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Publication Date: April 6, 1974
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IRegistered with oitmaster of Bahamas for p.>stage concessions within the Bahamas. Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper
VOL. LXXI, No. 114 Saturday, April 6, 1974.


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Bahamasair to hike Miami fare


BAHAMASAIR has applied to
Bahamian and U. S. authorities to raise
the found-trip fare on its Nassau-Miami
route from $50 to $56, it was announced
Friday.
The new fares "are to match such
increases to be instituted by U.S. carriers
on April 15," a spokesman for the
flag-carrier said.
The national airline also announced
that its April 28-June 27 schedules will
include "seasonal reductions in capacity
to certain family islands" and an increase
in capacity on the Florida-Bahamas
service "to combat possible adverse effect
on the tourism industry as a result of the
withdrawal of Pan American service."
The changes in schedules are expected 'in
the near future.'


Bahamasair's new Florida-Bahamas
rates will include an increase in a one-way
Nassau-Miami fare from $25 to $28. The
Freeport-Miami fares will be $26 one-way
and $52 round trip.
Bahamasair said the new fares "reflect
recent IATA (International Air Transport
Association) resolutions affecting routes
and rates between Florida and the
Bahamas, as well as a seven percent
world-wide surcharge brought about by
increased fuel prices."
Although yesterday's statement refers
to the cut-backs in out island service as
"seasonal reductions," Bahamasair board
chairman William Allen announced oni
April 1 that the airline was beginning a
programme to cut both staff and


schedules as economy measures in the
face of "severe increases in operating
expenses as a result of escalating fuel
prices and a heavy payroll burden."

The Tribune has since learned that
about 30 of the airline's 400 staff
members were to be axed. The services of
eight pilots have already been terminated.
(See story below).
There was, until yesterday, no further
word on economy measures in the area of
scheduling. Although yesterday's release
attributed the out island cut-backs to
"seasonal reductions" from Mr. Allen's
earlier statement it is clear that the
scheduling changes will aslo reflect an
attempt to reduce operating expenses.


Eight Bahamasair


{g are


BAHAMASAIR. which this week dismissed 15 per
cent of its pilots, was slated to increase its flight
schedules from June 28.
The apparently contradictory position taken by the company
has raised a number of questions regarding administration of the
airline.
"Unless Bahamasair means to rehire these pilots after the
annual post-Easter cut-back, there is no possible way the
company can increase its schedules as had been planned," an
informed source told The Tribut


I he pilots who were
dismissed were: George Pearce
Jr. Kirkwood Carey; John
Arteaga; Lee Smith and Paul
%ranha all of whom are
Bahamians; Denis Christian and
Jerry McNew, both ot whom
are American, and Garth
Massey, a C('anadian who has
been a long-time resident of
the Bahamas.
It was Captain Massey who
was at the controls when the
BAC-I111 on which Prime
Minister L ynden Pindling and
Mrs. Pindling were travelling
experienced engine trouble on
March 3,J.
The plane landed safely at
Nassau International Airport
with the passengers unaware of
what had happened.
Captain Massey was also in
charge of training for
Bahamasair.
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Bahamasair board chairman
William C. Allen announced on
April I that staff and schedules
were to be reduced in an
economy move intended to cut
ope rat ing e expenses.
A ppr ox inatel 30
employees, including eight
pilots, were served with
dismissal notices immediately,
but the revised schedules wver
not to go into effect until May

In fact it was the company's
intention, in the normal course
of events, to reduce schedules
after the end of the Faster
season on April 28 and restore
them again on June 28.
As late as last week the June
28 schedule called for more
flights than the coinpany is
presently operating.
"Bahamasair had barely
enough pilots for its present
schedule. It will have enough
for April 28 to June 28, but
will certainly not have enough
if it goes ahead with its June
28 schedule," The Tribune's
source observed.
SI V RANCF PAY
It was pointed out that none
of the dismissed pilots were
asked to work out their two
weeks notice. The eight, all of
whom were the last to be
hired, were instead given two
weeks severance pay, any
vacation pay due them and
payment for April 1, the day
they were let go.
Until the end of this month
therefore, Bahamasair is flying
its regular schedule but with

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eight less pilots. Bahamasair
r-,w h"s 44 pilots, nine of
whom are non-Bahamian. The
source noted however that the
company was running the risk
of pilot fatigue.
Pilots required to undertake
the strain of ten take-offs and
ten landings every day could
not be classified in the same
category as other employees.
sFor each take-off and landing
the pilot must go through a
complete check-down to see
that all systems are functioning
properly.
"That is where the fatigue
comes in," the source said.
The effect of the dismissals
has had a demoralising effect
on the pilots in their present
wage dispute with Bahamasair,
The Tribune was told. Five of
the pilots were Bahamian.
Their dismissals came just a
few hours before the Bahania
Islands Airline Pilots
Association was scheduled to
hold another round of talks
with management.
Some of the pilots view the
dismissals at this particular
time as deliberate victimi/ation
intended to break the back of
the BIAl.PA wage protest.
Vhe, also fe:tr that whei


fired


Bahanmirsair is reads to restore
schedules it will hire
non-Bahamians in preference
to the eight who were fired.
B IAl.IA however has,
'refused to make an. further
comments to the press at thell
request of I abour Minister
Clifford Darling The pilots
whio were on a work-to-rule
slow down hiavse agreed toi
restore then i goodwill to the
coim.nn tbut for the Ii moment
no further progress appears to
have been made.
Ilie source said that whenl
B a ha nmasair first began
operations list July there was
little disciple e iIloInIg t ile
pilots. Ihiss ear however, "'their
performance has been up to


anv in the world, and they
have been doing a good job in
the last few months."
I he recent dismissals are
likely to have a negative effect
on morale, he added.
The source said that the
pilots, instead of arguing first
about money. should try and
win management agreement to
a contract whose clauses'
conlforrll to sianLdard pilots'
contracts in other parts of t1ie
world.
lic pointed out that
Bahan.isair could have a great
IitUre if run intelligently. "The
Airline is protected from
competition. If it canllo
progress under these cronditi on
Swhio can?"


HUNDREDS of mourners
attended the funeral
yesterday of Miss Emmaline
Butler, second daughter of
Governor-General Sir Milo
Butler and Lady Butler. Miss
Butler died suddenly at the
Princess Margaret Hospital
Monday. Services at St.
Matthew's Church were
conducted by Bishop Michael
Eldon assisted by Canon
Addington Johnson and
Bishop Donald Knowles.
Burial was in the church
cemetery. Lady Butler,
helped by son Raleigh is
shown being offered
condolences by a friend. The
Butlers have long been
members of St. Matthew's
parish.


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Mother & daughter



lose everything in



$70,000 home fire


By DALE SAUNI)ERS
Rubble was all thal remained after a fire destroyed this
S70,000 home on Winton Heights about 1.30 a.m. Friday


morning.. (See picture above.).
The nine room, two-storey
building was owned and
occupied bh Mrs. Patricia
Ferguson.
Living with her were her
daughter, Vernica, and her
six-year-old grandson. 1 lwood.
However. Vernica, who is a
stewardess with International
Air Bahama, was out of Nassau
on a flight. She flew into
Nassau yesterday evening.
An eyewitness said that Mrs.
IFerguson was just able to get
her car out of the garage when
cans of paint, which were in
the garage, exploded
Police are investigating tried
cause of the blaze.
Asked what she thought was
the cause of the fire, Mrs
Ferguson said. "I really don't
know what happened Your
guess is as good as mine All I
know is that I heard the dogs

Puzzle prize

is increased
SORRY puzzlers, still no
winner this week.
But the Tribune's prize for
the Crossword Puzzle winner
has been increased and
besides the fabulous $4,220
Orlando Clipper Cutlass
deluxe model and 50 h.p.
Johnson or Evinrude engine,
includes a $325 Gaitor 15-S
trailer to complete the prize.
Last week's solution is
found on page 6 and the new
puzzle and full rules on the
back page today.
Unfortunately last week
the Key Words List omitted
the word "cluttered" which
was the answer to One
Across. The judges accepted
the alternative word
"clustered" due to the
Tribune's error. We apologise.


Hotel rates likely to rise to meet 'appalling'


WHAT a senior hotel
official termed the "appalling
increases" in electricity rates
announced by Works Minister
Simeon Bowe in the House of
Assembly Wednesday will
add a full one percent to the
operating costs of hotels in
New Providence.
And some hotels may have
to close down for part of the
year if these costs continue,
one hotel official said.
Another hotel executive
estimated that the utility price
hike would add a further
$1.40 per room per night to
existing rates for small hotels,
while the larger hotels faced
increases of at least $2 per
room per night.
The 2 cents per unit
"surcharge" announced
Wednesday to come into
effect immediately increased
the present I cent per unit
surcharge 200 percent to a
total surcharge of 3 cents per
unit on the average base rate of
4.25 cents.
How the hotel industry will
face this additional cost
increase is yet to he seen, as
the utility costs represent a
substantial portion of hotel
operating costs. But it is
practically inevitable that some


increases in room rates will be
fortlhcosning.
"'Thiey (m Governient) don't
want us to raise our rates
because they sa\ we're
outpricing ourselves, but the\
keep socking it to us," said one
hotel man.
ONI OF IIIG;III SI
New Providence hotels pa.\
one of the highest rates in the
world for heat,. light. power
and water. "(Our utilities cost
more than three tires that in
Mia mi.-" said Trevelyan
Cooper, executive director of
the Bahaimas HIotel
Association.
The government sponsored
Dayton-Keenan Report into
the local hotel industry
compares our utility costs with
those of hotels in other parts
of the world. The utility cost
per room per day in Florida is
$1.3(6 while those in the
Caribbean are S2.07 per day,
Puerto Rico $2 51), Hawaii
$1 03, while the cost per day
here is $3.35.
The Report states that the
cost for utilities per year per
room for Florida hotels is
$500, for the Caribbean $756,
Puerto Rico $948, Hawaii
$376, while the Nassau hotel
costs are an astronomical


electricity price hikes


S 1.224 per year.
'APPALLING'
Mr. Cooper said that lir
hotel industry had madce
representation to Government
about the "appalling increases"
in those costs which would
have a serious impact on
operating costs.
And although the hotel
industry lost $10 mInillion last
year a drop of 1 1 percent in
occupancy was given as the
reason this winter, so tar,
and despite the world-wide
energy crisis, has been good.
"Almost booming," said Mr.
Cooper. However, these
increases in operating costs
could deal a very serious blow
to the industry.
Association president
Anders Wiberg said that the
problem was one that the
industry had to face, and the
Association was obliged to do
something about it
lie felt that hotel room rates
would have to be increased.
The BHA has had cards
printed that will be distributed
to all hotels for placing in


individual roonis beseechIing
visitors to help inanagenienlti in
saving tuel, light and p.\r'.t
costs.
The Association is also going
to explore alternative poh.er
supply sources perhaps solar
energy or even windmill driven
generators
70 p.c IN('RI .AS
And while the hotel imdustr\
faces a severe blosw to its
operating expenses, local
businesses also face the same
serious problem.
The Tribune estimates that
its own electricity costs
exclusive of other utility costs
have increased over 70
percent since the beginning of'
this year.
Deputy General Manager of

WHALER FOUND
A 15-foot Boston Whaler,
minus its engine, was found
drifting 15 miles south of
Great Stirrup Cay today by the
barge Bahamas Improver The
captain picked up the whaler
and brought it to Nassau.


BIH' Peter Bethel confirmed to
I he tribune that Nwithout the
increased 2 cents per unit
surcharge. BHIC stood to lose
S1 15 million in 'fuel costs this
y ear
rli Bethel said that the
esC'tIn ted1 annual return to the
Corporation from the
surcharge wa S5 million.

HORSE SHOW
A- FII R a wet start the
I astern I equestrian Society's
third annual horse show got
underway today with 226
entries and nearly 90 riders
taking part
I he show continues
tomorrow at 10 o'clock at
Camperdown Ranch off the
Eastern Road.
JAMAICAN OFFICER
TO VISIT FREEPORT
ON Wednesday. April 10, a
Jamaican consular officer wii!
be at the training centre of the
Port Authority at the Kipling
Building, Freeport, from 9 a.m.
to I p.m. and from 2.30 to
4.30 p.m.


barking and that woke me up.
That was after twelve o'clock.
Then I smelt sinoke and I ran
out of the house. As I ran
downstairs I saw fire by the
meter box in the garage, so I
guess that's were the tire
started. The house was built
with a lot of wood in that area,
so I guess that helped the tire
to catch. I think the meter box
might be the reason because we
have had trouble with the
lights before; sometimes half of
the lights would come on,
while the rest of the lights
would be off
"Alter I w.,' u;i if '.he
garage I could see thie fire
spreading through the house,
and I heard lots of little
explosions because in the
garage there was a cabinet full
ot paints, turpentine, gallon
and quart siue bottles of
insecticides and a lot of garden
products. They originally
belonged to the I english people
who I bought the liouse from
in June. 1972. The\ told ine
what the garden stuff was for,
and I had used some of it.
NOTHING 1.11
"I lost everything in the fires
except a load of dirt\ clothes
which I had in the car to take
to the laundromat, and it I hads
taken them when i had meant
to I would have lost them too
because I ati sure the\ wou,,ld
hase been folded up and put
away.
"'My dauighlit r lost
every thing she owned because 1
\k as onl. able io get into her
room and grab a hanky I
didn't even have ,t of her
clothes in the lirundrornat
things because the' 'were only
sotie iof t ii\ clothes arid nyi
igranidslton' clothes
"I1 ant put bick sears
I na ncriall because we now
havse to start from scratch all
over again But I atill not going
to worry\ lto oismuch about it I
list thank thle Lord that in\
grandson and I are alieC.
because it you had seen how
the fire went through tihe
house. \ out'd kno\\ what I
mean I1 the dogs' barking
hadn't woken il'e uip, w\,e could
very easily have been trapped
"I suppose I will be able to
get a home again sometime.
but I don't think we will be
able to get such a nice house as
this one, because when we got
it \we got a good buy. It was a
Finco mortgage and they%
insured it for 570,000 I
believe they insured it with
Dominion Life,
"I went back to the house
yesterday with a relative of
mine because we thought we
might be able to salvage
something, if only some
spoons, but there was nothing
left.
But, like I said. I am not
going to sit down worrying
about it, because that wouldn't
be good for me: and I believe
as long as you believe in the
Lord, everything will be all
right. After all, as long as there
is life there is hope; and though
we may have lost all our
earthly possessions, it is a
blessing that we are here. I am
worried about my daughter
losing everything, but I think it
will work out all right."


CORNFELD


BLAMES

l VESCO FOR


I.O.S. MESS

I ONDON Ie1 In.
('ornteld. Former he ad ,
Investors Overseas ServilC
(IOS). promised Saturday to
help thousands of people ,i:
back the money they lost with
the collapse of his billion-do!l -
financial empire tomr cars .ia,
After nearly a, ycar in a
Swiss jail. ('ornield, .47. was
back in his luxurious London
home after putting up 1 ;
million dollars bail for his
release
"I do care that people not
their money back and will do
all I can to see that they (. l '
the bearded financier told a
news conference. le dlid not
explain how he would go about


As ebullient :- ".,,
Cornfield posed first w ; aer
pretty girls.
"I think they're nicci lth,.-
ever." he grinned.
('ornteld was arre:.,cd
outside his (;eneva home lta
May 14. He claimed Saturday
he was "detained for
questioning" in connection
with mismanagement and
irregularities in certificates but
was never charged.
lie had been questioned for
1) da' s, said (ornfeld, adding:
"The maximum penalty tor
nnsmanaginent could be three
years After having served
two-thirds of a sentence vyou
are allowed out, and I have
a Iready served one-thi, d
without being charged-"
('ornfeld told newsmen his
lawyers spent weeks gathering
cash for his bail and about 100
friends had contributed toward
it
Corinfeld founded and ran
lOS until he was ousted, in
1970 by iival finani 'r Robert
Vesco. At court hearings he hiis
repeatedly blamed Vesco for
the collapse of his giant miutiitl
fund organization.
Vesco now lives in Cost;,
Rica which has rejected an
extradition demand by the
United States.
Vesc.o is wanted on changes
of violating secunlties
regulations and has been
indicted by a grand jury in
connection with a $200.000
contribution to President
Nixon's election campaign
ftIund.
(ornteld said he would go to
the iUnitcd States within a
week. lie was not worried, he
said, about going there since he
faced no charges of ian kind
there in conne ti'n i .ilh lOS


14 bombs go

off in London
liOli'N \ A rash ot tfire
honrbings erupted at crowded
stores throughout north
London Saturda', police
reported.
A total of 14 bombs
exploded within an hour but
there were no reports of ;in\
casualties and damage wa:s
ininor.
Police said four gatsoline
bombs exploded at the Marks
and Spencer and B1itisli Ilome
Stores in Wetnbles high street
I'iremni suspected other
incendiary devices might be
concealed in the bhuildings.
I our other bombs went olt
at Welwyn Garden (ity, three
at ;x bridge and three at
I dnmonton all on the northern
fringes of the capital.
Ihe Marks and Spencer
chain stores are Jewish-owned
and the explosions coincided
with the Jewish feast of the
Passover. (AP)
STILL NO WORD
BASRA has not been able to
confirm a report on Radio
Station Z.N.S. this morning
that Mr. Simeon Hall and his
seven-year-old son lincoln,
missing since Wednesday, have
been found.
The couple left the Market
Range after four o'clock
Wednesday


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Tornado-torn towns pick up the pieces


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overrun

outposts

PIINi i\1 PI Nil liree
government outposts southeastl
of Phnosi Pctiii were toveitin
in the last 24 horse. a d it ore
:han 400 soldiers and civilians
w ere either killed' xotunded. or
missing, surivois said todaay
I'ield report, ,, s ii si il c
600 soldiers vith their tainiles
had been manlTniTng the
positions along Route 30 aIdi
on Kbal Island in the Ha,,ss.
river when Communist torves
lauitinched the attacks
Meanwhile. Khmc it Rouge
forces battled will 'o\ernl ncitt
defenders for the third straight
day outside Kainpo'. miltiar,
sources said
After tittci ho iuse-to ho:Usc
fighting government lorce'
pushed back the itnsurgents.
killing about 100 Khmer
Rouge and losing ii")
.5 ernnient troops killed or
wo,.unded, the sir said.
Some 700 governnitcnt
reinforcements have heeil
ferried into the area b\ N.i\
transports in a bid to block te
insurgent advance, the sources
said, while U.S. jtndi
Cambodian air Force transport
planes continued dropping
supplies into the town
Kampot, a port city 85 iles,
southwest of the capital. has,
been tinder insurigent pressure
since early March. ( AP)


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Tornado daz ed
co mmuinities from
America's deep south
to the Great Lakes
struggled to meet the
needs of the injured
and the homeless and
began to burst their
dead today-
The death toll from
the tornadoes stood at
more than 300, with
about 4,500 injured.


