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Publication Date: April 10, 1974
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A REMINDER TO Bank with
CUSTOMERS




I DUDLEY 'S ROYA L,.[" "r.

egteed with Postmaster of Bahamas for postage concessions within the Bahamas Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper

VOL. LXXI, No. 117 Wednesday, April 10, 1974 Price: 20 Cents


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"licieir I aling Plani art'e now l'i v'm
available ait I l' I riltume u'
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Irce Rt'tntiess ifor lite plan I tll'
should h e rSent1, t i) Tl
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pil i 'td p at: I lie I ribiiune
oltces on Slhirlev Street. An i tlp-
aidditional 20 cents shloiuld bet
adled lor poNlage it l ie book
is to be mailed d

pulllished a series o 1 24 Ait
articles based on Mr Kordeil's I t
hoo k I ,.'
heilinast older of books phodi
wAi sold ol lt wiin" an lh o r 1a\ l h
io i'lli set i to oir ic,'ep oti I Sil


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Car clampdown


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R o l( 1 I t I ,i i )C[p.iilinei]l it i
huil l mi'nsl!ah l i looks. listed
Io uit\eAI this \tic to assist
poi ice' i1n 'h toil s l edii ci
thefts, .tle \I le ttuiretd wM le1.
hich le ownesllhitp chtangt!(
M1ore than 000) moto
ic h iles were si" o len II \ ie

hcliveI ve I tcle trailsters c.in

,'- TA T
NLLY MANSON Fl F IIi
SEE
WHAT HAPPY
S HOMES ARE
MADE OF

and YOU SAVE!


(e t l'i l In Ihle neIw
piocetdilure l eqti riing lti tie
i'st t Il. iol book as owell is lthe
h ic l Ie licence 1i '1si 1 eI
produced hefiitolt ot \ nersl!ui cand
e ltl nerrted. Registration
liotks were llast isstedt itn I lit
and discotolinueilcd in I t when \liit
lihe ceri iicaI t'es \wei '
M i1tt t1rl1 ni i idd
Ownet lt rs il i otott vehicleIt'
should also ht aware l th
spokesman said, that keeping
et'hicls olf t h" I l ad for part Iti
the yeat will nut afitord lltIem
am saving. Tlie owner must
pa thIle full amount il of lihe
licence fee whenever lie
egisters a tpreviouslI -licensed
vehicle It is only a vehicle thal
has nol been registered
previously whose owner can
benefit b) a pro-rated fee.


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PRISONER


BACK

BEHIND

BARS
\NI)REi.S THOMPSON,
a I1) war old youth serving
a nine year prison sentence
at Fox Hill Prison is back
behind bars today after
officers recaiptured lhii
ith i an hour of his escape
I t the lie compound
\ leterd;i\
Thompson,. convicted for
ils part in the armed
hbry of t ihe ( able Beach
( hlia Mlanhattan Bank in
Jul\ last sear,. was caught in
thll area between the
Sailndilands Rehabilitalion
('enttre and the prison,
rtpors said-
lie s considered 'veryN
dangerous b\ plitce anl
had escaped Tuesday
aulternoon by climbing over
the i wall of theil prison
compound
AIRLINE PLEA
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I RIh \ l)\ ) arill' it, ,


I :RJ it itt the u atkl i i
t'i ne it It o l i' i int o to I
d It | o lle .ill nr airine


Nixon'


sc


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-Rolle

named

bank

director


L (OS ANGELL S |
iFo'rtiter IIHowNard Hughes ,
aide Robert \. Malleu has
lest i filed the billionaire's
potitic;il contributtion'i were
indcliscrimina lorv
1-I ,aid theta included
donit lions toi the 196S
caimpligts oft Democratic
Seln aloli H1 beri H
Hutiphrey and Robert F
Kenned) and an intended
iilt for Richard Nixon
A report ofl Maheu's
test irinoni to Watergate J
inve stigtors, exhibited in ill
court yesterday bx Federal C
Judge tfarrv Pregerson, B
quoted Mahlieu as saying: sl
"Huglies wanted to make n
sure that all bases were gi
covered, that whoever w asN
selected would be 'beholden i
to hi '." (
Portions of ithe report
were admiiitted as testimony i
in \lalien's 17 5 million i
dollar defamation suit !
against IH lighes, wlom he lie
once sern d a;s head oll the
billionaire's tast Nevada (
operations b
r,
I he report sl ateu Maiheit
said lie and lormier Nevada
Gov ernor Pal L.axatt T
altiemp ltd ito deliver a
hrie'fcise sluffed with
S50,000tO i cash directly to
Nixon in late 196S or early
1969. while Nixon was
addressing a convention ol
Republican governors. 5
Maheu told Watergate
tlliest igalors the attempt
failed because Nixon
campaign aide Robert I
Finch, later a Cabinet
tem ber, learned of it from
l.aulit inid "the contlaut \
with Nixon was niot
established. I API)

FISH SALE
IW () tlihnisand pounds o!
e'Cpt wialer red and black
-'n.i r- ill hc on sale fronm
ith tl ksiA t' oil the ['.N r
i* lin ho0it I rek, a la a t Po il lc i" ai
( ,]] It iiii o \\ t


New high

\ ('ITIR \ high school
v ll 1 op)|encd in (i \ernor' s
1L Oiit t urit. icutlh ra nll
.ple!i her
il -'s lwas an It Lito n d l thl1
\ ( oiakl \linitetr oi
SliJ t i niit .iid C'tiltiuie, w. hIt
..il it w ill keeping wilh th
I r ninent s pol \ titt
l ftJi' ll)iiiig c ltit al second ll l
Sli' dl th louliNhouI the I ainil>T


" lh*the 11 s ri r\ :ind lresdcllnis i
! hi ( ii v c -i n o i 's H a ril o ;
.Mlit uenLTin int muchI the smt
nii nn i1 as t lhe Rock Sou li
Sli ti h S1lim i Tlhat c o iil pL \
a., tc-nrd il oa Octoher


Bahamas 'could play important food supply role'

By NICKI KELLY iie in din'.! . H 1 it'h1th woild iara" l.it nd h..1.'" \ M I Ii. l h e l llc l- i" in 'i sI \wrk11 i ) kI," ttl in I the "'\ e ,k h kild K ,,,
sipa es hoe, iip diI +W I h I1i .1 . II h m o to nein k ittil I t, iIen ape i l .- o w r n h m ilar sctcme in si ,, IN
1up h11 I i Aulus *,l l n. ,he 1 t asI1 | M R Hh Hall .> a1m ng olhc A ls i he'd !d Mlr RoberiH al hl As I t11 rot n uIh ,al f.(Ii I!. ,
Ba a,,,s c,.lddw IIKecomc., ..- ,1on I ,, p, ,in dapl t cIion c Kr empho loin ,nc to '0( e h c K uLd
kh i ih l,1 BAmi i ll' hI frt 1Ol


lllipolt I 0 tI lt f 5 lt l


lit Is is iiN e 'St I 11,1 il a .i
IC lopi lh u u ht t tipo !, onl
I tla Iu n It Irlot ii Firanclis

inIte'l e i tliadt hcllne -hlow 'l
1\ .1 i i l'l i I I 'l X I I I II, J aII
I m i n I colt n t' el n % i n
eslia!b luni lnliIO i ,ii llti ia l
liilt, I ( ts ,i I 0 t'tA 'ttlt lit 1t
One ol these s DeWraska's

i 11ch )i s Iplans i Iori ctd aind
loul iill at llhe west end ol

iwale tacililti'C ar rc h\ t l 1 \1
thte pr ec't o \p< ds
"o\eilo\\" Io \ndlas wuhtl
S lie I \Iel'is loi
I n t ernlomil D1a e lopielnl
(I \ |) is l\n))nci g a 'I 10(
millt on t i ut iitttiil A rk-t icldr

A\ A:La co (Uill It and WesltinI
is piojic lyn la igcti tlrluin r
stlic e lo l tie area rrouLnd
I tcasure ( a N
In Ilth last two mon\lths
several laigC l .S. tarnelrs la\C
comine to ilite Bahalinis and
displayed a gical deal of


ills panul u i 'is hit Itislt
-.pi, 11 i dl i si !M ,, i i.. 'w

1"ut n i tH itl ets t "-,I
t'uhe It i t ntt i t e poiit i Ii

listu ith d 11011i0(1 I!

II l ,ilst i .t h ilt tdil' li0 i'
0itt 1' i I N IttIIti c Ntiilt t
si et ss -ull n I it tttillt' ltlstJlt ii
viitll an inu it i ii iestitin t Itt
le" IIIsl c I 0O.1000
Tlcti \ studitnes hati- htlti
ained oIt i "t ,l an e ptut lieon
tIe t ta Inh duprtii ld
1 )e0 elo itit l )ent O l'i t I 1s tto S11 t
IlIb cto\d t l oa and s u l Let

Ini t it ain 0ial. a tittic
tacto w lool1 ibt pl.nt tIhe

italte anill ind ll e lb. a llttl toKI



I te o tlie tigt hliCancic )ps > o
gclIt'ng 111n \ ol t tllhese
industries off t ile t ou d II t e
I )t' that tile promised
Development Bank has not yet
ateitialised. Mr. t trhi ncis


I s1 h i s 3,\uitI a hiI hca ui itlhan
t i u! tk 1 d, 1 ts s i"iw\ t ol\ed
tII lhll v tie ipect t is
opul liJsn has app.i. ro,. i tie
ti. (a s Ban k InlernaltinalI


S.wasit.i hailed in l 7 toi I tnll
gap in the provision ot
jsan to project xlicth tall
I'eI\ t'cen the categories os t
"puri aild" and commerciall

utidct the ii und there arc
two "lain classes, ot proie cts
that iquiility tor support
prclicta l decllopient piro.ects
and icsea.rh studies
Baiclai I tIondon office is
no\\ cont'itdering their proposal
hor gut arsn Ito he established
a t ('at Island. Banncrman
TO\l, I htliuhera and Long
Ilandl These fanrns, Mr.
Fi aI'ls slaid. \vouid he run as
cooperatives.
Within two or three weeks
the government expects to
table the legislaion necessary
to formiIalIly establish
,,,i|,p i l\ t 1 in1 ihe Bah.amas
S Ili ) ,.l1 1 BudgltI nukesc


ol A'It. tilt ire and l Fishe iet's,
I l lit 1 l pi it n g plant 1 i
,anotlhc putoit whi sh houldI
he o!! h1C L't !und I\ tlhe entld
'I IIhe \ ar. \1 l unci s iild
hI'h plant is Itihng e 'ltablisheIlI
hi the I t e ll n owners ti t llhe

and will be sited on thec
Industrial Park in Soldieh I
Roa( d. I will be conLernCdl
niiainl l iIlh snallppel
Ilie Development ( of-
poration chairman rtcent ll
lisited hlorida to look into the

citrus growing industry. One of
the schemes in which the
Corporation is interested is ia
citrus grove for the Cow Pen
Road area.
MNr Francis noted that in
addition to the Development
Bank, there should also be an
Agricultural and Fisheries
Cooperative Bunk to assist the
fishing and farming sector with
development capital.
Two other light industries
which have already found
pril otuileis ar, gai i rtenii andt
i il u ire mitIliui.i i til re IThe t


