFS"R g
SChristopher GeorgePU Ti Lung, David Chiang g
"THE SLAMS" R. PU LS
Jim Brown, Judy Pace "FOX STYLE" R
PLUS Late Feature Chuck Daniels,
Tuesday night Juanita Moore
I N onude18will be admllittecd.oonudr 18
'Phone 2-2534 wilb ditd

I
NOW SHOWING
Matinee continuous from 1:45, Evening 8:30
I -'Phone 3-4666 1
SThey've got their own
Skind of mean games. ?J
~p.,ma n.....


I g
*Isaac Ventura Fred I
HayesWila on
1 Plus! "ACE HIGH" PG. I
g PARENTA LDLISCRETION~'ADVI SED.


NASSAU'S ONLY COMPLETE

HOMIE CARE CENTRE
ON BAY, AND ON SHIRLEY STREETS.


I -- -I


,kl


is not:


MAURA'S IS PROUD0 TO HAVE BEEN THE DISTRIBUTOR FOR EVEREADY
BATTERIES IN THE BAHAMAS FOR THE PAST 17 YEARS.
WE THOUGHT YOU'D LIKE TO KNOW THAT WE ARE STILL THE SOLE


WE ARE PROUD OF THIS ASSOCIATION
AND INTEND TO CONTINUE FOR THE
NEXT 17 YEARS.

REMEMBER ...
WHEN YOU NEED A BATTERY FOR ANY
PURPOSE ... GET THE CAT, NOT A

COPY CAT.


Wake up! Charles


IDl O/6~


always ea nodt him, and ithasabeen kmy dream to meet
I've written him several letters, and each time his secre-
tary has answered, saying: "The Prince of Wales regrets
that he is unable to meet you."
I am a normal, intelligent 20-year-old college girl. I'm
told I am pretty and have a pleasing personality. I've read
everything I could find about thte royal family in general
and Prince Charles in particular. I'll bet I know more
about the royal family than most people living in England
and the rest of the United Kingdom.
I hope you won't think I'm crazy, but I have even taken
horseback riding lessons, and I plan to take flying lessons
when I can afford it because I know those are Prince
Charles' favorite sports. Also, if we ever meet I will have
something to talk to him about.
Abby, you're supposed to have all the answers. Can you
help my dream come true? CATHY IN\ BROOKLYN
DEAR CATHY: Sorry, but I don't have the answer to this
one. Dreaming is all right, but we have to live in the real
world. So, wake up, Cathy. Yolu "Prince Charming" could
be someone you've already met-in a Brooks Brothers suit
with a Brooklyn accent, yet!
DEAR ABBY: Please settle a family argument. My hus-
band, who is 43, told our 17-yearald daughter that she was
"filling out" nicely--then he asked her what her bra size
Our daughter became embarrassed, blushed, and said she
didn't want to tell him. I came to her defense and said that
the question was a personal matter, and I didn't think it
was anything her father had to know.
He became angry and said that as her father he had a
right to know! Our daughter was nearly in tears, and I
ended the discussion by siding with her, and that is where
we left it.
Now my husband is upset with both me and my daughter.
Abby, do you think that was a proper question for a father
to ask his 17l-year-old daughter?
OLD FASHIONED MlOM
DEAR MOM: No! Your budding daughter's bra size is
none of Dad's business. And while we're on the subject of
measuring things, I wonder what your husband's I.Q. is?
DEAR ABBY: I am 35, happily married, and the mother
of three. My husband and I enjoy a glass of wine with
dinner. We never become intoxicated or anywhere near it.
My grandparents [my mother's parents] strongly disap-
prove of alcoholic beverages, so out of respect to them I
never serve it in their presence.
I had eight other guests for dinner, but because my grand-
parents were here, I omitted the wine, even though my hus-
band and I, my parents, and the other guests would have
en joy ed some.
When my husband and I are dining in my parents' home,
they always serve wine, but if the grandparents drop in
unexpeacteedsly, everyone rushes around hiding the wine bottle
I don't want to hurt my grandparents, but I wonder if
this is the proper way to handle the wine situation?
DEAR ASKING: Since you and your parents or~d nri y
enjoy wine at dinner, I think it is unnecessary to ditch the
bottle and glasses when the disapproving grandparents
unexpectedly drop in. You're probably not fooling them
anyway.

DON'T BUY A COPY !

GET THE REAL THING !


GET THE CA~T !!!


~o~uPA




I I I I I II ill


P The Tribune - Monday, April 1, 1974
I


TO ULC ORAV EEHN 18 X


SECTION


SCHOOLS


- C---~~--


_





SREALI ESTATE~ f


1


7'- -1_ --- -


C14007
TUITION
THE RAPID RESULTS
COLLEGE. World-famous
postal tuition for the GCE,
School Cert. and
Accountancy. Banking. Iaw,
Mark eting, Com pany
Secretaryship Examinations.
For details of our s ecialised
coure UwriteAfor Free copy
of YU AEER to The

Deppardment.esult Coiion
House London SW19 4DS.


C14004
2 ELECTRIC hack saws -
$400.00 1 250 amp. welding
machine -- $400.00 Phone
4-2193 5-8803

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


OPPORTUNITIES UI US

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

AN3NOUNlCEMENTS I
C14062U ME D


Polyester double kntit 60-b2
inches wide; also Jersey
material variety of colours
custom made dresses for ladies
and children.
YOUR ONE STOP SHOP FOR
NLFOSCHOOL CHILDREN

Also Polyester double kniit
maternal for men all colours
MVODERNISTIC DRY GOO)S
OPPOSITE Wulff Road
Theatre
Phone 3-4580.


