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Publication Date: April 5, 1974
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E1 DUDLEY'S
COR. ROSETTA ST. & MT. ROYAL AVE.


PIONEER IS HERE!


iReistrerod with Postmaster of Bahamas for Dostage concessions within the Bahamas-) Nassau


Sritbunt


and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


VOL. LXXI, No. 113


Friday, April 5, 1974.


Price; 20 Cents


New


schools


'to


September'


By MIKE LOTHIAN


OLD AND NEW: Philip Symonette's pictures dramatically illustrate the difference in facilities offered at the former
Thatchberry Primary School on Mackey Street, where students of the L. W. Young Junior High School have been working
under cramped conditions for about a year, and the new L. W. Young Junior High School buildings on Bernard Road,
scheduled for occupation in September.


Iola -----


I've worked 7


days a week,


says dietician


li()SPI 1 A I- diet t.an
Pandora McKinne said todda.
thit although she has no
obligation to bt- on duty over
weekends she has been working
A'evc'I day', ,a v cek since the
Kcgliniing o, March, with the
exception of one weekend
when she had to visit a sick
relative in Miami.
Miss McKinney, dietician in
charge of special diets at the
Princess Margaret Hospital, was
responding in a letter to the
Editor to statements in the
House Wednesday by Norman
Solomon (FNM-St. George and
Dunmore) and lHealth
Minister A 1 oftus Roker (iHer
letter is published today on
page 3 )
Mr. Solomon, dealing with a
case in which a 93-year-old
man waited three andi a half
hours at the Out Patients
Department on Saturday,
March 23 t'for an X-ray
technician to arrive, added that
on the same day a woman
being discharged trom the
hospital was told by her dl)ctor
that she must follow a very
strict diet.
Mr Solomon said the
patient was told to go to the
hospital dietician. However,
the lietlician was in Miami, Mr.
Solonmon said, and as the
woman had to leave for homein
the next day she did not
receive diet instructions until
tour or five diys later.
In his reply the Min.ster
declared that "it is not feasible
tor the Government to provide
dietician at the hospital on


weekends because the cost is
not justified."
In her letter, Miss McKinney
agreed that her duties are not
supposed to include weekend
vork but "I do this on a
frequent basis, without any
remuneration."
She added that since the
beginning of March she has
been acting head of the
hospital's Food Service
Department in the absence of
the Chief Dietician, and as a
result of the extra duties "1I
have been working every day,
without a lunch break from 9
a.m. to 5:30 p.m."
The only exception, she
said, was the period from 6:45
p.m. March 22 to 1 p.m. March
24 when she went on "ani
emergency trip to Miami to see
my sister."
Responding to Mr. Roker's
comment that the cost of
having a hospital dietician on
weekends is not justified, Miss
McKinney, who said she was
"the only qualified dietician
there concerned with special
diets." added that it the
Minister investigated he would
find that "a hospital the size of
the Princess Margaret Hospital
needs at least four qualified
dicticians."
CRUISER MISSING
A cabin cruiser, the
"Rerun", is reported missing
oil a trip from (hub Cay to
Miami yesterday
Mr. Robert Lewis, Jr. and
his wife and daughter are ont
board One other person is
with them.


Director of Legal Affairs


MR.
Counsel
Kenyan


KENNEIIT David Potter, (pictured) Welsh Queen's
and former special legal and constitutional adviser to the
Government, has been appointed Director of Legal


(Nassau Store Onl
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Affairs.
Mr. Potter, present in court
during Wednesday's opening of
the April Criminal Sessions,
arrived in Nassau on Monday,
April 1, and assumed his
position in the Attorney
General's office on Tuesday.
The 55-year-old attorney
served with the Royal Air
Force during the Second World
War from 1939 to 1945 before
he was called to the bar at
Middle Temple upon his return
to the U.K. two years later.
He practised law until 1963
in England before assuming the
position as special legal adviser
to the Government of Kenya.
It was also in 1963 that Kenya
gained its independence.
Mr. Potter served in Kenya
lM) for nine years before accepting
y) the appointment as special
legal adviser to the
[ Government of Mauritius, a
ING position he held up until his
recent appointment here.
It was during his service in
Kenya that he was made a
Queen's Counsel.


LIGHTBOURN

QUIZZES

ROKER ON

HEALTH

SPA
CLARENCE TOWN M. P.
Michael Lightbourn has
questioned Health Minister A.
Loftus Roker on the
qualifications of the doctors
and the quality of the
treatment at the Renaissance
Revitalization Spa on Cable
Beach.
The Minister has also been
asked to report on the results
of experimental work
reportedly done at the Spa.
"Is the Minister aware,"
Mr. Lightbourn wanted to
know in questions tabled
Wednesday, "that the Medical
Associations of the United
States, Canada, the United
Kingdom and West Germany
do not recognize or accept
the 'cellular therapy'
treatment practised at the
Renaissance Revitalization
Spa?
"Has the Minister or the
Medical Association of the
Bahamas been made aware of
the results of the
experimental work reportedly
done at the Spa in connection
with injectable cellular
preparations?
"If so, will the Minister
give a report to this House? If
not, will the Minister attempt
to find out the results of such
experimental work and bring
a report back to this House?"
Mr. Lightbourn has asked
also whether the Spa's
Doctors Ivan Popov and
Elliott Goldwag are licensed
to practise medicine in the
Bahamas.
"If so, on what date were
they given such permission?
Was the advice of the Medical
Qualifications Advisory
Board sought in this matter?
If not why not and if so, did
the Board approve the
qualifications of these two
gentlemen?"
He also asked Home
Affairs Minister Darrel E.
Rolle to advise the House of
the date on which the two
doctors were given work
permits and for what lengths
of time.
"Will he also advise the
House of the nature of such
work permits and the full
qualifications of each of the
gentlemen referred to?"

Blaze guts

building
FIRE destroyed a $70,000
home on Winton Heights
about 1:30 a.m. today.
The nine room, two-
storey building was owned
and occupied by Mrs. Patricia
Ferguson. Living with her at
the time was her grandson,
Elwood Donaldson. 5.
An eyewitness said today
that Mrs. Ferguson had just
,managed to ger her car out of
the garage when paint, which
was kept there, exploded.
Police are investigating


THE L. W. YOUNG and S.C.
McPherson Junior High Schools will
finally be finished by workmen in a
few weeks. But the Education
Ministry is delaying occupancy
until September, exactly two years
behind schedule.
A senior Ministry spokesman
confirmed that completion of the two
schools is expected shortly, and said there
is an "internal target date" for
occupancy he was not prepared to
divulge.
However, separate reliable sources have
told The Tribune that the schools'
students, who have used make-shift


facilities for a year and a half, are slated
to move into the new premises at the
beginning of the 1974/75 academic year
in September.
The sources said it was felt that, as
Ministry schools have already had their
Easter vacations, moving as soon as the
new facilities are ready would result in
unnecessary disruption as students
adjusted to new surroundings.
In addition, it was felt that landscaping
the schools' extensive grounds, while
hundreds of students were there, would
have been difficult. The landscaping is
expected to be virtually complete when
the students begin the new school year in
their new schools.
The failure of the two schools to be
ready, as scheduled in time for occupancy


Chamber names award winne


THE BAHAMAS Chamber
of Commerce chose three
Bahamians and one American
for their 1974 Distinguished
Citizens Awards, to be
presented on Saturday, April
27. as the high point of
Chamber of Commerce Week.
The awards in each of the
four categories are: Civic
Service, Dr. Cleveland W.
Fneas, D.D.S.: Business, Mr.
Joeph Garfunkel; Creative and
Perfoming Arts, Mrs hilda
Grace Barrett, L.G.S.M.,
L.T.C.L. (CMT) Government
Service, Mr. Garnet J. Levarity,
O.B.E.
Presentations will be made
at the Chamber's Distinguished
Citizens Banquet in the
Governor's Hall of the
Sheraton British Colonial
Hotel.
Dr. Cleveland Eneas, a
dentist, was re-elected
president of the Bahamas
Association for the Mentally
Retarded on Wednesday night.
In January 1973 he was
elected chairman of the
People's Penny Savings Bank,
of which he was formerly
vice-president.
l)r. Eneas is now
Lieutenant-Governc- of the
Kiwanis Club of Nassau, and in
July 1973 he was a featured
speaker at the 85th Annual
Convention of Kiwanis
International in Montreal,
Canada. He was the first
Kiwanian outside Canada and
the United States to be
selected to speak to such a
large audience.
Dr 'neas is married and the


Dr. ENEAS


father of two sons, Cleveland
Jr., also a dentist, and Judson,
a doctor in the United States.
Mr. Joseph Garfunkel, a
veteran of 50 years of business
in the Bahamas, was born in
the United States. He came to
the Bahamas in 1924 to take
over his father's furniture
business upon his death.
He is the builder and owner
of Palmdale Shopping Centre,
and the owner of the adjacent
Madeira Shopping Centre.
The well-known business-
man recently started the
Imperial Mattress Company,
after selling Home Furniture
last year.
lie is married and is the
father of two sons.
Mrs. Hilda Barrett has been a
training officer of the Bank of
Nova Scotia since October
1973. She joined the Bank in
1970 and before her present
appointment was the bank's
personnel officer.
Mrs. Barrett, daughter of
the late Rev. Dr. T. F. W
Donaldson amd Mrs. Mildred
Donaldson. was the wife of
Richard S. Barrett, who died
on March 1. Mr. Barrett was a


House questions


THE OPERATIONAL losses
of Bahamasair, Government
borrowing, negotiations on
American bases in the
Bahamas and the salaries and
working time of the chairmen
of public corporations were
among the targets of yet
another barrage of questions
fired by Clarence Town M.P.
Mike Lightbourn in the House
Wednesday.
Tourism and Aviation
Minister Clement T. Maynard
was asked to advise the House
"of the operating losses
incurred by Bahamasair from
its inception (in June last year)
to the present."
Mr. Lightbourn asked also.
"will the Minister advise the
House of the source and
amount of funds borrowed to
cover these losses?
"Will the Minister advise the
House of the efforts being
made to find jobs for the
approximately 30 Bahamasair
employees who are being laid
off?"
The employees .were told
April 1 that they were to be
laid off in a move to cut
operating losses.
Mr. Lightbourn went on to
ask Finance Minister Arthur D.
Hanna whether Government
"has borrowed any funds from
Bahamas Commonwealth Bank
or any of its associated


companies by any means other
than promissory note.
"If so, will the HIon. Minister
list the dates the money was
borrowed, the terms of
repayments including the
interest rates, and indicating
which loans are still
outstanding
"Will the Hon. Minister
advise the House tinder what
Act of the legislature such
loans were authorised and for
what specific purposes? Was
the money spent as authorised?
If so, would he itemize his
expenditure? If the money was
not spent as authorised where
was it spent and how?"
Except under the Registered
Stock Act, all loans must be
authorised by bills approved by
both House and Senate. Stock
can be issued to raise loans on
the basis on an approving
resolution by the House.
MILITARY RENTS
Mr. Lightbourn asked Prime
Minister L. 0. Pindling whether
Government has concluded its
talks with the U.S.
Government in connection
with the rent to be received in
connection with U.S. military
installations in the Bahafmas.
If the negotiations were
completed, he added, he
wanted to know what the
annual rental to be received by
the Government is to be. If


Mr. LFVARITY


Mrs. BARRET


former Senator in the U.B.P. children, Timothy, Br
Government. Juliette and De'anne.
Mrs. Barrett was born in Mr. Garnet Levarit'
Nassau and after being was sworn in just ov
graduated from the Govern ago as a Senator for
ment High School taught National Movemei
Mathematics, English and received his appoint
Music for 17 years. She Officer in the Orde
attended the Guildhall in British Empire in the
London for a year where she New Year's Honour:
qualified for the L.F.S.M and 1970.
L.T.C. L. degrees in music. Mr. Levarity serve
Mrs. Barrett has worked Royal Bahamas Poli
with the Operatic Society for for 18 years during
the past 14 years and is the received the Coloni
organist at St. Andrew's medal.
Presbyterian Kirk. Mrs. Barrett
was pianist with the Ebony CROSSMAN DIES
Musical Association from the LONDON RICHA
ace of twelve until it was nin. former Labour
disbanded about eight years Minister and editor o
ago. 11er husband founded the Statesman, died at hi
association. Statesman, died at hi
Mrs. Barrett, a founder-- Banbury today aged
member and adjudicator of' the RAPE CHARGE
Music Festival Committee. MANCHESTER
which has organized music 18-year-old youth wa
festivals in New Providence and today in court here wi
the Family Islands for the past Princess Anne's
15 years, is also a member of secretary.
the Y.W.C.A., a council Christopher John
member of the Girl Guides also was charged with
Association and a member of Miss Penelope Jan Wa
the (Corona Society. of cash and jewellr
Mrs. Barret has tour o500. (AP).


