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VOL. LXXI, No. 116 Tuesday, April 9, 1974 Price: 20 Cents


Eye Wing extension ready by June, says Roker


By MIKE LOTHIAN
THE $400,000 three-storey extension to the
Eye Wing at the Princess Margaret Hospital will
be finished by the end of May, four months
ahead of schedule, Health Minister A. Loftus
Roker confirmed today.
But work on the slow-moving $6.5 million
main extension, already two years in the
building, will not resume until about June
because of delays in completing architectural
drawings.
The extension adjoining the Eye Wing on
the extreme eastern side of the PMH
compound has been constructed by Guarantee
Builders with a steel frame, concrete floors and


Mirss M geurite. Johnsmn and Mrs. InOrica'n Duitord outside tihe
to urt itia,


Robbers fired



shots in bank.... pvided
screwed on right.
c u t y.ald he go off the line at
tOU I Q ght in trying to pull hi-


A BANK'S assistant
accountant told a court she
had to duck behind a teller's
wicket when a robber fired
several shots.
Miss Margeurite Johnson was
giving etldence in the trial of
three \ew Providence men
accused ol armed lobbery and
receiving
foda i Mrs. Dorlean
Duford, oiitccr in charge of thei
L\ foid C iy Royal Bank of
Canada. took the witness box.
A tar witness in the
prosecution's case. conducted
by Asst Crown (Counsel
Pericles \ailis, Mlrs l)Dufford's
evidence tullo_\Vcd bat of ho'r
,,vork. 'Mliss .lJoinson who
yeste:lda g1ave an account oft
the armed robbery which
netted two masked andi armed
raiders $34.370 65 shortlI
after 1 1 a.I n \iii'A u st 1(, last
year.
\Mrs Ii)utord, in hier e\ idence
this morning, said that
included in thie imoneo taken
were a green 'sS bill. a torn S5 )
bill and some S1 bills whih
were stapled totetlier
\ttorne'\ Cecil \VW Whittleld
and lcnn>son Wells represent
Sears Represetlting Russell is
attorney ( harles Barnwell
A 11n o the co-accsedt.
Christopher Johnson. 25, of
('amnbridge Street. wasis
yesterday, senteniied to tour
years in ,il for his part in the
offence at'er haimg pleaded
guil t
'lie 'nvic' ted waiter is
e\ pect-d 1,) l111ke .ilotthler
appel.rance before the court s,
a1 detence w! te\lt ss. as indicated
pri'r to i,,s senIecncinii' |i\
iatto i ic\ ost wick
1 is Johinsmi, test iN ll
ft allowing the re-call ot the It i\


headed by Mr. Spurgeon
Bethell, after legal arguments,
told the court of having to
duck behind a teller's wicket
when one of the robbers, fired
off several shots inside the
bank..
She was in the bank
betwe-n 11 5 n,itd 1 1 t 30a.mn.
when she saw two masked men
wearing cover-alls and carrying
guns enter the building, she
said.
One of them appeared about
5 feet 9 or I 1 inches and the
other was about six feet, she
said
he taller one dashed
behind lthe counter, went to
li' c teh fl (ladi% pulilud
themin out then came acIoss to
ine and pushed me toward the
safe," slit' testified
While he cleaned out the
sat', the other armed robber
"stayed at tlie front with the
Oiiun holding them towards the
customers and Mrs. Duford."
lihe other robber "took
everything Irom tile safe
except a ftew gold and silver
coins and then dashed from
behind tile counter and
through tile door, leaving the
thlier one behind "
A.ftter this occurred, she said
lie shorter robber started
walking out thile bank
backwards and on his way out
he began firing. "Mrs. Duford
and myself went behind the
tellers wickets tr ing to get out
of the back door but we
couldn't because of the top
latch on the door "-
She said that after lihe final
shot was fired, ai car began to
pull off in the yard. "I got up,
ran towards the front window
and s,\aw a red Triumph Herald
I Ro. convertible, number 347
it was going away.\


MAN ACCUSED OF

$9,813 HOLD-UP


1)1SM\OND McKIN Y, V. an
Infant View Road, Chipp-
ingham, carpenter's helper, was
yesterday charged with six
counts of armed robbery and
unlawful possession of a
revolver
The 20- ear old man, known
as "Nugget," was also charged
vestertda\ ithi unilawfuilly
escaping custody on \larch 15.
Separate prelitiniary
inquiries have been set into tlhe
charges.
Police accuse McKinney of'
the February 23 hold-up of the
William Brewer ('Company
office on Chesapeake Road
when cash and cheques
amounting to $9.8 13.03 were
stolen. I'he charge alleges that
he was also concerned with

Shobek
MI ('IIIA1II Shobek,.
1 9-year-old Milwaukee
song-writelr accused of the
murder of Massillon, Ohio
attorney Paul V Ilowell was

AT

SEE
A FOOL AND HIS
MONEY
DON'T SHOP AT
DOLLY
Land ON SAVE!


another person at the time of
the offense.
The second count accuses
him of being armed with a
revolver The charge is
followed by another accusing
him of holding up Rudy
Baillou on February 3 and
robbing her of a hand-bag
containing personal effects and
$4 cash. Preliminary hearing
dates have been set for May 23
and May 30. respectively.
On another armed robbery
charge, McKinney is accused of
robbing Margaret Johnson and
Paula Bethell, two tellers at the
Palmdale Bank of Nova Scotia
of $14.329.36.
Preliminary inquiries into
the charge will be heard on
June 6 before Magistrate
Osadebay.

charged
formally charged before
Magistrate Emmanuel
Osadebay in connection with
that offence yesterday.
Shobek, held by police in
connection with two other
deaths, was remanded in
custody without bail until
April 25.
A preliminary inquiry into
Howell's murder is expected to
take place then. The American
lawyer was found knifed to
death in his 15th floor suite at
the Paradise Island Holiday Inn
Hotel on December 5, last
year.


- REHIRE

THESE

PEOPLE, .
_uage of t
I O oV ,been" official
.vo Dutch me--"
r .,:an Parliament
v.1io0 Patijn and /,
.ek, both of the
have asked
commission i'
I pubiah iiRPORT Airline
Allied Workers Union
,day expressed concern over
the "high-handed fashions" in
which 26 Bahamasair
employees were recently
dismissed, and called on
management to rehire the
workers under a rotation
system.
The rotation system would
reduce the overall working
time and pay of all
employees, while skirting the
necessity to entirely deprive
any workers of heir
livelihood.
"Minister (Clement)
Maynard, whose portfolio tht
airline conies under, is well
aware of the rotation scheme
implemented in the hotel
industry. We therefore cannot
see any reason for
management not rotating
staff in the same manner as
the hotels and private
industry do," an AAAWU
release signed by president
Reg Grant said.
Urging management to
re-hire the fired employees
and institute a rotation
system to avoid any
dismissals, the union added:
"Based on our investi-
gations, it is possible for the
company to easily do this
without any problems. It is
felt that this approach would
encourage private industry to
use this method when it is
found that there are too
many employees on the job
for current volumes, of work,
or when dismissal appears to
be necessary."
The union wondered
whether the dismissals were
"absolutely necessary,"
particularly in view of their
assertion that "just a few
weeks ago there were a
number of employees hired in
all areas of the company."
The AAAW'U was once a
powerful force in Bahamian
aviation but was considerably
weakened and disorganised
by the collapse of Bahamas
Airways in October, 1970.
In recent months, however,
the union has been
reorganising and with the
help of consultants from
other unions has been
engaged in a membership
drive.
Late last year it applied to
Bahamasair for recognition as
sole bargaining agent for the
flag-carrier's employees, but
so far without success. It has
won recognition from
Nassau Air Dispatch, which
handles local ground
operations for several major
airlines.
The Engineering, Fuel,
Service and Allied Workers
Union has also been trying
recently to expand into
Aviation, with success limited
by the Labour Ministry's dim
view of any union's attempts
to expand outside its
traditional sphere of activity.




CONVICT ESCAPES
ANDREW THOMPSON, a
convict considered "very
dangerous," escaped from tht.
Fox Hill Prison this afternoon.
DAYLIGHT SAVING
THE Cabinet Office
announced today that Daylight
Saving Time will begin at 2
a.m. on Sunday, April 28, and
continue until 2 a.m. Sunday,
October 27.


roof, to a design matching the existing hospital
buildings in appearance.
The contract for the project was signed in
late October and called for completion in
September this year.
FACILITIES
In a telephone interview Mr. Roker told The
Tribune this morning that workers are now
expected to complete their jobs at the site by
the end of May, and hospital staff will
immediately begin moving in for an official
opening some time in June.
The ground floor will accommodate a
waiting area, receptionist, secretary's office,
examination room, blood donor's room,


laboratory, recovery room and a supervisor's
office.
The second floor will provide facilities for
the haemotology and serology laboratories, a
supervisor's office, a doctor's office and plant
room.
The third floor will consist of doctors'
offices, three open children's wards, two single
wards, a treatment room, showers and lavatory
facilities.
The contract signed in October was for
$378.000, but that cost was in addition to the
price of the steel for the frame, purchased
independently beforehand by the Ministry.
The speed with which the Eye Wing


wide-opeW c
succeed Pompido
seems certain:
At a news conference by- h n,, i. evident most probae Bahamas today. I-rom left, Dr. Andrew I.stakis, council member: Dr. Ada
Thompson-Hephurn, vice-president. pFran- rd rawford. treasurer and Dr. Stephen ash, secretary.
iove Fran"e .way ',Dr. Richard Crawford. treasurer and Dr. StepihenC (ash. secretary.


ime


say


By NICKI KELLY
"ONE OF the myths
which must go if the
Bahamas is to have a
modern medical service is
the belief that there is
such a thing as free
medicine, the Medical
Association of the
Bahamas stated today.
"In Britain, Sweden and
the U.S. where there is
so-called free medical care,
people pay through the
eyeballs in income and other
taxes," MAB president Dr.
John Lunn told a news
conference today.
The meeting with the press
was the kick-off in the
Association's 1974 crash
programme to educate the
public as to the medical
facilities available to them here
and how best to go about
making use of them.
The MAB is advocating a
system by which those who are
able to pay for medical care are
required to do so, thus making
it possible for those without
funds to receive the best
possible care available.
Present at this morning's
news conference were: Dr.
Andrew Esfakis, MAB council
member: Dr. Ada Thompson-
Hepburn, vice-president: Dr.
Richard Crawford, treasurer
and Dr. Stephen Cash,
secretary.
Among other matters
discussed was the hospital
facilities at the Princess
Margaret Hospital, recom-
mendations tor improving
these, and the manner in which
national insurance will apply io
the medical profession.
"One of the problems in the


to


pay,


doctors


Bahamian medical service as a
whole is that it is a colonial
structure seeking to function in
a post colonial era," Dr. Lunn
said.
He pointed out that "until
primary, care was
decentralised" into health
centres it would not be
possible to run the country's
health services along modern
lines.
Basic to medical
decentralization is the removal
of the hospital facilities from
the civil service, the MAB says.
The Association also advocates
the establishment of
community health centres
to ease the burden on the
facilities of the Princess
Margaret Hospital.
FINANCIAL DRAIN
In pushing for a news
administrative structure for
Bahamian medicine, the
doctors feel it is time that
Bahamians start paying their
way medically. Dr. Thompson
noted that modern medicine
was out of the aspirin age and
consequently expensive. Those
who could pay therefore.
should be made to do so as a
means of providing proper
medical care for those who
could not.
"T'he concept of paying is
not new to Bahamians," Dr
Lunn observed. He said that
many Bahamians would leave
the Out Patients department
and fly to Miami where they
paid heavily for medical
treatment.
"'The tragedy is that man\
of things that they go
elsewhere for can be done here
and are being done here," Dr
Thompson noted.
All the doctors agreed that
this lack of confidence in the


country's medical facilities was
a financial drain on the
economy.
Commented Dr. Lunn:
'There is no other country in
the Caribbean where so many
of the people spend so much of
their resources in medical
treatment."
Dr. Esfakis said he had been
told by an insurance official
that 60 per cent of the medical
claims paid out bN his
company had gone to people
who had sought treatment inI
the United States.
The doctors wanted it made
clear that they were not
opposed to individuals seeking
treatment abroad, but felt it
was important for the public to
know what was available here
One way to overcome this
exodui was through medical
education, Dr Thompson said
"If a person feels he can be
properly taken care of here he
will not go to Miami and spend
three or four times as much."
She felt that people tended
to be unfair to the Princess
Margaret. Much was made of
the bad things, but little was
heard of the good. Dr
Thompson said that much ot
the Association's present
efforts would be directed to
educating the public how best
to use the hospital so as to
alleviate the present crowded
conditions that exist in some
departments.
According to Dr Lunn a
great many noin-crisis,
non-enmergency problems were
being brought to Out Patients
which in size and number of
stall was inadequate to deal
with them
lie supported a recent
statement by IHealth Minister
L ot ttIs Roker that manv


Taxi-man backs airport bus


A TAXI-DRIVER who
claimed through this
newspaper that PLP men
wrecked the taximen's claims
for a 50 percent fare increase
said he is not going to have
anything more to do with the
union and intends to support a
bus system from the airport.
Bernard Watkins, (pictured)
a cab driver for 20 years, said a
public transport system should
be set up from the airport that
will provide service every half
hour round the clock to the
town with no less than 100
passengers.
He also felt that government
should stop playing politics
and "should put this into
practice immediately."
Government's announced
intention last month to
implement a bus system from
the airport has brought strong
criticism from the cab drivers
and the taxi union, but some


including Oswald Bernard. who
quit being in cabbie in 1%9
have favoured the introduction
of a bus service as long
overdue.
Although government have
agreed to a 30 percent fare
hike for cabbies they have also
said they would like to have
representation from taxi
drivers on their public
transport proposals. It is
understood that the taxi union
are scheduled to meet this
week with government to
outline these proposals.