Thousands muire weir
ho neless, and intisi ed
property dtlamagce was
estimated at about a
half- billion dollars iin
the 14 states aiid
portions of Canlada hit
by the twisters
Tw v National
G uiardsmen wxnere
killed toda wlhncit lire
swept through a
furniture store iin
Xenia,. Ohio, ion ot


lthe towns hardest hit
btN Wednesday's
tornadoes
A guard spokesman
sa aid the men
app.nel ii entered
the stuor to seek
refuge from a freezing
rain. noticed the fire
and werc trapped by
Slamens and smoke
while investigating it.
1 firefighters brought
the bla/e under


control and hour
later.
In Ohio, as in other
tornado -stric ken
states, National
Guardsmen were
called out to patrol
against looters and
help the cleanup
efforts.
In many areas there
was little left to loot
and much to clean up
and rebuild.


Volunteer workers
converged on stricken
areas. The screech of
chain saws filled the
air. and bulldozers
pushed splintered
wood and debris into
huge mounds. The
survivors began
sorting out the pieces
of their future amid
the remnants of the
past.


Statesmenuse Pompidou


memorial


PA RI S tWorld statesien
vwho gathered tody for the
lmemoria! lor President (eorges
Poiipid lo at Notrc D)allei
Cathedral cr-sscrossed the cutl
in the .iftetnoon for a series ot
IInt 1 ll i Ist! s w itl1h I rCI L
o!fi icals anId each other
President Richardi Nixon v asi
scheduled to call on Alain
Poh-II. intetIim President ot
trance, .At the I lvsee P'alace
antd later holld I .. with VWes ,
( ierinmian C(hancellor v 1'.,
Hranidlt Brtisli Pritme Ministr'


laIoidd W ils)on,
P tI,' Itd c7 t (! io v a I) i l e o
Dans!h Premier Poult il
Inl .1 change ot lis
ptiog'aine Nixon di'ci
s'ti, iT Paris S.iaitrd:.x :;i:
w, il! ,eet w ithl Ja
P i li r Kakutci linaka
mtorii;ns before i ling t
S.ash Igton.
I he French govci inI.1
et \l.ix 5 as the diate
're uil ':tial elec' tiu ns i
i. a. gatheliting ini
p c c.il intI irue


day for talks


Italitn anything since the (;aullist rise
ni A.id to [power in I t58.
'.1 I he struggle for power
UI !gi. i! withinin the ranks ot thec
dcd ti i 'aullist-led majority was in
ght- le contrast to the soleimnitx ot
i pan-C" tlhte high requiem mass iot
s tile. 'oipmpidou in Notre Damet
- C.illhedral.
With secret meetings,
cnt hit- reported offers of bargains andl
r deals, a political mood ot
S.i' stability akin to the
ale' '' pre-Gaullist post-war era in
11i-k11' 1 c ranice seemed to be


developing. l)e (;aulle"s
domination of French political
life had reio\ed tile pioce.ss
and "). n.I'I.i. ., ,as hi'
successor, was able to keep thie
Gaullist ranks closed.
Political soulIcs said thlat Iin
attempt by Piennei Pieritc
Messnmer to regrIoiiip tli
n a j o rity atei e
an nou ncelienl t ol [ 11e
candidacies ot former t'tie,,i
Jaciques Chaban Delmas aind
National Assembl Pitesuid e
SFdgar Faure had failed.
Chaban was reported to, hai'
refused to drop out ol the rac-e
and Faure said lciae "'I doi'i
plan to let in- ca, dida.'
become the object of dci "
With the possibili\ ,u t Ihe
a n ouncenient it oilihe
candidacies, notably tlii .,
Finance Minister \ ,Il \
( iscard D'Estaing, tlie ii ,iriii
last faced with oti i< iliet,
nation a less cohest e ii' I a.
than the left wing. i ,.o' i
Mitterrand, the lead tl the
Socialist Party,. .xwas ,,
certain of beconmitn thlie sole
candidate of a unm;i;,d lett
front including the ( ommtii nii t
Party.
There were 'iin eitic
reports that both Iure a
former premier wihi ihreI
liberal approach thlian thutl ol
the traditional iauiillis,.n and
C(haban Delmas had 1','en asked
to drop tout of rh,- rai.e i
favour of Messo er.
Political sources said t I
deadline passed lFIid:i\
afternoon tot r an initiI
comtprtmise and that the i\vo
men were going ahead withethe
candidacies the\ annout e10 Ii L
Thursday.
The division in the maoritit
was ; "I. RI .1 in its decision to
set May 5 as the date lor the
el-ection. It wvas widel
expected that April 2'S would
be selected, bu1t Ponipidouli
('abinet picked tlice latest
possible late ior tlthe .il.. I. ,-
Under the contsitution, gatiing
extra tnme ito cloe its ranks.
All candidacies now ma be
decalred or withdraw xl
until miidi-eht A'pril Io.

Monona_7- --


THE ISRAELI military
command said a Syrian
ground force attacked an
Israeli position on Mt.
Ilermon today and was driven
back by Israeli aircraft and
artillery.
It was the first time Israeli
airplanes had been called inii
since the Syrian front became
the scene of daily fighting 26
days ago.
Atn announcement in fel
Aviv said the force struck
about 11:45 a.m. and Israeli
"'aircraft were brought into
action to stop the Syrian
column. Artillery fire also
was used.


I he Syrians withdrew 30
minutes later, a coniluniqtue
said.
Israeli forces have been ont
a high alert tor the past week
or more along thie embattled
Golan Heights frout which
includes the 300-square mile
wedge of land captured froi
Syria in the October war.
A military spokesman in
Damascus confirmed the
attack and said there was no
damage
At the same time, the
Syrian spokesman said Israeli
artillery shelled the Nillages of
Arna and lDairha til Mount
H1er mon. [The Syrians


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returned the fire and the
clash was still continuing at
0175 est, thile communique
said.
Israel prepared to celebrate
passover at sundown
Saturday, but its troops were
kept on alert and a special
siren that was to have
signalled the start of the feast
was silenced.
The country still
remembered that the last
Middle East war broke Oct. 6
on the dawn of another major
holiday, Yom Kippur. That
war cost Israel nearly 3.000
dead and missing.


agnostic'

entered the HousL of
( initins where he served
until his retirement in 1970.
I rom 1964 to 1966 he was
l minister ot Housing and Local
s.in crinent antid from 1966 to
\'ix Secretary for Social
Sciurl t and lHealth. During his
.mi nistiation lie championed
-ate financed faniiii planning
ntld higher pay fort nrscs.
In I 970. (Clossmlan becaeic
eLlitor ot the New Statesmian to
Mhiiih i he had n tori uted for
17 \eis. Two \earNs later hlie
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Healey

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LONDON Chancellor of
the Exchequer Denis Healey
today attacked the
opposition Conservatives for
trying to bring down Harold
Wilson's Labour Government
b\ what he called
"Mi.irilli iln smears and
innuendo."
Hte claimed the
Conservatives were afraid to
challenge the Labour Party in
Parliament or at the polls and
so had resorted to a smear
campaign against Wilson
involving a one-million-pound
( 2.4-million-dollar) land deal.
The Prime Minister has
brought libel suits against two
newspapers which linked his
personal secretary, Mrs.
Marcia Williams, 41, and
members of her family with
the transaction.
1rs. Williams also has
started libel actions against
four newspapers.
In a television interview,
Healev said lie hoped the
affair would not bring a rift
between the Labour Party
and the media, but added:
SThere is no doubt that
some newspapers have
behaved in a way reminiscent
of the worst days of
McCarthyvism in the United
Slates."
Scotland Yard detectives
were investigating newspaper
reports that a letter bearing
Wilson's forged signature was
written in connection with
the land deal.
Ihey interviewed property
developer Ronald Milhench,
who is reported to have
received the letter. "He has
been most cooperative"
commented Chief Super-
intendent Alan Jones.
Jones met with Wilson at
his Downing Street residence
and visited the London
offices of the Daily Mail,
which claims it has photostat
copies of parts of the forged
letter.
Anthony Field, a friend
and former aide of Wilson's,
issued a statement denying he
knew anything about "the so-
called forged letter."
He said an estimated ne
profit of 1 10,000 pounds
(264.000 dollars) was made
on three land deals at the
L ancashire town of
Ince-in-Makerfield in which
lie was involved.
There have been no
suggestions that Wilson was
personally involved in the
property transactions or that
the deals themselves were in
in way illegal. (AP)
Trpia


CHAPIN IS


CONVICTED


OF LYING


WASHINGTON Dwight
Chapin, once president Nixon's
Appointments Secretary, wao
convicted yesterday on two
counts of lying to a grand jury
investigating political sabotage
in the 1972 U.S. presidential
campaign.
Sentencing of the 33-
year-old Chapin, now an
airline vice president on leave,
was set by U.S. district judge
Gerhard A. Gesell for May 15.
Chapin will remain frcc
without bond.
Immediately after the
verdict, delivered by a jury that
deliberated nearly. Il' hours.
Chapin walked over to his
weeping wife and kissed her.
He was the eighth former
White House aide convicted
either by guilty plea or trial.
The jury of seven men and
five women found Chapin
innocent of one count. A
fourth count was dismissed by
Gesell during the five-day trial.
Each count carries a
maximum penalty of five years
in prison and a $10,000 fine.
Chapin was invited by the
judge to submit "all the
information about yourself"
before sentencing.
The jury was asked by the
judge how it voted on the first
count in which Chapin was
charged with making two false
statements to the grand jury
last April 11.
Foreman Charles L. Wesley,
a retired postal worker, said
the jury convicted Chapin of
lying when he said he never


discussed distribution t
campaign literature
Donald H. Seretti,
acknowledged political ,lit.
teur hired by Chapin.
But the jury fotiund
Chapin had not lied o
second part of the count ,ir
he was charged with ta,1,
denying that he knew Sei
had distributed statement
Despite the split on .
q question, Chapin .ti-
convicted on that tcotint \p

Khadafy

pushed

aside
BEIRUT Libyan Pre,
Abdel Salemb Jalloud t .it
stripped his boss. (c
Moammar Khadaf. :,
power and pushed him
figurehead position, ac.,,:
to reports from Tripohli ,,d-
The Egyptian Middle I,
News agency ,arr'editl ti,
report. dateline Cairo, i.qu :
the Libyan Foreign \linis;*.,
announcing Khadafy's xit.:
Jalloud was to take orc.
powers previously exerce i
Khadafy. the agency rep'.
(AP)

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dismissed one of the 16 counts against former Atti,!'-.
General John M. Mitchell and former commerce Secrcti;
Maurice H. Stans, but denied defence imoitions to dm:x -
the rest of the case.
Gagliardi reserved decision on dismissing one ,oth'-
count.
The count he dismissed was one of three chiatui :
obstruction of justice. The count on which he reser:.d
decision on was also alleged obstruction of justice.
The two former Nixon Cabinet officers are charged wi:
conspiracy and perjury us well as obstruction of justice
They are accused of impeding a securities and exchanli.
commission investigation of financier Robernt 1.. 'Vesc i:
return for Vesco's $200.000 contribution to Presidet.'
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By ITil \\1 I)DUPUCI
h tu rkfti thilth article in a series I am writing tlnt reports taken'
ut 1' i'h Il hihumi li efi "i.\ Arcmber and Diecember 1969. V
01P. CA)' \.1 \\. March 12th In miy last four articles I
hrave kn.died evidence itf the hopeless inefficiency and lack of
cap;Ki'. .l In the P' 1 P. ncvernment.
I'r over s swy n ears I have been telling the government and
thle Bi/kilia.ili people in this column where this tiny nation was
b'in hc:idt'd .'aI lIt oi blind little men in government but the
vw 'in eo i int rsid to sustainit het in office.
ii 'h lhi-,t- came thai I fell that the Bahanian people
vtl lIt .0iis iv.a t .i aype majority of them ... had reached the
I nt"1 I 1- liiri. I left thIe country as I saw no reason why I
hudt ll .t -, With a blind and racially emoted people.
I l-'ii.' O that thins action o mine had a greater impact on the
-' '. pr[blii than all tile m ions and illions and millions of words I
l)iiac i i iin lhi, rcoltumni over the years. For the first time
"'.,. ,. :ii-n d that I had not been criticizing just to be "ornery"
S ii I really bellied inO the warnings I had been sounding ini
an e !lil h, help them see the light.

N-0'' s tin see w hal has happened. Five years i .. the
'lneii'nti paid a firmi of experts in the U'.S. to make a survey oft
it II slads ecoimii, and to make reconmmendations for the
t eui, dance.
I!,-- "1 1dtoid the\n exactly what I had been pointing out in
iii'. iiii i) eats .. I, /r e '

I : s; o .iItCIh ike tkc what I had been saying thai ithe
S' ''ine ntuileeased onily a summary of the docimeinti. It was
ti!i ic.e calcd tlint ihe secnicti on oit i l i. ii had been
W-i'T,'s' ,sI' i. .e'p,,ild l oni M hI. tlanna's insistence, and Ihe was
IW "lo i on ine l -hwih ni hits destructive sledge hannier


N ,l\ .. li vc s ,ars liter the governmentt has paid to have ta
se..'mnd itnes.ition made As lai as I know, no effort I has been
Snide thi timne to s'luppiess the Ifacts which once again say over
aAii all the l,' I. h Iave been telling the government and tlhe
lBahatianl people in this column tor over seven years .. fur iree'
In the iiie';nttilel', tlle gco ernmi ent has created a sitialtion ... at
ei'ers \el oI bustil ess hlfe in the islands ... that it is mnos\\ going to
be difficult tio colect.

1 niuli he lair and point out that the Bahaniai/atiMoni
pri g .m'e has had sonit merit because it has biroueht to the fore
.i 'nall [iinibeit f Bahamians who might never have come to tile
tp uin dr at I BP. ad.inistationi. 'The I.B.P.. in their own way.
petsnMw d un being blind ,,n a human revolution tliat has swept
ios thIe whole twor i during the last half century. They refused
to lead it and, as I warned them would happen, the time came
whlen it ran over tlhim and crushed them completely.
There is no disputing the fact thal the IBI.P. was large t)o
bl:ne ti whathas Ihappened in the country. I have said before
aiml I repeat today that the P.I..P. is the bastard child of the
1 BYP
Had the I'.BiP. the %ismin to see and understand what was
happening ll around them in tihe world, the little men whi e nows
govern tle country would never have broken through. And. lest
itu mayi have forgotten. I also warned the IU.B.P. what was going
tI happen l to them itf they didn't wake up to the facts of life in a
nievolutoanay 20tIh century. They did wake tip finally ... but too
late th in had already passed the point of no return.
I lihe P' l had a great opportunity, With only a grain of
'tiiunlotn sense no give them balance theO could have made anl
'it niible record ili the Bahamit s and become a beacon light for the
ici I the norld iBut they Ijus t lacked that grain of conmmnon
s'ise that marks ithe border line between success and failure in
hlInuiiuan affairs.
Instead, the\ wese enJowed with a gaiim of some indefinable
hunmaii quality that eight well be classified as clear lunacy in the
wvrld o f eIonomics,

Andi now oda\ they are faced with a problem.
'lThey hla\ forced industry al all levels to emniploy hundreds
ma tbe thousands itof people in positions tot which they are not
qualified. In many cases these men are not only incapable of
filling their posiltons they hold but thel lack the capacity for
glowing utip in their jobs
*<**I****
A fact wte nusl all recogn/e is that the Bahamas is a very small
country with a vern sniall population . and an over-sized
econoilinl.
It has been a country of real opportunities ... so great that
any Bahamian it any capacity at all has his ownvt business or is a
successful second in a iimajor enterprise.
The resiil is lhiat it is difficult to find even a "second" today
tro till a position of responsibility that also requires a measure of
creative ability.
lhe wveakni'ss of this government is that, in all its affairs, it is
win kiing on untried theories lof their own. They are little men.
They think and behave like little men.
Whlien I write in this column I base my opinions on the hard
itacts of life which have come into my own experience. It's not
"mayntbe" or "perhaps". It's what IS and can't be altered.
I ver department of life in the Bahamnas has suffered from
the blindness of the government's immigration policy. Now the
government knows the acts ... and also probably realizes that
snt, ii inn must be done about it ... but what do they propose
to do about all the incapable Bahamians they have forced on
industivs
If they want the country to go ahead there can be no
pus'.f ....'in,: in their decisions. They must completely reverse
their whole attitude and lower the barriers to a reasonable and
intelligent level.
They need have no fear of the U.B.P. returning to power. That
baby is dead and buried .. forever ... in a grave it dug for itself.
But they too and the whole Bahamian people will also be


IF IT IS SO, IT IS SO!