B l 11i' sIilS.
In ioniltltunction wt1 itlh it s
"'ack to-the-land'" dine, the
government, thromut h lthe
combined etlort I I thlie
%I ist nes ioi I tldu action,
I)ett'ihlopiitmcnt and AgricultlurL
nil I ishetries, has launchtld l
N' oUtlli \ .rit ,,dlt i i Pro-
grint mme
Ilhis progranimmic is intended
t interl:trt schI oti lh'eavers
between 17 and 20 in farming.
'Our initial appeal for
pritospective candidates lor the
programme brought response
from over 100 young people,"
MIr. Francis said. From this
number 50 of the most
promising were selected-
The scheme will consist of
scientific training at the
Central AXgricultural Station
supplemented with practical
field work.
Mr. Francis explained that
each student will be allotted a
piece of land near the Station
where he will raise crops for
sale. The incentive will be that
all proceeds will he retained by
lie u ii.ng lirmer


l le ullt i u tldal pmp ,'i h .i -
spi l tredt t lth helmet i h.ii! i 'I
areas besides agriutltuie ind
tisherin s county benL'.i l !i, .!:;
I ldsim ilm i at w .ifoii;i- '
prograI uim t'es loit sltit L I t,
"We alte saIturated wi it
clerks and itneed Ito "i Itheti
young people somei skill the
('orpora ion t li chairman
observed.
Hic said plants were nitw
tieing considerI d l aI t
n i g h I -t i m e S o lui e ei I
prograinmme to teach .1
preliminary corps oil subjects
to school leaves as a basis to
further training in insurance.
banking, salesmanship, business
and commerce,


IN KE*------ *= mesnj


tINK -S


EARED'


-Hughes PEACE HOPE
c s0eo IN FREEPORT



for eant PAY DISPUTE


SBy MIKE LOIHI\\


'-'s-


t K1 It'ORKI t i' IlST Nevil
ltleiienti tida' in pay dispu
walking oft'Il i th l obs at ihe 1Ba
\paunslon pio)e I site pari ol tiic


I saw

robbery

gun

-witness

IiIt 111 i St i Rl til
l Illt tri.alii l Basil S il. Ilti'l
arl Russe ll ind Rodnei
uillard >c klerd isiltied that
ite L i sa ne t tlie Jac st' t
ien git e a l'oi t-' J ,it < usCd a
Si leedsl lld i m the
\ugust lit i l'e\ Iu lihe
iord Ca> Ri;\ta Hlnik ot
anada.
Slt uaIt oI d Ilhe .outl shi
rsl itlnesses sa\ usetlls 1'. one of
he hold-up ,iul.,s 1wed 1\y t ,wo
laskedl raiders!. hen t Basil
B;la "' St is u-'i il to
hristopher h.Ionsonh tu, ( daL os



ilol ear sel itei' e io l it s part
I tle ho!d-ii lhad pleadetld
oii. tto tilh ha rIle on f unltta
len the aupp'-.ired It'efo Mr
tlstice Sa eln ( taham! .
I he woti a led b1 \sls
'rown ( Couitl Perr\ Maill i
atld sdie wa, familiar with t\wo
itaei ot S Imlll iS'id i(lCIouhrCtd
over-alts Ml h, iWitlckS es sy-
he nllaskekd rohter wit irt
Ihey were seen ati Johnsonl'
tiose behind a dotr, slithe said
lt when Ishe cleaned his house
Off tIlh dai\ 0," the riihe ,i y (lhe
.ere nt ss:ng .
Sears, represented b\
attorneys Cecil Whitlield and,
Sfennil\ sIn WeV s. ,n| Russe!;
eprCIesk lic l h\t Mr. ("ali l
arn i et l c aif accused .I
tohhing the bank of i\ter
4 (O1 (1 IL llitrd is alt.'l I'
,.-c:milnr ',4.000 ol the ione-
nd is repr'1tesCntetCd lt Ni
lenry Bn-twick


school

I under the leadership ot th.
( ,o\ernor's Harbour Met'th' ,l
ILulhiment, Philip Behl h .
1 esiktlitls will proLide ItdInancll d
resIoutrces and laboui r to c lrt 'id.
Ilinis h JI ld cileq p ile pes. l
school buildings It 0 1t i'"il
nioilate initially approminuaiel!.
25 O slutdenlls.
Il he' curlcullilu l a d ta .ili
s thle new' center will prm b]dc
! a st ronlg ellipih'asis l
\,c1 tlonal training. In hldiIl!
.1 lhICe outset courses ;'!
a lieilt ial science' c'i nl '
. Ind l hoiCe 'cono (lics.
4S0tn 4 () oixcino 'S
1t1.ih !ouI l puii ls were ,iak cpled
1\ Rt ,k Sound thih S.h..l<-+
w R en it opened


Ite Sitnions Swas hotlping tol a
te that led to t\ei 4)00 woikcis
lamas 011il Refinllng ('C .'! ,.ai s
ai, and all Monday
I h work stoppage twas
)ipa k d k h i!i;lianagelmint's
!I, ':, rclsal !o e\lind to
Bahlain~in Aini \es[ t' tIndian
employ cc N S SCI-4 100 p
titonth ,cost t it 1111 t apet
increases glien to Italian
employees i Janultdi
I hi \ .irkcm staged tthe
wild.cat strike on their owi
Ji1liij tivt. t hItIIU l 0o!'Ytlltllll
0ol c't' ni lit ln r. \lg r
Sinilli nis. president ot tlhe
( onsilt ru on. Retincr- .;ind
\a1intotnanc' WVorkers L pIon
that represents their

Ihe i e Inke sltrltd it Aahoti
I 0 pm Ii 'ridi I There wreve-
iInc)Ioniltirlmid reports hat onn
rid jiS tShe storkers rcetlCtId
ret iqueIsts hOhi lroi l Mrt
Sini on; s .oinl n rom l i holi
\Minsicih (Ciltord D)arlingl. who
S ias in I t-i port onil anoth',
mi1a et'r. to iC!lrn to work
Oil M\o1011 i\ morning. \ir.
Slimmons told I ihe I rihiune
loda lIhe uinioni ncygagc'ld
I rcporl at ttorne Kendal
\otltage. \ I loPor ith (rind
K1ahaina onslltitictlite 5 as legal
advisor and negotiating
i he samei dj l he said, fhe
and \! t i;iag c' i tc witl the
striking workers at the protect
site. and the l1eni ,iagleed to
rkltIurn Ilo their lobs ttic
tol lowiner iornitm t \lr
Siiilmons rotirlt'd thal tlite
dit il ifat retm t' v wtrk oil
uiesday
1 r Simllimons said thIe
pol'it lli hega1n in J.ani'o
tswhen Siepciin l.miited. a
11)R('CO suhbsidiary and lhe
ke.'rs' emniploe t'r, gave abh'ti
10i lit in lt c ic inwians on the
.,I cost ol ll ing \waJet
incrteiscs ranging trom SU to
S 100 a, month.

In Ticgotiat tons ('\ r Siancc' tl,
in, r s'cs were 'nade'. Mif
Sn linm'ns said, thi id o;ipn
lh,ii rv.Ilu et'd to 0 t elnld ith' h lti
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le said the unon li'd
police C i dispute with l the
l hour Ministry on MaL'ch I
No sitikc \tle was then prior
to Friday 's action. however

li saltl there was a i etit'll
Ith Sie e mllanain'-c ilt
estIcrd.\ B tl il irodied
"nlotlui worth r'wepot ttini '
lowt \re. lihe e\pries d lhiote
ial t 1 ltfi i thcr imeli c nu1
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Inillioni \p p lnsion


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REBUKE
PARIS In a letlc: hi
intended to be kept seilet. the
lte President Charles de (Iaiulc
wished his success or, (eIorcs
Potnpidou, good luck in thIe
1960 presidential election,,. iut
c. ticized him for declaring hi'
candidacy too soon
The letter, published in i
new book b\ Ra\ mond
Tournoux, author of a series >i
works on lke (Gaulle. cleared uip
the five-\ ear-old inster\ wh\
Pompidou was tired as Pr rimc
Minister in No ember. 1 t(>S ,
despite his ke role in putllting
down the 196 riots.
Addressing P1ompidtiu .Is
"my dear friend," De (ianll
writing three dass a.ter Ihis
own resignation, approved
Pompidou as the (iaullist
candidate "

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election

( ,aNBIRRA Austral iil ha\C a double dissoluotin of bothl
Houses oI Parliament lllooed quickly, hy Igeneral election


pihobabl on \la.1\ I1 o 15
. inounced today\
\l\hlllm was fceerVVd h\ I lie
I aboutI ,IICLIs when hie raildc
his .iII iii tlllcetmire i tollowi Ing
rl(e opposition long declared
l mi'I n to ikp) se tilese the
( C1 k1 iC 1 tiiV 'is approp1 rIltar t ion
tills miounting ito 180 million
AistIIraliar (r270 )11 irllrio n i lcd
t 'i ) Vla Is in tIhe .Se nitte
\VHiliti'n told ParliailiCni hl
had j advised ioverrnoi (eneial
Sn P'ail Ilasluck to dissolvec
hoilh IHouses
ll.slu.k had accepIted IIs
suzeesi ion. \ h till lai said
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mointhIIs oi t aboI tr rule in the
\ LI s t ral an a H ouse ot
Repret cntati\ tes and frustrat ion
in the opposition -do inated

\\ li 1 a1 i "s1 b1 asis sir st kir 1I
do'tIble dlt isso tioStnIii dIsteCr tie
so.iitlstrisitso watis the Seihite's
re Iclin oni tii o occaiiVsions ot
kc\ bills on electoral
l eC ,Isliation. health iiisiilis i t
aiJ1d leg ia.tio n he!I
c I roic i1 .Ani d \lli 'i .is
\ tlithoriI Hill
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seals and i il i i S0 n .'. its
i ill he oniiested
1 t 1111,1011 0i C Ied
s ill .v, o 1 1 pollsV Illnch ll i:!rL s I
20-. eCar-oids tor the ti:st tumI
1otir r t! relda sk- kmL |rI
altle t lhe r olittli ion \ ill e
hel ii t lie s.meI lime t
both sides Ilboi .il V
l.ilb rral T eI e V J i.eni *
L. Iir tiodit\
tIeV last public Vopii.V V poV !
c inducted two \ ''ks i '.
iavoured the [Liberals I \Pi


Pli i c \lmistci (;ough Whllt, h


LO\ IDON I P)i)rinme Minster
lIarold Wilson \ias accused blh
a ii imbelc os' lIs ownI labour
part ol 'batdl hV handling a
land spe tiitllion i< ntr r ersy
em tbai ss ii to tIh
go tern n l i
\Wil la I lmln ,,n known
I o r l is t tTc V I .I .! itt lt l1 I
roiyal Vpend!i,, s. hIM .ilIled iII
a ladio interr, :\ ll t man\ ol
his icliw usNleillmsts il
ParlaiC i \.i i d Wilss";ini t
fire his p itil ii secretary
Marcia \ illiasI ,


BAHAMAS COINAGE FOR 1974


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Once again tihei Firklin Mint f has l','Iii rntui sted with mirnting both "Vpoof" and
"Specimer" sets anrd "Proof' arid ''S)pci me"' $10, and $2 individual ili5ns toi 1974.
The $' indi visual .ti oir will be r mlcltetd it. 5pe ilmeln quC lity only. Both it' pi., :,f sets will
contari i irtn e coins. $5 $1 arid t 0( iO silver (Proof sets onlyy, 25-. 1 10( I bc anid Ic
in mn.i l and ior alloyv.
Siqilt ant thna( es in the 19/4 olirt i iVnt ILie thoe irep i emer t of thie ttiq\ of QLueeni
Elizabeth II with the Bahamas National Coat of Anms oi the obveise of all of the coins;
the inclusion o)f the Bahamas National f lag on tthe ieveri s of the $'5 coin, thi e I h lusion of
the effigy tof the Goveinor Geretal ton the ievei. of theo $10 (oin l ufd lh epli. ernenit of
the Silver content in the "Specimen" coins with a lupii oni kel alloy
The $10 (tmitn I efing issued i iln it rmemt o tl aio)n )f the first a'.'.iov t,,i y ut the
Bahamas' ndeperndence


The pi ces of the 1974 coins mai as follows


Specimen Set
$10 Specrimenr
$b Sper iTeno
$2 Specimen


The coins may be ordered from the Aqents whose names are listed below. It should be
noted that the final date for ordeinng both the "Proof" and "Specimen" sets is 17th
April. 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 be 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. 0. Box N.100, Nassau, Bahamas
All Clearing Banks.