But Mr Watkins sas Ihe has
now stopped driving taxis and
will never drive them again.
lie said that since the
publication of his original story
in The Tribune, March 19, his
telephone at his Staplcdon
Gardens home has hardly
stopped ringing. "Quite a few
congratulated me for having
the guts to say something, but
most of them threatened me
that I could lose my taxi
licence."
lie said in order to put their
minds at rest he wanted them
to know that he wasn't born a
taxi driver and didn't have to
remain one to live.
He told The Tribune he had
now made other arrangements
to have long-time friends and
associates drive his taxi and
"they could give me anything
they wanted in their
discretion."


extension has moved to completion on the
eastern side of the hospital compound is
partially eclipsed by the snail's pace that has
marked the progress of the main extension on
the western side.
PLANS HOLDUP
The extensions were announced in earl.
1972 after Government shelved plans for an
entirely new hospital because of the $32
million cost.
Work at the main extension site was begun
in May, 1972 and for a variety of reasons, the
foundations and the incomplete steel frame are
the only visible results of work in the two
years since then.


Late delivery of the steel
and other supplies stalled
work on the two initial stages
of the project, and there has
been virtually no activity at
the site since late last year.
Mr. Roker said today that
the delay in resuming 4
construction was the result of
incomplete plans.
He said while plans for the
third of four stages in th"
first phase have been re;
for some time, the I
drawings relating to ii,.
fourth stage were completed
only about a month ago.
DELAYED
He said work on the third
stage was not begun because
it was closely "interwoven"
with works scheduled for
stage four. As Government
prefers to give both stages to
the same contractor in an
effort to reduce cost, the
calling for tenders had to be
delayed until stage four plans
were complete.
He said that as Works
Ministry quantity surveyors
have to meticulously analyse
the various bids, he does not
expect the contract to be let
until around June.
Despite that delay,
however, the Minister said a
projection he gave earlier this
year, that the main extension
would be completed during
the first half of 1975, is still
accurate.
At the same time, though.
he confirmed 'hat the works
slated for completion by
mid-1975 do not include a
new maternity ward, once an
integral part of the expansion
plans.
OUT PATIENTS
lie said the work he
expects to be finished next
year centres around the
provision of new out patients
and casualty departments.
According to plans
disclosed when the
expansions were first
announced in early 1972, the
work Mr. Roker was
discussing today involves a
two-storey extension
comprising the out patients
and casualty facilities, a
dispensary, medical records, a
dental department, and
X-Ray and laboratory
sections.
The new maternity wing
was to have been three
storeys high, and was to have
included specialist clinics and
a cafeteria.
Mr. Roker emphasised that
although the much-needed
maternity wing is not to be
part of the facilities ready by
the middle of next year, the
Works Ministry "has
instructions to proceed with
the preparation of plans for
maternity."
Other plans for improve-
ment of the PMH facilities
include renovation of the
existing out patients
de part me nt into
administrative offices.

A fault
OVER YOU GO....read the
cutline, but The Tribune
didn't intend to go that far!
The front-page picture
yesterday of Nancy Albury
taking part in the weekend
Horse Show at Camperdown
Ranch described her as the
wife of Billy Albury. She is,
of course, the wife of Jimmy
Albury.....and The Tribune
apologizes to all concerned
for the mix-up. Off we go....




BIKINIS AND
ONE-IECE
SWIMWEAR
by Gotteoa


patients were oblivious to Out
Patients hours and sought
attention when doctors were
bogged down with casualty
cases.
'NATIONAL DISGRACE'
"If the medical services here
were better organized and
better known, the drain on
foreign exchange would
dwindle down to nothing." Dr.
Lisfakis observed. Hie regarded
it as a "national disgrace" that
people should feel they had to
dash to Miami to get a tooth
pulled.
Discussing means tor
improving the present health
services, Dr. Lunn said that
removal of the medical
facilities from the civil service
would lead to greater
efficiency and economy.
"Most of the doctor-
working here have come to this
conclusion on the basis of
experience gained in their
respective countries," he said.
Government-owned hospitals
tended to be wasteful, and this
applied not only to the
Bahamas but to other countries
as well
Although individual doctors
have previously given of their
time to various organizations,
the doctors now take the view
that an overall improvement in
the health services must be a
national effort on the part of
everyone Association.
government and the public.
Through the use of radio
and the press, the MAB hopes
to present medical information
in an easily understood format
successfully used in other
countries
"'During 1974 there will
be a crash programme for
educating the public and also
what the public's
responsibilities should be." Dr.
Thompson said.
Ac kn owledging their
reticence to speak out in the
past on medical matters, the
MAB feels that with a "fair
proportion" of doctors now in
private practice the Association
is in a much better position to
express its views.
TO SPEAK OUT
"The only way to correct
the problems that exist is to
bring them out into the open,"
Dr Thompson declared. As a
private medical group the MAB
was not under the same
constraints as those in the
public service. "We feel certain
things need to he said and they
will be said," Dr. Thompson
added.
Both Dr. Lunn and Dr.
Esfakis agreed that the new
Medical Act was an indication
of what could be achieved
through mutual cooperation
between the medical profession
and government.


FLY


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The Tribune - Tuesday, April 9, 1974


BRITISH Petroleum
said it was still to early to
say whether it had located a
rich new oilfield in the seas
off south-west England. A
Sunday Express report said
the company was probing
an oilfield, believed to be
equal to major finds in the
N"rth Sea, 90 miles
south-west of St. David's
Head, Wales.

BRITAIN'S Prince
Charles is homeward bound
aboard the frigate HMS
Jupiter after a weekend visit
to San Juan.

POLICE said they have
arrested the five kidnappers
of a 9-year-old boy, rescued
after 36 hours in the hands
of his abductors in Mexico.

SECRETARY of State
Henry Kissinger and his wife
Nancy were to meet today
with Mexican President Luis
SEcheverria and his wife on
Their way back to
Washington from a 10-day
honeymoon in Acapulco.

KHMER ROUGE gunners
fired 20 rounds of high
explosive shells into theport
town of Kampot today,
killing or wounding 16
civilians.


MIN F
Athens 48
Rome 45
Paris 50
London 41
Berlin 37
Amsterdam 37
Brussels 55
Madrid 46
Moscow 34
Stockholm 34
New York 43
San Francisco 50
Los Angeles 59
Chicago 30
Miami 70
Tokyo 43
Hong Kong 68
Buenos Aires 68
Montreal 19
Honolulu 73
Toronto 21
Rio 64
Lisbon 55
Tehran 52
Seoul 43
Bangkok 86
Taipei 64
Vancouver 43


MAX
;7 clear
64 sunny
70 sunny
66 sunny
64 sunny
63 cloudy
68 sunny
64 sunny
39 rain
41 cloudy
50 rain
55 rain
77 cloudy
36 clear
75 cloudy
48 rain
70 rain
86 sunny
28 cloudy
84 clear
30 cloudy
82 cloudy
66 sunny
64 cloudy
63 clear
93 sunny
73 cloudy
55 rain


SAN FRANCISCO -
Lawyer Vincent Hallinan says
the silence of the Symbionese
Liberation Army reinforces
his fear that kidnapped
Patricia Hearst is dead.
Hallinan is one of three
trustees for a 4-millioa-dollar
fund pledged for a food
giveaway if Miss Hearst is
freed unharmed by May 3.
"The longer it goes, the
more I fear that she is dead,"
Hallinan said in a news
conference. "The fact that I
haven't hear from them since
my statement is, I think, a
rather bad omen."
In an earlier statement
addressed to the SLA, he had
sought to arrange with the
kidnappers for a meeting
between Miss Hearst and her
family and pointed out that
he represented convict
Clifford Jackson. a
self-described SLA comrade.
Miss Hearst's exhaust.
parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Randolph Hearst, left their
home in nearby Hillsborough
Sunday for Mexico. They


LONDON Terrorist
gunmen assassinated the
commander of a British army
camp in Northern England
yesterday.
Police later arrested three
men in connection with the
killing but two police officers
were wounded in the process.
Police said they suspected
the shooting was the work of
the Irish Republican Army, an
outlawed group which is trying
to drive Britain out of
Northern Ireland and unite
the province with the Irish
Republic.
The IRA was also believed
responsible for a weekend
series of bombings in London
and the northern industrial
cities of Birmingham and
Manchester. The only
casualties of the bombings
were three policemen injured
in the Manchester blast.
To prevent further bomb
attacks, the capital went on a
bomb alert Monday with
special security precautions in
effect in the borough of
Westminister, where most
government buildings, includ-
ing Parliamant, are located.
located.
Parking was suspended in
Whitehall, lined with
government offices, on streets


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I fear

Patty's


dead,


says


lawyer


were reported staying near La
Paz and considering what to
do next to get their daughter
back.
A spokesman at the La.
Cruces Hotel, 19 miles
southeast of La Paz, said the
Hearts looked depressed
when they arrived there and
requested complete privacy.
Their tourist cards indicated
they would stay until the end


leading off Whitehall and in the
Trafalgar Square area .\
number of streets has also been
closed to traffic
A police car was patrolling
the area around the clock
inspecting all cars parked
without an occupant and
stopping and searching ,a' ,
Keepers of pubs and shiop, in
Whitehall and Westunsmter
have been warned to watch lor
any bags, briefcases or parcels
left unattended.
The killing of the army
camp commander ~ut ied
around I a.m. near tlihe renote
Northumberland village of
Otterburn close to the Scottish
border. Lt. Col. John
Stevenson, 53, was gunned
down on his dorrstep when tie
answered a knock at his door
Stevenson's wife telepholned
police and they arrived within
minutes to throw a tight
security net around the
training camp and launch a
hunt for the assassins.
Three hours later police
zeroed in on the Percy Armsi
Hotel in Otterburn village
about a mile from the camp.
Shooting again broke out and
two detectives were \\ounided.
But other policemen quickly
seized three men. "I'he first
two men were picked up in the
annex of the Per c *\rmis
Hotel," said Detective Chief
Supt. Alan Btailey, head of the
Northumberland Criminal
Investigation Department
"The third man ri as
discovered shortly afterwards
in a house in the village.'
One of the arrested men was
believed to be an Irish porter.
Another is understood to he a
Scot and the thnd a local man
from Otterburnri
Lt. Col. Stevenson. of the
Royal Artillery, had been in
command at (Otterburn for
more than three ,ears. Hie had
been in the army for years.
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ARMAGH Guerilla fire
bombers reduced the centre
of Armagh, ecclesiastical
capital of Ireland, to a
.smouldering ruin today,
destroying ten stores and
badly damaging three others.

Firefighters from all over
Northern Ireland rushed to the
city as flames enveloped
buildings in Market Street
and Scotch Street.
As the fire raged, police
reported more incendiary
devices went off in other
parts of the town but they
were swiftly extinguished.
One business surveying the
ruins estimated the cost at
three million pounds 7.2
million dollars and the loss
of work for 100 persons.
Armagh has a population
of about 12,000. It has two
cathedrals and two
archibishops, Roman Catholic
and Church of Ireland, both
styled Primate of All Ireland.
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Pilots strike


PARIS About 80 per cent
of Air France pilots and flight
engineers went on strike today,
forcing the company to cancel
138 of its 159 scheduled
flights I he strike is expected
to last one week.

THE U.S. coast" guard
reports it has found three
missing fishermen from
Antigua safe.



New
NFW YORK As new
tornadoes struck the southern
United States yesterday,
farmers reported they had lost
several million dollars worth of
animals, crops and supplies in
last week's vicious storms.
But all agreed that the storm
damage wasn't nearly as severe
as it could have been.
An Associated Press survey
of damage showed most spring
crops had not been planted


Land deals


row


letter 'burned'
LONDON A property dealer claimed today he had burned a letter reportedly bearing Prime
Minister Harold Wilson's forged signature following threats of violence against him and his two
children. It was the latest development in the "land deals" affair which is dominating British
newspaper headlines and which Wilson has denounced as a "pretty seamy, squalid press story."
The Prime Minister told Parliament Monday he had known since 1967 that Tony Field, his
friend and former aide, was engaged in a property deal but assured lawmakers he was not


of the week.
The Hearsts were
accompanied to the Baja
California resort by two of
their five daughters, Anne,
18, and Virginia, 24, and
Virginia's husband, Jay
Bosworth.
Hearst is editor and
president of the San
Francisco Examiner.
In the last SLA
communique, received April
3, Miss Hearst said she had
joined the SLA as a
revolutionary fighter. Her
parents said they could not
accept her statements and
theorized she had been
brainwashed after her Feb. 4
abduction.
Hallinan said his fears for
Miss Hearst's life were
bolstered by a story Monday
in the San Francisco
Chronicle quoting California
Department of Correction
psychiatrists who claimed
SLA Field Marshal Cinque
was fascinated by firearms
and has schizophrenic
tendencies. (AP)


Step aside,



says Messmer


personally involved in any way.
Scotland Yard detectives are
investigating claims by
property dealer Ronald
Milhench that he received a
letter in connection with the
property transaction bearing
Harold Wilson's signature.
The signature was
subsequently tested by
handwriting experts engaged
by the Daily Mail newspaper
and found to be a forgery.
The Daily Mail secured
photostat copies of the
signature and of the notepaper
heading Wilson's personal
House of Commons notepaper
on which it was written.
Milhench told newsmen
today he destroyed the
"Wilson forgery" letter several
weeks ago and told two
Scotland Yard detectives this
when they interviewed him last.
week.
He said he received two
telephone calls threatening him
and his two young children
early last month.
The second call came two
days after the first "to make
sure I had complied with the
demand that the letter be
destroyed," claimed Milhench.
"I felt that in the interests
of my children that the letter
should be destroyed, so I
burned it."
Scotland Yard's Commander
Robert Huntly, who is leading
police inquiries into the case,
confirmed he had so far failed
to trace the letter. "But I
cannot confirm that it has been
destroyed," he said.
Hffuntley reported he was
investigating the threat against
Milhen.n and also would
interview another property
dealer, Alan Main, who has
reported all his papers
concerning the property deal at
the centre of the storm have
vanished from his office.
Milhench, 32, purchased
several parcels of land at
Ince-in-Makerfield, in Britain's
industrial north, from Field.
Main is responsible for
sparking off the controversy by
tipping off the Daily Mail, the
newspaper said.
Wilson failed for the most
part to quiet the British press
with a statement in the
Commons Monday about the
land deals.
The mass circulation Daily
Mirror, which normally
supports the Labour
government, reported in a
headline, however: "Land
Deals Row: Wilson Calms Ilis
Party."


