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VOL. LXXI, No. 112 Thursday, April 4, 1974. Price: 20 Cents


Solomon




A 93-YEAR-O()L.) man had to wait at Princess
Margaret Hlospital out patients department from 3.30
p.M. ti 7 p.m. tr :an X-ray technician to arrive bhetorc


the doctor oil ut\ could
heard yesterday.
The slot\ was told hy Mi.
Nor man Soltmoiin (l-\I St
George's ) wlho said tlihe incident
happened on Malch li 3.
The patient, hie said, hal
been ill for sonic da\s and
unable to cat
Mr. loftuts Rokct, IHealthi
Minister, said ine ot the'
problems faced b the casualty
staff is the large number Il outll
patients who seek treatment
during casualty hours.
Mr. Solomion told mincteIets
that what he had to say was a
matter of real national cnttlcen i
affecting evcr\ single
Bahamian.
According to MNi Solttomon
the technician lie\d at South
Beach and has no telephone.
The man's fanuily was told that
anll ambulance would he sent to
bring her in, bh t the'
ambulances were called outit is
last as they
Mr. Solomion said that \hen
lie went to the hospital at 7
p.m. he found the man had lust
been taken in to be X-ravcd.c
(,AI ISOF III LL
"It milllbels want aln
impression of what the gates of
hell will be like, they should
spend some time around the
gates ol the Printt 'ss Margaret,"


ittcn1d to hitt,. the IHtttle'

he declared. People were
screainntg and bleeding with
one doctor to take care of
everything from a tape womi it
toi a fractured skull.
A young hbo with a broken
leg had been waiting lor
aIttention lor mo\ie an hour. he
said. in another case a girl had
been bought in mashed up in a
cocle accident and there was
tino onile to attend to her
because there was only entitle
docLto.
iMr Solomon praised the
staf f t Out Patients as being
both pleasant andi ciotperative,
however there was little they'
could tdo under the existing
conditions.
"We all have wives andi
children and what happened to
this told mian could happen to
anyo(ne-," the flmember declared.
It was quite possible, lie added,
that it a man had to wait thrcc
or tour hours to be X-rayed lie
could die.
"I appreciate that there are
grave problems to running an
institLtion as complex as the
Princess Margaret, but I
seriously i.'gist that the
Minister conduct his own
investigation and I know that
lie will agree that the present


'ovei -1

By NICKI KELLY
1111 LARGI NUMBER oft
hlaitians and Jalmaians illegally
resident in the' Balhamas could
radically alter the social and
Cultural patterns 'over-
the-hill.'" Grant's T'own
representative Franklyn Wilson
(PIP) declared in the House
yesterday.
Mr Wilson raised tlhe
immigrant issue oil the motion
for adjotiinmen. lie claimed
that halt the resident
population in Gliants iTows n,
and pt fi ret.t illeuch all
over-the-hill, crec eilfhcie
Ilaitians, or Jamaicans,. lani
of wh1om lhe suspected were
here ilhlgally
The presence of these
naltonals vwas creating
problems which were of
incicasing con,.cen,. \ir H\ilson
said
I odal almost all of tilhe
strel vendors in Giants lo n i
,ild o e i-the-hlll are eithcle
Iaitians or Jamaicllans. I his is
dsilupling thie metil hod ih\
wlich a greatly nllumlber of
Bahai ans i',in nlt their
Livelihood
Secondl. h lie continued,
these people we\ic golii' aboulit
their business so openly that it
was leading people. if Glrants
fow n ito bcleIe tlihe
.' t llitiii il condonetld these
actions
Asserted \lr Wilson i 'lhic
presence of such 1 large
number of people results iIn
severe competition 1 with
Bahanians for housing tlit ias
already short -" FIturther. the
concentration of so large a
number of non-Bahamains inl
one area was affecting tile
social and cultural patterns of
the area.
"Anyone who hias been t
Miami can attest ito le le cl
of mass inugiatio.ll" the
member declared
NOT Al :\ R IS I
Mr. Wilson said lie' had risen
not to create an alaril bi t to
bring to the attention of the
House a matter which was
causing concern. If Hlhis is not
dealt with it can change tihe
heart of our country as we
know it," he argued.
The member said he had



(Nassau Store Only)
SEE
Cl0 1H01SE SAtE
NOW IN FULL- SWING
and 0OiSAVE!


Lhe-hill' claims Wilson


taken the matter up with a
number of Mitisters. "'I know
it is not a simple matter to
resolve, but we must at the
sale time make a vetr)
deliberate effort to try andI
rectify this probhImi in tle
shortest period of tiinc.
"I canl show anyone whole e
yards thit are comipletelt
coimptised of tlaitian1s and to a
lesser extenfl J amaiIelans1, lihe
time ihas now come when we
must deal with this mattCie
quickly\ and earnestly)
DI)NGEIR PA. II RN
Mr Wilsoil's i marks vwer
endorsed b ('aht Islaind
repiesentati\e Oscar Johnson
(PI P) HeI said he saw a,
dangerous patillcn here and to
some degree the same pattern
could le founLld ,it Freeport
It should also be considered
what effect thi ,is thas ling ont
the large-scale unemploymlent
ofl Bahaminians
I he alien culture these
people bling with them must
hasve ani adverse effect
Therefore a tpositSive stand will
have Io he taken where thIese
inmnigrants are co)ncerIned."
IMr JohIInsonti CemphaiSl/ed'
liHe was speaking particularly
of those here illegally he said
I ihher the government would
hii ce to let them reul ain, in
\ hich case it would have ,e
grave ellect on ithe Bahamas, or
else steps would have to bhe
take to solve' "'lins pressing
problem
In Ihe case oft his dlistm icl.


Mr Johnson pointed out tlhat
straw, u vendors at ('at Island
were now finding themselves iin
competition with Haitian straw
work.
"I hope," he said, "'tl.it tlhe
executive arm oft' tIle'
government w\\ill view this
seriously and that sometlic ini" is
done bclor-e long anld bctoie
there is .1 controniation
between llalitll and Bahamiiiani
vendors
Mr. Erringion Wat kinms
(Ind -Marsh Hlarbtourt also
threw his sIiuppotl behind the
staemiits Iade by \Mr \Wilsotn
and \Sr Joinsoti "'It's a
problemI not onll in (irlints
Iown but in vcel\ ,t.e'a in the
Bahamas (iovcnnienti" lie'
shioiled. needses to 'et lh'mtu
iilt


Theie were now so many
Haitians in the prison that
"'Bahamians don't have space
in their owsn prison," Nir
Watkins raged "'They bring in
disease ot every unknown kind.
I they're supposed to lIe
sacrificing goats. Maybe they're
sacrificing Bahamians These
people bring in their culture,
diseases and crime. Any
country that cannot control its
emigration cannot control
crime t
hlie member from Marsh
Harbour claimed that in effect
the Bahamas was importing
criminals when t he se
immigrants came in illegally-
"I hope the government will
see fit to doi somiiethingt
immediately ," Mr 'A i.k.it .
mi i slted


Search for two in dinghy


'An S 10 ft dinght which
left the Ma' kct R.ngic dock ifoi
I'Par, ise Island u csteiday atotutL
4 30 p .m. and expected to
return l th s 'ame v111C c Clning, is
repoilld missing Ont b.i d
were Mli SSimetn 11ill and hits
son L)ncoln, aged ,1b10ul svc\ell
I lie dinghy had a \ hlite
painted l hull. It hutad ino iolo
and it Is assumed lihat the t %o
'SCiC sculliing.
I atlly ttodi B \SR\ and th i
l'olicC were notillted and tlhe
police C hate beeCC qutsti'oningll
people ait the umaikcl rangec
Mt Itall apparently lcl i ito
take empl} conch sliclls to the


,imcti shell dump onil the south
side ot Paradise Island.
BASRA sent uLip an aircdutl
to search both sides of Paradise
Island, and as tar west as the
(Iambler area and then back to
the market range
A BASRA rescue boat was
also making a search ot the
cnt ie harbour.
FORBES FUNERAL
F;UNERAL services for Mr
Crafton M. FSorbes will be lield
Sunday at 3.:3 0 p.m. at /lon
Baptist church h with the Rev
Charles Smith officiating
Burial will follow in the Old
I rail Cileiet' rv


S


ll A -1


P1/ILIV-HO S- My jet's been

GO-AHEAD hijacked,


I FOR T n


statt level


state o affairs _,annot contintueic
in a modemnl countitiV."
In another example Mr.
Solomon said ;a patient released
the same day the old man was
admitted ',iwas told by iher
doctor that she mnust follow a
very strict diet.
The patient was told to go
to the hospital dietician to he
given the prescribed diet. The
dietician, however, was in
Miami. The woman had to
leave Sunday to return home
and therefore did not receive
the diet chart until four or five
days later, alter Mr Solomon
undertook to obtain it
"I feel \ery siorr\ for tihe
people wiho work at ihe
Prin cess MNai gatret and
especially the doctois, because
I teel the are being asked to
do mor thathan the\ should he
asked to do."
lie said he wouldd like to feel
that the countii could afltord
to have ani X-ruy tecliullan on
hand 24 hours a ldayt
After ascertaining that the
elderly gentleman had not
cmiveC in to Nass.mi onl a
hospital-dispatc lied em ere- nc\
tight, Mr Roker pointed out
that all precautions, are taken
to see that the people needed


aie on hand when the patient
aiI lIves.
lie explained that there was
a Casualty Departnment and an
Ouit Patients Department. At
night. ion weekends and on
holidays only the casualty
section was in tpcIatlion
"If the member had taken
the trouble to check he would
have seen that hall the patients
there (Saturday) were Out
Patients. Instead of coming
during Out Patient hours they
choice all hours of the day or
night when ti le only doctors
there are those to deal with
casualty .' Mr. Roker said,
It was this which was
causing the ptIoblemIs being
experienced there were
certain tiicms, the Minister
continued, such as im the case
of the dietician, when there
could not he a full staff
complement.
"It is not feasible for the
government to provide a
dietician at the hospital on
weekends because the cost is
not justified liHe thought it
was wrong of Mr Solomon to
level so many complaints at the
hospital as though something
was radically wrong.
With regard to the X-ray


technician, he said these people
are on call dliitng weekends
and could nut he expected tot
be at the hospital 24 hours
NOf AD)Qt.\ I I
Declaicd Mr Rokcr: "I have
said that facilities are not
adequate at Out tPatients
That's why wue are butillding a
new department I here is ino
space in which a numlli)I o
doctors can work andtt %C ae
aware of this. This has been lso
for years.
(;ovemrnent. hli said was,
now embarking on a plan to
alleviate the situation in Out
Patients It had a(lso been
decided that there shoituld hlie a
complete break h.it 'icn
Casualty and Out Patients'
Mr. Roiker promised oI
investigate Mr S()tolo)ion's
complaints but at the same
time recommended that as a
member of the Opposition lie
be prepared to suLpporti
govern ment budget requests s
for funds to operate the
hospital.
Meantime govetrniill'nt lItust
have the right to order its
priorities so that the grLer ilest
good was done toi tlhe greatest
number of people



Man dies

after

crash

WINSLOW A IIAMILTO)N, .2o.
died at the Princess Margaret
Hospital yesterday after anm
accident on John I Kennedy
Drive
lanumilton, a Rock Crusihei
Road artist, was IretuLrning t ront
the airport at tile time of the
accident. Police said the
accident occurred at I 15 p 1if
when the car tie dro\e went
out otf control InId crashed into
a utility \ post.
Haminulton's dcth is the
tlourth recorded tI itflic itatitit
toi New Pro\iodence ltor the
year '1 lit' accldeni t I was tone oit
five }yestertdav

Six children. walkingg atli 1l
Blue Hill Road were iltuicd
when they were in anl accIdelnt
lniolving a cal cautsit g lone '
then Edward Sands 1 1 to bic
hiospitalised. The others w ve
treated and dischigcd.
Police sIt id tlat Sands,. \who5
remained in tmnr condition
todai ailoniIg wVith Rica',i ot
Adderles, LdaIF\ Stubbs.
Francis Stuhbs. .ill 14 -cils.,
and 10 -yeat-old Kens\ (n t
McDonald ol Rupcrt DeanBIlI
Lane were walking along Bluehi
Hill Road at the time It thec


accident
These were struck hb car
N P -7543s reportedly drivclt
by piol.e coustable Hicn/l.
liam .es, authoitites said

ThIe accident took place alt
7.50 p m pole said


I


I he service will take
Raw son Sequare I his
brio dcast live to all
amll islandseg and ito
Ilol gCt outI


place ati
will he
in the
all who


I Ie ser ic in the' stare ill
lied liia keld hy s1criptture
readings, hiyimns andt players
I lie' hitusl iin te square will be
i iuide'd b\ th' s,,alvation ai li
lhatnd


says Lentanc


MR NORM.AN [LeBI.\N(.
director of Baha nas
Commonwealth Bank and a.
resident of ( osta Rica. has
charged that "an organization
in Washington, DC lha
hijacked one ot hi.s company's
jet aircraft fro ( Costa Rica
According to a press
statement trom Mr LeBlanc,
the plane was hijacked by Mike
Brumfield. resident of Costa
Rica. who was pilot for
Connex Press Inc a
Nassau-based conipany ot
which Mr. LeBlanc is president.
The plane a Saberliner N
78 JP was hijacked around 0
p.m. Tuesday from the Juan
Santamaria Airport and took
oft in violation of orders fro, m
the control tower endangering
two other aircraft about ito
land according to the press
statement
It was reported that the
airport authorities aie tiling
appropriate legal actions
Mr. LeBlanc stated that he
was aware that an offer of
$10,000 in cash, a job as a
pilot in the IUSA and
protection there, had been
made in co-operation with an
organization in WV 'h intic. 1
D.C to Mike Brumfield to
hijack the plane.
Connex Press Inc.. intends
to take all legal steps, civil and
criminal, to recover the plane
and ensure that those persons
w ho ha v e breac h c d
international treaties oil
hi lacking atircrafit andI
endangering lives are punished.
the statement said.


Mr 1 eBlanc ,aid that it had
been 'oliif11ed hfie aircraft is
now in ltheU SA and this was
"the most blatant step taken so
tar by LUS interests to e.tntinue
to harass myself and ,-:iptitlm's
in wichi I am involved ko vause
oft m. relationship with Mr.
Robert Vesco "
Avnd he went on 'No
peisonl, agency\ or iGovi'! nimi'nt
of all\ country particularly\ one
who professes to believe in and
outwardly maintains a
self-righteous linage. should be
allowed to commit i i I ii
acts such as this g:u'nri'ft lihe
sovereignty ot (Cost a R,
without full prosecution.
In tFebruary Mr All.
Butler, torinerly preside;
Butler's Bank. filed suit ;ag hit',
Mr Le'Blanc. his associate Mi
Robert Vesco and Fairb,'.rni
Corporation. seeking to reclaim
a Sabreliner let serial No
306-2'0 owned b i Conne\ Press
In,:.
The plane was by court
injunction grounded for a week
at Nassau International Airport
on February 19 Ihe aircraft
however was llown out of the
country oil Februani 20, the
day itlte i the injunction wis
granted.
\1r Butler ,lain;ed that
Fairborn had dclaulted on its
agreement \% with him to
purchase the shares of Conil'x.
Sale of the Sahrelner was
part of the overall anrangcnlent
involving the sale to )Fairboin
of ILewis (Oakes Litd. holding
company tor Butler's Bink.


LOANS
THE HOUSf yesterday
authorized the government to
issue S i 1 million in
registered stock to finance
certain loans to the Bahamas
Electricity Corporation and
the Bahamas Telecommunica-
tions Corporation and to pay
off a balance owing the
International Monetary Fund.
The 1973 Registered Stock
Act enables the government
to raise loan funds through
the issue of registered stock.
From the current $11
million loan, $4 million will
be loaned to BEC and $2
million to BaTelCo. The
remaining SS5 million
represents the balance of the
government's subscription to
the IMF.
In moving for passage of
the authorizing resolution,
Finance Minister Arthur
Hanna reminded members
that he had served notice
during the Budget debate that
the two Corporations would
need funds for their proper
functioning.
This was nosw to be
obtained through the issue of
stock Linder the Act. Mr.
Hanna said the Central Bank
would deal with the
registered stock in the same
way as it dealt with Treasury
Bills, by selling stock from
its own portfolio in some
cases as well as issuing new
stock.

in Bahamian currency. "The
interest will fluctuate with
the market but will be issued
at par." he said.
The money for the
Corporation was all to be
used for capital works.
including the placing of street
lights for BEC.
Repeating a recurrent
theme of the Opposition, lr
.\,rmaiun S,,Ionitoi (FNM-St.
George's) suggested that
government stop trying to
compete with, private
enterprise and allow private
management to run the
Corporations
Works Minister Suncont
.o ,i pointed out that if BEC
had been in private hands it
sNould not have absorbed last
year's S2.4 million in fuel
costs.