Proof Set
$10 Proof
$2 Proof


$45. 00
22.50
12.50


*>22 50
12.50
7.50
4.00


ST. GEORGES The strike-ending
truce between Prime Minister Eric Gairy
and his critics appears in jeopardy
following new violence and a pair of
by-elections tightening Gairy's grip on
this Caribbean nation's parliament.
The double victory in the by-elections
gave Gairy's ruling Grenada Labour Party
control of 14 out of 15 parliamentary
seals. The sole exception is the seat held
by Herbert Biaile, political leader of the
oppnnosi ion Grenada National Party


Dismiss Dayan say students


farmers and soldiers


J1 R'S.AI.F M Students
kibbuit/ lanriers and disch.ligeI
soldiers ftIom the \1lIdeast wa;
delnanded the dismissal so
detence Minister Moshe Dal\ '
.s Isarel's ( cabinet struggled
with a (Government crisis anl
the artillery war with S\ na
Premier (Golda \iMel's 2'
tint sisters met for imoIre iltha
tour hours to discuss the dLail
shooting onl the northern !ion.
routine business. and a rTisis

PREMIER Golda Mlenr
announced resignation late
today and said it wkas
"irrevocable." The 75-year-
old premier told her Labour
Party she would tormall
tender resignation at Cabinet
meeting tomorrow. Dramatic
move meant certain collapse
of her frail coalition
government and assured
general elections in a fesw
inmont hs.

.'rr whio must lake thIe ,l i.
,l n Israeli lailuires in liS
SVperiin da sl of tlis .cl b. '
\\ ar


I he\ left

dc ion iistration
p oteste'rs in a


the iieetiti'

by about 31 0 I
nearby\ parking


Mrs Mei,. repoilidl wcar.,
Sroni political pressures,
Slimibed into heri iinp lishci!
(s-\. ar-old sedan and drove ti
lel \vl\ for ml ore cUicial talks
with incinbers tof her Lahbou
Pal onl hati t) do aboi
I)a\ an. ilie t5 rnirl pubt li idol
whlo i ttnow thief centre t a
political Ist orm .
The stormll broke oer .
judi, ial enqiiiir\ which blamed


Chief! of Staff Lt Gen. IDa id
I lah/ar and other officers tor
neglecting to prepare for war
The commission s report
cleared Dayan of all blame,
igniting a public outer% and
demands from inside IDaan's
issrown L abour alignment for hini
to quit as Israel's seculritt
ehief
Placards ,aline "l).\ D i\ n
Out" alld 'II)a an I ake Itie
Blanic" waved inl the rain as
tlihe demonstrators protested

GENERAL
I).\MASC(IS Israeli sliclls
tell closc to a 1 N position in
the ( lan lleights ltda .
ilendangeC in the it: ol a
ligl ra k in g Nor egsan
(;eneisal \ho was ion his \5.ai,
Viss the cYa5 siilie line a
S\ t ian srpoksLniii ,ai
Ihe i s' s It k.stin iir it I V,.
ithe ollicli S\inan Arab Ne's,
\. iseni \ li.irit' d I at'i \'.,5


outside Mrs. Meir's office
Some protesters from
Kibbutz settlements run b\ the
Marxist Mapam wing of Mrs.
Meir's labour alliance, sang old
patriotic songs from the
Palmach, Israel's prestatehood
secret armv
Parliament meets tomorrow
to debate a no-confidence
motion which could defeat
Mrs. Meir's fragile coalition.
(AP)

SHELLED
aware of the presence of Lt.
Gen. Bengt Lilgentrand and his
political and military advisers
in the area.
The Syrian report said shells
fell within several dozen meters
of the U .N. position at
K maker. opposite Tel Marci
olne ofi the three main strategic
hills in the northern Golan
Heights.


LA PA., Me\xico:
Randolph Hearst. saying the
terrorist kidnappers ,o
his', daughter Patricia cannot bC
trusted, withldrew to 1an
isolated hotel tlear here to
Prepare t or the oldeal
ahead
In a n s conference on ad
dust\ i tunwa\ "t the hitel",
pri\na aisirpVit so tlh oI thi,
Sishint rI sort ron t e tip of lhie
Ba i C.i ahfornia pec 1insula.
I eal.s lashed out at the
Symionese Liberation Arm
Killing Ithem terrorists and
:oui n ter-revolutionaries who


I lie attractive. 42-year-old
di oricees brother. \nthony
tI leld. is at the hCartl ol the
l1i'd ros\s
1 liimilton said it wsas
p. ilarl.s iii inor !unaL t c that
th- iontrove rss had risen ist
sw in lthe new ls 'electdeI lboLur
( i IrII n eii had In ade
ilipiL'ssv'ce achlie ie r e[ts in a
rei.ioi]sl short tini ea
is iat tack atcei the day
alter Wilson delCended Field's
tr.int,,ition in the IIouse oft
(. )I i i)i ",
""I hi s a divers,,onary
e\cr>se in which \ Mr Wilson
hias i't hiimsell involved, and I
think lihe handled it fairly
hadl ." I II ,'' iii ..,; said
"Mi \\ ilo mui'st 'cli know
Il i t i s ist .i ItI s dcuilarlt
s te 'ili e at ,i ti L.abhour
pi1 t \VCe do0 tt like land
,, e c ulators or property
de\ elopers and I think
Marcia WVillialts imist oV
1tantilfton added. "I am not
the ont L abouir member who
feels tha i A lot io Labour



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Blaize represents the Cariacou
constituency, a small island dependency
located off the north coast of Grenada.
On Monday armed police clashed with
Gairy opponents at the burial of Roy
Donald, 52, a prominent member of
the Grenada National Party and the
manager of a plantation owned by
Governor General Leo Degale.
Donald reportedly was shot and killed
late Saturday, when he stopped his car at
\a road block near a village some 20 miles


.a a


School head

gunned down

BELFAST Terrorist
gunmen shot dead the
headmaster of a school near
the Irish border today.
riddling him with bullets in
the kitchen of his home.
Police identified the victim
as George Saunderson. a
former colonel in the Ulster
Defence Regiment ---
Northern Ireland's national
guard. He leaves a widow and
an adult family.
Saunderson was a British
Army officer in World War II.
He left the UDR a year ago
and returned to teaching at
Teenore, County Fermanagh,
friends said.
He was the 992nd known
victim of Northern Ireland's
current troubles. No children
were at the school, which was
closed for the FEaster
vacation.
In Belfast, terrorists and
British troops fought a string
of gun battles after a day of
bloodshed and destruction in
a province-wide bomb blit.
(AP)


"cannot be trusted."
Hearst, who arrived with his
wife Catherine and their
daughters on Sunday, said their
trip into Mexico was not
connected with efforts to
ransomn his 20-year-old
daughter kidnapped by the
SI A on Feb. 4.
The last SLA communique
received April 3. said Miss
H learst had joined her
kidnappers as a revolutionary
fighter But Hearst said he does
not believe she has been won
over hb the SLA.
Mrs Hearst said the family


members of Parliament feel the
same
1 The land controversy
erupted last week when the
pro-Conservative Daily Mail
newspaper said that Field, a
friend ot Wilson, had sold a
piece of land for a large profit
in the industrial north of
1-ngland. The newspaper said a
letter bearing the forged
signature of Wilson, promoting
the deal and written on
Wilson's personal House of
Commons paper had been
involved., AP)


had decided to get asway iromn
the pressures of the kidnap
case at their IHillsho ough
home
"That's wl we ,iscame here
to meditate and prepare for the
ordeal ahead." she said.
Hearst said lie still hopes to
get his daughter bad. ali\e butl
has little faith in negotiations
so far with the SLA.
In Washington, meanwhile.
Atty. Gen. William Sa\he said
Tuesday he believes the 1 BI
now has more freedom to
pursue the case.
"Now the family is not
thinking she is going to be
returned from day to day and
doesn't think the ransom will be
adequate. This will give the
FBI more freedom to operate."
Saxbe said.

"They are just terrorists."
Hearst said in La Pai referring
to the S.LA "'I lhe ic Ai
counter-revolutionaries and awi
hurting their own cause
because people will not go
along with this sort of thing"
The SLA, he added, "proVed
through negotiations that thie
cannot be trusted." (AP)


from the capital city of St. (;ero er i
Donald's wife, who was witlh h iri i
the time of the incident. ,aid sIe hdied
over some money to a it u1111111:111 hl
appeared at the roadblock I lIe ii
shooting, she claimed, took p lic, il ,
she handed the mlonevy oer ii I i
assailant.
In a separate developinlenit SaliNdi\ i
leader of the militant anti (;,r i \ V'
Jewel Movement was arrested hiiV i'.." -
of abetting a crime.


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hI, 01ribunt
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SIR H F INNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
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Wednesday, April 10, 1974


EDITORIAL


A new word for colony?


B\1 I ll \\1 DL:PUCHl
(IRA\\) CA \YMAN, March I .th. In this column on Monday
I ciiijpl'l .otd series (it live ailicles in which I discussed serious
pihilermls heinrI faced by the Bahamas as a result of the
iVc- nliletl shut isightedness and binational human attitudes.
Iihis niced not have happened.