TillS WFK t I have to reply to the dear Iriend who wants
to know why I keep saying that the country is going
straight to hell He is annoed at me for this incessant
chorus and turtherniore every morning he wakes up to find
the country still there.
In the first place I cannot claim the credit for being the
first to describe the predicanient of the Bahamas in
precisely those words. The credit tor that must go to
Jeffrey M. Thompson, another deal friend who. in 1970.
took to muttering those words- Mr 1 htompson was still a
Minister in the P.L.P. (overnnient but he ias intelligent
enough to realize that attitudes and polices which were
being developed in the PILP would '. inouble ior the
country.
Mr. Thompson was one of the dissidents in the i'L P who
were becoming more and more cltt ical of the direction in
which Prime Minist,.t Pindling and Delputy PNme Minisler
Ilanna were leading the G(overnment and thought that in all
good conscience they had a responsibility to do s(inelthing
about it. Or at least to tr\i.
Mr. Thompson could not bring hinsel t to participate im
the no confidence vote against Mr. I'., it. late that year
because the crowd outside, was screaming tor the blood oft
any dissident who dared to vote against lhit \ls. Osc.ar
Johnson managed to be out of town on that Il ttiiic
occasion and Lottus Roker who had bhen in the Hou l se that
day sneaked out before the vote.
To be fair to Mr. Thompson wt ho is now in Fngland
studywi,, law I must say that all of that is ,onlv mnv
recollection of the facts. tie has since said Ithi he nei'er sitd
the country was going straight ti hell. le was nseia r i ;
dissident and he newtr cavcn dscusced the tidea t tvotine
against Mr Pindling Bit! all of that is another slors
Thie point is ho) dots a ctintri, go sitaighl to hell aind
is that a fair description ot what is thalpenrin to ttie
Bahamas today, has been happening nows tio si rat eJits"
Well, tirst of all. itn country goes tio ell in the sudden
flash of a ititlcear explosion 't least that has not happened
yet. So mn rneind will wake ulp tomorrow morinint" lo nut
the Bahamas still here and it will still be here whenil he has
passed on, hopefull' matter cni ing manv more tears it



buried alongside the hones oif thI t B I' 1 i thle P 1 P. don't
smarten tip ... and ast!

This whole situation is .l ,l... i.. The 'overinmeni lhas been
working ion a policy that business enterprises tlii.st emplo\
Baharnians iive iin jo hbs i v.lnich the\ l';e, t i h iadi quiiate
training and. in ltanyl cases, lack capacity r l ii irtko il in these
jobs.
The Bahau.s s i he .: enre oi .,. .i ir :,
far, far beyond thle beachess o! nir small coWint i'
The governiii n. it clainmps downs tnl unit i!ll all ,t1 !ik d',;i! i t satic
time expiesscs a des it ) promtite 'the sui. ll B i :ltnni business
marn "'ho hun'.chlt I& t le i.P.. it o ts T q'
guidance.
I have told oii isepcatedlh itn this I cotis lti! Ili /7.' I ribmu ,.
which is one 'oi lhIe t1ost srrLesstCS l ll :all- it!).!miiai hitisiessc s in i
the islands todai, did not stail to mgi o :;i we Nert2,'id lhe
services I'f I nto ilal I expe is.p
I can write ,a new spapci. \ My l ,inilt can t i t 'lie t i'ait 11tit Ili
itr full success we needed expeil iiitt dance >in lhe !inancial side
We started to grow when we tlook ltho st.,p bi!t Io' s-bvetial ',ai
the noverinent deprived us of tins expert se ivce. O()n receinlh
lis government allowed us Ito a ain ad a ir;iii)erd financial nun loh
-our saita .
ThI' ribtinc is considered a hig Balita.,iiiian blsinct s todal\ bilt It
cannot comlipete tor stall in a linteld market srih insitaicte r
coml panies, banks and oltliei Imiitlu 1 t- lioi , ,.II l r in .
op ilalills in the islands
As last as we find pron'tsing younti Bahamians and bri iin' ltetn
up to a point where the\ 'give g reatl pit itise forl tlie future . the\ '
are snatched away fromi us by otie t lhe bli companies whitcl
can not oniil afford to, pay bhei salutes but t tha also ot'ei
bl(odel opportunities to young pt o tpl ini a orld-wide opeanii.o
Wliat's, happening to us has I.lppeied to all l liBaliaitn
businesses in the islands. A survey recently nade lh govcerinme'i
revealed that an alaitiniri numbciihe ol Bahamiant bhusics
enterprises fail. The\ tail bf because thile lack expect gtuidance ..
which ot einmit ent lihas tmadc it iinpotss.:iii 1rt tlheirn lo t i' ai ece
if tlie\ iad the ,good sense to look for it.
This situation exists all along the line A recent repoii fioi:i t
Teachers Iraining College revealed an alannrinit dop in the
standard ol teachers being produced in tihe Bah.imas llod.i
Ihe reason for this serious stiluaiitin is that thIe t llra l ii no
just there. There just are not enough Bahamians in this .
country ofi ours who are capable of beinrl tiainld to ob:tn thai
have been created b\ an ovei-i/ed ecoinomit\ i iin tiudet-i/c'd
spot in the world.
When tile government and ihe rBaa h ian peaopt e oo le ae'ii
this tact anid are inltelligce lt cettiiuth t' a.ccepl it. 'tlieec wil bhe
some hope for the future of tlIe tahtimas inttil tienn .. It.,;
the fornier British coho ies in tins lti'tmtsphte ... Iht- tt'dlr '
be stead) and there will be "weepin,-' a Jd ',s.ilin .tid 'i.ashli' .'
teeth'" in these islands when i' inmenit bhlidnes,, leT ..r .11:
people to the bottom ol the loid.

FOOTNOTI TO HISTO(RY I suppose I muiist ist iit it
statement tlhat thlIe mret wsir in thie toverrnmirit tol'dai\ lck
capacity.
iiundreds of applications toi citizenship have beeni submilled
to government by expatriates twho have fulfilled all ihe
requirements unildei ihe la\\. But no action has been taken b\
government to deal witl tis ntailter.
in the meantime, I have been told that the swork perimis oi
some of these people are not being renewed by Iiitiii;ji ir,' at d .d
they might have to leave the Bahamnas!
I asked a fomiter I.B.P. Cabinet Minister what lie thought iwast
the reason for the delay. This mtan had not onlv filled onle ol tihe
senior Ministries in the I'.B.P. government. lie also often took ont
a second Ministiy lemntpoianl. I1.B.P. Ministers weie not paid lult


they got the job don.: \peditiously.
"They just haven't got around to it yet," he said. "When I as
in the government, I went to try Cabinet office at 10 o'clock in
the morning. By that time my Pernmanent Secretary, who was a
highly efficient milan, had everything ready for nme. I went thioutgh
all the files on my desk for two Ministries and dealt with all
matters needing my attention by lunch time. This left me free to
attend to my own business in the afternoon.
"I had occasion to go to a senior P.L.P. Minister's office the
other day. He had files spread all over his desk ... on tables in the
room ... and all over the floor. There seemed to be dozens ot
them waiting for his attention. That is why there are so main,
delays in government today."
it is conunon knowledge that people often work tor
government for months without receiving any pay. When asked
the reason it is explained that they are still being "processed".
That's the state of your government folks. It is bogged down in
inefficiency and hopeless incapacity.


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


th 1a 1 h. t
Hutl il he" s r,' t, A 0 1 n kh'eiian inigibur nd the p overp
i \ ipl..\ i t. Si. kness. Ll dd -! m d in to,. Ia;"
acf- ,-- s rit I ,' it t lhts trm io r', I t,'s P etql h crn-
d'. I t.,o shi' p. tI h ,e It' crc d, that I't ,utdt knoi, e\sacl!s
-hat it i o t e, a c eountr in h i :! i t ci''sle ehtes s
-t hciel \!;! !!., i s .hi ere the. B i. ,ll .. o o li~. te 1 st
1 o'! ,llm-1" il iW -i `Ww n n c "d Mu p!h Pil


Arthur Foulkes

writes


TO THE


POINT


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eCoin .- ',, h ll I" ". lK'iKA s .I O hdic l w ins i
!'lit e dk .iti f i; n .'.n a! ,'"- : uh -i t', 'Ah m l' i liM11d 'e





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i t'"i; I a l i i ihl.,is 't int- i l' i 't itii:i for ta i
is-'tI n li,'
InI siw i 'l Kj' i i ,> thu, t t int, n ius s o pin it i t
1\il Pi e H l titt r t. oi I -Iitioln tan, i'nruih utt thi i' ni ll
%Z' I, nth il ; ,, e' w t rt it d s,1it it witts 'th r it. .'-
Ounti !tii s I h: Th Hati iiu ,k ii. i. i 'fo Ir the rich and lthe

5 ait' .I ir .st tunis hi.' t. .istt,, nishvd tro.mi hI '!\
a.ti i ni W "a h ,t' i ss i 's h i nI h t .it i lnst hnaer Iiwv I he
Wei t .m t ci h mth he" ", i M ind s, i n ent with I Nh k


tip the litnii We had many beautiful islands yet to be
di. eloped and discovered by those who search for paradise.
I i: at the tantastic rate ofi one a year it would take us
.t.cn hundred years.
'let the PI started to talk nonsense about saturation
deiolnpmernt' Then they proceeded to lay the axe to the
loot it the tree which was just beginning to grow!
So noiw wis e are busy switching from Cadillac tourism to
itneS\ toutinsm and if conditions get much worse in the
nilts i'we nlitght even lose the economy tourist to our
.tiiipeiriors in the Caribbean. And we will be in hell.

Ilping ito wreck the tourist business is Bahainasair.
\ltt destroiygi Bahamas Airways in typical PLP style, the
( t.ititenment has totalls failed to provide the country with
i a ,eptable replacement.
Iho national flag-, rrier which was supposed to have
S1I.n 'hie finest airline in the world" is a national disgrace,
.s paitnful as a posteral furuncle but a great deal more
''vioir-,t and embarrassing. Tourists and Bahamians who
depend on the airline are kept w airmig long hours, even
d,tl,.s p:itricularly in the Family Islands.
While the national flag-carrier helps to sink further the
iputa ionr ot the country, the I'LP Government fiddli-s and
tiimles "ii',...I of dollars of the people's money are being
oi tied into the airline and still it is getting nowhere.
Inste-'d (of helping to ease the unemrploymient problem
ahit:;-.airr is now laying off skilled and unskilled
impl ces More hell,

\nd unemphl ment. There is hardly a thing which can
:iMn .1 onntr taster than widespread unemployment and
I .t is e\act,\ what we have in the Bahamas today.
\hei there are not enough jobs and consequently no
"oner, all sorts of evils occur A whole generation of
:1.1ig people .are growing into adults and too manri, of
th dito not know what it is to have a steady job. An
al.rit ting number ot them is turning to crime and it is
do.tbtful tthat this society will be able to rehabilitate them
a'ivrr one '1 i two terms in prison.
lichoisni and drug abuse are also aggr ajted by
uinempilo ment. It is not the sensible thing to do but many
e-i [.oaced with hungry, children and the landlord they
.tinot pu \ turn instead to excessive drinking which in turn
.c.itcs, Celt mo;le troubles, mental and physical.
\ pressed economy and the unemtploymrent which it
hct.ds means a general deterioration in the quality of life
eno~ted hi the people or hoped for by them. It means
'it iln-tit sickness. poor housing, the shame and
iili ntl ot i poverty. That is living hell.

I titl i whitl Mr Tbho)impson saw back in 1970 and that is
I keep itapeating that the country is going straight to

\1 riend gets tired hearing it and I get tired saying it
I.t i t 1 is 'so it is sio and it must be said over and over again
', lt .ink1 s into the consciousness of this nation.





CARD OF THANKS


: Mrs Martha Russell the wife of the late Carl
R. Russell would like to express her deepest i:
p appreciation to all of the mans friends and
relatives for their flowers and condolences in
S her recent bereavement. ii

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The Tribune - Saturday, April 6, 1974.


Nassau Christian and Missionary
ALLIANCE CHURCH
/ -i- lTemporarl, .1, f triy -At T' i %, : il,
N Jy U [-Do,:.l nr. r,, r 1... t.. I .... _....
RL.. el- A .r, r Filj,. t .r,i, r.1 ,.. ,,

WORSHIP HOUR 11 A.M. GOSPEL HOUR 7 P.M.
"GARMENT I "FORGIVENESS
GIVERS" OF OUR SINS"
BIBLE & PRAYER FELLOWSHIP, WEDNESDAY 7:30 P.M


NEW TESTAMENT

CHURCH
Highland Park Dolphin Driv-a Phone 5 201 2 5 9412
Julius Bradshaw Pastor


School 9-45 a.;-
School 6:1 p.m
Worship Service 1 :00 a .m
E'., .' t Sevicoe 7:00 p.n.


April is Fuunders Month!

New Testament Church will
honour the late Jim Cooper
during this month.

P. 0. Box N-9243


We wish to remind our Dealers and all other
Customers that we 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.


* Sunday
* Sunday
* Sunday
* Sunday
Wedr,.,








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I Miss Nicer Hield. centre.,
returned to her home in
S Freeport late last month after
" spending fie months at the
Shriners' Hospital for
Crippled Children in
Greenville. S C.. and after
two operations which are
expected to result in eventual
full recovery from a hip
ailment that has affected her
tor many years. Miss Hield,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Solomon Hield of Freeport, is
flanked on her return by
Shrine Nobes John Parks and
Kenneth Tadman. who were
instrumental in securing a
place for Miss Hield in the
special hospital.


OPERATION
FOR NOEL
n i I \i hnroe. son of Mr
a ind Mr. \dam \unroe s
I indl .I St eCet . I ii '
'il I cltere 1 t ood n Saiain tali
II 'pitIl Palim Beach o
s'iSund fol a knee operation
I he l-', ear-old basketball
player \,a a student at St
\itgustinc (College. I-o1 \ till,
Sliien lie iniired his left knee in
a ptme I; lid not responti to

\t 1he time tic wa ths l
sl ol" iead i nL baskis-ba'

t c1[-\pet 1s to i '', aw \ aiboi.
a \eCCr


MRS 10IS S O\I(i\l I1
hai, bc.en appointed dleput
dirc.Tor fs public ir' sstetisc'
a't working c iIn the eid o'
personnel administraL I on to:

lie c rare in the puib)
C h t began itn 1 S' an, d isl
was appointed t-i the1
.n i;;n:strati\e sersi e tile
'oiti, :ini cear Shle receivedd
Ithe. -arl education jat tIe
tlo m r Western Senior Sclio'l'
a d ( sI crim sntt lHigh School,
a n d si-b sc q u e n tll .* . ', ,
co ipleted business courses at
















the C R. W kecr 1 echnial
College. In lI 's. she pursued
course in personnIel adminis-
tration, ol thie Royal Institute
ot Publil \Jiint isti riltlon.
London, and also attended
further courses in general
ad mnlIistration conducted by


I ,'lturers o the Ilniveril\ s '
M.ipRhestci
\1 S ', 1 .1 le i'.' .,'
ins' e' i e exposure i-
personn l atis d ad -inn istrl -

S ', .1 a s.1 itd M I iaI .-'
o, k s n 1id I h a tW o n, ; :
paks, io!Jnl 'er yea ::1
!ie \M;;'i-st .Wo ks w e
Ilh' hn ,tin 'd inest of h-'

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e e '- !ha l .'',i I A li d
O t geI M i t s e I ,l:s so.sl.

p Ii l'larl .In pCe i-,u nel w ik.
askedd about her \otk in the
Department of 'Public 'Per-
sontne she sas I'le Depart-
mensit ot PI'u ic rersot' iinel is
really the snitttal oiganisatlion
responsible tor the Statl
maniagenitt o tlie whole
Scr\vIe on beha.il ot the
Governimet ii I is I the miai
insl rP iti t lt t b nhili the
i0 r ininei ii et n't es, thatil the
1'ublh, Ser nice iei iiiI' at
efficient and eltectlivse hb tot
e e 1.' li g t poLn ie o.t
i r .: Ail'!. 'o r
salary gradinig-' s tainl
reccomnlslcnd- atuitt ',,! iin' ' ,
review o'rgan.isal !!u .indld
methods. Whltley council ,
recruitment t, and Ie, sing
conditionss i: -c i ,-e.' sih ,said.
"We are therefore cons tii:lls
Siolved in the preparing ot
submissions to' C(a inet .i:d tIhe
drafting ouf ami1end it !: 1to
appropriate l..t-'s t.cd
Re iiulati, 1n.s' l r is-itrti- b ; l
legal I)cpari t : -.t
"il t it 's s It a! t si '
tha li thle i',i s Servic, -. !
ac Louli able to the (w.: Ii-
!'ient ald to lthe I let Irtite ind
s ersvice piroceduresss iLuist
therefore le carefully itvs.ed,'
she added.


MSS students among


best in world test


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\ JUDO EXPERT? A
wrestler? No it's Barabbat.
the criminal who was set fre,'
in preference to the innocent
J s ss! Startled anti d
disbelieving, Barabbas will
share his thoughts with us on
Sunday v niuht at the L utheianti
(Church on John F. Kenned'
l)rise. This is lthe itial ontc in
the series ot lni vt','tlics,
dramnati'-d h' Pastor Jot}Vts,
Tlie service begiins at 7 p iw


Sister Mary Justin Conlan
Science teacher
fields of mathematics, science
and English.
Sister Conlan says: "It is
interesting to note that Henry
Saunders, who previously won
at MSS is in the top of his class
in Florida; Cor Heesters is in
the top of his class in Canada
and a Science Club Officer and
Timothy McGillion is in the
top of his class in Canada.
Robert Antoni placed first
in State competition in the
ISA last year and again is first
in his division this year. All of
these young men finished at
MSS two years ago.


"The itching drove me crazy

and I was too ashamed to

get help."


You're not alone.
Thousands suffer the ._
tourment of
vaginal or rectal itch.
These areas need special care.
That's BiCOZENE. (Say it "By-Co-Zeen.") This medical
formula soothes away itching fast.
Quiets your urge to scratch. Even promotes healing of
inflamed tissue.
Find out. Just ask your druggist about BiCOZENE.
THOMPSON DRUG CO. LTD.
P. 0. BOX 6027 PHONE 2-2351 Nassau, Bahamas.