SUNDAY PROCESSION
I Ill BA.\HAIAS Christialn
ctour il is sponsoring its fittn
annlulil P'.ilm Sunday procession
and is asking all pastors and
th0le Un'gregations to join the
M,.,1h lhtis SunI day
l hci. Vsill be three meeting
p Is ti, thie ilmarclieis
S',tiilll'llr Recreation, 'Windsvo
I'Park ,in 1 astern Parade
\ l those vsl io \ ill n ,rch i ,11re
,isked o bhe illn til' spot ncar'est
[," tO hie i ch l 13 15


MR IAN ANTHONY
Bethell \\as admitted to the
Bahamas Bar of the Supreme
courtt WVednesday afternoon
following presentation iof his
petition by Miss Jeannlle
Thonlmpson
I he .8 ca l-old law cr, a
former meteorological assistant
o hse'rueI and elect Ironics
engineer told the gathering of
lasIs ers' and relatives pitese'nt
duringng I"ih'lrsday 's cerellmonil\
thal lie silcerelyl hop d thai i'
wou ldte lve up to tih'
,contfidlence wh'ih tile have'
placed in him.
is flthnks went to his imanl
friends and tutors uwho helped
him achieve his goal and he
said lhat among them, he was
also gIatctul to Ilis I xcel' ency'.
llon I B JohnIson to \whom
hi' ,as lirst articled
11 HBethell. son of fithle litc
Samue, l C Bethell ind \Mrs
!,i.i Plithrica B lhiell (iranl. is
'l'i epii hc\ the lion Kendal
I-,is t) ( ,nlld I cidder o the
Oppcosiion
( liil Juslice, thie lIon
Leonard J Knowles, tolloiing
iMr Belhell's reply yesterday ,
thanked him tor sparing tlhe
gathering a speech on political
and social reform
MIr Bethell twas welcoined to
the Bar by the lion I ugenet
)iipuch, QLC on behalf of the
Innel Bar. and h\ Sen 1j


Progress not apparent to public, says association president


B DALE SAUNDERS


F I1 FI B A 11 A M NA S
Association for the Mentially
Retarded feel the general
public has the impression they
are not very active, said the
president at their iittnual
general meeting ait Government
House last night
President Dr. Cleveland
: neas, Sr., said that the
association had experienced
growth, maturity, knowledge
and progress during the past
year but "to the general public
none of this is readily
apparent, and during the year.
questions have been asked by
impatient members of the
public. (who have contributed
valiantly to our funds) and
sometimes by members of the
Association, which indicate
that there has been some flow
in our Public Relations.
"The fact remains." said Dr.
Fneas. "that there wasn't much
happening that we could


publicise that would not have
sounded like excuses
"Our organi/ation assumed
thle full responsibility for lhe
operation of lthe Stapledonl
School for ithe Mentally
Retarded It is quite evident
that tihe school is still in
existence and it would be most
enlightening if tlie general
public would read the report ofc
the Ileadmistress of the school
Mrs Sy bil Blden for lhe
past year It reveals some
tremendous facis that should
stir the conscience of this
communityy" l)r IVneas
pointed out. "and move it to
action,"
"In spile of olur seeming
inactivity, the donating public
realising our predicament, has
not ceased in its donations."
The treasurer, Mr. Baswell
Donaldson, reported that the
Association's funds stood at
$255.000.
"Our auction," continued


Dr. I:neas, "which was held ;n
February, has been a great
success even though we did not
net the same sum this v ear
as last Strangely enough,
the factors responsible for that
tact have proven to us that lthe
general public is still firm in its
support.
"Young people andl
Bahamians are becoming
conscious of the needs that
face us and are willing to throw
in their weight to help push
this effort," Dr. Eneas noted.
T'he former faithfuls, he
added "are still carrying their
weight, and as president, I
can't thank them too much
"The period that lies
immediately before us has got
to be one of the most crucial
that we will face." Dr. Eneas
feels. "As I have intimated we
might begin construction: there
will be added responsibilities in
administration the school will
have to operate. To do all of


this efficiently and suel ...- lIII
will require restructuring ot
our organization.
"What we have to do is
going to need the efforts of
ever\ menibel and evei)
director and we plan a
committee structure that will
emplo\ the talents of all of
you," he told those present
"Finally. I wish to thank myv
board of directors for a
magnificent show of support I
amn grateful to them. We also
thank Lady Butler for being
our patron and their


Excellencies for all their
kindnesses throughout thei
year "
Three new posts were
created last night at the
meeting. They are chairman.t
assistant secietary and assistant
treasurer.
Officers elected were: Dr
Cleveland W. Eneas. Sr.,
President & Chief Executive
Officer (second year); Hon.


I)Donald I leming. P ( Q ( .
Chiarman of the Board: I)r
IHcnr\ Podlewski, Vice
Picsident. Mr T Baswell
)onaldson. C B I Treasurer.
M\1 ( Vaughan John:.on,
Scc ictlt. Mr Michael Turner.
\ C' I / Assistant Secretary ,
,ilnd Mrs Patricia Johnson.
Assistant I reasurer
Directors elected were Mr
Signed Anmoury: the Hlon
Gerald C('ash. Mrs CGlika
Chiistofilis. Mr. Paul Cole: Mrs.
Vermice Cooper: Mr. Frank
C('rothers: Miss Marjorie Davis:
Miss Sandra Dean; Mr. T.
Baswell Donaldson, C.B.F.;
Mrs. Eugene )Dupuch: Dr.
Cleveland W. Eneas, Sr the
Hion Donald Fleming: Lt. Col.
I ionel Chapman; Mrs. Patricia
Johnson: Mrs. Jennie Mackey:
Mrs. Neil Mactaggart: Mrs.
Called A. Maillis; Mr. Julian
Maynard; Mrs. Gwen
McDeigan; Mr. Lowell
Mortimer: Dr. Henryk


Pt,.. ~e'.csk Mrs Una Sawyer.
Mr. Michael Syimonette, Mrs
Maxwell Thomnison,and Mr (C
Vaughan-Johnson.
New members elected were.
Mr Julian Maynard, Attorney:
Miss Marjorie Davis, Assistant
Director, Ministry ott
Fducati oni Dr. Tim i
McCartney; Miss Sandra Dean,
Council for Handicapped; Mr.
Michael Sy m onette,
Management Communication
Services Ltd.; Mr. Michael
Turner, c/o Briti-': American
Insurance Company: Mrs. (;.
Peterson, wife of Chief
Engineer on Paradise Island;
Mrs. Allen Greenwood: Mrs. F.
P. Taylor: Mrs. Ralph
Seligman; Mrs. Joan Jones: Mr.
I eslie B. Johnson: Mrs.
Anthony Davis: Mr. Hugh G.
Sands. ex-lDirector of
Education: Mr. Benson
McDermott, Mrs. Erwin
Knowles: Mr. Curzon Dobell;
Lt. Col. Lionel Chapman.


lienr Bostwick on behalf of
the O)uter Bar
l be iew laister, a lfoiner
student ot St John's College
where he obtained the Seniol
(ambridge Schiool Certificate
in I 052 had joined the firin of
Isaacs, lohnson anid Thompson
in ll as an art ilted law
student

Butler funeral

FL NI R\L sewr ices for Miss
I ninaalinc Butler, second
daughter ot (overvnor General
Sir Milo Butler and Lady
Butler will be held Friday at
3.30 p im at St. Matthew's
Church. Shirleo Street
Mi.ss Butler. 44. died
1Tuesda T mnornIng at the
Princes,, Margaret Hospital. The
cause of death has not been
announced.
I lie funeral service will be
conducted by the rector,
(anon Addington Johnson,
and Bishop Michael Lidon and
Bishop Doland R. Knowles will
also be present.
In lieu of flowers persons
may send a donation to the
Persis Rogers Home for the
Aged.
Following the service
interment will take place in St
Matthew's churchyard.
DIVISIONS TO CLOSE
THll- MANA(;EM[NT of
Milo B Butler & Sons Ltd.
announced to-day that all
divisions of the company will
close to the public tomorrow,
at 1 1:30 a.m., as a mark of
respect on the passing of Miss
Butler.


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The cruise ship Sea Veittire
returned to Bermuda today
with her load of passengers
from thle stricken Queen
Elizabeth 2 lining thle decks
iII aII adventutre's-over mood.
The music of a steel band
wafted from the dock.
"'It was pretty v luncoml-
fortable round here
lest night said Albert
Wright everyone e was
sleeping on the floor and
using each other's laps as
pillows. People were making
jokes, like saying "l'B it e\er
so humble, there's no place
like home.'
rThe Sea Venture had to
carry double her normal
passenger capacity lon the
overnight uoyage i tint'
Atlantic trom the ,stalled QI+ 2
about 250 miles southiesti )!
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UL S C o n g r sii o n : I
Co mmitt ee i kestigatingc
President Nitou' s income
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with a recommendation ito
the president "lor his prompt
decision" to pa;\ sii)c
S465,000 in back io~ iin
taxes and interest.
The joint cotitniiiti 1M
internal revenue revealed
report tromt il, si:itl
Wednesday, claiiniiiui tll
Nixon owed $476,431 im
back taxes and iltcre,.t
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White House said the mtiiin;il
revenue service hail piipi' d
a separate report co;icliudii.Q
that Nixon owed soiii'
$465,000 in back lti\es :in interest and that N \)n i
would pay thle iamountl ti i
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thile committee issu'el
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report, tlie members a igrcc
with the substance of most o!
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by the stalt.
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prompt decision to, nalk<
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( iitlt, ess UtiRhodesia. Phineas
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SYRIAN gunners pounded
Israeli ltank formations and
artillery positions in tlhrec
hours of figltitg in tile
40-mile-long i (Golin te ,ills
front todav Ih le S la 11
comnlla id reported
BRITAIN lhas decided to
send more troolips ,14l xar ltiniI
Northern Irelland to bolser
thle fight against rlite Irish
Reptlblican A\rint 111
informed source siid Ille
decision re 'lects official
anxiety at new iliethods and
weapons being uIsed lI\ NItI
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BUENOS .\IRIS \
I 2-year old boy, tiring a
family rifle calilv aind
accurately, killed two hea ly
armed intruders,, and
wounded a itthirtl as ithe
attempted to rob Ihs house
last night. police said
The killings occurred in
rapid succession as the boy
went to the aide ol Its
parents, a neighbour and a
10-year-old sister threatened
by the intruders
In a confused scele, tilhe
boy apparently lifted a taimily-
rifle from its hiding place to
assist the adults who were
struggling with two nien
trying to lock them in a
bathroom of their house im
suburban Moron, 15 miles
west of here.
The boy shot and killed a
man who was posted outside
the house. He reloaded and
killed a second man.
The third assailant tried to
escape but was shot and
wounded by the boy. He was
soon apprehended several
blocks from the house and
taken to a local hospital for
treatment. (AP)


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As soon as th
disembarked, some of t
passengers headed directly I
the airport and flights to N1
York arranged by Cunard. t
Q0 2's owners.
The QE2 remained adr
awaiting the arrival of t%
tugs from New Yoi
tomorrow to tow her
Bermuda
"It was exciting,' s
I rnia Lakiian. "1 don't reg
any of it Thle only thing I
soIrry about is the bump
myn head trying to find I
athiroomi in the dark."


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crying when I did. I felt like a
character in the 11ovie
Q -,ueen 'Titanic.' The band wa
'llPc I playing and the crew v,
singing 'Auld Lang Sync) hi
was beautiful.
ey The power aboard the QE 2 Louis Jerbi said: ,,
he went out after a breakdown didn't realize how much vo
for of the vessel's three boilers. needed water until I had to
ew "My fingertips are burned go without it. The crew, did a
he from holding matches," said t tremendous job under
George Lowers. impossible circumstances I
ift The QE2 passengers were "tYou win when nobod|
it in a party mood despite gets hurt. and you win wlheni
wo otNious, fatigue Some wore everybody gets home safely
rk the caps of Sea Venture said coach Hank Strain oft he
to crewmen. Others jokingly Kansas City Chiefs, one 0t
leaned over the deck railing the QE2's passengers,
aid to take pictures ot "That's what happened in
ret photographers, this particular case. lere n,.
i'm Fran Kelsey recalled the had a great mixture of people
on departure from the QE2: "It who handled themselves, m:i
the was really pathetic to leave poised, disciplined ,!,
the Queen. She looked so sad patient way. (AP)


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01hr Cribunu
NULLIWS ADDICTS JUbARE IN VERBA MACISTRI
Being Boutul To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LFON Fi. I UPl('t, Publisher/Editor 1903- 1Q14
SIR I FIi NNE ilUPUCH .OB.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 191 7-1972
Contributing Editor 1972 -
F'll I N DUP'I'Iet CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor 1972
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207. Nassau, Bahamas.
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Editorial 2-4532, 2-2260
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Advertising 2-1986, 2-2768

Thursday, April 4, 1974


By ETll N\\I DLUPUCH
'7t ;\ isi' f'/ :utrJ article in a series I am writing on reports
A,'n I ut i i' D,'.,'-, 's files of' Novemhber and December

(;R\ND) 'CAYMAN, March 10th. When the P.L.P. got
control ,I the Bahamas in January 1I67 the economy of the
colon.\ was booh,.ti tvery island in the group was feeling some
impact ftioti activities that were centred largely in Nassau and
Freepout
Tihere as over-emplolyment to the extent that it was
estimated that there were over 30,000 Haitian labourers
c.Itl I 'te>d thrFitittih tie islands.
Most of these people were illegally in the colony but no serious
effort had been made by the U.B.P. government to round them
tiup becac n'i mucI building was in progress that every Bahamian
who wanted to work was employed ... and the IHaitians were
needeLd because there were not enough Bahamians to meet the
diimainds Li i' at that time.

Ihie change ili the government was widely acclaimed by many
fore in inecls.
The I B i. goer;i;,:ent had kept control on certain enterprises
ihlit foreign ti terests wanted to break into The foreigners knew
that the new .. ,i 11,t was inexperienced. They thought they
w oulil i" .. Pi!.,.^,-"
I :ei.'i tha. inl addition to being inexperienced,
'liCe- \\- : ie h .iad. fe er of discontent boiling up within their
hb\els I'tit .' il express itself in ways no intelligent person

S t i! 't it the P.L.P. would be a push-over, the
econontv v sk\ I-cketed tfoi two \ears. Money poured into the
islands. l:id the !' ',ill government been wise, all they needed
ito do was secure their hold on the political reins of the colony
and give the economyy free rein. Had they done this they would
have ridden to fame and fortune in the pages of history.
Instead they wanted tio do what Mr. Pindling forecast ... and no
believed hul at the time. Thev wanted to take over the
economy for themselves.
The proud boast oft the Ut.B.P. had been that "the harder you
bounce the Bahamian hall, the higher it will bound".
It soon became clear that the P.L.P. wanted to prove that
.'ii had happened before they got in the saddle ... they
wanted the history of the Bahamian people to date from January
I (h.7 and so, it seemed to be their aim to prove that they could
hiust the B.iba.tmian ball that had been shaped by U.B.P. genius.
In their madnt-ess they didn't pause to realize that when they burst
the I1. B P bah:ilon they had nothing to put in its place.

*\nd then, suddenly. in 1QOQ they realized that the economy
was slhpitt ti.
[-arliet the\ had appointed an Economic Advisory Conmmittee
headed by Canadian industrialist E. P. Taylor. one of the largest
developer in the colony. Some of the members of this committee
were men with sound financial brain,,s and wide experience.
But the goternmtent had chosen to ignore the advice of these
lltglyl qualified ,ien and so the expatriate members of the
ttun ittee I.tave iIP tryintI ..- and resigned.
In ldespiation the gi vernment engaged Washington specialists
Checchi & ('o. it prepare a feasibility study on die future of the
Bahamaits turist industry.

