<%BANNER%>
The Tribune.
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00084249/03583
 Material Information
Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
Added title page title: Nassau tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: April 2, 1974
 Subjects
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
 Notes
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 79, no. 210 (Aug. 3, 1983); title from caption.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 09994850
oclc - 9994850
System ID: UF00084249:03583

Full Text









^ DUDLEY'S
COR. ROSETTA ST. & MT. ROVAL AVE.


PIONEER IS HERE!

tered with Postmaster of Bahamas for poitaIe


t1e nribunr

co.nce.son. within the Bahamas, Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


VOL. LXXI, No. 110


Tuesday, April 2, 1974.


Price: 20 Cents


.QE 2 drifts helplessly in mid-ocean breakdown drama der


axe


- m- .qSlit UN Ut mis urnim mm UNMI UUU ~


QE 2 ... boiler problems


VESCO

EVADES

NIXON

CASH

QUESTION

NEW YORK Self-exiled
financier Robert L. Vesco has
declined to say whether he
ever discussed with President
Nixon the secret $200,000
contribution Vesco made to
the President's 1972
re-election campaign.
"Uh ... let's go on to the
next question." was the way
Vesco responded to the
question when it was put to
him by CBS' Walter Cronkite
Monday night The network
anchorman spoke to Vesco
over the telephone to Costa
Rica where Vesco has fled
with his family.
Vesco was indicted with
former Atty. Gen. John N.
Mitchell and ex-Commerce
Secretary Maurice H. Stans,
now on trial for allegedly
trying to influence a
Securities and Exchange
Commission inquhiy into

for the secret contribution.
When Cronkite asked if
Vesco's response could be
taken as a "no comment."
Vesco replied: "I don't hear
the question too clearly and
I'm sure if you spoke it 10
times, I still wouldn't hear
it."
Sunday in an interview in
the Washington Post, Vesco
said of the Stans-Mitchell
trial:
"It is terribly frustrating to
see the trial on and not be
participating. Here's poor
Mitchell and Stans and the
President going through this
terrible harassment. They
don't deserve it."
Vesco added: "The
prosecutors in New York
offered me all sorts of deals.
But they wanted programmed
testimony. I said I would be
alad to tell them what I


5- '_ ."..- -- 77..diet
knew, but not what they Till HOTEL and Catering sha
wanted to say. They've had Workers Union on Friday filed e
about 24 witnesses and at two disputes against the Hyatt rep
least 20 of them lied or i mnerald Beach Hotel, and mai
shaved the truth." there was a warning that if the T
Labour Ministry does
Bankers not move quickly to resolve n
thle disputes "demonstrations" ha
nminght be staged to prod int
talK authorities into action. ou
And a third area off at
SIR )DEREK Pritchard. disagreement is a matter of effi
president ot the Institute of growing concern both from the cle
Directors of London, will give workers' point of view and as a said
a luncheon address to the matter of health, a union that
Bankers ('Club tomorrow in the spokesman said. calr
Victoria Room of the Sheraton Hotel Union president David stall
British Colonial Hotel. Knowles told The Tribune this ent
beginning 12.45 p.m. morning that the official
Sir Derek will speak on disputes registered on Friday
world affairs and will also related to the lay-off of five reg
make reference to the cleaning staff members, and to Kn
Bahamas. This will be the third the redistribution of group disi
consecutive year that he will gratuities among service sai
have addressed the Bankers employees. IsuP
Club in the course of his The third problem area, hot
annual visit to Lyford Cay. which has not yet become an of
Sir Derek has been chairman official dispute, centres on a bca
of Carreras Ltd. since 1970. cut-back in the weekly working bel
His other company affiliations time of kitchen and dining off
include president, Institute of room employees. off
Directors, president Institute Mr. Knowles said that about dis;
of Export; and president a week ago management laid Cal
Abbeyfield Society. off the five cleaners for a
period of three weeks. He said
He has had extensive management attributed the dis1
business experience with a move to economy measures arr
number of prominent British intended to off-set increases in un
firms and is a director of over payroll under the two-year res
20 companies, contract signed in February.
LAY-OFFS
SThe problem, Mr. Knowles ye
AT M [ said, is that the five laid-off an
SM I I workers constitute more than ha
(Nassau Store Only) ten percent of the cleaning Mi
SEE department's staff, and he said
l B I aI Lt they are therefore entitled to ca
*5 IBEW SWl[ implementation of the Mi
NOW IN FULL SWING contract's redundancy clause, mi
S YOU SAVE! He pointed out that the sai
contract stipulates that
whenever redINdancv reachis t


By MIKE LOTHIAN


ten
A,-


30


in cutback

ABOUT 30 Bahamasair employees, including eight pilots, were yesterday told
they would lose their jobs as part of an overall economy move to reduce operating
expenses.
Mr. William C. Allen board chairman of Baliamasaim. announced yesterday that the company


was forced to reduce staff and
from escalating fuel prices and "
The airline hopes that the
cuts will improve efficiency
while reducing .'1p aliigi
expenses. Bah.imasair employs
some 400 person.
The tribune reported on
March 12 'ht Baharnasair was
ornie t'; r, r . s.verstaffed.
stemming trom the mnerger of
Out Island Airways and
Flamingo staff at the time the
national carrier was
established.
"We are extremely reluctant
about having to take these
steps, and will try to keep staff
reduction to the minimumm"
Mr. Allen said today.
Generally, he added, the
company\ would try to respect
an employee's seniority in
making its decision.


d pare down flight schedules due to
'a heavy payroll burden."


severe cost increases resulting


By NICK KELLY


lhe stallt cuts arc being
made across-the-board and in
every department
Airline officials are presently
reviewing flight schedules to
see where savings can best be
effected without disrupting
service.
"We are looking at it in
terms of load factor and where
it it feasible to cut," Mr. Allen
said
,\inr h. tL l i Bahanmasair is
presently engaged in a dispute
with its pilots over wage
increases, the new economy
measures are .'p.-rt.-'..li an
effort to cover existing losses.
The pilots went on a
w or k-to-ru le slowdown


Saturday morning in an effort
to force a settlement with
management. Over the
weekend flights were running
from half-an-hour to an hour
behind schedule.
Airport observers told The
Tribune this morning however
that there appeared to be a big
improvement and flights
seemed to be running on
schedule.
Representatives of the
Bahama Islands Airline Pilots
Association (BIALPA) met
again yesterday afternoon with
Bahamasair industrial relations
negotiator Murray Law.
Indications were that the talks
were going better than they
have in previous weeks.


Hotel union gives Labour



Ministry demos warning


I percent or more in any
apartment "'the employer
ll arrange a meeting with
presentativcs of the trade
on to determine how such
tters shall be dealt with."
This was not done, Mr.
owles charged.
-ie added that management
s said the lay-offs were
ended to "see how it works
t" referring to the
iciency of a reduced
waning staff. Mr. Knowles
d the union has suggested
t if that is the case then it
Sbe done by rotating the
ff, rather than putting some
irely out of work.
M11 ( i tl) DISPUTE
lhe second dispute
istered on Friday, Mr.
owles said, concerned the
tribution of gratuities. Hie
d a rccently-appointed
mcrvisor of service at the
tel has increased the shares
himself and of the bell
ptain, at the expense of the
linen's share.
Mr. Knowles said he
icially registered those
putes with Labour Minister
afford L. Darling on Friday
d he claimed Mr. Darling
promised to take care of the
putes" on Monday by
ranging a man'.gement-
ion-Ministry meeting to
solve the issues.
NO MEETING
No meeting was called
sterday, Mr. Knowles said,
d up to this morning there
d been no word from the
nistr,.
"It may be that when we
U a demonstration the
ministry will get moving. We
ght find it necessary." he
d.
Last November, in the early
ages of talks which eventually


led to February's contract
signing the union staged
surprise wild-cat strikes in eight
major New Providence and
Paradise Island hotels.
In a subsequent Tribune
interview Mr. Knowles revealed
that the work-stoppages were
S.. ili,.il, designed to force
Labour Ministry intervention
in the bogged-down talks
(They served their purpose: it
was only after the strikes that
the Ministry got management
and the union together to start
the contract talks.)
WARNING
Mr. Knowles' comment this
morning was a clear indication
that the same tactics will be
employed again if the Ministry
fails to act quickly in the two"
Hi att Emerald Beach disputes.
Mr. Knowles this morning
also expressed concern over
another of Hyatt's economy
measures.
tie said about two weeks ago
management began offering
only buffet breakfasts. He said
guests are now choosing what
they want from tables of
prepared food and special
orders are being handled by a
portable gas stove set up in the
dining room.
This, he said has enabled
management to reduce the
numbers of. both kitchen
workers and waiters needed for
breakfast.
HEALTH PROBLEM
He added that the union also
intends to bring t he Health
Ministry's attention the
possibility that the presence of
the gas stove in the dining
room might constitute a health
hazard.
He pointed out that in the
specially-designed kitchens
hoods overhang the stoves and
fans working like vacuums


dr;iw up all heat and fumes and
disperse them outside th --
hotel
No such special ventilation
exists in the dining room, hli
said.
The Tribune contacted
thatt Fmerald Beach liotel
general manager Dennis Davi-
for comment on the union
allegations this morning, but
the conversation \Nas
interrupted by an in-comning
overseas call for Mr. Da\is M,
Davis was to have returned [hec
Tribune's call. Up to press time
today he had not done so.


LONDON Emergency repairs were being
carried out today aboard Britain's luxury liner
Queen Elizabeth 2, drifting helplessly in the
Atlantic 36 hours after its boilers broke down.
And passengers were expected to be
evacuated in a dramatic mid-ocean transfer to
another ship, Bermuda harbour radio
reported.
The radio said the Norwegian liner Sea
Venture, owned by Flagship Cruises, was
leaving Bermuda to take on the more than
1,600 passengers of the QE2, drifting about
270 miles southwest of Bermuda.
The huge ship was disabled by a boiler
breakdown Monday, and by midday today
there were unofficial reports that the air
conditioning system and refrigeration units
were not functioning properly.
The mid-ocean transfer was expected to be
performed by lifeboat. The sea was reported
calm and the weather good.
Officials said earlier the ship was in no
danger. There was no indication that the
decision to evacuate passengers was prompted
by any critical new development.
After the initial trouble, the QE2's boilers
were allowed to cool down to allow an
inspection to determine what repairs were
needed.
The ship got underway briefly this morning
at a slow 10 knots, but officials, apparently
not satisfied with the ship's performance, shut
down the engines a second time for another
check of the boilers.
Some passengers aboard the liner were


reported uncomfortable from the rolling of the
ship during the unexpected delay.
Cunard said 10 tons of equipment is being
flown out to Bermuda and would arrive within
24 hours.
"As a further precaution the company's tugs
have been asked to stand by in case assistance
is needed," said Cunard chairman Victor
Matthews.
As the 65,000-ton ship drifted, its 1,630
passengers, mostly U.S. football fans, were
LATE FLASH: Passengers will be
transferred to Norwegian cruise ship in
mid-Atlantic tomorrow, Cunard
announced. Passengers will be taken to
Bermuda and flown to New York. Full
fare will be refunded.
plied with free drinks and the bands played all
night.
"People are taking it pretty well, the captain
is keeping us informed about what is going
on." passenger John Schmidt told the British
Broadcasting Corporation by radio telephone.
But Ron McDole of the Washington
Redskins said in an interview with Washington
radio station WWDC the air conditioning has
been turned off and conditions below deck are
"stifling."
McDole also said food supplies are beginning
to run short.
The enormous liner, outsized only by the
France. was on a scheduled week-long cruise
which was to have included stops at St.
Thomas and the Virgin Islands.


EMMALINE BUTLER DIES
S MISS EMMALINE Butler (pictured) second daughter of
Sir Milo and Lady Butler. died today at the Princess
Margaret hospital
His Excellency has directed that family mourning will be
.observed at Government House from today until midnight
on Saturday.
Funeral arrangements will be announced later.
It is understood that Miss Butler, 44, returned to Nassau
on Sunday from Florida and was admitted to the Princess
Margaret Hospital the same day. She died at 4.30 this
morning.
SMiss Butler was a nurse.


SWord Isaacs to quiz
Ser
UNE Pindlinis adding a
156-S Trailer to P inon
Clipper Cutlass
(value $4220) in A*
ord prize this Adderley article
-Add1eriey articl


( 'l' l >) 1 I I( IN leader Kendal
Isamac, (FNM-Fort Montagu)
gaec notice at the last House
mccting that he would
tomonrowv ask Prime Minister
1 0. Pindling whether
1- eternal Affairs Minister Paul
1 Adderley's article in the
\hami Herald on March 3
constituted a breach of the
Ministerial Code of Ethics.
The article, appearing under
\ir Adderley's byline, dealt
with Mr. Adderley's impression
, f hemispheric relation,
following a Foreign Ministers'
Conference in Mexico Cits. the
first international meeting of
its kind at which the
newly-independent Bahamas
was officially represented
Mr. Isaacs asks the Prime
Minister:
"Did the Honourable Prime
Minister give his permission for
the pu blication of the said
article?
"It not what steps has the
lon. Prime Minister taken or
prop,"cs to take to deal with
lis breach"
"Does the Hon Prime
Minister consider the contents
'A the article to be in good


taste and consonant with the
posture of this country in
international and hemispheric
diplomacy?"
Among Mr. Adderle% 's
comments on the conference in
the article was that "after the
first two days I decided that I
know why the world and its
iouth particular have been so
frustrated by its leadership, so
full of pomp pretension and
power."
The Code of Ethics states in
part :
"Ministers should not
practise journalism while
holding office. Exceptions may
be made of works of a literary.
historical, scientific,
philosophical or romantic
nature ... In any case of doubt
Minister should submit such
cases to him (the Prime
Minister) for his direction."

SNAPPER SALE
SOME 1500 pounds of deep
water black snapper will l' on
sale at Potter's ('ay tomorrow.
The fish was brought in by
the Fregata as part of the U.N.
Fisheries project and will be
sold from the boat.


Government move to borrow $11million


DEPUTY PRIM 1
MINISTER and Minister of
Finance Arthur D. Hanna will
tomorrow seek House
authority to issue Government
Stock for the first time, in a
bid to borrow $11 million
from local sources.
The Bahamas Electricity
Corporation will borrow $4
million of the money raised
from the Government, $2
million will be loaned to the
Bahamas Telecommunications
Corporation, and $5 million
will be used to meet
Government commitments of
the International Monetary
Fund and the World Bank.
Government's move comes
in the form of a resolution
tabled by Mr. Hanna at the last
House meeting and scheduled
for debate and vote tomorrow.
The resolution is being
moved for adoption under the
provisions of the Bahamas
Registered Stock Act, which
passed through the legislature
last May.
The Act allows the Finance
Minister. on specific authority


from the House, to create and
issue Government Stock when
necessary.
The Stock is designed to
supplement the Government's
fund-raising-by-loan capability.
Stock is similar to
Treasury Bills. Bills are issued
by the Bahamas Monetary
Authority in lar ge
demoninations for 90 days,
and are subscribed to almost
exclusively by banks. Stock
can be issues by Government
itself in smaller denominations
on longer terms.
The Registered Stock Act
stipulates that where House


authority for a stock issue is
sought, the purposed for,
which the money will be used
must be spelled out.
Mr. Hanna's resolution states
that the proceeds of the loans
will be allocated to the two
public corporations and to the
IMF and World Bank, and gives
the various amounts.
In another Government-
sponsored resolution slated for
debate tomorrow, develop-
ment Minister Alfred T.
Maycock will seek House
approval for the sale of 7,739
square feet of land at Harbour
Island to BaTelCo for $5,500.