MAIRINIE SUPPLIES I
C15038
27' 1969 Glass Chris Craft t
Commander 2Harf hTop,h twin
10 12, fis caFr
outriggers, 1 /i1 v rtig
solgt e pth, radio, :e ec
Freeport 352-5897 after 5 00
p.m

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

DINING StiDE


C1SE7TTLER'S PUB & INN
Beaumord 5A c~ade. Bay Street

OMOrReROT' eSPECIAL
Umeame a oroup

a Minced Crawf ish.



C14052
NOW in stock at Bahamian
Paint Supply, Bay Street:
Clear Cast

D CNodl raft

Ph~oe a-285 2 2898


SCHOOLS
C14000
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 and
8:3 8a yt rr after 6 p.m. or

C14034
IF you are having problems
a ling to fn usery Schhoono

80e96 Ages from 2 2 years to


HELP WANTED

C'4076
A VACANCY exists for a

f~or o leTetleo of an pfolow u
oroceudnuesreciavrbespectp -

licants. preferably male
between 18-25, should be
capable of exercising initiative
a~nd ablon tsoiwor oin hi hoo )d
be forwarded to: John 5
George & Co. Ltd. P. O. Box
6330 E.S. Nassau, N.P
C13945
ASSISTANT M1anrlagereSs
required for Out Islane p sb g

for Food and Beverage
Aepp tent and Hou ek en
understudy for the Manager in
his absence. Must also have
minimum of 12 months
pe ious experience pre eral


inteOu iln Jd h v
college standard of education

Aprtle Cinub, Gre Trtie G en
Abaco.


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

C14057
MASTER TECHNICIANS
LTD., Mackey Street, your
Whiripool distributor offers
refrigerators, washers, dryers'
compactors, freezers ice
makers, air conditioners and
garbage disposers.
With one year full warranty on
every home appliance we sell
service done by factory trained
mechanics. Telephone 23713,
5-9322.


GR AND BAHAMAI





CLASSIFI.


C14027




&~~~~ Rosvl nu

NASSAU BAHAMAS
P. O. Box N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
FOU IPMENT
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE: RATES

CONTO ET LYAN PID6EM

2-3797, 2-2798
Airport -- 7-7434
FREE ESTIMATES

C14081


C14085
MAID for general household
duties. Contact Box N 4094,
Nassau.

C14045
CLEANER
For club on Delancy Street
Experience. must live nearby
Hours 9 a.m. to 2 p.m
Tuesday off. Mr. Richard
22325.

C14083
3 Handymen to Clan Yards,
Trenches, Septic Tanks, keep
toilets clean. Please call 54758
or 56737.
C14044
COCKTAIL
WAITRESS-HOSTE55
Fur Pnk Pssyct Club. Will
tr n lockin ifsoyc gse etao3 s

fdu~toA antdtie wl
groome d. piea saors
atmosphere to work nFR chard
Sp.m. t ~.M ihr
22325.

TRIIDE SERVICES
C14022
SEWING MACHINE
PARTS AND REPAIRS
Island Furnliture company
P. O Box N 4818. Nassau
Dowdeswell and Christie Streets
Telephone 21 19 7, 231 52.


F4R your buidldng needs and
CRANE hiire see:
ISLAND BUILDERS
LIMITED
P. O. Box N-4519
Phone 31671 31672

C14001
T. V.ANTENNAS


Call b 9404
WjORLD OF MUSIC
Mlackey Street
Next to Frank's Place


-a .


PIANO TUNING -- t raining
and e peri mie wit p anuo

Saunders 42215.


Al3 n~ow before the burglar
comes. Call Scriven's
Maintenance Service for your
secuirty and maintenance
requirements. Tel. 5-1748.


DIAL DAMIANOS
DAMvI ANOS REALTY

22033 23, 2?307D Nite
41197

C14 ii lPOOM, 2 bathroom
I:hetrd house with Caorort
,Ind iewling !oom. FOR SALE
Call 316,71 31672 (9:00 a;:;
12:00: 2:00) p.mn. 5:00
pe we iekdays)
Cl4036
E LTFOR SOAUEWET
Ove~r Doni~~g Sea Bevond
an~iu niiiHas 30.000 s ~t

OS ISAND 600 ft. o
wda ter a ide- u~t f bR tr .

one iarge store, one smal ,
other mefdiim~ size. Income
approximately~l $18,000.00
War~ehou1Se !n rear. Only asking

CITY PROPERTY Ideal for
conversion to Professional
Offices near Damiann-s Realty,
Shir~e y Street. Only
$115.000 00. See anytimne
vve have the R~ev. E T

MSariborough, Street. 2 stores


C14074
OWNER LEFT TOWN
4 bedroom 2 bath house, fully
furnished, wall to wall
carpeting stereo. T.V.
telephone, automatic washer
rnd dryer. Klonaris Estates,
Sold er Road. Phone 5-3364.

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

C13933
Furnished rooms Pothemus
Gardens Motel -- $20 weekly
$6.00 per day. Chippingham
Phone 35380.