I told ll, gCCIovernmenCt at the time that this was a waste of
tmonc'. becautws I had been telling then daily in this column ...
free oit '.. J., lihat lthe industry needed.
I had twat ned tdhic that Home Affairs Minister Arthur Hanna's
harsh and ia.tional itinnigration policies would sure as hell
destroy the delicate fabric of the colon's economy.
I pointed ouit to them that it had long been established
scicntificallf that what they were trying to do was impossible.
It thas been repeatedly proven that only three to five percent of
any race of people are capable of training for executive positions.
It was, theretirc, impossible for the small population of the
Bahamas to produce enough men and women who were capable
of filing the ptio.,ins demanded by the varied activities in the
islands that c ,. ttl experts and highly skilled nmen and women
in man tiltd f endeaviuir.
Ifhev didn't h elie\e ime.
And so th:\ engaged firm of experts ... at great cost to the
pulhhc to nuke a. study and present a report on the tourist
industis itn the colon )

When a sunmmar ofI the report was released to the Press on
November '%i9 it contained everything I had been telling the
government and flthe public for nearly three years.
The report listed the percentages of highly trained foreigners
whit would he' requIled for years to come in the islands if the
tourist mdustrx was to, continue at a healthy rate of growth.
The governments released only a summary of the Checchi
report. Fhes e itused t, give the Press a copy of the full report.
And then tn Noeulber 10th The Tribune received inside
infotimanion trom a reliable source that had seen the report and
made a copy for us of a section to which, it was alleged, Mr.
lanna had objected because it was virtually a condemnation of
the hard line policies that were being pursued by him in
Immigration and which he was determined to continue with
renewed vigouri

The following report is taken from The Tribune of November
10, 1969. It appeared under the heading: "Passage That Offended
Hanna Is Revealed ... Expatriate Quota Plan in 'Censored'
Report".
"Rehe report, a comprehensive survey of the tourist industry,
compiled by Washington D.C. specialists Checchi & Co. at the
request of the Bahamas Government, concluded that tourism
could provide two-thirds of the capital for the country's needs in
the next five years provided tourism growth was nearly trebled.
"Although it was not known what parts of the report were
causing trouble, it was thought that, as Mr. Hanna is directly


LeBlanc asserts Butler's financial statements incorrect


By NICK KELLY
IN THE SALE of Lewis
Oakes Ltd. to a company
owned by financier Norman
P. LeBlanc, the financial
commitments of one of the
LOL affiliate companies was.
not as represented when the
sale was consummated in
August, 1972, Mr. LeBlanc
claimed during recent
liquidation proceedings.
Mrs. Shirley Oakes Butler,
principal shareholder in Lewis
Oakes. successfully petitioned
the court on February 25 for
the compulsory liquidation of
Fairborn Corporation Ltd., the
company to whom
Lewis-Oakes was sold.
She claimed that Fairborn
was insolvent, unable to pay
debts owing to her and was in
breach of the sale agreement.
Through the purchase of
Lewis-Oakes, Fairborn, and by
extension Mr. LeBlanc was
able to gain control of Butler's
Bank and the Butler (Group's
interest in Security Capital
Corporation, the Canadian
parent company of Gencial
Bahamnian Companies.
In related suits against
Fairborn still pending before
the courts. Mrs. Butler and her
husband. Alan ('hurchll
Butler, have alleged that Mr.
LeBlanc was acting as agent for
financier Robert Vesco in the
August 1972 negotiations.
CO rNTi "R CLAIM
Countering Mrs. Butler's
allegations in her petition for
Fairborn's liquidation, Mr.
LeBlanc said that the audited
financial statements of
SecuntN Capital and the report
prepared by Peat Marwick
Mitchell prepared for the
period ending Marclh 31, P)73
were, to Iss best knowledge
and belief, first made available
in October 1973.
1 hiese, lie said. disclose i d that
Sec rlity capital's s in e tiietll ll
in Ge(neral taha mlian
Companies was writtenen
down," ,' -silt:'! ii ,i c .pital
loss to Security ',Capital ot $5


She also labelled as "false
and untrue," Mr. LeBlanc's
allegation that purchase of the
Sabreliner was financed by
money from Butler's Bank.
She said that most of the
financing of the aircraft came
from American International
Bank and Trust Company of
Morristown, New Jersey. and
only some from Butlers and its
subsidiaries, which owed the
airline company Connex
$476,000 for use of the
aircraft.
She said that the sale
agreement for the aircraft had
not been complied with.
therefore the aircraft was being
held by Fairborn in trust for
her husband, and its purported
sale was a breach of trust.


million.
Furthermore, a previously
unrecorded contingent liability
resulting from a lawsuit,
existed prior to execution of
the Lewis Oakes agreement.
Mr leBlanc said he believed
this etLotingen liability was -f
such a natmte as to materiallyy
and adversely" affect the
financial statements attached
to the LOL agreement.
Another ciiounter-clanim by
MN r LA'BI itic pertained It
efforts by 1 the Butlers tfo
reclaim a Sabreli n cr
aircraft sold by Mr. Butler's
Connex Press Inc. to Fairborn.
A.X.LI(GATIONS
Mr. LeBlanc alleged that
('Conncx was able to purchase
the aircraft in the first instance
through a 100 per cent
financing a rrangerment hNb
which Butler's made nearly S1
million a v.ilble to tlie
co mInpany.
Mr butler. htc sitd was
president and iiimanaging
director of Hitlecr :it the time.
Mr. LeBlanc claimncd furthlcr
that the August 1072
agreements wit', mitidc' between
Mr. and Mrs But leIr nd
Fairborn. Iheretore neither lie
nor Mr. V'esco wie obligated
to the Butlers.
ie alsio iAll'eed ii ) his
affidavit t that 1it 1 ibhout April
1972 Butler's Bank, ntow
known ais W 11.0 thldintLs
Ltd., entered into ,viarimois
collateral and pledge
agreelCments in tirder to Ihotrow
f t nds 1(, t ro min h'i ;1i ;it.is
('Conminonweafilth Balik. 4of
which Mr IeB13in is :lso(
piesiclt It.
IThis \, I f dtio e ,' as to
naintiailn lthe I u it y uof

( HA 1 I I \(I 1)
N i I-( ;!II.C"A' .1 l iltu Ii s
i\e r t iI' ,!h,],tilel .f .l i til nged
by Mrs Butt ler. i~ ito l rt-,ed
ill:! lh,, h ir:. ve rf m aile
by \ II(.) lttei .l,wis ),kes haed


responsible for immigration inaitlci, it itIl have been in
connection with something in the report aihout expatriate
workers.
"The information proiJ' lc! ti, T1' Tribune' f' our 'snrce
confirms this suspiitln
"According to out source Checchi takes thlie '.,11 .'..i,
recommendation on page ,S'4 of the execute summary iof the
report, which deals with flhe 'AdItuTinist"iatitn oit the Expatriate
Quota'.
"The greatest single problem taking thle tourism mdust'v ill the
Bahamas is the uncertainty under which it mustlt ofperatce i regard
to expatriate staff. We recommilend that the following mtlachilner
be set up to eliminate the uncertainties and inequities which
presently exist in the administration of a policy towards
expatriate workers in the tourism iLndusty.
"( I) Establishment h ( the Cabinet of an ...' illl quota ftil the
number of expatriates permitted in the countiv. Whether the
quota is set at 20 percent or 40 percent tf the !tot;il work fioce is
a political decision which can le made molitc rationally altei lic
data from the Manpo\wei Stud\ li s been mitoic tilly anal\sed'
"It was disclosed in March ihis ear by Professor Alsin Ma\ine
of the firm of 'Clapp and Ma\ne,. which conducted the manpowe!
survey for government, th)a expat iates, including lHaitians.
would account for at least 30 percent of tlhe [ahalm 'as labour
force by 1t)73.
"This would be nearly double the present figure which stood ai
17 percent tot I'68, according tto I'rofessoi Mi\ ine
"But government have nolt et itade any decision 1 l o tihl
report and present got'er'imlt mituIration policy appe)l' r\ to /
favouring a much strwicter polcr\ which permit f0wer a, .i Icwt,
expatriates to coe(M into the t',ountr',
"And, according to the source oi, ut inirlmination,i tlh Checci.
report continues:
"Over the Cabinet to set the quota l or expat nies, thle t' p!'Ic'
co-ordinating committee should he empowered to adniisteir li.
quota limits
"As an inducement, we recommend that higher qutw'tai lo
expatriate workers be given to Out Island developments., hiti-its
condominiums and cottage counulltity pmioi,'cs iand ne'\
developments while staff' is being Inamed," tile source quotes thll
report as saying.
"F'urthet. the source savs, the report tecoinrilendsi
elimination n ot the burden tof jud'iie ig t e,'iunc.i
qualifications of applicants b\ intmmigration ofl ciatfs and
"'stathlislah tellt oft a technItcauf qtllaliflet gr Ie, alic,
co inuittee.
"Another point made in the report, accoidin t to lhe source., is
that although a Bahamian Totuist Board exists .t tle pieseill 11111
it seems to lack representation itom 'a inumer of imipoil.iili
segments of the private sectoil'.
"For instance, there were no visible sub-cominittees x.air\ ii-
out investigation or developing position papers oiln the iitmutiltiud
of problems facing the government. According to tlie soeltie. tlh'f
report recommends t!.at 'efforts should be made to atltiaclt l!t
best brains in the Bahamnas to participate in the activities of the
various commit tees'.
"The source also quoted the report as sa% ing that tourism in
the Out Islands was still a 'stepchild' to the thriving industry 't
Nassau and Freeport. The report allegedly recommends that 'An
Out Island ('Corporation be set up to organize and piomoret
tourism and guarantee the quality of accommi nations' in tle (OIt
Islands."

The government paid for this informative report ... and then
promptly pigeon-holed it where it was left to gather dust aild
cobwebs, while Mr. Hanna was allowed to go on his merry wa\
like a bull in a china shop, destroying a thriving economy in the
name of Bahaminianisation.
One thing Mr. Hanna ... and the government too who backed
this madness ... forget and it is that parents can't put then
irrational hatreds in the pot to feed their children.


A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Noise comes from a poorly designed organ, and from a
beautiful instrument when it is not understood by the performer
who plays it. AUBREY THOMPSON ALLEN in "Music ".


been sold in August 1972
The only exke-ption was a
$7 9 million loan from
Bahamas Commonwealth made
on March 16. 1972. Ot this
a mount I she cl I named,
57.733.4A89 cucercd e\i- ting
loanis ot Butler's b, to1 s li.d'ie
at the re(ituestl ol Mr VcCseo' .id
V'esco related comptnw: Ior
ente! tprise,
Mrs Butler cited among
those to whoti loans vwerc made
the nitaine ot Linkink
('I' pt),itioIn I tdi.. whI. hI
te-ecived S3,940.3?3
( 1. ink in k w as the
I'Panmatnian ciomiipany to which
Bernard ('ornfeld, toundi oI the
l[)S mutual fund empire sch
his dominant block o si,\
million preferred- shties toi
$5. n million).
VI SCO RI ILS.1 "I
Is i t Butler maintdiciid thatil
Butlcrs Ilquidity problems wxerc
brought ion largely > h, Mr
Ve,.o' s refusal tot ret'si the
l.in1kink loan \which f t .J as
oii'.nalls on Butlers bi o ks .Is a
60. l\t lo.iat on .iniin.\ 4

As i A.iiiugust 17 17 ,
wthi i the L.ck s Oalkes
iagp;elment ilwas sli'iiled tfl V 57.9
itinllion loan froin Bahliamas


Conmmnonwealth had eelr,
reduced to S5 4 milhin stand
was less than the Vesco !elated
loans for S7.7 million.
With retctenric to Mr.
LeBlan 's ille tit on i oncert:eti
Seculnt\ ( ;i;pit.iltO Mrs Butler
pointed 1o' ,i iu -.e ItP i
L ewis ( ),i. i ''' iii i
p ro v aite t.'ih i lh t n '!;r
se nations .'1 ., ; '
regarding !t i'dnrl,1Ji
statelmen'1!ts i"l I i ::i i *
subsidiary conip,lti ie., t nild v uih
the closing oit !ti tgreenti ii .
In his Jtli.h i! ill 1 A .iBI1 n
alleged thit pr'ei1 i! 1 !" 1 i- tl t
sale ot Sc uit-: \ ( 'p;.ii I.'
American Ji1nc'% \ Jl'-. .. N Mr.
Joye had u'res d J h! f 1 tit
Security Capital', ti'.ird inl
sh ares he it o i i. i ,'i i'i
COmplla t
purlrhac th hd i 2

Steps 1'- r'1,' t 'r', '.1 ki
for the v irto 1 i '.i 'ih- \i
se l H ttei slit.iK 1 I f
l lo I lk!< 1 k l u |i l.. in !i
inl turn so il ;

Morapa;n Iloldin'' i!
NOT .\1 It , I 1
Bahiatias ( 'o i io i ,! ilih
Bank, which hti l ta se n itlt


TAN1 H 0


By The Associated Press
Ii1).\Y is riitRSDIAY. Ai'RIL
4th. lthe 94th day of 1974 t here
ar'- 2'7 I days left the year.
S ItVt;lll.Il(lR TS in history onf
hts x dale
197t. Vaticnn p ublishes
previously secret World \VWar lIo
dtCuiilnent showing that aides to
I'P ie Pi'us XII ;ind )r pr,, ibl iNth
I''i' himself kext \\e o N\ai
i sl-ihter it million N f I uropeani
1 71 Riiling (''nagrt 'ss P'ri\ II1
Indii La;lls on lniiin pc,,ple' to.
xl'i'l''rl insu'rgents in I asi i'iioittn
I 'L) f,9 United St;It-,. S,' qp I.
htritinut andd 'rench r-1ples'-i' itt ,N
nmt. in Nex\ YorkI' d i u i.iuss
1i j 'Ii 'Il'lt .Itu nl "i l i ,
Su t anal ;5 sI, ael obsvrv
das n.ver.
I i Mihrtlirn L.uther Kiung, I ;
cjil riletts leader I, i.asN ssinatid lit
MicnIpltil I enni'sfi "
19644 elit'itela pripoIses thaiti
ntiits of western h em i.s[phr
Au(hionri/ use t ofarnied torce and
other strong nieas'uires in event of
lagtrressi.in hv Cutha.
1') 55 Britain signs treaty with
Iraq and decides to adhere to
Baghhdld Pact between Turkes and
Iraq.
1941) North Atlantic Treat
signed in Washiiingtio'n by foreign
ministers it U.S., Britain, trancee.
ielgiumi Netherlands. Ital ,


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siiks there t13ruistih Q iirsl ipx i H it .
oft Blengal
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initcresi :n the Security Capital
share' agreed to a release in
i.' \hanige for having WHO
ssirn to Bahamas Common-
wealth the promissory note
paid ih' Morapan rin exchange
.r he Seurity capital l shares.
\. d to Mr. LeBlanri
i : ,:insaction could
: i' t p'I 1ni1'i 0ted unt less ttit
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be financially responsible, of unquestioned integrity and professionally
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A NEW SHIPMENT OF LADIES' & o
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ON DRESSES, PANT SUITS,
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COME IN & BROWSE AROUND' FROM
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AGATHA'S
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Not cobbling, but buying shoes two by two

MIK 'S SH STORI- on college in Miami and Charleso e
Bay was established by Mike received his B A at the obers
... ..... ..- :. not r et advantaget' offer


Klonaris in 1930.
Only in those days it was
located on Victoria Avenue.
Mr. Mike knew his shoes
because his trade was
that of a cobbler. For a shoe
repairer gets to know shoes
from the inside out as a
seamstress gets to know
dresses.
Retailing new shoes was a
natural extension Mr Mike
Klonaris knew what he was
buying.
Mike's Shoe Store moved to
the Bay Street location in
1955
Meanwhile, Mr. Mike's two
sons. Nick and Charles. Q.C.
students, were being brought
up in the business.
IN FOOTSTEPS
Following in their father's
footsteps in the ways of the
second half of the twentieth
century Nick went to business


RUM
:,..-;,: .... _... . .... l


- 5'

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THE NEW Bahamian Lumber Company store on Wulff Road that opened for business on Saturday is attractively laid
out with many new lines for the Bahamian and his family. Our picture shows the line of garden furniture that will be a
special feature of the new store. The store is fully carpeted and airconditioned. Photo: ANDREW TOOGOOD.


University o01 Miami majoring
in marketing
This two brother team took
over from Dad officially in
1965.
Nick and Charles continued
doing what Dad did but
brought with them the
techniques of marketing,
merchandising and business
know-how appropriate to
to-day
Mr. Mike had always
wholesaled shoes to smaller
shoe stores in Nassau and the
Out-Islands
I1 VEINJURE
Brothers Nick and Charles
have now formalised the whole
part of the wholesale business
and have formed Bahamas
Shoe Supply, a subsidiary of
Mike's, to deal especially with
this side of the business. The
wholesale warehouse is situated
on the second floor of Mike's
Shoe Store building.
Making a success of a shoe
shop involves a lot more than
renting shop space, going to
Miami and buying shoes and
then selling them in Nassau.
It is for these smaller stores
that Bahamas Shoe Supply is
supplying their know-how and
buying contacts and ex-
periences.
BULK BUYING
For example, Mike's Shoe
Store buy direct from the
factories in bulk, thus avoiding
the middleman's cost
"We deal with the big houses
in the States, Europe and the
Orient", Nick explained.
The manufacturers advise
Mike's on fashion develop-
ments and what the chain
stores in the U.S. are buying.
Mike's bring a sample to
their store in Nassau to test the
Bahamian market's buying
reaction.
"Bahamians are well aware
of fashion developments yet
they like what they like", Nick
explained.
He gave as an example,
platform shoes. On the
international and U S. fashion
scene high platforms are now a
big "No". However Bahamians
(especially the men, Nick said.)
like them and buy them.
If the samples sell out
quickly Mike's then order in


Aspecs of ivin
'LIUEPTS-HBIS---0KRGRE


bulk.
ADVANI A(; S
Thus, the shoe retailer in
Nassau need not take the risk


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of buiImg goods that \s ill not
sell I or sell slo lI \ Is ; bh i\ -
trom Bahamas Shoie Sup)pl\
BSS prices are also I'i) isv


red


to the smaller shoe store in
Nassau is that thec can buy a
little at a time when needed.
No need to go to the States,
bus and wait for new stock to
he shipped
Danger, of pilterage and
I. Istoilis Inid brokerage
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removed


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1. PRICES BELOW U.S. JOBBERS. How? By buying direct from
I factories world wide and avoiding the middleman's cost.
I 2. WIDE RANGE OF SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY.
3. NO NEED TO OVERSTOCK buy less and repeat style only when necessary,.
4. MINIMIZE CASH REQUIREMENTS TIED TO STOCK.
| 5. FASTER STOCK TURNOVER.
6. BETTER AND EASIER STOCK CONTROL.
7. INCREASE YOUR CASH FLOW.
8. NO PILFERAGE.
9. CUSTOMS & BROKERAGE EXPENSES ELIMINATED.
10. SIZE RUN SUITABLE FOR THE BAHAMAS.
| 11. MINIMIZE YOUR INVESTMENT RISK by avoiding speculative buying.


Plan, Organize and Control your Shoe
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BSS location

2nd., floor
MIKE'S SHOE STORE BUILDING


Bay Street, Nassau.
PHONE 2-4535


NICK AND CHARLES KLONARIS the two brother team heading up Mike's Shoe
Store and Bahamas Shoe Supply retail and wholesale outlets for shoes. Photo: Andy
Toogood


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in the Bahamas.