on Bahamasair


negotiationss were incomplete
he wanted to know when a
decision is expected to be
reached.
Mr Lightbourn went on to
ask questions of both Mr.
Pindling and Labour and
National Insurance Minister
Clifford L Darling on the
chairmen of the Broadcasting
Corporation of the Bahamas
(Cadwell Armbrister) and the
National Insurance Board (Earl
Thompson).
lie asked the two Ministers
to advise the House of the
chairmen's salaries.
Each was also asked:
"Is it intended that the
chairman should devote all his
normal working hours to
Corporation/Board Work?
SAFE LANDING
"If so, does he? If not, how
many hours per week is the
chairman expected to give to
Corporation/Board work?"
Mr. Pindling, responsible for
the Corporation, was also
asked whether "the salary of
Senator Milo Butler at the time
of his resignation was sitll
$12,000 per annum. If not,
what was it? Did he devote all
of his normal working hours to
Corporation work' How many
hours per week did he gen-


in September, 1972 resulted in near-
choas.
Students prematurely registered for S.
C. McPherson, located on Blue Hill Road
near Carmichael, had to be placed in
cramped facilities in the former Blue Hill
Road campus of Prince Williams Baptist
High School, which had moved to a new
location. Although using inadequate
facilities, the school has managed to
operate with relatively few problems
The students slated for L. W. Your', n
Bernard Road, however, were split into
two groups and accommodated, under
very crowded conditions, in temporary
classrooms set up in the auditoriums of C.
I. Gibson Junior High and D. W. David
Junior High located almost a mile apart in
Marathon Estates and on Arundel Street
respectively.
Tension and dissatisfaction
among both students and staff,
particularly at the C. I. Gibson
/ site, aggravated by vandalism
Sand attacks on watchmen in
February, last year touched off
a series of disruptions 'and
demonstrations by students.
The entire students body
was not united until April last
year, when they were brought
together in still-cramped but
definitely better facilities of
the former Thatchberry
Primary School on Mackey
Street, vacated when the
primary school pupils moved
T into new buildings of their
own.
ockholst. L. W. Young and S C.
." McPherson, 64,5,,A)-squaje-fot.-
y.O.B F., schools costing $1.6 million
er a year each and designed to each hold
the Free 1,000 students in indentically
nt. Hie designed buildings, were to
ent as an have been built in time for the
,r of the 1972/73 school year with
o Queen's funds borrowed from the
s List in Import-Export Bank of the
United States.
J with the The problems resulted
ice Force primarily from' a Ministry
which he decision to enroll students for
al Police the two schools even before the
bank had agreed to make the
loan.
When September 1972
Rl) ('ross- arrived nothing had been done
Cabinet at the two sites except land
f the New clearing.
Shone in On September 27, bank
p sources confirmed to The
Tribune, the bank rejected the
loan application.
An In a turn-about, however,
s charged the loan was granted in
ith raping January last year, and
private contracts were signed with
Panelfab, calling for prefab-
(;raham rication of the building
h robbing components at the company's
Filters, 23, headquarters in Florida and
v worth erection on the sites in Nassau.
The basic structures on both
sites have now been completed,
and finishing work is
underway.


erally devote to Corporation
work?"
In another set of questions
fired at Tourism and Aviation
Minister Clement T. Maynard,
Mr. Lightbourn also asked to
be advised of "the minimum
length airstrip that is
considered safe for the landing
of a Bahamasair F227.
"Will the Minister advise the
House of the length of the
runway at the North Eleuthera
airstrip?"
And he asked Home Affairs
Minister Darrel E. Rolle to
name all persons who have
become registered and
naturalised Bahamian citizens&
between November last year
and April 1.
(At Nov. 1 only three persons
had received citizenship: Mrs.
Beryl Hanna, wife of the
Minister of Finance, Mrs. Zoe
Maynard, wife of the Minister
of Tourism, and Mr. Sinclair
Outten M.P. for St. Barnabas).
The Clarence Town M. P.
wanted to know how many
people had applied for
citizenship since Independence
Day, why there have been
delays in processing the
applications, and when the
majority of applicants can
expect responses.


At L. W. Young the
remaining work appears to
consist mainly of completing
electrical wiring and ceiling
installation. Plumbing fixtures
have already been installed,
desks and chairs have begun to
arrive on the site, and large
quantities of fill and soil
are being spread for
landscaping purposes.
At S. C. McPherson workers
appear to be just beginning
electrical and ceiling
installations, although there.
too, the plumbing is finished.
Landscaping has not yet begun.
$1,000 FINE
GLADYS BARKER, a
young American visitor found
in possession of a quantity of
marijuana when she arrived
here Thursday, had to pay 'a
$1,000 fine when she appeared
before Magistrate Eihmanuel
Osadebay today.
The 23-year-old girl pleaded
guilty to the offence


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LONDON Cunard Lines said today
that boiler repairs to the flagship liner
QE2 has forced cancellation of an Laster
cruise in the Caribbean-
Ihlie QF 2, wallowing in the Caribbean
with her three boilers disabled. was to
have left New York Saturday tor a 10lday
cruise to the Caribbean ports of St
rhonlas, St Lucia, Barbados and
Martinique. returning to New York April
16.
A\ Ciunitrd spokesman said passengers
booked in the cruise were beini offered


alternative holidays in others ships and
hotels owned b(f the company.
The QF 2 is still stranded about 250
miles southwest ot Bermuda after a fuel
leak caused the boiler breakdown. All of
the 1.64S passengers who were on the
QE2 when the malfunction occurred were
transferred at sea Wednesday to the
Norwegian cruise ship Sea Venture and
flown to New York from Hamilton,
Bermuda. yesterdayy
Cunard engineers were working to


repair the boilers and a spokesman said it
is hoped to tow the liner in to Bermuda
over the weekend.
Only one of the ship's boilers was
damaged but all three required extensive'
cleaning the Cunard spokesman said,
After repairs, the liner is scheduled to
sail to New York for her first eastbound
transatlantic crossing of the year April
16. She will carry a floating backgammon
tournament to Southampton. England,
arriving April 21. (AP)


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forced him out of his job las
military Chief of Staf f lie
lauimed he never got a lir
hearing fromithe committee c
probing Israel's setbacks in hie
October war.
lie termed one charge in
the comuniittee's report that
lie delayed troop callups tor
two hours the day war broke
out "a crude lie".
In Tel Aviv newspaper
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resigned ITuesday the gen'-ial


clia rged Ihc : le ,, l iii
\aggerat.ed'" hi. ;I ill
Israel'. miii e eidi.ih i .
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de(C iined to blanic .i .
for the war setbacks Bti hi
charged the ctinlii!i i h id
used "'separate a tlJ 1i ; tkr
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innumerable iti I iI ., hld
painful daIt ic iIlt I t ? i )t -, 1 I
the co u rse oi hi t i: .-- 'hi ; t
is no longer s relf-siiu! ir ;
ei said if\ h--
p1ire nce t!'ceas ic hr i .:
H olt places I i .leitct i :, I ,I d
the IIlo i\ 1 .imanrd be. nll
like llmuseuIIt' I N')


den and into thie bathrom.iii
BuHtchl. til e dig
be wildered b\l t l
ounllllotion, close tils time
i- be stubborn l.i entered
the balhrooml undei ortieh,
with iny hand tirmily il Ill
collar
We huddled together,
lisineing to the trmiadii
a pprroachi
N:ii.n a Blaptist, began io
pras Cindy. a ('atholic,
iomned her "Dear God please
spare us
Theyv all described the
sound ai .ii, Ihi,,. like a
treightl tain
I,) nm, it -miunded like a
;i.. i,., -47 talking lttl over
tle house'
kVe listened ;s the
nimble igre. tlien faded
aw". hiavii W [the lhlinuse


and us quivering. "Stay
here. I'm going to look," I
said.
From the patio door. I
could see only the rolling
cloud that had spawned the
tornado. Then I looked up.
Its mouth was oval-shaped.
and up, inside the funnel, the
inside was a milky white.
I retreated quickly to the
comparative safety of tlie
bathroom.
This tine, the 747-sound
was joined by that of a
freight train. The house
shook. The dog whined and
buried his nose beneath my
arm. The children clung to
Nancy. Nobody made a
sOtlind.
Finally, the noise subsided
and I left our refuge again..
Front doors opened.


ists split over new president


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,,, ", ', l e P.: l l. Ip d ,tI nlld tIollovw Ilg tilht-

IO l prei i l h.i decid- d to lie a candidate
i,( A 'n p Is,' idenm, tf the
1 wVi', n* R.wit H hab'an-)elmas said
P l lid. I! :Ii i t .1 lce.i I ll
t K ,,, ,. ( hi b a n D )el In as and
i io sein! I) stni!, ait, considered front
nii. I'r b t is tilends of't FJI- re
ii q i. k ai:c t,> im g ot sell hiii ais alt
'A l" an ./ lriptoi i'+1 chelotc
Sdisowll I n .,. 5 before the tevernsh.
Slhe plart p.i ii actlit hegari
n. l)lchia i Pl.!pii pdoti was burled at
:, ,inie 1'.4 '\ ( ,. .1 \ .-.. 35 m iles
: ii poi- it .il so illi\\ st t 'Paris .w ltre the
ill pIi.tc a111d piiic- il l ihad a c. utt tr\ homne
iha.. "/c. .i I .!'1le 0 IC t's l than t t i-do/eli
p c l l''c !ss ,' ili at
1 ~i t l t 1 1 In k I I i: It1 I Jt't,t I I C


\ tuinu lil sc 'r i. ,i;V : I i
church on thi lie St I ill, i'.ar
the Patis I i ,il! w' l = i s '
1tolinp lo dted tai. Ai l-0
restri, td I' his WiNuls. 'ie
Cabinel and 'tresnu-n 1i .i!


Pompid. .a had maude hi

20 ont l i ls i 1 1,i i t i.i Ii-- et 1 l

Ithe l(o itg a'itli pa\ sil ll'l .
\iitth r tAtit+ s'.5 I it .. 1 s, 5i;! It
was bon cl'. a m-l< l
1 le N\at-,iai \< i held
certIiIs .11 \. r Da) e
( I1t edtt j 1 t r S Ior atui dIJ

mie e \ WC ntc ,d ,, .i j \i P ( \ p i


Sunny days for Terry Jacks


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S i ; : ,' I I i


but dulidi' in.ikc it. lro, s three
placeI i m rth
IHa k ai l 'L n i ll r\c
( ct- ,;i Rt'e tiiblbe MeC


Il1 h 'A .;, *'thi, t allhc In at
-\;li .ivf.isi lth Ilast skeek. At
e th ais ;hei (,litlIc hanil's
\ i 'ci I '. \\ li, Ii is 2 itld
.1 \> 'e .ig. '
i l 1 'tilued States.
'I ..'. ,d On \ l cehlig" hy
BInI, ,,' t ,umui ptn1 ed to the top.
I llt .n J>)oh!, "Bennie and
lh I ) 'i's leaped inIto s oand
p .it ip i oni titth, while
'('i'l Simiion 'ind Jiames I aI lor
hll'!d ., to third position for


lth" s i's ,d 'i s i lii t s k -- t is
their "MI kn B Iied "
I" hie ies.t I hin I hit 1 r
Happened 1. Me" b> (,a;1.
Knight aI nd le i Pip-i ni,\'ed
mino the top ten. lip t!r in I lh 1
to "i71 (lAP)


-CONCORDE --

FLIGHTS

IN APRIL

1976

I.OND)ON A British
minister said today regular
passenger-carrying flights by
C(ncorde. the Anglo-French
supersonic airliner, will start in
\pril 1976.
I ord Beswick. deputy leader
of the House of Lords, told
peers the programme of testing
tliglits tor a certificate of air
s 0or thiTness would not be
completed before the ned of

lie said regular flights would
then have to wait until both
British Airways and Air France
C'ach have three planes to
u1 stain a regular service.
lieswick, who was answering
questions on whether flights
mi 'd not begin sooner, added:
I rent examination is being
,iven bh the manufacturers to
i tanc'ing delivery dates, This
.eissmert has not been
u,'mpleted "tAP)l


S\SllIN(GTON U.S.
( I< niment i energy Chief
V illiam Simoin will be
;" nlaiia ted (soon ias the next
SIcretar ofl the Treasury,
-rill des said, but will not be
'isen the tull economic
I uthriit of his predecessor,
o .edge Shult/.
Some iof the authority that
Slilli has liad ait the White
Su nse and much of his
.-iihicnce with the President
e\pctcd t)i tall to budget
di:eltor Ros Ash. at least at
h, citrInning.
Well placed sources say
id iIg tIhe authority between
Si-''.n! and Ash is sure to set
Sit; a posscI struggle for
, iihontyt over economic policy
MAI could have an adverse
pactt ,on the administration's
,bi!it\ to solve the nation's
i' o ii0 iic proibleris.
President Nixon is expected
I, a1nouncel C the Simon
HiiI ittiti ln early next week.