PUBLIC AUCTION
C1401 SE


Ltd., at the parking lot o-f
Nassau Bank House, 2nd
Tei race West Centreville on the
13th day of April 1974 at 1
p.m?. the following property
ALL that piece or parcel of
land situate in the Western
District rof dh sacd m sl goa

portion of the Oakes Airport
Subdivision designated as Lot
Number Eight (8) in Bkok
Number Five (5) which said
piece or parcel of land' hYS suih
ksanbounda iez shape

shwheon t1e diagrav or papn
dated the 2nd day of May
AD.U. 1957 atnd made between

Margaretr Elens Mori rand an
of records in the Registfy of
Records in the City of Nassa .
CnVol el79 at pages 91 to !100
Moclst e h
hligage dated 30th
September 1966. MARGARET

(En e nat onal MBaORan Tru t
Cot. (Nassau) Ltd. Recorded tn
Vol. 1039 pages SS4 to 560
Dated this 11th day of March
A D. 1974
KIRK S. HINSEY
Putblic Auctioneer

C14020
KIRtK S. HINSEY will sell on
bhar aotf P6 shapa ank & iir

it. dayoofe priry elryE

TrALL THAT pice arevll or ot e


of land situate in Sertion Two
of the Subdivision called and
known as Sea Breeze Estates in
the Eastern District of the
Island of New Providence
having the Number Six in
Block Number Two In the plan
of the said subdivision-
Mortgage ecat~ed 4th Jny t 7

United o pN~asswL mank Vnd

2039 pages 428 to 441.
Dated this 11th day of March,
A.D. 1974.
KIRK S. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer

CAlRS FOR SALE

n/loNIMOKE. August 1973,
ondit6000 mrres s n~ew
54264 daytime

C13982
1968 BUICKt Sklrk v pw

brakes, autiomatic, air
condrst need Phone 2 2386.


C14021VOLKSWAGEN 1300
SedansW/e s ilet cond tor

Finance and a insurance
available. Cali 36611-2-3-4.

C106UST SELL NOW
1968 Chevy 2 door, standard
shift. $1500 00 Tel. 23137.


BUSINESS ft PROFESSIONAL `:


DIRECTORY ~

Save Time


MEN'S BOYS' WEAR

The Wardobe 5-5599

MEN'S WEAR

Fashionette Ltd. 2-2376/7

MUSIC

Cody's Records 2-8500

OPTICIANS

Optical Service Ltd.2-3910/1

PAPER
Bfcommercial Paper -93


PRINTING
Wong's Printing ~.5-4ut
Executive
Printers 2-4267/S-4011


AUTOMOTIVE
Lucas Batteams i
~Bay Street Garage 2-2434i

BOOKSTORE

The Christian Book Shop
5-8744

BUSINESS FORMS
Executive
~Printers 2-4267/5-401

CABINET MAKERS


CITY PRCH -!- fY George
Street. With old Bahamian
2 storey house and Cottage In
rear. Approximately ground
footage 6500. Can! finance.
DAMIANOS REALTY Dial
22033, 22305, evenings 41197.

FOR RN
140i0

Pit resquet prvac er o d

d~~er- sub tni cornpl l
;fied istely. quick access
a hoe rpietr shopp2n4
[even ings)


paB riitOOM aidu~poecx
Telephone 5-2398

il140?4
COTTACF5 ard drco i"n

ful y iurnitshed, maid service
ava iable Lovely garden an
7wiii~ pool, Telephone

C14070
EASTERN-~ ROADi water

bed: Orn Jatr t, 2onds 5 i
of giving. din ngg roorn, kthen



TOURE, wali to wall c. r r.....
entral jtr onidltionlrng
eliephor;e. fixtures, spactous
rooms, Avasiable April Ist. Call
53364 Star Plaza. Macdkey
Street


CAMERAS

John Bull 2-4252/3


RADIO & T.V. SALES
Carter's Records 2-4711

RUBBER STAMPS
Wong's Rubber Stamp540


SPORTS GOODS

Champion Sport Land 2-1862

TRAVEL
Playtours 2-2931/7
R.H. Curry & Co., 2-8681/7
TV REPAIRS
Channel Electronics Ltd.


UPHOLSTERING

Eddie's Upholstering 5-9713


ENTERTAINMENT
Mov ies
jFilm & Equip. Service 2-2157

GARDEN & PET
SUPPLIES
'Modernistic Garden2288

Nasa Gade &e Pet 6



HARDWARE

jJohn5. George 2-8421/6
HOUSE PLANS

Evangelos G. Zervos 2-2633~
LAUNDRV--
DRY CLEANING
New Oriental Laundry 2-0


C13979

atH Etc Qa ym Ma sn no dl
Phone 3-5886

C13845
2 APARTMENTS- nicc
location on Thompson
Eloulevardda Cal367N1 ma ghta

for details


FOR THE ACTIONI 100 WAIT1




Shop Nasrsau Merchants
For Business And Servicers


condition, fully equipped
airconditioned & tape deck.
$3,950500. Jame 3Thomipsont 9



C 65 Ford Mlustang. 6
cylinder. good condition.
$600 00 Call 5-6071.

C14086
1 9 69 AUTOMATIC
VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE
$1.500.00 0.N.O. MUST SELL

OHWN ERY BLABABS G692 AL

FOR SILE

C0C5LOSE OUT SALE
MADE OWEN-MARSH
INTERIORS
40 Cuimberland Street
Furniture lamps - paintings
bookcase glassware
many accessories ceiling fan.


Use 16year old Emerson Black
and white Television with
antenna $350. Telephone
21210 1 9:30 a.m. 5:00 p.m -


, ,


_1 ~~lntotrr(rl )(AYL;IY)~Ltl~i~l~KNWt UMt;/lYH~PE!'





1


FOR RENTf I


C14073
2 bedroom house Johnson
Te-race, fully furnished wall
'3 w'll carpet, large patio
530 000. TeL. 51905 days
42463 after 6 p.m

C 140j7
FOR SALE
LOT 80 by 120 NASSALU
EAIST
tK'.N r AVENUE $ 5,550 00
Others seiling for $7.900.00
COR AL HARBOURft -- 4
bedroomis and 2 baths,
furnished. Only $38,000.00-
RYSWICH gorgeous house
with three bedrooms two
baths. f urtn wished, only
$5b.00C00.0
DIAL THE ACTION
NUM BERS DAMI ANOS
REALTY 2'2033, 22305.