VISITORS WE LCOME

BAPTIS _BLE CHURCH
Soldier Road and Old Trail
SERVICES Sun. School 10 a.m. -
Preaching 11 a.m.& 7:30 p.m.
Wed.: Power Hour 7:30p.m.- -
Fri. Youth Meeting 7:30p.m b
A LITTLE CHURCH WITH
A BIG HEART
Pastor: H. MILLS Phone 5-1339 P.O. Box N3622


SIX S't:)EDNTS from Mary
Star of the Sea School,
I report, Grand Bahama
finished in the first thousand
finalists in a science
, mpetilion between the
L S A., I upland, Canada and
I lie Bahaminas. Three of these
students were among the first
hundred.
lhey were Robert Thawley
'ho finished sixth out of some
87,000 final candidates:
Rebecca Wocrner, who finished
S It : and )Doulas Kitchen who
finished '3ld.
Within thie first 500 were
, !I, Bahl. 13. sho finished
103rd : Susan l.uindstrain., who
linishelcd 204th and Carlo
( m antortone, no m a student at
I iecpoit High School, vho
;:icshed 436th Caria, former
Mar1\ Star. came back for
SlI"se's at Mary Star inl
pieparations for the different
i\visilons of the test.
1 he competition wasi amon
-ti idIelts o1 glAdes ,csevi
h- Ii',i ih twel -frontI linglaidl.
.mauda. L 'SA and the Bahamas.
I hic q( istiiis covered ph sic's,
i lolIo y i lrs and
Scholar.,hips tro, S1l00 to
()100 were awarded to the top
!00 students for the purpose
tiotheting their education.
1ie thst 20 student" tecei\ed
-s00 scholarships aid tfhe
scond received $400
i-Il'r.ship'. with eiachl group
1'A.\Jn1 id i,itall t i esdll, I l's
I- ii to the fifth group \which
*. S ed 5100 scholarships.
I he Science competition is
-,i, 1 0i( b\ tIhe N\,i1t: ial
,e I tilndation. Humble
(Ill and Relining (ompany and
!I 1 oniorrowI i Sclentists and

S lie three lBahamal students
I'aincd a S500 and ts\) 5100
-, liolarsthips.
I I s!m e I15 carss old, is the
Mr. .Aid Mrs. Robert
I hi-i cs. I Residence. Sea
sp. I a lane. Ireeport lie
d 1 18 points. out of a
p .. 200 points arid \won a.1
) ii olt i' l 3ip .inid tr ph .
\ .-!i er. 14 .eai, old.
d.iufghtc of Mr and Mlis. Wlm.
W, Ornery. cc.inhill Blvd and
Kitchen, 13 years old. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kitchen,
1 10 1-llesmere Fortune IHills
eachti won a trophy and S 100
scholarships. Woerner placed
slst in the competition with a
s'ore of 1091 points and
Kitchen placed 431d with a
s.oit t 108(oI) points.
Si'tcr Mars Justitn Conlan,
science teatcier at \ary Star of
the Sea ilcccicid the Science
ictichor of the Year Award lfor
1 t74. Sitc lir has had finalists in
w' Id ide competitions lor
tlie past nint1, \Cears and
candid.ite in competition for
the past 13 seais. Sister has her
Bachelor's of Science Degree in
biology from Mt. Mercy
college Cedar Rapids. Iowa
and her Masters Degrees in
phlsics, and chemistry from
Northcmn Illinois U university,
Dlekalb. Illinois. She has also
d lline post gradtiate work at
South D):ik.ta State university,,
Vei ntilhii.n South Dakota in
mathematt f. istlollonl aand
geology.
Michelc ( loihleholme, 15
cars old. daughter of Mr. and
Mis. Albert Crombleholmne.
renewed her 5200 scholarship
of last year by maintaining at
least a 97.00 average in the


U.S.$ 87,310,456
4,430,867
130,686,934
2,970,326
4,540,552

U.S.$ 229,939,135


LIABILITIES


Demand deposits
Time deposits
Deposits securing loans (see contra)
Total deposits
Accrued interest payable and other liabilities


CAPITAL FUNDS

Share capital authorized, issued and fully paid:
575,000 shares of B$1 (U.S.$1) each
Undivided profits


U.S.$ 2,327,859
215,222,254
4,430,867
221,980,980
5,378.148

227.359,128





575,000
2,005,007
2,580,007


U.S.$ 229,939,135




NOTES:

1. Land, buildings and equipment are stated at cost, less accumulated
depreciation (U.S.$259,673), computed on the straight-line method.

2. Property held by the company in fiduciary or agency capacities for its
customers has not been included in the accompanying balance sheet, since
such items are not assets of the company.

3. The company is a defendant in several legal proceedings in which the monetary
claims asserted are significant in amount. Management, after reviewing these
suits with counsel, is of the opinion that ultimate resolution will not result in
any material liability to the company.

4. Where applicable, foreign currencies have been translated to United States
dollars at appropriate rates.

5. The company is a wholly-owned subsidiary of First National City Bank.


APPROVED ON



/---

S. Peter,.Page,
Director


F THE BOARD:


D. Gilbert Cassar,
Director


AUDITORS' REPORT

To tha Shareholders,
First National City Trust Company (Bahamas) Limited.

We have examined the balance sheet of First National City Trust
Company (Bahamas) Limited as at December 20, 1973. Our
examination included a general review of the accounting procedures
and such tests of accounting records and other supporting evidence as
we considered necessary in the circumstances.

In our opinion the accompanying balance sheet presents fairly the
financial position of the company as at December 20, 1973 in
accordance with generally accepted accounting principles applied on a
basis consistent with that of the preceding year.


S Chtd Accoutats..
Chartered Accountants.


Nassau, Bahamas
February 14, 1974


New deputy director


of public personnel


(INCORPORATED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE BAHAMA ISLANDS)

BALANCE SHEET AS AT DECEMBER 20, 1973

(EXPRESSED IN UNITED STATES DOLLARS)


ASTERLANb I


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BOYS' POLYESTER PANTS from $5.00 /2/

BOYS' SUITS (3 piece) from $16.00 ,,/ s ,
GIRLS' DRESSES from $2.95 '





10% OFF


BOYS' POLYESTER SUITS


AND ALL GIRLS' DRESSES



BOYS'SHIRTS $1.95
MEN'S POLYESTER PANTS
starting from $10.00

MEN'S POLYESTER SUITS $59.00
MEN'S POLYESTER JACKETS $35.00
LADIES' DRESSES from $5.00
PANTI HOSE from 95c

SWEATERS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 2 1
PRICE ONLY!




ARNOLD'S DEPT. STORE
CORNER OF BAY & VICTORIA AVENUE


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NEW SHIPMENT

ARRIVED -


THE NEW STYLES ARE

SO HOT, WE HAD TO

AIR CONDITION THE

STOCKROOM


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ASSETS
Due from banks, principally First National City Bank
Loans, secured by deposits (see contra)
Other loans
Land, buildings and equipment (note 1)
Accrued interest receivable and other assets










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NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that NORMA NAILOR SHEERAN
of P. 0. Box F-2478, Freeport, Bahamas is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalization should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 6th day of
April 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship. Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau.





NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that HELEN ELIZABETH
GRANT of Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 4th day of
April, 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau.




NOTICE
NOT ICE is here qiven that ANTONIO BORSETTO of No
35 Tivoli Gardens, Freeport, Bahamas is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, tor
niaturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts ...t twenty-eight days from the 6th day of
April. 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citi/er nhip, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nas-au, Bahamas.





NOTICE
40OTICE is hereby given that ROSE CALLAGHAN
HEPBL.''-; of P. 0. Box No. 1912 Freeport Grand Bahama
is applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship. for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 6th day of April 1974 to The Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs,
P 0 Box N 3002, Nassau, Bahamas.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that HOWARD BENJAMIN
HOLTZCLAW. JR. of 408 Harbour House Towers,
Freeport, Grand Bahama is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
natuiJalation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
persorn who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 6th day of
April, 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau, Bahamas.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that EUSTACE GUSTAVUS
OUTTEN of P. O. Box 2446. Sea Grape, Grand Bahama is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
ioro the 4th day of April 1974 to The Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs,
P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau, Bahamas.





NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that LLEWELLYN LLOYD
MARLE of P. 0. Box No. 1912. Freeport Grand Bahama is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
anrid that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 6th day of April 1974 to The Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs,
P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau, Bahamas.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that SARAH RUTH HANNAH
HOLTZCLAW of 408 Harbour House Towers, Freeport,
Grand Bahama is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for naturalisation as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any
reason why naturalization should not be granted should
send a written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty- eight days from the 6th day of April, 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau,
Bahamas.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that LOGAN HARRIS of Bluff,
Eleuthera Bahamas is applying to the Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any
reason why registration should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 6th day of April 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.


CLAIROL HAIR SPRAYS


BEING RECALLED

ALL CLAIROL. hair sprays are being recalled in the
United States because "some may contain a chemical
recently linked to a rare form of liver cancer."
A company spokesman said the suspicious chemical.
vinyl chloride, was used in the propellant of the spray made
by Clairol before June 1973, but not after.
"I have had no notification about this," Mr. Billy Lowe,
president of Lowe's Pharmacy Ltd. and agent for the spray,
said today. However, said Mr. Lowe any Clairol spray issued
prior to June, 1973 would be outdated and not handled by
his firm. "We would have none in our stock room." he said.
According to a report in The Miami Herald the company
has decided to recall all sprays, rather than try to obtain the
few Clairol cans containing vinyl chloride that might still be
on the market. This means the recall of about 100,000
Clairol cans on the U.S. market.
Clairol has volunteered to remove its spray at the request
of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The
FDA request followed reports that at least 10 industrial
workers exposed to vinyl chloride had developed
angiosarcoma of the liver, a rare cancer.
Last month, said the Miami Herald report, Ralph Nader's
Health Research Group urged Clairol to recall sprays
containing vinyl chloride, contending that consumers may
be "subjecting themselves to a significant risk of cancer."
However, Jack Shor, a company spokesman, said it's
"extremely remote" that anyone using a Clairol spray with
vinyl chloride would be harmed under normal conditions.
Even with heavy usage, he maintained, exposure over a
year's time to the spray's vinyl chloride would be far
below the level that published lab studies say can be
harmful.
The sprays involved are Summer Blonde Aerosol Hair
Spray and Miss Clairol Aerosol Hair Spray. These are the
only two sprays made by the company. Neither of its hair
colouring products, Miss Clairol and Summer Blonde, is
involved, Shor said.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that ENEZ L. POWELL of 17
Drake Ave. P. 0. Box F14 Freeport Grand Bahama -
Bahamas is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason
why registration should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 6th Day of April 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.





NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ROY WILLIAM PAICE of
Freeport G.B.I. P. 0. Box F274 is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 6th day of April 1974 to
The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.





NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that OLAINE EARLEMA
LIGHTBOURNE of Pinedale, Grand Bahama is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 6th day of
April 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau.




NOTICE

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




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


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




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


THE FRENCH LINE, contradicting authoritative reports that the
NOT BEING liner France would be withdrawn from service shortly, announced
Friday that it would resume transatlantic crossings May 24. The world's
largest passenger ship is running at an estimated deficit of $24 million
WITHDRAW N this year. Sources in the French government had told newsmen that the
W H A lW Vv ship would be withdrawn from service shortly. The ship has paid many
visits to Nassau and Mr. and Mrs. Alexis Hilon hired her No. 1 state
room for a round the world cruise two years ago. Our picture shows the
France anchored outside Nassau harbour.



ABACOPOWON Little hindrance to press
ABACO POWER


& LIGHT


COMPANY

WORKS and Utilities
Minister Simeon L. Bowe was
asked Wednesday whether
Government intends to
purchase Abaco Electrics
Limited and/or Marsh Harbour
Power and Light Company.
Clarence Town M.P. Michael
Lightbourn asked when such
an acquisition will go through
if it is contemplated, and
whether a price has been
negotiated.
His questions on the subject
went on:
"Is the Minister aware that
contributions made to Marsh
Harbour P&L by private
individuals for electrical
installations are increasing the
capital assets and hence the
sale price of Marsh Harbour
P&L with little or no injections
of funds by the owners of the
company?
"Is the distribution system
in the franchised area the same
as required by the Out Island
Electricity Act and does it
adhere to the electrical code
contained in the Act? Do BEC
inspectors inspect the system
and if so, how often? It not,
what assurance does
Government-have that the Act
is being adhered to?"
And in a separate set of
questions Mr. Lightbourn
asked Home Affairs Minister
Darrel E. Rolle to list the
names, job classifications and
qualifications of each of the
expatriate employees of the
two companies.
"Will he advise the House of
the date on which
advertisements appeared in the
local press offering these jobs
to Bahamians? If this was not
done why not?"
Cornfeld wins bail
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND
Bernard Cornfeld, former
boss of the defunct Investors
Overseas Services (10S), was
released from Geneva's St.
Antoine prison on payment of
five million francs (1.5 million
dollars) bail Friday evening,
officials said.
Cornfeld was arrested in
mid-May last year on charges
of fraud, d ishonest
management and incitement to
speculation as leader of the
giant offshore mutual fund
company he founded.
Thy Geneva magistrate twice
rejected pleas for release on
bail, then fixed bail first at
eight million francs

CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS
1. Boston cream 30. Owing
4. Astern 31. French friends
7. Countertenor 32. Lucky piece
11. Leaflets 34. Occasion
12. Title 35. At ease
13. Foray 37. Panel of peers
14. Simurgh 40. Name
15. Fury meaning
16. Irish lake watchful S
17. Inflexible 41. Gelid
20. Table fowl 44. Upon
22. Force 45. Nothing
26. Shades 46. Exclamation
27. Worn out 47. Crooked
28. Heed 48. Corrode
29. Caucho 49. Circuit

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P -- t -m n A /l.dn


freedom in Caribbean


MIAMI BEACH Except
for Guyanna, Caribbean area
countries report no
infringement of freedom of the
Press, according to a statement
submitted to the Inter
American Press Association
meeting here this week.
Tom Sherman of "The Daily
Gleaner", Kingston, Jamaica.
and chairman of the West
Indies section of IAPA's
Freedom of the Press
committee, told the committee
that no significant change had
taken place in the area since his
report last year.
He said the New Guyana
Company Limited, publishers
of "The Mirror" newspaper.
has "again reported that the
situation in Guyana had

Two armed


robbery trials

TWO ARMED robbery trials
will be heard in the Supreme
Court on Monday morning
following its opening on
Wednesday by Chief Justice,
Hon. Leonard J. Knowles.
Christopher Johnson, Basil
Sears and Hugh Carl Russell
will stand trial before Mr.
Justice Samuel Graham for the
August 16 hold-up of the
Lyford Cay Royal Bank of
Canada branch. The incident
took place last year.
Also charged in connection
with the offence is a
40-year-old barber, Rodney
Bullard, of Peter Street Hie is
accused of receiving S 1,000
constituting a portion of the
$34,276.65 taken during the
robbery.
All four have pleaded not
guilty to the offences [hey
were arrested by police officers
in late August.
Bullard and Johnson. a
Cambridge Street waiter, 25,
are represented by attorney J.
Henry Bostwick.
Mr. Bostwick had applied
for a separate trial for Bullard
during Wednesday's opening.
Since he had been .sepai.'telv
charged and committed, it was
his feeling that separate trials
would also take place, lie said.
Sears, 28, a (Consttution
Drive mechanic is being
represented by Mr. ('ecil
Whitfield and Russell by Mr
Charles Barnwell.
Also on trial for armed
robbery are Mark Duncombe
and Stephen Seymour.












SOLUTION OF SATURDAY'S PUZZLE



2. International 7. Mountain
language crest
3. Runaways 8. Malay gibbon

So anniversary
, 10. Poem
S __ __ 18. Dowry
i6 19 Cain's land
5 20 Crony
1N ,l 621. German hall
23. Corrective
24. Biblical
murderer
P 325. Formerly
-- -- 27. Contour
S30. Fawn
S31. Salutation
_33. Vault
% 34. Advance
36. Solo
'. "m 37. Poke
9 - 38. Shoshonean
39. King Arthur's
4 lance
42. Rolled tea
,ture. 4-- 43. Yelp


deteriorated and that the Press
there is under attack from the
government."
The report said one of the
weapons used by the
government to silence the
opposition press was a
requirement for a licence to
import newsprint. For six
weeks earlier this year "The
Mirror" had to cease
publication due to lack of
newsprint caused by delays in
obtaining the necessary import
licence from the Government,
the publishing company
reported.
Sherman said "The Mirror"
had started legal proceedings
against the Government on the
"grounds that their
constitutional rights are being
infringed."
Sir Etienne Dupuch. for 53
years editor of "The Tribune"
and now its contributing editor


in retirement, told IAPA
delegates that he seems to be
winning a six-year long struggle
to preserve my newspaper."
"The Government has
become much more reason-
able." Sir Etienne said. "It's
possible that 1 am winning the
battle of freedom of the Press
for the Bahamas."
Sir Etienne said the Bahamas
Government had permitted
him to obtain key personnel
from overseas, a request that
had been denied despite his
protests that no Bahamians
were trained to do the
necessary jobs
"As long as The Tribune has
Press freedom we intend to
stay there and fight," Sir
Etienne said.
A more complete report of
this meeting will be published
in The Tribune's editorial
column Monday.


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NERY'S CLUES DW IS
LFF ROAD opp. old Yello Bird Clhrough


CAMERA MEETING
THE Camera Club's
fortnightly meeting will be
held 8 p.m. Monday at the C.
R. Walker Technical College on
Old Trail Road., .and three
advanced members. Margaret
Guillaume. David Andrews and
Vincent Vaughan, will explain
some of the techniques
involved in photography after
dark, in a panel discussion.
Members are asked to bring
along portraits they took at the
March 11 meeting.
CULTURAL DISPLAYS
Till cultural l Artists of
Juimbey Village will present at
Juminbey Village. "'An
Afternoon of Cultural
l)isplays", on Laster Sunday,
April 14 from 3 p 1in to p ri
The Cultural display s will
include: An art exhibition, arts
& crafts demonstrations, a
fashion show, poetry reading
drama and music.
Bahamian cuisine will be on
sale.
I he purpose of this festival
of cultural display s will be -to
promote the cultural artists,
and storekeepers of Jumbey
Village," a spokesman said.
Masters of ceremony will be
Yomo and Kali.
RED CROSS AGM
The annual geiicrail meeting"
of the Bahamas Red (Cross will
be held in the Ballroom of
Government House on May 7
at 6 p.m.