BSS offers, better and
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The Tribune - Thursday, April 4, 197


Cortina and it has been gained
Without increasing the overall
length. The rear seat is comfortable
even for long journeys. The fuel
tank has increased capacity for
those long journeys and the new
Cortina has one of the largest
trunks in its class 12 cubic feet.
The choice of colours is better
than ever 15 altogether. Five of
these are metallic and range from
the quiet sapphire blue to the
bright sunset red,
The Cortina and the Cortina "L'
offer a choice of three excellent
engines the uprated version of
the well-proven 1300 cc and 1600
,: model and a newly developed
2000 cc Oli( engine. The 1300 cc
and the 1600 cc engines have
retised camshaft timing and larger
inlet valves. They also have
improved inlet and exhaust
manilolds, improved combustion
chamberr shape and carburation.
These engines retain the
successful cross-flow cylinder head
with bowl in piston which improves
pertirirmance and cuts engine wear.
Ani of these engines can be fitted
to the Cortina or the Cortina "'L'
models
The newly designed suspension
is an important element in the
sni itther quieter Cortina. It also
g1\es improved handling
characteristics This has been
achieved with a short and long arm
s stem on the front, protected by a
rubber shield and designed to work
without servicing for 36.000 miles.
At the rear is a four bar link system


.Inchh improves cornering and cuts
the likelihood of axle-hop.
The fail-safe dual line brake
sstemII meets tough international
standards. The front discs are fitted
on all models with improved rubber
piston boots on the calipers to give
long-life protection The rear druiii
brakes are of a comipleteli new,
design Their are no sliding
clinders or shoe anchors to go
w rong and the system is scaled
against d:rt and water.
Overall the system gives a lot
more mileage between pad
renewals. It also gises safe stopping
in all conditions.
SThie seats in the new (Cortina \a%\
tromi comfortable to luluinoius
depending on the model Hoiweicr
e\ery seat used iin the Cortinia i.inge
has been re-designed TIhe nCe
contours and increased bucketing
iic increased tlullbal anid lateC al
support Adjusting the seats is a
quick k and simple matter since the\
are mounll( ted on a ball bearing andl
roller slides with a tront tpeiating
leer
For safety there is a collapsible
steering column and accessed
instruments in a sweep ad\a\ tacia.
I here is also a steering coluI n
lock lane change le\er. tio-speed
Mindscreen ws ipe rs flush fitting
exterior do or handles a iront
passenger door lock and childproot
rear door locks, adjustable rake
front seats, and face level control.
all of which add to tthe great
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I his .a i' thIe man who
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ARRIVI-1) TOI)AY: Tropic
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SAILID) TOI)DAY: Bahama
Star, I emerald Seas, I lavia for
Miami
WEATHER
\WIND)- Mainls fair
WI ATIll'R: __Soth-s'loltli-
cast 12 to 22 .p.h.
SIA: Sliwht to moderate
I MP: Mmi. tonight 72
Max. tomorrow 85
TIDES
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Low 12.13 a.m. and 12.27
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Yes, 1974 Cortina-L 1600 cc, 4-cylinder 4-door sedan and estates, all with
fully automatic transmission, in a variety of colours.
WHILE THEY LAST, NASSAU'S BEST BUY IN A LOW-BUDGET CAR,
OFFERING BOTH ECONOMY AND COMFORT.


Financing available


MEMBEROFTHE
GENERAL BAHAMIAN
COMPANIES GROUP


Phone: 2-1031


A


cry for help from


against me.
I continued to live at home until I reached 21. Then I
moved to another city [about as far away as I could get] to
make a new life for myself. There I met the man to whom
I am now engaged. In the year I've been gone I wrote 36
letters to my father. He didn't write to me once!
Even when I wrote that I was engaged, he didn't call or
write to congratulate me . his only child. I realize that
he just doesn't care about me.
My problem: All my mother's lovely china, crystal, silver
and linen are in the home my father and his second wife

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Kna F.tulireSyndictl. n. 1974. World ,ilht. -r r L
"Higby is finally learning the routine around here.
Notice how he complains more and more to the boss?"


a cigaret


addict


share. I feel that my mother would have wanted me to
have some of them-and I want them for sentimental rea-
sons, but I krow my father will not give them to me
willingly, and Id probably have to put up a fight for them.
Do I have any legal rights to these things? Can you help
me? L.
DEAR L.: The only one qualified to give you legal advice
is a lawyer. Your best bet is to engage one and pay him
[or herl for what he lor shell knows.


NOTICE TO PUBLIC
The Boat Launching Ramp situated in Fortune
Bay Unit 1 Tract A Midshipman Road, will be
closed to the public from 12.01 Friday 12
April, 1974 to 12.01 Saturday 13 April, 1974
in order to perserve the Private Properties
Rights and to prevent the acquisition by the
public of a Right of Way.
TAMARIND DEVELOPMENTS
(GRAND BAHAMA) LIMITED


DEAR ABBY: My problem is me! I smoke between
three and four packs of cigarets a day and I can't quit. I
have thrown them away, packs at a time. I've been to
three "stop-smoking" programs and went back to smoking
after each one. If I don't have a cigaret after 15 minutes, I
become so nervous I am ready to climb the wall.
I have been to a hypnotist, a psychiatrist and a psycholo-
gist and they couldn't help me. I have become an addict
just like an alcoholic. If I don't have a smoke I can't
function.
Please don't say, "You can quit if you want to," because
nobody wants to quit as much as I do, Abby, but I just
can't help myself. I know I am going to smoke myself right
into the grave, but there seems to be nothing I can do
about it. Can you help me? HOOKED IN BIRMINGHAM
DEAR HOOKED: I don't know what "stop-smoking" pro-
grams you've attended, but I've had some excellent reports
about several. You may have a nicotine addiction, so see a
physician. IBut choose one who doesn't smoke! II KNOW
you can quit, because two of my best friends were as
hooked as you-and they both quit--cold turkey! Good luck.
DEAR ABBY: I am a Florida executive. When gasoline
became scarce, I forbade my wife to drive to church on
Sunday. I have nothing against religion, but the church is
15 miles from our home. My wife says she will quit driving
to church the day I quit driving to the golf course.
Abby, this isn't possible because my position in the com-
pany depends upon my entertaining clients, so in a sense I
must play golf for business reasons.
Please tell my wife how wrong you think she is.
FORT MEYERS EXECUTIVE
DEAR EXE('CTIVE: I don't think your wife is wrong at
all. Her spiritual needs may be as important to her as your
business connections are to you.
DEAR ABBY: I'm a 22-year-old woman. Seven years ago
my mother died and my world fell apart. A year later my
father remarried. My step-mother and I never got along. At
first we both tried, but after years of fighting, we knew we


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RED CROSS RAFFLE

DRAW, DANCE APRIL


THE i ANNUAL Red Cross
Raffle draw, under the
patronage of Mrs. Magruerite
Pindling and Mrs Sheila Butler
will be held at a dance on
Friday. April 5 at Ronnie's
Rebel Room The draw will be
broadcast live over Radio
Bahd lamas
A funtilled evening of
dancing, entertainment and the
r elodic sounds of Ronnie and
thc Ramiblers, plus many
exciting door prices will
highlight the dance.
Special guests artists will
include Mr. ILit,'/, Pat Rollc,
Angela Roberts and Dl)eacon
\Vh. I\ ,. who will he making his
last NJssau appearance.
Master of Ceremonies will he
D)r 'iim Mc(artney who will
rinnounce the lucky winner of
the 1974 Dodge Monaco car at


APPROXIMATELY 30 Key clubbers from
various Nassau Key Clubs left here today
aboard a PanAmerican flight to Toronto,
Canada where they are to attend the District
Convention of Key Club International. It is the
largest group of local key clubbers ever to
attend.
The Key Club is a junior arm of Kiwanis
internationall and are dedicated to the
principles of service and community-minded-
ness.
The convention is to last from tomorrow


I 1 I tr.ia it imiiai le ssiii g of
PIillm, s wk it1 pro .esin I will take
place at 8 a n. on Sunda,
S i this i da.i. the triumphal
procession if Jesus from lBethan i
int Jtrus'.lA'leTiI is oLiinr e ir.rated.
-t a st pe u Ia altaI r ere. ted ilnthe
sch .l hall ( cH th s ri ) the palms will
he lessed ind diistriibuted.
lihe choir, u der ti Jtirreitii o l
tr. I red ( 'Brien,. m ill leIad tlhe


until Sunday. Key clubs in Nassau and other
areas of the Caribbean and Eastern Canada will
be represented at the convention. Kiwanian
Fred Foster will accompany the group to
Canada along with GHS Key Club staff advisor,
Mr. Tino Christofilis.
Picture shows: Home Affairs Minister Darrell
Rolle with the key clubbers. Mr. Rolle
presented the clubbers with a copy of the
national anthem and a Bahamian flag to take tc
the convention.


chanting of psalms and hymns As
the procession enters the church,
the usual 8.30 mass will be offered.
Palls will also be distributed iat the
other masses on Sunda,. the 10
a.m., i 1.30 a.m., and 6.30 p.m.
T he Passion of Our l.ord Jesus
i'hrist, according to .St. l uke s
gospel,. ill he read at all the
masses. Amoniig the readers taking
the roles of Christ. the thorus, aild


COMMON\WA ITH'l OF
THE1 BAHIAMA ISLANDS
IN THl: SLSPRLML COURT
L:quity Side


o.-4
No. 3


IN THt1 MATTER of ALTL THAT piece parcel
or iot of lanid situated in Johnson Road in the


L asteI'r DIistrict
Pro tidleicc.


Island of New


l.\ iTI R of The Quieting Titles Act.


\Nl)


IN It' MATTIR o t The Petinion of Miriam
s\ ironetl't


NOTICE


Ile Peittion oif Miriam Sym5,nette of the
1 aitr:: ljAtrict wi I the Island ot New Providence.
in rcs.pe oI t
ALL 1H IA pI p aic rcel or lot of land situate in
.lohnir on Rai- in the Eastern District of the
I jnd io Ncw 'Pro\ dence and hounded
NORT tV IST\ARIDLY hy land the property
S I lernmian anna and running thereon One
hin driedd (10J0) eet NORTHtllASTWARDLY hby
l.ind ttie property of Lew\is Smionette and
running tlcreon ()ne hundred (100) feet
SO(UTIll ASTWARI)LY y Johnson Road and
ruiiine ithereon Oc e hinr dred ( 100) feet and
SOil 1HI \\SI\ \RI)tY h' Kcll, Street and
runiiiin lith er.'n ( i hiuni dried I teet.
Mirain Sv im anctce ttic Petitioier, in this
matter cl.ums tn lie thc o necr in lee simple t' the
said piece parcel lot of land. and has iade
applicat ion to thl1 SUTiepreme Court of the
(Coiiiit. e antllh oI t1lie Bailama Iislands under
Se tir liir,, i i Lh,I iCietmn itlcs Act. 1959


to hia. et itl t o t ie sil land
the nI.Itutrc ind ec\tent thireofi
declared in a (Certilicatc otI Title
the court t in a or)Idance withl thie


investigated and
determined and
to he granted by
provisions of the


COPII S of the pi.n iimu\ he inspected during
norm.il working hours ait the following places.
(a i The Registry of [he Supreme C(ourt, Public
Square in the Cit\ (o Nassau aforesaid:
ih) The Chamhbers of lanna & Stewart-Coakley in
Deveaux Street. in the City of Nassau
a(oressaid. Attorney,, for the Petitioner.
NOTICE is here\ given that any person having
dower or a, right to dower or an adverse claim or
claims not recognized in the Petition shall on or
before the 26th day of April. A. I). 1974 file in the
Supreme Court in the City of Nassau aforesaid and
serve on the Petitioner or tihe undersigned a
statement of his or her claim in the prescribed
form,. verified by an affidavit to be filed therewith.
Failure of any such person to file and serve a
statement of his or her claim on or before the 26th
day of April A. 1). I 974 will operate as a bar to
such claim.
Dated this 7th day of March, A. D. 1974.


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


the narrator will be Jack .Pulett
Jaffers, Stewart, AmadJ \nin
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Q.C. KEY CLUB
ELECTIONS
MEMBERS of the Key
Club of Queen's College on
Monday night elected new
officers to serve during the
1 74-5 term. Elected were:
Michael Diggis, president.
Dwight Murray, vice
president, Clinton Sands,
treasurer, Cherisse Albury,
second vice president The
club's secretary is to be
elected as a personal nominee
by the president.
SncuIm bent president.
Simeon Pinder, presided over
the meeting and the election


11 p.m.
Other prizes are: a $1,000
supply of groceries; a round
trip ticket to Brussels, donated
by Bahamas World Airlines; a
Maytag automatic washing
machine, donated by Taylor
Industries; a $200 gift
certificate, donated by Del
Jane. a portable typewriter,
donated by Business Systems; a
Futura Driver's watch, donated
hby Alpina's: a radio, donated
by Carter's Record Shop; a
cameraa and a toaster, donated
by Maura's.
Special prizes for the Family
Islands are: a gas range,
donated by Home Furniture.
an Omega watch, donated by
Mademoiselle and a bicycle.
chairman n of the Red Cross
Raffle C(ommittee is Mrs.
Sherry Wilson.


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FOR THOSE
WANTING TO JOIN


THE REAL ESTATE PROFESSION


INTERCONTINENTAL REALTY LIMITED
OFFERS THE CHANCE TO BECOME
INVOLVED IN THIS REWARDING
BUSINESS. APPLICANTS SHOULD BE
BETWEEN AGES 23 TO 35 WITH HIGH

SCHOOL STANDARD EDUCATION.
SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS WILL BE
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APPLY TO PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT,
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F260, FREEPORT. TELEPHONE 373-3020.
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Planned Savings


with the Commerce.Together


we'll make beautiful things happen.


There's always something beautiful
worth saving for. The day you become
engaged, for example. Whatever the occasion,
you'll find that Planned Savings can work for
you.
Each payday, why not put part of what you
earn into a Commerce Savings Account?


You and the Commerce.

Together we're both stronger.


Key Clubbers off to Canadian Convention


Palm Sunday mass at Mary Star


of the


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Soon, you'll have saved the money you need
for that special occasion. We help your
money grow by adding interest regularly.
That's why we say, "You and the Commerce.
Together we're both stronger".




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Realtors can contribute


FREEPORT PIONEER

A.A'I.- DIES IN MIAMI


to tourism says Maynard 4r;-
V J VAVAYIW


By DALL SAUNDI RS
-TO BUILD A hotter
lahamas, I recommend that
'ou start by boosting rouir
iwn business, and proieedt
rom there to an all-out
advocacy of this country "(
lumber one industry, tourism
Ve're all in the same boat sr>
yet's grab hold of the our and
pull like our lives depended lon
t. Believe me, ladies and
gentlemen, they really do ."
So said Tourism Minister,


the lhon. (l cnent Maynard.
y l d lr t aFI luncheon tI
niecti'g L' t the Baha.inu.s Racil
I salte Ass ciation ait the l a st
Hill ( luih. I he MinisterS t' i e
W'is "( ain Rea.ilt ls (Conii utci
I in i rarthic lM C

p.i (po)rinlate ir tic Minisleri n t
I it irismi to address lIe'.illoi
rha r11 h s\ it peotile n rght
I.Il I/c. (or it w\as Iae l estAi tet L
ith put the B.ahai.mais
squartel into the modern)(I


NOTICE
ESTATE OF THE LATE
DR. VICTOR GEORGE HORAN


Notice is hereby giv n l t l ti l 'pelrs s lia\ leg
anlly claills or deillantds li,lllst the j \e-nilldi
Estate are reqt(icstcd to li s n I lh s.litc ill\
certified to thel uildtrspi-lcdi on ol bCloir tilt'
Third day of M\y ni'c\t


And Notice is herch!\ lso .i \P i tlltl it tlhe
expiration of th litill t e jh e neIlltionel (ld hc
assets ofl the decea' ed \(\ill distril)lt d ll 1M 1)t
the persons entitled thereltt li r i ll i t Ird i)t\
to the claim s of wshiitl thi, I \ uttlli, s11,1ll tilell
have had notice.


lilt,(,S & th()ltNS()\
.\lt 'lt'rNe s lI tlilt I \'c'ltlr~s


lurilst s'ene back in the
l '"I '' said Mr. \.Mavlnrd.
"Real I state figured
prominenItl in the rapid
post-wvat dvclopmelnt of lthe
Balhaimias' Tourist Industry,"
lie Minister pointed out.
"I fic port went all-out to
attract land-lhu ing visitors and
the city has spawned several
plush residential developments.
)Most ot the major hotels in
I reipor hav.ie real estate
ot ice's occupying prominent
spots on lohty floors to cater
lo the interest in Bahamian real
estate among visitors from
many nations.
"But this is only part of the
process,." said Mr. Maynard,
"1 lie boom Of tourism and the
plienomellnonl of yCear-round
tourism introduced a1 ntew
pliospelrily anid ain attendant
inrplio\i d stand ard of living
and '11t MIani s B alha i nl a iins
appreciated the desirability ot
ow nin.'g iliir to the BahianItrai
ltck.
COM)IPI MI Nl NARY
"So \i)I can see,tt" hle sald.
"that tourism and retail estate
,i e le tictili\r inteirt\win\cd and
thalt the I ,wn bI ene it cich other
to a crc considerable extent.
Although the i'. Ii Icomes
here basically lor rest and
rCieaCtion anld a changeC of
scener I tIc chances of hisi
htiu ing land are al\\d i s present.
Sinlllarly. those \isitors who ado

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the Bahamas Real Estate Association. Mr. Maynard was the guest speaker at an
Association luncheon held at the East Hill Club. From left to right: John Morley,
secretary; Levi Gibson, vice-president; Mr. Maynard; Geoffrey Brown, President; and
Clinton Moultrie, president of the Grand Bahama chapter. Photo: Lorenzo Lockhart.
governing amateur sports.