I also pointed ut that former British colonies in the Caribbean
.Jl, tt aced seiioils problems hult lot tlher reasons.
Somine i( their problems have also been created by unhealthy
Itilthdes built li have problems over which they had no control
arid itoi which there seems to lhe no solution.
Oine t tlie principal problems faced by the sugar producing
sl.i-ds it the present time is that the cost of production of sugar
Ihs been sky\ i Lck'ted h\ tihe increase in the price of fuel, plus the
1a1t that the value of the pound has been depreciated since the
( commonwealth Sugar Agreement was negotiated in 1971.
'lide.li s iragrieitment the C(aribbean islands have contracted to
supply Btait with 736,000 tons over 40 per cent of imports
1nil l th end ot this car at sixty one pounds sterling a ton.
Ilihe i:ihtds now claim that it is costing them seventy five
pl'iiu ds t n ii i to produce.
Itck ai ttv t likes and other labour problems, the islands do
til hise a lT1vc enough surplus to carry them through until the
Cii 0 1 thIe sear.
ll i ,ii iltinv '!Id ; tiaiket. Because of this fact, sugar which
i ad little vahue on the open imaiket has now
itid thie speCctaculat price ol two hundred and ten pounds a
ii in tlie tlicc market.
llie (ianbibeaii colonies have been tempted to renegue onil theie
nslI aiceinent with Britain but they recognize the danger of
siucli an actionl because it night result in Britain turning to the
I mopni Coiiimoni Maiket countries for sugar and this would
usrilt in shutting them out of the British market when the
plCstiitl shtilag'e is overcome.
I uI:Ce is, a\ioLus to see Britain placed in this position. One olf
thlie ,hiidnciulties oft ihtain getting into the Common Market was
the it.blclioin iatised by tile late President de Gaulle over the fact
that IBritain was trying desperately to protect the British market
in cCI t1ai cotinuodities for members of her former family .
hlie Caribbean colonies are therefore seeking a new
.iic'i iic t \silh liitaivi at a better price. But the British
se il n llcnt is placed in ain awkward position by thIe !i. thliat
i )ire olhr ('Conmmonwealth signatories to the agreement, not
t.ci, their same coIst pressures as inll te West Indies, are able to
ci, iti .ne. shlipmients to iBritain at tile agreed price.
\n\ incIease in tile police for West Indies suppliers would have
t, he Leietiled to oiliher areas as well. And, according to the
lniidi iiiIioaniial Times of February 15th. "a radical change in
lhe ( ini iii wealth prici would completely upset these
.'laii'iiii.'iciris duliniu the transitional period."
(;\ aia anid iJamaica have already stopped shipments to Britain
idelI the conliact. Jainaica is in a particularly had position.
"PI'Liduction piobleiris, partly climatic and partly labour
pr, hti'.n, epol is The I'Finuanial 'Times, "have ineant that they
Ii\1e litl built up stocks of surplus sugar ... Jamaica has been
.ite oi..dl lo nfpolg mitirre tOOO tons of sugar from Cuba
th tIosi alleviate a desperate domestic shortage before the
l i i,'l .ol e in .

,liii Crotckei ol I' l.ndonin Ohbscrrr ''Vews Servicv, who has
.ca sci es oit articles on Jamaica, points to tie fact that this
lull independent nation is desperately sick, both socially and
n'ii> an Illl I
".lruicais ,are leaving the country in great ntinmbers," he
N.J' t "Mie thlin i10,.000 of tire imosll black populationti ol f'two
,lhn oti out in 1973, which is the equivalent of 1000.000
\nel icas ll citing the U.S. or 275,000 leaving Britain."
license comparative figures are significant at this time because
I res .'lcs ii a recent article in this coilumni that it is estimated
;lit _l oii i lit Iii tio1s will leave tle li.n' led Kinrgdorti this \ear.
I its wias tliec esina ted fiitre bet ore th lie Laboni Party gaied
siil nI st tlie coitiitr in the February general election. Since
heltI' ili numnibei will probably be greatly escalated.
\Anid si it would seemi that Bi itain is at desperately sick island
imisi ..ralro ligels because of labour utionismir.

Xll liai has gone ii riotg in Janiaica''., ('ilock asks.
"Mii'hi olt it is a collroltin probioble," lie writes. "Rocketing
prices depiessinlig tilIe tourist industry on whlicli thlie Jamaica
econnitll depends heavily: the energy crisis (though Jamaica
needs.i nothing fiorm the Arabs. getting all it can afford front
Veine'rcla. tlie UL.S. and other neighlbouring territories): and the
fliiiiniudable problem of paying oi impoil s when it has become
uiieaoi'niical to export its main products of sugai and bananas
to Bi ilain at cu lentl prices."
C(icker ipoi is t hat "the emigrants aie iuninning away not only,
sa\s an island newspaper, 'fioti senseless violence, but also frorn
thlie ia/nrata/ of conttinual tlietoric emanating from tIhe
gnoveiiiineit, mostly inconsistent with visible economic and
practical affairs'."


"Man\ Janmaicans." adds Crocker. "have been disturbed by
Manlcy's flirtation with left-wing elements, lavishly praising
Clu'le's late Piesident Salvador Allende and strongly denouncing
those wiho overthrew himi; flying off last September to try to play
the role ofi a rhtird World leader at (lthe Algiers Conference of
nonaligned states, and travelling part of the way in a Russian-built
aircraft as a guest of Cuba's Fidel Castro."
According to Crocker one outraged Jamaican columnist wrote,
"why does the government seize every opportunity of appearing
to side with totalitarian regimes of the extreme left? The vast
majority of the people who have been leaving the island are not
'wicked capitalists' but ordinary humble folk who cannot stand
the crime, the awful public behaviour or the lack of opportunity.
The government should note that the thousands of Jamaicans who
emiigrate every year do no seek to go to Cuba and China, but the


EDITOR, The Tribune,
I refer to the report in the Tribune of
Saturday 6th April under the heading "Hlotel
rates likely to rise to meet 'appalling' electricity
price hikes."
At the end of the article it is stated that I
confirmed that without the 2 cents per unit
surcharge BEC would lose $1.95 million in fuel
costs this year. The article also goes on to say
that I estimated annual return to the
Corporation from the sur-charge at $5 million.
The impression may therefore by conveyed that
the Corporation is recovering more than the
extra cost of fuel. This is not the case and I
would like therefore to clarify the matter.
Under the previous regulation there was
provision for the Corporation, with the
Minister's approval, to adjust the amount of the
surcharge, up or down, in line with increases or
decreases in the price of fuel. That regulation,
however, contained a clause which restricted
the amount by whi;h the surcharge could be
increased to 0.25c in any period of 30 days.
Thus the surcharge which is now Ic could
only be increased to 1.25c in May. 1.50c in
June, 1.75c in July and so on. Because of the


NEW YORK With John N.
Mitchell ready to take the
stand in his own defense, the
conspiracy trial of the former
Attorney General and
ex-C('omm e r c e Secretary
Maurice H. Stans stalled today
on a legal argument.
Federal judge Lee P.
Gagliardi denied defense
attorneys the right to read the
entire grand jury testimony of
Mitchell to the trial jury..
Mitchell is accused of lying
before the grand jury.
Gagliardi said he would
permit parts of the grand jury
transcript to be read, but he
recessed the trial briefly while
he decided which parts.
The judge announced that
the trial would be in recess on
Thursday because of the death
in the family of a juror. It was

SECRECY
PLEDGE
NEW YORK Robert
Finch took the stand in the
Mitchell-Stans conspiracy trial
Tuesday and testified about a
1972 campaign decision not to
reveal the names of pre-April 7
donors who had asked for
anonyniuty.
Finch, who was President
Nixon's first Secretary of
Health. Education and Welfare,
came to the stand after
testimony by De Van L.
Shumnway, who was press
director of the Committee to
re-elect the President.
They answered questions
about a meeting in March
1972, when Nixon's top
campaign aides decided niot to
reveal the names ot
contributors prior to April 7.


U.S., Canada and England."


not clear whether a session
would be held on Good FlIida\
Mitchell and Slans are
charged with conspiracy.
obstruction of justice and
perjury. The\ are accused ot
impeding a Securities and
F x c h a nge (' o m m i ss ion
investigation of financier
Robert L. Vesco in return for
Vesco's $200,000 contribution
to President Nixon's re-el'ect ion
campaign.
The trial now is in its eighth


Considered dropping

Vesco as a client


NEW YORK A defense
witness: told the Mitchell-Sta.ns
jury Monday that a Washington
law firm considered dropping
financier Robert L Vesco as a
client because New Jerse,
Republican politician IHarry
Sears was involved in Vesco's
legal mnianoeuvres,
Tlie witness. Shcistin
Markham of the Washinglon
firm oft Ihgan & I art s,
testified at the trial ol fu ri er
Atty. Gen. John N. Mitchell
and ex-Conmmerce Secrceta.r
Maurice hI. Stans.
They are charged with
impeding a Securities and
Exchange ('C o Ins m i ssi o n
investigation of Vesco in return
for Vesco's secret 5200,000
cash contribution to President
Nixon's re-election campaign.
Markham testified he did
not know of many of Sears'
contacts with Mitchell ont
Vesco's be half.
Sears, a former majority
leader of the Jiersey State
Senate, who went on Vesco's


After 12 years of. independence, according to Crocke.
"Manley believes Jamaica has a choice of' becoming 'a client ,
major power' or of trying to build tip its economy through being
friends with all nations, and particularly with its neighbours."
* * * **
"' client jI a major power!"
Do Tribune readers realize what this means.'
it means that. at last., Manley realizes what I have maintained
in this column ever since the islands in tlus hemisphere sta ted ito
break away from the protective wing of Mother Bnlitain, that noI
small community can stand alone in the world today. Its only
security lies in being a colony (client) of a major power. Nou\
Manley chooses to call it "a client of a major power

You know ... it is really tragic what has happened to the small
islands in this hemisphere that had been secure under ithe British
wing for over three centuries.
They have gone out on their own in the world with the false
notion that independence would bring their the proverbial pot ot
gold at the rainbow's end ... mnly to find that a rainbow has no
end and so there is no pot of gold!
Jamaica's main problem has always been over population It is
now officially estimated that 22.5 pei cent of the people of
Jamaica are unemployed but unofficial estimates place the figuei
much higher. And there is nothing in sight to iclieve this serious
situation.

Mother Britain certainly doesn't want to shoulder the problenis
of these islands again. She has too manu problems of her o\Vni to
face at the present time without trying to cope with the changed
attitudes of the people in her former Empire.
The U.S. is concerned about the encroachment of Russia and
China in this hemisphere but Uncle Sam would hesitate before
becoming the God-father for black communities in the (Caribbean.
Already he has too many black problems of his own.
What else? Russia'? China'"
Russia and China could easily take them on. The Conmmunists
have their own way of dealing with troublesome people.

FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: Since writing this article Jamaica
has been gripped by a great fear. During the three-month period
from December 8th to March 16th seven prominent local mnen
have been murdered and no arrests had been made tiup to the time
of writing this article. Four of the murders took place between
March Ist and 16th, three of which weic during the three days
14th to 1I6th.
Crime in Jamaica has long been a disturbing element in the life
of' the nation. Now it is striking in unexpected directions and no
one can calculate how far it may go because the police seen
r'af.pable of dealing with it.

Apropos the Abaco separationist movement ... the island of
Nevis is now moving to break away from St. Kitts. Anguilla has
already quit the triumvirate headed by St. Kitts.