Death squad

Rio 1)1 JANEIRO Two
1 o101 -'i.I i-riddled, trussed
'and beaten victims of Brazil's
dreaded D)eath Squad have
!'oen found in greater Rio,
police said.
lihe group has claimed credit
ii, the deaths of over 2.000
ins 11i since 1958 when it
igap operating in Brazil's
t"la i cties (API


LONDON Income of most
of Europe's heads of state is
tax free but their outgoing can
be quite hefty.
Nevertheless none of
Europe's monarchs is having to
pawn the crown jewels.
Britain: Queen Elizabeth
receives a civil list allowance of
980,000 pounds a year or
$2,332,400. The allowance is
not taxable.
The Queen pays her staff
and for the upkeep of official
residences such as Buckingham
Palace and Windsor Castle.
She also has considerable
private income. The amount is
not disclosed and it also is
untaxed.
Belgium: King Baudouin
receives an annual 73,554.000
francs $1.838,850 free of
tax. The money goes to pay
for his various residences, staft
wages and salaries.
Denmark: Queen Margarethe
is paid an annual 9.3 million
kroner or $1.45 million to
cover all her royal household
expenses including travel. The
sum is tax free and adjustable
each year according to the cost
of living.
Sweden: King Carl XVI


sources say. Simon would be
the fourth Treasury Secretary
in the Nixon administration.
Nixon also is expected to
announce, possibly at a later
date, that John Sawhill.
Simon's deputy in the federal
energy office, will succeed
Simon as energy administrator.
Another major Nixon
administration economic
figure, director John Dunlop of
the Cost of Living Council, is
understood to be under
consideration to replace


No tax

for

Europe's


heads

Gustaf receives 435
kronor a million dollars
year tax free. The amount i; ,,
cover court staff wages' .i,I
other expenses ot
monarchy.
France: The r ,i,
President receives an ai in
basic salary of 75.000 t ,tn,
$15.000 on which l ,-,,i .
tax
The total amount \i;r
according to his fam.i
circumstances. In 'i
mid-1960's the then p rre.i s-i
Charles de Gaulle, was km.is
to pay ).340 franics or s IL-
a year in tax.
The French head o it
however has addit...
expenses totaling s.3 'i: ,
francs Sor8 1.) t1 ...
staff salaries represent, i
and travel i APi


Herbert Stein as chaiil n,
the Council otl LiFo i ,l .
Advisers when Stein leave-, c-i
post this summer.
Sinmoni. 46. a Ifocmi i
Street banker, has mtd.
secret ot the fail hie s' a i i
be named l Tr e, siiu\ Si,
to succeed Shhl't/. v.h ,
leaving in May
Simton has served .i d, i;'
secretary of the treasuryi .
January\ of 1 i73 a p.
retained while scr ing ,
nation's energy addmnisi i '


Sm,,


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EXHIBITION

SPONSORED BY


Tong Dolo Karate School of Self Defence
BASIL 0. ROLE, Seni.


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TOMORROW SATURDAY, April 6th, 1974 at 8:30 p.m.

ADMISSION Adult $2.00 Children $1.00

BAHAMAS AID FOR NEEDY CHILDREN
Space Donated By Kentucky Fried Chicken


How one family


faced the tornado


Simon set to take over


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The Tribune - Friday, April 5, 1974


0 hr Lribune
NULLIUs ADDIrncs JutbAE IN VERBA MAGISTRI
Being Bounm TTo Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
I ION F it ln lPt(ll Publisher/Editor 1903.- 1914
SIR I I IFNNI 1) i iP IH, ( it.., K.C.S.G.. D.Litt.. LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributing Editor 1972 -
FI l FN it'n' c .i ,' 1s,, B.A., LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor 1972 -
Published I). t.l Mionday to Saturday

Sl,.-i Street, PO B)itx N-3207. Nassau, Bahamas.
T I FPlt sI\ ,.
lEditorial 2-4532, 2-2260
General ( .... I(15 Extensions) 2-1986
A..1-.1,i.,in; 2-19,86. 2-2"1 '


BI t I I \\1 I)1JPUCH
itThIs i/ri' h t'ilih hartice in a series 1 am w writing on reports
taken mi f T Tribune s ileh's of Novermber and December

(,RA\ND r \MA'\ Mula;hi llth. Time passed and the
govesrnmeini t n,,i c~t.iot ithe (Checchi report while the Pindling
go+' .') imi it c" iiil ilit thee threat to "'bend l break" the thriving
tiltlitlti li!5 it I !eept l i.
iThe expl i.:ites in that .. ,,,,,,ni', refused to "bend" to this
dictato.ria i' and si o itie government proceeded to "break"
t'iem i 11u\ did ,, itOlho o iih ii h of it too.

JIh'', .. h'hn. Mhislter i Transport Doris Johnson with hern
declat.rn ,: i!,,' :, n.iirmm \ is inr com mrtlind of its affairs until its
peopkI- lh .' .,opi io l ,ii iits transportation facilities,
]lhe i,.uli o, 1 his conviction was thai Bahanmas Airways found
is-elm slio\ted io a 'oimer.
Tli I' 4 iisi .inporny that operated this service to the Out
Isl ,: ,;,v "i'lie handwritirng on the wall"f r tor foreign
interests i;m t ah Ilands. At short notice they folded tip the
operati'i.
ITls C, 'p!i.', ha id *,iven the Out Islands the finest air service
ihc ".,,, ..,i hadi. I his dJucsiion same at a time when the
comtlini .sis i',bout to expand its projects into a major
1le;ti;itl Ai. l .!p r tion'
, i+ * >
Atliiou'i: ;i:"mis itCK)t Bah:unians lost their Johs when Baltamas
Aivwas olced diown thie government wasn't disturbed by this
dis' r les f.li i t, ,omipantries would come rushing in fiomi all
S"... ." Bi this didn't happen. Some came
... "i in. di. Thes took one look at the situations and
swe't awi\ .
I hCi uonliil'.!tiit h',ad not ei't reali/ed that ciii aviation all over
thie 'Ao'ld \wa-- s'xperie rncii.' a difficult time. Some of thie oldest
anlld .ire't all ilt.- ciri' on tihe blnk of bankruptcy.
Wlia! the Blhiu ian people still don't realize even today is that
oin'e o )Ithe mon.t impo(rtanl t airlines operating out of Nassau to
p.',un atiround the world has been gradually phasing out its Nassaui
iopeiationi .. ind will soon close it down completely I anm told
tha this will be onll\ temporlary ... hut it wouldn't make sense for
them l closi. dsowsn ciniporarils because it wouldn't be easy for
their i li tirc p!'iie the irade aiter they have lost it. I don't think
the \ vill .. ililn to Nassaui.
(TIhis aiticlce wais witen before P.A.A. announced its
canctellatioin of ie Miamlii-Nassau service).
Dr Jiti;Ison piomiscd to provide the finest service in the vwoild
but all thle Out! slandls igot we a lot of inexperienced Bahamiani
people fiddlil'n ar,'tound with aviation.i
I made one llp toI \Itluma i ine of these planes and
considered I'Msell !oiiunateill when I later landed back in Nassau.i
T a ,* + . :,l
When aviation was added to the portfolio of Minister of
iTiismn ( Iemenit Mainard lie alio made grand promises. Finally
lie camie up wtit h Bahtasnair that everyone knows got off to a
seit had i ,, t. I prediclict that hits operation is going to cost tlhe
Baharmian i l.i xpsas i a large packet of moniley.
In tlhe 'Weaiilinie. Mi. Ilanna ... with tlIe approval of the
tabinet carried on merrily packing expatriates out of the
colton\!i Ih- s0',cd t1i he his ambition to run every white face outi
oi thie Bah,riimas Todayli the investment aind tourist businesses in
(Grinh ( a'. n';i are heing spaiked b\ first class men driven out of
Nasaiki I MI. IL in a'-s vici suis niim migration policy .
I; ic,. the .c'oiun\ was really oi the skids. It was so bad
Ihait ven ile blind eovenincent could see it ... and they became
alar-md Il e limnice Minister kicked Arthur Hanna upstairs to tile
Iruantce Ministi. iihile lie demoted his faithful lieutenant
('a1ton 1I -anids tio some sort tf iDevelopment Ministry. Since then
Mr hailnlla has succeeded in hounding Mi. Francis out of tl: -
Cabiiuet ont the gambling casino issue ... and now he is jul
aotlhci ineffectual backbenchei who is expected to toe the party
line without questioning.
In lict meantiine Mr. Pii i Ii. iootk Imitgitenratioin under his wingi
and I believe that an effort is now being made to repair the
danage bt thi iia\ piove to be too late, unfortunately!

Hotel coinis tirion has stopped cold in the islands. Nothing has
been done it this line except foi a small place that is now nearing
comipleti)on "n West Bay Street opposite the hEsplanade.
I mentiii this place because its design is completely out of line
with the type of buildings that have given Nassau a special
character. This building would never have been approved by the
U,.B.P utgoeintment. In imy opinion it's a blot oni the landscape.

1 think that what may have alarmed Minister of Tourismn
Clement Maunard was the fact that last year the hotels were
losing monic . ten million dollars worth!
Thlie number of tourists visiting the islands had kept high but
the standard of visitors had dropped to such a low level that Mr.
Maynard said in a public speech that they must try to get the
qualitys lounsts coming back to the islands.
An interest: fact is thliat one of the major hotels in Nassau
was full last su : ... but it was still losing money!
Mr. Mavniard couldn't figure it all out but the government had
all they needed to know about the hotel industry in the Checchi
report of iloQ tor which they paid a large hunk of bthe taxpayer's
money.
And sot he decided to engage another high priced iunpany to
make another report.

A sumltmar' of the report of the new body of experts engaged
by Mr. 1M., r, ,J was published in The Tribune on March 8th
utinder thIe heading: "Freedom To Employ Foreign Staff
'Essential'... Hotels Must Have Top Staff "
The second report is substantially the same as lthe report made
by Checchi five years ago.


So that Tribune readers mnay not forget any of the details oft
the second report, as recorded in The Tribune, I reprint below the
whole article from the issue of March 5th.
I might remind you that a second article also reported that


EDITOR, The Tribune,
I feel compelled to reply to
M r. N orman Solomon's
statements, and to Mr Loftus
Roker's reply, in your papers.
As I am the dietician in
charge of special Diets at
P.M.H. I would like to clarity a
few points.
As I have only been off the
island once for this calandor


LETE O H, DIO


year. (which was an emergency
trip to Miami to see nir sister,
on Friday. March 22nd at 0:45
p.m. and returned on Suniday,
March 24th at 1:00 p.m.) I
assume that this is the trip that
you are referring to in yIour
remarks.