?2407 Lve~nmgs 4119T

FOR SALE
AN~ E 5TATE Lak e
Cunninr~ghamn. Most picturesque
vews of the lake. Has five
Dedrooms 4 baths loads of
seti ;pace. carpeted.
tremely large Play Room
40j.O0 gal on swimrnrn gpook.

rwith 155 ft or LAKE
ERON~TAGE End osed
wo~unds. fruited. car porte for


C13981
L~ot in! Little Blair Estates.
Phone 2 21386. Aftetr five
3-2023

C13993
LOT ilo Blastl nea Tl ;Jawai.
iall 2-301 between 9i a;nd 5
4- 1 346 at ter h.

Ci3984
SLOTr ii B:Jir Estates No 2' 60
xZ 120 Can 37

C13983
FOR E E

Street Giima Ga:dens or
a retdii 5J; FifTt;' Rob 5 58 of



Tw~o bedtoo-- twoi both
,tuif~~~l


re TErU9S AVA'iLABLE i
i 2 30~i41 netw~ee 9 Jnd
3 46 atf1, 6


Cous~e Irdu~ oset

irt CO,:~' e ayt








80 400 00 yeAr 0



DfiAL DAM ANOS f
M U~ANO5S REALTY CO
?733 22307 even--!ings 1 197

40iJ39
Ni ES E th foul:


cris. See ar/inytlme,
he key. UlnOCCupied


8.1900. per acre

0c ACRES BACAR[

W TH THE BEST


we have



ideal for

DI ROAtD

DEAL


HELP WANTED

C15042
POASITIONMAV LIABLE FOR
island Cement Company
Limit d,B am O. Bo~xeek40

qualified Bahamian for Master
of the M/V "Ilsland Cement", a
1500 DWT Bulk Ocean Vessel.
Applicadagms Ie qt l fait d

to education and professional
experience, possessing a British
Fore gn-Going Master Mariner

Applicants to please apply in
writing to the above addres,
giving a full resume of
education, experience and
technical certification.

C15012
MANAGERESS/BEAUTICIANI
with 5 years experience.
Applicants ap lya lo writ no:
F-620, Freeport.


Blah AlNEES WANeEiDin
Company (BORCO) requires
Trainee Laborator y
Technicians (male) in its
Product Control Laboratory.
Applicants should possess
G .C .E or eq uivalent
qualifications in Mathematics,
Physics and Chemistry and
should be interested in learning
modern rountmne analytical

throhmnatqgreasphy,i nIsu d ion-
photometry and analysis by

Qualified applicants may
contact the BORCO Personnel
Office, P. O. box F-2435.
Telephone: 352-9811.


HELP WANTED
C15041

GrARnDENERin f r ceng
Landscaping and other
gardening

GntAeNtd BA AA HOTE ,
WEST END, GRAND
BeAHeAeMA Pehdone 9O f
and 3:00 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Mailing
address: 158 Port Road, West
Palm Beach, Fla. 33404. Elon
Martin. Jr., Personnel Director

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


CROT40FIED WATCHMAKER
ear exp r ence in wat h


Box F-'9 Fre"r," GP B I
352-7528.


CN OU4STRIAL PIPEFITTER
Five (5) industrial pipefitters
required for heavy industrial
mechanical work. Must be able
to read blueprints, measure and
fit large and sml rwele d s p
assem lies, rig f ha lts

M5u yeahr f eld epa ience. t n

Wersthtemee0, rLt. P.u eO Bo
F-2550, Freeport, Pone
3n3-468400r oonFac 3i h c
373-1735.


a ~f


t'nt Gc See i~ 'iie: c



DAM ANOS "EAL ESTATE.
Diai 2203i 23j05 22307 i




Jt er otO te sogh 4h~ii~


house ha!s three~ bedrooms 2
bathl. P pleaSant ii!:t: g room
ISEparatf d n~irn room
delight?,i i:che;: Plus 1
bedroom 1 both. apartmfent.
Live in onee and hjve jn mr-come
on the other. The asking price
wa~S $111000.0O,0 reduced to
$85 '000.00 Ior aict onl Ri:
the ac setos a
2AI~: 2 2 C Ing
41197 ?3t Z37iirs


WESTWAl~ V~iilL S 3
bedr;oon 2 athr. firnsheld
Priced ;so own, 3nteevbeievbe
Asb~ mg ~ 53, 000 00
ngohts to 5 ;dv Beach
FOURH B OO ;ilZ= 5 i BATiS



DA r


2-2618


ANTENNAS

SIsland TV


on 1







SEA t5s Fi

GQLETN t
APHON~C H




VEALT BA SiP lL

PROSPECY T R


WOEST BAYd SITREL SITES
BEACH LOTS, COMM~E R
CIL5 LOTS, RESIDENTIAL

ACDRV GOP RNT THE
NASSAU AND FAMILY
ISLANDS SUCH AS GRAND
BAHATMHAERLONGCOSLAND.
45 ACRE CAY IN THE
EXUMAS WITH DEEP
WATER HARBOUR AND


DAVSONLSLREAL
ESTATE AGENCY
CPhone 21178 or 80932 21178
P. O, Box N-4648


Commonwealth
Furnitu re


31120


C14046


1972 FORD excellent


ACOC60UNTANT with
approximately ten years
acc untingwiexp rieneaton

company with headquarters in
Nassau. Duties. and
re po iibilitiesofwill inclu e:

accounting for forward
exchange contracts, promissory
notes and commercial paper;
and assisting with

o te et s.o Wr tn
aphplicationsnshould be asen eno
T he De ltec Ban king
Cor oration Limited, P. O
Box xp 2,Nasu


C14048
M:ODERN attractive three
bedroom tow bathroom
furnises dmousessejva itabl f r

sizeable landscaped lots in The
Grove lust off West Bay Street,
one with swimming pool.