Children in sea rescue


TWELVE persons, including
two children, were rescued by
BASRA from the freighter
Madam Elizabeth today after
the 70-foot freighter ran hard
aground on the western side of
North Cay.
Twenty-six people were


reported aboard, but the rest
made their way to the
Balmoral Beach Hotel dock in
a dinghy.
The captain and crew were
left aboard and it was hoped
the vessel would be refloated at
high tide this afternoon.


at Assizes
I-IVE CASI-S of murder
have been included in this
month's Criminal Assize-.
which will be formally open
bh Chief Justice Leonard J.
Knowles tomorrow morning.
Presiding during the April
Criminal Sessions, the Chief
Justice, along with Puisne
Justice Samuel Graham are also
expected to hear 21 ,th it cases
raingng from receiving rape.
Included in the n:c1ioter of
cases being tried arc two
re-trials, that of Jamaican Errol
lia\d. le accused of murder
ailnd attempted armed robbery
and also the case of Theophilus
Smith, an Eight Mile Rock,
Grand Bahama. youth accused
of the knifing of Enghsh oil
inspector Clive Crocker.
Also taking place during
tomorrow's opening
ceremonies will be the cai"
the bar of Mr. lan Ant
Bethell. Mr. Bethell nepht
Opposition leader Kendal
Isaacs, to whose chambers he is
articled, will have his petition
presented tomorrow morning
by Miss Jeanne Thpmpson.

ROAD BLOCKS

LICENCE

CHECK
UP TO 5 p m. today> the
fort Charlotte headquarters of
road traffic had given licences
to 2.500 of the remaining
10.000 unhcenced cars in New
Providence. Long lines queued
up at the Fort Charlotte
branch all das yesterday and
today.
This morning the police set
up various road blocks around
the island searching for cars.
without licences.
One road biock, was at the
Uast Ba; St-eet Shir -v Street
inter-section and another was
at the Wulff Road-Bernard
Road roundabout
Deputy-controllcr of road
traffic Mr. Noel Thompson
confirnied that of the
estimated 30.000 vehicles in
New Providence, about 10,000
remained unlicenced at. the
March 31 deadline.

Girls! It's

beauty

time again
1HII MISS Bahamas Beauty
Pageant CUmmittee today
issued its tirs limitation to
Bahamian hc ties to enter the
1974 Miss Bahaiiais Beautv
Pageant t) be held at
Paradise Island's Le Cabaret
Theatre later this summer.
The invitation is to ladies
between the ages o lt, and 28
years.
The pageant is the national
beauty contest .f the Bahamas,
and the winner will represent
the Bahamas in several
international events, including
the pr ,iigi.i,- Miss ULniverse
Pageant.
The Miss lBah ians contest
offers also a numinbcr of prizes
not only to top finishers but to
all entrants, including iewellry.
make-up, clothing and vacation
trips.
Application forms may be
obtained from memlbners of the
Committee Mrs. Ha-tl Thompson,
President. 3-S987, Mrs. Cypriana
Vleischer, Secretary, 3-1896; Mrs.
Vernice Cooper, Treasurer, 3-1818;
Mrs. Cherry Bethel. Publicity
Director. 4-2107 Mrs. Shirley
Vanderpool. 5-2984: Mrs. Vera
Cartwright. 3-2051; Mrs. Carisse
Thompson. 3-6183 and Mrs. Joan
Neely, or by writing to P', 0. .Box
N 1307. Nassau.
SEA TALK
MR. PAUL Johnson, a
Scottish sailor, will give a talk,
illustrated with slides, at the
Bahamas Air Sea Rescue
Association's regular monthly
meeting tomorrow night at
8.30 p.m. The meeting will be
held at BASRA Headquarers
on the Eastern Parade.


Mr. Johnson has sailed the
Atlantic back and forth a
number of times bv a boat he
built himself.







|_lA


Airline to


Crosi
trail
THE TRI1
$355 Gaitor
the Orlando
de luxe boat
the cross
week.


The boat and trailer are on
display at Maura Lumber's
Shirley Street store.
If the Tribune Crossword
Puzzle is not won within the
next two weeks an additional
prize will be announced.


Ii


I I- -W molow- -


- -


or


1












The Tribune - -Tuesday, April 2 19


SUiens
V :iti 1,,t er


truss-,el-
Mladndrid


1 ..,,nlulu

i'-u ,s rk


I orontio
I okv,
lhiig, Kon
Se"ul
Blngk,,k
I alpel
I ciran


I ,,tii
Ia

' 1 .1 J ,. i







Srii
,udi




S ,
c4 r i ii


Brando and Redford to boycott academy awards


BRITAIN

SNUBS

SOUTH

AFRICA

LONDON Britain's Labour
government has cancelled a
visit by the Royal yacht
Britannia t-, a South African
naval base, tue Foreign Office
announced today
It was Labour's third such
snub to a right-wing
government since it came to
power last month. -Earlier it
called off Royal Navy visits to
Chile and Greece, which the
Socialists consider are ruled bN
fascist regimes.

The 5,7669-ton Britannia had
been scheduled to fuel at the
South African naval base at
Cape Town on its way home
from ferrying Queen hli/aheth
around the South Pacific Ihe
government ordered it to get
its fuel at the Atlantic island
on St. Helena instead. (AP)

Floods

disaster

SAO PAIULO Three cities
in northeastern Brazil isolated
by spreading floods have been
declared disaster areas, the
newspaper 0) I stado de Sao
Paulo reported todas
Reports reaching Iortale/a.
the Ceara state capital, s da tlhe
cities of Marco. Bela Cru/ and
Acarau were down to j
two-day supply of food
Residents in another flooded
cit Aluaba. were reported
leaving their honres in o;ialt ()
Estado said outbreaks ot
typhoid, smallpox and fIlu were
reported in eight other
flood-stricken Lities in (l iraJ
( API



1111 1M 1111


LOS ANGELES The
film industry puts on the
46th academy awards tonight
with stars from Ann-Margaret
to Elizabeth Taylor on the
programme and Marion
Brando and Robert Redford
as no-shows
Of the 10 male nominees
for acting awards, only
Brando and Redford failed to
respond to the invitaiton to
appear. Glenda Jackson.
making a film in Rome. and
Barbra Streisand have also
declined, although friends
were still trying to convince
Miss Streisand to appear.
Otherwise, tonight's
telecast proceedings at the
music centre appears likely to
be one of the best turnouts in


Europe lifts



'safer'



speed limits


LONDON Lower speed
limits, imposed at the height ,tI
the oil crisis to scave ltuel. ,are
being relaxed in tmulch It
-turope even though tlhe ,ire
thought to have saved tves :is
well as gasoline.
Britain t rance and \nld c
Geriiianls were among the
nations that ordered speed
linut reductions last fall, andi
ill three showed signiiic.int
r eductionsI in highway ,i
accidents dunng the period,
according to g('oernIIIni it
statistics.
But the Ceasing it0 tile oil
situation and urging ftromal .
iiIanIuticturers who suffered
a sharp drop irn sales .rey
bringing luigher speeds back.
British motorists could drie
70 niph on tihe country 'r
superhigh \ a s ag.iin Frida\
alter mnore than thlie irotilths
oft 50 mph linut
Safety experts arc convinced
the slower limuts reduced
.i cn lcints. nothing this Januar 's
24.000 load casualties ,verc 14
per ccnt lfcvser thani ini Januar,
1973,
'I here ere 5(00 deaths tiIis
Jtnua,\ niIne per cent fewer
than the January hbeorc
it IFrance, authorities
inip toset a 75 mph restrictions


last Noveinmber oil the
presiousl. hlnit-free turnpikes.
wliile limits went trim h) to
5r mph on most other roads.
With the lower speed liminuts
in force lor part oft 1'73. road
accidents for the year were
epicported down 18.7 ier cent
anrd deaths down 1 5 8 per cent
over 1972
The West Gerinan
goecrnriment put a 62 niph lihnit
on its autobahns and a 50 inph
limits on all other roaid last
\November,t ind rslgoem\ I entI
statistics shtowecd a sig iiiliant
reduction in serious tia:tfic
accidents.
last January. tor c\,mple.
statistics slowed 957 persons
killed in car accidents, down
28 per cent fromt Jarnuarv
1973.
Accidi t figures in Belgium
are being kept confidential
pending a governIent decision
on future speed limits, but
police said the number tof
deaths is down since speed
restrictions were imposed.
Switzerland put a 62 mnph
limit on superhighways last
November but lifted the
regulate it three weeks ago
Road Siiel icxperts Clthiri titie
reduction cut accident figures
10 per cent i AP)


Streaker jailed

for four years


\ill NS A (reek
streaker swas sentenced ir
abset'rtia to ltiIr seacrs
tiprisoinment todae on charges
ol tendingg publc morals,
losi t l i roni i i lakis, a
2 )-year-old builder, had been
arrested 10 d laIs ago while
running naked around lthe port
on the island of A 'iinll


WheI Ihargced, leroninakis
told tle inagistrteli he streaked
"'becatsce I od ,ind the saints
had rec oinieniclded hill to do
so." 111 ibsence front curt
today\ vv .is unexplained.

cI Ie sit i sentence was the
second here wiithin 24 hours.
On Milndia ;Greece's first
streaked t 20-year-old
Itheniin i i\ats sentenced to a
,sevenImll h pri

Gregory PecBk, Linda Blair,
Cher Bono, BEurt Bacharach.
Susan Haywaard, James Caan.
Yul Brynner, Candy Bergen,
Marcel Marceau, Charlton
Heston, Charles Bronson and


AILING

POMIPIDOU

RUMOURS

SWEEP

FRANCE
PARIS The French
Government continues to
function as if things are
normal at the office of
President Geo rges Pompidou.
It is a fiction, and the
effort to uphold the image of
a vigorous president is a
losing battle.
Pessimisti c headlines
suggest Pomnpidou's health
problems may bring about a
new preside ntial election
before 1976.
The Elysee Palace issues
medical bulletins about flu
but says nothing of an
ailment that has forced
Pompidou to cancel most
ceremonial appearances and
left him with a puffed face
and apparently y impaired his
movements.
Almost all of last week's
news was bad. Pompidou was
spending most of his time at
his private apartment for
treatment of a painful case of
hemorrhoids.
A trip to Jar pan tentatively
set for the era d of April has
been cancelled. A trip to
Bonn to see C hancellor Willy
Brandt, expe cted in early
April, has beera put off until
late April.
The official explanation
for the delay ini seeing Brandt
was that some pending affairs
might be iratore ripe for
discussion later.-
But Brandt --,aidin a speech
to the Bundetag it was put
off "for reasons that I do not
meed to explain further in
detail here."
Newspapers continue to
speak of Pomp idou's courage.
comment on the possibility
of early presidential elections
and leave ttIe readers to
wonder about t hebcause.
Possible presidential
candidates all silent for
now a bout a possible
campaign include former
Premier Jacq ues Chaban-
Delmas, Fina ince Minister
Valery Giscard d'Estaing and
Secretary-Gener aal Francois
Mitterrand. AP )


Paula Prentiss.
There will be a special
award to Groucho Marx for
his contribution to film
comedy. The presentation
will be made by Jack


Lemmon.
The show is scheduled to
begin at 10 p.m. edt.
Major nominees for the
awards include:
Best picture: American
Graffiti, Cries and Whispers.
The Exorcist. The Sting and
A Touch of Class.
Best actor: Brando, Last
Tango In Paris; Lemmon,
Save the Tiger: Jack
Nicholson, Th- Last Detail:
Al Pacino, Serpico; and
Redford, The Sting.
Best actress: Ellen Burstyn,
The Exorcist; Miss Jackson. A
Touch of Class; Marsha
Mason, Cinderella Liberty;
Miss Streisand, The Way We
Were; and Joanne Woodward,
Summer Wishes, Winter
Dreams. (AP)


Canada glows



with energy


independence

CALGARY, Canada The be producing three
winter energy crisis doused the barrels to crude oil
lights of New York's Empire the turn of the century
State Building, and darkened itmuch as the world'
many other famous landmarks exporter, Saudi Arabic
across the United States and in Oil and natural ga
other countries. Mackenzie delta a
But in Canadian cities the Arctic uight cc
skylines gleamed luminously at bountifully soon. The
night, and envious American potential is considerable
visitors were reminded of the Huge hydroelectr
remark by the C('anadian have been built oi
Sncergy Minister, Donald construction.
McDonald, who said last year: What irks many ('a
"Sure we are going to be that the vast sums of
friendly and helpful. But if money spent
anybody's lights have to be development of these
turned out why should they be sources enable thi
ours?" States to continue to
They weren't. tile ecoiinomr.
And no cars needed to wait American companies
at the brinuningful gas stations pet cent of the Car
of Toronto, Montireal and and gas industry ,
Vancouver. percent of the sine
For Canadians, the energy, mining.
crisis brought a taste of One problem for
independence from the United that it needs much le
States they had rarely enjoyed. than it is econol
"We come first, after all," said produce from the tai
a loionto newspaper editor of Athabasca. and the Ai
thle long-held Canadian Canada's needs
viewpoint that America dipped expected to tCireas
into Canadian resources 60,000 barrels a day
whenever she needed them. but plans are to build
irrespective of what Canadians at the Athabasca tar
feIlt. the rate of probably
This cr\ for "Canada first" in the It 80s.(tAP)
has been echoed in the capital
at Ottawa.
Canada seems to be corning
more dependent than ever PRI ORIA. South
before on American money Paraguayan President
and Aimerican markets, Stroessner arrive
however, an official visit tod
Canada has enormous energy country whose citi
resources. Tlhe tar sands ima barred from prote


million
a das by
ry, half as
s biggest
a.
as in the
nd high
ime in
Offshore
ile.
ic dams
r are in

nadians is
American
on the
,e energy
e United
dominate
Already
own 60
radian oil
an d 56
ltng and

Canada is
'ss energy
miical to
r sands at
retic
cal he
c altiound
each y cat.
refineries
sands iat
one a 5 ear


'Superpower



behind move



to scrap



Concorde'