Dayton-Keenan claimed that stealing ... because of the absence .l0
expert controls ... was one of the -reat leaks in the hotel business
today. The biggest item on the list of stolen goods was linens.
Here is Nicki Kelly's review in The Tribune of- the
Dayton-Keenan report:
RELATIVE I RI I IX)iM to employ qualified foreign staff
coupled with intensive in and out-of-house training is absolutet:
essential" to the return of the Bahanmas hotel induisnii to a
"healthy profitable status."
This is one ot the major conclusions reached ivt trhe
Dayton-Keenan consultancy firm which ...r.i!. completed an
in-depth survey of the industry) at the reqiiert of tl'u \iiisti o "
Tourism.
The report said that "onl, with iull\ qualified stail utin the
end purpose of the industry he achieved, i e. halpvt s,.iasied
visitors from whom flow the funds with winch w ;., silii'es
industry's profit and taxes are paid.-
On this basis Daston-Keenan believe \la .it n X :l
framework of the government, the Minislr' of Tl oi'ic.' tSuhi od .
more actively associated with administer al i ,-i..,":1
concerning approval or disapproval o i work pernui.
"We have found also that due largely to the a i'iii.. n i
work permits, tiuncertaintr, of renewals, often ilnan pt.iihlc ini
centres where qualified piofessionals nmav he wucci.ttlcl am Mi illen''d.
restrictions by government ,n the i ilinnra, aih'. ,irilt
of management to 'manage. the quality of middle 'n.iii, '' hais
declined precipitously\ in thie last two or minor eir'." ti :'pto
said.
D1)1 1 lM
This decline, it s as ip inted o:, wi ec. s il\ .tbl. .mn l nh
quality of training, service. inaintii'l.ince it pi pn!c it ,,l. .: ii
of guests and cost of operation.
Moreover. it has placed a high sal-i\ pl.s-H'n *! I 111
ClJs, ii is l 'ik.a in order t) att a t c n ii d i, I: I i
personnel to the Bahainizs.
In fact, says the survey, "there is a niniber 4 e\:i;pln-p ,i
foreign staft being dischA:rced from one ho.,t J ,i k:. '.Ihi'
employment in another n Ithe theo .\ ,. rea .l i, il
market may not produce a better qua iiied person., "
The consultants ncted hat in the past ten P ,c:i i;',.
hotel companies had o C noil /-.J in'' l !i i i ..
based on Americani cxpi i n attd a ic th i o'p ; .n
food, comfort and service.
To operate at the highest degree o'f ptlii' iil t,.,' hi't'L.
had installed sophisticated and e.\xia nsip e c.iLIMt -'.'kiw : li'
rmust have a cadre it nterdcpendei i 'oile.:il. .liiw
thiemn.
BASIC( I ACT
"A basic prerirse to the intciiia'tiioin lIon!..l i I,. 1,no.i n i,
search for higher sales and imiie i pioiii i s hl' ;i'ncd t ,:.t ,'--i
whenever and wherever possible wii.th. .l!i l ti i-, H O ii;
of the guest." says the report.
"From this standpoint alone iln !liter inaitic i .ioiu en'i
hotelier would import stall to am area in' illt vSorIld. 0kle-, l i ..i.
essential toi maintain i i c easn pi ..i hiti s . c
satisfaction "
The consultants have, in the l ih rli t to h ii ihoo vi.'-,.i
reco tlilllended that overinieni ievw C ti i d ..tl iii ,t li St .
innmmigrationi policy to pro icle ;a riliaie iiti.!i '
well-qualified professional and teclhiinc i' 1)11 TRR!I
They said they knot f l int 'ict! i .!''. i t :n:i.'ld .,c' t- ;;
the industry that present adinttistunic' hlaindlinrieo ,k pc;i
and the restrictions attached dei.' quoiialiicd i i --i l
professional people from accCptingii '-Io'. n, i 'h H:il!. -
"There are simply too manr \ i tosi iv ,ol 'e. I 'I.' .reh .il ;.u ;'",
professionals to fill hein. Mo ,ic t i ta; ei tiiaio ii l.'i ci." ',
proud of his record oi success anid,. hi adcltid ciieitni is ,o,i., ;1
success.
"Given the current stat s itof tI i n 1 1iusi In tlie il. h
success is questionable," the repolt said.
The hotel survey '., n..- that g -veinment :.girt wiK
pernitst tor at least two years on ib clisstica.itins-,. l',^n.' llt!':''
persons to be enplho ed subjeLt to se.w. i :it'i\ c!.lani.i A t-; ..i ,,i
\with the employer beiny iesp nishie to I, pan.itioi i1 :!i ,
ellmployee fails to obtain se'uItul it clJiaalncc
Secondly. procedures should he streamlined :o 'i. .
decision within a week It t.'n lda\s., using ihe talent. in it,
Ministry of' TTouisin to check the quahlficationt itof caniridaits ,
assure that high professional slandarid, arir maiiltaCined
It was the hehel of the consultants that fill freedom I ,tti, ei !ili
foreign talent would not sigiiitti.!ninl\ increase thie Pumblel I
foreign profiessi It was also felt that if the Bahamian experience proved sInila!
to that of other countries,. Bahamian talent would move to oth0i
tourist centres for the international expeieince obtainable in n
other way to develop into qualified international pi o'ession iii
The repoil recoitniends im addition ilia tile status o' rcside'i
Haitians and Turks Islanders be cda ified a. soon as possible
"We have found that thlie indchisti particularly in ii icpoii. r
dependent on Haitian anild Turks Island labouit or ieilrain io
classifications not acceptable to Baltmiants." says the report.
"Perhaps it is possible to change ihe t altilude of the Biaiittni.ii
but if it is not. thie labour rmust Ie found elsewhere"

The series will be concluded tomorrow with a round -ip os thie
facts in this case.

FOOTNOTEI TO HiISTORY The lMiami Ihrald hias all\,is
crusaded against capital punishment.r
Shocked by the Hearst kidnapping the edliloi ol tliit
newspaper is having second thoughts.
"We have always rejected capital punishment as a iat let lt
principle and in a belief that it is a false deterrent." lhe .idiio
wrote. "But a kidnap-murder is a double crime in which the
taking of life is not an act dune out of momentary passion."
"As we said last month, this is no time for hysteria bnut i .'s


time for reviewing the nation's Jaws so as to make exampklc, hai.l
and fast of kidnappers.
"It is, indeed, time to get tough with these monsters."

Surely the editor of The Miami Herald realizes ihat not onlyt a
kidnap murder is a cold-blooded, premeditated crime. Dozens ot
murders committed every day are in the same category.
A great many people are now coming around toii m way oft
thinking.

THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
Adversity has no friends. TACITUS

Hark! from the tomb a doleful sound. ISAAC WATTS


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MIAMI BEACH. FLA. An
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hemisphere newspaper executives
Thursday that it was "almost
inconceivable" that the 1..S
Supreme Court would endorse a
florida law requiring newspapers to
give political candidates a right of
reply.
Charles Dancev of the
Journal-Star. Evanston, 111., told
the Inter-American Press
Association committee on freedom
of the press that U.S. publishers
were optimistic of a favourable high
court ruling in a case involving the
Miami Herald.
The newspaper has appealed a
ruling by the Florida supreme court
requiring that it furnish editorial
space to political candidates it
criticizes in its editorial pages or
columns.
"It seems almost inconceivable
that the high court will sanctifs the
right of reply." Dance told
publishers from throughout the
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Conference, Mr. Carlton
Francis, chairman of the
Bahamas Development
Corporation, presented a letter
of appreciation and a "Building
A Better Bahamas" pin to Mr.
Stephen Strachan, local
manager of Air Jamaica.
Mr. Strachan accompanied
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and over 20 members of the
business community to
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Mr. Francis said he was
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Mr. Francis described the
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BaH,ia.nIs SupermarkeCITs I Id |
Ih' rt, i\ decl.ircd t in e rin
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per share payable on April 3(, printer off to Florida for
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sareholders of reiolr o\ ta Ches (pictured) manager oft
mipat on Aprlthe Star insurance Company
n Juine 14 respectively Ltd.'s printing department at
Iliese dividends represen. Star Plaza. is leaving Nassau
iontily dividend o th h this week to attend the GAC
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FIll C R Walker Ile hn iI
('liege \wil enroll sIntudents ,
il-tue m ni .sonari s weldiini
and general pamniniCg .courses on
\I o ndi 1 u ,' sda anid
W ednesda \prn r 'l and 10.
I he CoursM :re of 12 weeks
duration.


CAREERS SPEAKER
CANON William Thompson
will be the ke\ note p% i i
7 30 p.m. toniorrows during the
closing session of the (C
(Gibson school careers week.
The theme of this week's
annual "Careers Week" sas:
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GRAND BAHAMA Telephone
(Company and the Grand
Bahama Telephone and
Communications Workers
Union officials signed a twoEACH CIAJB
year industrial agreement LOVE BEACH CLW
1Tuesda mnioring at the
Freeport Ministry of Labour ON MAGNIFICENT LOVE BEACH
office. Signing on behalf of
the Ministry of Labour was
M1r. ('. II. Turnquest. whopu
the nearly three nionths of 7 NOW O FOR MEMBERS P
negotiations. (APRIL 15 TO DECEMBER15)
Both Union president. James .
Thompson and company INTRODUCTORY MEMBERSHIP FEE
general manager, Lowell
Brown, agreed that the SINGLE $100
contract was one of the DOUBLE $150
Mro s t com iiprehensive FAMILY $250 (UP TO 4 PERSONS)
documents of tihe its t\ pe
seen in the Bahamas and e Enjoy the Beach -- Swimming, Sailing, Snorkeling.
should provide lor a good Explore the Reef Diving at its best.
w or king relationship Play Tennis.
betweell the emnploe es Go Flying ........ and
represented by the union Get together at the Club Bar/Restaurant.
anid the company's (Open daily 12 noon 6 p.m. to Club-Members only.-
management. Special Club-Prices.)
Included in the overall package,
is an across-the-board wage
increase averaging11 l.61'. For Applications phone: 78421/2 or
(the first such general Box 6202, Nassau, Bahamas
increase in 14 monthss.


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Service with a ship


THE VIRTI' S of the
generations have been
combined in Caribbean
Shipping a family Bahamian
company which has been
serving the Bahamas for over
20 years.
"Seo ice speaks for itself". is
the motto of this shipping
c ompan 's founder. Mr.
Anthony Roy C(ollins
Mr collinss was born in
Mar.h H-arhour, Abaco. Hec
went to sea at the age of 16
andt hasn't looked back since.
If thcre wctJ, just one word to
sum up \ili i.,h Roy Collins'
life it would be work.
Caribbean Shipping's boat
M V Mereghan II had just
docked at UInion Wharf on
S I ..I .1 and the dock was
a hive of organized activity
sith carv. being checked oft
tnd tr uk loads of Bacardi
In -ntre of all this
tiItt w ?,i. Ar 1n i *r'. Rov
(' .i: orkini as hard at
severt Nas tie'd worked all his
life
Ship,' g ,it was a way of
li"e pi. i .i ly to Mr. Collins.
tie worked for Mrs Carstairs
fir elCeven .ears while Whale
(.'aiy w:.i being built, shipping
halt -h ..g and managing the
M'-land Ilin, from tl46 until
li) heI worked for Francis
I .mc in the same capacity
idi g Whiiie Cay.
In 1')-5 e started his own
0 1.`o1 p., Caribbean
Shippi I le ran the boat
himei' i until six years ago


when he became ill. On the
boat then, as in the warehouse
to day, he did everything from
manning the bridge to
maintaining machinery. "Much
of the time I spent in operating
the winches". (For the
unitiated like me these are the
things that lift the cargo).
Now Captain Collins no
longer runs the boat but, aided
by a staff of two his son Mr.
Chris Collins and Mr. Malcolm
Cl umier (originally from
Tarpum Bay Eleuthera and
who has been with the
company nine years) he runs
the warehouse.
Obviously inheriting the
father's work ethic and yet
complementing him in terms of
being sensitive to to-day's
changing world are not only his
son. Chris, but his daughter
Mrs. Thelma Johanson and his
daughter-in-law. Mrs. Mizpah
Collins, who together with Mrs.
Alvilda Johnson (who has been
with the company for 14 years
and is originally from Simms,
Long Island) run the office
which incidentally is now
located also on Union Wharf
(opposite Malcolm's Service
Station on Bay).
After almost a year of doing
this column longevity of
employees appears to be a


measuring stick of that
company's reliability and also
symptomatic of the Boss being
on the job doing a lot more
than "bossing" but joining in
and taking over whatever needs
to be done no matter how
menial.
Mrs. Johanson describes her
father as "an all round man"
and a "jack of all trades."
Meanwhile, the company's
boat the M.V. Mereghan II is
continually plying between
Miami and the Union Wharf
Nassau.
Why ship Caribbean?
In Mrs. Johanson's words:
"We have worked throughout
our life as a company to give
our customers a friendly and
personal service. As well as this
we have also given quick
delivery. In fact, the moment
the boat docks people are
arriving to collect their
freight."
She also added that
"Caribbean Shipping is in some
ways old-fashioned, that is
believing that the customer is
always right, not as some
people seem to think someone
who is merely allowed the
privilege of paying".
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but not behind the times.
Mrs. Johanson informed me
that "recently we have decided
to expand our freight service
and use containers. We have
bought fourteen 8' x 8' x 8'
containers and are going to
carry 40 foot frozen
containers."
At the present time MV
Mereghan II boasts 60 tons of
refrigerated space with 25
thousand cubic feet for general
cargo apart from the deck.
Nothing stops the MV
Mereghan II from its schedule.
Additions were made to the
boat while it was operating -
the freezer was added onto the
back end and the forward
cooler without it having to
remain in dry dock.
The only thing that stopped
MV Mereghan II was last
December when a group of
Cubans planted bombs on her
in Miami and caused an
explosion. But, apart from
sabotage, the MV Mereghan II
goes on schedule.
From a patriotic viewpoint
Caribbean Shipping iS a
Bahamian Company. The
money that is made by this
company stays in the
Bamamas.
Mrs. Johanson said "We
want to build up a Bahamian
shipping company which keeps
its money in the country and
carries the country's flag in
foreign ports. We do sincerely
hope that as we are using


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NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF
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ANCHOR UNIT TRUST PRICES

AS OF APRIL 3RD, 1974

OCIFFRED PRICK ....... S1.11
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containers and doing all things
possible for the convenience of
our customers that the
Bahamian people will support
us and give us their freight".
"Ship Bahamian" makes a
lot of sense with the tradition
of service Caribbean has and
the innovative force of the new
generation of Collinses who
retain the best of the old and
keep up to date with changing
methods that are in the
interests of to-day's
businessman.


REGULAR SERVICE
FX LONDON & LIVERPOOL

DUE NASSAU

CHRISTIANE BOLTEN 11ITH APRIL
ORCOMA IITH APRIL
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Alfred Hansen
25 Tordenskjoldsgade
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Europe House
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London El 9AB
England


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P. O. BOX 188,
ROSTOCK G.D.R.