CLASSIFIED


tLREALESTATE 7


STRAIDE SERVICES TRABDE SERVICES


IIELP WANTED


FOR SALE


tlbo ~ribunP
















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S from the Carroll Rightr Institute
GFFA EDECE:Awodru a REX MORGAN, M.D
fo7r yo~u tol start any new~ creative Ideas that


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~1Wi wie i m ne need ta e nsablout the fi a





..rin t bs a h ao bi le.


appeal to you anti tot contact those able to give you the
betnefit of their experience in these matters A good time for
romannc lIe wiirth those persons you like
ARIESi r11ar 1i tot Apr 19r) You can engage in new
interest: that1 ii verrt appealinlg and put your fmne talents to
w-crk -ivoidt one whoi hast anl eyeL on your assets
At RES rit rt ll:e1 orle lulf~ t a ble and c a m ing Do so re s


youri newsi~ piroperj\ 1 whether in social or business hife Think
rilnng ;.i!n~trut\ive linesi Itlatinr data you need
11m)1f tll~i!)RI '\ (Junef 2' to July 'l) Study new
:,ille~ts thatl canr iver yoiu thc addied~ benefits you need and
wenltt if ini anyi doulbt. talk~ matters over with experts
110~~i \lly' i l 1)Yo are highly mlagnetic todcay;
ani, in easily per und~ie others to believe in your way of

110~i;c, clAe .1~ to Neot _11) Elevate your consciousness
io greateri thlines toi Iri th utuire andl you get ahead much

L IliRf 1 iBer!:t 1!' to, rlt 2) C~ontact a good friend who
:in~ nowi rive~ )iou thet advice !.ouL need for business or

Sctil'RM, (Oct '.; to 'iov `l) Y~ou can make real
prorielCs in! thc outside~~ wo!rl pro~videdf you get the backing
ct'of-. c New ,\ Ioso ther~S you are a dynlami7c person
\.([ \ill\IL 5 licv ll to D~ec ll) TPry to gain the
.!pprii;l r1 t expe'rts in your fiekld of endeavor and make your
mo:i~;rcre profilta!\le A friend needs your help
\PRiICOR\,~2 lc~ ll rto Jan 'f0) Inui.1iip.:nrll, handle
i~i,!. Iii ?.inli Voul ow~e moneyn andt vice versa D~iscussion
1 !! man .II market \our i.llb:. .. more secure
\(1 r18111; rJanr ll to Febt 19) C~ome to a better
i!lierit Ind:inel w~ith assonalteS so, that all goes smoothly In
!!i; future trjtanl thc dian ta yo need at this time
11M~ 1 5 1 Ich I'0 to \:!ar '(0) An excellent time to renage
leaveii workBe re health conscious and buildi up
1 u vtaty\ivour ionei whor envies your assets
11 k R (111 1) S BRN IDAY he or she will
hatie nuii/ichi!i~t i maa smnd the abllityv to obtain favors by
!i :he a ri use~ a ;i ;nei Hc sulre you give the right amount
,f eli,.~ll acano lio i tha~ thisfe ian be a very successful and
hopr' r ncr ieirrr wili foiiain lti- ech ~alaca training early In life
"il np !r e i:l'i thle! Jo( not iompel Whlat you make





urpc~tt fr Ilne Isr t ini each re1tion, noc order tot the cfine n
hin it co pilr 111 1ek11 : T e svenleter ad ich -tll erfl L


APARTMENT 3-G By Alex Kotzky


r-- I [IUN' v OU SAY THAT SHE AND WAS AN NlrE ELE
WIANT TO ll LESTER WERE ENGAGED BACK VOLVED IN THAT ACCIC NT
UPSET HER, IN CALIFORNIA---8(JT THAT-,
WHEN MARGO INADVERTENTLY, NMSS HE WAS SUPPOSEULY YFS YEi BUT
MENTIONS THE NAME 'LARRY' THOMPSON :'ROWNED IN A BOATING i'! 5Ie
THE DETECTIVE STARTS TO iN- - BUT I HAD ACCIDENT! O TH
TENSlFY Hi IS QE-;TI Wh-i~ TOYNii r ;k KNOW DETA
AND SHE LEAVES THE ROOMZ ,sERGEANTi~
INIARS! i u



If \ u `LAj


Ir~e .d : It the birth of a bridge
njiaul bet abitv s3 drh
axtrrTrcies NtN,thmz e be would
Dealer South: E W' Vul.
North



East

10
& AK Q
south West Northl East
64 as Pass Pass
West leads the ~10 to dummy vs
Q atnd East's ?TK. Which car-d
should Etsrt play next ? Why ?
Aa-untingn tlhat South has made
aI re'rso;nab~le bid, he catnnort have
a lub or another heaurt. That
leaves him wlith 12 cmards in
spades and d~amonda~s, Ipro~bably
etceht spades and four diaonnpdsi.
Sn l.uild he w-n the seonrd trickr
byv ruff~ing. he will I'ay down t~he
iA. and if West Show~s out, tihe
trairno position will be rezvealed.
Olteelyl Souith didn t bid *6 with
AKxx,. He must have the
jQ toro, and if so. the OJ will be
;rt entry forr talking the tru~nny
To cut his tinkC With drunmolv.
3? ,eld tu bPck. ~tjf shouthd
t ferrore, lead hi~s 010Q.