A1


,'.2 th it he's cleaning
his way ,y, force knowing
them down as he goes.
which is the usual role of
those running interference
for him and not the "ball
carrier." CL'RVED makes
a sound answer.
2. TERM not tern. \,.
amateur ornithologist"
can't yet expect to be
familiar with all the
varieties of birds within
every species, including
every type of tern (any of
several birds related to the
gult Being "a keen
amateur ornithologist of
some ears." he would
expect to know the
variouss Tt RMS used bh
"bird watchers." sinceC
there are comparatively
lfew o- them. Thus, he
"would be surprised to
,ome upon an unfamilara
one
3 RUIN not rain Rain
might at least speed up
the ending of thel
"walking tour" as those
on it make for shelter. A
RUIN. however, giving
little to look at but
allowing the guide to
speak at length boringly
ahout ancient history.
"ma\ well be the last
straw.,
5 S[LOW R not glower
Since "the average
telephone operator" will
naturally, resent "gibes."
she i, likely) deliberately
to be SLOWER in getting
the number and rather
tha- glower will probably
grin delightedly at getting
her own back on the
impatient caller.
7 CHARGEF not change. "A
mistake in" the official
CI.A, RG IF is "in the
store's favor since onli
"the store" stands to
benefit "A mistake iMn"
the change, if deliberate.
could be to the benefit of
"the store" clerk.
8 BANKER not backer. "A
BANKER,"who "advances
money in" a strictly
commercial way, yes. but
"a" rich backer can back.
say. a show because his
girl friend is in it without
having any great
'confidence In" its
success
BOOB not boor. "If he's a
BOOB," his brain is not
going to improve with age.
If he's "a boor." life may
knock some rough edges
off him andi teach him
manners so that "he"
may be more civilized "at
fifty."
15 SKIMS not skips For fear
of missing the stor\ that
will give him the best
scope, a "political
cartoonist SKIMS
through" each and every
one of "'the major news
stories," rather than skips
i. e. looking at only\
some).
16 DISH not fish A DISH
suggests a ilmalr item of
the meal on which '"a
polite guest would
compliment his hostess.
A fish could form a very
minor part. being sa,.
included in the h.,rs
d'oeuvres lr served as .i
minor course before the
main one when he
wouldn't feel he had to
comment on it


New role for Royal Vic


THE HEALTH MIINIS R i prescenilyl
renovating and refurbishinir buidicx.s 11m the
Royal Victoria Gardens to ptvidc dorioiwIes,
for the student nurses of the I'.'icess \largaiet
Hospital. It is understood that. si Tlcnt rlirs''-
are already living in one o! ft,' I'h,4iling- to ti i,
rear of the (;Gardens
"There is a possibility t hat i is is not ithe
only purpose for the renoiaiuons" a Hcalthi
Ministry source said, "howe\cr. the t'l spinal
Administration is in charge thise r,_i r\at ions.
and they have not yet de'idcd what else tlh\
might use the building for. ec do know.
though, that any other use it11 be directly\

ItI


THE BRICKS an
shown are signs of
being done by th
Ministry to the rea
Royal Victoria Gard
Ministry is renova
buildings to
dormitories for the
nurses of the
Margaret Hospital.
PHILIP SYMONETT

HOLY WEEK SE

St I rancis Xaier'
series, are as. iI ll)5
i'dlin SI undai
8'15. 9:45 1 1 a.m.
Blessing oft Palms and
8 .in in hillurh iard
Stinda\ \l.ises % i
p.m.
I tll'dli \!asses .x
6 p. n
I5t edne'da e
anid Mas-,t (xi te ilix
1lolh1 huirsJda
and i7 t p m Ma
Supper
(ond I rinjda I
Vigil, Staitii s l t he
1 .10 p.m SIlenftn 1 it
I ridas
Ulit) ',Sturd ia
I aster 'Viol ',e
I ;i -Cr 'sund1 j,
lResurre ti n ,l t ithe I ,r
tMas s.h,.heduIe
C oIte sx in s are ,i
S.iturd\.is (6 p Ill.
7 30 ni. .ind fltiIc
f -tore t1sxes (,,-d I r
12 ihlo, Saturd.n
p m.


S. tii 'ect. I 'A li Ih c ihe hosplItl
It it .i-.,, ,i Ie thaIt the R C !Ievenue and Real
l 11'i 1 :[ eI ,i\ Sec tio s olf Is li tF ina ce I nuisl tRi
,ma'. 1'Ie ,: I- il \ ictoria ;unlding.
I I ; ,s niC Iltk about thills buildinll'
ho 1h': i!,' KRe: iie jnd Real Properi[ aI \
',N', t ',.:, the! \hn sti . said MIr J Ripahl
Il osCx, noI\\\ iiippoinit'l Secretary ot Rt ven( t .
"h'ui ha,: wt. :;ot b e 'een conlirmied "
I!ih Mi : ,; \ l! W. i n rks is now in [i p',ces
i p"i'.n: l Jeaning up he thiree-siore
' i,1i, ;. u ,';'' Slhiiilc Street t'or tlle I nance,
M ill'';, I h" bildi ngl ii s adiacent to /ioni


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NO


NEW LOOK The Works
Ministry is presently cleaning
up this three-storey building
for the Finance Ministry. The
building, situated in the
Royal Victoria Hotel
Gardens, faces Shirley Street
and lies west of Zion Baptist
church.


1N73
No. 3


(OMNIONWtAI. IIt OF
TH111 BAIHAMA ISLANDS



I\ 1THI S[PRI\Mi COURT T
I qui\t Side


ofI lhe Quicti.g' LI tiK'


IN 11 MAIA II R
Adt. 1051'


\\I)


IN Tll MIATI R of A-1 THAT\ tr.-.l
of land being allotment number ,7 l.i
the SI ndi.nt,,s Allotients st,, ,ituate in I -\
Hl ll in the .;stcrn District of the sl.and
of New Proxidencc' hoinlded oni tlie
Northl h\ a Road R'2sc',ervtion on tht'
I .st h\ \Allottment Ntumber fNS on thl
Sounthli the Pine Yard Roai and on tlit
\\'est h \lltlment tNumber 27.

AND
SI111 A\.\TTI'R of The Petitiot of
Itminrd lileasti.


NOTICE OF PETITION


N()II(I is hercy given tliat HowardI leastic of
lthe tisltrn District of the Island of New
P'roidence. Airline Pilot (h'ercinafter called "the
PCtitioner"' i s appl ing t tthe )t SupreimeC (oturt to
lida\ their title to the land hercinalter described
iincst i l'teI under Sectlion 3 of the said Act. and
the itlit'c ,nd c\tcnllt thrco deternmined aind
,d ltarsd ir na ( C rtifi, ite of T'itl: to be granted b\
the, said Co(urt in accordance wi'h lthe provisions of
lie said *\c't.
Al I I.\AT tract of land being A.\llotCment
Niiilbcr 'Si t-seven ((,7) of tile Sandilands
AllOhtlMents situate itn Fox I ill in thie lasteCn'
District of thle Island of New Providencec
hounded onl the \Nrilli hv a Road Reservation
lland runnigttl! thereon l:our IHundred and fIour
(4041 f'ct more or less on tile last b y Allotment
Number Sixty-cight (OX) and running thereon
Seven lHundred and One (701) fect more or les's
lon the South by the Pite Yard Road and
ftrunnig thereon l Thrce iitiudred and
\inetll-three (3()3) feet more o r less and on the
WCest b y All tii'. IllL Number Twenty-seven (27)
al running thereon Six \ I undCred and
Ninety-one (( 1) Neet more or less which said
tract of land is more particularly described and
delineated )on plans or diagrams filed 'is i.' it i
and which said tract of land is laid out in (wo
sections entitled "Section A" and "'Sectlion IB'
on the said plans or diagrams.
('OPl' S of the said plan may bhe inspected during
normal oa ff lic hours at thie It ll, Fi, iz: places:
(a ) Ihe Registry of the Supreme Court,. Public
Square in the C('it of Nas,,au.
(b) The C(hambers of BETHI LLI. (G()i TLII &
/ZiRVOS situate in the lBernard Sunley
Building. Rawson Square. Bay Street Nassau.
Bahamas.

NOTIC(' is hereby given that any person having
dower or a right to dower or any adverse claim or a
claim not recognized in the Pctition shall on or
before the Thirty-first day of May 1974 file in the
Supreme (ourt in the City of Nassau aforesaid and
serve on the Petitioner or te undersigned a
statement of his claim in the prescribed form.
verified by an affidavit to be filed therewith.
FIailure of any such person to file and serve a
statement of his claim on or before the said
Thirty-first day of May 1974 will operate as a bar
to such claim.


BI:THiELL, GOTTLIEB & ZERVOS.
C('hambers


Bernard Sunley Building,
Rawson Square,
Bay Street,
Nassau, Bahamas.
Attorneys tor the Petitioner.


FOR 3 in 1
LAWN SERVICE
FERTILIZE- FUNGICIDE
PEST CONTROL
TROPICAL 2-2157


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SAILED TODAY: Tropic
Day for West Palm Beach
SUN
Rises 6:57 a.m.
Sets 6:28 p.m.
MOON
Rises 7:32 p.m.
Sets 6:07 a.m.
Full moon 4:00 p.m.
TIDES
High 7:58 a.m and ,sn

Low 1:41) a.m. and s5
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______________Aroundf li -the i3IJiniiIas


You are invited to attend an











SOUND O IGHT-Fort Charlotte
(West Bay Street)
Spon.sored b P Thc Lutheral (rl u)'.\Usa. Ii



Mn NOW THRU THURSDAY
Matinee 2:45 & 4:55, Evening 8:30 'Phone 2-1004, 2-1005
j RICHARD ROUNDTREE as JOHN SHAFT 5









Ik

I
I IF\
,I *\ O.\F[ LVD!R ..1.111TH I i
Reservations not claimed by 8:1 5 will be sold on
first come. first served basis.



Sunday thru Thursday
Now thru Tuesday Sunday Continuous
One Matinee only at 3:00 from 4:45
Evening 8:30 Monday Continuous
from 3:00
THE TEN "I ESCAPEDFROM
THE I "DEVIL'S ISLAND"R.
3 OMMAiNuM ENT ,Jm Brown,
COMMANDMENTS Christopher Georqe
PLUS
CHARLTON HESTON "THE SLAMS" R.
YUL BRYNNER Jim Brown, Judy Pace
Anrii iiun r 1S will he adnitterd



NOW THRU TUESDAY
SUNDAY CONTINUOUS FROM 5 p.m.-'Phone 3-4666
Monday Matinee, One Showing
Only at 3 p.m., Evening 8:30

"THE GREATEST STORY i

I EVER TOLD"
C T Starring
SCHARLTON HESTON. MAX VON SYDOW


SHIRLEY

STREET
NOW TIRU I hursday.
"Shaft in Africa," matinees at
2:45 and 4:5 ievenlig 8:3 .
No one under Ix will be
admitted.
Starts Friday, "The Gospel
Road." matinees at 2:45 and
4 50. evening :30).
Ruhert I lf'tromn. in
A\cademx A\ward nominee
takes the leading role in the
motion picture he (Gospel
Road." as Jesus of Na.areth.
I"he G(ospel Road," now
showing at the Shirley Street
Theatre, was filmed entirely in
israel and is a musical story of
Christ with the songs being
sung b1y popular recording
guitarist-singer J ohnn\y (ash.
Filing for "'The (ospel
Road" began in early 1971 in
Iel Aviv and the movie itselt.
released by 20th Centuro Fox,
is a Julne and Johinny Cash
production.
lttstrom,i who also directed,
stars alongside June (Cash who
portrays Mary Magdalene.
helping Johnny t t tell his
stories are some of thle leading,





NOW SHOWING 7 & 10:30
ANTHONYQUNUM FRANCO NERO

DEAF SMITH g
JOHNNY EARS'
=PG TECHNICOLOR' "
AND 8:45. ..



-=.- D : [all
Parental Guidance Suqqested


Nassau Showinq


Jose Ferrer as King Herod.
The story itself is a most
unusual cinematic experience
when viewed. The birth of
Jesus Christ, foretold bv
ancient prophecy, takes place
against the wishes of King
to save him. After burial, he
rises again with a message of
hope for the world.
Starts Wednesday, "The
Robe" matinees at 2 00 and
4:45. evening 8:30.


-* -

Johnny Cash (The Gospel Road)
wrilers of the LU.S. including
Kris Kristofferson. Joe South,
John Denver and l.arrx atlin

WULFF

ROAD
S xI t RIDAAY eight 8.30 .
pmll. thr!i llesda i s. "The M
Greatest Story Ever Told"
llerod who lias ordered that all
the h i Iale infants be
slaughter c


1he chil id iwvs up i :and
gathers his ftilol\r:' The word
then passes that he is the Son
of (;Iod. Many dis-believers
become believers as they
witness thIe wonders of his
faith and his powers.
The liolders of power see
him only as a threat that must
be destroyed. When Judas
Iscariot tul ns tni over to the
priests and the Romans. he is
sentenced to die by
cruci fiion\ Adivided populace
cannoI v ce enough protests
Sunday showings continuous
from 5 p.m. Monday and
Tuesday natinee starts at 3
p.i. andd .'nds ati w:54. evening


June Carter Cash pla
Magdalene in The Gosp


show at 8:30.
In one ot the greatest movie
spectalces ever filmed, Max
Von S\ydos takes on the role
of Jesus Christ in the United
Artist production, 'The
Greatest Story I ver Iold.'
IThe movie, with its careful
screening is a production of
note giving the background
story of the birth of the
(hristi.ia world.
\lso included in the cast are
Dorothy McGuire as Mary,
Rohert l.oggia. Joseph. David
Mc(allumi. Judas Iscariot and


SAVOY

THEATRE
SATURDAY night 8:30
p.m. thru Tuesday, "The Ten
Commandments" Sunday thru
Tuesday matinee starts 3.00.
and ends at 7:00, evening show
at 8.30. Plus late feature
Tuesday night.
The Biblical Historical
drama. "The Ten Command-
nments." classes as a milestone
in film entertainment, stars
some of the top names in the
movie industry.
Film favourites such as
Charlton Heston, Yul Brynner,
Edward Robinson, Nina Foch,
Sir Cedric llardwicke and
Martha Scott form a part of
the great cast of "The Ten
ys Mary Commandments."
el Road.


Director Cecil B. DeMille
will long be remembered by it
for his outstanding work for it
is one of the greatest films
produced in the history of the
industry.
The picture runs for some
length but is filled to
overflowing with drama,
intense situations, great
spectacle, colourful and
impressive settings, as well as a
sense of historical accuracy.
The cast seems to step from
the past and are just wonderful
in their portrayals.


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Relieves stiffness and
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Herbs, minerals from famous
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John" which starred Poitier are in Nassau for a brief visit.
Miss Chamberlin stars along with Harry Belafonte, Bill
Coshby and Poitier in "Up Town Saturday Night", which surprises
will be view late this year.
She is here for a short break and is the guest of the l In
Bahamian Registrar for Insurance companies, Charles l
Goldstone, along with his wife. Ruth is also here for a
pleasure visit. He takes pride in the fact that the new LONDON Oscar
movie. "Up Town" is being directed by his prize pupil. Glenda Jackson said sI
Poitier. completely forgotten th
Photographed at the Drumbeat club with Peanuts Taylor Academy awards were
(centre) are from left, Mr. Donaldson, Miss Chamberlin announced Tuesday nigh
Tavlnr Mr Goldstnne and Mrs. Goldstone.


RAY VALENTI

& PERCEPTION


SONNY JOHNSON

& THE SUNGLOWS

3 Shows Nightly


MUSIC FOR YOUR
DANCING PLEASURE


^ l' Jacket Required.





L r Boss & The Conch Shells

l Erilc Roker & The Coral Trio.


winner
ihe had
iat the
being
t.


"Besides," said the
37-year-old British star named
as "best actress" for her role in
the comedy "A Touch of
Class," "I thought I was an
outsider for the Oscar."
Miss Jackson said a friend in
New York, David Golding, who
was watching the Oscar
ceremony on television,
telephoned the good news at 6
a.m., waking the Jackson
household in South London.



*

"I was so amazed I'm more
pleased about this one than my
first," she said, referring to her
1970 Oscar for her role in
"Women in Love."
Miss Jackson said she will
send the Oscar to her mother,
Mrs. Joan Jackson who lives in
Cheshire, England. "Mum will
get enormous pleasure out of
it. Now we have bookends,"
she said.
Miss Jackson said she had no
film offers as a result of the
award, and didn't expect any,
"But in personal terms, it's an
enormous compliment."

She is in London rehearsing
for her next film role in "The
Maids," with shooting to start
in Italy next week. (AP)


Lt-Ivo One unaer ua.........


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CLASSIFIED


SECTION


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


REAL ESTATE


C14073
2 bedroom house Johnson
Terrace, fully furnished wall
to wall carpet, large patio
$30.000. Tel. 5l905 days
42463 after 6 p.mn

C14025
4 BEDROOM, 2 bathrooun
unfurrnished house with carport
and sewing room FOR SALE.
Call 31671 31672 (9:00 a;m;
12:00; 2:00 p m 5:00
p.m weekdays)

C14095
CAN'T AFFORD[) TiHE
DOWNPAYMENT ON A
HOUSE Then pay or:, a let
on which you writ build vour
house Onlyr $/5 required
Fio a $80 monthly. No
interest charges Beach arnd
lake rights.
YAMAi.-RAW 1"L\CHc LST4T[
CJll Pat RUthertord at 41 !4 i
)i Mone & O'B lr r it 30 /
or .241 48

L 1 4 410


$24.,000 00
Two bec'L,.r' FliousO Stir.. 11,n
Alle5 P, t' 0 r0 i0
Two b-LI'' '! ,)h e bath o!t I
i estio. Robimrsori L "A A cd
P ie I R 'ob)I 0 0C() io Jii' 1('
',int)!' $ 24 0 ()( ) (i
A wide sIl ect;u of o f ; i ;I,
cnm wrl .i; and O ''rdn lder Il.'a ,
NPW S.'r,. , tr 'd 0.t1





I SkvI n H90 l -i ltsh.

Ledr iooin, house J30 djrs ''
a."dw T! 24 149; ,, 2: -;')
'orlhiy & O'Briern Hea'. E,.."'