PARIS The (;aullist part> newspapci I,1 \r N; .:
that ant unnamed superpower obvious' l the 1 n11 s
was behind the move in Brilaim to ab ,ihonlin dlo ,,.
supersonic jitlier
The mass-circulation Parisien I iber took .a sti l-
an editorial
La Nation said. "'When a nalionatl under tllit -
Concorde is ill question. i .s no longer iii portlnt w h .. .h
(Caullist and who votes ('on ntunillst It s whether i tt
the truit of a national entei-rprise be sold olt .
pleasure of a clan geared to the interests, olf a s,ip. ,d ,
The British (iovernuent will have to licme i :.
responsibilities "
S he Parnsien Ibeien said lh.- alnli- ('ncoiirdce ,.intir,i
ineant to rem ove -'rancc fF'ir the toil rink, t ,i lit ., L I
industrialized nations
In London. Industry \hini te I oM I Ienn C n.-II .
the new Labour gocerilnment hais not e I. c d c -i!-.. k i
cancel Concorde
Benn told the lHouse ot (Coiions ),ll their opliWt tc
the government had been distiusscd ,it iiC liee i i. 11 .
week with French officials Ih l e discussions tii i
into account befoic' ,iI decision is reached, l ic hL AJ
Meanwhile, a Conscer\.tisc legislator snd t tI ,i > '
survey has slihown a British-F-rench ,uirlinc opel.li ti:
Conorl de could make a hciealtli\ profit
Robert A-\ le. iMeitbe: of I P ihlitimeni II i Clit:--
and a longtime ('0oncorde suIpport0Itler ,i li '-I 1
undertaken b k lle tht, r er iritt n (c sell il\c ti ,-t :
I L)7 I
It e u rg e d th e p rei, I a bl o uniu iiro1c in il I .. '- .
report anld puirsI e the ideal
A ,d ieC stild he put do0 % a ( d niI ns k q i' l, 1 .
Secretary\ Peter Shoi e c o ,Ill sw l l hiu sd.i h r ois .!t
report be publisiheld iAP)


BRITISH BUDGET 'M A:


BEAT INFLATION"


W A S I \(; ()0N
Washington Star-News in an
editorial on Bridish l.Wi\cs. siid
"Tihe initial budget ot
Britain'sr miinori I .aibour
government stresses a, .ariei
of tax meaIsures iCalllCd both .Jt
dcneionstr ra.iing i ll i,.otin tr\x ',,
deter iiatlio tn o couriolilte t
eccononioll ciiss iand saitisitIng
some ot the gripes of I abour's
working class coinslitiienc
"So ( i' I Iellor t the
xciihequer Denis ItHeale\ calledd
for sonice ,j.i i .' t rol ahliist
everyone to improve trlitai',
per foriiancec in igltming
inflation alnd aclhie\ Ing a
balance of international
pay inelits


il it ,i\ I11, t ,
i unp) pulir i i l h iit
'o ]I hrcd !,t, l-I'
could hli elp i !i
obtainll tlen p .i-


prtd i e rt i I ";

l.irge a v.tgCe mCi i .r'-

tllil o at I s C
sur\ iv al in i
\ tnrister I i.ir ,l,t
orn,i n c'.ill t] lh 1 n
,. lear aI ll i c iI 'p in ,r

13 r i in I !
re p nsit 1 a


South Africa bans demos


Africa
Altredoi
es (oni
lay to a
/cns tare
sting his


presence
Deputy Police \ltiister
Ja mes Kruner initked the
nes I\l strengthened Riotitus
As,,seinhlies AmendIment A,\t
late Mondj\ against "certJii
lellents illn our socet who.


Brandt backs Britain on EEC


BONN Chancellor Willy
Brandt said todas his
government is prepared to he
cooperative towards British
desire for better
Common Market terms butL
opposes amendment of basic
European Con ltuninity rules.
Brandt addressed a news
conference on mainly domestic


issues the day after British
FOoreign Secretary Jamnes
Callaghan presented his Labour
Government 's demands for
better terms to the Conmmon
Maiket ministerial council in
Lui em ourg.
Brandt refused to comment
Directly (1on Callaghan's
Luxembourg speech. but said


Honeymoona Kissingers take it easy


14-Speed /

Pushbutton Mode 661


Blender $3690

From

HAMILTON BEACHCVLL





Available in
Harvest Gold

High/Low range selector
switch
40 oz. glass container





TAYLOR INUSIIIES LIMITED
P. O. BOX N-4806 TELEPHONE 2-8941-5


ACAPULCO Henry
Kissinger, newly married
Secretary of State, and his
blonde bride rested today in
the pink and white
Mediterranean-style villa of a
Mexican banker.
Kissinger and his wife
Nancy kept a lazy pace and a
low profile.
They reportedly made
reservations at a night club
that is a favourite with
Acapulco's jet set and
scheduled a dinner with
Mexican Froeign Minister
Emilio 0. Rabasa at a large
luxurious Grecian-style home


in the Las Brisas residential
section rented by the Foreign
Ministry.
A spokesman said the
dinner with Ra basa would be
informal and with friends
instead of government
officials-
Rabasa retui rned from an
official visit to Cuba on
Sunday, and w as in town for
a convention.
Newsmen speculated that
Rabasa might sw-ant to take up
with Kissinger either the
Cuban situation or Mexican
President Luin Echemerria's


upcoming trip to Fidel
Castro's island nation.
Mexico is known to be
seeking the role of an
in ter m ediatry in
re-establishment of relations
between Washington and
Havana.
The manager of Armando's
Le Club, a discotheque on
Acapulco's waterfront drive,
said reservations were made
for the Kissingers last night.
The Kissingers had lunch at
the home of Lord Guinness, a
wealthy British banker and
his Mexican wife Gloria. The
home, isolated atep a
towering hill, is surrounded
by a high stone wall.
The honeymooning
Kissingers were married on
Saturday in Arlington, Va.,
and were staying in the
three-story terraced home of
'banker Eustaquio Escandon
in the Las Brisas area
southeast of Acapulco.
Their only activity outside
the villa since their arrival


Saturday afternoon was a
three-hour boat ride around
the egg-shaped Acapulco Bay
on Monday.
They drew applause from a
small crowd of fellow
vacationers when they
returned to the La Concha
yacht club docks after the
ride.
Both were in high spirits,
laughing and waving to about
60 people who clapped as the
Kissingers walked from the
docks to a limousine. (AP)



I IOR T iVEAR

B P.E] CHIlgViEAR


Bonn's general attitude is that
"we will be cooperative, we
will naturally treat the British
demands open-heartedly .-but
we to not find ourselves in a
situation where the treaties
it Rome and what a ias
developed from then should
be changed."
Asked whether the ('omnmon
Market could survive without
Britain Blandt said this was a
h pothletical side issue' adding:
"tior a tactical politlctan, it is
advisable to act as it this side
issue does not exist "


t .it d lu i n- t. !~si it
h -, t I I I I t l d ,1 ; ,




i, lhit se i l toinlll |i .
n tie' repii bli that '
indire, t \ pl ( it- .,i r :
visit oti the picsi ,t "
pcikdb"" u l'l
periodnay










oPlIanNionll l
NA A IS[ -
ACADM


CAREER OPPORTUNITY


FOR THOSE

WANTING TO JOIN

THE REAL ESTATE PROFESSION


INTERCONTINENTAL REALTY LIMITED L-
OFFERS THE CHANCE TO BECO(MI
INVOLVED IN THIS REWARDING
BUSINESS. APPLICANTS SHOULD I'
BETWEEN AGES 23 TO 35 WITH HIGH
SCHOOL STANDARD EDUCATION.
SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS WILL Pl[
GIVEN THEORETICAL AND ON 1 HL JO()
TRAINING.

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


1il


am


SAVE MONEY-SAVE TIME
CALL

BAHAMASALMS

MANAGEMENT
Land Clearing

Home Mainteno nce

\. *House Painting

Lawn Mowing
Services
j Telephone 58696 or 58256 t

'.U ..,s .

.. V. v It


ROYAL MAIL REGULARFREIGHT THE PACIFIC STEAM

LINES LIMITED U.K. TO NASSAU NAVIGATION CO.

For information contact the agents

R.H.CURRY &Co.,Ltd.
PHONE 2-8683 2-8686 P. U. BOX N8168 BAY STREET


I


t A.-\ it Rik..\ SI RI ISAN1)
the colourful history of the
oscar awards.
Producer Jack Haley Jr.
has booked double presenters
for most of the awards. The
list includes Liza Minelli.














The Tribune - Tuesday, April 2, 1974


(hP h ribune
NuLLIuS ADnIcTt's JURARE IN VERBA MAGISTR.
h'itg ,,um T,, Swtear, To The Dogmas Of No llaster
1 1 )N I IHl'l't'IH, PublisherlF-'ditor 191) 1 /14
I i I I l i N I I ',1 (,t o H.E., K .'.E .1 I).Ltt., L .1 )
Publisher Edi'dtor 1Q 7-1972
('"itriburing Fditor 1972 -
I 11 I N ) I'l ( It "' R RI)N.M S c., B.A.. LL.H ,B
Publisher/'djitor 1972 -
PIutosllid Duly Mloniday to Saturday


SliIlc\ Street. P.O. BO)\ N-3207, Nassau. Bahamas.
1 l I Ill()O S
ldilriail 2-45.2, '2-2260
general l Offtices ( 15 Extensions) 2-1986
Advertising 2-!~6. 2-2768

Tuesday, April 2, 1974


EDITORIAL


Looking back in the files


IB I III\\1 [)L'P (II
Rl \\l) 1 \ l\ \\. \ \R(II sth. \We 1, to ihis island
li s N ,i. \ \., \lii. t lda\ ti )ccupy tour Onew
i : t i', i I ha\e not oughtl it. I have n1111
;ii'' \ i.tie sp t anywhere lor very'

()On ltheI L ii' \\..' \ h1, k it, Nassau foi a tlrec-da, stay to
rit l .1i co id pri!' ,coio ilten l or \l r. and Mrs. John Chaplin.
Ilhs pjiot oill I'c L. I hi, \lMi nd Mis. Artic Nottage. The
'. i '- l l i.! I lit tliey have a great mlany loval
I ' Ii :li. ;:1 lh.1 , ..*. II paily given l o 1 10le 1 in the
Si i t.' i l 'i w as o f [ of the l ilest parties I
lil. ,<: !!- 11 < l<.'J i \ .isti i w .s a brilliant and a liappv

i )' \l.i: I, i, :'i 1 1ii ( ',rjl ( ables to attend a dinner
!):'ill2. !p'i l I b!\ il ,E i'k, 1il til le milla llily in M lamll
I'. s ',,i s' t,'K.'. I L. iailk to (o different cluhs iiin C' ial
1,..ih s :;im Mi \ 11 )i ') c I ti I will give a talk to the Ponce de
t P'i I )ei,*i' i oi \,-, tit nI .iitl ol l lih e 2S th I :lti g ill a talk
in Pil 1 1 1.ii ,.I 'liCe 1\i.il tin t o 1 1 \ avor larl Sniith who is well
kpo', 1i .1 w ll I -, .O n' l i 1o ('uha at the ti e t lhe (asttro

M1 i ";r'illi V..iiilh\ i\ liil,,tiin ot thle litle h .i aci ler otf astro.
S 1' ,I 'I . : 0 .i n l. i llL 111 l I h in til e i I'111


hi i ili', ,issilo Is tritcl to alert W ashiiIglon lto
iiii.l.tik l-'i;t, 1iiil' in thlie l i i'ign pI lleh .
I s ,i l ....1. i, i w! ti .l , tl \\jshl ltig on eCllded dli;istroisl\
'i ill- ,]' .i.1 1 ,,i l it the l I twmorlwtd loo hecatse
,I!\ II;I I lhil .i \C le; .e C ,II' IC, h I'e S. l)toila\ IllNust he Ofl' conICC ll


I It


S ill' I I i 1(,ie leIisnge t r ullnother visit l l, Japl i
,n sp-.,i'|\ i,, t .iinl iid ('li a a,, w ell w licil wc w ill


I 'I- .*, i- d'i ''ir ili m I s ii i iltli ig I hs c'pped tilt al The
i' < i,. ) l,>.ri] ullaid seaicld I lile tiles oi inlormillatiolltn of
\it s i-. ;b. ..., i i:i h i r iun in \ovem bh i 10 1).
I' sb .. I'. '1 > Is i,,. i, l o 'Olmind tle m 'i'eii ,ll I w halted She i s lfirstc
S! I i i i i .i b i lit e i n m!i\ column because she is
H .ite .I '!! 1, c',i w, i eib ) It s[,ilI whio. over the yVears, have
Itc ' s 'i. t, i t :,i i cl I, l ldii tlTice il elic to l)0ia e lus lor amn

~I lli, ," ll ;. ', p 7 Ir ha\ Ce been i ai11 1 iuspiration all
'l i ,' I,' .' t o s'' ''Ii ttl s i t i ilt's eHIP it t iull pe iil Id I tle IlohlitedO

l '~'i!1:\!' .mi l . ilbl 1 ,n pleIcI\ dcstroly ing. all sib e
t e.: ch ; i' s ii I ; i t. ,i '.; ; l c', \e i'' i lll', \ w I a\ pt ai l ol a past l liat
cii I[ hts ih 'I hi t iuc' Sk lic t1 tIlt. pC i 'ptle
I ,,'sc I. 1' itt o i i t t Iici Pc i iiie .out all 'hie iten w hitos
lli .iJ !,ii .!ei i! liltOw it,' l bii i lh u s eco. nomg \ lt hat caine under


\ ,t c I c'.i\ il- it, lie :i!p lrl i\ Il i l i i.' \irs. R ogei
t s s 1.' r 1c a iil' ic!' l thai l. t Id til come ll the f mall
It was addice"sw d i "'l lic I iloi of llh Nassau Daily Tribuine".
Mrs Cat'io ius iw llitCe I d<110 b Iut sie ictali/ed on opening ltie
ill \sCI 'i h.' i I [Iltic skit l '.i ill ISSIt hut i cI'Ctli u' tmti alle .
envelope tuhat x e u I itt lt I h11 1 h s lon eaI m sn t ho i et

liliNdcic s '.i \ l\ I ii l liih h h ld "Mli 1 d llo Just ll

Lo sigitnls ii'
Illachlkd I\'cC !\'I V liptings t1 *11 c tdi t ,1onals" One was dateid
\lo t hi t I .'4 t''oW ) I thie lh Ti Decemlbllc'i 1 t. i t)l
lIIs h was t.an eth\lPao nt i t\ inl cidence because I the dates I
\wan t il io ln 1)Hois weie \lovcllbei (l anmid 10th otl he same
\e'i J IIns showed 1I l ti Wil le w iitci o I this allit l note d I
w e' e llie i "I lie .i llo ilich e sti lie a the same little.