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heref to
ma tina a
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letter may
e need oanc
only. Each
word musdt c0ontls the larg
letter and there mast be at
least one el blctter worrd in the
puDrer armr ) I'

eclcl a n Me d.
YESTERDAY'S WOLUTIOIN :
I hle bblm less~B liime 11r
m~le mti ll misse seal sWlim
sitme Jmell emile.


Clu ter hc





By LEO AF D BA DEN








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1i Hr: in, flthhl i s~equec
wholl !rillel il>kedc awon Can e

:i Pa: tcun 10\ wos grand c
inctel 1 C0 fef (ub chR mate Il
40 Ktc ad che expert ln; J
miut count pla yer:~ j cinin
ut I1. lubi~ (tadar ;tonute Hrd



avecrage: lat Inumtmc. nouvice.


('hess Solution

fi II' 3 d I 1/ 86l en hZ
Ri Kti (h main~c rltter 4
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EGt~- OF COURmE '
Zou CANi 60Y IT-
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~G lVE YOML THIE


tr~ry oveonenwmndowotl rwit dut scoesse
tfhe thira iccl 11 gihse out sa Qi vr
breaks off the icicle and is about to rush
)k: indoors when Jack appears, now fully
qed. Have you found one ? asks Jack-
shre it is calls out Rupert, though he


The Tribune - M Wonday, April 1, 1974


Dal Curt s



STATION TO D NNER iiERE ?CoMO:pRO
NItGHT--r! !~A i I~tHAT OAD Of
SY UriS IS Ti~

i MONTU5S


ii?: ~rD FFERE~N7 I
g N WUAT W~AY?)


THE TRUTH IS THAT KARL ftEEL
VERY BITTERf tOWARD YOU! WHY
WOULD YOU WANT TO HELP HIM?


MY MOTIVE CISELPSH! ASH
ITOLD YO)U, I WINt NO ~fE...
S)UT riE'6 QUESTIONED MYA
IrNTERITY...AND toA
LAWYERf, THAT' DEA~DW!j


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Ilito ( t E INW


Hcitti. ( 9 AL E P
t~~~ct oonn MOMh N 0
AG iI~LI


"Poopedl


TON GHT YO1 WILL
SE SEEN VVITH YOUP
BEAUTIFUL "WIFE" AT THE
CAGINO-GAMBLING FOR
UUSALYTR LIH STAKES,


FUNUS HER aE

S BELONG TC0 ME? t


dCROSSSO

ACROr reort 8, Escal


,llmand~er iiFar
'RS ; un, l :;r 33 Henp
sn M4 raw
j Cupid 38 uc
!rang onr the 42. Heck
witnesss stand 45. Arias
7 Go back on 46. Comr
9 Neglect 47. Shelt
Western hero 48. Single
4 leather 49. Inset
sateliite 50. Blun
Be~ak 5L, Serf


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REAAARK: '7 st L.1
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At a drstancP 5 Planet
Favoring 6. Region
Suggestion 7 Natlvity
Vaccine 8. Large bird
g <7 I'o 9. Remote
10. Endeavor
137 16 1Hoot
18. N ise
21. Names
:22 Memorabiia
7' >3. Egg drink
2 4 Sawyer
25 Unclose
-- 27. Large rock
30 Cad
33 32 Semele s
sister
35. Banish
37. Offs tn
"'139. Squint
-40. Pearl Buck
heroine
41. Cleopatra's

42 Tienrted
43. Black gram
44 Tennis term


cannot go st wh hzlei s fin lu ds wn Itd
assh ao neavomeMn to hot go she says '
very kind. Mrs. Bear,~ smiles Jack.' but there
isn' ta moment to lose ?

ALL RIGHTS RESERVto


3~e Corn; /3atto


JUDGE PARKER


Paul Nichols


'APR/L F~P~~/
IT ~4S O~i~A DIME.


Saunders & Overgard


STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD








- 7 ; SPEC THE ?5 E iR

_~I ,rp~ 4Lj gyygyVki 4 09
/ILE TWFJWERYr


O ., r 1T RELAX AND ENJCh'
YOURSELF? FOR MANY, Al\
UNLIIMITED EXPENSjE ACCOUNT
N hiA GAMBLING CASINO WOULD
N E FSIDE~RED PARAaiSE.





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SOLUTION Of YESTERDAY S PUZZLE


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The Tribune - Monday, April 1, 1974


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mJ- C I I I M I M I


-ASTROS HAMMER



BECKS BEES 14-3













Left fielder Cedric Johnson rounds second easily as Bimini's second baseman
unsuccessfully fields a hit and St. Bernards centre fielder Dencil Clarke slides safely into
second base on a close play by George Weech. Pictures: V~INCENT VA UGHAN (The Photograph~ers)


RONALD SEYiMOUR'S five
strike out/two hit attack
combined with the three run
stick of catcher Cassman
Miller leading the Nassau
Astros to a 14-6 clobbering of
defending champs Becks Bees
in junior league action over the
weekend.
Sey~mour's steady mound
performance over four innings
of play kept Becks to a mere
two runs off two hits.
H-owever, he became a little
erratic in the final frame and

=sudbtie aer on calls tote

capitalized on this scoring four
runs.
The Astros. off on a good
foot. sent a total of 17 batters
to the plate in the first inning
putting together 12 runs.
Seymour and Miller in that
inning scored two runs each
Centre fielder V-aughan Carsh
who in that inning was given
two consecutive walks also
scored twice
Becks made use of an error
on Miller to score their first
run in the second inning.
William Thomipson who
singled, successfully stole
second but injured his ankle tn
the slide.
Wellington Ferguson who
pinch ran, stole third and went
homeswhen Miller's relay went
off target.
Seymour and Mtiller each
scoring their third run of the
game in the third Inning
capped the Astros s~c~ond