A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
No man is absolute lord of his own life. OWEN MEREDITH


very rapid rise in the price ot fuel in Jar1 iar
and February of this year it x.itcd ha\s- een
December. before the full suriharge could be
applied, assuming that there cwe re no further
rise in prices in the micantnliie his dela\
between the time when higher prices had to be
paid for fuel and the time when the full extra
cost could be recovered by means oi the
surcharge, would ha\e resulted in the
Corporation not being able to recover S1. 95
million of its additional cots in the period to
)December, 1974.
The new regulation allows- t!he I i; surcharge
to be applied earlier and therctore the
Corporation can recover a greater proportion o t
its additional costs in this interim period.
Either regulation, however, wo uld have
allowed the surcharge to InTrea.tse bS 2c
eventually l his 2c represcItis thile actual
increase in the cost o generinLne oine unit o!
electricity due to the increir.r in th' e price ot
fuel. Over a period of a \ c: i tlihe "u1niateid extra
cost for fuel is 50 million. and ths is \I what the
2c increase will recover, an.ii n icr
P, B FTfFL
Depiut \ Iencr.il \lanager.
Biatlalidus I Iactirni i\ ('i, u'i) Ia Iiion


week
Mis h.ls li w s 'rs aigu.d
that his iI mplite grand i in'u
lestilmon! s wis'lci n it sihrw

appeared beloicr he uii ru ind iur, .
"' t il n ask I 0 l siuca 'ns,
before a grand(I it il .iusLs an r ar
answered trull\aindn luc ,reC
answered talsely \(ii Lanni
argue lthat thI' 'h i arc
irrelevant to thel witness' stateL
of mind," said iJohli Stpr i i /o
one of Mitchell's la\ crs


payr'-ol or Sh0,00a0 \cai. wias
indicted along with Mitchell.
Stans and Vesco. Vesc, hais
fled the country and is .a
fugitive Sears was granted
immune Ii ront pro,,scction i
and testified as a government
witness.
Sears has said he ai nd
another VCsco aide delivcted
the S200.000 to Stans on lApit
10, 1972. three da\s alter a
new law retIquirced rIeporti
such con tributions
lie said that Stalls sent him
to Mitchell. who arranged .in
immediate interview tor Sears
with Williamr ('as e, then
chairman u of the SI ('.
Under cross-examination b\
Asst. Invited States Atty. Jtthn
Wing. Maikman said that his
law firIn had tirquentl\
discussed withdrawing from
the Vesco case because of
Sears' invoihlemenl.


E.DIITOR, Ihe Irihune,
Unca Polls sa\ it an t'
nobody know 'hout errryting
like gub'imenit iniisIc'r"r talk
'bout huldin nlihuin. hi
iolinni -on dc'-tiob. \ ilk 'bIout
horrowin' ICen i liii l dollar
ia e as he hi w\in \ talk
'bout Ish !in'. i h .' tihll bturi
utip Spanshl \\ i ...i in
know h iw. \ w ii i-onI I' I
kno, ,a hi'tl lis c'srrt'd
fdrnnl ll" -- -
Well. \h .-. here lc d
stan'-by Ptnr Mii ,lctri s,:i rtimieL
for stiudlini lbo, ut ta nii'ni bini
an oiriVe t\ow i i ne ltor
somebody r' deilde i'hen il'
Bahamas go' be able l' grow
'nuff cassida an i a ian' tinp
t tull urp all dei slutll stock iup
'int Jcilnuii iin i pai i ak'e Iloui
an' terlnni 1 iloin sauitlo e nll
hottle ,, i.' ii k ill n iinie
diltercn ri t /T ii nd iour
Bill d(1 aI lIb Prime
Buill r t' ils/ c ,ll ai d s iir
M inister inrt i ki n i N li
manal He o !\ o -Il'i !o; latc. Ii
ainl Isc't nr 1 1 II i"
"XMan \ih m:n 'ir r i liid
hapti lpen i n !< 'ii Dlls w ,is i
11 st xallI \Cdl. \+ '* I l n iln d '' I ),i
d' yeCar when w l pos' t gct
ilns i .111A 1 tl .ilo t iisl j lt
strawh err i e. inslani inl li
inI-tallt m'I lin1 HI ut \c' ainlt
get nol) corpolatlIlon 1)' ,iinrcl
ain't I corpo .l', 1 A .in t .iln
corporate .in i aintc it- p ,'1
ting ain 't ( Ii p ; !i.' I it I In
iturni l out 'ihe in l n
Doan gelt isioiii.it't' ,,i ,_h
I) Y I 1-1, 1iitrie' c i .irr! F llitlls 1 cI
news lto k aiit new \ ir.. ci
'lng looked d' t n ew d .ihiu l .i n .iil
d' nes, 1,i\ I r \ Ti Tc' \ek
( 'ouplc o) little pi blo l i 'l I'
he rolln outil d' ti -b l i P!l iii
Minister sai \ W i-In l el \ iet
baci k troin d' Jd i i cjtani.
enryting go br e link -,i lit
cours,,e das ili.a d' iniirser
dcni ,a a t l in i 'hear N i it l
d' arnmer idelln ai \ 'hout all lis
nesw lIook a t' t1i1e. lil d'
nashinal interest -ih di li t'e 1'
take a1 pole i' irirtil" o'rl(pinion r up
here. jes t' see lhow it libe wid
d' hot air in \N;S. ir,\. i\h gra
muitih exercise hook an' inul
nub o' pencil, anll \h I one
First soul \h buck, O(ld I.
oin' t lie fieldl cli kin' iot
pond top ile \li td h I li ti' nl
culiass while li stepplllt otl
(Old I one o' dthei li'assv lairioi01
an' hel know plentily boil
instant vegetable a 'll w liat
happen I' '"Cin when dlie' ri is
\h i .rab d' chuiinci' I' pit d'
questionss wlile i Old 'I in i1
inood.
Ah ,sa\: "How comie \Nl1.iA


heavu i litr aln t criow 'nuttl
\egeelitb I' keep d lii hotel .in'
boardil liiu 'se srippl. t "
I(ld I saI "')iAs 'cordl t't
w ldl I\ ldoes wAn. h t ought
deni lotel does ronly wtisnt stew
belt in' lIl.tI k libel aC is'We l\h
,II 'l I h.' r ho l i' tL b t\ i ino
sl'nJti ,i n i h lii_' whi'i n ic
en t n in t I "nl kinn


in i ni ld pei pl' isn c Ils ireil'
linash i lh \. '" [l\ i ,i' tell
is ish \ JI iin I 'i iont atll d"
hlik o il ln Lc .i ilio l inl ci li\ce d '
hio e! neell 1 1 ,il' iirJd d'
paiperi. II I i o nsi 1 alik 'l icI




laiirhn "'a.lI dci dcdeks do u Iid





\ in I steitd .,ill dein toiielh.
dr\-ti p tran ce I' ,'Siss. ti l ihen
" knio de pe ple h ltsil"
Li dcv fin lger Iryil t' s(iee/e
nil little dro t' iisnt t c ' go
lont wid de\ oriin coi le ''
Dlinl ineOld 1 stop deadly tke
he hbuIck iat i glass, u door. soik
ie c tlila ilss d' groin all spin

"Xlih us ni I s tell i h



o Ils -- l I


'iack ls ici : it' ni e''"i'
l\h tr\n ti Inrk i here ll d'
rain gc t to It s 1il 'e 1111' 1 l tit '
likc when w' '. is uille hlio\ \li
know
"SeI da pi'nd lt'ir dere i
O ld I say "' ,ou ld niiti ib ,'r
\i en ('cit isi' n \\X illi t in tI sia
sail si\h'e 'ii,'l b I i 1 de'\

hi ii

consent, 'cause Ah usta sneak
t!e0', same boat lor a sail when
Cousin Willie in he field
weedin' he potato patch.
"Look at it now! Bullfrog
could walk cross wid he
trousers roll uip"
")as right." Ah agree.
"Well. das d' answer t' all y'
question right dere." Old T.
sas. '"hen y' s,tan'-by Prime
Minister demn get d' rains back
aiig. das when dese islun
liimners go he able t' grow nuff
o' crryting to full up all dem
mout' hollern' for grub. Tell
himn Ahl sa\ if the want help let
him make law t' stop dese eight
month drought an' he go' need
to build new,, dock in Nassau t'
l sil' d' stutf "
\li hurrr t' write dis down
llore Nlh torrert what he want
nr I' tell d' stan'-by Prime
XMiiisie:i but Old I ain't finish
\et
X \n' Itll turint while he
ilkin' 'hout stoppun' talking'
'. li s Nuel RIoberts an' Sir
Rolin' Sim'nette got tracter
up here ilnos' a year now,
making road and tearin' up la,'
for dese farmers an' ain't ask
cem for no pay. -Ask him when
he guIhrnent go' sen' dey
tracer utip"
An' Old I yuck up he
ctilass, li k off anudder
pon'top leaf aln' he gone.

COUSIN ZEPH

CAPTAIN CURRY DIES
\PI \IN I ('romwell
(urr\ 74,. native of Green
I irtlce ('C\ \haco and a Miami
rc'sltent Itr a number of ears,
died in Mliani on Sunday.
Funeral services are to be
conducted in (reen Turtle Ca..'
tomorrow b Winston Sminms,
.1 P.
C(apt. 'rry is survived by
his wire. Jerlene. five children,
Is grandchildren anid six
gret-gianti children.


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...by Daphne Wallace Whitfield


The Tribune - Wednesday. April 10, 19
.4._


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11 U ( (OMP Ilt N I o, the I aster season to Town readers.
li i 1 1 \x l i s 'w \c l wisi ceaclh other seasonal greetings on
'1. *1,' i ,) I Is seasons.
i i!" r t It, \\me , 1t t n i overned bv seasons.


s; i !pr e; ,iul i cultural litec
. K ly' ics dorded
':. "i M' n lI r1eI | lllll in n llld
I i-il\ s I'umIess m.in ori
i : tilciulpalt
:!, l i, i\ ni;i' ( l, t hing
S ; . thA.t did
i I sier stock

] lenrdor
1. 1 t 1 its
i i. ii, tt,' seasons
S : ( i l lent, the
l i J Resurrection of


Christ, Pentecost etc.
I he outward observance
these seasonal dates gives
)order in our lives and
it ten use such landmarks
thc year to pinpoint somethi
that happened to us. %
bought that dress or some
got married, born or di
before or after Christmas f
example.
It is upsetting to us to m
the seasonal landmarks that
tamnliar to us. Rob
Browning, the poet, an Engl
expatriate in Italy, miss


Spring "0, to be in England,
iss now that April's there". he
are pined.
ert Our ministers in Nassau will
ish tell us from their pulpits what
sed Easter means.
The foodstores will have the
extra supply of traditional
Easter foodstuffs.
The clothing stores will sell
us our Easter outfits.
There will be extra work for
the housewife and loads of
planned secular activities to fill
the holiday free time up to the
brim.
Robert Browning might well
pine for an English Spring if he


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were in the Bahamas this April. see.
Yet the story of Easter for C
the non-Church goers as well as Miss
the church attenders, in the of
Bahamas, in Italy as well as Tert
England, is the story of Spring Mr.
of re-birth. Hea
And in the rush, between who
the chores and myriad activities For
of this coming weekend, it part
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resurrection, of agon\ and "sta
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that will be brought in and the
form of the film meetings will
depend on the response of the
people who join the club
what they want.
Kick-off night for interested
people will be the evening of
April 26th at Q.C. music room.
At this meeting "Cabaret"
(starring Liza Minnelli), the
film version of the hit
Broadway musical, will be
shown.
Attendance at this first film
showing of the club does not
entail a commitment to
joining the club but will


provide interested Iembers ot
the public with an opportunity
to find out what it's all about
and to voice their opinions
ideas and tastes.
The tentative format for the
club is: seasonal subscription
and a list of films will be
announced in advance.
Meanwhile. this nucleus
group have been in touch with
the American Embassy and the
British High Commission in
order to make contacts with
various distributors in order to
extend the range of films
available here.