I B lcI) I 'I \si' :I h lie .i l ue xi'n olved in c ienlit,, ic'cordCd in /f'/
)l ,hnit ,! \ot\cib : ,i\li and lentilh '1)o) I w \ill e\tracl a : 'e\w
iCjllIiplCs !1iin (te .t i l, 1t me b\ an aIIonymous


Ihle ati lice, o \.IiS'.' ib ,' 41 li wais thie sixth installment in aT
iies.i I as. A Ieit i sil l l.e l "I t lo cl 0 i te tile oli t e ot ev eni tsI
undeci lhli P I' It ,io.s ci1iiii nll t lid to lll and project a battle n l oi
tlle ulltUlic "
eIeC .ie :i le\ ,, !h.' opening pailagla|li's
"I cian !hn k oit li (i eii ienl in thie woildT lhatl Y aie to
powloc i will .i 1 alie p\ie l n th, ile PinIIdling o(; veimi ient except
peiiiaps l! al lt i 1 el Caili in Cubai
"'lin boih w asIes ( .i o and P idli g weie poiltira ed inl
ne spapeis ni ii les. ia io and IA alound the woild as
the aldliitecl oi t Ie doii o i llan loppiessed pCeople
"'lIle Baliai s is enIlo liing a measiue o pi()speiII\ l ihal is
iisuipsd in llic ,wWild ltoda\ .We hae no natural wealthli and so
ltis piospcenl\ is based elntilel on confidence in tlhe stability and
'li 'Ms\ o! tll ihe !idilia ,ia s o \c !inll nl anld people.
li confmlidence ICC lihas bcen degelnerating rapidly since this
jo\1 in Iiitl liaIs l Ieei I el itioed o pow \ei ti a wetak aand
iliefcIcIoe oiposilii li has long )beel esablhshed llial no
demociaic s c.i canil long lemaili healtliy witlhoul a robust

"Il lhas i ,'ached tie poinl where evenll 77i IallStreett lurnal,

which led he cIl isade against lthe fonier government thllree yeais
ago. has landed thle present government a body blow.
"The woild pli ess weas alerted to the danger early this year
wheni the goeinineil IntiLduIIced thle Powers and Privileges Bill in
tle House f Assemble. This was a definite attack on freedom of
the Press.
"1 had no desirel k it call mi\ Irnenilds to iny assistance. I pointed
out thle dan e I t ol ite piless section in tlhe Bill to thle governII e;nt
hut thev ignorIed llmy protests And so I was obliged to alert lthe
Inter American PIless Association of New York, the
Commonwealth Press nitnon in London and the International
Press Institute illn Switl/eiland.


Human survival nearly impossible


By MARTIN MEREDI)ITH
\AIROBI Ihe village ol Boli
is a small fishing centre on
the northern shores ot I ake
('had. But at the tmomliient
the ettl at Bol is 18 miles
from the nearest water I ake
'had, at the best o tunes a
fairly shallow lake, has sLink
to one-third ol its normal
si/e.
IFuiriher west, the two great
rivers below the Sahara
Desert, the Senegal and the
Niger. are at their lowest
level in 61 years of record
taking. At Bangui, the


kc i a border r
pt ir,, l d ii i li's l. ,-
j0i"! ()- colp-1 \ .!), s lhe
glea! plailli ( I t l l .\t ih .'J

n t t ti e r.i
Ito I llt I .. .i -,


*\ \!tb-na sta er p rdien tu to!i
another i tit id Ii iht l\ rsi


Mlr \- lih, ,i\ 1 o, i tti:!i .i "i 'li~ll id,
' It" I I r I I ., I II I1d
[I i ',I r, I I li % r
i i M rs I id ,r . ir l oII
(Mars ih:il M in ,..l o l r !"k.lMrs l. ,i
, i Ii
S Ctt- S.is I ,, i tfI %i 0I ;I I
N lc\, i t '\!tr i\ t I li Si \J r

\ 1 1, h l 11 e l\Ih-r \I I 1,, r

'.'i. hs I)r S ,iltt I 't ii,, \ r.
ir l 1': to\r tir', 1 f i 1 1.' i ",
\ 'r AFtFli ll th cr i \1ri ,1% r,



lr I r N I r1 i t i I I .
\ r -" ,I l h sd i ( ,1 li i i 'i tt
l- t.P roid ,t I t
tr w. 11 h it ',i ,ii

han, a'tIdtPil J I ,I A i .
% tr t, hr t u\1 i.il l it, 1


Pi, I-, rJ r, tI t t r
"galihuir It.-\\ pre iii, loe p !h pt
a1 id ti It k in II \1l l \Id

h f imllI\ of


W1 I' S//l 1 .V'S f/i

u t' n I rut i
\Q i.. /id, ,'.,ci^


capital t lie ( central
Alt ican Repulblic. the
l:angtigi River s,.ich flows
sottithAards into the tropical
lcir'st regLiotn of /aire
( loriierly the ( ongoi is ,it
its lowe,'st in Il ng ticnit \.
cautsing navigational ha/alds
to river transport
In Sidaimo Province n s(oithent
i thiopia, missionaries this
month came across a village


d ii l it' n \1 ll i thi,



l in i s I he I il ., t


I I a i ldgh .'IeI f
i'lige l-. non(ht i ,'h.i ti t


i i c ndi i i ,- i .' isI






Sit L I I I l )i l i l -! i l h
u,1 'lss .\! a '.i c, .'\ ii
a"' ". l n ..










I c r i c. .t.! l c .i i
Ie I I.I !







(I i I .di n I P .i l't11 '. ihe'


k 'i i w ilie ,i lel wti t ich
lo ii. d o" tihe 1lh 'i hii


SiI II rd I I ', i l C T
11L. 1i 1 1'












'In ''v \t i' ntt' inI

Ic itit I! I i -l nt d t Ilei




*I 1 C i!' 1 m e 'iji1 nC ,'i ast lok
s c''l i( e t I I ici i lh




!.ii it' sll ts It a, low a\i a i(
iut wI hiel .! It' i t f i slc id












30 \ Il S S \ YI ARll
I lit'. SaMe h slt is oer.i r I' IeI
Itl bo I peIt o)e pile It a d









i ni a Is I ta l is iroiI' i ti
ci ,rgra/ tie land Ill sI tse' It
lind nt he IIr natl aIreas tinis
land in linarginal area,, .lonrg


I I al liamhniian I number sheets I a\wn panelling, one electric
("o nip.iin\ >n % ult Riad elebriated l in kettle, one o" elect iric drill. e
iln I rid i\ and Salut rda\ the official '4" elec tri, drill. lie set I'. rIi r Jles.
opening of1 t heir hardware andl si\x dour mlats. ii ;rIrd'Tl sprinkler.
household d'eparlllent I'rn /'es were lle cltac.t paper
giveni aw'iv s evr\ hal hour tlor He winnllers included \r t iltinarns i
t\%,o d i.s fr in 10) A; in,. to '; p iin Pile l idze I rit. 1h'- N lill ,I
Ahoilut .o0 pri/es sere a sen ;ast\a Vit.i4,' RIuad. Strs I 1I11ii1 ''it'.e 0l
in ludintg ltiur alarm clicks. a hand iilsons Ilract l ir ihi i d n e I A
mi/er, 2S tgatllon is i ) pantl i it Rlherts I urnitluir' ts Mac
1tm ir slit," toan t Itone l, IIo P I' K i)i( )oler 12 liren ille I cr lus,. ,1 I' ., a .ile. ,h-,

'these littee piess assoclatinlls, o whchi m I a i mlc'timhet
t_ lltlace I l I :Ilicit 1elbiship f the lead i licn )pd!(' I e T /lil.t! ics.
I idi arid IV t'ilIltnl s I it h i ee i\v ild. I ai& .iln s ,i 'K1 nbhei ofl
lvto olle poweiful press a, ciatim.s hm, l I nili k c ,i l ihm I
lell that 1ic t ,e el enouliigh
"Readeis ot h Ihi Irihun knll'.ow I. icsi, ; ' nl i',it ;'i i It ,
tie. as pointed tout in a lei r to iiilt nc'lew ap'i \lr I \.
Russell, lihat this Bill did the cotloi \ a gie:'\ deal 0 I tin. le saiid
I was lheu o ily persnll t pi)io'iit h\ t!elit ll stake I s li' lit i.' itc!lv
enhanced tile n iteirnat i .ional reputation iIl A c 7Iriit/u I bi ,utt hli
It" a st'CCold higc h a' wad rll the i \.P AI. 77 ti\i / u d a, l i' i ,i
rTci, iHilio t / in, uri" n ul'l'm' l 1 i5 Jhiin /Q1 f inl ''rikulA mt '\t;
thi hburriers fi ra(ital tisc'rimil iaiiii ill public l,/ \k t in Oiws
iulaniaas.
"' illg ,tiled cop olthis, lti newspaper r \ di'c! itlilt k ile' \
have since Ic'orted to all ilndu c .itpp ltl lhis l ,i1,o \\il i. i'. "

I wiill now lake a few paI ag'racpi tils rom i\ ,at le oti DecenIhc

)tult i a l ccei., isl 'o M im i llrie i oi '. \ I1), ladWin i. Depiil\
i dle M iil, ald \1111istCl0i o 110111 \ ,i ... 1 IeIC lel know n i a
llie litle i iii',I ,i.if Il 11PI c'gl alion ddd a lCe scd a m i ll' o i l the
lic,'. ktli '.'. i ,lleas' *\s'c a 'sli.sIl c. IicI PrslIP Is com p ,Cl.
ot t n e ile, \', iti a Baham ian back iotuii d. l i i iin lle I '
"tie 'd Is oI audience o( th e leall slides made t i\ lh chls i\
liiide thl e I' 1 I' ( ilo'c llineni a. ; l',c 'l a !' C,!I de l pm i. I
pim ,rd!1ine h l lie ilihanllan pCokfl, 11 ilit ie it "re Ie
e', hli ,ithi', lt ia 1 go eria iieni ii.... .'dl la o! ti io) hc it u oseltd .' i
i : e ,t illie tneeds oif tihe c p arIding ,col oe li\
"Th I n Wll ii'. l i d 1 f poltitopI da ilia i tWis i g Sgo re ii i n tit. l iu d '. and thle o'l tside w\ rild is b eLi' lnin. to rl e liic e lia
i! is a bhold ilt uill.
"Almn osi t evei'\ buisies. in \assaim today\ 1,e i ,se li ite p hs
iunreaso able lahou rest iclttions i 'Iplose eil I \ M s: it .iiiiit
liiligiatili Depat ilinent. t di \ thllic i l nd is lhu kiod ,Eii t l
bccaus l1 i, iniiossibile to | dl ,\e 1 c1 ii ghL Hainan laboi i, 1,
weed p \altc .galide ls
"Ive\ w\ ile M'. Hanna r was anaking tlial speech poiiice .ud
iw nitim ait on officials in \assali Ind I el epclort we'e cai nllli stil
ldniliglit ailds on lhe hollices o! people, hounding Haitians iand
Jillna ians illn a tM innel r ael III sienl o l h t he itlernan c inlitl 1ot J ,\\
in (iemL ti\ aind the repos led acile ties o secret police in Il at ei.
"Iven whilc lie was speaking more and imole r ierican.
Canaidian and I english families weie pepianni to lel\Ce I ILeepu'! .
lil e still otliel s were hanging on g til i l li hope llia !1','\
1111,0 it sal\a e -so e ot tlieh n lile's s,, vlig which !tie\ had in cs, cd
00 good flill t 111lle -Migic ('11\ .
1li-2s. b e yoplc lislti the r inipand Ba cli e be Pol \i allioil\ d a1id
them misled hile Bahamas (Gm\e iille t I lial w tli h ,
t !ilo ie\ anld tlen ll hopes Il I i cpol,!
"Tlhese unloi tliunate people took a long ii;ie t wake uip l- ion!
lihe momeitil tihe Prime Minislei nade hi st illitack on Iicepi
1 told InvesloIsI lhere wlitl lo. e\|p'ci
1 0il l lhe\ d tl 'l helle ,' lite .. be_ cause ie whole tdea -.0'1c2
so l.iiast-lialh\ -tp'd 1o bhe seo'Iloi,i\ enlleI tallied
"Ma i peopl. T :,sk me w\liail ltie (o\eiii;ieiit e\pec't to 'A le\C
h\ ltheii completely inalional po!ic\
"i)oin'i as, mie .'s ithe (,o clm ilcni i l i Iikl\ I dku 'I Ilit k
lilet\ kno\\w ielnsles.
":Iliese tKople lare so unbalanced hb\ deep-looted tius nallons
bhoin ot i alional halreds tha it is all ugli lo hope foi tlich best
p' t in l ea.lin v wilh ll,' llihe \\ e i ai, i al the sa, e il l Ink ii'!
\ ipecl lthe woisi .. and ie pil-ilield oi liat possibilil "

IFurthei on inll ithe a ticle I write
"'The signs of tile limes are cleail\ writtelln in the sk\ in
evelryonle to see and read but .. like Isaac ... llih ie ale those \\ho
are so blind alh.! tlhe are still fooled b\ tlie haiiv hood otL I saul
Although the voice is clearly % that of Jacob (Slor\ in G.ene.sis)I.

Tomorrow i will discuss ltihe news stories published in Tli'
Tribune in l(I1) that I hlad Donris Bullard research foi mie ihins
morning when Mrs. Canon also gave mie lthe envelope contanilnh
Iwo of myll articles, written around lhe same period of clippings
sent mlle b\v an anonymous reader.
The two news stories in 1960 have anll interesting relationship
within a news stoiy published in The Tribune. last week.
Pul the two together and intelligent readers of this column will
leali/e how hopelessly juvenile the P.I.P. government has piolen
itself to bc .

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
if you pick up a starving dog and make him prosperous, he will
not bite you. This is the principal difference between a dog and a
man. MARK TWAIN


?, itd it i d 's rati a, iI


i ,s t 'ac t j ci'.i iii e I

; 1,\t n ct 1-iah l > I r l "
j' : I Ine's r, \ e: I
S '.'ingi\ narro' 'i '


:':ini l'''i ii! peoplee arn
. :'i i.s lio incalic lt h e i A c i

.'.<"- t'* c I aid 1 lgtelci It
*-*^ i i 'i" d iscase dilir-'lie
.-11' i h ias h'.i~i'le ed ltle


,or se is being predicted
lMeteorologists fear that
lasting climatic changes ar"
o,)currng in certain awias of
the world. and that the
Atrican drought may be
linked to a prolonged period
ot reduced rainfall stretching
perhaps bond the end of
this century. In effect, the
4000-mile bell across Africa.
and parts of India as well.
iould be drying up.
t ,)p% rig tli,. I '74, I'h
uii;dal\ I imes I indon


Be a BIG WINNER...Efter the


in African drought


C? AV L A PJ C) Ol
/PFPA=h.R.

2CIA 01


w AL











Fhe Tribune - Wednesday, April 3, 1974


SPECIALS


TV losing its color?


U


*inci.-'CO


...Get it back with a CHANNEL MASTER
Color Crossfire Antenna!


ru r i, ,,, a' 1 .A ..


ISLAND T.V. SERVICE
"/FOR SI' R\1 0 YO'('l \ RI / Y )"
DOWDESWELL STREET PHONE 2-2618


UNCLE MEL SAYS...