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Markgravestraat 14
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97 Av. Des Champs-Elysees
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Local Agent UNITED SHIPPING COMPANY LIMITED
Beaumont House


Phones 21340-3


FREEPORT VISITORS

FREEPORT/Lucaya will be
visited by 2 cruise ships,
making 8 calls, bringing some
4200 visitors during the month
of April, according to Freeport
Harbour Co. Ltd.
Calling at Freeport harbour
will be Costa Lines' "Flavia"
and the Eastern Steamship
lines' Bahama Star.
The Flavia is scheduled to
dock here from Miami via
Nassau on Thursdays, April 4,
I11, 18 and 25 at midday with
600 passengers each voyage
and the Bahama Star from
Miami via Nassau at 1 p.m. on
the same dates with 450
passengers each voyage.
During the month of March
1974 there were 4815 cruise
ship visitors to Freeport/
Lucaya. The Flavia made four
calls with 2657, the Bahama
Star four calls with 1662. and
the Queen Anna Maria one call
with 496 passengers.


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MORGAN of Prov'denp A ve. Ch ipp'nghm, N.P. s
applying to the Ministpi e epons ble i t 'nahi ,itv andi
iiti-i ship, for .eqisTa'm .1 a ,wt; c, -' he Bahamas.
,iud that .'y pa"n y. : '!;> . ".''~.s vhv
registrahton should t L fa's-ed 'o -'d a wrvttee
and s nedsq e sta'em"en ,"' 'i ijt i win'i ', iwr yiv 'ight day,.
from the 5th day o' 'r 1974 to The M m'. r espornsible
for Nationality and Cti.enrship, Ministr' ot !ome Affairs,
P. 0 Box N-3002. Nassau


NOTICE
NOTiC 1 hereby qivon that '.'LSO P i'F E of ck
ru0shJic Rd. P O. Box Nb'", NA S.:; 2*' ppli my tlU
thef M\ 't'; iespo' sible 'o1 Natu', o.lt. ,"J L 'tw'enship, fi
-atuzai -n,' i as .a cit en of Th'e Bahd;, a-. :wd 3v
rot--.f- .vho knowvs dn rea o why n JtL; ,-.. !fhi snl'
,owt h-` w.jited should send a vv ,tte. 'and i.t.eod tatiemintri
f t. t 'at- within twenty-eig t d ymo s f'ro- t 0h-- 92'th day of
M"rih 1i' 74 to The Minister 'reposi ble fo i'jtinalty 's d
C't e'.- 'P' 'i'iistv ,'f Home A' i f P 0. Bo' N 3002.


NOTICE
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espon sbie for NJtionahtv 'd -0t-e0:JtiP 'or repg31ttationt
i c n.' i of The BJahiilli- -nd thh t ri. ; rC orl who
a.- 's .rny reason ,vhy ,'"-'.'' 't 'r .h.. 'a *' t b i gqr .'tr d
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We wish to remind our Dealers and all other
Customers that w3 will be closed for business
during the Easter Holidays on Good Friday,
12th April, and Easter Monday, 15th April,
1974. To ensure that you may receive
adequate supplies during this period, you are
advised to place your orders before 3:30 p.m.
on Monday, 8th April 1974


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Advice on husband's

generosityv stands
supposed to be rewarded just knowing that someone wants
to hang his painting. Many other artists have this problem.
Help us all and print this letter, please Also some advice,
if you have any. TEXAN
DEAR TEXAN: Consider it done. Now, if your friends
and relatives get angry with you for refusing to give them
a painting-give 'em the brush.


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DEAR ABBY: Your outdated advice to the woman whose
husband wanted her to have sex with other men really
irked me. I'd have advised her to ask her husband why he
wanted to share her. If it was because he didn't love her
and wanted to get rid of her, then I fully agree, she
shouldn't put up with it. But, did you ever stop to think that
maybe the husband enjoyed her so much in bed that he
wanted to show others what a great wife he has? Or it's
possible that his sexual enjoyment may really be height-
ened if she has sex with other men?
Please don't call this perverted, or say that this man
nitids a psychiatrist. He doesn't need one. Read the sex
manuals. This is an accepted- sex practice and is widely
aicc'pted nowadays. SEE THE LIGHT
IDEAR SEE: I'm sorry I cannot agree with you. No man
in our culture who truly loves his wife wants her to have
sex with other men. If his own sexual enjoyment is height-
ened by such a need, it suggests either that he may have
incinscious homosexual feelings or that he consciously or
unconsciously has a need to degrade his wife.
DEAR ABBY What happens to a man when he becomes
5 yeotars of age and wants to be young again? My husband
dislikes being addressed as "Grandpa," is now sporting
sideburns and a mustache Iwhich he dyes], asked for a
bicycle for Christmas, and is shamelessly carrying on a
,, 1'.i in with a 38-year-old woman.
uur 24-year-old daughter, who is a nurse, refers to his
hihavior as "the male menopause syndrome." and I call it
the fountain of youth disease."
What do you call it? CONFUSED
DEAR CONFUSED: I call it "geriatriphobia"-fear of
growing old. IIon't try to find it in the dictionary-I just
made it up. It's harmless, unless the flirtation has gone
hbcond the conversation stage.
DFAR ABBY: I am not well-known, but I am a profes-
sional artist Abby. you would not believe how many friends
and relatives expect me to GIVE them a painting! They
don't consider the hours I invest, not to mention the costs,
s 'th as canvases, paints, brushes, frames, etc.
This. is how I make my living, but in spite of all the
requests I've had, none of these people have ever bought
im as much as a meal.
People obviously have the mistaken idea that an artist is


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NOW SHOWING
Except Sat. Matinee. Evening 8:30- 'Phone 2-1004, 2-1005
Sunday Matinee 2:45 & 4:55, Eveninq 8:30
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When he is playing the hand,
and things look black for him,
he works out where
certain cards must lie in ordei
for him to get home, then
assumes that they do in fact lie
there, and acts on that
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The lesser player, tied firmly
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bad luck. That is n
difference between
but it is an
difference.
In a knock-e
contest, the final wa
with more than usu
as both teams
themselves as be
superior to all the
was a matter of pri
ordinary rivalry
trophy. Most of the
depressingly 'flat',
scope for a big s\
side or the other, u
the end of the match
came along. The e:
part of the sto
although it was
Spades in both
player went down
while the rival (
home in 7 Spades!
QJ97
AQJ 2
K 6 5
K65
KJ
10432
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97432
87
A 8 6 5
A865
103
AJ
A109
If the hand had
at the start of the
chances are that it
been played quietly
4 Spades, with an



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ot the only two in both rooms. But in view
n the two, of the tension created by the
important neck-and-neck state of the
match, the players got
out teams over-heated. After South had
as contested bid Spades, North could not be
al keenness, restrained, and after checking
thought of on Aces, went to 6S
ing greatly West led the 9 of Hearts, and
rest, and it from South's point of view it
de as well as all hung on the result of two
to win the finesses. As he needed only one
Hands were finesse to be correct, he figured
with little he had a 50' chance. So he
wing to one played dummy's 2 to the first
intil towards trick, which was won by Fast's
h, this hand King. He won the Heart return
extraordinary in dummy, then played the
)ry is that Queen of Spades, and felt a
payed in moment's elation when East
pla in produced the King. After
rooms, one covering with the Ace. South
in 6Spades, then led a small Spade and
icclarer got played dummy's Jack, after
which there was no chance of
recovery, and he had to settle
for one down.
At the other table, North
was even more excitable. After
K 1 C by South and 211 by
K 8 7 5 4 North. South ventured 2S.
Q 10 8 That was enough to set North
Q 6 5 2 alight, and before anybody
could draw breath. South
found himself in 7 Spades East
doubled, and there was no
43 further bidding.
The double in this situation
come along calls fr the lead of the suit
match, the first bid by dummy so West
would have obediently produced exactly
y in 3 NT or the same card as his
overtrick or counterpart at the other table,
the 9 of Hearts. Dummn was
put on display, and South
AI gulped his thanks.
This South, however, once
I L he had got over the shock of
inspecting dummy's resources,
was made of different stuff. To
start with, he knew very well
where the King of Hearts was,
so there was no question of
e lives" and taking the finesse. But next he
ery" will be had to find a way of disposing
o the public of his losing Heart. and he
turday Apl made a second assumption
turday Ai That will do to start with. ie
iment High told himself, and got down to
,m under the the play of the first few tricks.
amas Youth Dummy's Ace of Hearts was
wship. Come played. Then a small Diamond
friends to see from dummy to the Jack,
rnis. which held. Then the Ace of
Diamonds. And next, a Club to
Sdummy's King. Now came the
King of l)iamonds, on which
South threw his losing Heart.
And to round off this first
group of plays, South called
for dummy's Queen of Spades.
SAfter winning the trick with


his Ace, South took stock. If
East had the King-ten of
trumps guarded, the contract
was doomed, so it was
necessary to proceed on the
assumption that this was not
so. He led the 5 of trumps ano
boldly played dummy's 7. It
held. Now came the Queen of
Hearts, and East had to cover
with the King, so South ruffed,
and then made another
successful finesse in dummy,
playing the 9 of Spades after
leading a small one from his
hand. That left the position as
follows:
J
J 2
none
J


10
none
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8


none
75
none
Q6


none
none
none
A 1094
Now, thought South to
himself, East would not double
a Grand Slam on the strength
of the King of trumps and the
King of Hearts alone. He must
surely expect to stand a chance
of taking a trick in my other
bid suit Clubs. East could
be counted for 5 Hearts, one
Spade and exactly 3 Diamonds
on the fall of the cards, which
meant that he was known to
have left just the cards which
he actually had.
Dummy's Jack of Spades
was played, drawing West's last
trump, but that was purely
incidental to the exercise. The
operative effect of that last
trump was to put a clamp on
East from which he could not
wriggle out. If he discarded a
Heart, dummy's two Hearts
would both be good. And if he
threw a Club instead, South
could play dummy's Jack and
overtake in his own hand,
making all the Club tricks.
So South brought home his
doubled Grand Slam, and had
to endure some barbed remarks
when the scores were being
compared. The most
commonly heard remark was:
"I've never seen such luck;
everything was right for him."
What South knew, and what
the others failed to appreciate,
was that in such a situation,
',nle':s he acted on the
assumption that everything was
right, everything was going to
be wrong!
RC


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The Tribune - Friday, April 5, 1974


CLASSIFIED


SECTION


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


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REAL ESTATE


C14073
2 bedroom house Johtiot'
Terrace, fully fur nished w'Jll
to wall carpet large )pat.
$30.000. lel 5 l'0b cy, \.
42463 after 6 p m

C14025
4 BEDROOM, 2 titho.ni
unfurnished huus' with ii ,'oiu
and sewrinlq oor'. fI Li SALE
Call 3 1671 ill. /I 2 (I CE Ti ,
12:00: 2.00 p m 00
p.m. weekdays )

C 14039
AN ES7ATi ',
lovely housti ,I i '.r -1 '
5 acres with 3 "i1 e 'iee' l ...''
FRONT .- t.abir Bt'.'' i :
the GOLI) LCOAS'! ,eut'I -
be sold mrdivdic,,! S' '
appreciate Bv Jpoi' '......
please contact
NICK DAM \ A N 0 S
DAMIANOS Rt AL I '- AT
Dial 22033, 2.3"', .'
evenings 41197 /

C 14041
FOR SALt
9,000 sq ft oW A |
HOUSING 2-store .,
SHIRLEA Was $" .'i0 if
m a k e us an r I '
$67,500 00 Ser ,,' ,;
Income $8,400.00 v '.
days vacant possessions
DIAL DAMI ANOt.
DAMIANOS RE AL Y'i "'
22033, 22307. evernn",, 4

Cl14101
THREE BEDROOM .
home Ridgeiar'J a I
$24,000.00 O
Two bedroom hise ' I
Alley. Price $7.0r00 (0)
Two bedroom orne battn .
residence, Rot) s b._s r
Price $30,000 ')0 '
available or $21,1100 i
A wide selectici oi ..
commri ercial arid c ''sid'" '' t
New ProviJei ."
Islands
For in format, > J i I
Eslt.te 23921

t14035
FOR S.L ,
THE most ati'vo i i ,'.
after n ef gh b o'.i! t
WINTON GC,trow ci'' C i
with a 2 u'it b.i ,
house has thi'r ) r 1
baths, please ' .
separate di n ,j .'. '
del ightful itd :.
bedroom 1 b.ih 1;. '
Live-in orie a t
on ot othf i T j'i ** ; ,' I )
was $115 00 0 l .dui
$85,000.00 fo j
the action r
DAMIANOS i
22033 ,;'305 .
41197

C 1409'
CAN'T 4f ,. -
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HOUS" Thn ;,
onr '. '
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Fron s
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now
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Phone 21178 or 80932 21178
P. 0. Box N-4648
Nassau, Bahamas.