tornadoes hit U.S.


when the tornadoes stuck 11
states and Canada, killing more
than 300 persons and leaving
thousands homeless.
Federal officials estimate
damage to all kinds of insured
property is over half a billion
dollars.
Meanwhile, new tornadoes
struck Tennessee and Georgia,
causing some damage. There
were no reported injuries.
One twister struck the White
Way shopping centre in
Athens, Tennessee, destroying
a discount store and over-
turning several cars in the
parking lot. It also damaged an
elementary school roof.
Other tornadoes touched
down in North Georgia. One
unroofed carpet mill near
Dalton and another destroyed
chicken houses near Canton.
Just after midnight, a
tornado struck Lexington,
Tenn., causing some property
damage.
The first complete American
Red Cross survey of the
tornado disaster areas showed
21,451 dwellings, mobile
homes, farm buildings and
small businesses damaged or
destroyed by the tornadoes.
The survey showed 3,770
persons injured, with 1,117
requiring hospitalization.
Along the tornadoes' 1,000
mile path from Alabama to the
Canadian border, 19,807


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families some 70,000 persons
suffered storm losses, the
Red Cross said.
Ohio was the hardest hit
with 4,897 families suffering
losses in five counties.
Kentucky was next with
4,592 families in 20 counties
suffering losses. (AP)











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expected to bring big changes
to the determined go-it-alone
strategy formualted by De
Gaulle and followed by
Pompidou," sayt U.S. News
and World Report.
The American news
magazine says "the era of
old-fashioned Gaullism marked
by France's search for world
power far beyond its means
came to an end on April 2 with
the death of President Georges
Pompidou."
In a report from Paris in its
April 25 issue, released
Monday, U.S. News with a
circulation of more than 2
million copies weekly says:
41 matter who wins the
ion struggle to
this much
e new
will
iWh the
hard-line, nationalistic policies
that had made this country a
thorn in the side of the U.S.
and some European nations
ever since General Charles de
Gaulle in 1958 set a course
aimed at restoring 'the glory of
France.' (AP)


WRENCHED

DOOR

CAUSED

HORROR

CRASH
PARIS The Turkish air'lne
DC-10 crash near Paris n
March 3, history's worst ,r
disaster, was caused- when
plane's rear left cargo door a
wrenched off soon aie-
takeoff, the French Transp,,t
Ministry said today.
A total of 345 persons, mo,
of them British and Japanesv
died in the crash.
In a preliminary report
the official inquiry still in
progress, the Transport
Ministry said the door breaking
ott cause a "brutal decor
pression" which pr;-
bably led to uie rear part ,,
the cabin floor being sicke.'
out with six of the passengc,!
and critically damaged th1
flight controls. About 7,
seconds elapsed between thI
dislocation of the door and ;
crash of the plan"
Ermenonville Forest.
The report said the iqu,
was expected to continue :
several months. particularly
trying to establish exactly h.
the door flew off and why h,
collapse of the floor threw t!.
plane out of control:
The inquiry already b
excluded any po..t!i .
bomb of other explo,,sirn ,
thyplane, the report said. I \,

MEMBERS of the United'
States Warlocks motorcycle
gang, all self-styled oullaw" .
are trying to improve their
image. Members are cruising
the highways hoping to help
motorists in trouble.


PARIS Premier Pierre
Messmer asked the three
Gaullist candidates for
president to step aside today so
he can be the sole contender.
And one of them did within
less than an hour
Edgar Faure, president of
the National Assembly,
reversed his seemingly firm
position and said he no longer
wanted to succeed the late
Georges Pompidou as President
ance.
thdraw my candidacy
the appeal of
Pie 'ihe said in a
state e other


LATE I-E
Messmer said he woul
be candidate for president
only eight hours after
asking other candidates to
withdraw. Said he wanted
to rally governmental
coalition around single
candidate.


candidates stay in the running,
I shall revise my attitude."
That left it up to Finance
Minister Valery Giscard
d'Estaing and former Premier
Jacques Chaban-Delmas to
decide which way to move.
Chaban-Delmas has stated he
is determined to try for the
presidency and he is holding a
news conference this evening.
Giscard d'Estaing, however, has
said he might be willing to
withdraw if Messmer pro-
nounces himself a candidate.
As the Gaullist man-
oeuvering continued, the leftist
opposition presented a serene
attitude. The Socialists and
Communists agreed to back a
single candidate. Socialist
leader Francois Mitterrand.
Messmer said in a statement
ie was making himself
available because the profusion
of candidates "creates
confusion and dangerously
divides all Frenchmen, who
since 1958 have backed the
actions of General de Gaulle
and Georges Pompidou...
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PARIS The French press and radio reacted with anger
and indignation to President Nixon's "funeral Summitry-
last weekend.
The papers admitted, however, that Nixon's meetings
with foreign leaders after the memorial service for President
Pompidou underlined the continuing leadership of the
United States in Western Europe
The newspaper Figaro said French officials found
Nixon's behaviour "a display of supreme lack of tact."
Le Monde, in a front-page editorial headed "The Nixon
Festival," said, "Whether one is pleased or not, whether one
agrees or not, the supremacy of the United States Ls at
home everywhere."
France Soir wrote: "In the absence of a year of Europt,
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The-Tribune--- --------Ou- Tuesday,_April 9


(w h i ributt
Nuxus ADDCrUs JuAm IN VEBMA MAGISCr
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Maoter
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor 1903. 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributing Editor 1972 -
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor 1972
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

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

Tuesday, April 9, 1974


EDITORIAL

Did you forget?


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
SOON AFTER Darrel Rolle was appointed to the Cabinet he
did a few things in his Ministry that seemed to bring a grain of
common sense to a no-sense government.
I wanted to say so at the time but it was suggested to me that I
should wait a little longer to see whether he might go off on a
tangent too.
Now I see a couple ot letters in The Tribune expressing
appreciation for his decisions.
And so I too want to add my word of appreciation and
encouragement to this young man.
One of the letter writers says he will go far. I agree ... provided
he keeps his feet on the ground and his head screwed on right.
Having said this I might add that ... should he go off the line at
any time ... Ill take just as much delight in trying to pull him
down to earth again.
I have never seen Darrel Rolle but I have studied his picture in
the newspapers. He has a fine face a face that denotes
intelligence and character.
There are Bahamians of whom we all have reason to be proud.
Such a man is Bishop Donald Knowles who recently celebrated
his golden anniversary as a Priest in the Anglican Church.
Bishop Knowles' life has been a beacon that should light the
path for young people during this period in the Bahamas when so
many men who pose as Christian leaders are no more than wolves
parading around in sheep's clothing.

There is little if any evidence of honesty in government in
the Bahamas today.
This is bad because the government sets the standard after
which other departments of life in a country take pattern. Small
wonder that so many of our people seem to delight in sharp
practices today.
The rule now seems to be that everything is right so long as the
fingers are swift enough or you have enough power to get away
with highly questionable if not downright dishonest -
behaviour.

If there is little evidence of honesty in government today
certainly there is no evidence of sincerity of purpose.
It is now clear that the government doesn't believe in any of
the things they used as propaganda as a means, of gaining power.
Maybe they say that this is politics. It is unfortunate that many
politicians all over the world feel that anything is justified so long
as it serves their own selfish ends. Power not unselfish service -
is the one aim of these men.
It is because of this attitude that the word politician carries
such an evil connotation today.
James Freeman Clarke put it in a nutshell when he wrote
that "a politician thinks of the next election; a statesman of the
next generation".

I suppose I must justify this statement with evidence. I
shouldn't have to do this but the average person forgets easily and
so I have to serve as the memory for Bahamians.
I suppose at this time the cost of living is uppermost in the
minds of the people.
The government promised to bring down the cost of living.
Instead it has soared steadily ever since the P.L.P. took over the
country.
They now find it convenient to blame the rise in the cost of
living on outside forces such as the energy crisis over which
they have no control.
This may be true but only to a limited extent. If you crank up
your memory box you will remember that the first spurt in the
rise of prices was caused by new and increased taxes levied by
government to finance, among other outrageous things, the
fabulous salaries and allowances they voted themselves.
All this happened before the rise in the cost of commodities
came to give them a smoke screen behind which these men now
try to hide their indefensible behaviour.
Just remember ... they promised to reduce tanes. Instead they
have increased taxes. And no mention has been made, ot course,
of the fact that, as a result of taxes being collected on the landed
:ost of goods in the Bahamas, they have received a great increase
in the amount collected from the public in Customs duties. Yes,
of course, the public pays.
It would seem that at this time the government might have the
decency to reduce the big cut they take out of the cost of


gasoline marketed in these islands.
Then there is the case of the proposal to put buses at the
airport in competition with the taxi drivers.
It is possible that some form of cheap transportation is needed
at the airport but it must be realized that this would result min
reducing the standard of taxi service provided in the islands.
I don't think any place in the world has a higher standard of
taxi service than is provided by the Union in Nassau. These men
can afford to maintain good taxis in the service because they are
earning enough money to justify the investment in first class
vehicles.
If you go to some other tourist resorts you will find yourselves
driving around in taxis that seem to be falling apart.
But apart from this fact, let us take our minds back to the
general strike in 1958 when the taxis blocked all approaches to --
and exits from the airport with their machines in protest
against a proposal endorsed by the U.B.P. government for
the hotels to provide a bus service at the airport for their patrons.
The airport, which had just been opened, was closed down for
two days by this protest of taxi drivers.
This bold action by the taxi drivers led to a general strike that
almost toppled the government.
If you will recall some of the speeches made by PLP leaders at
the time you will remember that mothers were advised to feed
their babies on dried conch if necessary in order to defeat the
cruel machinations of an oppressive government.
At the time Clifford Darling, who is now Minister of Labour,
was President of the Taxi Union, and Lynden Pindling, a lawyer,
now Prime Minister and nicknamed Moses, was Legal Adviser to


FBI crackdown on Cuban exiles


BY Ike Flores
MIAMI, FLA. The two
men worked silently in the
night in a friend's garage in
Miami's "Little Havana"
section. They molded the
plastic explosive into the
desired shape to fit a
hollowed-out book.
As they attached a timing
mechanism to thier homemade
bomb, something went wrong.
It exploded in their faces,
nearly killing them. The
incident opened the doors to
a widespread FBI crackdown
and a federal grand jury
investigation of clandestine
exile groups at war with Cuba's
Fidel Castro.
Even while the two
recovered in a Miami hospital,
crude time bombs set by other
self-stled freedom fighters
exploded at Cuban government
offices in Mexico Cit' and
Jamaica.
Similar blasts have taken

Common langi

for Common

BRUSSELS The idea of using
Latin as the official language of the
Common Market has been officially
broached by two Dutch members
of the European Parliament.
Schelto Patijn and Arie van der
Hek, both of the Labour Party,
have asked the executive
commission if it is proposing to
publish its vast documentation in
the language of the Romans as
well as in English, French, German,
Italian, Dutch, Danish and Irish.
The use of Latin was suggested
last month by Jacques Chastenet, a
71-year-old historian and member
of the French Academy. Chastenet
argued that a community like
Europe needs a common language
and that English now seems to have
the best chance.
"English or more exactly,
American," he wrote in an article
published by the Paris daily Le
Monde. "But American is not a
very precise idiom and besides its
adoption would push Europe
definitely into the orbit of the


place in recent months in
Canada, Peru, Chile, Spain and
France. Cuban fishing boats
have been fired on and sunk in
international waters south of
the Bahamas.
And militant exiles promise
many more attacks against
Cuban property and personnel
in other parts of the world.
Refugee commandos fan out
from bases in Miami, Mexico
City and Madrid to carry out
their missions, then quietly
return to more prosaic jobs as
garage mechanics, factory
workers or hotel waiters.
A number of radical refugee
leaders believe they can
prevent or hold back
diplomatic recognition of
Castro by the United States
and other countries if they can
by these extreme methods
focus world attention on their
cause.
After each explosion or sea
incident, an anonymous caller
phones news media in Miami

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United States, which many people
do not wish."
He pointed out that for centuries
Latin served as the common
language of Europe. If it has been
forgotten, he added, it can be
argued that the Israelis revived
Hebrew a much more difficult
language with a special script which
had not been current in Palestine
since before the time of Christ.
Today he said, Hebrew is the
cement of the Israeli state. Pattijn
and Van der Hek wanted to know
what the commission thought of all
this.
"Would the commission," they
solemnly asked, "approve a
proposal to teach Latin as the first
language throughout the
community and to use it
exclusively as the language of
debate?"
It usually takes the commission
several weeks to come up with
answers to written questions. They
are published in French, english,
German, Italian and Dutch.


the Union.
These boys "heated it up" at the time because it was a good
wicket on which to play in their pursuit of power. Now they have
power ... to hell with 1958!
Around 1966 the U.S. government wanted two men on the
staff of the casino at Freeport for what seems now to have been a
minor case of non-payment of income taxes.
This was blown up into a great big affair by the Attorney
General of New York. It also helped to spark a newspaper
campaign in the U.S. against the U.B.P. government ... all of
which has led to an independent Bahamas that may prove to be a
thorn in the side of Uncle Sam if Russia chooses to make the
Caribbean and the Bahamas the next pressure spot in its
worldwide policy of wearing the U.S. down by acts of slow but
deadly attrition.
These men were expert at their job. Their experience was
needed in helping to keep the casino on a sound basis.
It was known at the time that one of these men was dying
from cancer. But they had to go because it was argued that their
presence in the Bahamas was bad for the image of the islands.
All of which may have been true ... and so I want to make it
clear that I am not trying to defend these men but it seems
significant that no more was heard of their cases after they were
forced to leave Nassau .. that's how small and unimportant
their cases were.
Now ... look around you in the community today and see
who's here.
I have cited just a few cases of inconsistency in the
government. I could easily dig up dozens more. But I feel I have
given you enough to make you realize how the Bahamian people
have become the victims of inconsistency and insincerity in the
hands of a lot of self-seeking, greedy, grasping politicians.