Ilhe club, lhu ,,
be in a posiion i,, ..
('Christ, Su per i
Yet.
Marcella expln,., ,
film that is bheLi.
circuit will he 1, d
resources." lor) e ,s
that are three Jr
should be able to
Ideas that 1 s
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From Page 4
- include the following.
An introduction before
the film by someone who
knows the film.
A discussion social session
following the film.
Talks by people familiar
with film making (such as
Arthur Hailey).
So, if you are interested in
"developing a greater
sensitivity" or being "exposed
to a wider experience" of the
art and entertainment medium
of films either contact the
Membership Secretary or
attend the meeting on April


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Salty news from Inagua is
that William Mortimer, Jr.,
Morton Bahamas Limited
Laboratory assistant, was
sponsored by his company to
attend the Chem-Tech training
programme at the Amoco
research laboratory at
Naperville, Illinois.
Mr. Mortimer, registered
through Triton College,
entered the programme having
been chosen to represent
Morton-Norwich and Morton
Bahamas by Charles Bremmer,
Morton Bahamas vice
president, R. J. Grunewald,
Morton-Norwich vice president


She's had 27 children


-Where did love go?
DEAR ABBY: I am 44 years old and pregnant, but that's
not my problem. I have had 27 children. I was married the
first time when I was 14. I had three by my first husband
and 24 by this one, and it seems that the more children I
have, the less interest my husband has in me.
I wrote to you a year ago and you told me to get my
husband to go to the priest with me. I knew he'd never go,
and I was right. He hasn't set foot inside a Catholic church
except for our children' christenings and weddings.
The priest told me to pray to God that my husband would
see the light and fall in love with me again, but I know that
is never going to happen.
He's a good man in many ways. He has never raised his
hand against me. He has worked steady and doesn't owe
anybody a dime, but he is not nearly as loving as he used
to be. And I miss that.
Can you help me? Could it be because he was born and
raised in Mexico, and I was born and raised in Texas?
TEXARKANA
DEAR TEXARKANA: Maybe. Most Mexican-born men
have the old world Spanish attitude about women-they
should be seen and not heard, should always have a baby
in their arms and another on the way, stay home, and
never complain.
DEAR ABBY: I am being held prisoner against my will
in the Oklahoma State Penitentiary in McAlester, Okla.
Please send hacksaw blades, files, jeweler's string, and
instructions on how to saw through 4 inch steel bars,
making the least possible noise. I'm serious.
NUMBER 87226
DEAR NUMBER 87226: Sorry. but if I help you get OUT,
I'll end up IN!


DEAR ABBY: A widow wrote you about not receiving
any wedding anniversary cards after her husband had died.
I lost my husband before our 24th anniversary and would
like to tell you what happened on my silver anniversary. I
received red roses, from nyi tit:e t hikiren fall college age]
plus they had rse.'rv\tnions for the four of us at one of our
better restaurants Thins was a total surprise to me.
From our best man and maid-fl honor. I received lovely
notes saying their thoughts w-r- with me on that day.
Sure, it revised miemo:'- :.ut what pleasant and lovely
ones!
I do not believe anniversary cards should be sent after
one's mate dies, but please don't say the anniversaries
cease. You may not count them aloud, but you can't turn
off the memory of the happiest day of your life.
"ALONE BUT NOT LONELY"



CARD OF THANKS

Mrs. Martha Russell the wife of the late Carl
R. Russell would like to express her deepest
appreciation to all of the many friends and
relatives for their flowers and condolences in
her recent bereavement.
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administration and R. L.
Frank. Morton-Norwich
research vice president.
The six-month course is
designed to acquaint trainees
with the latest industrial
chemical techniques and
laboratory procedures.
Back to the Entertainment
front not in Town but at
Bryant College, Smithfield,
Rhode Island. Last weekend
Watu Wazuri, a student
organization at the college
staged a three-day programme
entitled "Soul Unlimited."
Cyprian Kemp, son of Mr.
and the late Mrs. Audley Kemp 4
of Nassau and a graduate of
Government High School,
co-brdinated part of the *
programme which comprised a
group of dancers who staged P
"The Jamaica Junkanoo" a 00
tribal dance.
Patricia Thompson, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. S. Dewitt
Thompson, together with a
fellow Bryant student and
member of Watu Wazuri, were
responsible for most of the
preparations.
Fairyland came to the
streets of Nassau a week last
Saturday.
A motorcade of Walt Disney
characters left the F.N.M.'s
headquarters at the Dewgard
Shopping Plaza at 1:30 p.m.
and proceeded along Mackey
and Bay Streets and south
along East Street to the fair
ground at Windsor Park.
Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck
and their colleagues were not
the originals from Disney
World but were excellent
copies by a skillful Miami
costume maker.
"A Day in Fairyland,"
which began at mid-day and
ended at mid-night. was
pronounced a great success
with boozla and hoopla tables
very popular and heavily
clustered throughout the long
day.
VINCENT L. COLEBY, son
off Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L.
Coleby, of Nassau, has received
his Master of Business
Administration degree from
the University of Miami.
A graduate of Government
High School, Coleby, 25,
received his Bachelor of
Science in Business
Administration degree (summa
cum laude) from Florida
Memorial College and plans a
career as a business executive. .


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yellow roses and tulips and was reminiscent of the Victorian era. Photo: Toogoods
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two-day Eastern Equestrian
Society's Horse Show at
Camperdown Ranch.
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"TIlIS was by far the best show we have pui
on and it seeins to he upidiled 'e\er uai. "
So said Mrs. ('Chris K ii alter the t ii
Annual Eastern I'qiislrianr Soit'i llr,,' Sli,,
held at Camperduwn Raint ii .- ltheiI .,kro .,.I
A clinic was held fo'r a w\c k proi i., Ili
two-day show to get the hyoun' ritdi in \lhapt
for the competition. (orti ni iii l .j \.i
entered and N0 rides tlok par(
US show indt .lu' I( i. l,.1i,M taiin
('learw water, IFloriu a sai t, 1. .s s i',,i"
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Pony Hunter Champion
Poco Gato Reserve tie Widgeon


Mans i ll tie refusals, w ci not the fault of
Ill.' IderIs. but t ihe I ull tl lunschooleCd horses.
h1 !,)l ,I conim ittcee member
I hi.' asI a l gm s ood llurinouit lor both days
aniiid it w ld 1 see m that lthe annual show is
hlkeh to ,o inin c over two days in future. "It
* .J-, a\\.\ a I t ol a rush tr\ ing to tilt
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FREEPORT/LUCAYA Promotion Board's membership chairman, Lou Seiler (left)
presents Reverend Foster Pestaina, rector of Christ the King Church, with the church's
1974 Freeport/Lucaya Promotion Board membership certificate. "Christ The King
Church is the first church in the community to join the Board, but it is hoped all the
churches in Freeport/Lucaya will follow Father Pestaina's good example," said Mr. Seiler.
"It takes everyone pulling together to improve our product -- TOURISM. Please call the
Board offices at 352-7848 or stop by the office, located in the International Bazaar, over
the Midnight Sun. They will be glad to see you and explain in detail the Board's
function." (Photo: Harvy Bilt).


HANDICRAFT SALE
\ ISI \\n) hliandieraft sale
s ith tilhe proceeds" going to the
tKo, k Sotind Itighli S.clIool
BIulding I ilund, will be hc l i t
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pi Ilihuirsdal in Rock Soundi
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6. Tasty 28. Shredded
11. Regional 29. Ethereal
12. Cited 30, Launching site
14 Lutie 31, Wise bird
15 Hur's son 34. Might
16. True 35 Peace
17. Wildebeests 36 Threesome


18, Inlet
19. Yellow ocher
20. New-born lamb
21. Youngster
22. Fold a flag
23, Frozen
25. Raiment


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38. Fashion
39. Animal hjniit' DOWN
40. Sea nymph
42 Fanon 1. Girl's nick
43. Shabby 2. Sports pal
44. Shapes 3. Monetary


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VWe IL-KNOWN Bahamian
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Sti to Nassau itifroi Nesw Yurk this
Week to take pait inr a fashion
shosw o)1l SaturL.i \pril 13
Princess. \shio will bring
three Seventh Av.enue models
A itth hier. is stiging the showi
Store the Children's I Fruer.cnc
I lostel
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lead role in an oft-Broadwsay
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Princess is taking part of her
,. t, 'o- week holiday to perform
'the show.
"--he Congressman." which
began in New York on March
1 will he playing there
throughout April. after which
it will Imove1 to G(eorgia.
[he fashion show will be
held in the lmierald Room of
the Hyatt I-iunerald Beach Hotel
and will begin at 8 30 p.in.
Princess and the Anmerican
models will feature clothes by
New York fashion designer.
S John Weston. of Seventh
Avenue,
Fhree local models. Wendy
Sands, Tanya Kemp. and
Ruthie Lightbourne will also
take part in the show.
Guest vocalist. the Tribune's
-* own Phillip Symonette, will be
S- appearing.
Singer actor Al vin
Lightbourne will also make an
appearance. tMr Lightbourne, a
Bahamian, has taken part in
off-Broadway plays.


NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that ROBERT JACK BUCKLAND
of P. 0. Box F-856 Freeport Grand Bahama is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 11th day of
April 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ANNIE PRATT of Eiqht Mile
Rock, Grand Bahama is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 3rd day of April 1974 to
The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MICHEL HATZIHRISTOFIS
of P. 0. Box N681 Nassau Bahamas is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 3rd day of
April 1974 tc The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau.


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name 6 Bait
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9. Neuter pronoun
13 10. Want
13. Pretty girls
18, Disencumber
19. Below par
21+ Solution
22. On behalf of
24. Lament
25. Staff
26. Rain tree
S27. Stopped
28. Assessrnint
30. Rice field
32. Brandish
23. Traditions
35. Remunerated
36. Elephant's ear
38. Some
39. Golfer
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RESTAURANT CLOSED
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(West Bay Street)
.f Sponsored by The Lutheran Church of Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ALICE EMMA BUCKLAND
of P. 0. Box F-856 Freeport Grand Bahama is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 11th day of
April 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that HERBERT ALASDAIR PITT
GRAHAM of Highbury Park, Nassau is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
thp facts within twenty-eight days from the 10th day of
April 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau.


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ESTATE AGENCY
Done 21178 or 80932 21178
P. 0. Box N 4648
Nassau, Bahamas.


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Estates, Robinson Road
C14179
AUS1 IN '64 Si/W Good running
condition, new tyrpes licensed,
insured 3 needs body work. Best
Offer 42387 mornings.