REAL ESTATE


L. 14 I /
TWO 'D ', t "I Jdtsjt lil
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. i O00 if sold
s>-e. 'te, 4 I000. Phone
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PI urs r i'sc u(I pri vacv amid
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Phone e owner 5- 7224


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


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I LAT MATE WANTED
14 1;'4
YOUNG HI LINGUAL. SWISS
MALI 24 REL C NTI V
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VY A0 STAY RLQU[STSI
Rt SPONSE FROM AN'Y
WISHING TO SHARE F LA 1
l E t IPHONF 21404 AND
ASK F OR MRS. McDONALD

CARS FOR SALE
t 14144
l'i'.' MERCURY Coui9.1
s'ejintg powci dis'
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Only 16,000 n t-,
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p.mi. 2343/.

c 14084
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S 140 /
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C140(1,
RESTAURANT flo sale Small
tkikp-rnit G i( d f itm ill business
invest ent Gi I at potential.
Business & equLip ientit
included. Call Mi D P. 21306
2323/.


FOR SALE


C -1135
APARTMS NJl
ike newv $] 2nI
Ph:, i ,1 IE ] i .,C
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C 14141
lit' .r
Sattidav Alil i ,th fioni 10
a IT)n to 4 i' a. t Skyline
aHeights. I *i oul,,' south of
P M I Wclt. QLi t articIles
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MARINE SUPPLIES

( 11894
1969 jt If I RIS CRAFT
.u jt r n clr 'i S i 'l ,iI private
,hower, tw( 30 1 h.p. ( rigines
with les', tliaI, 200 hoirS.
Kitchenll tti I( f < dit ion
(ail 242 7 '401 l

: 4 140
24' SE ABIR) inbotid out
t)O.rd l t tI p M) i ie cir L sr
w-i i ( a i; i ti ).i1, iti) ) shore
ridlno. V Er Itti ( ilpletely
re ~t ill a' i'' r t J', telI
RtughtIr lIje liboit i. il i( 5489
b twoen 9 00 1 m In i 9.00

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C14146
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C14145
ELL, LEASE i HARTF R
65 foot /le Genel it .00 Iter.





dependable, I dy t 1 go. S'ee at
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C14132
PEDIGoot REE black Labrador,

name of wJupiter", with
Humane Souety numbered
identification toig. from Grove
Avenue dabrea. West Bay Stree at
on April 2nd.'s Boat BEasily identified
by scar on nose. Reward for
information leading to his
return. Phone 2-2611 or
3-4461.


EVENTS I HELP WANTED


C 14092


VISITORS ARE ALWAYS
WELCOME
"NEW WAY OF HOLINESS
CHURCH OF GOD
'rth Street, Coconut Grove
Sri vices: Sunday School 1'0
j in
Setmon 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m

A CHURCH WITH A VISION
Pastor Bishop Sonnie u(
Pi under.

C 14148
lIL : BAHAMAS GOSPEl
MISSION. Montiose Averr:rit.
Shi ley Heights will be holdiiq
i r Thalksgivinr Seivice o:.
Sunday Aptli 7th at 3 p.n
( ele i t ing t he 2 1'.
.nnivelr Sry o(f the Foulding c'i
The Mission by Pastoi F.
Nottage. and Mtt s. Nottage al-..
thie 2nd anniversary of the Ne'.-
Ch lipel and the 2?ti
anrniver saiv of Mi A A.
I r;nscy ,Is Assistant Pds! '
''The uest speaker s t fo i
ocicasiion will be Pastor P. ,A
Gibsor, atid Pastol G. Patt
Other minister r the Gos-.)'"
will ": paticlpatinIg as' well -
many singing groups will I'-
.pppaji ing.
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED T)
ATTENDED
Pastcui aind E anquicst P
Gibsou w.i ; L, *he Gt :
Sp ake-r a t;i I ih Jt', si'.i ik
rtindt the / 30 p sev -. icv c
S iundaV alsio


PETS FOR SALE
C 14 143
[IAST C CHANCE! One Puci-
White Geima'n Shepherd Pul .
seven weeks old. Phone 5250"


CRAFT SUPPLIES

C 140152
Nc)W ii stit k .at ihjllijn
P,:',i Supply, BE y S en:'
* ( ''ru Cast
* '[)' oupLaq,'
* i iNdle CI f f
* r ,..i C aft
Phi w- 2 2i8o, 2-2898.


S SCHOOLS
C 14034
IF V ou are livri'g problems,
try rng to fred a Nii seiv Schoo1
call A. .C. NURSF RY, Phone
5809,. Ages fom 2 years to
5 vears

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.


WANTED
C14 102
WATEPr ROM ," ,h1' rni e
Eastein R,.dl ',i Aolst diy
Strter Ow t c ulh e Jll
?7 1



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M s R1 '.'L i\ .. i rI .V ,.. ri
to oL aii2'c'a ilt rii _'ti' t jt
23921 o ,.4?3 ,,

C 141 ',
LONG ISLr-',a L.u'ia
nmerchaI nt'. i.fdr i. r, t ch!i ken
and eiqq li'q jr' Thci d'lay
April l th,. "' be t b', 5
p n VWdc-.(edIa At'': ]OiA
GLAD'-1't O A.S 1
j48.!? ,. > -",*'


C(141'
DUE TO THE DEATH OF
HER HUSBAND THE LATE
CARL R. RUSSELL, MRS.
MARTHA RUSSELL HAS
BEEN UNABLE TO KEEP
HER BUSI NESS
COMMITMENTS BUT
WISHES TO ADVISE HER
CLIENTS SHE WILL
CONTACT THEM AS SOON
AS POSSIBLE.

DINING GUIDE
C 14141
SETTLER'S PUB & INN
BeaumIont- A(aide Bay Stieet
Telephone 97/3"
TOMORROW'S SPECIAL
Split Pea Soump
Curried Mutton
Stewed Turtle


HELP WANTED

C 14108
REQUIRE experienced
Supervisor for installing A:r
Conditioning, Refrigerat;on
Equipment and Fibreglass Duct
Systems. Also, knowledge of
Chill-Water Systems. Reply in
writing to: Phil's Refrigeration
& ELectric Motor Co. Ltd., P.
0. Box 5717ES. Nassau.


I 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.
I Must be familiar with all
phases of food preparation 'rnd
presentation and have thet
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 wor k to the
Executive Chef's specifications.
Contact: Pet sonnel Of'icp
Nassau Beach Hotel Tel 7//11
P. 0 Box N7756
C141 12
LYF ORD CAY CLUB ,equaies
the services of a Rahamian itoi
the position of assistant golf
pi o lfessional OQualifiCttions
rcquied include at lea,,t five
y,,ais ex per ni. e; the
Ceuivilenrt of A-7 Cana(lwin
P.G /A 1otory; ability to teatl h
golf to members, ind a ples'.tq
pei, ,.ton lity.
PIr'isc' leply in wi ituntl I tile


lay, P.
Nl -SSau.


Dire oli, Lyfoird
O0 Box N- ///),,


C14 122
LNGINE ER te(quir d with
BachIeluor of ScICrm e( i2 n
eIe( tr i alt 0i m et o diln adl
rnjilinee liniq or equivalent wi ith
,t least 5 years pIlctt al
expel rie co Please all 3 )I 21 I

(.1-1138
DIAMOND CRYSTAL SAL_
cOMPANY, Clarence Town,
L ong Island, Bahamas, hi),>
is Itio I i op 'n ft J
"Me thanic" at our Sorlai Silt
Salina.
AIplilcdnts must be Baha'man,n
"J.i' tho f qvv n}
q I 1r I I I D ii )I f o'r I
(ii l i i dtions:

MUST
] Be capable to rniuiintaiin
anod epp ir the. toi .wnity:
1 1. Wa e i v d
Trencher; Couh 241"-42''
propeller pumps. Richard
Palmer and Barber Greene
Salt Harvestei, MRS.
4 wheel Diesel tuck
tractor; Stepherns-Adam-
sons S linger; .II I
Rand Vane Type Anir
Compressor; Double De(ok
Pioneer Screen and Tyler
V ,)i j at i g Sc r een,
McLanahan thiee-rnll
iciutsher; Gorman-Rrupp
rind Rex Centrifugal


1 2 Earth Moving
ECqu ipment: Load King,
Coo k Challenge and
Peearl 's Bottom Dump
trailers, with Air and
F loct i m ally activated
dump n gates; Hr dee
trailers with mechanically
operated dump gates.
(Caterpillar: D 8: No. 12
Motor Graders; 944 Front
Loader, Gurries Field
Pl anner ; Vibrator
Compactor and Farmall
Ti actot .
2. Be qualified to maintlni
and repair:
Rockwell transfer cases;
Versa Air and E lectr, .i!ly
operated tcoit calves;
Diesel f.r,(j,,.'s turbo
I charges. ; uel Injection
eq uL i rpm n t ; Vickers
HydritaulI controls; I alk
spe'ed rdC ti( ers; Mader
lives atid HIydrIdulIc
pumps rid icks

3 Be tqualif I td n Di'esel
p O We I 1' n1)gtines, its
mlti' trlnit repairs and
mt tjllation
3 1 Cater pill a Enrglines
D 311 to D-353 G. M.
Ef tii'',. SemP s 53, 71 and
110 L I, t I)eutlZ, Onanr
and (.I II I I ',,]! [ -iesel

4 Be qualified to maintain,
repairn rid install gasoline
engine
4 1 Vehicles. Ford, Series
F 100 and 350 V. W .
Chauvrrlotm
4.2. Snall pIumpls with
Briqgs & StIatton engines

5 3io c.Ipable to nrmaintaini
repair and install:
b.1 Bar ber Greene Belt
Conrveyo Aggregates Belt
Conveyors arid Cartor Belt
Conveyor, fiom 24" to
36" wide ict ciVyPs and
sp-ed reduci ers


6 Must have so me
knowledge of Outboard
Motors, from 9 H.P. to 33
H.P.

7 Be able to do small
amount of welding and
braising.

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.


4


I POSITION WANTED


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

C14121
WANTE D: 3 experienced
Seamstresses excellent wages,
and benefits. Call for interview
2 3365.

C 13945
ASSISTANT Manageress
required for Out Island Cottag:
Colony and Club Responsible
for Food and Beverage
department and Housekoepinr.
Applicant must also be able tn
understudy for the Manager in
his absence. Must also have
minimurn of 12 months
previous experience preferably
in the Out Islands and have
college standard of education.
Apply in writing to: Green
l Uiltl Club, Grien Ttitlie Ca'-,
Abaci,

C14 114
CiEI GARDE MANGER
The Nassau Beach Hotel hJs an
opening for the position of
Gaide Manger.
The successful candidate
should be between the ages of
25 40 and have the necessary .
experience to take charge of
r,i i i.. in the food
preparation areas. Must be
creative and skilful in the ait of
preparing canapes, assenblirng
and presi noting hot and cold
buffets to the highest
standardsds.
Interested applicaritf contact:
Personnel Office Tel. /7/11 P.
0. Box N77/56 NJusci Beach
Hotel

C 14117
JOB VACANCY
The Nassau Beach Hotel hasat
opening for the position of
E 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 wfth modern
kit( hen techniques.
The responsibility of the Dost
covers all caterIng units
maintaining high standards of
food prepare nations and
presentation.
Be in complete control of
payrolls, scheduling arnd menu
planning and general
cleanliness in his areas.
The ideal candidate should be
between 25 40 years old and
have 1a good sense of
organisation and leadership.
CONTACT: Personnel Office
Tel: 7-771 1 P. O Box N7756
Nassau Beach Hotel.
C14064
A 'COUNTANT wit',
approximately ten year'
accountring experience for
position with Inter national
company with heardqtIuaters in
NassauI Duties and
lesponsibi ties will include:
Valuation of secLiurities.
accoi noting for forward
exchange contrtiacts, pomissory
notes and commercial paper;
a nd assisting with
consolidation of financial
statements. Written
applications should be sent to:
The Personnel Department,
The De I tec Banking
Corporation Limited, P. 0.
Box N3229, Nassaiu.

.140 1
COCKTAIL
WAITRESS-HOSTESS
For Pink PIssycat Club. Will
twirin looking for ex secretaries,
e x a line et c Good
',dura tort, attractive, well
gror i n o d A pleasant
,,rnosphere to work in. Hour'
9 pim. to 41 a.m. Mr. Richard
22325.


C 1406b
THE DELTEC BANKiri-
CORPORATION LIMITED
I equ ires four Chartered
Accountants or Certified
Public Accountants. Applicants
should have approximately five
years professional experience
with a public accounting firm
or an international financial
institutionrr. Mu be willing to
travel prima l i/ to Latin
America and I rope. Please
reply to Personnel Department,
The Deltec Banking
Corporation Limited, P. 0.
Box N-3229, Nassau.