Now that we are on the subject of common sense and
consistency let us touch a minute on the short-sighted behaviour
of some of the unions in the Bahamas.
It is no secret that hotels in the Bahamas are operating at a
loss.
At a time like this it would be to the interests of employees of
the hotels and of the entire colony to do everything possible
to ease the burden on these business establishments.
Instead the unions are trying to squeeze the last drop of blood
out of these operations.
Keep it up .... one day they will find that they have a lifeless
corpse on their hands.
And then they will not have even the half a loaf of bread they
now enjoy.

I am really surprised at the behaviour of the Airline Pilots
Association.
They seem to forget that the heavy demands they made on
Bahamas Airways at a time when a crazy government policy
was pressuring this English-owned airline, helped the company in
their decision to shut down the operation and get out before they
suffered any greater losses.
Some of these men-found it difficult to get a job after Bahamas
Airways pulled out.
In a desperate effort to repair the damage done by its own
stupidity, government recently produced Bahamasair.
This airline seemed sick from the very start. I said at the time
that the government had embarked on an enterprise in which
they could lose a lot of money fast.
Now, of course, they are using the excuse of worla conditions
for the troubles being experienced by this infant operation.
I told them about these conditions way back when they first
started to play the fool with Bahamas Airways but the Transport
Minister at the time declared that no country was in a sound
position until its people controlled its transportation facilities ...
and the Cabinet supported this damn foolish attitude until it was
too late.
Now the pilots are at it again. It is clear that they learned
nothing from the Bahamas Airways experience.
One would think that at this time these men would have done
everything in their power to help put this airline on a sound basis
before they started making demands which the company is not in
a position to meet.
Go ahead boys, kill it. You will be the first to suffer.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Come, follow me, and leave the world to its babblings. -
DANTE


and claims credit for "another
action against the tyrannical
dictator in Havana."
The United States Justice
Department sent a special
prosecuting team to Miami
shortly after the accidental
night time explosion and
almost a dozen exiles have
been subpoenaed to appear
before a federal grand jury
here.
The U.S. attorney's office
says Robert. W. Merkle, special
prosecutor handling the case,
heads a group of Justice
Department experts special-
izing in prosecuting terrorists.
The decision to send the
team into Miami "was made at
the highest level." a Justice
Department spokesman said.
He did not elaborate.
The Cuban National
Liberation Front, known by its
Cuban initials FLNC, and
Accion Cubana or Cuban
Action, claims much of the
responsibility for the renewed


terrorist attq-ks
The FLN( took credit for
the latest explosions, one
wrecking the Mexico City
offices of Cubana Airlines and
the other reported at the
Cuban consulate in Kingston,
Jamaica. The FLNC also says it
carried out homemade bomb
attacks against the Cuban
Embassy in Mexico City in
December and January, the
capture and destruction of five
Cuban fishing boats it claimed
were conducting espionage
activities in the Atlantic and
the December sinking of a
Bahamian-registered freighter
in the Miami river.
The Accion Cubana boss,
who agreed to meet with a
newsman only on condition
that his identity remained
secret, said his group is based
in Mexico City.
He claimed responsibility for
bomb blasts at the residences
of Cuban commercial officials
in Santiago, Chile, last August


EDITOR, The Tribune,
Please allow me a small
space in your paper to make a
suggestion.
Recently four Canadian
tourists were attacked
travelling between the Sonesta
Beach Hotel and the Nassau
Beach Hotel. Anytime I hear or
read news like this, it really
gets to me because I know
what stops the backbone of my
country from breaking. So I
would like to offer at least a
solution for the time being to
those mentally disturbed
attackers.
Instead of travelling the
street entrance between these
two hotels, why not go along
the beach. Just add a little
more light and one or two
security guards to direct the
tourists. It's the same distance
and one hundred percent safer
from traffic or attack. You
might get a little sand in your
shoes, but this is expected
when you visit an island such
as Nassau.
Have you noticed that there
is no incident of crime when
travelling between the Nassau
Beach and the Emerald Beach
hotels? That's because there is
a walkway between these two
hotels along the garden that
leads into these hotels.
A BAHAMIAN


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COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS
IN THE SUPREME COURT
Equity Side


1972
No. 42


IN THE MATTER of ALL those Two
(2) Pieces Parcels or Tracts .of Land
containing a total of three and Eight
Hundred and Fifty-one Inousandths
(3.851) Acres more or less situate in the
Settlement of Pinder's Point in the
Island of Grand Bahama

AND
IN THE MATTER of The Quieting Titles
Act 1959

AND
IN THE MATTER of The Petition of
CHARLES THOMAS EDDEN


NOTICE
TO: All Adverse Claimants.

The Petition of Charles Thomas Edden of the
Settlement of Pinder's Point in the Island of Grand
Bahama one of the Islands of the Commonwealth
of the Bahamas in respect of:-
(A) "ALL THAT piece parcel or tract of land
containing .223 acres situate at the said
Pinder's Point, whose point of,
commencement is located on the north corner
of the common boundary between Tracts "A"
and "B" and proceeding South 44 18' 35"
West (True) 72.61 feet intersecting the
north right-of-way of a thirty foot wide
reservation and running thereon South 39 40'
30" East (True) 216.26 feet: thence North 44
34'20" East (True) 17.78 feet: thence North
25 21'00" West (True) 662.75 feet along
the common boundary of Tracts "A" and "B"
to the point of commencement. Which said
piece parcel or tract of land is designated as
Tract "B" on the diagram or plan filed herein
hl\ the area coloured "PINK".
BH "4\LL THAT piece, parcel or tract of land
coloured Pink and designated as Tract "C'
situate approximately 5,000 feet east of
llawksbill Creek in the Pinder's Point
Settlement of Grand Bahama and
commencing at the intersection of its north
eastern corner with the south right-of-way of
a 30 foot road reservation and proceeding
thence south 44 18' 35" West (True) -
456.98 feet: thence south 34 21' 25" East
(True) 21.70 feet: thence south 56 08' 35"
West (True) 299.40 feet to the South
western corner of the tract and coincident
with the High Water Mark of the Sea; thence
along the High Water Mark of the Sea to a
point lying 13 feet more or less south 47 32'
55" West (True) of a survey monument
located south 30 27'25" East (True) 243.20
feet from the north western corner of Tract
"'" thence North 47 32'55" East (True) -
lhirteern feet more or less from the High
\iater Mark to the survey monument defined
.hive thence North 47 32'55" East (True) -
Am.41 feet: thence North 39 22'29" East
1 True) 138.58 feet: thence 44 31 '20" East
(Truei) 86.92 feet to the intersection of the
south right-of-way of a 30 foot road
reservation thence North 39 04'30" West
(True) 216.21 feet along the south
right-of-way of the Thirty foot road
reservation back to the point of
commencement and enclosing a net area of
3.7: acres.

CHAR LS THOMAS EDDEN the Petitioner in this
matter claims to be the owner of the
unincumbered fee simple estate in possession of
the said piece parcel or lots of land and has made
application to The Supreme Court of the Bahama
Islands under Section Three (Sec. 3) of The
Quieting Titles Act, 1959 to have his title to the
said pieces parcels or lots of land investigated and
the nature and extent thereof determined and
declared in a Certificate of Title to be granted by
The (Court in accordance with the provisions of the
said Act.
Copies of the said plan may be inspected during
the nrmal office hours at the following places:-
(a> IThe Registry of the Supreme Court, Public
Square in the City of Nassau aforesaid.
(b) The offices of the Commissioner, Freeport
(irand Bahama. Bahamas.

(c) The Chambers of Messrs Kendal Nottage &
C('o.. Third Floor, Mercantile Bank Building
Freeport. Grand Bhama, Bahamas.
NOTICE is hereby given that any person having
Dower or Right of Dower or an Adverse Claim or a
Claim not recognized in the Petition shall on or
before the 30th day of April, A.D., 1974 file in
The Supreme Court and serve on the Petitioner or
the undersigned, a Statement of his Claim in the
prescribed form verified by an Affidavit to be filed
therewith. Failure of any such person to file and
serve a statement of his claim on or before the said
30th day of April, A.D., 1974 will operate as a bar
to such claim.
Dated the 21st day of March A.D., 1974

KENDAL NOTTAGE & CO.
Attorneys for the Petitioner
Chambers
King's Court


250 Bay Street
Nassau, Bahamas.


THE FRANKLIN Mint has again been
entrusted with minting both "proof" and
"specimen" sets and "proof" and "specimen"
$10, and $2 individual coins for 1974.
The $5 individual coin will be minted in
specimen quality only.
Both types of sets will contain nine coins:
$5, $2, $1 and 50c in silver (proof sets only),
25c, 15c lOc Sc and Ic in nickel and/or alloy.
Significant changes in the 1974 coins
include the replacement of the effigy of Queen
Elizabeth II with the Bahamas National Coat
of Arms on the obverse of all of the coins; the
inclusion of the Bahamas national flag on the
reverse of the $5 coin; the inclusion of the
effigy of the Governor General on the reverse
of the $10 coin and the replacement of the
silver content in the "Specimen" coins with a
cupro-nickel alloy.
The $10 coin is being issued in
commemoration of the first anniversary of the
Bahamas' Independence.
The prices of the 1974 coins are as follows:
Proof set, $45,00; $10 proof 22.50; $2


AN INTERGRAL part of
the programme for Chamber of
Commerce Week, April 22
through 27, will be a series of
three Businessmen's Seminars
to be conducted by the
Chamber at the Sheraton
British Colonial Hotel on
Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday, April 24, 25 and 26.
All sessions will commence
at 7 p.m.. rhe general public is
invited and admission will be
free.
Programme of subjects and
speakers follows'
Wednesday April 24
7:00 p.m. Official Opening:
A. D. (Bill) Farquharson.
Chamber President
7:05 p.m. Film
7:20 p.m. Address by J. D.
Cockwell.
Topic: Finance & Banking in
Relation to the Survival of the
Small Businessman roday".


proof 12.50; specimen set $22.50; $10
specimen 12.50; $5 specimen 7.50; $2
specimen 4.00.
The coins may be ordered from the agents
whose names are listed below. Final date for
ordering both the "proof" and "specimen"
sets is April 17. Payment should be made to
the agent in advance.
Once all the orders have been received and
placed with the Franklin Mint, then the
"Proof" sets will minted for the exact
number ordered only. Any subsequent orders
of "specimen" sets and individual coins will be
subject to availability.
The 1974 $2 Flamingo coin will be available
again this summer on Flamingo Day about the
middle of August and further details will be
available nearer that date.
Agents for coin sets in the Bahamas:- Coin of the
Realm Ltd., P. 0. Box N.4845. Nassau, Bahamas.
Premier Importers Ltd. P. 0. Box N.1085. Nassau,
Bahamas. The Nassau Shop, P. 0. Box N.3946,
Nassau, Bahamas. Bahamas Coin & Stamp Co., P. 0.
Box 898, Freeport, Grand Bahama. World Banking
Corporation, P.O. Box N100. Nassau, NIP. All clearing
banks.


7:50 p.m. Film.
Thursday- April 25
7:00 p.m. Address by
Stanley Wilson.
Topic: "The Retailer and
His Fight for Survival"
7:30 p.m. Address by
Clement Pinder
Topic: "The Survival of the
Small Farmer"
Friday April 26
7:00 p.m. Panel Discussion
Moderator: Vincent
D'Aguilar, Chairman,
Chamber's Development
Committee
Expected Participants:
Bahamas Business League,
Bahamas Contractors
Association, Livestock &
Farming Association, Liquor
importers Association,
Petroleum Dealers Association,
Supermarket Operators
Association, Food Wholesalers
Association.


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W.I. ALL MEAT
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SIRLOIN
TIP ROAST......... LB. 2.49
ROUND ROAST.................... LB. 2.19
W.D. SMOKED
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DOLE
PINEAPPLE JUICE


MCKENZIE
GREEN PEAS


ONION
TIME
ONIONS are still available at
the Potter's Cay Produce
Exchange. Take advantage of
them our locally grown
onions don't last forever.
Here is an excellent,
inexpensive dish with lots of
onions and with eggs,supplyring
the protein instead of meat.
Peel and slice thinly three large
onions. Melt two or three
tablespoons butter in a
saucepan and steam the onions
covered until tender but not
coloured. lHard cook six eggs.
Make a cheese sauce by
blending two tablespoons flour
with two tablespoons of butter
in a saucepan. Add a cup and a
half of milk and stir until
thickened Add four ounces of
processed Cheddar cheese and
sti- until melted Blend in a
teaspoon of cutrr powder. C'ut
tw, pieces of buttered toast in
halt and arrange the halves in a
hak:ng dish. Spread the onions
,s-: the toast Slice the hard
0 .:ked eggs and arrange them
on top of the onions. Pour on
the cheese sac e and sprinkle
with Parmesan cheese Bake at
350 dcgrees 1or htal at hour.
flii s.tes .lls for lamb and
oItion. .Start bh making a
white sauce Melt '!our
tablespoons of butter in a
sa ;cepan and blend in a third
ot a cup ol lIour. Cook stirring
for a few minutes and remove
from thlie heat. \dd three cups
ot hot white chicken stock or
chicken broth. Return to the
heat and cook stirring until the
au ,s thick Add halt a
teA spoon each of salt and
pepper and cook the sauce
until it has been reduced to
about tIo and a half cups Stir
in hal! a ctip of heavy cream.
Se, the sauce aside. Cut two
pounds of lean lam1b into inr h
uibes and dr\ oni paper towels
Io: a skillet, brown the cabes a
,ew at a tute in bitter dditng
more butter as needed.
T r.tInslfer the cubes to a
flameproot casserole Add half
a cr 'It chlu kelr stock or broth
and oik th la:b. covered.
for 20 minles Sprinkle with
salt .nd pepper rainn oft an;
tat Ir! th,' skillet Ad.d halt a
cup 0: Slherr and st i oft any
brown hits in the pan. Reduce
the Sherr\ b\ halt and stir in
the reserved staoe Cook lor
f! e mI utI eS ftir n the 1 au
and pour it i)\o r thte li b in
the casserole Cook. covered, at
325 dUeress lor 45 minutes In
the skillet. brown half a pound
i qlu rtered imutLshroo tis ill
hbIutCer \d. tIIm t,,o the
casserole Pc'i and! thini slice
three large nioins and brown
them in 'h' skillet Add to the
casserole blake the casserole,
covered. ,It 325 degrees 'or 45
minutes more or o ntilt the meat
is tender Season with pepper
and salt and garnish with
chopped parsley\
Onions ,re good additions to
barbecues and are easily grilled
Wrap whole onions in heai
duty foil and rast thcm in hlot
coals for 45 nm;':ues or until
tender Remo\ ll' cut
the onions in li' id serve int
tite skins si ot,'li r 'J w ith
melted btotier and spprinkled
with Parmesan fcese

I- i sone tni'o htiit"its It
a small skillet sattie two
tablespoons llinced 1Ions ll a
tablespoon ot btlter ,nttil the
bits are soft Let thfiem co l
Into a bowlw. slt together one
and a half cups olt lour, one
and three lquatters teaspoons
double-acting baking power.
and three quarters ou a
teaspoon each o! paprika and
salt. Add a quarter up ot
butter cut in pieces and
combine ifei mitturre until it
resembles corni meal Stir in a
lightly beaten egg a quarter
cup of milk and thie onions
Drop the batter bs tablespoons
onto a baking sheet and bake


The Tribune.. .