ABAB

BAHAMIAN silver
medalist Nathaniel Knowles
(pictured) was yesterday
honoured by the Amateur
Boxing Association of the
Bahamas androfficially nam d

amateur fighting on the local
scene.
Talented and very
dedicated, Knowles who is a
middleweight boxer won for
the Bahamas their sole medal
in the recent Central
American and Caribbean
Games. The A.B.A.B. on that
occasion became the
youngest sporting
organization in the country
ever to win a medal.


victory in three played. They
took their sole loss to
Heineke~n Stars
Manager Chris Ferguson
figured that the Astros took
advantage of the time factor
given them. H-e felt that Becks
was cheated out of two
innings.
"T~he duration of play." he
said quoting the by laws of the
B B.A. "shall be seven
inig. Hlwce oly five
inni were pay d.o his led
h to lodge 3 rotest

Desi nated hitter Bernard
Burw fo ma three for four
a ba sode one and knocked
in three runs yesterday' lead g
the (itiboan ChhreM~erssito cks X
The Bucks Saturday in the
first of the double header
stopped the Chargers 5-1 on


ten hits.
With Basi l Hall on the
mound, the Chargers yesterday
controlled a 5-1 lead over three
innings before Bernard Aranha
crossed the plate in the top of
the fourth for the Bucks sole
run.
Centre fielder Kendal
Munroe who added to the
Chargers' offence going one for
three from the plate scored his
second run of the game in the
sixth inning. Burrows scored
his sole run in that inning off
Andre Rodgers' sacrifice fly;.

St. Bernards, having been
stopped 7-5 m their first game
against the Bimini Maritms on
Saturday seemed determined
tbo win the second yesterday
but their nine inning contest
;tnded in a nine all tie.
Bimini had to leave for their
return trip home.


By GLA\DSTONE THURSTON
THEI SAV~IOL~ R of an\ landf ri the
s young peoplepi of thatt aindi in which~ they
iive` and the kind I!! wisdom~!: Ifhat ii ging
toi be gattheredi irom! those thjt Jre laing ~i~r




the~ B~t~ilahaa fedeirattmn o~f Amalttulr
Spoirts gueist of ho~nour: Satu~rdfa! During
thelrr annuals sportsmn~, i iportswoma! n of
!the lear aw~ardl presentation i

Primet \hinister Mfr Atu an.t
Ztiniste~r o! -f Eductin and (`ulture fr
Lwitngstone C~oaklet andi the president of
t-the Bahamans Olirmple Ass~ociation! Mr
Arlinston Butle~r Kirk Smitrh \\,r\ 11 C
"ts Iookatth l~iefederationr: andiithe
peopvlle- whtc iive wtitiln the ,ion iiines of
thl iiedcrtio~n. thern we~ begin ti look~ at
w~hat we have within outr Ltountrl, and
wthat we~t ian dol r:o help ouri count" ir~

in the i'~ in... (;n Ga s itse~t. hei Jant
th~t it a~ t rremndata-~ i tcechne to, b there


UCther nation \iili th ildc jin !
Thiese )toungi men' .Ind women.ii thie\ (
tBroke b~readJ lthicter, .in the\l song


11 "l1 a it y


l aungsters:. Hei saul. bring together their
Idci!miclr unnyl!: oft the~ world and
intlrdce:!~ then!! lto youngsters Utof ohe
n~tfionsz i)! the world in border that "we

tlthe eyesi~ ofi ithe (; m which we belirev
to, be at~ii t1 >i ai betterT jobl for

I h ques'tiion ' being~ ablc to w5in
trophiies ,rnd w!i;lsi 1a a tremnendouis
ii; ''it~ home: ,!ble to! istnd ato~p the



oingll toi da:. i!wc1 said


secondiiari to, the road to th



jChampionsh:1ipl fortn wh ~ich o \s~irto tor


blcom (;!lIi oh,! arroded tand exubse that t i

ontiie annot cri thetI lniiatrlt u O~n wih t

Aslong'~v'r isth ind.Induls are going to Ir
lern~Pit i train the h: horne from which !th

th odi in whtl~ ichI 11 fthe ?/\ ble thl' at e is


SOW 9nS

life and athletics according to the rurles of
the society in which you live.
'To putt that into practice inl the
commiunit\ In which you live "then to
me vou are the greatest champion that
an\! person could ever want." said Owens
"The~se are the things that will never
becomeni tarnished,. and these are the
things thiat will never gather dust, and
these are the things that will live with y~ou
as long as !ou live on the face of G;od's
earth "
it is the people of` the irountry that
rnake the country work. noted the

~The counitry, he said. needs young
people who will be strong enough to
know when they are weka aind brave
e~noughi to face themselves when they are
lifralid.r A cuntry needs people w~ho are
humrrble andl gentle in victory andl whose
wrishes will notr replace their actions
People who will know G;od andl to know
themrselves whiih is the foundation stone
of knowledge.
He called for youngstters whose goals
would be high: children who will learn to
miaster themnselves before theyv learn to
master others; those w5ho will reach into
the future anid still never forget the past.
PEAnd after all1 this.ugier that chh d
he will often be serious. he will never take
himself too, serious!"


The C.A4.C. triumph
marked the second historic
achievement for Knowles.
In 1972 when the A.B.A.B.
pa rti cipated in an
inhterna ionaltcompetition ftw
became the first Bahamian
fighter to win a fight in the
big time amateur circles when
he went through the first
round of the Munich
Olympics.
Knowles possibly the
A.B.A.B's candidate for
sportsman of 1974 is
considered the pace setter for
current amateurs and others
who aspire to take up the
sport in the future.