DON'T LET EASTER


CLOTHING FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
EAST STREET, SOUTH OF WULFF ROAD
TELEPHONE 5-7870.


maw UaitJ isrey LorIld
DAYS 2 NIGHTS
FOR ONLY $13180
^ INCLUDES:


g


* Round Tr p Air F are to Miar I
* Round Trip A'( Bus Fiorn Miami tc.o
Disney Wor Id
* T wo Nights A( (.onirnodcatiorns at either


Cuo tempo y or Plnesri I- Hitels
Tvuo Admrissiornis a [Disney Wor,)ld
Eighteen Adrnis mns to Disner
Attractions e All 'State and Loijl Toxes
FOR RESERVATIONS CONTACT

PLAY TOURS
PHONE 2-2931 7 SHIRLEY & CHARLOTTE STREETS


Realizing the need of the merchant for a broad variety of
tastefully-designed point of sale material, we have stocked a
wide variety of general sales aids for the merchant's
pj 4 p everyday needs


A!TAWAK ART
ObtVIC PHONE 2-3709 BOX 1470








Bay St., east of Beaumont Arcade. Phone 59337


EASTER CANDY & CHOCOLATE
TRAVEL KITS FOR MEN & WOMEN
KIDS GAMES
DENIM ITEMS
CHARMS


-9 NASSAU'S LIVELIEST LATE NIGHT SPOT
OPEN EVERY NIGHT
A PLACE o 7-aO, ,o, RESERVATIONS CALL
To O 2-1808 DOESSCASUAL
FOR FUNe2nd FLOOR, PRINCE GEORGE HOTEL
JAY STREET
Jn cn-mol9 S : OX N "7, NASSAU, BAHAMAS


OPEN 11 AM TO S AM mamm elnIIm

LACE FOR DRINKING, DANCING
LOTS of FUN
H-DINNER-LATE SNACKS
IIAND IS ONE OF THE BEST
iFTELY All CONDITIONED '
TOWN'S ONLY GOURMET TAKE-OUT PIZZA
N & SEAFOOD RESTAURANT LASAGNE- SPAGHETTI


U


CLONARIS' KUTE KIDDY
MARKET STREET Dr. Esfakis Building Phone 24264


CLEARANCE SALE
GIRLS' EASTER DRESSES 1/2 PRICE
CLEARANCE SALE BOYS' SUITS Size 14 20.
1/2 Price was $32.00 now $16.00 T
SALE
GIRLS' SHOES ASSORTED COLOURS AND SIZES

SALE
G:RLS' ITALIAN SANDALS COLOURED GREEN AND YELLOW
Size 8 /2 3. Now $2.00

PRICES VERY REASONABLE

FOR SAVINGS SHOP AT

CLONARIS' KUTE KIDDY


,1 BURGLAR ALARMS
L AMAdAiA& A.k A


Wr Offerlna Security At Prices Tnat riease


r-~ ~


The Carousel


Konica Autoreflex T
Bring this coupon and get 5% DISCOUNT


1.8 Lens
(plus CASE)
$229.50
1.4 lens
(plus CASE)
$259.50


r- -.eM4 KONICA


P1k


BAY STREET


U


RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL

OVER 10 YEARS EXPERIENCE
CARTWRIGHT'S
SIGHT & SOUND
"SENTRYLECTRONICS LTD"
5-7268
On Bay Next To Kelly Hardware
PO Box N 3906


model 6159

CHANNEL MASTER AUTO COLOR
featuring INSTACHROME one button Auto Color
ou t enlo the most niaur a con r and flesh tone lan, eand ide
Justi, i j ,i .i ilrrn wihout the usualrguesswork i hdriikit,
h i A ..c il , T e h iistachrorre iCutcontrols the color
S ii, m odr, Co last and briightness settings d iiirn ita,,
o A aa-ce t hroD gh varying studio higting conditions Though the
lsiachromecomner preser the control can be easIV reset nthe home
f r ihaing color p efeiriences, In lstachromre means instant color, per
,e o,, every itre every channelI
0 Automatic Fine Tuning (AFT): Memorizes and rinlats the
,re lton, h a s,on, o, ar 1UHF and VHF cha ,inels Keeps pictures
through varyoq telecasting and catWe conditions
Automatic Dynamic Correction Circuit; Mintainsi hoti
tally trn pictures from edge to edge of the screen
Automatic Degaussing: Elimnates picture smeanni ofier
Caused y mnagrnetr ,terference
0 Instant On Del vers sound iostantil vplrures within sends
AND FOR ADDED DEPENDABILITY-
falure tnerrdiOfm@ une no
Thon pate ed Tipte has en ield ritested anid moved virtual
GUARANTEE *
3 Years on the Chroma Grid Picture Tube
1 Year Labor on CRT
-0 Day In Home Service


ISLAND T.V. SERVICE
For Service you can Rely On
DOWDESWELL ST.
PHONE 2-2618 P. 0. BOX N327


I CLONARIS KUTE DIDDY ,


Phone 24264


Dr. Esfakis Building


1. Boys' and Girls' Italian upper leather
shoes assorted styles and sizes 20-39.
2. Boys' and Girls' Italian and Spanish
sandals assorted styles and sizes.
3. New shipment of Italian clogs in
assorted colours. Just arrived sizes
18-41.
4. Boys' polyester suits assorted styles and
colours sizes 2-18.
5. Boys' and girls' pants sets assorted'
styles and sizes 9 months- size 7. Prices
very reasonable
For Savings shop at
CLONARIS ;
KUTE KIDDY


\

i\l


SPEEDO BATHING SUITS
Gorgeous new tropical prints, stripes and solids, just
in from Australia.
Girls' RACING SUITS, from size 6.
Women's BIKINIS and
ONE PIECE RACING SUITS.
Boys' SUITS, from size 4.
Men's SUITS, all sizes 3 styles including
the new "SUPA BRIEF."
SPEEDO, the best of bathing suits. At Bahama Divers
where you find Zodiac inflatable boats, Technisub's,
Falco masks, all of Cousteau's books in other
words, the best of everything for your life in the
water.

BAHAMA D~ IVR
THE IVI~i Q(JPMF CETREOF HE AHAMA


IN THE PILOT HOUSE HOTEL


TEL: 28431


ALL REMAINING ITEMS

MUST GO.
ONLY A FEW LEFT
IN OUR SHOW ROOM.


BATH SETS
TOWELS
FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS
BATH RUGS
SOAP DISHES
TOOTHBRUSH HOLDERS
LID COVERS
SHEETS
PILLOW CASES
ALL OF OUR REMAINING STOCK
IN BATHROOM ACCESSORIES ARE AT ',,


PR C 99


(Corpot Craft ST.EE
r x ,..3-1993 T



FOR RENT

STORE SPACE AVAILABLE

EAST STREET/BAY STREET PRIME AREA
FOR ALL CRUISE SHIP TRAFFIC.
AVAILABLE APRIL 1ST.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:


R.H. CURRY &

LTD.
PHONE 2-8681 7.


THEILMA MACKEY SAYS... A


Let's face facts Polyester Double Knits are
here to stay for at least another five years
Mainly because of the shortage of cotton,
polyester blended with wool will shrink
excessively when put into water.
We at ORIENTAL are facing these facts, and
that's why we are very big on knits and say "No
matter how it's labelled. Oriental cleans it
best Come and see me at Oriental /Shirley St.
and let me personally take care of your
garments.





PHONE 2-4406-7-8 S/S (


CO.


or 2-2352 M/S


COMMONWEALTH
B L INDUSTRIAL BANK



Loans

for any useful purpose


* Vacation
* Buy a Car
NASSAU
Palmdale
Opp. City Mkt.
Phone 2-1421


I C


* Education
* Buy Land
FREEPORT
Churchill PBdg.
Phone 352-8307


* Renovation
* Buy Furniture
NASSAU
Bay Street
opp. Maura's
Phone 2-1 154


The YOUNG MISS
MARKET ST NEAR BAY STREET
S SPECIAL iss M A uRANl M TENOSY EATIF


Spring and Summer 1974
STYLES ON
0W \ NMw (,.UOWNS IRII)FSM410 GOWNS MAID OF HOr GOWNS *
\ FLOWiER (GIRL GOWN'S (iROOM SUIts 0 (GROOMS"EN S UITNS iE
%4IA Sits p E, BOy SLIT FORMAL SHIirs tLI EOAOJtR'
MOItHER oHf TiE I S DWNS EF4THFR Of THE RIME SUITS
(, I SEE Cio MPAREF fiURe BEAUTIFUL STYLES, OR siLRB
SERVI(S ANti iHfMOSTn IMPORTANT OUR (OIPETIIVE PRItES T
THEt YOUNG" MIS&S A 'MEF EVERY NEWLY WID(COUPLE I FEARNS FRoiM
I X*RIEN( fttw TiTRUS 1 4MIiRE(OMMENDTO OTiERS


.. T AR\D BRIDIESAID MATERIALS


THE P
AND
LUNCH
THE I
DEL IC
COMP
DOWN
ITAUA


I


I


I


I


P o













The Tribune - Tuesday, April 2, 197A







....... ..


By Abigail Van Buren
t 1974 by Chicago Tribtne-N. Y. News Synd., Inc.
DEAR ABBY: Our son [he is 241 and his fi ance have
been going steady since they were 16, and plan on being
married when she finishes college [out of town] in June.
They have been spending every weekend together for some
time. [They each have an apartment.] I knew about this
and have told them I disapproved, but since they are both
over 21, I had no say in the matter.
Last weekend the girl's mother checked on them and
discovered what had been going on. She said she would not
give them the big church wedding that was planned as it
would be hypocritical.
The girl is well off in her own right and plans to pay for
a big church wedding herself. She has asked me to help her
with the plans, and now I am in the middle.
They are a wonderful couple, and I love them both, but I
don't want to irritate her mother by doing for this girl what
her own mother has refused. Yet, I don't want to alienate
my future daughter-in law. Can you help me?
IN THE MIDDLE
DEAR IN: How do you feel about being a party to a big
church wedding for a couple who have been spending week-
ends together for some time? If you feel it would he hypo-
critical, then have no part in planning it. But if you feel
differently about it, then go ahead and help. How the girl's
mother feels about it shouldn't dictate your actions.

DEAR ABBY: As my eight-year-old son's birthday ap-
proached, I found myself in the dilemma of wanting to give
him a birthday party, but being turned off by the idea that
each child invited would feel compelled to buy a gift.
Now that we are beginning to realize that the resources
on our planet are not inexhaustible, we must be more
conservative, so I suddenly hit upon the idea of "recycling"
gifts. I sent a note with each invitation saying: "Doesn't
your child have something that he has enjoyed but has
grown tired of and would like to pass along to a friend?"
It resulted in a beautiful sharing experience. My son
appreciated the gifts all the more knowing they had been
enjoyed by his friends. And his friends had the pleasure of
giving something they had enjoyed. And nobody had to
spend a dime'
If you think this is a good idea, please pass it on D. B.
DEAR 1). B.: It's a lovely idea! But it's hardly new.
Adults have been quietly "recycling" gifts for years.

DEAR ABBY I am a 65-year-old man and have been
married to the same woman for 35 years About ten years
ago my good wife went through menopause, and during this


ABBEY

INTERNATIONAL


FUND












$8.66
i)fcrcN I r ,'

Fri.. Miarch 2th. 1974



NEWt,








Model 299 I
Knife available
in Gold







Switchable
Knife
From
.NAMILTON
BEACH Scouill
Switchable knife blades
rotate 90 for vertical
or horizontal carving
Unique storage tray can
be mounted on wall,
set upright on counter,
or stored flat in drawer
Attractive walnut
woodgrain cabinet
stores knife, blade, and
cord
Always Reach for


TAYLOR
INDUSTRIES
LIMITED
BOX N-4806/PH 28941-5


Examine your feelings before helping couple


period she gave me a very bad time. Since then I have
been completely "turned off" sexually, especially since she
now has grown a mustache.
She complains that I don't "love" her anymore. I love
her in the real sense of the word because I care about her,
but I do not "love" her enough to make love to her. In fact,
I don't think I can! What do you suggest? OVER THE HILL


men can. if they want to enough. Force yourself. You may
like it.

DEAR ABBY: I haven't been able to sleep very well.,
You see, I did a little creative bookkeeping on my income
tax by way of "deductions." Any suggestions? INSOMNIAC


ARRIVED TODAY: Tropic
Day froun West Palm Beach:
Bahama Star. Emerald Seas,
'lavia from Miami
SAII1D) TODAY Iropic
Day tor West Palm Beach
TIDES


DEAR IN: Send the lateral revenue d
epar
and then make an honest effort to make love to her. Most balance.


METHODIST

MASS OPEN

AIR MEETING
l11.1 M IIIO))ISI (Church
will holdI a mass open air
In meeting tonight at 8
o'clotck (in tihet Siitll hern
Recic tliol (;rouiinds. Bishop
Ro\ C \tichols will gtive the
kei note ddliress 11d the
lict'l itt w ill Id i c" i liilit Iit'


I) \ clols. wlii o h.,is I'len i11
tli Bahmi il,, s aibout week, is
Pirsc l iii. H slllop ot tile
itlltsbiu ih ( tC n tlie nce ol the
I'lilCd Metlhodi'sl (Churcli Ie
is also' .1 A n) IIIhel ot the
I \eC tiuivC ( ilomi illee ofl Ithe
Worlhi Council ot t ( ('fillruches
i) \tichols, a dinamlic
c li tik l. wh l I 1111a Isf11 faith
S ll it all r I it ti ion lwas

( ;i0. ii d ,i liti'iii i's X tw ell is
Sil % l ,iIndl I .id\ Hiutleri are
1.iionf tli ose e\pectelc d to
,hi'l t ri tlh aleet tn e l
I p ie pIro.ramiIn' e w ill t hegin
w ith commnlllli il singing led I\
Mi )Donail ( liirlow. local
irejCicher of the Metlhodisl
( hlinithI Valriouls singing
Vr I tpsI Inc luitl I I the
V\'lsioInl tes ,ilnd theil litl nl inug
Bees will rci tIL l mi usical
selecCtiIons dIIIinIg the eveniIng
Dr Nclihols is, accompanied
l)\ his wife rjild they ine Ihe
loiisCe gic'sts otf lie Rev a td
M trs Idwin la lor lit will
return to liLe ( iiited S.ai'es on
W ilrd' I lait'tl loS
CORRECTION
I 111l Rev K S Darlil said
the pra ers at tilhe olicial
opeslns o e th le Irank ilnna
Janitorial & Chemicail Sippl\
Shop on March s ', and inol oi
Rev Rahm ng as was
incorrectl reported in The
ribuine Monday night
Miss Mar lHanna presented
lowcrsoins ol ( ;ovenoir-( ;eler-
al. Sir Milo Butler. and Miss
Birdie Mlanna presented flowers
to Mrs. Anthony Roberts

PASSOVER SEDER
T1 1 Narssaut e hbrew
Congregation is holding its
Passover Seder celebration at
the Paradise Island HIlotel on
Saturday, April 6 beginning at
7 30 p.m., a spokesman said.
Tickets may be obtained from
Reubin's on (George Street or
in the Madeira Street Shopping
(C'entre.
GUIDERS MEETING
An important (uiders'
meeting to discuss plans for the
(;uides' IFair will be held 8 p.m.
Thursday at G guide
Headquarters.
All (Guiders and Leaders are
urged to attend.