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Per Ib


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are lightly browned.
And finally, here is a
cheese and onion casserole Cut
six slices of white bread into
quarters and arrange on the
bottom ot a casserole Peel and
slice three onions and steam in
butter until tender (Grate a cup
of Cheddar cheese. Place the
onions and cheese on top of
the bread in layers. Combine
four lightly beaten eggs with
two cups of milk and a little
salt and pepper. Pour the
mixture over the onions and
cheese. Set the casserole in a
pan of hot water and bake at
350 degrees for about 45
minutes or until the egg
mixture has firmly set. Test
with a tooth pick.


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Attack m Am

ases British

security questions
B\ John nll And enis Hierbstein
LONDON Security
officers responsible for the
safety of the British Royal
Family and government
ministers hope that the
attempt to kidnap Princess
Anne will bring an end to the
eas -going attitude of Britain's
VIPs
The gunfight in the heart of
London has led to some hard
questions being asked. It has
become clear from information
openly talked about since
Princess Anne resumed her
engagements that her escape in
the Mall was even more
remarkable than the public was
first led to believe.
No fewer than 1 2 shots were
fired, but only one came from
the royal bodyguard. His pistol
jammed after the first shot.
Then in the darkness and
confusion, Princess Anne and
Captain Mark Phillips found
themselves struggling with a
man trying to abduct her. The
man seized her arm and tried
to drag her from the car.
Captain Phillips held on to the
Princess's other arm to save
her.
Princess Anne pleaded with
the gunman: "Go away, and
we'll forget it."
('lose at hand was Michael
Hills. a 22-year-old uniformed
police probationer, who
managed to raise the alarm by
sending two messages over his
two-way radio to Scotland
Yard, giving the exact location
of the incident.
Hills who joined the police
less than a year ago, was shot,
the bullet lodging in*his liver,
but still he grappled with the
assailant and wrestled one of
two guns from him. He
attempted to take aim at 'he
man but fell unconscious
before he could fire the
weapon.
The Princess's personal
bodyguard, Inspector James
Beaton, apparently fired his
official-isstre Walther PPK
semi-automatic pistol once.
Examination has revealed that
the jamming was probably
caused by the bullets in the
magazine. Although the
ammunition was of the correct
calibre, it was not the make
recommended by the
manufacturer.
Whether or not the
ammunition was the cause, the
Walther PPK is said to be liable
to jam. A number of special
branch Walthers has been sent
to Scotland Yard for
examination after frames
cracked as jamming was
reported during range practice.
Security advisers have
always preferred revolvers for
reliability and a spokesman for
a London gun firm said:
"A revolver would not have
jammed, and instead of having
an injured bodyguard, you
would more probably have had
a dead gunman."
The security gaps exposed
by the gun battle have already
been tackled, and a detailed
report has been prepared by Sir
Robert Clark, the Metropolitan
Police Commissioner, and
sanctioned by Mr. Roy Jenkins,
the Home Secretary. It is now
at Windsor Castle awaiting the
Queen's approval
The contents of the report
are naturally a closely guarded
secret, but it is almost certain
that the tighter security
measures include:
( 1 Two-way radios for royal
cars, with a device for
switching to local police
wavelengths in an emergency,
personal two-way radio for
bodyguards. In the attack,
neither the Princess's car nor


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her bodyguard had radios.
( 2) A police follow-up car
behind royal cars, no matter
how informal the outing. The
Princess had no such backup.
(3) Training in crisis
situation for royal chauffeurs.
The Princess's chauffe'ir on
Wednesday was a civilian
without special training.
Military staff car driers are
trained to use their vehicles as
battering rams to escape
ambush. The two-ton Austin
Princess could easily have
brushed aside the abductor's
lightweight Ford Lscort,
though the crash would have
thrown Princess Anne and
Capt. Phillips from their seats.
There is also concern about
the vulnerability of the homes
of some of the Queen's
cousins. Last week police were
checking the security of these
houses, and it is expected they
will recommend improved
safety measures. Even a change
of homes might be necessary If
they are too close to
neighboring houses.
Until now the Queeq b .
can-style IeiWytranWfMfts
- an attitude widely approved
by her subjects. .
(c) 1974 Tlhe Sunday Times,


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The Tribune - Tuesday, April 9, 1974


Wow.


By Abigail Van Buren
C IMn by CbiKae Trilbne-N. Y. News Synd., Inc.
DEAR ABBY: The other day you published a letter from
a secretary who professed to like her job and her boss, but
she complained about being sent on non-clerical errands,
such as picking up other employees or shopping for the
boss, too often. This wasn't part of the job, she said, and
she resented doing it.
And yet it would seem to me that if the boss sends her on
these errands, and she does them on company time, then
they are, indeed, a part of the job and she does not have a
legitimate complaint. I could see her gripe if she were
expected to do all these things on her own time, but this
apparently wasn't the case. The problem is simply that she
thinks she's being paid for her typing, and the boss obvi-
ously thinks she's being paid for her time. I tend to agree
with the boss. So long as he is footing the bill, what does it
matter whether the secretary is taking dictation or doing
the boss' legwork? MS. JONES
DEAR MS. J.: When one advertises for a typist, if "leg-
work" is part of the job, the applicants should be so ad-
vised. An employer does not buy "time"-he buys "talent.
muscle, or specialized skill." A woman hired to do secre-
tarial work shouldn't be expected to sit with the kiddies
any more than a man hired to sell real estate should be
expected to wax the floors.
DEAR ABBY: I saw you on a talk show recently, and
you were asked: "At what age do you think children should
be told the facts of life?" You replied. "When they're old
enough to ask, they're old enough to know."
I agree with you. I'm with Planned Parenthood, and this
morning we heard from a group of angry mothers in one
school district who are fuming about our week-long educa-
tional programs for 7th and 8th graders, so we've arranged
to get the parents together so we can talk about it. By the
time we're through, those parents will be saying:"We wish
we had this when we were kids." I know it will happen. It
always does.
We have a slogan. "All obstacles can be turned into
of'[p,, tuniti<, It's true. Hang in there. Abby'
LYN IN YAKIMA, WASH.
DEAR LYN: Education is the answer to V. D., illegitima-
cy and irresponsible sex. Count me as another who wishes
they had sex education in the schools when I was a kid.
What people DON'T know. CAN hurt

DEAR ABBY: I can't resist writing this letter tuo HAD


Boss should specify a
IT IN NASHVILLE," who wanted to have his wife's teeth.
cemented together to keep her from 'alkil,. It will never
work. He is underestimating the powers of a woman.
I broke my jaw and had to have my teeth wired I,,. ,,. .
for six weeks. While the dentist was putting the wires or. I
was concerned-not that I wouldn't be able to eat-but to
talk! My dentist laughed and said: i.I.. .. I lhave ef t1.o
see a woman that I could shut up by wiring her "
together."
My husband will confirm the fact that I had no troiui,
talking for the entire six weeks. 1:I'E', T:!i I,;-: IN -.'
(\1)1DI \11\I1. TO 'MY READERS: Next Sunda- i-
Easter. Please do not give a child a living gift unless hie i:
old enough to care for it properly. Every year a shtckindg
number of baby chicks, rabbits, kittens and puppies have
been mauled, manhandled, smothered and neglected to
death by children who have received them as Easter gifts
and who regard them as "toys." Have a heart and -i;.


secre rv'


duties


small i child-ei. ''.ii animals instead.
Problems" You'll feel better if you get it off your chest.
For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. 69700, L.A.,
Calif. 90069. -ncl'se stamped, self-addressed envelope,
please.
Ilate to viitv letters? Send $1 to Abigail Van Buren.
132 l.a-k'- Dr.i, l'vs eri Hills, Cal. 90212, for Abby's booklet.
"Ho-w to 1ri't ettetrs fi,r All Occasions."


TRAWLER OVFROiUE

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NOTICE
THE QUIETING TITLES ACT


The Petitin of Fill Fit 1.1) DIRI CTOR O[( I 111
-, 0 S P 1 L M 1 S S 1 0 N A R ) I' \ 0 \ A
CORPORATION 'tSOii I NDR A\\D BY
VIRTUE OF THI (GOSPII MISSIO,\ARY
UNION I\CORPORA fION AC I 1I1 N ...
1I61 ,," rQ' 0p t -

ALL th;t I1, of Li.ndl ituate in the Iovx ship of
Turpncm Bi '. ,in the Island of i le the'r.t i the
o,.m ,, i ih of The Bahamas i !. Lot
'Numbter (On) hu:'. ed and l i,- ttI -tour i 4
thlie (itei,Li I', of the Tlownship t: h said
Setc tl:ii%,: o, Tarpu mn Ba3 and a i)unxcd
N(lP 1111 % IV XR)1 t Nv LokS n !Snh -'.d 52
JN 1R i OIt'F 1ill \SWARI) LY h Lt \ Lot
Nu er.: ,i 1, 5 HSOL' IIWLSTXA\ \ RI)L Y
hi Lo t N cr I n S iand NOR IHTS'l-
WARI)I \ (,,!lbri., Street and wt hijh said
lot ,it 1.i' .! '' o ,'ii Pink on the plwt tliere't
tiled 'o. ;s ".. In rh ei f st o ilh.,
5'iprcris .':i:- : +'', i;t ot 'N ss.i

ITHll Itl l ) i IR o R ( 1 P. Oii i1 (,OSPI I-
MIISSION \ \RY \ \I(\ ,\A( ()RPORAIN SOLI
UN'DlR \\I) ,\ 11IR 1-1: O 11 1 (.GOSPI I
M ISSI(N \ IN \ INCORPORATION ACT\(
19() | N<-! the Petiti'oier in this
milltert i, iN l ie h ,ner in t ee simple ini
possession lo of land nd hals ide
jpplica:tiow tiS. 1'S' prmti-e Coi.lrt o i thi e stl id
Bauhalin Id.in- unde' r 'cioni 3 of The QUietiling
Tite!,s A' to I uv, c i t, tic t io t e said l i ,i laniid
i vestigite in it. .atit r- .ind extent ther'eof
detern iin- ld .wki l n. d r ilie te o1 l itle t,
be glrilntle \ thc ( ur inii ,.L rdanice withli te
provisi,,iios ti ih \,i
('COPIS thrl -'..il pl.! miy hc inspected d during
norm al t'l C ii.o' iiiv aJt the -I il I platces-
(a) lie Rei'.,n,. l ,t Supirecme CourtI Publi.
S(qtiare. n the Cit'. \.issai:n iloresrjid
(b) I lie (O)tie o the 'Commissioner it Rock
Sound. leuther.,
(c) itin Chainhers it \lessrs. Higgs & Kellk. 324
Bas Street, in the City ot Nassau aforesaid.
Attorneys for the Petitioner:
(d) The Office of the JustLice of the Peace at
| a rptiin Ba licitlhera.
NOTI(CF is hIereby iven that any person having,
dower or a right to dower or an adverse claim or a
claim not recognized in the Petition shall on or
before the 16th day of May 1974 file in the
StSuipreme Court in the City of Nassau aforesaid and
serve on the Petitioner or the undersigned a
statement of his claim in the prescribed form,
verified by an affidavit to be filed therewith.
Failure of any such person to file and serve a
statement of his claim on or before the 16th dlay of
May 1974 will operate as a bar to such claim.

HIGGS & KELLY
324 Bay Street
Nassau, Bahamas
Attorneys for the Petitioner


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HE BAHAMAS ADULT

STUDY CENTRE i

CONGRATULATES
THREE MORE OF THE
PRACEL PEOPLE


'AUL MAJUK
Pro Manager
Citibank


If I)Y MAC DONALIl)
Officer
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Assistalltt Accountant
B Sia ,l.as i, i..