Bahamiain 'cmi rni t h.in do
ordina r tou ri, es I urts. heI
said, "'Iwhen I aiii askcd it
realtol s kiin contu IIi iibute to'
toiilu si, n l. answer i ala\l l s
.in un l t rocal ses' An\i
imdladual can m .k
I dl II It 1, I I .CaIlI l lt.II <
con Itr lbultion b Hlul c lltu) rs.
working in 1 i.1 i; hlu d i ld. havet
a sp e c ia l o p p ml | lltl i \ to a ss-> s ,



capit alinal ec/ 0 ion o1 il thie

adoll t.i that i lih \ l i te t le nltio
lhtulhe t\ i usne, pupost"






"u it '' t ) t lit' 1 l iit", m
ar l wt11' vi us, ilnl eIic''st in


lo l te si l ti.-rl r \0 lllie ii
r lli' I I'ui d l i k iti Ii '. n t k t l







u r ,las is, (; cii ,i\ I S tlu Ih i
% lII ti .s \. ir one l i L 1 t it l laI n
genct.il ti c is it sl ill tIt t s 'im lar
It ti le p e ioiuis lhiiee fe sti als,
lie' ,aid


"\\ se t ie ip.it C lh.Iu tins


s ie l i' t udti', un \ill bi l lust h is
tlicc "s>ti B lihr tius fp t d .ciniI,"





i l itn it n aci t (. I n I
itr'sllt ut 't e tu at
t\ill he tlA e inerten)it o Laill\

lii J e ill td (icto r
respc'ltivel\



Rcanlta ishich is slilted 1' t .I k

"In t ith ltl i tun oiIo t
c\n l ." i litc s.itI liTe e t .hoi
in i \ i rn e .t1n 1,,t i on .it l ,\, i
i, ll t ,iid te nis t rn l ii ii iti
l11l a C ,Ia ctl el\ so I o',p ( t ,o)Ied L i
pi, promoted t t lI \ MINs1111-oi\
tliromigh 'lt thc ear.
'' l.rsr N os nr lbc i h ,li n ln i
the Btaiha niasit r iporlc'tt Inn liki-.uP'
mcance'llaitIonis a s high i, 4i40
miand airlines cancIlle d Ialutnii
3I I I t hICn Iflights into tli,
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SUPPORT FOR


PM s SPEECH


\ I I II I .is limit g olure l'
(' s i t ille r I' r C 1
i\"ss .'c .ion, a dielegat Itlol l i
I lt e 'et cI o!lunc I',tlh
\s tla i n 1 li ',ldcd b\ 11
Vicloi (larke'. nevl lI t, ,
ptesul enCi l s okeP k 10t'ileIItrbe's
the Alt ssocition uOn io '
dtillic ties e\periencedl \ i 'n
I'etlolcuin l Dealers in l lghI i I
the world-i w ile price in. i'
of oil ind related product
iu embers otl the c \
iexp'es t ed \ nicilin .1i 1 ,.
proclani cd Lititun itit n '
he' membelihrs of le I' \
lihe conitnsusi15 i ll p)in l '
thlie iiia rit t o t he mti ciiiln .'
present wa is lhal hi e deuialc,:
coull well aI lo d to ICes|;tI!
trom ;li .ni fI lrther ~'iiki n t n' ,i
price increase of I hen l mrotuId, It
general\ an d inll petI in '
spel i Icailly.
At Ihlie business' se.'ssio' p
tlile' Ilectinig, I,\v'o Rc"soli II I ,
were pliassed. t' I irs \\is iI,,
thie \ssoei.Ation wei lcolleld .i'l
supported the speech b\ I Ie
I I llonouri.hable lC P iiine l r\inm 'i
It'forIe Ithe ('hiatd heIl ,I
('Colmmerice ill March in sit.li
tie urged members ol lilt ( of t
Ito seek cheaper miuitke
Mcmlbers oI the (.'PA also lIll
that in order to promote ins,,
aspect, a Irade Board should
lie formlled c0o mI i )ilSl!
Governmllenl, the I lircr, 11t,'i 1
community which would he
represented by the C(hamber ol
commercee and a constituted
('Consumer associationo n


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prices and an ailing world
airline industli but tourisni
remains our prillnmar source of
revenuiLe and twe must continue
to develop the sector as rapidly
as possible. I think you all
realize that hb developing
tourism in general we are
developing the potential of
Sour own business real
esCtat", hie said


NOTICE
JnOf It t her't)y given that JAMES THOMAS SMITH of
PirI(lers Pomit, G r .nd Bahama is applying to the Minister
ir,poi sihbl for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
a ,. a (iteiin of The Bahamas, and that any person who
-I i av. y *i jason'i why legistration should not be granted
.1utld .';'rtd a writicl and signed statement of the facts
wtithit twenty-eight days from the 28th day of March, 1974
io T rhe Mnmist, responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
rvlin stly orf I Hrrne Attl.s, P O0. Box N-3002, Nassau
Bahamt Ia r



NOTICE
NO 11, I i hereby given that F REDERICK WILSON
MACKI NZIa of Coial Road, Freeport, Grand Bahama is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizensil)u for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any poison who knows any reason why
registration should rot be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 4th day of April 1974 to The Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs,
P. 0 Box N-3002, Nassau.



NOTICE
NO Ill t. r, heoby given that MARID DE CHAVARRIA of
'Y[) Ii0ie ri Averue, f report. Gr.ind Bahama, Bahamas is
ip)plyin, to tlhe Minister responsible for Nationality and
It. 'P ii/n ltp, for natLialisationr as a citizen of The Bahamas,
'nrtlt thA any person who knows any reason why
atuIat i ratlon should riot be granted should send a written
arnd signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
fr am the 4th day of April 1974 to The Minister responsible
frr Nationrality and Citizenship, Ministry of tome Affairs,
P. O Box N-3002, Nassau.



NOTICE
NOT [ Is hliebv y given that MANUEL ESTBAN
'ICHAVAI\0I,\ MLUNGUIA of 5u Drake Avenue, Freeport,
Gia i LlBh, ia.i, Bahama. is applying to the Minister
ta-,p irn-.', o foi Nationalitv and Citizenship, for
r tUilisatrion as a tizeri of TThe Bahamas, and that any
person. wIho kiiws any reason why naturalisation should
nit he r'ia;t0d should send a wr itten and signed statement
of the at', within twenty v-eight days from the 4th day of
Apr Il i71 to The Miste r responsible for Nationality and
Citienshlip, Ministry of Home Aftfais, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau



NOTICE
NOT IT r i.-i, huey (jiv(rin thit SAMUEL HEZEKIAH
WA1 I)R(PN .w P-ir ',P Pmi' ,t. Crand Bahama is applying to
the M'iitor espor sil)le for Nationality and Citizenship, for
ir(listi .iuon as i ( itwen ii I tiphe Bahamas and that any
p i, ,i v.'h i knoi ws any ioe ,son whyi iv rgistiation should not
ht, ciraitedl' sihoi ld sre d r written and signed statement of
the fjti wit lin twenty-tright days from the 28th day of
M1,i h. i /'1 to Ihe i Ministri i responsible for Nationality
and ( iti.'nship., M nistivy i tHome Affairs, P. Box
N 300'. N.issa,. Bahamas




NOTICE
NO lit is freb given that STANLEY ARTHUR
PAiRKINSON ot Bahama Shores West End, Grand Bahama
is applvling t tihe Minislter responsible for Nationality and
C'l it enslip., for oregistation as a citizen of The Bahamas.
ad tihdt aiyV poelson who knows any reason why
Segistiatio;i should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
lion the 28th day of March 1974 to The Minister
I osponsile lo Nationality and Citizenship, Ministry of
Home Affairs, P. 0 Box N-3002, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that LESMA SUTILDA
WALDRON of Pindeis Point Grand Bahama is applying to
the Ministei responsible foi Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 28th day of
March, 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box
N3002, Nassau. Bahamas.


OSCAR A. Clot, 69, a
former pioneer of Freeport,
died in Miami on March 3 1.
He first came to Freeport in
1948 and assisted in the
construction of the generator
at Pine Ridge. He also installed
the first small generating sets
for the Grand Bahama Port
Authority at their
headquarters, which were
then situated near the harbour.
He came to Miami from New
York in 1925 and was a
graduate of Columbia
University. He was owner of


Peninsular Armature Works in
Miami for many years. He
became one of the first persons
to be issued with a licence by
the Port Authority and owned
Grand Bahama Engineering &
Co. Ltd on Queen's Highway.
He commuted between
Freeport and Miami until
recently.
He was one of the
founder members of Lucayan
Lodge number 8188.
He is survived by his wife
Wilma, one son, two daughters
and seven grandchildren.


NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that DENNIS OLIVER
BANNERBIE of 277 Jackfish Street, Caravel Beach,
Freeport Bahamas, is applying to the Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any
reason why registration should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 28th day of March 1974, to
The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N3002, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that VIVIAN MABEL
GARDINER of Box F1409, Freeport, Grand Bahama is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 28th day of March 1974 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, Ministry of
Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau, Bahamas.


COMMONWEALTH OF
THE BAHAMAS
IN THE SUPREME COURT
Equity Side


1974
No. 12


NOTICE

IN THE MATTER of ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land situate in Fox Hill in the Island of
New Providence one of the Islands of the
Commonwealth of the Bahamas and being
bounded on the NORTH by a Stone Wall
separating same from land now or formerly the
property of Annie E. Cambridge and running
thereon Ninety-three feet and Forty-three
hundredths of a foot (93.43) EASTWARDLY
by a Loose Stone Wall separating it from Grant
Street and running thereon Two hundred and
Thirty-one feet and Forty-five hundredths of a
foot (231.45) and SOUTHEASTWARDLY by
Grant Street and Bernard Road and running
thereon in an arc Thirteen (13.00) feet
and SOUTHWARDLY by Bernard Road and
running thereon Ninety-nine feet and
Eighty-three hundredths of a foot (99.83) and
on the WEST by land now or formerly the
property of Lewis Taylor and running thereon
Two hundred and Twelve feet and Ten
hundredths of a foot (212.10) which said piece
parcel or lot of land has such position shape
boundaries marks and dimensions as are shown
on the diagram or plan filed herein and thereon
coloured Pink.

AND IN THE MATTER of The Quieting Titles
Act 1959.

AND IN THE MATTER of The Petition of
Blanche Lillian Williams. Ozalla Taylor and
Dorothy Stuart.

Blanche Lillian Williams. Ozalla Taylor and
Dorothy Stuart the Petitioners in this matter,
claim to be the owners in fee simple in possession
of the said piece parcel or lot of land and have
made application to the Supreme Court of the
Commonwealth of the Bahamas under Section 3 of
The Quieting Titles Act 1959 to have their title to
the said piece parcel or lot of land investigated and
the nature and extent thereof determined and
declared in a Certificate of Title to be granted by
the Court in accordance with the provisions of the
Act.

COPIES of the said plan may be inspected
during normal office hours at the following places:


(a) The Registry of the Supreme Court, Public
Square in the City of Nassau.


(b) The Chambers of CASH, FOUNTAIN &
BOWE situate in A;mstrong Street in the City
of Nassau.

NOTICE is hereby given that any person having
dower or a right to dower or any adverse claim
or a claim not recognized in the Petition shall on or
before the Thirtheith day of April 1974 file in the
Supreme Court in the City of Nassau aforesaid and
serve on the Petitioners or the undersigned a
statement of his claim in the prescribed form,
verified by an affidavit to be filed therewith.
Failure of any such person to file and serve a
statement of his claim on or before the said
Thirtieth day of April 1974 will operate as a bar to
such claim.

( ASH, FOUNTAIN & BOWE
Chambers
Armstrong Street
Nassau, Bahamas
Attorneys for the Petitioners.


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The Tribune - Thursday, April 4, 1974


SUN
Rises 6.52 a.m.
Sets 6.26 p.m.
MOON
Rises 5.31 a.m.
Sets 4.49 p.m.


NEW CONDOMINIUM

FOR G T. HARBOUR CAY

ONSTR([CTION i, to begin "almost timcdatl\ o'n hil
w 28-unit Fairwa! Riktll condominium Jerelop.iKnt ;re i
tarhour C'a. in the Bern Islands, delcioper i I t II ison' a1.i
associates it Nas-sa have annouii iu d
ihe comple\ is to be built lne t to the tl'.it ltl.i o (i
clubhouse, on the i.i's ain ndit e i et'irlokini b .it h m.i:oss
ie g c Ol l c 'tio s s first l r' .a'.


S hie dethplipinrg i .'pa;i prcmtdi. kit R. n
a.iitnount c thd at h c ni (in t a: .' e.t lt iii t: t A: r y <
Somipait had been ctriiip ietd indli tfhait rit
would bcgim in a tcvi ida


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Buyers ot the C onldom1niiTlM l, units wi! hl. .h L' tiiIe t- -
and twi. bedroom .ipart'!icwNs .iandi twl r dro,.i, ti: Fih ti:s'.
starting .it $5 ".' B
Mr Robli -, d r de u .'ur in iistts r Ici -l r i tha t ;lu
B.iha iai', d awd v ( at piha.o.,;r1; a, i'p a ; i T t MO W
Jttr tiv' t pp4Io.Tiluiii .-s Ihere are rv e ks, -i ; h ut "w teC J,
that Tiuh crltiisto ft the Blah. as has beern 111:1 it e j d ai .
there ic good rtea.oT" now t! take A more p tosil.'e h "po I -


Commonwealth plan to train


legal draughtsmen


DRAWING OP iE pn0
Gieai!t Hflub r ( -
Thompson, vict tr.iedent
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. 1 .-1 a.rmit builders. Pictured from left are Patrick
5". h m'ison nd Associates, the developers, Dick Wilson
S mi R.in I Jetf president of Jeffs, Thompson
: ; 1htbo n construction consultant Eric


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tor h. setitr g up ot a i St.ia
(/ [ ' ,r senior ( ,+!
mon wealth ti. s: ,irvanl s
t h: grotip s'n;'" oiv:i
eight countriess inluded Mrs
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:he Irinidad and Fobago Hlug!
(ominiission in Londoni" and
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Amt. t (h BurIton Ilinds
barhados MNIP is attending wali'ich
with the ion. lugo anyr.
MPI. IDeputy Speaker ot the
House ofi RCepr-teitatives
Trinidad and Tot'ago and Mr
L P tuitteridge, MP, Deptity
Speaker of the Ilouse of
Assenibly, Bermuda.
The lirst two and a half
weeks are devoted to ( an
intensive programme of
discussions while opportunities
are provided to me et British
Members ouf Parliament. Visits
are scheduled to the Common-
wealth Insitute and the
Corm monwealIth Secret-
triat.
Amongst the subjects being
discussed are 'The speaker and
his role in parliament" which
will be introduced by Mr.
Selwyn Lloyd (Speaker of the
House of Commons).


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Another important thing is
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NOTICE
ESTATE OF THE LATE
SYBIL IVY GWENDOLYN STUART

Notice is hereby given that all persons having
any claims or demands against the above-named
Estate are requested to send the same duly
certified to the undersigned on or before the
Third day of May next.

And Notice is hereby also given that at the
expiration of the time above mentioned the
assets of the deceased will be distributed among
the persons entitled thereto having regard only
to the claims of which the Executors shall then
have had notice.

HIGGS & JOHNSON
Attorneys for the Executors


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The Tribune -- Thursday, April 4, 1974


Assistance

for US

taxpayers

AS A special service to -[ S
Taxpayers, the U.S. Internal
Revenue Service and the
American Embassy will provide
the following assistance in the
Bahamas this month.
NASSAU: On Tuecda,
April 9 and Wednesday. April
10, a representative of the U.S.
Internal Revenue Service will
be available at the Consular
Section of the Ai\metian
Embassy (Queen Street) to'
answer taxpayers' inquiries on
a walk-in basis. The hours tor
tax assistance will be 9:00 a m
to 12:00 noon and 2 to 4 30
p.m. during which t S
taxpayers will be welcome to
discuss problems involved in
completing their tax returns
FREEPORT On Thursday .
April 11 and Fridas April 12, a
representative of the I' S
Internal Revenue Serrvice will
he available at the King's Inn
and Golf Club to answer
taxpayer's inquiries on a
walk-in basis. The hours for tax
assistance will be i:00 atn. to
12 noon and 2 to 4.30 p in. on
April 11 and from 9 00 am i. to
1 00 p.m on April 12 during
which U.S. taxpa ers '., i!
be welcome to dis uss
problemss involved in
completing their tax retirrn,
EASTER CHORALE
[THE choir, along with the
Youth Club of St Francis
Xavier's Cathedral,. will present
a sacred concert "No greater
love", which depicts the
Passion, death and resurrection
of Christ, on master Sunday
April 14 at 8:30 p m at St
Francis Xavier', Cathidral,
%k si Street


Mr. Fred Nunes, a consultant from the management division of the University of the West Indies lectures students at
the Public Service Training Centre during a month-long course in public administration being carried out at the centre.
Miss Albertha Ferguson, chief training officer is seated far right.