C. 41 1
I[) 1 I CG H T F U L hli iltl, p
I sid(er I( e Skylinri Heights
Airhiti t designed, ex, elolnt
riour lian F our bedroorn ,
three baths. Irvir g. Lrino;g
,tudiiy. tio etc *'r nriq r,
all rom .. Li.idsu .i|'d o ; i : : 0
foe' hy 2110 $1 10.')00
fiirti.'hr' 1
Attra ti.r-' th r'e hod, tvwo- at'
'-sidt':Ni V .iago R itd h0 lIto .
sepjr .rtri d.. 'lr r roOr. q' udv.
patio, 1'r1h. ''' Il,.- Jarairp
apiOtrn-n rit $(. (10 fuflri',ihedt

LEx. rlifnt buy rn four bed,' um'
twu-b.'- t house Tickv-da.a .
sepat-" diinii o ui::, pa'to
T V room. e.L '.' 200i:
i G C ri-u sti"j Lnd Ph :inp
21041.32 4

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bath.
FOr .SA I
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bedroo' j'fi ..!rL,, t, '. t
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COMMO^r'. i ,
2 3 .)nd
H O US S
'Jd'%d. ; T


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ASi r "i
on three water j,
hillr
SAN SOUCI
BLAIR E STA Ef
GLE NIS TON .
WINTON
TIHEF GROVI 'A.' 1 ,,' .
SKYLINE HI I ,
NASSAU I AST
SEA BREF ,'
VILLAG(t lOj
GOLD N GArt -I
HIGHLANt) PIk-
PROSPI C(r Rll ),
WESTWARD Vi I I'
CONDOMINI' iJ.
APARTMI NTS
it PAHADISE 1I I :' '
FAST PAY StRi i I
WE ST BAY STRt I I
HOTELS arnd 1HO11 1 'ITf s,
BEACH LOTS, LCOMMI V
CIAL LOTS, RP S i)t NTi' .
LOT'S
ACRE AGF FOR
DEVIL LOPMINT 'I JTH
NASSAU AND I FAMILY
ISLANDS SUCH AS GRAND
BAHAMA LONG ISLAND,
FLEUTHERA. ABACO
45 ACRE CAY IN THFI
EXUMAS WIIH DEF f P
WATER HARBOUR AND
MORE
CALL
DAVSON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENCY
Dhone 21178 or 80932 21178
P. O0. Box N-4648
Nassau, Bahamas.
*


REAL ESTATE


C14115
LOT 50 x 100 Ann's Town
off Kemp Road. south of
Square Deal Bar
2 homes I bedroom bath
and 2 bedroom 1 bath on lot
$20.000 00 Tel. 3 1849
5-1430.

FOR RENT
C14024
COTTAGES and apartment'
monthly j or.onditionedf.
fully fur wished, maid service
available Lovely garden and
swimming pool, Telephone
31297,31093
C14105
L TR Icjrqe. 1 heir.. ; ,
apatmentf, quwet an'd tool
sit u aa' W st Tertaje
C(rntrev tilt Ph,.i' 5 2915:,

C 1 .1071
-'Il .r ,ll 'o wai Larpetin .
t j i i r (. u r di t oi 0 li r
telephone, fx tures, spacous i
ooms Avarailabtnl' AprIl 1st Call
5-33.i4 Star Plaza. Mackey


(.C i 33-'
2 APAR 1 MI NTS
ILt i!n Thompso.
Bouievird LCall No0 man ait
:'41 i (d ,,' 36/17 (nights)
for dt ils

14043
: PNjE i j attrat thi
bt) d tO:' ( tow bathroom
t ,. howt is, ais iahle or
C,, ti e ,s' i Srituate' orl
','e,,u:bl. l' i.,t .'I)ed lots inn Ther
(,,. o -. I f W e,*st B -ay Stre't
to vI i ; !' Iiin 'inrg pool
j:,. ". ,)hu n Y 59403

L 140'4
('.4 P LI FT TOW'.N
.S | i C: btith house t0lt .
'nui n i '. i w all to waI V
Se T
t/ (fephlt i jut nj( ati wash,-.
xai d' ,"e KlonIJA E stat.'
Solid :- 0 od Ph-n-i 5.33.1

1. 1:1 43
2 BI l RO U V du p '
Telep-ui 0 b 2398


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i o ni rv ntt'' 1 1 )

'plr't'rl"
buItlt 'J o it( .1.
h i I I tw.'
grou nds,
suburbLl,,
golf.


' tihoo 1 r t. .p ,hopping.
;v j.r i ihlP i)mrlwmdi ati ly Two
0.'rthI el" v !,is i t' lephone,
I .j .'d' 'machi rIe. patio,
'1 ''' *" r "i l ,, 'inlinif (I d w e l l


IP ,, uA 'W !. b "'4 (3 9
p n )


,4 Hf. Df*:C): 1 bath hu

Ielepho, ", .;'i;.4
S14012

M AUDO .-, '.. *-*" *.*j :'iTS
4 lIE 0i I I 1' t I lV90 9 ':r1








Two bedr L.'o a(., nts
ic rip Ie t .S e d
T1 :- honr d, 7 '' ir
after .00 ; ''1 ; 7

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I UJ NISHE CJ -! I. 'd ooni
u upstairs Jp. 1 t vIth
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(, 141 48
T w c., E u rnish'ed and
Andi tundtioned 1 bedroom
apartments. Centreville Ring
5 81/ 9. ask foi M r Prtchard

CARS FOR SALE
L14128 ,
1969 FIAT 850, runs well.
body needs some repaln
$30000. Call after 5 p .r
5-654 1
C 14086
1969 AUTOMAT IC
VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE
$1,50000 O.N.O MUST SELL
OWNER LEAVING CALL:
SHIRLEY BABBS 56924.
C 14144
1972 MERCURY Couga,
power steering, power disc
brakes A/T AM/FM
stereo track tape. Excellent
condition. Only 16,000 miles
Asking $4,900.00. Phonp
42766.


L1414b
LOSTER fish boat, 40 feet
/I1 GCoeijial Motor, 10,000 Ibs.
ice bo x, Hydraulics Wheel.
Hydi atilics Winches, Marine
iadio. $9,000. Information
854 2019 after 6 p.m. Miami,
Fla.
C1414b
SELL, LEASE, CHARTER
65 foot trawler freighter .
New Cat. diesel. Rugged,
dependable, ready to go. See at
Brown's Boat Basin.
C13999
PAC MAKER 44 ft
Luxurious Cruising Yacht.
Phone 3-23 71.

lC14005


TRAVELLING?

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



APPROVED PASSENGER
RIGHTS


C140:1
1972 VOLK-S'AGEN 1300
Sedans eotellerrt condition.
radio, W .'W tyes, low mileage.
F inanct e ,i d i n s u r a ce
available Call 36611-2-3-4.

C 14084
1966 F ord Mustang. "
cylinder ood cOndLitiol.
$600.00 Call 5-60/1
LC -11O'h9
L. SbLL NOW
1'-h8 cthevy 2 door, standard
shift $1500 00. Tel 2313/1

C14 1 O4I
I ..n c ,' \ V\ Y Im p ahl..
conditioned, radio and tape.
Telephone 12066.

I 4 FOR SALE

C14135
APARTME NT size gas stove
like new $1 20 or nearest offend.
Pht, li 4 i(>r0n after 4 p 0.
.l4i, L t 88

C14 102
I OR SALE
ONE BUNK BED $100.
Phone 4 2461.

BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES_.-
C14 1(.0
RP.SIAURANT for sale Small
take out Good small business'
I f'stinp!t Great poternti,i
B u.'"'e and equipment
1ir., clded call Mr D. P 213106
2323/

C 14S
..ST ,LJl'U ANT type buine',-.
o! sji' c Lorner Shirney Street
and Kemp Road. Phone 31 16Wb


MARINE SUPPLIES
C141 64
YACHTS AND BOATS LTD.

CHRIS-CRAFT

CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS

WESTERLY SAILBOATS

AVON INFLATABLES

SEAGULL OUTBOARDS

26 foot Stamas with 210 H.P.
Chrysler in/ourboard. Has V
berths with head, and many
extras. Asking $5500.000.

30 foot Cl-ssic Eleo cruiser
with twin 185 Fl.P Datona
engines. This boat must be seen
to appreciate

27 foot Con(orde Sod.tn with
twin Chiys ers 2t25 H.P. It
excellent (orndition with many
tras. Ready to go.
$14000.00

AT THE DIVE SHOP

0 liast. po spreis, new mrTaslks,
-.'ives and iat h bags Come
,acJd see

AT THE MARINE STORE
N-ew lief jai 1e' .: hildien and
adultt, fla ji hinrg chairs
with ginmble, ntd n i(i'ih more
Siee you .

P.O. Box N1658
Telephone 24869

c 1894
1969 31 ft CHRIS-CRAFT
Commander Sleeps six. private
shower, two 230 h.p. engine
with less than 200 hours.
Kitchenette, q(od c condition
Call 24267. 54011

C14140
24' S ABIRD P nboard/ou
board 165 hp Mercruiser
80 qgaioni tl .1 sthp tuo shore
radio, V berthti L completely
1,buttt pengi ,- P+4cst sell
Bought larger boauJt Cal! 56489
between 9.00 'i and 9:00
p rn
C 4150
I'/ THUNDFRHIRD 69
'od'l. flyb iidge head galley,
Iidin sleeps 4 to 6 Iwo 225
Ht P Metrciiuiser, Piied to sell.
Phonie 41593


IN loving memory of Mervyn
Adderley Jt. who died April
6th 1970.
Today recalls the memory
Of a loved one gone to rest
And those who mourn for him
today
Are those who loved himll best
The blow was hard the shock
severe
We little knew hIs timle was
near
But nnlv those who have loved
Can tell th, parin of parting
without farewell
Sadly missed by Wife,
children, parents, sistei and
brothers and host of irn .tivr's
and fi lends

C 14129


In sad and loving mneniory of
my dear beloved Son, George
G. Sands who died AprI 2nd,
1973
I was rot there to see you die
I only 1(ot the new's It .a',s a
shotk tou meni, hli' I wsth I was
there at 'oir bedside tos v say to
me. ''good byv Muthei"r but
one of these mnlO1 's wse will
be on that beautiful shore
where we willItt part no more.
Rernember me and ere I pass
away,
Speak thou the assur ing words
that set us free,
And make thy promise to mriiy
heart,
Thou too shall rest in
paradise with me
Today, so sleep on, son., I love
you,
But Jesus loves you best.
Nora Stewart, mother, Delores
Roberts & Lean Fernander,
sisters.

SCHOOLS

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


CARD OF THANKS


I I


C14163
& aS


C14168
. 7 CHRIS CRAFT
CAVALIER, new engine,
tadio, good condition. Must
oell bought bigger boat. See
at Bayshore Marina. The (4c's).
Call Hendrickson 21784 --to 5
p im. 41323 after 5 p.m.


ANNOUNCEMENTS
C14062
JUST ARRIVED
NEW SHIPMENT
Polyester double knit 60-62
n thes wide; also Jersey
material variety of colours,
cuLstim made dresses for ladies
and ( children.
Y EOUR ONE STOP SHOP
FOR ALL SCHOOL
CHILDREN UNIFORMS
Also Polyester double knit
material for men all colours
MODERNISTIC DRY GOODS
Opposite Wulff Road Theatire
Telephone 3-4580

C13910
[lASTER IS NOT FAR AWAY"
Copies of "BAHAMIAN
JOTTINGS" (by Bahamian
boi n Wilhelmina Kemp
Johnstone) will make popul,'
and interesting gifts for mailing
to expatriate friends and
r'elrtives. AT BOOK STORES
AND THE LINEN SHOP,
where they can be
autographed.


Lf NOTICE
C14136
LONG ISLAND Exurmo
merchants. Orders foi chicken
and egg flight on Thursday
April 11th, must be in by b
p n. Wednesday April 10th.
GLADSTONE A RIMS LTDI
341849 or 3-4850.

C 14153
DUE TO THE DEATH OF
HER HUSBAND THE LATE
CARL R. RUSSELL, MRS.
MARTHA RUSSELL HAS
BEEN UNABLE TO KEEP
HER BUSINESS
COMMITMENTS BUT
WISHES TO ADVISE HER
CLIENTS SHE WILL
CONTACT THEM AS SOON
AS POSSIBLE.

IN MEMORIAL
C 14133


C14121
WANTED D:
Seamstresses
arid benefits
2 3365.


C14122
ENGINEER
Bachelor
eIec trial


3 expeni licm e
excellently w ge'
Call fon intervIlew.


Irequned whit
of S e ii i
(i niw tl in jal


engineering or equivalent with
at least 5 years practical
experience. Please call 3 6b211

C 13945
ASSISTANT .nI)i(I.er-,
required for OLIt Isli'r(1 Cr''taij
Colony and Clhili Rosonsiol
for Food and Bevwi cage
department and Housek.r'pnrr:
Applicant muust als,j b able to
under study for th.' Miaiarj,' in
his absence Mlust alsi ih,riv-
minimum of 12 rmonoths
previous expei (ence preferably
in the Out Islandris and hiv
college standard of elduCrtion.
Apply in wilting to: Green
1 1ui tie Club, Gween Tur tie C a,
Abaco

C14108
REQUI RI experiernerd
Supervisor for installing Air
Conditioning, Refrigerat:onr
Equipment and F ibreglass Duct
Systems. Also, knowledge of
Chill-Water Systems. Reply in
writing to: Phil's Refrigeration
& ELectric Motor Co. Ltd.., P.
O Box 571 7ES. Nassau.

C 141447
AUTO MECHANICS ABC
MOTOR S L T D
Must be experirno ed in all
phases o' iimtornobile woi k,
par ticular ly m girne overhaul
Must havrc own hand tools
Reliable and willing to work.
Good pay to light ran IrPaid
holidays anrd miny other finge
bene'itts Apply in person to
Mr William, Monday Finiad .
10 a.m to p nI ,

C 14151
IiOTEL ASSISTANT
MANAGER fPi Out Islarid,
MiliniumL oi b 10 ye i ,
e x p e r i nit pi efl i ble
non-dr inker Give fil i esumer
stating salaiv s ei (i sted to Adv
C 14151b, L o The Tribune, FP
O Box N 320/ Nassau.

ClI 11

STUDENTS
Inter national firmn of chjrter'd
accou'tjrtar ) r requires stud ridts
in their Nassau office
Appllrca-ts should be
considering a career inF
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: Touche
Ross & Co Chartered
Accountants. P. 0. Box
N-7526, Nassau.

C 14006
MOVING?


For Expert Packing &
Forwarding by Sea or Air,
Contact E. H. Mundy &
Co. (Nassau) Ltd., P. 0.
Box N-1893. Phone
2-4511.



APPROVED CARGO
RIGHTS


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HELP WANTED


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THE family of the late Mn.
Capron Cecil Munnigs wish to
thank their many friends and
relatives for the cards, floral
contributions and words of
sympathy during their recent
bereavement
Special thanks to Bacardi arind
Company, Dr. R. E. Cooper
arid the staff of Butler's
Funeral Home.

ENTERTAINMENT
C14159
SETTLER'S PUB & INN
Beaumont Arcade, Bay Street
Telephone 5-9739
TWO BANDS NIGHT [LY
The Nassauvians
The Electric Circle
OPEN TILL 4:00 a.m.


WANTED
C14102
WATERI RON1 lo' home
Lastern Road or West Bay
Street. Owner s plea', 2 76) 12 daT. s or d 18 i) iiu lt6 ,


HELP WANTED


C14155
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper
typist required for real estate
and club development
company. For appointment
call 78421 or 2 or write Box
6202, Nassau.
C 14002
WOLSEY HALL
THE OXFORD CORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE
V' h.itre r thie qud air oni Nouw anti r nl
i (n f () and A' Iicls. a lIondon
t n l'en i l )xgrce Profes',mnal. I '-
',ml ma slnels Sfudie% %ko wVoe,
H elli 'tindn1a 94i I %4 C oui.1
* A-gia .ar, of rtoirln uint i rti rrr pan'
* c" * -tA, n to handinft ar maild of ,,re SI or
c.ii'pi'c X- til iuNolscr Hall niudenis
mill fr i t H I honours degrees hauc
P.i',cd intihe1,rt earr
ic LE 'Cdr ofvpenience rcoilriing in
Ihe rni I t lfkc r itnuridern nrelhods of
p-tian nr .srhurg h- arnnari if'reortorr d
Pcr rn.,il liol rin o I nrer 'our preLis,
SI r ife'. pr;' itlehi' irnilment,

I prepare lor a suctcslul future
rit | rl hn a Free prospetiu% no
[I! MU p XFl M t II
WI I WttHl 0111tIOX SPR


HELP WANTED


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

MUST:
1. Be capable to maintain
and repair the following:
1 1 Ware Hyrdo
Trencher; Couch 24"-42"
propeller pumps. Richard
Palmer and Barber Greene
Salt Harvester; MRS.
4-wheel Diesel truck
tractor; Stephens-Adam-
sons Slinger: Ingersoll-
Rand Vane Type Air
Compressor; Double Deck
Pioneer Screen arid Tyler
V ibrat ing Screenr,
McLanahan three-roll
crusher ; Gornman-Rupp
arid Rex Centrifugal
purnmps.

1 .2 Earth Moving
E(uipment : Load King.
Cook Challenge arid
Peerless Bottorn Dump
trailers, with Air and
L lect ll(ally activated
dump gates; Hardee
trailers with mechanically
operated dump gates.
Caterpillar: D-8; No. 12
Motor Graders; 944 Front
Loader; GuI ries F field
PI a n n re ; Vibrator
Compactor art I an mall
Tiactor.
2 Re( qualified to maintain
and ti eplir:
Rockwell tr arsfer cases ;
Versa Air and I lectricallv
operated control valves;
Diesel engine's turbo
fhaiges, Fuel Ilnjec tion
e'quipmrien t Vl kers
Hydrauhlc controls; Falk
speed reducers; Mader
valves and Hydraulic
punips and ja(cks.

3 B3e qualified in Diesel
power engines, its
maintenance, repairs and
installation:
3.1. Caterpillar Engines
D-311 to D-353 G. M.
I ngires. Series 53, /I and
110 Lister, Deutz, Orran
,ind Continte tal [Diesel
Enginrles.

4. BRe qualified to maintain,
repair and install gasoline
engines:
4.1 Vehicles. Ford, Series
F-100 and 350: V. W :
Ch" vrol nPl t
4.2. Small pumps with
Briggs & Stratton engines.

5 Ber capable to maintain.
repair and install:
5.1. Barber Greene Belt
Conveyor; Aggregates Belt
Conveyors and Carter Belt
Conveyor, firon 24" to
3('' wide its crives and
speed reducers.


6 Must ha ve s om .
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
Inlet hanic tools and
wl 'ni( hes

9 i." willing to do shift
woIk

S 'rnd [nplicJtionl's in
writing to. Plant Manage,
Diamond Crystal Salt Co.,
Clarence Town, Long Island,
Bflaianis to be on timi' for
interview Api'l 19th. i9/4.