PRIMACEL PEOPLE

PERFORM & PROSPER
FOR DETAILS OF THIS
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JOHN TOOTE, superior u' BatelcPc' So die Ro !
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was Joseph Ford. charm a if th boa.rd uf
1927 as a student in t legraphy. H hs s i.
Providence. He', as awarded th 'en' :,
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Ss1 p, xbl. 1)D-liFunnenc. ceobee
ind itriL atid, it lhat's the
a t1 I', ini, niew rovernnment
i-il i.':in drin es you to drink,
i. u iii :hti consider that it's
Si l or your own good.
Ai Ft.iFFt that's what ATF
dirccioi R,,\ D. Davis told a
i i dr i Ln!stri meeting in
\iui ii Ii.Fl'. FIla. Monday.
t, irc several good
A!-, 1' 1 mi .hare to metric
"I' r one thing,
; t!Iin a substantial
S., Fh i.e number of
.'. I his should be an
S i su er."
o ; i different
: -:*'-"c t .i , T his
l : : : he reduced to
tric si/es ... in the
: .yis, this reduction in
I .n hiske y bottle sizes
F i n facial liOt only to
S- nier hut to the
tills.' and all of those
:- which handle and
ii- '' = r i,., I spirits and
':: ,ci: e Ionomic sales


Promoted euro-currency

dealer for Roy West


MRS. YVONNE Isaacs fat
right) has been appointed
Euro-Currency Dealer for
RoyWest Banking Cor
portion Limited, it was
announced today by Hilton
F. Dinner, managing director.
Mrs. Isaacs joined RoyWesi
in February, 1971 as an
assistant to the Euro-Curren-
cy Dealer. This followed 5
years banking experience
with the Wellington Bank.
Born in Nassau, Mrs. Isaacs
is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James A. Todd. She was
educated at Western Senior


School. lullo ed b[
successful Completion ol i
commercial course at the
Althea Mortimer School 'in
Meeiing Street
Mrs. Isaacs is the .i l.,I
Oswald Isaacs of Nassau.
They have three children, 2
boys and a girl. Mrs. Isaacs
hobby is swimming.


A IR 6 _DIT ... .
SHR EYS .-'IeA~f AKN


NOW T14RU THURSDAY
I iMatinee 2:45 & 4:55, Evening 8:30 'Phone 2-1004,.
il RICHARD ROUNDTREE as JOHN SHAFT
'Wl


\tA 0_',/ I 1 ,,' ; 1 ADI)/7T7L)D.
Reservations not claimed b,, 8:15 will be sold oi
first come. first served basis.


Opens 6:30-Shows start 7 p.m.
See 2 Features late as 9:10
FINAL NITE.
Police 7 & 10:SS5-Connection 9:1 t


!1' itt amber-colour-
S : h.- sy bol of the
:;. ,: I bar, would be
,i r and contain
Instead of 32.
SIFr l'Ft 25.1ir ounces, would
4 lier he pint, 16
, : jn-,,. r hall liter and so on.
Foi vinr drinkers, the
,'regc if adopted, woufd be
( uia:lly traumatic.


ii I~ ir ,


I


Starts Wednesday
One Matinee Only at 3:00
Evening 8:30
"THE GREATEST
STORY EVER
TOLD" G.
CHARLTON HESTON
MAX VON SYDOW
'Phone 2-2534


Now thru Thurs
Continuous Shos
from 3:00
"I ESCAPED FR
DEVIL'S ISLAND
Jim Brown,
Christopher Gei
PLUS
"THE SLAMS'
Jim Brown, Judy
' o inl utnlJr 18 wil be (


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The Tribune --- Wednesday, April 10, 1974


CLASSIFIED


SECTION


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


REAL ESTATE

C140/J
2 bedrc. om r. i .e .k, t un
Terrace il f., d ,i l
to walt a, n :,itw'
$30.000 i lass
42463 it

C 14025
4 Rr[):4iCU' i -
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GOLiF. ,.
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PROSPi ; ,
WES r :
CON[>X -'
APAR ;
in PA /l 1)ltl .
EAS I "i:' 1 5! 1
W EST l: A ,' ,' ;
HOTEL L L ,-i (UT L "
BEACH Oi :, ,<
CIAL LO -, : .; m i ,
LOT S
AC RE AC
DEV f L_( .'i : 1 I ',
NASSAU A Ni i 1 .\t!i V
ISLANDS .1 S (, ,\A Jl!
BAHAMA I r);l IS 5rs15)
ELEUTH I A. I /- 0/( n
45 ACRE ( AY IN lr1 i
EXUMAS WIT t !f4f If1
WATER HA-\h 'OUR ANi)
MORE
L\LL
DAVSON'S R[ AL
ESTATE ACTFNCY
Phone 211/68 oi 8093;' 211/8
P. 0. Box N-4648
Nassau, Bahamas.


REAL ESTATE


C 14 166
LOT in Miller Heights 75 X
100 $3.500.00 Contact
MPherson & Brown Real
E s'.te Phone 2-2680
;'u8

14)J96
I- Voc hav' $1950 cash and
.iqurfv for the mortgage you
S, be 1 I a MT. PLEASANT 3
oed'ro! rs fiouse 30 days from
no0. Tel 24148 or 23027
otiev O'Brien Real Estate.

(. 11 7h
LOT ir Bi.' near Tuckaway.
La, -30141 between 9 and b.
S!134 a'ter t,

1 1 77
A LARC,[ i ,ter lot Bernard
R ..ad aji) Widsor Estate. Price
$6 000 00
Laige 10,000 eq.tt lots (100 x
100 ft ) ,i well established
"ubdivision with utilities
available Price $6,300.00
term available
,\ l.rge or niercal ilot 106 x
l-,9i tt Carimichael Road
A oriner lot 60 x 110 ft South
iih-ti Estate Reasonable cash
DisOe or good terms available.
iL.t. ,i Golden Gates 1 & 2
iiunshre Park, Seven Hills,
h o.nbo Town arid Dan
%'.:jagq; L tate
il'r:' :,,) Ult your budget Call
jMti, R.eai Estate 23921

1 75
T ," (i ,r ri two bath
i,:a,u S--,x A tdditio:, garage
, i orer 1oom laundry,
irr th bearing fruit
i TLER'MS AVAILABLE.
-.,ii 3041 between 9 and 5,
1; ,. 1 i after 6


i .- 4, '4
OTTGF 5 and apartments
; i' i !, at onditioned,
u !', ,; t'hed. ,nald service
i-a-,i:!: [ 't.'ely garden and
S .o ico. Telephone
1-0'( 7 i,:ii l,


S, i nhv comnpletelv
'* ,s ,d ,,pac0ous hilltop
S !e ti Ji ne grounds
5 : '.t ) n suburbs,
I ;1 s ' 1 beach, golf,
h 1 p-t shopping.
-',.,nii hit ,I n,,, diately. Two
t),i:hs.. 'RlevIS r.o telephone,


is


SI -ii.


I -


machInIe, patio.
Ir r i. n ,l ir-ted well
"-0up1D Automatic
ScOKn it Maids room.
n,' r. 0 7 24 (3 9


C;i O,.*OOM ; bath. house
; .! ; i .. k i tchen
S> i i L-1 a Drive.


i -, : ir(O5 un rfurnished
i: ; : -vi,, Street, Oakes
2 d h ,,,ui on right
.-ir Ce tre Phonei
| ,)(;" /I.I24.33

.4 130
r u i r s hed and
,r C orld i't ned. 1 -bedroom
i ;a tr, e t*r Ceo-treville. Ring
.' ,'- a', is f. .r Pritchard


L U; D 0 duplex

',ho,e b 2398


i nIr o .rm unfuirnished
S.w / it thr Ani' l Buildirn
S treet. Oakes Field.
r. l 1 0' 1i.)'iu ioverniogs


r JrIHSE D two bedroom
I r'u.ns apartment with
-" )r:ditioner washer and
ph,~nm Rosetta Street,
; t a,, dl-e Available May 1st.
S 32105


S'.' R. pNl attractive three
1 -drlin two bathroom
hi-'i d houses, available for
,'e' tel rm lease
'.ito on sizeable landscaped
n the Grove just off West
SStrept. one with swimming
),, Contact telephone



f ASTF RN ROAD one and
*v.1 bedroom apartments with
pito, pool. phone, attractively
f finished. Call 4-2387
(Im innings

CARS FOR SALE

( 14144
1972 MERCURY Cougar,
power steering, power disc
b)iakes A/T AM/FM
stereo track tape. Excellent
condition. Only 16,000 miles.
Asking $4,900.00. Phone
42/66.

C14128
1969 FIAT 850, runs well,
body needs some repair.
$300.00. Call after 5 p.m.
5-6541.


air
tape.


11 CARS FOR SALE


C14021
1972 VOLKSWAGEN 1300
Sedans excellent condition,
radio, W/W tyres. low mileage.
Finance and insurance
available. Call 36611 2 3-4.

C14173
1967 MGB Good Runnitr-
Condition, $500.00 Contact L
Curry, corner of Marathon
Estates, Robinson Road,

C14174
1969 Toyota Corona Al
condition. Good buy for a
conservative. Call 52104 after
6

C14179
AUSTIN '64 S/W Good running
condition new tyres, licensed,
insured, needs body work. Best
of fer 42387 mornings.


FOR SALE


C14162
FOR SALE
ONE BUNK BED
Phone 4-2461.


$100.


BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES .

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

C14160
RESTAURANT for sale. Small
take-out. Good small business
investment. Great potential.
Business and equipment
included. Call Mr. D. P. 21306
23237


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

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

C14146
LOSTER fish boat, 40 feet.
671 General Motor, 10,000 Ibs.
ice box, Hydraulics Wheel,
Hydraulics Winches, Marine
radio. $9,000. Information
854-2019 after 6 p.m. Miami,
Fla.

C14150
27' THUNDERBIRD 69
model, flybridge head, galley.
radio, sleeps 4 to 6. two 225
H.P. Mercruiseis Priced to sell
Phone 41593.

C14178
SPORTYAK =I and 4 h.p.
Johnson Motor. Like new.
Phone evenings 3-1311.


CRAFT SUPPLIES

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


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


NOT -
C14136
LONG ISLAND Exuma
merchants, Orders for chicken
and egg flight on Thursday
April 11th, must be in by 5
p.n. Wednesday April 10th,
GLADSTONE FARMS LTD.
34849 or 3-4850.

C14153
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.

WANTED

C 14102
WATERFRONT lot or home
Eastern Road or West Bay
Street. Owners please call
27612 days or 41856 nights.


ENTERTAINMENT


C14159
SETTLER'S PUB & INN
Beaumont Arcade, Bay Street
Telephone 5-9739
TWO BANDS NIGHTLY
The Nassauvians
i The Electi c Circle
OPEN TILL 4:00 a.mr


SCHOOLS

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


HELP WANTED


C14121
WANTED:
Seamstresses
and benefits
2-3365.


3 experienced
excellent wage'
Call for interview


C 14066
THE DELTEC
CORPORATION
requires four
Accountants or


BANKING
LIMITED
Chartered
Certified


Public Accountants. Applicants
should have approximately five
years professional experience
with a public accounting firm
or an international financial
institution. Must be willing to
travel primarily to Latin
America and Europe. Please
reply to Personnel Department,
The Deltec Banking
Corporation Limited, P. 0.
Box N-3229, Nassau.

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

C14171
CLARK, HULLAND AND
COMPANY, Chartered
Accountants, are interested in
recruiting staff in the following
categories:
1). Accountant with generally
accepted qualification. /
2). Senior accounts clerk, with
some formal book keeping
training, and preferably
previous professional
experience.
3). Junior clerk with minimum
of 5 "0" level G.C F.'s, keen
to study for the examinations
of the Bahamas sn'titute of
Chartered Accountants.
Applicants, who should be
Bahamian nationals, should
submit in writing of
themselves, to P. 0. Box
N-4107, Nassau
C14157
BANK OF LONDON &
MONTREAL LTD.
Applications are invited for
the position of Accountant
International Banking
Department, with Bank 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
'nance-:

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.


I


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'o-


Slist I Ik Dlnhrctvy

I in hri atk IF'


C14165
MALE MESSENGER over 17
years of age. Must own motor
scooter and have in his
possession a valid driver's
licence. Apply in person -
Nassau Dairy Products
Limited, Thompson Boulevard,
2:30 to 4:30 p.m.

C14155
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper
typist required for real estate
and club development
company. For appointment
call 78421 or 2 or write Box
6202, Nassau.

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


TRADE SERVICES

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


C14125
ACT now before the burglar
comes. Call Scr iven's
Maintenance Service for your
security and maintenance
requirements. Tel b-1 748.

C14001
T V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes
apartments and hotel ,
Call 5-940-1
WORLD Of 1USI-
Mackey Street
Next to Frank's Place


S Co121 [IX1. 5

2 [IN Pr IutM 'O


SAVi' IME SAVE MOtY <

MEN'S BOYS'WEAR
ANTENNAS

Island TV 2-2b18 The Wardobe 5-5599

AUTOMOTIVE MEN'S WEAR

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

BOOKSTORE MUSIC

The Christian Book Shop Codys Records 2-8500
5-8744 OPTICIANS

BUSINESS FORMS Optical Service Ltd. 2-3910/1
Executive
Printers 2-4267/5-4011 PAPER

CABINET MAKERS Commercial Paper
House 5-973!
Commo wealth
Furniture 31120 PRINTING
Wong's Printing b-4bUb
CAMERAS
Executive
John Bull 2-4252/3 Printers 2-4267/5-4011

ENTERTAINMENT RADIO & T.V. SALES
Movies Carter's Records 2-471
Film&Equip.Service2.2157 RUBBER STAMPS

GARDEN & PET Wong's Rubber Stamp
SUPPLIESCo. 5-4506

Modernistic Garden SPORTS GOODS
& Pet 2-2868
Nassau Garden & Pet Champion Sport Land 2-1862,
Montrose Avenue 2-4259 TRAVEL
Playtours 2-2931/7
HARDWARE R.H. Curry & Co., 2-8681/7

John S. George 2-8421/6 TV REPAIRS

HOUSE PLANS Channel Electronics Ltd.
3-5478
Evangelos G. Zervos 2-4128
L---jAUNDRY 2- UPHOLSTERING
LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING Eddie's Upholstering 5-9713
New Oriental Laundry 2-4406 -...- -.-- ,
.......----------------------.


FOR THE ACTION YOU WANT




Shop Nassau Merchants

,For Business And Services


GRAND BAHAMA


CLASSIFIED


C14027

Pinder's Customs

Brokerage Ld.

Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU BAHAMAS
P. O. Box N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
FOQLJUIPMENT
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
P1iONE: 2-3795, 2-3796
2-379 7, 2-2798
Airport 7-7434
FREE ESTIMATES

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

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

C14023
IFOR yQur building needs and
CRANE hire see:
ISLAND BUILDERS
LI MI ILED
P. 0. Box N-4559
Phone 31671 31672


Must be able to read Sectional
Maps and others, and be
familiar with Key ATC routes
and mileage. Must be familiar
with type and make of aircraft
and fix and collect money due
on each flight. Assists with
.communications during aircraft
emergency and co-ordinates
with other stations when there
are lost or overdue aircraft.
Must have knowledge of
designators for most of the'
East Coast of the United States
and the Out Islands in the
Bahamas within a radius of 200
miles.
Apply to: The Grand Bahama
Development Co. Ltd.
Personnel Department,
Lucayan Building, P. 0. Box
F-2666, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


. I .. .


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

BROILER COOK: Must be
able to prepare steaks to the
specification of the orders and
also be able to operate broiler.
Two years experience. Police
certificate, Health certificate
and letters of recommendation
required.

BREAKFAST COOK: To work
in Staff Cafeteria preparing
breakfast for the staff
Members. Should have at least
two years experience. Police
certificate, Health certificate
and letters of recommendation
required.

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

-TOREROOM HELPER: To
niload trailers, check in the
delivery and store it in the
freezers. Must be able to wor'-
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.
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 letters of recommendation
required.
BAKE SHOP CLEANER:
Clean and mop bake shop,
keep all utensils and
surrounding area clean. 1 year
experience. Police certificate,
health certificate and letters of
recommendation required.

GARAGE MAN: To keep
loading dock clean and
compact Hotel garbage. 1 year
experience. Police certificate,
health certificate and letters of
recommendation required.
INTERESTED PERSONS
APPLY: GRAND BAHAMA
HOTEL, WEST END, Grand
Bahama. Personnel Office
between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
and 3:00 p.m. Monday through
Friday. Mailing address: 158
Port Road, West Palm Beach,
Florida, 33404. Elon Martin,
Jr. Personnel Director.

C15063
FLIGHT SERVICE STATION
ATTENDANT
Speaking in a clear voice, the
Flight Service Station
Attendant must transmit flight
plan information via
inter-phone and radio for flight
following and must receive
flight plan information in the
same way. Must have
knowledge of a'l different
flight plans, such as
Instrument Flight Rules (IFR),
Defense Visual Flight Rules
(DVFR), Visual Flight Rules
(VFR). etc, and general
knowledge of Air Traffic Rules
and Regulations. Be able to
decipher teletype weather
reports and receive and
transmit weather information.


C 14058
TRAINEES WANTED
Bahamas Oil Refining
Company (BORCO) requires
Trainee Laboratory
Technicians (male) in its
Product Control Laboratory.
Applicants should possess
G .C .E. or equivalent
qualifications in Mathematics,
Physics and Chemistry and
.should be interested in learning
modern routine analytical
tec hniques, including
chromatography, spectro-
photometry and analysis by
X-ray.
Qualified applicants may
contact the BORCO Personnel
Office, P. 0. box F-2435.
Telephone: 352-9811.

C15057
GARDE 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,
i- irtajic i .:r 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.


S HELP WANTED TRADE SERVICES


FOR RENT MARLINE SUPPLIES


--F .,, vasea.


\NASSAU


BUSINESS 6 PROFESSIONAL


DIRECTORY

Save Time


C 14104
1968 CHEVY Impala
conditioned, radio and
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HELP WANTED
C15061
1- MALE PERFORMER FOR
MAGIC ACT Accustomed to
working in Production
Numbers as well as Featured
Spots. Must have a minimum
of ten (10) years experience in
all phases of the entertainment
business, Clubs, Stage and
Television. Good References
and Police Certificate required.
1 -- PASTRY CHEF/COOK -
Must have three (3) years
experience working in first
class hotels or restaurants.
Good References and Police
Certificate.
1 UTILITY COOK Must
have three (3) years experience
working in first class hotels or
restaurants. Good References
and Police Certificate.
1 COOK Must have three
(3) years experience working in
first class hotels or restaurants.
Good References and Police
Certificate.
Applicants should apply in
person to: The Personnel
Department, Bahamas
Amusements Limited (El
Casino) International Bazaar
P. 0. Box F-787, Freeport,
Grand Bahama.

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.

C 15053
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 Ul-
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 14122
ENGINEER required withi
Bachelor of Science in
electrical or mechanic al
engineering or equivalent with
at least 5 years piracti lt
experience. Please call 3-6211

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

C13945
ASSISTANT Manage r.cl
required for Out Island Cottagc
Colony and Club Responsible
for Food and Beverage
department and Housekeeping.
Applicant must also be able t,
understudy for the Manager in
his absence Must aio h.ivi
minimum of 12 month's
previous experience preferably
in the Out Islands and have
college standard of education
Apply in writing to: Green
Turtle Club. Green Turtle Cayv
Abaco.


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The Tribune - Tuesday, April 9, 1974


GRAND BAHAMA



CLASSIFIED


HELP WANTED


C15056
ASSISTANT COST
ACCOUNTANT
KNOWLEDGE OF DOUBLE
ENTRY BOOKKEEPING A
MUST. YOU WILL KEEP
DIFFERENT JOURNALS
AND PREPARE VARIOUS
SCHEDULES RELATED
THI RETO, INCLUDING
VOLUME ACCOUNTS
.:RECEIVABLE AND AGING
SAME AT END OF EACH
A MON T H MINIMUM
EXPERIENCE ACCEPTABLE
FIVE YEARS. KINDLY MAIL


R [SUME TO
L U M BER R
iFRF[ POpRT)
* POST OFFICE
SRE F PORT
BAHAMA.


KFLLY'S
YARD
LI MITED.
BOX 681,
GRAND


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS 27 Arctic bird
29 Emerald Isle
I Festive 30 Crucifix
S White 32 Offer
vestment 34 High explosive
Island 35 Goose genus
Il Haow's rival 37 Dab of butter
I Red Chines;e 39 [nd of a comet
Ivader 41 Climbing vine
3 Bravo 45 Non uninli
4 Antics 48. Slump
.7 Relieve 49 Garland
Bills 50 Wander
Goddess of 51 Behold
healing 5? Telepathic
'1 Essence faculty
'4 Residue 53 So be it


L HELP WANTED
C 15060
Esquire Men's Shop Wanted
Tailor with 5 years experience.
Apply to Box F-610 or Phone
352-8816, Freeport (Bahamian
Preferred)
C 5054
STOCK CONT ROL/PUR-
CHASING AGENT MUST
HAVE MINIMUM OF TEN
YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
OPERATION OF LUMBER
YARD AND HARDWARE
STORE. WITH COMPLETE
KNOWLEDGE OF ALL
MATE RIALS HANDLED'
AND ABLE TO DEVELOP
SOURCES OF SUPPLY.
REPLY IN WRITING ONLY
TO KELLY'S LUMBER
YARD ( FRFE PORT)
LIMITED. POST OFFICE
BOX F681, FREEPORT
GRAND BAHAMA.


SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
DOWN


1 Diamonds
2 Upon
3. Solitary
4 Tarsus


Rupert and the


5 Girl's name
6 Persist
7 Black tea
8 Spouse
9 Brew
10 Agree
15 Lamb
16 Concerning
20 Chafe
22 Burmese
prince
23 Termite
24 Parseghian
25 Offspring
26 Pledge
28 Glove leather
31 Inattentive
33 Spanish
surrealist
36 Shotgun
38 Jeweled crown
40 Fibs
42. Bomb
43 Firn
44 Arabian gulf
45, Avail
46 Negative
47 Edge

Ice Crac


CARROLL RIGHTER'S

HOROSCOPE
from the Carroll Rihter Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: Start a campaign to
get a better set of conditions for yourself, but
know what's going on so you can plan better Be careful of
your diet and don't eat what troubles your kidneys.
ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr 19) Keep that promise to one of
whom you are very fond, even if it is inconvenient at the
moment Be objective in handling pressing business
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) Try to figure out how to
come to a far better agreement with a partner, which is most
important at this time Don't procrastinate about matters that
need handling
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Make up your mind to get
much work done Take treatments that give you more vim.
Stop wasting time foolishly Labor methodically
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Get off to the
amusements that you really like and relieve tensions now Buy
gadgets that will help you perfect hobbies
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) Study your home and see where
to make improvements, both to the home and to the
relationships there Strive for more comfort and beauty.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept 22) Give encouragement to your
associates and you gain goodwill which will mean more profits
in the future Shop Spend p m with friends.
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct 22) Consult expert about any


monetary problems and use own common sense Rely more
upon yourself instead of seeking help from others
SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov 21) Be alert to what is
happening around you and take advantage of good
opportunities. Avoid the romantic and help others, while
increasing own benefits
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec 21) Ferret out whatever is
puzzling to you Show kindness to one in dire need as kindness
is what is needed most by this individual
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan 20) Have discussions for
greater accord and more future income. Enjoy social
gatherings in p m Take mate along with you
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb 19) You are puzzled about
how to follow through with some career or civic matter, so
contact a bigwig who can be of help to you
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar 20) Extend your influence by
getting busy, growing in wisdom A new friend has fine ideas
but you have to listen carefully to understand them
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ..he or she will have
much character and deep perception, will not be concerned
with the affairs of others, but will keep steadily on own path
of endeavor, and thereby make a big success of life. Be sure
you teach early about the birds and the bees, otherwise your
child could get into wrong company and spoil his or her life
early Teach while young to be interested in right religion to


strengthen the spirit
"The Stars impel, they do not
your life is largely up to YOU!

Winning

Bridge
Vy VICTOR MOLLO
tle.it tihv Ik
North
4 A I

K J 8 5 4
South
K J 10 9 8 7
< 8
beclarei, a floe player goes up
with the OA, come to bis hand
WiKth the 4A and returns to
dmuniy with the QK to dijsi-d
a diamond on the 4*K. Next
comes a heat to his CA and a
heart J t. a dctamnond ruff and a
seo4d heart rituff. Onty t:aimnps
rernalin and &)uth's sequence 4s
itbmkcen.
What was the contract ?
The answer is not so obvtouk,
as It seelnas. On tie ace of At,
the play wiould 'be the same in
86. or In 74, but assuming cor-
rect technique, it must be 74.
When this hand came up.
South was AxrtihLcr Riob'nson. cne
of A 'mierica's greatest players.
The contract was 64, and he
didn't ploy as above. Before
going on. can the reader spot
the difference ?
The first four tricks were the
samne, but then Robinron ducked
a heart, allowing East's : 9 to
hold, and only so could the con-
tract be made, for the East-West
hands were:
West East
S 632 +54
3 2 7 10 9 5 4 3
S KQJ 9 0 1 6 3
SQ 10 9 6 3 472





H OW n.any
words of
f o i r letters
Sor more can
y u in u k e
from the
letters shown
h e r e ? In
in a k I n K a
word. ech b
letter ma y
B he used onec
only. Each
word must contain the large
letter and there must he at
least one eight-letter word in the
list. No plurals: no foreign words;
no proper names. TODAY'S
'rAR(;ET: 17 words, good;
22 words, very good : 28 words,
excellent. Solution tomorrow.


SATURD)AV'S SOLUTION
Asset east hale halt haslet hast
hate hatless hawse heal iea
lash lass last late lath Idth
leash least leat sale salt *a
sate seal seat shale sha
shawl shelta slash slat slat
slaw stale steal swale swus
swat swath swathe seal swes
tale tassel teal thaw THAWLES
wale wash waste weal weall
whule what wheal wheat.

ckers -24


I.castle. Yes, it's moving sure enough h(
When they are above one of the ice wais tri casters. "eSo is the one we're stanng on
wind changes to a gentle breeze and Jack mutters. "So is the one we're standing on
glides downward with Rupen t following in his They're getting closer together and our castle
wakglides downward with land on an icy crag over is in between. Rupert, you'll have to deal with
k Together they o a you shouldn't this ice wall while I tackle the other. Every
lookir,-g the castle. Oh, Jac, upet. oud mom went's precious!"
have brought me here!" cries Rupert You moment's precious
know I told Mummy- Jack pays no heedALL RIGHTS RESERVED
but stares at another ice wall beyond the


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w
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compel" What you make of


Chess


---- '(9936)1
(9936)
By LEONARD BARDEN
, M. 1 experienced solvers will
Llunk todSay' puzzle too easy;
buil, since a Russian master got
it wrung, the key idea may be
ov'rlhuiked. Black (Zacharov,
to imove against Romanishin) Is
a piece tip for two pawns, but is
threatened by I xKt. Should
Black play (a) Kt-K1 ,b>
R--113 ic) P-K5 id) R-QI l e)
Kt-K5 or1 i) Kt-Kt2-and
which of these moves should
definitely be avoided?
Par times: tO seconds, grand-
master; 20 seconds, chess master;
1 minute, chess expert; 3
minutes, county player; 7 min-
utes, ciab standard; 12 minutes,
average, 30 minutes. novice.

Chess Solution
Sf) is best, iten White doesn't
have enough for his piece. (b)
and (d) allow 2 P-R6 with a
strong attack. (a) is playable
but alter 2 Q-B7 Black is
under pressure. The blunders
are (c) 1 '. P-K5?; 2 Qg xP
mate and ie/ the trap into
which Black ell by . .
Kt-K5?: 2 R-Q8 ch! RxR; 3
Q ,Q, Resiqns.


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h Acroes
l. Tribe lies (anag.). (9)
7. Musical show. (5)
9. Finish. (3)
10. Sunshine. (5. 4)
12. 'Go down. (4)
13. Feline. (3) 14. Smoke. (9)
18. Automobile. (3)
20. Similar. (4)
22. Reajoiss for actiOn. (I)
23. Scandinavian country. Ifi
U4. Relaxes. (5)
25 Enemy. (3)
Down
I Sauce lots (anag.). (4. 5)
i Ages. (4). 3. Unusual. (4)
.. sea-swallow.. (4)
3. Dormant. (8)
SOGirl In the family makes the
assue rest. (6, 8)
8. Insurance matter. (6)
11. Symonds has one. near Itoss-
on-Wye. (3)
1S. Rusby and Soerer ror
Instance. (3)
16. IAsal tasa. 1
17. Employ-
n 1 k ema e-
si i f r'(.
1 tl. Went on
h Itors -
(4)
21. Old em.
(4) err.
(4) S9UtdOeS 01 a1soa


27 Comc Pa" li


REX MORGAN, M.D.