Learning about administration


I OR [Ill- third year the Public Service
-olninussion is sponsoring a month-long
course in public administration at the
Public Service Training Centre. The
course was officially opened by Mr. A. D.
Hianna. Deputy Prime Minister and
Minister oft Finance on March 25.
The purpose of the course is to select
otticers to enter the administrative grade
ot the Public Service. and was
..o ordinated by Miss Albertha Ferguson.
Chiet Trainmg (ll .'i She is also
conducting some of the sessions.
candidatess are either young university
graduates or experienced officers who
have come up through the ranks and have
a good deal of practical experience in
( .overninent Departments
I he best candidates are chosen to
attend the course after a competitive
screening examination.
At the end ot the month there is a
lurthcr competitive examination, which


covers the main areas studied during the
course.
The examination papers are graded by
the Public Service Commission examiners
as well as by an external examiner.
The best candidates are chosen to fill
available posts in the administrative grade.
This year, 12 candidates have been
selected for the course.
The course includes a study of the
Administrator at work, the principles of
leadership, the functions of management,
communications, the financial
organization of the country. the history
and constitution of the Bahamas and the
international setting.
Visiting lecturers are Mr. Fred Nunes, a
Consultant from the Management
Division of the University of the West
Indies. and Mr. J. Price.
Local lecturers and speakers include
Mr. Rodney Bain, Secretary to the
Cabinet; The Hon. A. Butler. Speaker of


the House of Assembly, Mr. K. G. L.
Isaacs, leader of the Opposition; Mr. H.
Darville, director of the Department of
Public Personnel: Mr. R. Wood Financial
Secretary; Mr. B. Donaldson chairman of
the Monetary Authority: Mr. H.
Bamforth, Chairman of the Public Service
Commission and Mrs. Gail Saunders,
Government archivist.
This week the Public Service Training
Centre is holding a senior management
course, designed and conducted by Mr.
Nunes. Over 40 senior officers in
managerial positions from different
Government and Quasi Government
departments will be attending.

The programme planned to give
comprehensive view of the principles and
problems of management. will deal with
the concept of leadership at an
international, regional and national level.







7


MARCONI CENTENARY


I'THE CN('FNINARY o! the
birth of Ciuglielino Marconi,
the man whose work led ti
British leadership in the tieid
of electronics and made world
wide radio and television
possible, takes playe on )April
25. His name is preserved in
(; C-Marconi Electronics td.
In Italy, Marconi experinment-
ed with electromagnetic waves
and by 1805 he had
transmitted signals over a few
yards and set about making
practical use of his discoveries.
In the following year he went
to Britain.
lHe started with demonstra-
tion transmission across the
Bristol Channel on the west


coast of Britain and in 1847
the world's first radio company
was set utip at ('helmsford in
south-east England to develop
Marconi's apparatus commerce -
ally.
Iransatlantic signals soon
followed and the First World
War brought further
developments of radio for ships
and aircraft

Broadcasting began with a
song recital in 1920 from
London by Dame Nellie Melba
and the Marconi organisation's
activities in this direction were
eventuallyy merged in the
British Broadcasting Corpora-
tion and its International radio
links in Cable and Wireless Ltd.


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NOTICE


The two films "He Lives" and
"Dawn Of Victory" will be
presented free to the public
at 8:p.m. on Saturday April
6th., at Government High
School Auditorium under the
auspices of Bahamas Youth
Evangelism Fellowship. Come
and bring your friends to see
these dramatic films.


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NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that EUSTACE STEPHENSON of
Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama, P. 0. Box F.2407 is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 28th day of March, 1974 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, Ministry of
Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau, Bahamas.


any business operation.
'Operation Outlook', a staff
training programme, recently
introduced by FINCO
management, is designed to
promote the communications
aspect of customer service at
FINCO.
Directed by Richard
Crawford, principal of the
Bahamas Adult Study Centre,
'Operation Outlook' is a two
month training course divided
into one and a half hour
weekly sessions.
Instead of straight lectures,
tutorial methods are used to
stimulate group participation.
"The philosophy of this
programme is based on the
premise that increased
sensitivity to the needs of the
customer must spring from a
deeper awareness of others,"
asserts Mr. Crawford, "This in
turn depends on greater
self-knowledge."
Above: 'Operation Outlook' in
session at the Bahamas Adult
Study Centre. Left to right:
Brenda Pickstock. secretary to
manager, FINCO's Trinity Place
branch; Raymond Culmer,
accounts clerk: Betty Butler,
addressograph/deeds clerk;
Richard Crawford, principal.
Bahamas Adult Study Centre;
Delores Styles, secretary; William
Malone, investment manager;
Elizabeth Knowles, senior
accounts clerk; Ermin Silvera,
head cashier.


Come and bring a friend!

YOUR TICKET TO PARADISE!


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ESCAPE
from the hum drum

to the TROPICAL SETTING of the


PARADISE BEACH PAVILION
overlooking beautiful Paradise Beach

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

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


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Seminars

for

airline

staff
NEW YORK The New
York Bahamas Tourist Office is
conducting a special pro-
gramme of seminars on the
Bahamas to reach airline sales
representatives and reservation
personnel.
Conducted by the BTO's
regional manager, Stu Hall, and
sales representative Bob Brady,
the seminars keep the airlines
employees current on what's
going on in the Bahamas.
Additional information on
economics, history and tourism
is also discussed as it pertains
to each group. Personnel
receive new sales aids and
brochures, and view current
Bahama Tourist Office films.
The seminars are conducted
informally for small groups of
sales representatives. For
reservations personnel, they are
conducted in several sessions
during coffee and lunch breaks.
According to Mr. Hall, the
seminars have already reached
nearly 500 reservation
personnel and 40 sales
representatives of Delta
Airlines, Eastern Airlines and
Pan American Airways and
more will be conducted in the
future.

BREA


forms

Chapter

GEOFFREY BROWN,
president of the Bahamas Real
Estate Association (BREA)
announced yesterday that the
formation of a Grand Bahama
Chapter was approved this
week by BREA's executive
committee.
Membership in the newly
formed Chapter is open to all
licensed members of the
Freeport-Lucaya Real Estate
Board.
Membership committee for
the Grand Bahama Chapter will
consist of Clinton Moultrie,
Intercontinental Realty Ltd.
(President of the Real Estate
Board); Barry Backosti, Grand
Bahama Development Co. Ltd;
Roger Butts, Princess
Properties Ltd.; David Hunter,
McPherson & Brown Real
Estate Ltd.; Lionel LeDuc,
Sunshine Realty Ltd. ;
David Ross, Universal
Properties & Investments Ltd.;
Preston Stuart, Jr., First
Atlantic Realty and Benjamin
Platt, Freeport Realty Ltd.
Executive committee of
BREA consists of Geoffrey
Brown, President; LeviGibson,
Vice President; John Morley,
Secretary; Graham Cooper,
Treasurer; and the following
Directors: William (Bill) Sands,
Dorothy Atwood, Verneitta
Mott Clarke, Larry Roberts,
Freeman Smith and Joe (D.V.)
Thompson. Mr. Moultrie will
be an ex-officio member of the
Executive Committee.

Ship pirated


SAN JUAN The U.S.
coast guard in San Juan has
received a message from a
Haitian ship owner claiming
that his vessel has been pirated
and its captain slain.
A telegram, signed by
Philogene Duclos, asked the
coast guard's help in locating
the missing 35-foot wooden
schooner "Le Due".
The ship reportedly left the
Haitian capital of Port au
Prince on March 23.
A coast guard spokesman
said no details were available as
to the ship's destination, or
present whereabouts. (AP)


'WE'RE THE SWr Wo, JY.'


"Maybe next year. For THIS year's Easter Parade,
we think you should wear..."


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE


ACROSS
1. Highways
6. Japanese fans
10. Mice
11. Police
informer
12. Exist
13. Antimacassar
14, Insect
15. Eel-shaped
amphibian
17. Travel
18. Lace
19. Island greeting
21. Pouch
22. Ballet skirt


Par time 29 min.


N K AN


23. Small stalk TI T DEN
27. Purifying N LLA Y
29. Constellation
30. Hawaiian tree D
31, Deluge
32. Humdrum A
35. Greek letter
36. Peruke
37. Lummox s e
38. Lion'sshare SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
40. Compass point
41. Different DOWN 4.Queen of
42. Persevere 1. About Carthage
44. Lager 2. Morsel 5. Bend in timber
45. Synthetic 3. Spanish 6. Authorized
fabric girl friend 7. Liquid measure
15 8 1 "'[ A.Tow poison
S- Card game
10. Parchment
,. -paper
12. Watercraft
--- --- 16. Speck
iB 18, Hobby
7 20. Drummer
S ^ 21. Brut
S i 23. Arrowroot
S- 24. Boast
29r -25. Self-centtred
S- - one
t 26. Henry Cabot
- 28. Knickknack
31. Meticulous
8 - 32. Annapolis man
33. Part
S 35.34. English river
-35.-Lisa
38. Russian visage
39. Spanish uncle
AP Newseotures 4-6 43. Tin symbol


Rupert and the Ice

Crackers--20


Mrs. Bear allows Rupert ta go with Jack, and
the two friends set out for high ground. Half-
way up a steep slope they pause for breath.
" Whew, it's hard going in this deep snow,"
pants Rupert. "Why don't you turn back?"
suggests Jack. I can find my own way to
the top." But Rupert wants to see Jack's
take-off, and they press on until they reach












the highest peak. Suddenly, from behind to
distant hills, some rockets soar into the sky
and burst with a bright blue glow. "Those
are distress signals from our castle I" exclaims
Jack. They're used only when there's great
danger. The ice walls must be closing In "
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


-- --















The Tribune - Thursday, April 4, 1974


CLASSIFIED


SECTION


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


REAL ESTATE


", c.'". Com rmertiia adloining
S arrmicchael Road 2 2'
S $15.000 if sold
s 3tV, $8,000. Phone



r FJL h hilltop
dence Sk, l ie Heights
I J : designed, excellent
-; :1i > our bedrooms,
S batris living, dining
patic, etc Ceiling fans
Landscaped lot 110
S r, 210 $110,000


S three bed. two-bath
S Village Road hilltoo,
!iro-7g room. study,
'ch. eoti plus garage
.- $65.000 furnished.

S four bedroom
". h ,iTuckaway.
dt- (,n. room, patio.
S e'c $55,000
S '.te Ltd. Pnione



FOR RENT

B .LU ROO V dupleI
'.' Sans SouLi



S- S i apartment
S'. II'. n -o ditioned.
ihed. 'aid service
ovel- uiardenr and
I r'( po Telephoi e



r ^ < O water
i' .ih-d 2 double
S ', j; t t consisting
. '.' orn, kitchen,
S' .. nd patio



'. ^*," *- rlir rinq,
.i ; i .i 1 iruon n g.
,, 5i !' ions
\[',r .r i<,1 C a !
P!.L; ^.Iu ke



T :,ENTS niceo
SThompson
-.id Call Norman at
S (d 36717 (nights)



J a activee three
S.. ow bathroomn-
i i ,P available for
1' '' e Situate on
S (! ,,cjped lots in The
West Bay Street,
'*, !*,' swimming pool.
5 , 9403.


.': ". FT TOWN
:' th house, fully
S. ll to w a l
S ' t e rco, T. V
i, natic washer
r' ris Estates,
Ph-ne 5-3364.


: uifurnished
:. riAnsel Building,
et, Oakes Field.
:.. ..i. i 4 I099 evenings.


S"' ihlv completely
If .!. t i is hilltop
a n<, grounds
i r, suburbs,
. ... b t'ch. golf,
il ;i r*. t shopping.
".,',tirtelv Two
", .. i ,;, toliphonie.
p a tio ,
1.-): d 1 (ia
I'' *' .- .tid mr
{ r'ind. noon
''it (3 9


Sth.tii, house
r'.'i it li hen
So r riv,




e. ; t d oor
'.' ,, Te1 T i: rat e(e
SI E ,. S ? '![


i r!'r r > nfur rnishled
S ' )rv. Street, Oakes
o' : use o0 right
i' tre Phorne



Ii ROOPOM lfor

I ) ri l ini ration call



urrnished and
- r.irdtiorled, I-bedroom
i t. ts, Centreville Ring
S /I ask for Mr Pritchard


L PUBLIC AUCTION
II CIrb


S '
'" q )') ; 1 ,'


,RI-3Y [i MALONF will sell
0 i premrises ron Albuty Lane
d' l rs from Shirley Street
',,, th' qght hand side in the
S' str t of the Island
S' r'rv e on f riday
I' 12th, day of April A.D.,
19/4 at 12.00 o'clock noon
the following property: -
A'l L that Condominium
Uint namely Unit Number


PUBLIC AUCTION


Twenty (20) in Buildinq
"''D" being a part of
Waterfront Townhouses 1
Condominium situate at
Great Harbour Cay in the
Berry Islands which said
Condominium Unit is that
described in an Indenture of
Conveyance dated the 7th
day of July, A.D., 1971 and
made between Residential
Resort Developments
Limited of the one part and
Moore Securities Limited of
the other part and now of
record in the Registry of
Records in the City of
Nassau in Volume 1801 at
pages 1 to 16 and entitles
the Borrowers to anr
undivided share in the
Common property
a p p u r t e n a n t t o
Condominium Unit Number
Twenty (20) subject to
certain terms conditions
restrictions covenants and
stipulations mentioned and
,eferred to in the said
In denture of Conveyance
dated the 7th day of July
A D 1 971 anrid the
D e c a r a t o n o f
CondonmniniLnm dated the
16th day of February A.D.,
1971 and recorded
in the said Registry of
Records in Volume 1714 at
pages 1 to 30 inclusive.
The property is being sold
j. der the power of sale
contained in an Indenture of
Mortgage dated 7th day of
July A.D.. 1971 between
Moore Securities Limited and
Residential Resort
Developments Limited and
recorded in the Registry of
Records in Volume 1949 at
pages 485 to 502 which said
Mortgage was assigned to
Marc-Jay Investments Inc.
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price
Terms 10% of the pu'chaise
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion
DATFD this 20th da. of
March A D., 1974 ,
HARRY D. MALONF
Public Auctioneer
C14050
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
ALL that Condominiumr
Unit namely Unit Number
Twenty-two (22) of Building
''E'' being a part of
Waterfront Townhouses I
Condominium situate at
Great Harbour Cay in the
Berry Islands which said
Condormnium Unit is that
described in an Indenture of
Conveyance dated 9th day
of August. A.D.. 1971 and
made between Residential
Resort Devel1opments
Limited of the one part and
Sturdy Corporation
Limited of the other part
and no'. of record in the
Registry of Records in the
City of Nassau in Volume
1835 at pages 54 to 69 arid
enitiles the Borrowers to an
undivided share in the
Commo n property
appu rtenan t t o
Conrdornintum Unit Number
Twenty two (22) subject to
certain terms conditions
restrictions covenants and
stipulations mentioned and
referred to in the said
Indenture of Conveyance
dated the 9th day of August,
A D 1 1 7 1 and the
D ec a r a t i o n o f
C rnmdo mcrintum dated the
1 th day of February, A.D..
71 ,rand recorded in the
said Registry of Records in
Volrurnr 1i 714 at pages 1 to
30


The property is being sold
under the power of sale
contained in an Indenture of
Mortgage dated the 9th day of
A i I, AD., 1971 between
Sturdy Coporation Limited
arid Residential Resort
Developments Limited and
recorded ir the Registry of
Records inr Vo lume 1835 at
pages 36 t.o 53' which said
mortgage was assigned to
Marc Jay Investments Inc.
Thei sale is subject to a reserve
pire Jand the right for the
Atic pioneer or anv person onr
his behalf to bid up to that
price
Terms 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated this 20th, day of March
A D 1974.
HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer.
C 14049
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his premises on Albury Lane
five doors from Shirley Street
on the right hand side in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence on Friday
the 12th, day of April A.D.,
1974 at 12.00 o'clock noon
the following property: -

ALL that Condominium
Unit namely Unit Number
Seven (7) of Building "B"
being a part of Waterfront
T o w n h o u s e s 1 1
Condominium situate at
Great Harbour Cay in the
Berry Islands which said
Condominium Unit is that
described in an Indenture of
Conveyance dated 15th day
of March, A.D., 1973 and
made between RRD Limited
of the first part Walter E.
Heller & Comoany,


PUBLIC AUCTION


(Bahamas) Limited of the
second part and Roberts
Realty of the Bahamas
Limited of the third part
and Terence John Harverd
of the fourth part and now
of record in the Registry of
Records in the City of
Nassau in the Island of New
Providence in Volume 2119
at pages 303 to 325 and
entitles the Borrower to an
undivided share in the
Common property
app u r t e n a n t t o
Condominium Unit Number
Seven (7) subject to certain
terms conditions restrictions
covenants and stipulations
mentioned and referred t9 ,o
the said Indenture of
Conveyance dated the 15th
day of March, A.D., 1973
and the Declaration of
Condominium dated the 5th
day of March, A.D., 1973
and recorded in the said
Registry of Records inr
Volume 2066 at pages 353.
to 385.
The property is being sold
un der the power of sal,
contained in an Indenture of
Mortgage dated thel5th day of
March, AUD., 1973 between
Terence John Haverd and RR[)
Limited and recorded in the
Registry of Records in Volume
2119 at pages 326 to 341
which said mortgage was
transferred to Walter F. Heller
& Company (Bahamas)
Limited.
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and the right for the
Auctioneer or any person orn
his behalf to bid to that price
Terms 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated this 20th day of March
A.D., 1974.
HARRY D. MALONI
Public Auctioneer


C14134
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
by auction at his premises orn
the Western side of Albui ,
Lane, five doors from Shirley
Street in the Eastern District of
the Island of New Providewif
on the 19th day of April 1974
at 12:00 o'clock noon the
following property:-
ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land situate in the
Western District of the
Island of New Providence
being a portion of Lot
Number Twelve (lot No. 12)
of Block Number Fourteren
(No. 14) in a plan of
Westward Villas Subdivision
and First and Second
Addition Westward Villas
prepared by W. E. Brown
Civil Engineer dated
February 1925 and now
filed in the Office of the
Crown Lands Officer of the
Commonwealth as Number
Twenty-one C (No. 21C)
which said piece parcel or
lot of land is bounded on
the North by Yorkshire
Street arid running thereon
Seventy (70) feet on the
East by a reservation Ten
(10) feet wide on the
Southeast by a circular
reservation Fifty (50) feet in
diameter on the South by
Lot Number Seventeen (Lot
No 17) of the said Block
Number Fourteen (No. 14)
and on the East by another
portion of Lot Number
Twelve (Lot No 12) in the
said Block Number Fourteen
(No. 14) and r inning
thereon One Hut ndred arid
1hirty (130) feet which said
piec parcel or !ot ouf land
ha' such position boundaries
shape marks and i,. :.,_,,
as are shown on the diagram
or plan attached to an;
Indenture of Conveyance
dated 13th day of October
1965 arnd made between
Abbott Limited of the one
part and Jacques Michael
Graf of the other part and
now of record in the
Registry of Records inr
Volume 922 at pages 373 to
381 and is delineated on the
Later risec tion of that part
which is coloured Pink oni
the said diagram or plan
The property is being sold
under the power of sale
contained in an Indenture of
Mortgage dated the 9th day of
August, 19/1 between Henry
W. Hadmanr and Jacques
Michael Graf arid recorded in
the Reristry of Records in
Volure 1806 at pages 123 to
135
The sale is subject to a reserve
price arid the right for the
Auctioneer or any person n
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms 10% of the puir hase
price at the tirne of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated this 3rd day of April
1974
HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer

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

C14087
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
RESTAURANT type business
for sale. Corner Shirley Street
and Kemp Road. Phone 31165.