"Knowles' silver medal is a
thing of beauty but the
A.B.A.B. felt that he deserved
something else to show how
much his dedication and
willingness to listen to his
mentors has been
appreciated," an A.B.A.B.
release said,


a hafhre mes act vuini ahn is future. a ttin
w~hen you weig~h the responsibilities to youir
teaml and your famalies," C'sonka said.
f~he 240 pound full back mnade two
touchdowns leading the D~olphins to a 24-7
ritcary over Minnesota and a second
consecutive Super Bowl triumph in January.
"I think a lot of keynote clavers will be
iComing over to this league. Their people mean
business." noted Csonka. "I think that in three
or fo~ur years there will be a leveling-off of
talent between the N.F .L. and the W.F.L."
Dolphins' safety Dick Anderson pointed out
that there is not a player in professional
football who would not jump to the new
league for that kind of money.
C'sonka reportedly gets the largest share of
the Toronto package, about $1 4 million.
Warfield and Kiick signed for an estimate
$900.000 and $700,000 respectively.


LARRY (:CSNKA. Paul Warfieldf aInd Jini
Kiick all top players oni the Miamii Dolphins
Football Squad signed contracts totalling 53
mrilllon Sunday with the Toronto Northmnir in
thle new~ly formed World I-ootballl Letague ~
T~his mnove takes effc~it at the start of the
19)75 season after the three have played o~ut
the one year option on their National F~ootball
icontrac~ts with the Dolphins.
It was predicted by' the three playecri that
mny3) other N.F;.L. wou~ldi oin the W F L
Dolphins head coach Donr Shula expressed
disappointment and shock c~oncerning the
situation,
"I don't think anybhody c~an say~ how
difficult 1974 would be. We've never been in
this position. We were In the unique position
of trying to win a third straight Super Bowl


and getting everybody' back
said during a prerss conferences.


together." he


HIOB BYr H-orse race tr
linetup for tomorrow:
tIRST RAC`E el turion~s.
CLASS M 1
IST. Hfalf Da;ily Doruble
1. Seat Iire
2. Queen Of The Road
3, Banquero
4. Star Witness


7. L~iquidator
8. Sw eet ness N ow
9. Red G;uinea
Also Fligibles:
Sun Timer
Miss Nethlen
Sweet N Easy
Justice
SECOND RA(`E -6 F'urlongs.
'LASS F & G
2ND. Half Daily Double
1. R. Ud Ha p
3. fr`ee t-or Annie
4. Sugar Hill
S. More Sugar
6. Regal Ranger
7. Miss Millie
8. Jungle Pie
9. Annie Bell
Also Eligibles:
Dusty Wind

Spanish Durncer
THIRD RACE 4V2SI~urlongs.

l. unne'soloy 1 i


ack
3. Dream G;irl I16
4. Liberty Bell I16
5. Ciparillo 16
7.Tiuhble Maker 16
I 14
9. 18a Twist 8 B
I16 Also Eligibles
I14 Wall Eqe I18
I1 I OURTH RAC'I- 5 EFurlongs.
II 16 LASS (
I18 I. Wi ~ed D~uchess a ~
I 3. Shaheen 1S 1
1 4. Able Sugar I18
I 16 S. Lady Cherster 15
I16 6.Add Ss ) ar 9
I16 7.HWekfin 1
8. Mama Bfrite I15
9. Samanthu I15
VI-ITH RACE 9 Curlons.

g1 Carroll~ I'sood t~or (Lup Race
118 I. Roman L~ancer 6 ~
I18 3. Lady Ily I16
I 18 4. Ctlo~ured G~irl I 16
It 18 Striefly I 18
118 6. A('s twhrr 118
I 18 7. Sir 1 rancis I 18
1 16 8. Scare Um I 16
9. Son () Pie I 18
15 saLtEligibles: l8
I16 SIXTH RACI: 6 F`urlong~s

I. Go SugatlS 116
81 2 titett 10


4. G;one Away
$. Queen of Hearts
6. Debi
7. Ladv Stella
8. Jackie
9. C'armichael Q~ueen
c~hime Song
SEVENTH RACE 4
CLASS N 2 Year

3. Jungle John
4. Uncle Weevil
5,. Mama
6. I~idelity Jatne
7. Miss Holero
8I. Aries Moon
9. Aunt Clo
Also Eligibles:
Regal Star
Royall Prince
Hydra

L ttle Tger
tlGHTHI RACE 4V2
CLASS N Scr;
I. Rockola

3. At Last
4. Stargazer It
5. Sansovina
6. Star Trek

8.Ms ene
9. Mama Waldee


Mba Uzcath


I 16
116
I 18
I 15
116
I 14
I 19
"1 tFurlongs.
Olds &; Up

1 18
I18
I16
I16
I 16
I 16
I16

118


F uriongs.
apped N


3 Award


VOLLEY4BALL sand out <.
veteran vachtsman Durward.




.4 Amateur Sports annual awards
presentation. r
1They both received the
* r' Prime MCinister's trophies.
Squash rackets' undefeated ~
ladies champ Doreen McNeil i r
--. 1 ~~was awarded the first runner ~ c : d~~"
up position with basketball's R I1
most valuable player Cynthiea b
11sey Pr.ml and swimming's J
12-vear old Traicy Jagr tied for .
the second runneruip place. C,
Robert Montgomery. squash .
c champion received the first ..' I
runner uip in the men division. '" Ia
Basketball s Jeromie Barney
was3 the second runnerup- A .
.*rr Bahamas' first major league
baseball player Andre Rodgers
and Olympic medalist Tommy
Robinson were also honoured
by the B.F.A.S. They were
awarded plaques,




YOUng peop e must aim high,


honours Kno wies


Warfield signs for WFL