JUDGE PARKER

WAKEMAN'S BEING HURT
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16 The Tribune - Tuesday, April 9, 1974


Squash champion


Hunt flies in


for exhibitions


GEOFF HUNT of
Australia, 1974 world
champion squash player is
due to play exhibition
matches at the Blue Hill
courts tomorrow.
Hunt will play fellow
"countryman Ken Hiscoe
rankedd number 4 in the
world), in a "best of five"
match following warm-up
games against the best local
players. Hiscoe, once British
Amateur Champion has won
the Australian amateur


ff Hunt (left) and Ken Hiscoe.
Tickets for seats priced
from $15 to $6 have already
sold out. There are a few $2
standing tickets still
available. Only those
holding tickets will be
admitted. The capacity of the
viewing balcony is limited to
95.
Hunt and Hiscoe are due to
arrive in Nassau tonight via
Qantas at 7:55 p.m. They will
leave Nassau on Sunday for
Grand Bahama and a second
exhibition.


Aaron's there


HANK ARRON hammered a
1-0 pitch over the left field
tence at Atlanta Stadium just
to the right of the 385-foot
marker and circled the bases
for the 715th time
accompanied by a large,
massive fireworks display last
night.
A sellout crowd of 52,870'
rose as one for a standing
ovation and Aaron's Atlanta
teammates poured out of the
dugout and out of the left field
bullpen to greet the
40-year-old superstar.
"'It was just like any other
home run," Aaron said after
becoming the greatest home run
hitter in the history of
baseball.
"1 don't feel any different
now," the Atlanta Braves
outfielder said ater his
400-foot blast in the fourth
inning shattered the cherished
career record of the late Babe
Ruth.
"It may be different when I
wake up tomorrow morning
and realize what happened,"
added the son of an Alabama
.hipyard worker.
It was home run number
-5 for Aaron, ending a chase
that has covered 21 years. It

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brought boomung cannon
shots and flying balloons.
The feat brought a
telephone call from the White
House
"The president phoned and
congratulated me," Aaron told
newsmen afterward. "He
invited me to the White House.
but he didn't set a specific
time."
Aaron is a reserved,
soft-speaking product of the
deep south. He faced racial
problems early in his career but
refused to harbour any
bitterness.
Asked at a post-game news
conference if he thought he


now might be considered the
- greatest player who ever lived,
Aaron balked at such a boast.
"I think I may be one of the
best." he said. "But Joe
Dimaggio was one of the
greatest, and so were Willie
Mays and Jackie Robinson. But
I don't think Henry Aaron is
fourth. He may be second or
third."
Aaron's record homer was
hit off a pitch by Al Downing
of the Los Angles Dodgers,
who like Aaron wore number
"44" on his back.
"It was a fast ball. high and
inside," Aaron said. "It hung a
little." Atlanta won the game
7-4. (AP)


buzz

GARY "SMACK" DAVIS
fired a neat three hitter while
striking out four batters
assisting defending double
champs Becks Bees Jr. in
dumping Killarney Pros 20-1
in the featured junior league
game at the Queen Elizabeth
Sports Centre over the
weekend.
Becks scored all the runs
they needed in the second
frame on two hits walks and
sloppy fielding by the Pros.
After putting away their
opponents in their half of the
first inning, Becks drew first
blood in the bottom half of the
inning when second baseman
Kendal Davis walked, stole
second and third and made his
way home on a pass ball.
In the second inning
Killarney tied the score with
their lone tally of the game
when Terrance Wallace teed off
on an offering from Davis and
drilled it into left field for a
single.
He advanced to second on
an error by the Pros third
baseman from the bat of
Carroll, then stole third and
sped home on a miscue by the
third baseman during the play.
Davis however, settled down
to strike out Hanna, pickoff


SCHLITZ TROUNCE CARROLL'S


SCHLITZ BEER behind
Bertie Murry trounced Carroll's
Food Store 9-1 in the first
game of the double header
played at the Sports Centre.
Murry delivered one run on
nine hits while displaying his
batting ability going four for
four at the plate.
Schlitz scored an unearned
bean in the second inning and
went on to victory in the third
as the, added four more to
their first marker
Adrian Rodgers fanned Paul
Cumberbatch, then allowed
two straight singles to Tony
Roberts and Godfrey Eneas
before leftfielder Vince Albury


looped a texas leaguer single
over short stop Charles Moss'
head scoring Tony Roberts
with the deciding factor of the
game.
Schlitz plated three more
runs in that inning.
Carroll's only productive
inning being the third frame
when they gathered three hits
for a mere one run.
Elgarnett Rahming fanned
then Lester Dean beat out an
infield hit. Knowles breezed
and second baseman Fred
Cooper was credited with an
infield hit setting the staged for


Glenroy "Flo" Saunders RBI
single.
In the fourth frame the
Foodmen threatened to score
as they had runners on the
corners but could not credit a
run for they were put away.
Held scoreless over the
fourth and fifth frames, Schlitz
erupted for four more runs in
the sixth on four hits as Albury
picked up his second RBI in
the game.
Adrian Rodgers was tagged
with the loss with Bertie Murrv
collecting the win while
striking out seven batters.


Falling Stars


CHAMPIONSHIP hurler
Don Taylor combined an easy
going six hitter that included
nine strike outs with his
commendable two for three at
bat leading Becks Bees to a 9-3
victory over Hemeken Stars in
the second game of last night's
double header at the Q.E.S.C,
Taylor scored one run.
Backed by strong offence
that rallied losing pitcher Stan
Smith for 11 hits, Becks took
the lead 5-1 over the first three
innings before closing out with
a commanding four run sixth
inning.
First baseman Anthony
Huyler topped Becks with two
hits from two times at bat
scoring three runs and
knocking in one. Left fielder
Willie Knowles' two for three
at bat included onie run scored
and so did catcher Vianny
Jacques.
Willie Thompson and right


fielder John Rolle each went
two for three from the plate
and scored one run. Rolle
collected an rbi
Three errors and a two base
wild pitch from the Stars in the
top of the first was utilized by
Becks to score their first two
runs.
Heineken retaliated in the
following frame on Rolle's rbi
double that scored Thompson
from second base Thompson
who singled moved to second
on a pass ball.
Becks however returned in
the bottom of the third and
paced by Sim Humes' two rbi
single moved ahead b, four
runs
Catcher Pan/y Johnson in
the fifth and sixth frames
clipped an rbi single and
double respectively giving the
Stars their final two runs of the
game.


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championship six times. The
standard of the world's top
players is so high that the
best the Nassau group Ivern
Davis, Tony Lancaster, Keith
Parker can hope for is one
or two points between them.
Bob Montgomery, recently
voted runner-up for the
Sportsman of the Year award
and leading squash player in
the Caribbean, will be
considered to have put up an
outstanding performance if
he can get on the scoreboard
in each game.


AN AMERICAN at Oxford
Dave Sawyier, 23. stroked
Oxford University to a
record-breaking win over
Cambridge University in the
Boat Race on Saturday
Oxford won by five and half
lengths, leading from the start,
and shattered the 26-year-old
record by 15 seconds in 17
mins. 35 sees They also broke
the Light Blues' six year win
streak.
Conditions were ideal for
the race and Cambridge
finished the race only five
seconds outside the old record.
On a slacker tide before the
race. Goldie (Cambridge's
second boat) beat Isis
(Oxford's second boat) in a
time that was four seconds
faster than Cambridge's senior
eight.


ing

Kelly who had singled and
struck out Thurston to leave
Carroll stranded on the base
path.
Becks went into the bottom
of that frame taking advantage
of errors and numerous walks
committed by the Pros.
Left fielder Jeffery Fowler
highlighted that inning with a
double that drove in the game
winning run, moments before
Vincent Major singled between
third and short stop for an rbi.
The Bees then pushed
across nine runs putting the
game completely out of reach.
And yet, it seemed not
enough for Becks Jr. Going
into the third inning they
plated ten runs on errors, walks
and hits by centre fielder
Kenny Fox and third baseman
Kerrington Wilkinson.
Fox's tremendous blow
occurred with bases loaded as
he bombed a single to right
field sweeping the bases clean.
Wilkinson then singled in Fox.
Rounding out their scoring
with a single tally in the fourth
frame Becks went on to
capture their second win in
four played.
In the featured game on
Wednesday, the defending
champs seek to stop the
undefeated St. Michael
Dodgers.

Obed fit

for Miami

fight
WELTERWEIGHT champ
Elisha Obed is reportedly in
top condition today for his ten
round bout tonight with
Mexican middleweight Jesse
"Chury" Rios at the Miami
Beach Auditorium.
Making his fifth ring
appearance for the year, Obed
will be seeking his 46 victory in
an unbeaten career.
Earlier this year he laid
undisputed claim on the
Bahamas' junior middleweight
crown and since then was being
groomed for a British
Commonwealth title fight with
Clyde Gray-
Obed's manager Mike
Dundee has high hopes that he
will become either the
welterweight or middleweight
champion of the world.
Tribune reporter
Gladstone Thurston will be at
tonight's fight to bring a full.
on-the-spot report to readers in
tomorrow's edition.

Dark Blue

glory


O'Farrell
LONDON Frank
O'Farrell. experienced Fnglish
soccer manager, today said he
was accepting the offer of a
$50,000 a year position as
head of the Iranian national
squad.
O'Farrell, formerly with
English First Division teams
Leicester City and Manchester
United and currently in charge
of Second Division Cardiff
City, will start his new job 1May
1.
It was understood that
Jimmy Andrews, O'Farrell's
assistant at Cardiff was


off to Iran
considering following his chief
to Iran. Andrews reportedly
has been offered S25,OO a year.
The Iranians have sought to
hire several leading British
soccer managers in recent
weeks.
Brian Clough was their first
Results of last night's
soccer games
I English League
Division 1
Sheffield United I I iverpool 0
Division 3
Southport 2 Blackburn 2
Iriti-ere 1 \Vattord 0
Scottish eaigute
Division 1
I'artick Ihistle 2 Aberdeen 0.


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- Bonanza

golf

for

April 21

THE EASTER Bonanza
tournament of the Bahamas
Golf Association's New
Providence Division will be
played on April 21 at the
Sonesta Beach golf course
beginning 8:00 a.m. from both
tees.
This tournament like othei
Bonanzas will be a fun event
with prizes for men, ladies and
juniors. There will also be
special blind awards for nearest
the pin, long drives, most
putts, least putts and many
more.
This event is opened to all
golfers. Visitors to the
Bahamas are especially
welcomed. The Christmas and
Easter events of last year were
won by out of town players.
The N.P.D. of the B.G.A.
also announced yesterday the
pairing for their Matchplay
Championship, following the
qualifying round which was
played in conjunction with the
7-up Classic on March 24 at the
South Ocean.
This tournament which
commences immediately with
the first round being
completed by May 19th .at the
Coral Harbour golf course is
divided into three sections.
There are the Championship
Flight (0-9 handicap), first
Flight (11-16 handicap), and
Second Flight (17-24
handicap).
The second round must be
completed by June 23 and
played at the Pariadise Island
golf course. The semi finals
which is to be played at the
Sonesta Beach must be
completed by July 21.
The finals are set for August
21 at the South Ocean.
Pairings for the first round:
Championship J. Duncombe &
J. Moree; M. Taylor & R. Velton:
V. Prosa & C. Poitier, W. Horton &
P'. Tirelli; V. Lockhart & F. Higgs:
B. Smith & I). Butler. L. Gibson &
R. Dumont; C. Flowers & M.
Lockhart.
tirst M. Stubbs & C. Lunn Jr.;
L. Parker, U. Bostwick, G. Ellis, I).
Wennick, F'. Adderley, D,. Lunn
and C. Vanderpool all got first
round byes.
Second C. Hepburn & A,
Aitken: J. Mciadden & B.
Bonaparte; (;. Sealy & M.
Hamilton: B. J. Benjamin & W. T.
Godet: R. McSweeney & A. Wallis;
M. Wolstencroft & R. Cooper; ;.
Cash and C. G. Cooper both got
first round byes.

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Knox College's Lewis Kelly spikes a point during the
final set of their 2-1 victory over St. Augustine's College Jr.
KNOX FIGHT BACK
KNOX COLLEGE Junior volleyballers, in a determined
stand, rallied from an 11-5 deficit to a commanding 16-14
victory over St. Augustine's College Juniors last night in the
final game of their best of three exhibition match at the A.
F. Adderley Gym.
Having captured the first game 15-0, Knox dropped the
second 15-11 before being treated to an early 8-0 lead by
the defending junior boys champions. Brad Russell served
S.A.C. in the lead.
But Knox crept back to 14 all with Paul Goodin at tthe
line. He went on to dish out the winning points giving Knox
the 2-1 win.
Favourites for the 1974 inter-scholastic senior boys
volleyball championship C. C. Sweeting High play Knox
seniors in a three game series beginning tonight 7 o'clock at
the A. F. Adderley Gym. They will be playing for the
Jamaica High Commissioner trophy.


NOTICE

IN THE E STATE OF HARVEY W.
FOP STI ( Late of Freeport in the
Island of Grand Bahama. Deceased

Notice is hereby given that all persons having any
claims or demands .-i!.iii,t the above named estate
are requested to send the same duly certified to the
undersigned not later than the 30th day of April
1974 after which time the assets of the deceased
will be distributed am ong the persons entitled
thereto having regard onlt to the claims of which
notice have been rcie-ived


HIGG(S & JOHNSo\N
Attorneys for Violet E. Forster
and Bank of \No,i Scotia Trust
Company (Bahamas) Limited the
F.\cutors of the Estate.


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