Docks


SUN
Rises 6, 52 a in
Sets 6 20 p).n














.The Tribune - Tuesday, April 2, 1974


CLASSIFIED


SECTION


CLASSIFIED ADVS. BRING RESULTS-FAST
TO PLACE YOUR ADV. TELEPHONE 21986 EXT 5


II


C13983
FOR SALLY
Choice lot l7' v 145 York
Street,. Geiiston Gardens. For
details ,all Robeits 21458 or
23/35.

c 1399 3
LOT iw 4 w- f -Lt.fkawa- ,
Call 2 3041 bet .v',n )9 aid n
4-1346 jfteti .

C140 *3

Terrac-. -'' 'K l iht d 'f'v 1il
to aII p a'-: -a ^ io
$ 30.C000 ' ( ; .iV
4243 .

C 13986
L.O T I' .
x 120 CJ


AN 4 our

5 ., : .' 3 BE ACH
I-JROb 1 b'. I. h being

be "od: ., '. i. ,, .L '. Sue is to
- P p ,. '.]'f 3 !. .,i -":) ,r!t! r 1)o '
I A N C )S
A.E 1 STATE
'1 22307



P .i .. t -

Pm n -----------i





Sthe ot' '







': .$110 i', W '







53' $1 t$ 5 (. ,
$ , 00 0 ", 0 I .' , -,
'the i f I i r ',
i'- viPiA I '', T -

41 1/



" i I;i -4



4 1 04 ; 3 tc


,. ; ** .,. L A K *


10 -
F 0 P


d 1
'.1 ': I*
La" F F


I I I 'I I


REAL ESTATE


C13992
TWO bedroom two bath
rottace Sears Addition, garage
and storeroom, laundry,
orchard .vith bearing fruit
;rees. TE"MS AVAILABLE.
Call '041 between 9 and 5,
4 13, 6 aft'r 6.

C1J041
FOR SALE
.000 sq. t of WARE-
HOUSING. 2-storeys situate
SHIRLEA. Was $90,000.00
mn a k e us an offer
$67,500.00. See anytime.
Income $8,400.00 year. 60
Jlays vacant possession.
DIAL DAMIANOS
DAMIANOS REALTY CO.
22033, 22307. evenings 41197

C 14025
4 i1f DROOM, 2 bathroom
.,'-;turmshed house with carport
ad sewing room. FOR SALE.
Call 31671 31672 (9:00 a:m;
12 00, 2:00 p.m. 5:00
p m weekday s)


F 14095
CAN'T AFFORD THE
DOWNPAYMENT ON A
i OUSE' Then pay on a lot
o), wh(.h you will build your
house Only $75 required.
F rwr $80 monthly. No
- tohest charges Beach and
Like riqhts.
'i\,IM A C AW BEACH ESTATE
'.ai Pat Rutherford at 41141
or Morlev & O'Brien at 23027
,_," 24 1 48,

T Bi I LDROOM one bath
h"i R dgeland Park
$24.(O0 00.
Two bedroom house Strachan
;liev Pice $7,000 00.
Two bedroom one bath stone
' n "-1c'e. Robinson Road.
IL' $ 0,000 00, mortgage
..... or $24,000.00
, wie seclpction of houses
......-Je l and residential lotl
'. -), ovidencer and Out

; ir 'o, tior (ajil Bill's Real



i have $1950 cash and
(;'.1,ii'v 'r0 the mortgage you
Srn b.e ( a MT PLEASANT 3
bed,' o.. house 30 days from
T ,A T,' 24:48 o' 23027
.' i,- & O'B0 eii Real Estate.


L FOR RENT

I f IF .i t : C Y, all d utilities
SIided $ p 2b prnr month
Mont.'q1; r'e'd Phore. 31156


C i3845
2 APA/;.'TMF NTS nico
oCtiti ,' I Thompson
B uleatd. C ill Norman at
24 ,:r, 6 d . d 717 (nights)
for df-lols

C .11 ,'4
(') ,.14t 4 l l- f T T VOWN
4 hneI>dt, ,r 'rT .h fully
I r i e I A t, w a ll
P I p t o T.V
te pnho'r' aLijtomati washer
r d clr etil- Ii ar- Estates,
Soldier Road Ph--ip 5-3364.


-) wall '. v, i ,.i rpetinq,
a ' ,i :'. i n g
l ' '. f .t, ". spario(us
S : Av,3la tn Ar 1 i st Call
S 551,4 St' : Pla-:.j Mackey
-- S',' ,.


: r ,i ; .-





HO ,- -


onr thp -v I' .. ,
hills.
SAN SOU .
BLAIP (1TA T
GLE NISO 1 '
WINTON
THF GROV[ ';.... ,
SKYLINl I fF ,! 'I
NASSAU I ASt
SEA BPF F/1
VILLAGFC O)AI
GOLDF'tO (,AF It,
HIGHLAND PARr,
PROSPE.LT PRIlr
WESTWARD) VIl i "-,
CONDOMINI UM(
APARTMENTS
in PARADISE IS1 ,. ,
EAST BAY STR f 1i
WEST BAY SfP i I1
HOTELS and O110 L 11l t S
BEACH LOTS, COMM0 p
CIAL LOTS, R HSlI NTIAL
LOTS
ACREAGE FOR
DEVELOPMENT j HfiE
NASSAU AND F FAMILY
ISLANDS SUCH AS GRAND
BAHAMA LONG ISLAND,
ELEUTHERA. AtA( O
45 ACRE CAY I It if
EXUMAS WITi 1f)f P
WATER HIAR -'Li AND
MORE


CALL
DAVSON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENCY
Phone 21178 or 80932 21178
P. 0. Box N 4648
Nassau, Bahamas.


I' r Pir three
S t t h ro o m
,' ., h(,. s'. Available for
I l iIis S 'i.ite on
.'it indsc( ped lots ,rI The
S,', uf Wpt Ray Street,
S t s i h sWilr rJ pool
S, ', 1 0 phone 5)403

B Li 0 0 duple x
. r"-' ft t jrlS Souci
Ti,.ipho, e 5 2398


S TOt Ti-l S and apartments
I i t i i y air conditioned,
* ,', fIrrnished, maid service
I, a Iable Lovely garden and
7 r)I ri g pool. Telephone
;' 31093
1,(


$ 1 0 MON THLY
S i tlrIsq(ue' privacy amid
* 'i- itry estate, overlooks
NvP,,trr) suburbs, completely
' rii shrf r, quiet, available
-mtmediiately, quick access
bracheo,, airport, shopping,
Phone i owner 5-7224
(everninrgs)

C 14094
2 bedroom unfurnished
apartment the Ansel Building,
Crawford Street, Oakes Field.
Telephone 3-4999 evenings.

C 14089
$275 monthly completely
furnished spacious hilltop
residence acre grounds
overlooks western suburbs,
convenient beach, golf,
schools, airport, shopping.
Available immediately. Two
baths,, television, telephone,
la undry machine, patio,
children's pool, unlimited well
water supply. Automatic
electric cooking. Maids room.
Phone owner, 5-7224 (3-9
p.m.)


FOR RENT


MARINE SUPPUES I


HELP WANTED


I I


HELP WANTED


I I TRADE SERVICES


S1 -- -.


C14070
EASTERN ROAD water
front furnished 2 double
bedroom apartment, consisting
of living, dining room, kitchen,
2 bath, balcony and patio.
Phone 42113.

C14105
EXTRA large, 1 bedroom
apartment, quiet and cool,
situated West Terrace,
Centreville. Phone 5-2952.

CARS FOR SALE

C14069
MUST SELL NOW
1968 Chevy 2 door, standard
shift. $1500.00. Tel. 23137.

C14046
1972 FORD excellent
condition, fully equipped
airconditioned & tape deck.
$3,950 00. James Thompson 9
a.m. 5 p.m. 28437.

C14084
1966 Ford Mustang, 6
cylinder, good condition.
$600.00 Call 5-6071.

C14021
1972 VOLKSWAGEN 1300
Sedans excellent condition,
radio, W/W tyres, low mileage.
Finance and insurance
available. Call 3661 1-2-3-4

C14086
1969 AUTOMATIC
VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE
$1,500-00 O.N.O. MUST SELL
OWNER LEAVING CALL:
SHIRLEY BABBS 56924.

C14104
1968 CHEVY Impala jur
conditioned, radio and tape
Telephone 42066.

C14097
1971 Austin 1100 4-doors,
22.000 miles. Body and engine
excellent condition. Uses less
than $4 gas per week. Phone
2 1734-5 between 8:30 a n.m.
4 30 p.m. Mr Wilson.


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

C13986
Used 1 year old Emerson Black
and white Television with
antenna $350 Telephone
21210-1 9:30 a m. 5:00 p.m. -
ask for Debbie

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

CRAFT SUPPLIES

C14052
NOW in stock at Bahamian
Paint Supply, Bay Street:
e Clear Cast
* Decoupage
* CaNdle Craft
* Tissue Craft
Phone 2-2386, 2-2898.

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

C 14087
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
RESTAURANT type business
for sale Corner Shirley Street
and Kemp Road Phone 31165.


ANNOUNCEMENTS
C14063
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
Phone 3-4580.


NOTICE
C14100
Ms. REMONA SMITH is asked
to contact Bill's Real Estate at
23921 or 42856.


DINING GUIDE

L14093
SETTLER'S PUB & INN
Beaumont Arcade, Bay Street
Telephone 5-9739
TOMORROW'S SPECIAL
Stewed Turtle
Steamed Grouper
Lima Bean Souo


Ihe Iribuner


I


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


IN MEMORIAL
C 14090


GEORGE G. SANDS
First Vice -Chairman P.L.P.
To the honoured memory of
the beloved
To the peace and consolation
of the bereaved,
To the increase of faith and the
strengthening of hope,
In God and life everlasting,
This token is dedicated
With deepest compassion.
Sadly missed by- Wife. Angela
Sands, 2 sons, 1 jghters arid
mother.

C14091
In Loving Memory of ou- dear
Mother and Grandmother, Mrs.
Eliza Fox, who departed this
life 2nd April. 1973.

Gone but not forgotten
When links of life are broken
And loved ones have to part
It leaves a wound that never
heals
Within our lonely hearts.
Left to mourn, 2 daughters,
Mrs. Adlin Adams and Mrs.
Murriel Kinwles. 2 sons,
Herbert and Edward. Host of
Grandchildren Great-Grand-
children, Nephews, Nieces,
Relatives and Friends.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY
C14106


Happy Birthday to Dave Major
on his 3rd Birthday. With Love
from Mom and Dad.

SCHOOLS

C14000
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 and
8:30 a.m. or after 6 p.m. or
35084 anytime.

C14034
IF you are having problems,
trying to find a Nursery School
call A.B.C. NURSERY, Phone
58096. Ages from 21.2 years to
5 years.

WANTED
C14082
SPORTS CAR reasonably
priced Call 34240

C14102
WATERFRONT lot or home
Eastern Road or West Bay
Street. Owners please call
27612 days or 41856 nights.

HELP WANTED

C 4076
A VACANCY exists for a
Process Clerk of responsibility
for collection of. and follow up
procedures, in respect of
accounts receivable App-
licants, 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.


C14044
COCKTAIL
WAITRESS-HOSTESS
For Pink Pussycat Club. Will
train looking for ex secretaries,
ex-airlines etc. Good
education, attractive, well
groomed. A pleasant
atmosphere to work in. Hours
9 p.m. to 4 a.m. Mr. Richard
22325.


C 14045
CLEANER
For club on Delancy Street.
Experience, must live nearby.
Hours 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Tuesday off. Mr. Richard
22325.


C13945
ASSISTANT


Manageress


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

C14064
ACCOUNTANT with
approximately ten years
accounting experience for
position with International
company with headquarters in
Nassau. Duties and
responsibilities will include:
Valuation of securities;
accounting for forward
exchange contracts, promissory
notes and commercial paper;
and assisting with
consolidation of financial
statements. Written
applications should be sent to:
The Personnel Department,
The Deltec Banking
Corporation Limited, P. 0.
Box N3229, Nassau.
C 14098
BAHAMAS INTER-
NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY LIMITED
require an experienced
secretary for Departmental
Manager. Good educational
background with minimum
speed 80/60 w.p.m. and/or
d ictaphone experience.
Attractive salary and fringe
benefits for successful
applicant. Phone the Office
Manager at 21161 for
interview.


C 14085
MAID for general household
duties. Contact Box N 4094,
Nassau.

C 14088
MAID WANTED Reliable,
honest, hardworking to look
after young child and do
housework. 8:30 a.m. to 3:30
p.m. $40.00 per week. Tel.
5-3536.
C 14083
3 Handymen to Clean Yards,
Trenches, Septic Tanks, keep
toilets clean. Please call 54758
or 56737.

C14099
LIVE-IN MAID. Phone 5-4645
after 6 p.m.

C14103
BAHAMAS INTER-
NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY LIMITED has a
vacancy for a qualified Senior
Trust Administrator. Age 28 to
35, must have completed
Trustee Diploma of Institute of
Bankers and be capable of
handling all aspects of Trust
Administration on own
initiative. Applications in
writing to The General
Manager, P. 0. Box N-7768,
Nassau.

TRADE SERVICES
C14057
MASTER TECHNICIANS
LTD., Mackey Street, your
Whirlpool 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.

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


BUSINESS 5 PROFESSIONAL


DIRECTORY










I llst ITh IImT ctKl Cl 21 6EXT. 5

I UNn h olIth ,'6 LIMn PlllMth 'U11

SAVE lIE SAVE M NEY


ANTENNAS

Island TV


2-2618


AUTOMOTIVE

Lucas RP ttei es
Bay Street Garage 2-2434

BOOKSTORE

The Christian Book Shop
5-8744

BUSINESS FORMS
Executive
Printers 2-4267/5-4011

CABINET MAKERS
Commonwealth
Furniture 31120

CAMERAS
John Bull 2-4252/3


ENTERTAINMENT
Movies
Film & Equip. Service 2-2157

GARDEN & PET
SUPPLIES
Modernistic Garden
& Pet 2-2868
Nassau Garden & Pet
Montrose Avenue 2-4259

HARDWARE
John S. George 2-8421/6

HOUSE PLANS
Evangelos G. Zervos 2-2633
LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING
New Oriental Laundry 2-4406


MEN'S BOYS'VWEAR


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


Commercial Paper
House


PIANO TUNING training
and experience with piano
shops in Miami. Call Paul
Saunders 42215.

C14001
T. V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes
apartments and hotels
Call 5-9404
WORLD OF MUSIC
Mackey Street
Next to Frank's Place

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.


HELP WANTED
C15012
MAN AGE RESS/BEAUTICIAN
with 5 years experience.
Applicant apply in writing:
Modern Beauty Fashions, Box
F-620, Freeport.