CRAFT SUPPLIES


II I i I I HEL WA TE I I P1 B.... .I


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

CARS FOR SALE
C14021
1972 VOLKSWAGEN 1300
Sedans excellent condition,
radio, W/W tyres, low mileage.
Finance and insurance
ava:iable. Call 36611-2-3-4.

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.

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

C14086
1969 AUTOMATIC
VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE
$1,500.00 O.N.O. MUST SELL
OWNER LEAVING CALL:
SHIRLEY BABBS 56924.

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.m.
4:30 p.m. Mr. Wilson.

(14128
1969 FIAT 850, runs well,
body needs some repair.
$300.00. Call after 5 p.m.
2 8230.
r

I WANTS TO SHARE
FLAT MATE WANTED
C14124
YOUNG BI-LINGUAL SWISS
MALE 24 RECENTLY
ARRIVED FOR THREE
YEAR STAY REQUESTS
RESPONSE FROM ANY
WISHING TO SHARE FLAT.
TELEPHONE 21404 AND
ASK FOR MRS. McDONALD-

FOR SALE
C14135
APARTMENT size gas stove
like new $120 or nearest offer.
Phone 41660 after 4 p.m.
41246 Ext. 88.

C14141
Patio sale
Saturday April 6th from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m., at Skyline
Heights, 1st house south of
P.M. Household articles
including bedroom
furnishings, table, appliances
etc.


ANNOUNCEMENTS
C14063
JUST /-PRIVED
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 34580.

MARINE SUPPUES
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.

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

C14140
24' SEABIRD inboard/out-
board 165 hp Mercruiser.
80-gallon tank, ship-to-shore
radio, V-berth. Completely
rebuilt engine. Must sell.
Bought larger boat. Call 56489
between 9:00 a.m. and 9:00
p.m.

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.


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

C14136
LONG ISLAND Exuma
merchants, Orders for chicken
and egg flight on Thursday
April 11th, must be in by 5
p.n. Wednesday April 10th.
GLADSTONE FARMS LTD.
34849 or 3-4850.


FUNERAL SERVICES
C14142


1- ',f --^M TM s ? B


FUNERAL Services for Mr.
Crafton M. Forbes will be held
Sunday 7th April 3:30 p.m. at
Zior Baptist Church, Rev.
Charles Smith officiating.
Burial will be in the Old Trial
Cemetery.
The late Mr. Forbes is survived
by wife Mrs. Agnes Forbes, 4
children and other relatives and
friends

PETS FOR SALE
C14143
LAST CHANCE! One Pure
White German Shepherd Pup,
seven weeks old. Phone 52509.


LOST
C14132
PEDIGREE black Labrador, 18
months old, answers to the
name of "Jupiter", with
Humane Society numbered
identification tag. from Grove
Avenue area, West Bay Street
on April 2nd. Easily identified
by scar on nose. Reward for
information leading to his
return. Phone 2-2611 or
3-4461.


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

C 14000
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 and
8:30 a.m. or after 6 p.m. or
35084 anytime.


HELP WANTED

C13945
ASSISTANT Manageress
required for Out Island Cottage
Colony and Club Responsible
for Food and Beverage
department and Housekeeping.
Applicant must also be able to
understudy for the Manager in
his absence Must also have
minimum of 12 months
previous experience preferably
in the Out Islands and have
college standard of education.
Apply in writing to: Green
Turtle Club, Green Turtle Cay,
Abaco.
C14064
A COUNTANT 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 14045
CLEANER
For club on Delancy Street.
Experience, must live nearby.
Hours 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Tuesday off. Mr. Richard
22325.


C14122
ENGINEER required with
Bachelor of Science in
electrical or mechanical
engineering or equivalent with
at least 5 years practical
experience. Please call 3-6211.
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
dictaphone experience.
Attractive salary and fringe
benefits for successful
applicant. Phone the Office
Manager at 21161 for
Interview.


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.
C14116
THE NASSAU BEACH
HOTEL has an opening for a
Sous Chef. The successful
applicant must be between the
ages of 25 and 40 and has at
least three years experience in
a maior resort hotel.
Must be familiar with all
phases of food preparation and
presentation and have the
ability to take complete charge
of the kitchen during the
Chef's absence.
Must have a good sense of
leadership and the ability to
supervise and direct all phases
of kitchen work to the
Executive Chef's specifications
Contact: Personnel Office
Nassau Beach Hotel Tel. 77711
P. 0. Box N7756

C14107
DIVE MASTER REQUIRED:
Should have NAUI
.certification or equivalent; a
knowledge of boats, motors
their maintenance and repair; a
knowledge of regulators, tanks,
compressors, their main-
tenance and repair; must
have good ability to handle
people and willingness to
assume complete responsibility
for diving programme.
Willingness and desire to learn
the greatest assets of all Phone
77472 or write P. 0. Box
N1131, Small Hope Bay Lodge
on Andros.


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ANTENNAS MEN'S BOYS' WEAR

Island TV 2-2618 The Wardobe 5-5599

AUTOMOTIVE MEN'S WEAR

Lucas Batteries Fashionette Ltd. 2-2376/7
Bay Street Garage 2-2434

BOOKSTORE MUSIC

The Christian Book Shop Cody's Records 2-8500
5-8744
OPTICIANS
BUSINESS FORMS Optical Service Ltd.2-3910/1
Executive
Printers 2-4267/5-4011 PAPER

CABINET MAKERS Commercial Pape,
House 5-9731
Commonwealth
Furniture 31120 PRINTING
Wong's Printing b-4bUb
CAMERAS
Executive
John Bull 2-4252/3 Printers 2-4267/5-4011

ENTERTAINMENT RADIO & T.V. SALES
Movies Carter's Records 2-4711
Film & Equip. Service 2-2157 RUBBER STAMPS
-RUBBER STAMPS
GARDEN & PET Wong's Rubber Stamp
SUPPLIES Co. 5-4506
Modernistic Garden SPORTS GOODS
& Pet 2-2868
Nassau Garden & Pet Champion Sport Land 2-1862
Montrose Avenue 2-4259 TRAVEL

HARDWARE Playtours 2-2931/7
HARDWARE R.H. Curry & Co., 2-8681/7
John S. George 2-8421/6 TV REPAIRS

HOUSE PLANS Channel Electronics Ltd.
3-5478
Evangelos G. Zervos 2-2633
LAUNDRY UPHOLSTERING
DRY CLEANING
New OeLEauN- Eddie's Upholstering 5-9713
New Oriental Laundry 2-4406

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C 14044
COCKTAIL
WAITRESS-HOSTESS
For Pink Pussycat Club. Wiul
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.

C14121
WANTED: 3 experienced
Seamstresses excellent wages
and benefits. Call for interview
2-3365.
C14117
JOB VACANCY
The Nassau Beach Hotel has an.
opening for the position of
Executive Chef.
Candidates must have worked
in a similar capacity in another
major hotel or resort for at
least three years and be fully
conversant with modern
kitchen techniques.
The responsibility of the post
covers all catering units
maintaining high standards of
food preparations and
presentation.
Be in complete control of
payrolls, scheduling and menu
planning and general
cleanliness in his areas.
The ideal candidate should be
between 25 40 years old and
have a good sense of
organisation and lead-ship.
CONTACT: Personnel Office
Tel: 7-7711 P. O. Box N7756
Nassau Beach Hotel.
C14112
LYFORD CAY CLUB requires
the services of a Bahamian for
the position of assistant golf
professional. Qualifications
required include at least five
years experience: the
equivalent of A-7 Canadian
P.G.A. rotary; ability to teach
golf to members; and a pleasing
personality.
Please reply in writing to the
Managing Durector, Lyford
Cay, P. 0. Box N-7776,
Nassau.


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C HELP WANTED

C14138
DIAMOND CRYSTAL SALT
COMPANY, Clarence Town,
Long Island, Bahamas. has a
position open for a
"Mechanic" at our Solar Salt
Salina.
Applicants must be Bahanmian,
having the following
qualifications:

MUST:
1. Be capable to maintain
and repair the following:
1 1 Ware H yrdo
Trencher; Couch 24" 42"
propeller pumps. Richard
Palmer and Barber Greene
Salt Harvester; MRS.
4-wheel Diesel truck
tractor; Stephens-Adam
sons Slinger; Ingersoll-
Rand Vane Type Air
Compressor; Double Deck
Pioneer Screen and Tyler
Vibrating S c reen.
McLanahan three-roll
crusher; Gorman-Rupp
a n d R e x (. . , 1 1
pumps

1 .2. Earth Moving
Equipment: Load King,
Cook-Challenge and
Peerless Bottom Dump
trailers, with Air and
Electrically activated
dump gates; Hardee
trailers with mechanically
operated dump gates.
Caterpillar: D-8; No 12
Motor Graders; 944 Front
Loader; Gurries F field
Planner; Vibrator
Compactor and Farmail
Tractor.
2. Be qualified to maintain
and repair:
Rockwell transfer cases;
Versa Air and Electrically
operated control valves;
Diesel engine's turbo
charges; Fuel Injection
equipment; Vickers
Hydraulic controls; F alk
speed reducers; Mader
valves arid Hydraulic
pumps and jacks

3. Be qualified in Dieisel
power ergiries, its
maintenance, repairs and
installation:
3.1. Caterpillar Fngines
D-311 to D-353 G. M.
Engines, Series 53, 71 and
110. Lister, [Jeutz. Onian
and Continerntal Diesel
Engines.

4 Be qualified to naintlair,
repair arid install gasoline
engines:
4.1 Vehicles; F-ord. Series
F-100 and 350: V W :
Chevrolet
4.2. Small pumps with
Briqqs & Strattun engines

5 Be capable to maintain.
repair and install:
br. Barber Greene Belt
Conveyor: Aggregates Belt
Conveyors and Carter Belt
Conveyor, from 24" to
3-G" wide its (iivr's and


)p"ed redutiers.


6 Must h Ia ve o ^ .r
knowledge of Outboard
Motors, from 9 H.P. to 33
H.P.

1 Be able to do small
amount of welding arind
bralisiny.

8. Must have a basic set of
mechanic tools and
wrenches

9. Be willing to do shift
work.

Send applications in
writing to: Plant Manage.,
Diamond Crystal Salt Co..
Clarence Town, Long Island,
Bahamas to be on time for
interview April 19th, 1974.

TRADE SERVICES]
C 14001
T. V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for hornes
apartments and hotels
Call 5-9404
WORLD OF MUSIC
Mackey Street
Next to Frank's Place


jHELP WANTED
C 14066
THlE DELTEC BANKING
CORPORATION LIMITED
requires four Chartered
Accountants or Certified
Public Accountants. Applicants
should have approximately five
years professional experience
with a public accounting firm
or an international financial
institution. Must be willing to
travel primarily to Latin
Amrnerica and Europe. Please
reply to Personnel Department,
The Deltec Banking
C p"I ,ratj,,n Limited, P. 0.
Box N 3229, Nassau.

C14114
CHEF GARDE MANGER
The Nassau Beach Hotel has an
opening for the position of
Garde Manger.
The successful candidate
should be between the ages of
25 40 and have the necessary
experience to take charge of
production in the food
preparation areas. Must be
creative and skilful in the art of
preparing canapes, assembling
and presenting hot and cold
buffets to the highest
standards.
Interested applicants contact:
Personnel Office Tel. 77711 P.
0. Box N7756 Nassau Beach
Hotel.

TRADE SERVICES
C14125
ACT now before the burglar
comes. Call Scriven's
Maintenance Service for your
security and maintenance
requirements. Tel. 5-1748.

C 14027

Pinder's Customs

Brokerage Ltd.

Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU BAHAMAS
P. O. Box N3714
IATACARGO 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 CASt -
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796
2-3797, 2-2798
Airport 7-7434
FREE ESTIMATES


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.

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.

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

C14110
LANDSCAPING and for all
your gardening needs,
trimming, hedging, pruning,
tree felling and beach cleaning
call 57810. LAWNS AND
HEDGES. Prompt
reasonable and efficient
service.


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CLASSIFIED


II FIErEPI TEL. 352-I8


WANTED L HELP WANTED
C15044
1 TOYOTA DYNA ENGINE, C15052
MODEL 5 R, 4 CYLINDERS
FOR GASOLI NE, NIGHT FOREMAN
SECOND-HAND ENGINE
AC CE PTA B L F. Call : Works on own initiative and
373-3075/6. HERSENT/ general instructions o
BALLAST. supervisor. Gives instructions
to assigned crew, cleans toilets
HELP WANTED floors, walls, baseboards
windows and vacuums carpets
C15012 Assists machine operator i
MANAGERESS/BEAUTICIANL carpet cleaning floor war
with 5 years experience, stripping and applying wax o
Applicant apply in writing: finishes. Applicant should be in
Modern Beauty Fashions, Box good physical condition; alsi
F-620, Freeport. prepared to take on dutie
Fr ------ other than that of his regular
C14113 work day.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT Apply to: The Grand Baham
FIRM seek a Senior Chartered Development Co. Ltd
Accountant to fill stdff Personnel Department
Position in Freeport Office. Lucayan Building, P. 0. Bo
Send resume to Thorne Gunn F-2666, Freeport, Gran
& Co. P. 0. Box F-2566, Ba
Freeport. Bahama._


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HOROSCOPE
from the Carroll Righter Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day when you
could have all sorts of troubles with work you
have to do Don't grumble or be critical. Be considerate and
sid. estep a tendency to feel you are being abused. Patience
an ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr 19) Don't be rude with others
just because you are in a bad mood or you get into further
trouble Keep busy with work you have to do.
'IAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) If you become more
op timistic you will be able to handle a problematical affair
very well and wisely Show others encouragement
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Do something about a
ter-se situation at home Be tactful and you get fine results
Assume a more cheerful attitude toward others.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Exercise care in
motion and avoid possible trouble at this time Listen to
ideas of one who is interested in your welfare.
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) Don't force your way into a
sit nation that is not good for you anyway Try to be more
economical Save time for worthwhile person
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept 22) Don't act too hastily now
or you could get into a lot of trouble. A smile is your best
weapon against adversaries at this time
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct 22) Secret dealings with others
is your best mode of procedure now if you want good
results Attend some group affair this evening.
SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov 21) Use patience with good
friends who are out of sorts right now Know exactly what
your aims are and go after them intelligently.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec 21) Handling outside
affairs with much care is very important now Gain support
of a bigwig who can be helpful to your advancement.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Your ideas for growth
are fine, but they need more study before putting them in
operation Ilake that chip off your shoulder.
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb 19) You want to delve into
those duties ahead of you, which is fine, but you may find
they are more complicated than you realize.
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar 20) Some associates are
sarcastic and demanding, so keep quiet until they get rid of
their hangups and all goes smoothly again.
IF YOUR CIIILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will
want to be a troubleshooter but could be a troublemaker if
not careful Teach to study more and be prepared until there
is need for such abilities Encourage to listen to what others
have to say Direct the education along investigative and
scientific lines Sports are a natural here.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make
of your life is largely up to YOU!

S HELP WANTED HELP WANTED
CIS 046 C15041
SHORT ORDER COOK: To
work in Cafeteria and also at GARDENER: for cleaning
the Pool. Should have at least grounds trimming flowers,
twc years experience. Health groundscaping and other
cert ificate, police certificate gardening
and letters of recommendation Interested persons apply:
required. GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL,
WEST END, GRAND


BROILER COOK: Must be
able to prepare steaks to the
spec ification of the orders and
also be able to operate broiler.
Two years experience. Police
cert ificate, Health certificate
and letters of recommendation
reqc L-Jired.
BREAKFAST COOK: To work
in Staff Cafeteria preparing
break kfast for the staff
Members. Should have at least
two years experience. Police
certificate, Health certificate
and letters of recommendation
reqLa ired.