C14107
DIVE MASTER REQUIRED:
Should have N A U I
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.

C14151
HOTEL ASSISTANT
MANAGER for Out Islands.
Minimum of 5-10 years
experience, preferable
non-drinker. Give full resume
stating salary requested to Adv.
C14151, c/o The Tribune, P.
0. Box N-3207 Nassau.


HELP WANTED


II


C14147
AUTO MECHANICS ABC
MOTORS LTD .
Must be experienced in all
phases of automobile work,
particularly engine overhaul.
Must have own hand tools.
Reliable and willing to work.
Good pay to right man. Paid
holidays and many other fringe
benefits. Apply in person to
Mr. Williams. Monday-Firday,
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

C14119

STUDENTS
International firm of chartered
accountants requires students
in their Nassau office.
Applicants should be
considering a career1 in
accounting leading to a
A.C.C.A. Degree The
successful applicants will have
at least 5 "0" levels. Including
English and Maths. Preference
will be given to those
applicants having an additional
2 "A" levels.
Please send resume of
qualifications, experience in
public accounting, if any, and
salary expected to: Touc.he
Ross & Co., Chartered
Accountants, P. 0. Box
N-7526, Nassau.

TRADE SERVICES

C141 10
LANDSCAPING and for all
your gardening needs,
trimming, hedging, pruning,
tree felling and beach cleaning
call 573/810. ILAWNS AND


HE DGE S.
reasonrabIle
service.

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SPECIALISTS
We repatl


PromptitptI
anId efficIent


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dn I tu t 1 n i ii -aindows. sliding
glass doors, all types of sc eens.,
awn riq window',. Jalousle
windows, and doors. PhoneI
54460


TRADE SERVICES


C14023
FOR your building needs and
CRANE hire see:
ISLAND BUILDERS
LIMITED
P. 0. Box N-4559
Phone 316/1 31672

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.

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

C14027

Pinder's Cutoms

Brokerage Ltd.

Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU BAHAMAS
P.O 0. Box N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
F0I IIPMENT
SPI CIAL 0)UO 1 AT I7NS
EXCE LLLNT SE RVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CON I A( T I.YMIAN PtND i
OR JAC-K CAS>1
PHONE.: 2 3795. 2 371' 2-3/79/, 2-2798
Airport 7-/7434
FREE [ESTIMATES


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Lucas Batteries iFashionette Ltd. 2-2376/7
I Bay Street Garage 2-2434 ,-
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SThe Christian Book Shop Cody's Records P-8500
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Printers 2-4267/5-401 1l| PAPER

CABINET MAKERS Comm rr,:al Paper
House 5-973'
Commonwealth
Furniture 31120' PRINTING
Wong's Printing b-4bUb
| CAMERAS Executive

John Bull 2-4252/3 Printers 2-4267/5-4011

i ENTERTAINMENT RADIO & T.V. SALES
:Mlovies 'Carter's Records 2-4711
:Film & Equip. Service 2-2157 RUBBER STAMPS
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GARDEN & PET || Wong's Rubber Stamp
SUPPLIES r- Co. 5-450o.
I Modernistic Garden SPORTS GOODS
& Pet 2-2868 ~
Nassau Garden & Pet Champion Sport Land 2-1862
rMontrose Avenue 2-4259 TRAVEL
H Playtours 2-2931/7
S HARDWARE R.H. Curry & Co., 2-8681/7

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TRADE SERVICES

C14022
SEWING MACHINE
PARTS AND REPAIRS
Island Furniture Company
P. O. Box N-4818, Nassau
Dowdeswell and Christie Streets
Telephone 21197, 23152.


apartments and hotels '_J ht3 -ft
Call 5-9404 ,4'a\F !
WORLD OF MiUSIC ni
Mackey Street WfT9s7
Next to Frank's Place S




GRAND BAHAMA


CLASSIFIED

II FIEEPOT EL. 35t2-46


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


HELP WANTED

C15012
MANAGERESS/BEAUTICIAN
with 5 years experience.
Applicant apply in writing:
Modern Beauty Fashions, Box
F-620, Freeport.

C14113
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT
FIRM seek a Senior Chartered
Accountant to fill staff
position in Freeport Office.
Send resume to Thorne Gunn
& Co. P. O. Box F-2566,
Freeport.

C15050
INTERCONTINENTAL
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
INTERCONTINENTAL
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
tec hniques, 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.


C15046
SHORT ORDER COOK: To
work in Cafeteria and also at
the Pool. Should have at least
two years experience. Health
certificate, police certificate
and letters of recommendation
required.


"It is exactly
course."


HELP WANTED
BROILER COOK: Must be
able to prepare steaks to the
specification of the orders and
also be able to operate broiler.
Two years experience. Police
certificate, Health certificate
and letters of recommendation
required.
BREAKFAST COOK: To work
in Staff Cafeteria preparing
breakfast for the staff
Members. Should have at least
two years experience. Police
certificate, Health certificate
and letters of recommendation
required.

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.
Police certificate, Health
certificate and letters of
recommendation required.
STOREROOM HELPER: To
unload trailers, check in the
delivery and store it in the
freezers. Must be able to work
in the freezers. Should have at
least two years experience.
Police certificate, health
certificate and letters of
recommendation required.
HAMBURGER & COFFEE
MAN: To work on the Pool
making hamburgers and coffee.
Should have at least two years
experience. Police certificate,
Health certificate and letters of
recommendation required.
BUFFET" & NIGHT COFFEE
MAN: To set up the desserts
on the buffet and make coffee
for all night services. Should
have at least two years
experience. Police certificate,
health certificate and letters of
recommendation required.
BAKERS HELPERS(2): Must
be able to make all types of
pastries. Should have at least
two years experience. Police
certificate, health certificate
and letters of recommendation
required.
KITCHEN CLEANERS (3):
Must be able to keep large
kitchen area clean. 1 year
experience. Pc!;ce certificate,
health certificate and letters of
recommendation required.
BAKE SHOP CLEANER:
Clean and mop bake shop,
keep all utensils and
surrounding area clean. 1 year
experience. Police certificate,
health certificate and letters of
recommendation required.

GARAGE MAN: To keep
loading dock clean and
compact Hotel garbage. 1 year
experience. Police certificate,
health certificate and letters of
recommendation required.
INTERESTED PERSONS
APPLY: GRAND BAHAMA
HOTEL, WEST END, Grand
Bahama. Personnel Office
between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
and 3:00 p.m. Monday through
Friday. Mailing address: 158
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Winning

Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
O of the mostst sUmulating
of some 100 bridge period-
cals now in circulation is the
American b-monthly Popular
Bridge. An original feature In
recent issues has been a quiz
entitled Impossible Contraet?
The idea is worth pursuing.
In textbooks everyone bids well,
so there are no bad contracts.
In real life, even at the summit,
Dad bidding Isnt unknown and
neither are misunderstandings.
Imagirative play can, at times,
make up for both, as here :


West
4 AK Q J
o Q
0A J 9 8
4A
Contract


East
10 9 32
Q K J 10 3
0 K Q 4 3
4 Q 6 5 4
74: Lead 4J


You'll have plenty to say to
partner afterwards about his
bidding, but meanwhile you
must try to give yourself the
best chance. What s it?
There are two lines of play
You can hope to find either de-
fender, presumably East with
*K. With three entries in
dumuy-the 0>2 is a Unk-you
ruff two clubs and hope for the
best.
Alternatively, you cover the
4J with 4Q to create the In-
pression that you have another
club. After drawing trumps,
you cross to dummy with a da-
mond and lead a low heart.

East Is likely to have the VA,
for West would, perhaps, have lelz
an ace agait a grand slam.
If, as seems likely, your bidding
sequence has shown you to hold
a spade- diamond two-suiter,
East may well play low thinking
that you are trying to set up
the VK for a club discard.


U W many
H words .f
P H four letters
or more call
you make
from tlie
letters shown
h er ere? III
I--- k I ing a
S Y word. ench
S L Y letter ma y
he used olree
only ': a h
word must contain the large
letter, and there must he at
least one eight-letter word II the
list. No plurals: no foreign words;
no proper names. TODAY'S
TAR(ET : Zi w ord s. good :
2t words, very good: 3' words,
excellent Sdilltion tomorrow.
YESTERI'AY'S SOLUTION :
lieer heel helle lell here beret
betel bier bile bite biter brier
leer leet litre rebel rehlte reel
retire rite TEItRIItI. tier tile
tiler tire treble tree tribe trier.


Chess
By LEONARD BARDEN




Ai
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.I L I I

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White mates In two moves,
against any defence-not quite
so easy as it looks. As usual, the
black pawn Is moving down the
board, from top to bottom of
the page.
Par times: 30 seconds, problem
master; 2 minutes, problem
expert; 5 minutes, good; 8
minutes, average; 20 minutes.
novice.
Chess Solution
1 Q-R7. If 1 . Kt moves;
2 Q-K7, or if K-K3; 2 Q-Q7,
or if P-B4; 2 Q-Q7, or if
B-K3; 2 Q-BS. or if B else-
where; 2 Q0-Q7.


No. 7,393 . by TIM McKAY
Across
I. Repaired. (7, 2)
;. Time past. (3)
S. Zoo animal. (3)
9 Consume. (3)
It. Stop press. (4. 51
14. Temper. (6)
15. Salmon river. (3)
16. Fine cloth. (6)
17. Marry. (3)
8. Traveller. (6) ()
19. Use at hobo (anag.). (5-4) -
22. Tell confidently. (6) 0
3. African river. (3. 5)
Down
I. Straw headgear. (6. 3)
2. Number of years. (3)
3. One In a crowded street.
perhaps. (4, 5i
4. Suit for trial. (4)
3. Fish. (3)
h. Opposite of quite right.
(4, 5)
10. Noted for their canals and
land reclamation schemes.
(3, 5)
12. More love. (
13. o e. N
(4)
I8. N 0 n


so en **.
(4)
to. Scottish
m oun-
taln. (3)
lI. D I f fI.
c n Ity.
(3)


-CARROLL RIGHTER'S

HOROSCOPEE

From the Carroll Righter institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: Concentrating
upon your long-range plans and how you can
make your possessions more valuable are the best ways to
get out of some difficult influences Try not to be so
personal with others but show your appreciation
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr 19) Make sure that you get that
work finished before going out for recreation with associates.
Try to minimize any tensions. Be kind.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Attend to a social matter
early and then you can handle important duties in the
afternoon Make some plans for the future
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Plan more delightful ways
of entertaining in the future Deeper devotion is possible
with mate if more affection is shown
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Add the artistic
and practical touches to your home and make it more
comfortable Your smile can drive away dissension
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Handle your correspondence
and make sure your accounts are in good order. Evening is
fine for the hobbies you enjoy with congenials
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept 22) Take care of personal
affairs in the morning Discuss monetary affairs with a
financial expert in afternoon. Have fun tonight
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct 22) Enjoying long-time friends
is preferable to making new ones at this time Make yourself
more charming when you go out tonight
SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov 21) A good friend can give
you fine ideas now Don't follow a hunch but use your own
good judgment and avoid trouble Be wise
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec 21) Contact only good
friends who have proven trustworthy in the past and ask for
their ideas. Home is your best bet tonight
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) You have a fine idea
in the morning but you cannot put it in operation since
there are outside matters you must handle
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb 19) Choose between good
ideas and those not so good and put the former to work
immediately. Steer clear of a jealous person
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar. 20) Contact creditors and
debtors and improve your relationships with them You can
now come to the aid of a friend with a problem
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY. he or she could
get into trouble if the temper is not curbed and your child is
not taught to cooperate more with others; otherwise this
could then be a charming personality and one loved by
others instead of resented Teach early that there are rules
and regulations to follow. Music lessons are fine here
"The Stars impel, they do not compel What you make
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12 The Tribune - Friday, April 5, 1974


ENGLAND BABA right to strip
POISED


( I1( I\\ VTI Relentless
Hank Aaron ascended into
baseball's throne roomt bh
whacking his 714th career
home run yesterday to join
Babe Ruth as the most prolitic
slugger in hislors
But the (Cininnati Reds
erased a d-1 deficit and nipped
the Atlanta Brases 7-(0 when
Pete Rcose .icd home all the
*A ,I hromr sccmd base on Buii'/
Capra's two-out wild pitch in
the I lth in ing.
Aaronr hit his record- t\ i
honmer in the tirst inning oil
(incinnati's Ja.k Billingiham It
staked the Bravss to a 3-0 1lad
hit the Atlainta bhu:lien. iIst
like most ot last \ear. a.is
unable to hold a lead.
Rose., who singled rod
scored in the tirT t inning .and
walked in th.e ei2ith precedolni
Ioni Perc/' tIhree-run hoirier
do(ublcd hJoImcie the lting irun in
the ninth iler (;Gore l 'scr
deit\erv'd two-out pinch
e.iniU^
With two ourit in the 0lth,
the deiclcndin' nationall I ea.'lrs
battmin.' halipionl dobhlcd
iguari oft Cal'ra. Atlantas lfthitl
pithcr. lie nhc n raced iall thei
was hioe when (C.pta
u1norkcid i wild pih ith at
rolled It the corni.'!e oi th
Braves' duio,,ut along the thidl
h se line
Dave Concepcion homered
'r CinciInnati'-t other run in
:hi Itth inni ng
Their game was Iess than hi,
Hiiimit-s old when the