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.m.
and 3:00 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Mailing
address: 158 Port Road, West
Palm Beach, Fla. 33404. Elon
Martin. Jr., Personnel Director

C14058
TRAINEES WANTED
Bahamas Oil Refining
Company (BORCO) requires
Trainee Laboratory
Technicians (male) in its
Product Control Laboratory.
Applicants should possess
G C E. or equivalent
qualifications in Mathematics,
Physics and Chemistry and
should be interested in learning
modern routine analytical
techniques, including
chromatography, spectro-
photometry and analysis by
X-ray.
Qualified applicants may
contact the BORCO Personnel
Office, P. 0. box F-2435.
Telephone: 352-9811.


TRADE SERVICES


C14027
Plnder's Customs,

Brokerage Ltd.

'ackey 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
FOUIPMENT
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796
2-3797, 2-2798
Airport 7-7434
FREE ESTIMATES

C14023
FOR your building needs and
CRANE hire see:
ISLAND BUILDERS
LIMITED
P. 0. Box N-4559
Phone 31671 31672


HELP WANTED
C15042
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", a
1500 DWT Bulk Ocean Vessel.
Applicant must be at least 30
years of age, fully qualified as
to education and professional
experience, possessing a British
Foreign-Going Master Mariner
certificate.
Applicants to please apply in
writing to the above address
giving a full resume of
education, experience and
technical certification.
C15045
INDUSTRIAL PIPEFITTER
Five (5) industrial pipefitters
required for heavy industrial
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 resume 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.

C15044
WANTED
I TOYOTA DYNA ENGINE,
MODEL 5 R, 4 CYLINDERS
FOR GASOLINE ,
SECOND-HAND ENGINE
ACCEPTABLE. Call:
373-3075/6. HERSENT/
BALLAST.


DON'T WRITE IT


5-9731


PRINTING
Wong's Printing 5-4hUb

Executive
Printers 2-4267/5-4011


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

RUBBER STAMPS
Wong's Rubber Stamp
Co. 5-4506

SPORTS GOODS
Champion Sport Land 2-1862


TRAVEL
Playtours 2-2931/7
R.H. Curry & Co., 2-8681/7


TV REPAIRS
Channel Electronics Ltd.
1 3-5478


UPHOLSTERING

Eddie's Upholstering 5-9713


mm-m-- --mmmmmmmmmm------
FOR TINE ACTION YOU WANT




Shop Nassau Merchants


j


I -N EMNIOF


RUBBER












24 HOURS SERVICE


Call: The Tribune

2-1986


O Kiv Fear. Sy udie. 74. WrM ri97 4i
"You had it easy. There was no Women's Lib in your
day you only competed against MEN to get ahead."


REAL ESTATE


.,.._- - - -- 1 -0.0, 0 . .-


GRAND BAHAMA


CLASSIFIED

II FREEOM TEL. 3S2-MA


For Business And Services


I i


I


LAUE


IOFFICiiEH


I


I































L_____ OKi.. F to u r- Se.. aJj.., |.,, h ,7., 1 4. o , ^., ^
"Would you care to speak to a reporter who says he'd
like to hear YOUR side of the controversy?"


'I'M IN KIND OF A HURRY RIT NOW...S'OSE I SHOVE
'EM ALL DOWN TO ONE END OF THE TU0 ?"


"Let's ask HIM."


"Like it?"


CROSSWORD

PUZZLE
ACROSS 26 Hindu guitar
27 Pair0
1. Pretend 28. London's clock
4. Vanity 30. Curly cabbage
7. Jason's ship 32. Nurse
11 Second-story 33. Frost
man 34. Docket
13. Chinese wax 35. Indian coin
14. Swimming 37. Pinnacle
stroke 41. Greek letter
15 Principal 42. Pasha
player 44. Maple genus
16 Aid 45. Equity
17. Shine 46. Phoenician
19. Follow city
22. Scepter 47. Col. Donovan's
24. Bone group


SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZI


48. Through 3. Redwood
4 Obsolete
DOWN railways
I [ban 5 Ship channel
2. Rein 6. Alternative
7. Vaulted alcove
7 8 9 10 8. Slow down
S - 9. Sex appeal
K 3 110 Paddle
12 Penstocks
17. Tropical fruit
1 8 Dormouse
20 Kobold
22 23 21. Old
23. Russian river
2 24 Kimono sash
25 Confidentiality
S 32 29 One of the
- 7 genders
31 Barm
7 0 o 36 Shave
38. Flake
39. Riot-control
spray
40. Pitcher
41. Vampire
-" 42. Coach
- 43 Dolt
eafure, 4-4 45 Miss March


CARROLL RIGHTER'S


HOOROSCOPE
from the Carroll Righter Institute
/ NFRAL TENDENCIES: There is much
S / energy released in the atmosphere now which
couil he of considerable value to you. Don't lose a second
ot tlis pi e~ious iday and show your special capabilities. Also
fine tor romance and having a pleasant time
ARlI S (Mar 21 to Apr 19) Engage in recreational
outlets that appeal to you and have a delightful time,
I-vening is excellent for the romantic side of life
I \t RIS ( Apr 20 to May 20) See what you can do
.il't having more harmony and comfort at home Find the
right appliance: that will make your work much easier
(I 11\\I (May 21 to June 21) Handle important
cotespondence that will make your life run more smoothly.
ot at those who can help you become more successful.
MN1()() ( Il1I)RI N (June 22 to July 21) Make financial
aT ingeents that will give you far greater abundance in the
tuitire L.iten to what an expert has to say
110 (). uly 22 to Aug 21) You have good judgment now
iml can go after personal aims with good results following
I i\ to Ie mote thoughtful with others today.
VIO (;() Aug 22 to Sept 22) Make long-range plans for
ite Iutuice ( consult with experts regarding ways to gain
pers onal anis )Don't break any promises
lli RA (Sept 23 to Oct 22) Listen to what a clever
Inend has to suggest for best results Joining in some group
atlian ian bring you much pleasure
S,( Ril'() (Oct 23 to Nov 21) Handling official affairs
wis ly is important right now Make sure you follow every
tt, 11 lati() that applies to you now
s,\(;1 1 ARIL'S (Nov 22 to Dec 21) New interests are
ohe, koning to you now and you should study them without
delJ y Discuss this subject with allies
( \PRI( ()R\ (Dec 22 to Jan 20) Study new activities,
methods, systems and make the future more successful.
\lake relationship with mate more exciting
\QIlARI'S (Jan 21 to Feb 19) Endeavor to
comtiprehend associates better and you can work together
more harmoniously I ry to help one in trouble
P'IS( I SH (1Feb 2() to Mar 20) Buy the appliances that will
make vour work easier and more precise. Take care of any
health problem you may have now
II Ott;R ( l1LI) IS BORN TODAY he or she will
know how to make much progress, provided there is
adteiate education either given or acquired by own efforts.
N ltgenerosity in this nature and one who will want to
make own \way early in life A strong-willed person here A
good actor or actress in this chart, also
I he Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make
i, your life is largely up to YOU!


Winning


Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
You aire S,.uth on this hand
froii. ihe C inues Festival.
Iealer South : E/W Vul.
North
4 Q J 62
:975
10 6 5 2
\Vest East
K Q J 10 6 84 3
A 105 4 J 7 3
4 9 ,t 7 4 Q 3
South
4 K 10 V 3
7 A 2
K Q 9 8 2
4 K .1
South West North East
1 4 2 2 4 Pass
3 Pass 4 4,
The bidding varied, but several
South found themselves in 44
aind the pLiy, to the first five
tri-ck., vi.'is usua'Yv the same.
We-t led the K. Declati-er wenfl
it) w'sthti he '"A. crossed to the
4A :tnt' ledA a d-tianord, loa'ntg to
W.,' t. who continued hearts.
H.-w 'sh uild South play after
ruffing the thtrao heart ?
There's an old legend about
donA ii-and-oits who end up on
tlthe Eiibo.kme ni because they
ta:l to le.id trtumr). Less Ls heard
ab)>ut those who jumip in tUle
S river beei.,u.re t.iey lead truLnps
too readily. This hand is an
exai iip-e.
South .-iotld resist the temp-
t.i"ton tj cleir truiumps and ivet
up t on-e f the minors. A croiss-
rltT offers imu-h the best chance.
At ter e.ai.hin the tOK and &K,
Suuth rut'T. a di.m:nond with the
4 42 atd leads a club. East can
ruifft iN-th ls +A and leid a
np. but declare will still
come to 10 tricks.
S ''ve1.i SoiitLhs. records a
tiir.'ter-k':l)btze7Ar,t 'ea unaware of
LE the 5 -O trumiii break untL Ulh'y
had made the contract.


- h- r I W ?a In
H -words of
P 0 T I i r letters
or more ca
S A G )i t it letters shown
tmiakIng a
A I R letter m a y
le used once
Only. Each
\%ordsl imut ii contain the large
letter,. nd there must he at
ta't one eighlit-letter word In the
liil. No plurals: no forelan words;
no pirovier naIlllie. TODAY'S
'r \lt;l'T: I wo words, good;
"0 ) world i cru good; 24 words,
r il'eC I t solution tomorrow.
SA'Ult .11's SIo.tTION :
%.en.l aver averse eave elvan
elser enislave lENSIAVER even
s er 1lu e laver leave leaven
lser lnaw navel nerve never
raI;e ravel raven reave reveal
re vel alive salver save saver
,ervail .erse eveII severr several
sasm slater vale vane sase veal
-eer ,tltr veniil vernal verse.


Rupert and the Ice Crackers-18


Murmuring his thanks to Rupert. Jack takes need a hollow icicle," Jack tells him. "No
out a small penknife and begins to carve the other will do, and they're not easy to find.
hollow icicle. "What are you doing?'" asks You were luckyI -" He sets to work shaping
Rupert, watching closely. "You'll soon see," the rest of the icicle in the same fashion.
replies Jack, and in a few moments he shows '-There you are, I've made two out of this
Rupert his finished handiwork. "-It's another one," he says. It's always handy to have a
wind whistle!" gasps the little bear. So spare wind whistle."
that's how you make them!." "Yes, but you ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


Chess
By LEONARD BARDEN

1-i177Ir


There was a heated debate
among the spectators when this
diagram was about to occur m
a Oufeld-Bavon USSR Chamn-
pionship game. With White to
move, who (If anyone) is win-
ning, and how should play
continue ?
Par times: 20 seconds, grand-
master; 40 seconds, chess master;
1 minute, expert; 2 minutes,
county player; 5 minutes, club
standard; 8 minutes, average; 20
minutes, novice.

Chess Solution
Black wins after 1 K-K3,
K-B8! and if (a) 2 P-B4.
P x P; 3 KxP, K-B7; 4 K-K4,
K-Kt6; 5 K-BS, K-B6 wins
tb) 2 K-Q3, K-B7; 3 K-B4,
KxP; 4 KxP, KxP; 5 K-B4
(not 5 K-B5 as Black's KKtP
queens with check), K-B4!; 6
P-Kt4. K-K3; 7 P-Kt5.
K-Q3 when Black's king stops
the pawn while his own two
oawns win.


No. 7.390 by TIM McKAY
Across
1. lie Is Just the chap to iwin
a gold for Britain. (5. 4)
8. Something to go witli t ior
afternoon tea. (5)
9:. Poem, perhaps. (3)
10. Naked, or dateless. (7. t
11. Plunm,. perhaps. (4)
12. Battle. (5)
14. Olven a coat of hard Ilaint.
(9)
17. Expire. (3)
18. Given by those who pay
attention., (3)
19. Spread light. (9)
21. Amounting to nothing. (4)
22. Kind of plums. (5)
23. Happy. ($)
24. Cuts. (6)
Down
I. Offering by way of payment.
(9)
2. Perform duties with Justice.
(3. 6)
3. Sharp blade. (3-4)
4. Deterioration of old age. (6)
i. Short pin through loop. with
link to keep It In place. (6)
6. FUss. (3)
7. Payment
e onino-
(4)
8. Noise .
13. Wanner.
(6)
15. Food.(5)
16. Frock.
(5)
20.T It e
tlmemS.3) SaturY' sw, ulti-


4 .,e Comic /-ae|


REX MORGAN, M.D. Dal Curtis
HELLO DADDY' / HAVE TO^ MRS. SIMONS TELLS ) HER FIRST NAME'S I'LL TRY/ I'LL
I'M JUST ABOUT 00G TO A ME THAT YOU'RE JUNE---JUNE GALE / HAVE TO CHECK
HELLO, SWEE1 HEART/ FINISHED/ ARE bAI QUET/ HAVING A DINNER SHE'S REALLY NICE / MY SCHEDULE /
DOING SOME HOME YOU GOING OUT GUEST TOMORROW CAN YOU HAVE
WRK NIGHT/ WHAT'S HER DINNER WITH US?













JUDGE PARKER Paul Nichols
I AAND R E REFUSED TO TALK, YOU WILL- NO... NOT UNLESS LOOK, ME SAIDEW
T1E WARDEN ARRANGED FOR WHAT TOLD ME TO COME COME BACK HE CALLS FOR ME! GOING TO CONFESS, TELL
ME TO SEE STRAND ABOUT DID BACK IN A WEEK! WON'TBYOU? EVERYTHING,.


A K













APARTMENT 3-G By Alex Kotzky
AN E EUSDTOTLK OUWLL N..NTUNES OKM SI J A


STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD


Saunders & Overgard


0 4ARLING C =-,--
W/4FA vou oE r At)M F '
jPLEA6E Pur TPu-g" PIE '
T E OVEN A 4NO TUcN TIE }
IJAT T0To4001





^y'2
/ *- / \
IAAK L












The Tribune - Tuesday, April 2, 1974


BAHAMAS BOXERS GET CALL TO CUBA


THE BAHAMAS has been invited to
take part in the world boxing
championship which will be held in
August in Cuba. This was announced
Sunday during a press conference bh
the Amateur Boxing Association of
the Bahamas.
"At the boxing congress, we were
invited by the Cuban boxing
delegation and definitely we plan to be
there," Fred Sturrup. president of the
A.B.A.B. said. "So far, it is just a
question of finance. That's always
been the problem."
Sturrup pointed out that the
Bahamas got a "special invitation I
think they really want to see the bout
between Knowles (Nathaniel) and


Alexandro Mantayo the Cuhban
middleweight."
Knowles who won a silver medal for
the Bahamas during the recent Central
American and Caribbean Games was
scheduled to box Mantayo in his quest
for a gold. However, an arm injury put
Knowles out of action.
"Within myself, I had no doubt that
Knowles would have won that bout
with the Cuban," noted national coach
Bert Perry. "Physically, Knowles is
faster than the Cuban and lie is a
better tighter." Knowles agreed.
At the press conference, the
A B.A.B. also announced plans for a
busy 1974 schedule beginning with
their first annual Easter golden glove


totirnament on April 15 at the Nassau
S tadiumIll.
"It is the first of a long series of
events that we plan for the year," said
Sturrup. "1974 is going to be a very
busy year competitionwise. "We hope
to get as much international exposure
also this year."
The A B.A.B. has also received
official permission from the secretary
of the International Amateur Boxing
Association to sanction amateur
boxing on professional programmes.
The amateur segment however, must
be divorced front the professional
show.
"Fromi now on, if any professional
promoter or any body who wants to


promote a professional card is
interested in having amateurs on the
show, they can contact the president
or any officer of the A.B.A.B."
Sturrup said. "It can be arranged
where the amateurs can perform on a
special segment."