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(16) onr the Plan of the
Subtdiviscon called and
ktouwr as '"Sunshine Park
Estate" laid out by Charles
Vvilliam Sands situated on
the Western Side of Baillou
Iill Road approximately
1500 Feet South of the
Junction of Carmichael
Road and the said Baillou
Hill Road in the Western
District of the Island of New
Providence and which said
piece parcel or lot of land is
bounded on the South by
Lot Number Seventeen (17)
on the said Plan and running
thereon Ninety (90.0) Feet
on the West by Lot Number
Twenty-seven (27) on the
said Plan and running
thereon Fifty (50.00) Feet
on the North by Lot
Number fifteen (15) on the
said Plan and running
thereon Seventy-seven and


PUBLIC AUCTION


II


C ti140
1 iA.RY LD MAIONE will sell
af ii:- p ierTises on Albuiv
L )-,- s'.,ate five (5) dutor
,Ti '; Sh ievy Stieet, South on
the ,iqht hand side on the 19th
day ut April at 12 o'clock
n il. the following property:-
At L THAT piece parcel or
i ,t land being portion of
j1 ia'q Iiadt situate in the
t' -.. irsn District of the
1,,. ,. of New Providence
.': hounded EASTWARD-
1 v by the Old Farrington
'R', i, the vicinity of the
P,--al Air Force Cemetery
i J unin-g thereon Sixty
(t,) fet SOUTHWARDLY
jId the property of
Rosana Thompsonr
.'r ninig thereon One
i-,.-:;ind and twenty (120)
WESTWARDLY by
Ithe property of Hazel
i -ian' Thompson and
a. n thereon Sixty (60)
'.ir and NORTHWARDLY
., a.ant land and running
One Hundied and
I.;.. tv (120) feet".
.: ,r .'!;e dated 29th January
SBer nese Paul Albutv to
S. C Corpot atio' of'
B :I ,", L i ited
.'. d in Volume 706 Pages
S 23
ThI -.ae i slibjet to a irseiv've
i) and to the eight for the
i,',.i :a.'.!i't (.1 an y pe t so tm on
I. ,h if t hbid up to th it

T -.: 10% of the purchase
p t. I the time of sale and
ji'. i, on completion
[ ff this 13th day of Manch
1 1974.
HARRY DL MAl I "it
Public Auctioneer


!ii' 'hAY D. MALONE will sell
t his pi ernises on Albiiry
L. ,'. situated five (5) doors
i t-, Shrncy lo Street. South orn
: iht hand side on the 19th
ta of. j April 1974, at 12
( I L< noo: the .,. ..,.
"Li THAT piece parcel or
i f ; i h being I oIt o ber
T t., luindied and
gilqhtv-f.Iour (284) on the
irt of lots in the
Shbdivisioir called and
d iriwn as "Ridgeland
ValIley" situate in the
Solbthern District of the
Land of New Providence
which said plan has been
approved by the Public
Board of Works and is filed
in the Registered Office of
Englerston Limited which
srid piece parcel or lot of
land hereby conveyed is
bounded NORTHWARDLY
by a Road Reservation
Forty (40) feet wide and
Inning hereon Sixty (60)
feet EASTWARDLY by the
lot i iuiber Two Hundred
and Sev-'ity-eight (278) of
thie ad plavr and running
therieor Seventy (70) feet
SOUTHWARDLY by the lot
number Two Hundred and
Eightys 'iv (285) of the said
plan an'd running thereon
Sixt (0) feet arind
WES1WARDLY by the lot
numriber Two Hundred and
Eighty-seven (287) of the
aid lan arid running
theeotmr' Seventy (70) feet."
Mi.tgrge dated 8th July, 1966
Dwight Gri dincer and Henry
M.a- D'-.,ald Gardiner to
b 1-1, n(I rpol nation of
Pi.dihjnias La.1Mr i ated a o
Rf-,ordc.d in Voli-ir e 1011 at
Pae s 468 4,74
It'-. al:- I sublet to a reserve
ice arI.d t-, the right for the
Ai' t 0'iwf- i_! ar!y person on
hr; bIihi p t- bhid ip to that
Y> l. rL
1:.,itii t0ra of the purchase
pr 'It th u time of sale and
F nlan' rb'r .. ompletion.
ia.itic this 13th day of March
;, .. 1974
lI'RRY D. MALONE,
S IPublic Auctioneer.
1 M.ir 21. 9 Apri. Oth
Mii IS, sApr 3rd 18th.

o'AmRRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer
C140/.'
HIARRY I. MALONE will sell
rt his pienises on Albury
Lane .-ttuated five (5) doors
'tm'r Shirley Street South on
tih riqht hand side on the 19th
day of April 1974 at 12
o'clock' noon the following
ririDner tis
"ALL THAT piece parcel
01 iot or land being
Lit Number Sixteen


S NOTICE 1
C14153
DUE TO THE DEATH OF
HER HUSBAND THE LATE
CARL R. RUSSELL, MRS.
MARTHA RUSSELL HAS
BEEN UNABLE TO KEEP
H E R BUNS I N E SS
COMMITMENTS BUT
WISHES TO ADVISE HER
CLIENTS SHE WILL
CONTACT THEM AS SOON
AS POSSIBLE.

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


ANNOUNCEMENTS
C14063
JUST ARRIVED
NEW SHIPMENT
Polyester double knit 60-62
inches wide; also Jersey
material variety of colours,
custom made dresses for ladies
and children.
YOUR ONE STOP SHOP
FOR ALL SCHOOL
CHILDREN UNIFORMS
Also Polyester double knit
material for men all colours
MODERNISTIC DRY GOODS
Opposite Wulff Road Theatre
Telephone 3-4580

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

HELP WANTED

C14147
AUTO MECHANICS ABC
M 0 T O R S LTD.
Must be experienced in all
phases of automobile work,
particularly engine overhaul.
Must have own hand tools.
Reliable and willing to work.
Good pay to right man. Paid
holidays and many other fringe
benefits. Apply in person to
Mr. Williams, Monday-Friday,
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.


HELP WANTED


C14121
WANTED:
Seamstresses
and benefits.
2-3365.


C14122
ENGINEER


3 experienced
: .. i ..-,I w ager -
Call for intervit'v,


required


wit!n


Five Tenths (77.5) Feet on
the East partly by a Road
and running thereon
Twenty-five (25.0) Feet and
partly by the said Road on
the said Plan and running
thereon Twelve and Five
tenths (12.5) Feet and
Northeastwardly in an arc
along the said Road on the
said Plan and running
thereon Nineteen and Six
Tenths (19.6) Feet."
Mortgage dated 12th
December, 1968 Elkin
McDonald Lloyd and Mary F.
Lloyd to Finance Corporation
ot Bahamas Limited.
Recorded in Volume 1368 at
Pages 146 to 153.
The sale is subject to a reserve

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

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


MARINE SUPPLIES

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

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.

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

C14186
MUST SELL 17 ft. TRI HULL,
90 h.p. EVINRUDE. Needs
minor repair work. Owner
leaving, $900.00 or nearest
offers Phone 3-2641 or 55060
after 4 p.m.

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


BY

PHONE

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TSAi IME


ANTENNAS

r Island TV 2-2618

AUTOMOTIVE

Lucas Batteries
Bay Street Garage 2-24341

BOOKSTORE

The Christian Book Shop
5-8744


HFLP WANTED TRADE SERVICES


C 14066
THE DELTEC BANKING
CORPORATION LIMITED
equ ires four Chartered
Accountants or Certified
Public Accountants. Applicants
should have approximately five
years professional experience
with a public accounting firm
or a international financial
institution. Must be willing to
travel primarily to Latin
America and Europe. Please
reply to ,- .-.- i Department.
The Deltec Banking
Coipotation Limited, P. 0.
Box N -229, Nassau.

C14151 .f
HOTEL ASSISTANT
MANAGE R for Out islands.
Minimum n 5- 10 years
expect once, preferable
non-diinke Give fill resume
slrit-g salary r euested to Adv
C141sb, c o The Tiibune, P.
0. Bo- N 3207 Nass-

CI 1 80
WANTE D: Live inr maid
Re fe e I eq u i r ed .
Sltp-hoeo 4 1533 after 5 p.m.

L[ WANTED
- 1410?


C14027
Pinder't Cstomrs


Brokerage Ltd.

Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU BAHAMAS
P. 0. Box N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
FOUIPMENT
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796
2-3797, 2-2798
Airport 7-7434
FREE ESTIMATES
C 14001
T. V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes
apartments and hotels
Call 5-9404


I TRADE SERVICES


REAL ESTATE PUBLIC AUCTION


Bachelor of Science in
electrical or nerhain al
engineering or equivalent w.th
at least 5 years i' 1 1!
experience. -' a ., call 3-62 1
C14161
WANTED: Body and IFender
man. Contact: Gibson Body
Works, Carmichael Road.
C14155
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper -
typist required for real estate
and club development
company. For appointment
call 78421 or 2 or write Boe
6202, Nassau.

C14165
MALE MESSENGER ove! 1
years of age Must own motlr
scooter and have in h
possession a valid di,,', --
licence. Apply in perso-
Nassau Dairy Produi t-
Limited, Thompson Bouivd,
2:30 to 4:30 p.m.


ASSISTANT ManagJq
required for Out Island C ,ota
Colony and Club Resp''!i '
for Food and 1Bevr rn
department and Housekepi-p" .
Applicant must also be able t
understudy for the Managie i:
his absence. Must aiso 1: .'
minimum of 12 r'.nti-
previous experience pief.-.,lv ii
in the Out Islands and hi:v
college standard of edr.L( 0":
Apply in writing to- GIn-
1 ortle Club. Green T ti i
Abaco

C 14183
TEN waitresses needed '
or women, with if,:0' *t -i'c
health certificates. Co tt :.
,,- at D irty D irk.- Ba ,.
Street between 11:00





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SHOP


t rsi class hotels or restaurants.
BUtSINtESS FORMS ,)p,- 5 .... *,. LKi .3910 I Good References and Police
i Executive Certificate.
Printers 2-4267/5-401 1i PAPER Applicants should apply in
Sn person to: The Personnel
CABINET MAKERS ,Commrcial Paper Department, Bahamas
H s-9HoCommonwealth uSe .-7 Amusements Limited (El
Commonwealth PRINTING Casino) International Bazaar,
Furniture 31120 PRINTING P. O. Box F-787, Freeport,
I : A AWong's Printing b- b Grand Bahama.
CAMERAS
-- ''Executive 1C15060
John Bull 2-4252/3 :.|Printers 2-4267/5-4011 1 Esquire Men's Shop Wanted
Tailor with 5 years experience.
ENTERTAINMENT RADIO & T.V. SALES | Apply to Box F-610 or Phone
S- 352-8816, Freeport (Bahamian
movies Carter s Records 2-471$ Preferred)
Film & Equip. Service 2 2157 RU B S -1 0 7
________ RUBBER STAMPS I.C15057

GARDEN & PET Wons Rubber Stamp 5 GARDEN MANGER: To be
GARDN PET c ,,Co. 5-4506^ charge of Pantry. Must also be
SUPPLIES able to do display & set up for
-o Buffet and hors d'oeuvres
Modernistic Garden SPORTS GOODS parties. 3-5 years experience.
& Pethampion Sport Land 2-1862 Police record, health certificate
Nassau Garden & Pet and letters of references
Montrose Avenue 2-4259 TRAVEL required.
TRIVEL PASTRY CHEF: To be in
Playtours 2-2931/7. charge of the Bake Shop &
HARDWARE R.H. Curry & Co., 2-8681/7 Pastries, schedule staff and be
U responsible for Bake Shop and
John S. George 2-8421/6 TV REPAIRS e3 outside catering. 5-7 years
S Channel Electronics Ltd. experience as a Pastry Chef.
HOUSE PLANS 3.5478 Police record, health certificate
E P S-57 and letters of references
Evangelos G. Zervos 2-4128 required.
LAUNDRYPHOLSTERING EXECUTIVE SECRETARY:
nDRY CLEANING EdeI To do secretarial duties to the
DRY CLEANIN Eddie's Upholstering 5-9713 General Manager. Typing,
New Oriental Laundry 2-4406 F shorthand and confidential
- - - - - - - - reports. Must be able to speak
... .. .---. .... . ....... and write French. Police
record, health certificate and
-mm m m m m mm letters of references required,
FOR THE ACTION YOU WANT INTERESTED PERSONS
APPLY: GRAND BAHAMA
HOTEL, WEST END, GRAND
3 BAHAMA. Personnel Office,
Immllmm m m mm mm mm-l mm l between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
Shop Nassau Merchants I and 3:00 p.m. Monday through
Friday. Mailing address: 158

For Business And Services I Port Road, West Palm Beach,
Florida, 33404. Elon Martin,
Jr. Personnel Director.


general accounting, cost and
financial controls. Ability to
work independently will be
important and salary will be
based on experience and
qualifications. Please send
resume and salary history, in
full confidence, to the above
company, P. 0. Box F-2529.
Freeport.