Colonels, says Ferguson


40- ear-old Aaron, a native of
Mobile, Ala.. crashed his
historic homer before ae
sun-splashed .rowsd of1 52.154.
largest opening day turnout
in the 106-year history of
baseball's oldest team.
Aaron's 3t'0-toot blast pulled
himi abreast -0 a record once
considered 'i(,inattainable. The
ec, ,ord-ti sing Seat .atme 39 years
after Ruth retired tromn the
p Ime hie poptilari/ed. A\aron
5was one-tcai-old when Ruth
hit his final honi
An l Itllh-hor addition to
thie line-up. .irtoan's historic
homer carime aiter considerable
itC-pute anId diraIma. ThIe
que( stilon o(t his ni 11.!
sp.iwned a lfeud with baseball
colrmiissioner Bowssie Kuhn and
Br,t\e' brass. lhe team
!.nniiuncetied arlici this sprlnl
that Aaron would bhe withheld
until Atlantia's homeopeiin
-eries Monldac .
I h'e home; wIs his 'ih9th o'!
hi. tilionitec victims and his
tirst scaso"n i'pening roind-
tripper '.nid c.iime at 2 40
p i ,i t

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TO WIN

LAST TEST
PORT OF SPAIN West
Indies were struggling to save
the fifth and final test here
today.
England's bowlers,
ineffective for so much of the
series, at last dominated play.
And West Indies, 30
without loss overnight,
collapsed to 85 for five just
before lunch.
They were replying to
England's second innings
total of 2o3 and needed 225
to win
The West Indies reached
62 without losing a wicket.
Then a sudden trans-
tormation came over the
game.
Rowe was beaten in flight
and was out leg before
wicket to Jack Birkenshaw\
for 25.
Two more wickets fell for
the addition of two runs.
Kallicharan chopped a ball


T1ATIME SCORI.: West
Indles 166 for 8.

from Tony Greig on to his
pad and Fletcher grabbed a
catch as the ball popped
into the air.
Then Clive Lloyd came in
and Roy Fredericks, who
had made 36. was
immediately run out in a
mix-up between the two
batsmen. Geoff Boycott
threw the wicket down
from mid-wicket with
Fredericks stranded halfway
up the pitch.
Kanhai. who had made
seven slashed at a ball from
Greig and was caught by
Fletcher in the slips.
Two minutes before
lunch, Grieg struck again by
getting Lloyd caught and
bowled for 1 3.
West Indies are one up in
the series. Three Tests have
been drawn, with England
lucky to escape.
The final Test was
pre-arranged to last six days if
necessary.

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HOBBY HORSE race track
lineup for tomorrow:
FI RST RACE 6 Furlongs
CLASS K
Ist. It daily double
1. No Seat Jane 116
2. Hot Love 11 114
3. Ramsey Miss 8
4 I ady Rolle 116
S. King lire 114
6. Stoplight 118
7. 1 imbo Queen 118
8, tlirt 118
9. lBahy rwist i 18
Also eligibles.


Dark Star
Doe Doe
FI Pulsar
Angelina
SECOND RACE 6 Furlongs
('LASS M
2nd. hall dailv double
1. The Outsider
2. Roval Son
3. Morning Star
4. Kimho
S. Sib
6. Magic Prince
7. Leaping L.ena
8. Step In Iine
9. Seni lossa
Also eligibles
Clint
Htot Rod
HIRI) RA(E 4': Furlongs
CiLASS N scrapped N
1. Little River
2. ;Golden (;unea
3. Go Marry ;Go
4. Fleel Ioot
5. Flushing
6. Sling Shot
7 Not Me
8. Bird's Baby
9. Papa Doperlas
Also eligibles
Moon Maiden
FOURTH RACI 41; Furlongs
CLASS M
1. Stephanotis
2. Lil Will
3. Miss Nethlea
4. Las Hope
5. Star Witness
6. Liquidator
8 (it O (;it
9. Mama Waldee
Also eligibles.
Mandango
Birds Pie
FIFTHt RAt'I. t'urlongs
Bahamas racing commission
three year Old cup race
I Four V's
2. Spanish Dancer
3. June's Joy II
4. Poetry In Motion
5. Top Secret
6. Casper's Child
7. Shanadoah
SIXTH RAC- 6 I furlongs
CLASS H1
1. Sea Fury
2. Jubils
3. Bundio
4. Winchester
5. Sweet Thing
6. Knightly Manner
7. Lady Ena
8. My Account
c. Point Taker
SEVENTH RACI I urlongs
CL ASS I
1. Complete Image
2. Neysa's Joy
.3. Go Bill) Go
4. Amalone
5. Anonymous
6. Drink En Draw
7. Una Copa De Vino
8. Thricie
9. Miss Reward
Also eligibles:
Crow Dancer
Wall Fye
EIGHT RACE 6 Furlongs
CLASS N -- 2 year olds & u
1. Miss Shirlene
2. Lady Cleo
3. Regal Star
4. Little Tiger
5. Jungle John
6. Gunsmoke
7. Hydra
8. Boldlightning
9. Termite
Also eligibles:
Fidelity Jane
Aunt Clo


S E W I N N I NG
combination of defending
us bowling champ Jeff Albury
I18 and Kenny Russell proved
115 detrimental to the former
league leading (Guinness
Bowling Squad.
They put together a total of
116 1,162 pinfalls last night leading
118 Esso Tigers to a 3-0 victory
116 over Guinness and a two way
I16 tie with them for second place
118 in the Madeira League of the
16 Bahamas Bowling Associaiton.
1i However, it was Albury's
Supply that profited from the
confrontation. Their 2-1
iS victory over Pritchard's
increased their wins to 28
against I1 losses which gave
them a threatening one game
i, lead with only six more left to
116 play.
118 With confident bowling
I8 from veteran Sidney French
i6 and Merill Rodgers. Fsso Tigers
i6 who are the defending Madeira
Iib League champs stopped


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118
118
118
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116


By GLADSTONE THURSTON
THE BAHAMAS
Amateur Basketball
Association was right to
strip the Kentucky
Colonels of their 1973-'74
championship and suspend
indefinitely four of the
team's players.
This was the gist of an
address Mr. Vince Ferguson,
president of the B.A.B.A., gave
last night during a meeting of
club representatives at the St.
Joseph's School.
Ihe president, in clearing up
the present controversy,
pointed out that the general
body of the B.A.B.A. last
August voted down a proposal
offered by Mr. Sterling Quant.
chairman of the Constitution
Committee to re-instate to
competition ex-professional
athletes.
If ratified, this proposal
would have been submitted to
the Bahamas Olympic
Association for sanction.
However, the voting six
against, five for and one
abstention made this
unnecessary.
"Instead, the general body
agreed to abide soley by the
Olympic ruling on the matter,"
Mr. Ferguson said.
As the 1973-'74 season,
which began devoid of former
and current professionals, drew
to a close and the starting of
the baseball season drew near,
Mr. Ferguson said that people
began questioning him about
their playing baseball.
"I referred them to the
regulations governing
amateurs," he said. "In order


to assist in the matter, I again
reproduced Olympic rule 26
with interpretations and had
them hand-delivered to all but
Schlitz Sporting Club."
A covering note was also
attached explaining why the
circular was being distributed.
"Despite this fact and
despite the overall educational
process in the matter
throughout the year." Mr.
Ferguson continued, "certain
players decided to breach the
regulation by playing with or
against professionals or former
professionals without clearance
or permission."
Unfortunately for the
association, the situation of
these players came about at a
most inopportune time. Mr.
Ferguson explained that the
B.A.B.A. had worked
extremely hard in preparing for
this season's championships.
Tickets were sold far in
advance for the playoffs and
monies deposited in the bank.
Moreover, tickets were even
stolen from the car of one of
the B.A.B.A.'s executives.
Besides having to put double
time into accommodating both
players and spectators which
did not allow much time tor
doing much else apart from
daily work the executives
were showered with verbal
complaints about players
breaching the rules on
amateurism.
Complainants were advised
to put their charge in writing
and the Board would
investigate when it got some
respite from all the work that
it was doing.
"One member club followed
protocal and submitted its
complaint in writing and as


-Keep fit

and

learn

a game
THE MINISTRY of
Education and Culture's
further education courses in
recreational activities will
resume during the week ending
April 27.
Interested persons should
register at the Ministry's office
in Shirley Street.
Details of courses:
COURSE A "Ladies keep
fit": Instructor, Mrs. Valerie
Hardy. Fee $7.50. This is a
15-lesson course, and will be
held on Mondays and
Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the
auditorium of the Bahamas
Teacher's College, commencing
Monday, April 22.
COURSE B "Tennis for
beginners": Instructor, Mr.
Richard G. Adderley. Fees
S1.2. A twelve lesson course,
this will be held on Mondays at
5:30 p.m. and Saturdays at
2:30 p.m., starting April 22
COURSE C( "Improve
your game": Instructor, Mr.
Richard G. Adderley. Fees
S18.00. A twelve lesson course,
this will be held on
Wednesday at 5:30 p.m., and
Saturday at 5:00 p.m.,
starting April 24. Both Courses
B and C will be held on the
Tennis Courts at the Queen
Elizabeth Sports Centre.
COURSE D "Swimming
for beginners": Instructor. Mrs.
Valerie Hardy. This course will
run for five weeks, and will be
held on Mondays and Fridays
at 6:00 p.m. at the swimming
pool of the Bahamas Teacher's
College, starting April 22.
(OURSF: I "Get your
stars": A series of
instructions intended to lead
to proficiency in self-
preservation in the water.


soon as was feasible the matter
was dealt with," Mr. Ferguson
said. "The Board felt that the
matter should not simply rest
there, and so further
investigations were carried out.
proving other breachers of the
law."
A general meeting was called
for last week to go further into
the matter but a quorum 'ailed
to appear.
In reviewing the trend taken
by the association.over the past
two years, Mr. Ferguson
recalled that in the early fall of
1972, the B.A.B.A. (Fxecutive
Board) seriously began
considering competition
abroad.
So as to avoid encountering
any problems arising from
having professional athletes
those who are awarded
financially or otherwise for
their athletic skill) competing
under the local Association.
Mr. Ferguson said that he
forwarded a letter to Mr R.
William Jones. Secretary
General of the International
Federation of Amateur
Basketball seeking clarification
of an ambiguous clause in
B.A.B.A.'s constitution
The local basketball
association's constitution is
based on that of the
International's.
'Immediately after receiving
Mr. Jones' reply. I met with
nmy Executive Board, shared
their wisdom on the matter
and began to pursue what was
felt to be the best course of
action," Mr. Ferguson said
As the 1972-'73 season was,
already mid-way in progress,
Mr. Ferguson continued that
he proceeded to explain the
situation with the then current


president of the Bahamas
Olympic Association, Dr.
Norman Gay, and seek
permission to phase out
professionals from the
Association as Mr. Jones' reply
indicated they would have to
do.
"In discussing the matter
with the president of the
Bahamas Olympic Association,
I explained the fact that
basketball had included such
players in competition in good
faith, and that the B.A.B.A.
Executive Board felt that it
would not be in the best
interest of the game to simply
sever the newly ineligible
players immediately." Mr.
Ferguson said.
Dr. Gay concurred
Following that. Mr.
Ferguson said that he
contacted personally all the
professionals involved. and
informed them before the
general meeting which was
being called to appraise
member clubs of the situation.
In April of last year during
the B.A.B.A.'s first annual
convention the subject of
amateurism was again dealt
with at length and every club
was given copies of the
Olympic ruling." Mr. Ferguson
confirm ied.
Again in August at a general
meeting the issue swas debated
and explained but Mr. Quant's
proposal of re-instatnement was
rejected by the general bod,.

WRESTLING TONIGHT

\WRESTLING at Hirdland.
postponed last night, will go
ahead tonight


THREE YAR OLD



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(;unness 886-831. 908-851,
and 849-743.

Bowling without key
performers Mike and Billy
Albury, Albury's Supply got all
the help needed in Perry
Cooke's 211(510) and Charles
('ooke's 1904949) to upset
Pritchard's 58 handicap pins


enroute to their league leading
victory.
In other games last night
Star Insurance shut out
Tinker's Paint 789-779,
825-774 and 898-812. Patrick
Sweeting rolled a game high of
209(580). Terry Chea had a
254(556).
K.C. Auto won three games
by default over Heineken Stars.


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