It should be noted however that the
only way the promoter can get
sanction from the A.B.A.B. is if the
particular amateurs he hopes to put on
the show happen to be affiliated with
the A.B.A.B. at that time.
"We have no jurisdiction over
anybody who is not a part of the
Association," the president said.


Super Saints sink Carroll's

DEL JANE CLIP MAJOR

FOR EIGHT HITS

By GLADSTONE THURSTON


-40

Picture, RI('CA Y I" it //1,S
Carroll's Edwin Newbold (8) crosses first base just too late. Del Jane's first baseman
Peter Bethel makes the put out while winning pitcher Roscoe Hall backs up.

Bedford may quit running


1 ()\I)O\ Dale Bedtord.
w old 10,000 meters record
holder i said ltodaI he will lns5v
the I uropean track aind htild
chanipinrships ini Riome i xt
Se-pthember antid sia\ quit
running altogether
"It' not event interested in
atd hletics at Ihi ll mIn 'Ill." '.aid
the unprcdittiaile 23 e4car-old
I lndoii er .1hose car te! hais


been one il l'd C sI r d Ie: I ps .11 I

t'sedfi'rs.l I temperamental ind
bli'l t lkii I' b cr iks, reC >r is
when thi \ ar.r least expsIcted


I dst Isu i Ie! hi set f sWt
incredible .).rutl imaurl k 11'
27.30. foir the 10 .00 meters
ait 1 id)oi, ', Cr sstal P.ilacI


.iter al periLod of in.lur \\ lichi
ri'stri ed his tri ning But ,it
th I lillonwealtlh ames at
( ',i 'thur h in Janiuar\ hi
t.ied on>m ple tcii and linis'hcl
l sa Ii I i I..l i." I itl



Si ce I caime iack ln)ii1
tlhe (o)nut n\wejlth ladiess I
hi.vu la, kcd ll -p, ,i tiiui
tin ti\. action." Bt d n, d -au id i
,tn in [L i \ Ites
'1 lie \ I thI ICC I present
Septenihr .inld that l should he
athl tini nI\ti blt I tligt can 't
get i II' I h\c nc out ando. \P
tiled inLC p iI tvl c bu it s
JlUSt Pes th'I ""
Hit'l \\Ihc ,hal t1 s luturc

"] he \.\ l l a it present


BECK'S BEST BALL TOURNAMENTi




& STEAK COOK-OUT I


!Iat Coral Harbour Golf CountryCub|


SATURDAY -APRIL 8TH



PRIZES GALORE

FOR INFORMATION & RESERVATIONS

CALL MR. FELDMAN ... PHONE 7-7146
STIYA IB


D) L JANF'S super Saints.
behind the nine stoiks irt
pitching of winning hurler
RoSLoe Hall, shut out Carroll's
Food Store on two hits over
six innings enroute to a
decisive 9-2 victory in the first
g.Inme of last night's double
header at the Queen hli/abethi
Sports Centre.
Sending a total of 32 batters
of the plate. Del Jane clipped
loser Dencil Major for eight
hits, two of which came from
left hand centre tielder I.ddie
Ford. With four at bats he
scored twiso and knocked inl
one.
Second baseman Anthony
Bowe also picked up two lits',
fromiti two at bats adding one
run and one rhi to Del Jane's
offence. Left fielder Ken
Rodgers rounded out tlhe
attack going two for three
incIluding one riun scored.
Batting first, hi's by Ford
ind first baseman Peter Bethel
gav' the Saints the first inniin
leaid b\ two. Bowe who sin, led
,nid huid s baseman Joihn
\ddcirlic who was the first ot
Malor 's sl\ walks scored in that
tiain i
I wo costly third ingninr
crroris h\ second hasein tn
I hI d l'i\ lor were transtlornme
inio one of Del Jane's three
run s in that inning.
I (ld who was safe oin the
tirsi trrior stole second froum
iw hlers he was given an eas,
pass.i;s' home when catcher Id
M1\'1 "s hit went thliough
1.i,'ii legs. Bethel on picking
up his first hit ot the garmei
dd\anai/ed M,\iiy to second.
llos)-\ever. lhaylor made no
miista.ike th Benny Barn's
groLindcr and used it to put out
Be I hel Jat second. Moxey
moved to third on the pla..
Nevertheless, left hand
designated hitter Anthony
BostwiLk the fifth hatter of
that inning contiitued the rally
clipping a long drive deep into
centre field where I dwin
Nchibld inade' an unsuccessful
catCfi ais M)oe, scored the
tfoutlthli run of the gantc and
Bain mni ed to,) third. Bostwick
ad\l.iind to second on the
t hI rou i
Kenr Rodgeis' bhase )t balls
crainnied the 'orncrs and with
twI' down Br.idle, Johnson
stitl, k out Malor's sole wild
pith ot el kn'i' 'ale suocred Bain
iain l)el Jane a 5-0 lead.
SMcin lIhitl I il It roan the
mIoindiii piltlcd steldili on and
\ith ;'u,,|,, .l, cnc be lhind h1 ni
kept ( i.i ||t", lis'i ini g to their
dur oull
( il II in I lhie \tth inning
tiund ll .';, i|cs l .' td s ith
,ii l i !\i.ih i ,-, '. fedl ii -l it tl iiin.
R ih\' 1' I''ii k iAind Bain
c.lppci l I ..n',ilrlts UseeC nth

I l.' i'" liMllel il d I uns
( ill in !lf > li(i it ii i n t he
'. iill! .lninl Iiijl inning t used
to blt.k ltH l|% sli' u t out bid
LallC Io l ti o errors 1Ired
( Ipe s, i"ngtle into centre
ithiiulllnlr t'in dI 1 t \ to base error
bi I ,1\, np' Snuilh.
I t'"le iD)',n's hit to
hs it it' -,es'oIItnd baseman
( iltllon \Ces'si was boggled
Ilotn e'rouLgh lii (Cooper to
-t) I)c, De in moved to third on
Phillip I .tisld'is' single from
lie Wie Li' scored on a wild


1 1 I J.\NI
.,h r
A iimiie 2 i
(' Nec'ci i 0
J. t\did'r t' 4 2
I t rd 4 2
i. Muse, 4 2
I. Nelei 0 0
I'. Ituhtu'e 3 0
I B. DillI 4 I
S. Smnilt 0 0
A. BIost\%liik 4 0
K. Ruitidgrs 3 I
B. .lhliis. in 3 0
CA.R lLL S'S
L. Kniowles 3 o
(I. Raiihniing 2 o
.. Newhold 3 o
(i;. Samdillners 2 0
('. M4.%ss 3 0
I. Ta hlor I 0
I (iioper 2 I
L. IDetin 3


I. .luni(tlsrS .. ) I i1
I (larke I Ie ()
It IItulard I 0 O ii
WII.Lil fIIIOMPSON I oine
iour ifor fti\ tromn the pltteC
scored three aind knocked in
one run while Ben Rolle in hsll
two for thiee plate appeIaranceI
scored two and knocked in
three leading the IlsC ekenl-1
Stirs to a 14- victor s o e J.letI
Set in the second lame last,
night.
Barrar rroll \who, lo i k tice
win gave tip ses'venti hits siang
pitcher 'TouIl Pcarcc alon, g with
Villied Browni i andI l esitr
\Minus shared 1 5 hits
Left ftleldr Pansn/ Johnrson
idded il( o l t (Ilie S tis oi n e
with tour rbh's and tone inl
scored from a onle til our iat
bat Substitute secoLnd basllmanii
1)hilip Saiundersl added i\vo lilts
irtlo three tines at balt I Hc
sstorcd one and knocked inI
one
I tiugnc Ihompson lippidl
J el Sst with onlt e iull and one i
lbi Iron a I\ to tor hhit'e at blit
I lonel Ncelc's who went one
lo)i 1tour stored two runill S
\dderlCt also ssLored tl k eI
trom his lone loi )one plate
appearances


Bridge team

triumph
A RI TIRID stockhrokeci
who has lived int Nassa for the
past ten .e ars was a neiiiber of
the bridge tM itn that took top
honours in thie Swiiss Teati
section of cotlptmpeti at the
Sipunig Natiollals in \VallcouVcl
lisl Iloni th.
\Makinp his contribution to
thie winning el tort was Fred
Ru ibra ol (-'otchrest
Apartments. ('able Beach.
Mr Rubbii. in his iO's.
teamed up vwith Barry Crane
(former director of the
televisionI series "Missison
I it possible"). Miss Kcri
SIthulian and Bob Kehoc to
win the four-nlan tcatil
co mipetitions.





NOW SHOWING
7 & 10:10






NM CAMIIA nuLA M1 1TMO v1
Plus at 8:40
TIME H S Of

INTERNATIONAl AMUSEMENTS CON

Parental Discretion Advised


Picture: RICKEY WEl.LS
SPORTSMAN of the year Durward Knowles (3rd from left) and Margaret Albury (2nd
from right) pose proudly with their trophies after being named the top athletes of the
year by the Bahamas Federation of Amateur Sports on Saturday. Olympic track and field
star Jesse Owens (left) gave the key address, Miss Bahamas Agatha Watson presented the
trophies, Mr. Vince Ferguson B.F.A.S. president gave the vote of thanks and the deputy
Prime Minister Mr. Arthur Hanna was a guest of honour.


Owens runs through some

By GLADSTONE THURSTON off-track ideals


SPORTS. being a gteal
mediator. series as one ot t he
best catalysts forI a greater
understanding of man.i.
Olmnpic track and field star
Jesse Owens said
It, an intCerview' with the
Trib lne Stinday\, he said
"Sports is an area where in that
particular field, it transcends
all prejudices because ot the
sportsntanship thalts involved.
Owens gave the key address
Saturday during the Bahamas
iFederation of Amateur Sports'
rinnual sport stmanspotils-
w\oman of the year award
hbanqutit.
One indhivdual. he said.
I c oglnises the ability otf
another individual and they
ha'\c a great' anot1i1i of respect
fo i that ability It is shio n
during the course ol their
participation and during thi
course of their association in
S;am es.
Iloweve i Owens
6 -years-old and still going
strong does not place the
emphasis on athletics .alone 1as
being the oil] sstemi to bring
btboutI peace and greater
understanding of mankind.
In thinking about it, uone
should take into consideration
the country itself: the
educational values of lihat
CoLIntriy: its instutiutons iof
learning the men and women
that represent the faculty of
those institutions. and hosw
devoted the\ are to the subject
thie teach.
Some individuals grasp


things slower than others.
"Take a little time with him.
"Put himn in a class along
with others who are in his
similar condition and yet still
they have fun together, and
thies are not embarrassed
because ol their slownesss"
0)weIns said.
lie likened a country to a
community consisting of many
different people. How
successful is that community
going to be'ic?
"As long as neighbors will
be able to he neighbourly andi
to speak and to help one
Another then it bh cotu'le s a great
colinltiunit (Countries are
not hing 1utml expanded

"ThI lie i iun itti i" hc
continullled. "does not ask
ani thing of ( tou It asks that
\ou put something within the
community
"And the country only asks
the citizens of its land to put
something into the land to
make it fertile. and to make it
grow and to give i! stahilit\
and understanding. This to meI
is what a country is all about "
Dis cipl 11 plays an.
important part on the road to
success, and discipline Ihe feels
begins at home. "'All things
begin in the home from which
you cotie. and then it spicads
abroad
Discipline. hli explained, is
something that has to be
explained to the child frottm the
tuine it is yet young.
"Obedience. Being able to


understand the mother and the
father and being able to cope
with and learn to cope with
situations like 'you can't have
that glass of milk now,' and
they must understand that
mom says that I can't have it
now and there must be a
reason for it."
As people grow up Owens
explained, the. set goals tor
themselves "In order to
achieve that goal they have to
make a lot of sacrifices and
then too. it's going to depend a
lot upon the attitude of the
individual and the attitude
copies from the home at a veryt
early beginning
"As you begin to understand
)ne that is teaching y(ou
outside ol the hoie your
teacher or your coach then
you begin to understand what
he is trying to do and )ou ha\e
a great appreciation for it
because you are able to help
bridge the gap to the point
where you wish to reach that
dream.
"In so doing, you are taking
from home, from the early
days, a little determination and
dedication to what you want
to do, and the discipline that is
going to follow to make that
dream come true."
Owens has reached the peak
of success, lie can be described
as one of our world heroes


THE BAHAMAS ADULT

STUDY CENTRE

CONGRATULATES
THREE MORE OF THE

PRIMACEL PEOPLE












GERALD P. STRACHAN
District Manager
Family Guardian












VELMA CARTWRIGHT
Checker Citibank












JACK RYCROFT
Inspector
Humane Society,

PRIMACEL PEOPLE

PERFORM & PROSPER
FOR DETAILS OF THIS
GREAT COURSE, CALL
35862 (DAYS)
36351 (AFTER 6 P.M.)

BAHAMAS ADULT
STUDY CENTRE


I



I



I


U


NOW ITHKU I
Matinee continuous from
-'Phone

Thy' w gottheir ov
kind of mn gami
A X sUM'i I P N*
A E.. E



SIsaac Vent

Plus! "ACE I
PARENTAL. DISC


I








I




I

I


I

I

I

U




I


FRIDAY
Tm 1:45, Evening 8:30 U
3-4666






7- lo'

ura Fred '
Wlllamson i
HIGH" PG.
RETION ADVISED. *


NOW SHOWING THRU THURSDAY
Matinee 2:30 & 4:45, Evening 8:30-'Phone 2-1004, 2-1CO

Ip9 -3* W






I ii.i



I bnettfM..g a wi m
PARI:'NTAl DISCRETION ADVISED.
Reservations not claimed by 8:15 will hbe sold
on first come, first served basis.




Wednesday thru Friday Wednesday thru Friday
Continuous Showing.
Matinee starts at 2:30 from 3:00
Evening 8:30
I "SITTING
"THE TARGET" PG.
DEATHMASTER" PG. Oliver Reed, JillSt. John
j Robert Quarry, Bill Ewing PLUS
PLUS "OUR MAN IN
MARAKESH" PG.
"DEEP THRUST" PG.
Angela Mao, Chang Yi Geore Hmilton,
o Claudine Auger
I 'Phone 2-2534


Opens 6 30. shows start 7 p.m.
See 2 features late as 8:5.)
FINAL NITE!
"BLINIDM AN 9: 1 O
"MASI" 7 & 11 I'.M.







T4" Roar once again with the
original movie cast.


An Ingo Preminger Production
I Color by DeLuxe" me
tuyPanavrsion" (S
R restaurant temporarily I
Closed for Repairs


SHIRLEY STAW&


-A=ULF D.7M