L 14066
THE DE ITEC HANKINi.
CORPORATION LIMITED
r e iuires four Chartered
Accountants or Certified
Public Acuounitanrts. Applicants
should htiv .rppo imnlately five
yedIS pr iiles'lrorlal expe oence
with a public accounting fimm
or an inter national f financial
institution Must be willing to
travel pirirarily to Latin
Ainera c n d Euiope Please
ieply to Personnel Department,
The Deltec Banking
Corporation Limited. P. O.
Box N-3229, Nassau.


HELP WANTED


C14157
BANK OF LONDON &
MONTREAL LTD.
Applications are invited for
the position of Accountant
International Banking
Department, with 6ank of
London & Montreal Limited.

Candidates must have had
practical banking experience,
preferably with an
international bank, and be
proficient in the following
aspects of international
mianc':

Control of international
loans, including participation
in loan consortium.

Control of exchange and
financial liquidity position.

Foreign currency exchange
dealing operations.

Fluency in Spanish is required
for communication with the
Bank's Spanish speaking clients
in Central and South America.

The successful candidate will
be based in the Bank's
International Headquarters in
Nassau.

Write giving synopsis of
qualifications and experience
to the Personnel Manager, P. 0.
Box 1262, Nassau, N.P.
Bahamas.

C141b4
COMPETENT cook required
ie fe e nces aind own
ti an sport a t ion necessary.
Phone 77913 4:30 to 6:00
p mn

C 14165
MALL MESSENGER over 1/
years of age. Must own motor
scooter and have in his
possession a valid drivoi 's
licence. Apply in person
Nassau Dairy Products
Limited, Thompson B ulevard,
2:30 to 4:30 p.m.


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I ANTENNAS MEN'SBOYS'WEAR
IslANTENNAS 2618 TheWardobe9

Island TV 2-2618 .,The Wardobe 5"5599


AUTOMOTIVE I

y Lucas Batteries 2 J- 3
Bay Street Garage 2-2434J|

I 30OKSTORE
-he Christian Book Shop
5-8744


BlSINrSS FORMS
F xeuitive
Printers 2-4267/5-4(


MEN'S WEAR

Fashionette Ltd. 2-2376/7

MUSIC

Cody's Records 2-8500

OPTICIANS
Qptical Service Ltd. 2-3910/1


S PAPER


CABINET MAKERS lComm'rcial Paper
House 5-9731
Commonwealth
SFurniture 31120 PRINTING
RI Wong's Printing b-4!)Ub
CAMERAS
S-_____ Executive
John Bull 2-4252/3 Printers 2-4267/5-40 1


ENTERTAINMENT RADIO & T.V. SALES
A Movies Carter's Rccords 2-471,
'Film & Equip. Service 2-2157
a RUBBER STAMPS
GARDEN & PET Wong's Rubber Stamp
SUPPLIES Co. 5-450.
Modernistic Garden SPORTS GOODS
& Pet 2-2868
Nassau Garden & Pet Champion Sport Land 2.1862
Nassau Garden & Pet
Montrose Avenue 2-4259 TRAVEL

S ARD APlaytous 2-2931/7
S HARDWARE R.H. Curry & Co., 2.8681/7

:John S.George 2-8421/6 TV REPAIRS

HOUSE PLANS Channel Electronics Ltd.
3-5478
Evangelos G. Zervos 2-2633
LAUNDRY UPHOLSTERING
DRY CLEANING
*DRY CLEANING 0 Eddie's Upholstering 5-9713
New Oriental Laundry 2-4406 %
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FOR THE ACTION 1OU WANT




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For Business And Services


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CARS FOR SALE MARINE SUPPLIES


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C14161
WANTED: Body and Fender
man. Contact: Gibson Body
Works, Carmichael Road.

TRADE SERVICES
C14027

Pinder's Customs

Brokerage Ltd.

Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU BAHAMAS
P. 0. Box N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
F OLJUIPMENT
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796
2-3797, 2-2798
Airport 7-7434
FREE ESTIMATES

C14057
MASTER TECHNICIANS
LTD., Mackey Street. youi
Whirlpool distributor offers
refrigerators, washers, d years,
compactors, freezers ice
makers, air conditioners arid
garbage disposers.
With one year full warranty on
every home appliance we sell
service done by factory trained
mechanics. Telephone 23713.
5-9322.
C14110
LANDSCAPING and for all
your gai denying needs.
tur uming, hedging, luning.l ,
tree felling .and beach c le.ainrq
call 57810. LAWNS ANI)
HEDGES. Prompt
reasonable a(nd efficient
service.


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

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

C14131
With 16 years experience
Cartwright Swimming Pool
Maintenance & Repair Service
offers the above mentioned at a
low price phone 3-1950.


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


HELP WANTED ]
C15046
SHORT ORDER COOK: Tr,
work in Cafeteria and also at
the Pool. Should have at least
two years experience. Health
certificate, police certificate
and letters of recommendation
required.
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.
BUFFET MAN: Must be able
!o 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

-TOREROOM HELPER: To
rjnoad trailers, check in hep
delivery and store it in the
freezers. Must be able to world
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.


TRADE SERVICES
C14022
SEWING MACHINE
PARTS AND R' PAIRS
Island Furniture Company
P.O. Box N 4818, Nassau
Dowdeswell and Christie Streets
Telephone 21197, 23152.

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

CRAFT SUPPLIES

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


L HELP WANTED
KITCHEN CLEANERS (3):
Must be able to keep large
kitchen area clean. 1 year
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 lette, s 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
recomc enclation required.

GARAGE MAN: To keep
loading dock clean and
compact Hotel garbage. 1 year
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.


INTERESTED PERSONS
APPLY: GRAND BAHAMA
HOTEL, WEST END, Grand
Bahama. Personnel Office
between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
and 3:00 p.m. Monday through
Friday. Mailing address: 158
Port Road, West Palm Beach,
Florida, 33404. Elon Martin,
Jr. Personnel Director.


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

C15057
GARDEN MANGER: To be in
charge of Pantry. Must also be
able to do display & set up for
Buffet and hors d'oeuvres
parties. 3-5 years experience.
Police record, health certificate
and letters of references
required.
PASTRY CHEF: To be in
charge of the Bake Shop &
Pastries, schedule staff and be
responsible for Bake Shop and
outside catering. 5-7 years
experience as a Pastry Chef.
Police record, health certificate
and letters of references
required.
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY:
To do secretarial duties to the
General Manager. Typing,
shorthand and confidential
reports. Must be able to speak
and write French. Police
record, health certificate and
letters of references 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
Port Road, West Palm Beach,
Florida, 33404. Elon Martin,
Jr. Personnel Director.

C15056
ASSISTANT COST
ACCOUNTANT
KNOWLEDGE OF DOUBLE
ENTRY BOOKKEEPING A
MUST. YOU WILL KEEP
DIFFERENT JOURNALS
AND PREPARE VARIOUS
SCHEDULES RELATED
THERETO, INCLUDING
VOLUME ACCOUNTS
RECEIVABLE AND AGING
SAME AT END OF EACH
MONTH. MINIMUM
EXPERIENCE ACCEPTABLE
FIVE YEARS. KINDLY MAIL
RESUME TO KELLY'S
LUMBER YARD
(FREEPORT) LIMITED,
POST OFFICE BOX 681,
FREEPORT GRAND
BAHAMA.


HELP WANTED

C 15059
PIANIST: Pianist to play with
OSSIE HALL BAND at the
Grand Bahama Hotel. Should
have ten years musical
background in playing and
reading music. Applicants
should bring along Police
record, health certificate and
letters of references.
INTERESTED PERSONS
APPLY: GRAND BAHAMA
HOTEL, WEST .END, GRAND
BAHAMA. Personnel Office,
between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
and 3:00 p.m. Monday through
Friday. Mailing Address: 158
Port Road, West Palm Beach,
Fla. 33404, Elon Martin, Jr.
Personnel Director.

C15053
MANAGER/DI RECTOR
REQUIRED FOR HOTEL IN
LYCAYA. MUST HAVE AT
LEAST 7 YEARS
EXPERIENCE IN THE
HOTEL OR CONDOMINIUM
MANAGEMENT BUSINESS,
AS WELL AS PROMOTION
AND P. R. EXPERIENCE.
WORKING KNOWLEDGE OF
GERMAN AN ASSET.
ALSO REQUIRED IS A
FEMALE SPECIAL
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO
THE MANAGER. MUST
HAVE HAD CONDOMINIUM
OR HOTEL EXPERIENCE AS
WELL AS EXPERIENCE IN
DEALING WITH PEOPLE.
WOULD BE INVOLVED
WITH PUBLIC RELATIONS,
PLUS WORKING ON OWN
INITIATIVE PROMOTING
RESERVATIONS. WOULD
ALSO BE IN CHARGE UI-
ALL THE OFFICE
ADMINISTRATION. MAN &
WIFE TEAM WITH ABOVE
EXPERIENCE, AND WHO
WOULD BE FREE TO
TRAVEL ON PROMOTIONS
FOR THE HOTEL, WOULD
BE PREFERABLE. PLEASE
WRITE: P. 0. BOX F-1656,
FREEPORT, BAHAMAS.

C 15054
STOCK CONTROL/PUR-
CHASING AGENT MUST
HAVE MINIMUM OF TEN
YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
OPERATION OF LUMBER
YARD AND HARDWARE
STORE, WITH COMPLETE
KNOWLEDGE OF ALL
MATERIALS HANDLED'
AND ABLE TO DEVELOP
SOURCES OF SUPPLY.
REPLY IN WRITING ONLY
TO KELLY'S LUMBER
YARD (FREEPORT)
LIMITED, POST OFFICE
BOX F681, FREEPORT,
GRAND BAHAMA.


_o___King Featur.. Syndicate, Inc.., 1974. World rillch reerved
"Could I have one puff on your cigar before my
secretary comes in and makes you put it out? "


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0M M 0:lh'f


"Are you agreeing with me only because a it would be so
easy for me to take away your tile, your private office
and your secretary? '


%^"CARROLL RIGHTER'S _...-

-HOROSCOPE -

Is. from the Carroll Righter Institute MORGAN M.D.
mc REX MORGAN, M.D.
S> "'*AL V '.' I IS Today s full moon OL
\ brings consi!('..:r.lc eftivity in whichh You can .-_ J _, I_ ... T'5 ONLY
\0iU! f ul ithe t r Ioucan 2Iso VSIX-TTI4IRTY/
ca. npove yosi relation ninV, others o s YOU DON'T 5UPPOSE THAT SHE'S TO BE
enha-ni c \our position in various .' y matters by utilizing MISS GALE FORGOT ABOUT HERE AT
,our energy and cleverness COMING FOR PINNER SEVEN /
\RIIS i(Mar 21 to Cometo ome to a perfect NIGHTOO YOU,MR
agreement with in associate i7d .I jke this a profitable an d
.apps day Learn to compr n -se more with other
I1 \Lt'U S (Apr 20 to May .v Ideal d..; to arrange your
dutdnc- so tit will he eas r aind faster to perform in ithe
tn iure l ont let others imn,-o 0 1n i' lu
(IlNI I May 21 to Jlne 2 I njoy the recreation you
his in mhe company of good !risneds and relatives Showt .
oherm that you appreciate 'he aihance
1\ CHILDRFN (June 'to Jul 21) You are able to
h!aindiie 'o.e affairs intelligentl c d wisely now Show morre
dcvoilion to loved one Relix at .inie tonight


"On behalf of the Intern: 'i


CROSSWORD

PUZZLE
ACROSS
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10. Pointed ar '
I Apparent '6
13 Leave [dI
15. Resin
17 Compass purnt I ,: '
18 Vampire 4 '
20. Misse shelter
21. Rowing 46 Mfis
equipment 7 -
23. Existed
25. Twitching
26. ,ruA , l. iava 51 Cr:-T o- ,
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blotting out everything, and the stuPned little
bear stumbles about as he tres to keep his
balance. I mustn't go with Jack." he thinks.
"t promised Mummy I'd be back soon Then
with *evn greater fury the gale whisks him off
hi feet and he is lifted upward and upward


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LI uly 22 to Aug 21) Make plans that will make the
future fighter for you Obtain the information you need
m a d rinend Attend the social tonight
\IR () (Aug 22 to Sept 22) (;ood day to get your
rnenJship, mended with allies I h evening can he delightful
i h Nvcd one Make effort to be congenial
I IBR \ iSept 23 to Oct 22' contact a dynamic person
rmn whom you can learn a grcad Jeal Some civic work you
do can prove ve rofitable at th:s time
S( i)RP'I) (Oct 2 -to \Nv 2i' Delve into the work that
requires your attention ear' \ .andr cooperate more with
associatc- Sidestep one who opposes you
SA(Ii IARIUS (Nov 22 i.' Dec 2'1) Repaying social
obligate.n> is the best way to spend some of your time
today Slow your creative abilIty and impress others.
( APRIRP.', (Dec 22 to J.in 20 Make it a point to get
running more snoithly at home and add more
comforts Don't get too chuT-nmy with neighbors
A(l 1RItS I lan 21 to I ei 1 ) Make interesting visit
wherc you can exchange proitaJ!ei ideas with others Don't
relev no handle importa'it correspondence
S-- I (Feb 20 to Mali ()i n ideal day to figure ou;
how :, jid to present !nim-'e 1 explain a plan you have to a
eg T and get the backing .Iu need


Winning


Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
QUtIZ
Dealer South : IE 1 ul
North
9 8 3
SK Q 54
A 10 7 6
SJ
gouth
s Q J 10 a 42 2
12
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South North
AM S 1 4 2
VE N T
X Eb D A conservative bidding se-
A IC Y queAnce. South twoutd have
L- A--+-I A opened on less a;id North surely
l AIAJ has enough to bid 44 on his
T ,LlA. P- own. The singletons, however, do
-- not pull their welght and the
DAY'S PUZZLE contract appears to hinge on the
icr it diamond esse.
West leads the 02. Declarer
tm plays low from dummy and is
; relieved to see the '8 frum
A hst. How should he play ?
S... ANALYSIS : Though the OK
id clearly well placed, a ruff
threatens West s du2 indicates
a four-ceard suit. leaving a
,+, +.- doubleton for East. Since the
lead must be lost twice before
5 :" trumps c-an be drawn, time is oni
the side of tile defence.
South's first move should be
to lead a heart towards dmumy.
fU West goes up with the s A
Iand returns another diamondid,
South wins in dummnny and
n *,,i promptly discards his third duit-
i'nl.nd on ai heart Defenders
,,ir score only two more tricks,
the 4+ K and A.
West East
K A 7 6
SA J 3 10 8 7 6
K 5 4 2 8 3
SQ 7 6 5 4 4 8 3


Chess
By LEONARD BARDEN






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Both White, a strong Pollhi
player, and BlacK, a Swiss inter-
national master. missed the best
continuation in this position
Srom Szapnik v. Bhend in the
European team championship at
bath, where play continued I
SB-R4. P- KKt4; 2 B. P P B:
3 R KR3 and White won a few
moves later. Can you spot what
the masters overlooked during
this sequence ?
Par times: 10 .seconds, chess
master: 30 seconds, chess expert;
2 minutes, county player: 4
minutes, club standard; 7
minutes, average. 15 minutes,
novice,

Chess Solution
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,or K3. Q2 dis ch mates after
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Aai

CINCINNAT
Mathews annou
Aaron will no
until the Atla
their home ope
Monday night.
The Braves
Cincinnati in
and Sunday.
Mathews' an
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ron won't play until home opener, says manager

I Manager Eddie The Atlanta Constitution had behind his manager when he takes a congratulating the 40-year-old slugger
anced today that Hank reported the decision in its Saturday stance." for tying Babe Ruth's all-time home
ot start another game morning editions. run record.
nta Braves return for Aaron tied Babe Ruth's alltime Roninson said he relieved Aaron's "He just congratulated me and
ener against Los Angeles record of 714 home runs on opening appearance in the opener had met the wished me well and hoped I could hit
day Thursday with a first-inning blast requirements of baseball commissioner 715 in a hurry," Aaron told a crush of
were scheduled to meet off Jack Billingham of the Reds. Bowie Kuhn who had said he expected writers in the lobby of a Cincinnati


afternoon games today

announcement was made
Braves' assistant public
or, Jim Schultz.


nwhna


... ... /v 1 | i ii.. 1
Juan Fernandez is seeking his
fifth straight outboard
victory Saturday in San Diego
in the fifth race on the
American Powerboat
Association championship
series.
Fernandez, with his
Bahamian-based "Boar Hog,"
has won all four previous
races and leads the race for
the APBA title by a wide
margin. "Boar Hog," carrying
the Bahamian flag is a 32-foot
Magnum with four 200 hp.
Mercury Trister outboards for
power.
To date Fernandez has
won the Hennessey-Key West
race, Le Club International
Race in December, the
Jockey Club Race in January,
and the Bushmills-KBIG
Grand Prix in California in
March.
Fernandez and co-driver
Gardner Young of
Underwater Tours represent
the only team to finish all
four races in the circuit.

Seven

countries

for golf

battle
TIlE NEW PROVIDENCE
Division of the Bahamas Golf
Association has confirmed that
the Caribbean Metal Products
Trophy an inter Caribbean
Ladies golf tournament will be
contested from August 15 to
I8 at the South Ocean golf
course,
This tournament which is
similar to the Iloerman Cup,
comprises seven countries
including the Bahamas. The
others are Puerto Rico,
I'rinidad, Jamaica, St. Thomas,
St. Croix and Guantanimo Bay.
IEach team consists of six
ladies and there are net as well
as gross awards.
It was also announced that
the local squad will be selected
from the results of three trial
events n New Providence and
three in Grand Bahama.
lie N.P.D. events co-incide
wit tilhe men's International
trials and will be played on
April 29 at South Ocean, May
26 at Lt ford Cay and June 30
at Paradise Island.
All interested ladies should
enter immediately by
contacting the C.M.P. 1974
co-ordinator Beryl Higgs at
319)82 or 27521 or Sue
Bennett of the tournament
co)tmmittee at 29325.
IThe uGrand Bahama Division
is taking identical action and
thie "six lady team will be
selected using the results of
both divisions.