BUFFET MAN: Must be able
to set up all buffets and
prepare eggs for a breakfast
buffet. Must be willing to work
a split shift. Should have at
least two years experience.
Poli ce certificate, Health
cert ificate and letters of
recommendation required.

STOREROOM HELPER: To
unril ad trailers, check in the
deli %very and store it in the
free zers. Must be able to work
in t tie freezers. Should have at
leas 't two years experience.
Poli ce certificate, health
cert ificate and letters of
recommendation required.
HAMBURGER & COFFEE
MA IN: To work on the Pool
mal< ing hamburgers and coffee.
Sho uld have at least two years
experience. Police certificate,
Hea Ith certificate and letters of
recommendation required.
BUFFET- & NIGHT COFFEE
MA, IN: To set up the desserts
on the buffet and make coffee
for all night services. Should
have at least two years
exp erience. Police certificate.
hea Ith certificate and letters of
recommendation required.

BACKERS HELPERS(Z): Must
be able to make all types of
pastries. Should have at least
two years experience. Police
certi ficate, health certificate
and letters of recommendation
requ ired.

KITCHEN CLEANERS (3):
Must be able to keep large
kitct-en area clean. 1 year
expe rience. Police certificate,
health certificate and letters of
reco rnmendation required.

BA IKE SHOP CLEANER:
Clea in and mop bake shop,
keep all utensils and
surrounding area clean. 1 year
experience. Police certificate,
heal th certificate and letters of
reco rnmendation required.

GARAGE MAN: To keep
load ing dock clean and
corn pact Hotel garbage. 1 year
expe rience. Police certificate,
health certificate and letters of
recommendation required.

INT ERESTED PERSONS
APPLY: GRAND BAHAMA
HOTEL, WEST END, Grand
Baha rnma. 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,
Florida, 33404. Elon Martin,
Jr. Personnel Director.


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

C15050
IN TE CONTINENTAL
REALTY LTD. REQUIRES A
SUPERVISOR FOR SALES
MANAGEMENT AT LEAST
FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE
IN REAL ESTATE WITH
SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON
LAND SALES. ABILITY TO
SUPERVISE TRAINING
PROGRAMME. APPLY TO P.
0. BOX F-260, FREEPORT
TELEPHONE 373-3020.

C15051
FOUR REAL ESTATE
SALESMEN. MUST HAVE AT
LEAST THREE TO FIVE
YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
REALTY BUSINESS. MUST
BE TOP CLOSER AND
HAVE SUBSTANTIAL
KNOWLEDGE OF ALL
SALES TECHNIQUES
PARTICULARLY THE
HOSPITALITY SUITE TYPE
OF CLOSING. APPLY TO
IN TE CONTINENTAL
REALTY LIMITED, P. 0.
BOX F-260, FREEPORT
TELEPHONE: 373-3020.

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.
C15049
SPRAYMAN: Applicant must
have knowledge of and
experience with handling,
preparation, and application of
various dangerous chemicals
used on golf course grasses.
Must also have knowledge of
chemical characteristics and
compatibilities.
ASSISTANT FOREMAN:
Know and understand as well
as possible every man under his
supervision. Demand respect
from all employees; see that
each man knows his duties
each working day and make
him responsible for same. ,,eep
an accurate account of working
hours. Report to Supervisor
the capability or incapability
of each man under his
supervision, Report tc
Supervisor any friction that
may arise among workers. Be
familiar with all types of plant
material, be able to prune and
trim, know fertilizers of plant
material.
Apply to: The Grand Bahama
Development Co. Ltd.
Personnel Dept. Lucayan
Building, P. 0. Box F-2666,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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The Tribune - Thursday, April 4, 1974


Liverpool

crush

Leicester

for

Wembley

spot
BIRMINGHIAM Ingland's
soccer league champions
Liverpool battled into the final
oft the I -nglish IA Cup last
'tight with a 3-! wrin over
L.eicester Cityi
And in 1 isbon, 1tngLind and
Portugal placed a scoreless
i'. in in e hibition soccer
tiaitch 'n1 a rain- soaked turt of
the I stadio Da Lui
ihe two national teams both
took the mliatch a, a chance to
begin shaping the future of
their pla s disastrously
shaken in the past \car when
both countries tailed to quality
lor the World Cup finals int
West Germari this stummntier
But with *-, .0 i at stake.
and the weather a dampening
factor the game -as dJul! arnd
spiritless
I rgland dominated most ot
the' first halt. and ,created
several dangerous s ttii 'itoIs
I her chalked Lip se'er.al nedri
misses b'ut r'. ,tit! tunaihle to
"Core
Result-,
F ngig ish. up s i,'.ii rm 'i

t% hirthese'r nitiri it irli

i iViit i Ii i tI r-e


Pictures: RICKEY WELLS
Power hitter Lorenzo Doni Lockhart is being i, sued an intentional base on balls.


DODGERS

SLAM PROS
FIRST BASEMAN Jensen
Farquharson and catcher
Crestwell Pratt combined for
a total four hits, three runs
and two rbi's last night
backing up Brad Wood's three
hitter leading St. Michael's
Dodgers to a 9-1 victory over
Killarney Pros and their
fourth win in as many played.
Sending 16 batters to the
plate in the first two innings,
St. Michael's utilized four hits
and four Pros error to take a
7-0 lead. Losing pitcher
Wellington Mullings was
forced to retire after 1 1/3
innings.
Relief pitcher Johnny
Armbrister break the shut out
in the bottom of the second
on an rbi single that drove in
first baseman Alvin Newbold.
A throwing error on
second baseman. Charles
Hanna in the third inning,
scoring Ken Wood and a two
base wild pitch in the seventh
that scored Charles Albury
gave the Dodgers their
remaining two runs.
From the third through
seventh inning, the Pros were
defenced to a no hit shut out.
Only two of their 17 at bats
saw it safely at first.


Schlitz keep turning



on the pressure


The relay to third baseman Fred Taylor is too late. Lorenzo
Lockhart steals third in time.


(;oillreI 1 nease scored on that

In the I ol lowing inning.
lhk ks ..t n .ril. came to
ite aind sparked by Sawyer's
two run single notched the

I ,i lor, the second bailer of
t h,i t iitn scored t c:cks'
se, ond run on Mlurray's sole
iltd pitch ol tihe gaimei
It ,is ,a flhree bisr fielding
Liiii i atrlibtllted to centre
i 'cj ,-.'r Si i l I hlum es in the
hoil tni ot the si\tlh that scored
\la, kc th in troni third for
S htlit/ lead oft run. Bain who
vas dissucd a walk moved to
second bas on a saerilile hit.


Murrat who did not need a
designated hitter connected
relief pitcher Greg Austin tor a
fly ball into shallow centre.
Ilumes moving in tor the play
mis-gloved the hall and Baitn
scored. Murray went home on
a wild pitch
Thompson capped Schlit/'
victory with his third rhi which


came when Austin
bases loaded walk


issued a


StHtL.II 1 /
ab r i
I Roberts 3 i 0 0
. I neas I I ( o0
L. Lockhart 3 2 2 2
C I hompson 2 3
V. Alb ,r 4 o 0
M. Hain 2 t 0 0


Killing the spirit


EDITOR, The Tribune,
I am not an expert on the
rules and regulations governing
sports in the Bahamas, but it
would appear that the way the
rules are being interpreted in
some quarters pretty soon the
spirit of sports will be
murdered by the very people
who are supposed to be its
guiding light.
Like many other basketball
enthusiasts it came like a bolt
out of the blue to hear that the
Kentucky Colonels local
basketball champs were
stripped of their championship
because some of their players
are participants in the local
baseball league and are
considered professionals
although they have never
received money for playing
baseball.
It is quite true that there
were write ups in our local
papers pertaining to the status
of our athletes, but I doubt
seriously that any one save
managers, coaches, or players
were really informed as to
what was against the rule
governing amateur sports. (
And if these rules are really
applied do we really have any
amateur athletes here anyV





AARON DOES IT

C('INCINNATI Hank
Aaron, Atlanta's icy-nerved
40-year-old slugger, earned his
niche alinmong baseball's
immortals today when he
smashed the 714th home run
of his illustrious career, tying
the all-time record held by the
legendary Babe Ruth,


TIME TRIALS

THE OFFICIAL time trials
for the Carita Games will be
held Saturday (10 a.m.) at the
Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre.
Athletes in the Family
Islands are especially invited to
participate in these trials. All
head masters, commissioners,
and interested persons are
asked to give as much help as
possible to aid promiising
athletes in their various
settlements whom they think
are capable of keen
competition.

FOOTBALL FILMS

SIX FILMS on football will
be shown tonight during the
Jets Football Club's meeting at
the Jets Gym.

The following are the
winners of the Jets Football
raffle 1 st C(andyce
Mackey-370. 2nd MN B Rolle
1551, 3rd Gaylene liall
1407, 4th Blake Ash 1771),
5th Harry Albury 8014. (th
Andrew Stirling 9914, 7th
Oria Rolle 9959, 8th D). D.
977, 9th Joy Isaacs 1274,
10th John (ooper 190,
llth, B. C. McClennan 174,
12th L.Coaklev 171

All winners should contact
Godwin Blyden or Maxwell
Jenoure at telephone 2-3344
ext. 49


more? We have ex-professional
baseballers who have played
basketball and many of the so
called amateurs have one time
or another played against these
men but it took a whole series,
plus a play off, before
professionals and amateurs
could be placed in their
respective categories,
Of course the officials will
now say that every one was
told; but was there really a
meeting between officials and
the rest where all the points in
question were brought out?
And certainly if this was done,
the players involved should not
have been allowed to take part
in the series much less the
play-off.
This poses a question as to
whether the reason behind the
action of the officials were
purely mercenary or in the best
interest of our athletes. There
is no question in my mind that
the interest showed by fans,
and the numbers that turned
out for the games was due
mainly because of the two
teams that were finalists, and if
the players who are now
considered ineligible after the
series were told this before the
series began in all probability


there wouldn't have been a
series play-off.
One thing is certain the
financial return would not have
been what it was without hte
participation of the two teams
involved, and I'm making this
statement because of the
number of fans who showed up
for the three games.
As I said before I don't
know the rules and regulations
governing sports, but I'm more
concerned here with the
principle involved, and it seems
odd to me to classify an athlete
as a professional simply
because he played in a game
against some ex-professionals.
I think the officials should
get their priorities in order and
let's have first things first. I am
not condoning the abuse of
any rules and regulations
because without law and order
our society as we know it
today will cease to exist, but
neither am I condoning this
last episode of our basketball
officials their actions were in
bad taste.

AUDLEY HUMES
Chippingham,
Nassau.


THE NI'WLY-CREATED)
Bahamas Fishing Champ-
ionship gets underway April
14, with the start of the
week-long Bimini White Marlin
Tournament at the popular
Bahamian fishing resort.
The championship is a four
tournament event to be staged
in the four main Bahamian
fishing areas.
The other tournaments for
which championship points
will be awarded are the
Walker's ('ay Billfish
fournamn'it. April 21-26: the
C('at Cay Blue Marlin
Iournanient, June 30 to July
5; and the Chub Cay Blue
Marlin Tournament, July 8-12.
Points will be awarded for
each tournament on the basis
ot 100 points for first place. 60
foi second. 40 for third and 25


for fourth.
Five additional points are
awarded a fisherman for each
tournament he enters.
There will be no entry fee
for the Bahamas Fishing
Championship
Anglers will pay only the
entry fee charged by each club
to fish in the various
tournaments.
Each angler who fishes the
listed tournaments will
automatically qualify for
championship points.
Anglers must enter one
tournament to quality, and
may fish two, three, or all
tournaments.
The Ministry of Tourism will
present a permanent trophy
and a replica to be awarded to
the champion.


Winning Bridge


By VICTOR MOLLO
Honesty i- often ote best
policy, it only because dishonesty
isn't easy to praetase effectively.
The player wno false-cards auto-
mintically. without thinking, is
apt to be the first victim o0 his
guile, and instead of misleading
opponents, disclcses to them hia
most cherished secrets as on
tons hand:
Dealer FLast: N/'S VuL
North
A 10 5 2
g J6
SK J 7 5
4 10 9 2
West East
*3 6
A 7 3 KQ 1098542
- A 10 9 6 4 2C 3
4876 J 5 4
South
K KQJ 9874
S-Q8
0 Q 8


4 AK Q 3
West North East South
-- 4: 4
5 54 6f 6 *
Though, at the vulnernbility.
7', would be a cleap sacrifice.
East rightly lelt the decision to
his partner. West with two aces
fancied I chances and passed
hopefully. He opened the C'A.
To discourage a continuation,
South dropped his OQ. Should
West try to cash the AA ? The
next card would cause a swing
of 2510.
West reasoned that if South's
,Q were bare, East would have
-had 8 h 3. and if so, he would
have played the o 8. startIng a
signal. So he gave him a ruff.
Had South followed honestly
wiUi the 8, West might still
have guessed, but at least lie
would have had a problem, for
with oC Q 3 East would have
had to .play low.


Chess


By LEONARD BARDEN


Brighton 4 < anbriJe : Bv GLAD)STONF I HL RSTON up three earned runs
Shetert dv 2 Rl hd R\ ( one sct lr l)esignated hitter Robert
'trk I PN muth h Saw vyer topped the oltence for
D1%isIn ILour Shi/ es ofe Becks going one tor two from
Bradiord 3 N-e.port a1 id L oi tiur1 on ano1, their the plate including two rbi's.
h'liter 3 IBarisie I TFhe hats of second baseman ti e scored one. His two rbi's in
jillingharn I i'erhiir iugh 0
Reading i N rthiiamptr n 2 Loreno "Doni" I ockhart and the fourth inning clinched a
lrquia o0 lartlepn. i 2 rist basellan ('Cohln I'Iipsorn tour all tie that was broken in
St rk igti,,h ip se tital t pr ed it la it night wlten thes the 0 bottom of the sixth on a
eirlt I Ounder both unitL outti to i s' run three base error.
...,ttsh ire uc 1).u,onc ihomer.cs eadilte tihi c ew ,s to eft fielder Willie Knowles
\r I tPartnk 0 and third baseman Fred
itficrn Mi, herI,. o viclorn oscr defending c'(hiken" TFaslor each scored
-t h tn M,,r.,i ha ps Becp sn Bees i tlie e run from their one for
second ,of last iin '" double three at bat. Centre fielder Sim
DOycOtt fIade tt!miics scored the final tally
"Sch /. ho ner. suifred or Becks
batt e son tlle ..i eard ier lone StIlt/k onslaught .started
lwhten Becks,. hav.!nLg on a tron the bottom ofl the first
PORT 01 SPIlN I ngland protest over their' lirst game of when Thompson, having
were 213 for i, at lunch toda' tile season scored I ,oir runs in collected a three balls two
,)n the uilth da. of the nmai l the bo otImi ,li the eighth strikes iunt clipped Do) n
si\-da cricket tes: ma ich mnn'ig .i1 the rfl c-iu ed Maatch Tallor's following pitch over
.lgant' the WO est Indies at dor a l-l0 edge right field fence driving in
QOre'n-, Park Odl! here '"All Ianted t I do was LLockhart
an.Opener aB L-ockhart. ilbilant Lockhart wiho was sale on a
Ope er (,eroi Bou colt e *,i ,, ,',Il f t' Lr fhreet t s rbIi elder's choice moved to
w a (I h t ou t oU Iern ,[ h 1ga. s,-trd twi% e "'i secondd on a wild pitch before
tea f.h d his centre ater ~i ,,t, ,i a ttl ate. tealmtig third on a close plat.
hiti.ng 10 tours. and iwsas 11'hu til e Im rightit :' fi' Roovse elt Turner's sacrifice
uo t at inch lie I a, k h thn.s fl in the top of the third
nartnered at tie break hI \,a e t hllt/ ,n gLo inning gaie Becks their first
K'n, l tuot o11 tjl i wthL \ l sc, son ll \ we ruln is Sawyer scored front
1 three aikc,' iii c .,s p together We third Hlaving been issued a
tod Ai wer those ,".' 0 .k. h ,od .' n! e inRt' ii RandI:I bas on halls. he advanced onl
rl ,r'i It. wht i ,.rc .dg '' .i'd that's all we hits hb\ John Williams and
h(. bei cn t'lt en needed L ine' nei to close utp catcher \Vianno Jacques.
thie gat i sfihorrt stop li hiL er., Lockhart in the
,' r. es t '; I Ri ghit h.t ndeiir eitle \Murra biotom frame pulled Becks
'ft'r- j n, s.e t le kig itp the l i,111 pitched ahead bhi three on the second
d t r s ; rgLc inning glislng up homer of the game ripping
ll t'1 'L i'- i !' htls i hlilc striking oit laslor s first pitch again over
k,- e .o-,.r and i,.1lking two He gave let tl c ltence. Third baseman










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Par tunes: 10 seconds, grand-
master; 30 seconds, chess master;
2 minutes, expert; 4 minutes,
county player; 8 minutes, club
standard; 12 minutes, average;
20 minutes, novice.

Chess Solution
1 R.>KP Ithreat 2 R-R4
mate), Q R; 2 Q x BP ch,
Q-Kt3: 3 BxP ch, K-R4. 4
P-Kt4 ch, KxP; 5 Q-B4 ch
i5 R-Q4 ch also mates), K-R4
or K-R6: 6 Q-R4 mate.




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2-1986


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White ito move) has the black
king on the ropes in this position
from a postal game, but quiet
moves like 1 P-KR3 would
enable Black to resist by 1 ..
Q-Kt3. How did White force
home his advantage ?


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