Thompson

takes

marathon
ATH ENS Britain's Ian
IThompson paced himself
beautifully in a light drizzle
throughout the 26 mile, 385
vard course, today and won
the Ilth international classical
marathon race in 2.13.50.2.
Another Britisher, Coleby
Current, placed second in
2.18.49.2 and Ron Kurrle of
the United States was third in
2. 22 .40.2.
More than 100 participants,
34 of them foreigners, ran in
the race to Athens to finish in
the all white marble
Panathenian Stadium. The
stadium was the site of the first
modern Olympics in 1896.
Thompson was never pressed
after the halfway mark as he
surged ahead of fellow
countryman Current who was
keeping pace with him up till
then.


Braves general manager Eddie
Robinson gave Mathews his backing.
"He makes that decision and I'm
being him," Robinson said. "It's a
general manager's place to stand


By GLADSTONE THURSTON
KIRK Smith's eight-hit
thirteen-strike out attack was
neatly complemented by third
baseman Ben Rolle's throwing
error in the bottom of the
eighth and final inning as pinch
runner Carlton Neeley scored
the unearned run lifting Del
Jane Saints to an 8-7 edge over
Heineken Stars last night.
Going into the bottom of
the decider, relief pitcher
Bummy Albury who took the
loss issued lead off batter John
Adderley a base on balls. Eddie
Ford's single into left field
assisted his advancement to
third where Neeley took over
scoring the winning tally.
Having kept the Stars in
check over five innings, Smith
a right hander confidently
overcame a six run sixth inning
attack and, backed by great
defence retired the Stars in
one, two, three order over the
remaining two frames. Of the
33 batters he faced Smith
issued only one walk.
Willie Thompson and Benny
Bain matched rbi's in the
fourth inning before the Stars


the Braves to use Aaron in Cincinnati.
"Of course, Aaron will still be
available to pinch hit here in crucial
situations," Robinson said.
Yesterday, Aaron received a
telephone call from President Nixon,


with one down in the top of
the sixth lashed out for leading
runs.
Ben Rolle highlighted that
inning with a two rbi double in
a bases loaded situation. He
scored one. John Rolle added
another rbi and scored one
besides forcing a two base
throwing error which scored
the other run.
Undaunted by the attack,
Del Jane returned in the
bottom of the frame and
lashed out on Starter David
Micklewhite forcing him to
retire. Pinch hitter Joe McPhee
besides scoring a run
contributed an rbi. He was hit
by the pitch with bases loaded
and scored on a wild pitch.
Micklewhite's substitute
Barry Carroll was still unable
to stop the surging Saints who
crossed the plate for two more
runs in the bottom of the
seventh creating a seven all tie.
Anthony Bowe and McPhee
knocked in the runs.
DEL JANE
ab r h rbi
A. Bowe 3 0 0 1
J. Adderlev 3 0 0 0
C. Neeley 0 1 0 0


PINCII HITTER


Taylor connected for a two ibi
single in the top of the seventh
topping Becks Bees three run
rally as their encounter against
Carroll's Food Store ended in a
nine all tic after regulation
time.
That game will be reslv-Cd
when both teams meet aiiain.


hotel.
"Then we talked about his
son-in-law, David Eisenhower, and he
told me he was no longer a sports
writer, that he was now a lawyer. I
didn't know that,"


Aaron joined the legendary
Ruth on his first swing of the
1974 season, a three-run blast
that carried 380 feet over the
left field fence in Riverfront
Stadium.
I teel like it's all over," he
said. "I feel relaxed."
Aaron said he had met the
president "but this was the
first time he's called me. I
guess it came through abortt
9:30 or 10 this morning. I
guess his secretary called, bu
when I got on the phone they
just said it was the
president "
Aaron said lie also received
about 100-200 telegrams,
saying "they all were
special.".
He said they included
congratulations from former
major leaguers Willie Mays.
Roy Camipanella and Joe
Black.
"No, I haven't heard from
Mrs. Ruth, he said.
Re uslts trm \ .'sterda\ 's gamlies
B.iltimore i, 1 ,'troil 2
(',itf,)rmi 8, t hicago 2
ii i. : i ,, ;sis ( it\, 4.
S.i n I ronc. 5. touston 1
St I oui, (i itttthurgli 5
S.\n .an iego 0

England

win Test
PO()RI 1 OF SPAIN ngland
\\, the ti!1al !'est against the
V Indis by 2h runs and
tiq.aired the' series onie-all
I ti la di st Inninines 267
I ngland 2nd tinnin.s 26.1
\\est ldiie 1s 2nd Innings
(io\ernietlt 30 Ir 0)
1< redirti k run out 36.
i.. t Riie lb\v Birkensha\\ 25.
A. italhiharan c I letcher b (,reig
i).
I loti d c and b ,reig 1 3
R Kanhai I letci. her b ,reig 7.
(; Shters Uniider\mood 20.
1 M\lur.ca c lnetcher b (Greig 33.
B Julien c ltenness b 'Pocock.
K Bliii c not out 34.
1 All L 'iiderm\,iid h ) ;reig 15.
1, (ibh.s bos led Arnold I.
S\tras (h1)9 l2 n2) 13.
I ortl 199.
Wickets fell at 63 64-65-
Q2 132 138-1t66-197 199.
tB tling: .Arnold 5.3 1 13 1,
Gireie 33 6 70.5: PIocock 25 7 -22 2.
'ndiir\ood 15 7 1) I
'"esc Indies Ist s Iniiilngs 305.
Sngland It in 0 niie' 2()7.
\\,.s Indies 2ind ti[nin) s
{ lo r linti -1h 3)0 for o>


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Above: Bahamas' first
major leaguer Andre
Rodgers (right) receives a
Bahamas Federation of
Amateur Sports hon-
brary plaque from Miss
Bahamas Agatha Watson
during last Saturday's
B .(;.A.S. awOrds
presentation. The
federation's former
president Mr. Vince
Fergluson looks on.


LORIMER



LIFTS


LEEDS



AGAIN

LONDON Peter Lorimer and Billy Bremner scored goals
today and sent Leeds United back to winning form on the run-in
to the English soccer championship title.
Leeds downed Derby 2-0 and stayed out in front in the race.
But Liverpool edged Queen's Park Rangers 2-1 and are still well
placed to overhaul the leaders.


Leeds have 54 points with
five games left. Liverpool have
48 points but have eight games
left to play.
Leeds, after faltering and
losing ground in recent weeks,
were cheered on by a crowd of
40,000.
Lorimer, who has been out
of form and had been left out
of the Leeds line-up, returned
to the team and scored a fine
goal in the 17th minute. He
brushed off a challenge by two
Derby players and lobbed the
ball over goalkeeper Colin
Doulton's ahead.
Leeds continued attacking
but Derby defended stoutly
and kept the score to 1-0 at
halftime. Bremner made it 2-0
in the 70th minute.
A crowd of 55,000 saw
Liverpool take another stride
towards the title. But it was a
tough fight against Queen's
Park Rangers.
Liverpool led 2-0 at
halftime, but both goals were
lucky. The first came from a
penalty in the seventh minute
when John Toshack was
fouled. Alec Lindsay mis-hit
his penalty shot but the ball
rolled in.
Then in the 31st minute
Toshack headed lan
Cjall ghan's centre into the
goalmouth and Rangers
defender Terry Mancini ran the
ball into his own net.
Dave Thomas pulled one
back for Rangers early in the
second half. Liverpool had to
do a lot of defending, and
goalkeeper Ray Clemence
made some fine saves to keep
Rangers out'.
Liverpool have now gone 20
matches without a defeat.
Other first-division games:
Arsenal 0 West HamO.
Arsenal did all the attacking
but 19-year-old goalkeeper
Mervyn Day saved West Hami
and helped his team to another
valuable point in the struggle
to stay in the First Division.
Five minutes from the end
Day made the finest save of the
game from a close-range shot
by Ray Kennedy. 37,868.
Norwich 0 Manchester
United 2. Both teams appear
doomed to drop to the Second
Division, but Manchester made
a big effort to escape with two
second-half goals Lou Macari
lobbed the ball over goalkeeper
Kevin Keelan's head in the
66th minute, and Jim
Greenhoff scored a similar goal
four minutes from the end.
Norwich's Ted McDougall
was out of luck with a series of
fine headers. 28.223.
Manchester City 1 Ipswich
3. Dave Johnson volleyed in a
low cross by Bryan Hamilton
to put Ipswich ahead in the
seventh minute. Mike
Summerbee levelled the scores
in the 65th minute. But
Ipswich 20 meters, and Peter
Morris, whose cross was
diverted into goal by a
defender. 22,269.
Southampton 0 Chelsea 0.



Lions stc

tour go-


BILLY BREMNER in
trophy winning days ... he
scored against Derby this
afternoon.

Southampton missed scoring
chances in an untidy game.
Peter Osgood, who joined
Southampton from Chelsea a
month ago, was closely marked
and had little chance to shine
against his old team. 27,268.


English League
Division 1
Arsenal 0 West Ham 0
Leeds 2 Derby 0
Leicester 3 Birmingham 3
Liverpool 2 QPR 1
Manchester City I Ipswich 3
Newcastle 2 Everton 1
Norwich 0 Manchester Utd 2
Sheffield Utd. 0 Coventry I
Southampton 0 Chelsea 0
Stoke 4 Burnley 0
Wolves I Tottenham I
Division 2
Aston Villa I Swindon I
Blackpool 1 Hull 2
Bolton 1 Cardiff 1
Bristol City 2 Carlisle O
Crystal Palace 0 Portsmouth 0
Fulham 0 West Bromwich 0
Luton 4 Preston 2
Middlesbrough 4 Notta Count 0
Notts Forest 2 Sunderland 2
Orient I Millwall I
Oxford I Sheffield Wed 0
Division 3
Blackburn I Port Vale I
Brighton 2 Walsall I
Cambridge 3 Rochdale 3
Charlton 0 Bournemouth U -
Grimsby 3 Plymouth 0
Halifax 0 Watford 0
Hereford 0 York City 0
Shrewsbury 3 Huddersfield 0
Wrexham 0 Aldershot 0
Oldham 2 Tranmere 2
Barnsley 0 Northampton 2
Brentford 0 Stockport 0
Doncaster 1 Exeter 0
Lincoln 4 Bury 3
Mansfield 0 Bradford City 0
Newport 0 Hartlepool 0
Peterborough 4 Crewe 0
Reading 0 Scunthorpe 0
Swansea 0 Darlington 0
Torquay 3 Rotherham 0
Workington 3 Gillingham 3
Scottish Cup semi finals:
Hearst 1 Dundee United I
Scottish League
Division I
Ayr United 0 Aberdeen 0
Celtic I Arborath 0
Dumbarton 3 Hibernian 3
Dundee 2 Morton I
East Fife I Falkirk 2
Motherwell 1 Rangers 4
St. Johnstone 3 Dunfermline I
Division 2
Airdrie 4 Hamilton 1
Albion Rovers 0 Stranraer 2
Brechin 0 Kilmarnock 4
Cowdenbeath 0 Clydebank 2
East Stirling 1 Stirling Alb 0
Queen of the South 5 Montrose 0
St. Mirren 0 Alloa I
Stenhousemuir 0 Raith Rovera 1


ir gets


ahead


EDINBURGH lan McLaughlin, stocky prop of the
allstar British Lions rugby team, has won leave of absence
to take part in his side's controversial tour of South Africa
this summer which British Government Ministers have
urged should not take place.
McLaughlin, known as "Mighty Mouse" because of his
small but massively compact frame, still does not know
whether he will leave with the team which consists of the
finest players from Scotland, England, Wales, Northern
Ireland and the Irish Republic.
Leave of absence from his duties as a physical training
teacher in Edinburgh was granted only on the leader
majority of one by a partial session of the Edinburgh
Education Committee.
Ten Conservative members of the committee approved
for McLaughlin's application and nine Socialists opposed it.
McLaughlin now has to wait for a plenary session of the
committee to decide April 19.
Conservative leader on the committee Brian Meek aid
McLaughlin had received the highest honour possible for a
rugby player in being chosen for the British Lions.
Meek said to stop him going would not stop the tour. He
added it was wrong to pick on McLaughlin merely because
some persons disapproved South African policies.
Labour committee member Ian Hoy said if McLAughlls
got leave of absence it would represent tacit support from
Edinburgh for what he called "the repugnant racial
policies of South Africa."
Foreign Secretary James Callaghan and Sports Mtater
Dennis Howells ahve urged the rugby authorities to eame
the tour. (AP)


Right: Squash rackets'
men champion Robert
Montgomery receives the
Bahamas Federation
Amateur Sports first
runner up award from
former president Mr.
Vince Ferguson (left).
Pitures: RICKEY WILLS


Saints edge




Stars 8-7


., lIord 3
E. Moxev 4
P. Bethel 2
B. Bain 3
A. Bostwick 3
K. Rodgers 2
S. Wilkinson 0
B. Johnson 0
J. Wright 2
J. McPhee 1
T. Neeley 0
it. Riley 0
EI-INI- KEI
Pan Johnson 4
P. Saunders 3
B. Ellis 0
R. Smith 4
W. Thomtpson 4
K. Grahami 4
B. Rolle 4
Pau Johnson 1
C. Knowles I
E. Iarquhaism 0
B. Alhury I
J. Rolle 3
D.Micklewhite 3
B. Carroll I


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The Tribune - Saturday, April 6, 1974.


Be a BIG WINNER


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CLUES ACROSS:
I. A half-drowning person, desperately
hs escuer creates a dangerous situation.
5 Vessel


h is arms round


7 The volce or a long-winded lecturer on
montonousiy is likely to have a sopor fic effect.
9 Generally an examination of its paper may well show it to be
coA nterfeit.
12. An overconfident person would an important
decision and not ,i-rry about the consequences
1 3 Aneshet-ic
15 Cleanring agent
16 If alone and 'rom remote part of country, older
would t, J bablv b n fascinated seeing traffic itn big city for
first t!-)-
19 Chopped
21 levaiuat-r, -of his country's cliurrency is imminent,
tourist woid formally y cash his travellers' checks
immed at-ly
22. Pay ates by trade union boses might seem very
high to someone living on a small pension.
23 If sling hirsts 'hen being hoisted by a crane, you'd expect
goods to c-ash down on ,t
CLUES DOWN:
1. In trying to - a tendency to hook, golfer may
develop a slice.
2 Drag
3. Expert ga dener no.,ld really enjoy explaining why one of
his roses has three Duds while a neighbour's similar one has
4. A charming olIt iman might make the picture of a-- -
speech at a dinner on the occasion of his golden wedding.
6. Speaks
8. Usually it' the silly young girl who finds a --- man very
romantic in a movie.
10. Describing how he had fared at a new restaurant in his
dining-out column, reporter may simply say the --- was
delicious.
I 1. A debater who continually -- up on a point of order
will irritate people
14. Competent
16. A account of a bullfight would be particularly
horrifying to a sensitive person.
17. Orchestra.
18. A politician seeking to win the leadership of his party might
be considered too
19. Old.
20. Escaped prisoner in mystery story might evade bloodhoc nds
by hiding in -- -- interior of hollow tree.

K-KEY WORDS-
THIS LIST CONTAINS, AMONG OTHERS
THE CORRECT WORDS FOR
PRIZEWEEK CROSSWORD PUZZLE.


ABLE
AGED
AXED
BAND
BILL
BOAT
CLAMPING
CLAPPING
CLASPING
CURB
CURE


DANK
DARK
DECIDED
DECK
DERIDED
DOCK
FEARING
FOOD
FOOL
GAS
HEARING


HOPS
LADS
LADY
LOVING
LUCID
LURID
MAKE
MARKED
MASKED
MILD
MOVING


NINE
NONE
POPS
PULL
RAMBLING
RUMBLING
SOAP
TAKE
TALKS
WILD
WILL


GRAND


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published i a turda, 's edition only
4 After you ha .ve filled in every blank space
in the pti7l e, clip it out and send it or
deliver it to The Tribune Prize Crossword
Puzzle. P O 0 Box N3207, Nassau (or The
Tribune, Pri-le Crossword Puzzle. Kiplngq
Building, P. 0. Box F485, Freeport) All
entries must be received at the offices of
The Tribune not later than 12 noon on
Thursday to lowing publication of the


CRUISE IN THE SU


The luxurious interior of this
mragnificentORLANDOCLIPPE.R isthe
result of brilliant styling. It has
anodized metal fame with tempered
shatter-proof glass, full reclining seats.
The hull is time tested and will give


crossword puzzle Entries received after
this time will not be accepted This
newspaper is not responsible for any
entries lust or delayed in the mail
5 A contestant may submit any number of
entries, provided the entree forms printed
in this newspaper are used
6 Do not erase or write over your entries
Any entries containing ernsures or
write-overs will not be judged Illegible
entries will not be accepted.
7 The contest is open to everyone except
employees of The Tribune and members of
their immediate families, and employees of


te i t e i y


Maura Lumber Company limited and
members of their immediate families
8 The winner of The Tribune Prize
Crossword Puzzle will win a brand new
Orlando Clipper Cutlass de luxe model boat
with a 50 h.p. Johnson or Evinrude engine
(retail value $4220 at Maura Lumber
Company). In the event of a tie the
winners will receive Tribune vouchers to
the value of their cash share of the boat
prize encashable for goods of that value at
Mauma Lumber Company.


ORLANDO
CLIPPER

CUTLASS


you outstanding performance. There is
no finer boat afloat for the money.
Made by a firm with over 20 years
experience. That's ORLANDO
CLIPPER! What a boat!!


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The outboard motor that's built for
everyone. It's right at home with
the jet fun set as well as the
commercial fisherman. EVINRUDE
50, the motor that's built for work
or play. IT FEATURES:
Fire power breakerless CD
electronic ignition Power pilot,
power shift with positive
mechanical follow through New
pre-set tilt lock Pressure backed
piston rings Pulse tuned exhaust *
Automatic pressure temperature
controlled cooling Power port
loop-charged engine Computer
matched gearing!
And options you never even
dreamed about. "No motor so little
ever did so much."


The name means Performance in outboard motors. Top
speed, trolling speed eco> inomy, dependability, all the things
you want in an outboard motor. If you want a motor of
mid range size with sl IOHNSON 50 with loop charging for more Horse-Power LME pN
with less fuel. Johnson, the one you really need in these PHONE 24001 --24101
days of fuel crisis. P.O. Box N-8177, NASSAU


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