C 15066
Required by Bahamas Oil
Refining Company, Grade 'B'
Operators. Applicants should
have at least a high school
education. Must have at least
five (5) years experience in
operations ot large scale
petroleum distillation or jetty
equipment, and related
facilities.
Mail resume in confidence to:
Personnel Officer, P. 0. Box
F-2435, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C15065
1 MAITRE D' Individual
must have at least three years
experience in all phases of
restaurant service. Must also be
able to organise, train and
supervise personnel. Good
References, Police Certificate
and Health Certificate
required.
1 SOUS CHEF
Must have three years
experience in first class hotels
or restaurants in preparation of
Gourmet cuisine. Must be able
to relieve chef at any time.
Good References, Police
Certificate and Health
Certificate required.
Applicants should apply in
person to: The Personnel
Department Bahamas
Aremsements Limited (EL
Casino) International Bazaar,
P. 0. Box F-787, Freeport,
Grand Bahama, Bahamas.


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

C14131
With 16 years experience
Cartwright Swimming Pool
Maintenance & Repair Service
offers the above mentioned at a
low price phone 3-1950.
C14057
MASTER TECHNICIANS
LTD., Mackey Street, your
Whirlpool distributor offers
refrigerators, washers, dryers,
compactors, freezers ice
makers, air conditioners ano
garbage disposers. With
full warranty on every home
apoliance we sell service done
by factory trained mechanics.
Telephone 23713, 5-9322.

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


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Eastern Road o West Bay Mackey Street
St'oet Owners please fall Next to Frank's Place



TRADE SERVICES I

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L :L T 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS HELP WANTED
P B N .55C15069
_1_7 -_-__" SHAWNEE Daily Service C15067
-between West Palm Beach and Working Manager for
i4022 West End for Reservations call established small, mechanical
SEWING MA, I N IThe Grand Bahama Hotel (Ex. business, involving operation of
p p 5) water pumps, pipe lines,
i F, r Is electric controls, general
....d 'ti.. '-:J:, v I mechnaical knowledge and
P Box Nr4818 Nasa I HELP WANTED business experience required.
U swe ad Chsi t Good salary and benefits, and
elephoe 2i97' 2 .2- C15059 excellent future. Address
PIANIST: Pianist to play with qualifications to:Mr, Jacks--
OSSIE HALL BAND at the Box F-825, Freeport
SGrand Bahama Hotel. Should
:-S. I have ten years musical C 14058
background in playing and TRAINEES WANTED
ireari'io music. Applicants Bahamas Oil Refining
I should brrig along Police Company (BORCO) requires
PROFESSIONAL I record, health certificate and T ra i n e e L a b o ratory
i letters of references. Technicians (male) in its
S INTERESTED PERSONS Product Control Laboratory.
T O Y APPLY: GRAND BAHAMA Applicants should possess
'I R HOTEL, WEST END. GRAND G C.E. or equivalent
BAHAMA. Personnel Office, qualifications in Mathematics,
Time I between the hours of 9:00 a.m. Physics and Chemistry and
I and 3:00 p.m. Monday through should be interested in learning
Friday. Mailing Address: 158 modern routine analytical
Port Road, West Palm Beach, techniques, i ncludi ng
Fla. 33404,. Elon Martin, Jr. chromatography, spectro-
Personnel Director. photometry and analysis by
3 C506 X-ray.
150 MALE PERFORMER FOR Qualified applicants may
SMrA L E AC Or M Ac F t o contact the BORCO Personnel
S Ci 2198 EXT 5 MAGIC ACT Accustomed to Office, P. 0. box
Work ng in Production Telephone: 352-9811.
2 Lln$Pl fIg '{" l Numbers as well as Featured_______
S linet LeMi l Spots. Must have a minimum C15068
h of ten (10) years experience in CONTROLLER/FINANCIAL
SAV[ MgNu Y < all phases of the entertainment MANAGER
Business. Clubs, Stage and FREEPORT, BAHAMAS
STelevision. Good References Cooper La boratories
rC MEN'S BOYS' EAR and Police Certificate required. I international Ltd.
._ ----- | 1 PASTRY CHEF/COOK -manufacturing and selling
5 -5599 Must have three (3) years subsidiary of a U.S
T- W O 9 Aardobe experience working in first pharmaceutical company has
S MEN'S WEAR class hotels or restaurants, challenging opening for
-|::i^ vvcn Good References and Police Controller/Financial Manager
i Certificate. in Freeport.
ashionette Ltd. 2-2376/7 1 I UTILITY COOK -- Must Responsibilities will include
I.'- have three (3) years experience maintenance of all accounting
MUSIC working in first class hotels or r e c o r d s i nic lu d i nc i
I---- restaurants. Good References manufacturing planning
SCodv' Ppc,'rd-., 3500 anrid Police Certificate. Candidates, preferably witf
II 1 COOK Must have three accounting degree, should have
OPTICIANS (3) years experience working in approximately five to sever
.I fi-+ -n -hcr -1s rioters pror restaurants. if


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The Tribune - -Wednesday, April 10, 1974


"He'll make a good employee. Just by his handshake I
know that he'll be easy to bully and push around."


Rupert and the
Ice Crackers-25


Rupert has already taken an ice cracker from
the box Bill and I pulled one of these
between us. he says. You shouldn't have
done that," mutters Jack. Ice crackers are
powerful things. I'll show you the safest way
to use them." Jack quickly brings two lengths
of twine from his pocket and tells Rupert to


REX MORGAN, M.D.
IT'6 LOVELi '
Yt AND, BY THE
THIS 15 MY WAy, I WANT YOU TO
DeEOROCm, CALL ME JUNE /'
MIS JUDGALE









JUDGE PARKER


(OMMONWLALTH OF THIl BAHAMAS
IN THE SUPREM1f COURT
1'.lity Side


1974
No. 6


IN THl- MATTER OF A i. IlOSI-.
TWO (2) pieces parcel or tracts of laind
containing respectively 1.315 and ()0.5(06
acres situate in the settlement o'I Pinder's
Point, in the Island of Grand Bahanla.
Biahalllas


ANI)


IN TH1ilMATTER Iof th Pe)titin ol
I1)WIN ARMBRISTEiR


AN )


IN TiI MATTER
litlcs Act. 1959)


NOTICE


TO(: Al L AI)DVl:RS (CLAI MANTS


Thli Petition of I.dwin Armlrister of tihe
Settlemen'it ofl Pinder's Point iIn the Island of (1ralnd
liBalhaml a one of() tlhe Islands of the Couiliii .. o111i
f lihe Bahallas in respect of:-
FIRST: ALL THATA piece Iparcyel or lot of land
contailingl 1 .315 acres situa i te Illi l CSettlelment
of Pinder's Point in tilhe Island o( rand l Bhama
a foresaid and bounded as fol:)wsS
Northeastwardly I property claimed by
Rollington Coopr iand runInill thereon 105.13
feet Southeastwardly partl% by property of
Alphonso (Coopr and partlL by property of Asi
Cooper and running thereon 190.85 feet and
then indenteId Southwiestwardl\ by property 1of
Asa Coopcr anil running there 48.,85 lfct and
then Southeaslt wadi '1dd anrid running thereon
384.00 feet to ia Twenty Foot (20') Road
Reservation; and bounded on thle S illl. ,sit by
the said Road Rescr\alionI and running thereoni
198.31 f'eet anLd bounded oil the Northwest by
property of Thollmas 1 ldden and running thel-Creon
508.79 feet.
S(CONDLY: ALL THAT piece-' parcel or lot of
land containing 0.5(0 c'res situatei in the
Settlmenl t of Pindecr's Point and bounded as
follows: Northeastwardlc by a Twenty Foot
(20') Road Rcservation and running thereon
204.95 feet lanid bounded Southeastvairdly by
Rocky Foreshorc aind runninil g thereon 113.00
f CCl land bcmllu d SoulhSvcySt\vardl\ by Rocky
Foreshlorcm adId nni g th111Cercon 2 31.05 fc't and
bIIlundCd North\\esl\\ardls b' Rocky Foreshore
and runningilil thereon 012.00 feet.
EDWIN ARMlBRISII R the Petitioncr in this
mlattcr claims to be tlie owIner ol' the
unincuInbercdi fee simple estCate in possession of
thie said pieces parcels or lots of land and has made
application to The Supreme Cour ( t of the Baihamnas
under Section Three (Sec. 3) of the Quieting Titles
Act. 105Q to have' his title to the said pieces parcels
or lots of t liind iillvestigated iand the niatiure and
c\tcnt thereof determined iiand declared in a
Certificate of Title to be granted by Thie Court inll
accordance with the provisions of the said Act.
Copies Iof the said plan may he inspected duringI
tihe normal office hours at the following places:-

(a) The Registry of the Supreme Clc (urt, Public
Square in the City of Nassau aforesaid.
(b) The Office of the Commissioner. Freeport.
(ranild Bahamna, Bahamas.
(c) The C(hambers of Messrs. Kendal Nottage &
Co. Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas.
Notice is hereby given that any persons having
Dower or Right of Dower or an Adverse C(laiml or a
claimm not recognized ill the Petition shall ol or
before the 7th day of May. A.1.. 1974 file in the
Supreme courtt and serve oin the Petitione or theli
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
7th day of May, A.D., 1974 will operate as a bar to
such claim.I

Dated the 27th day of March, A.D., 1)974.


KENDAL NOTTAGE & CO.
Attorneys for the Petitioner
Chambers
King's Court
250 Bay Street
Nassau, Bahamas.


fasten one to each end of the cracker Good,
now tie a free end of the twine to this
craggy lump of ice. he says That'll leave
the other piece for you to hold, then you
needn't touch the cracker at all.
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


\No 41
197:


IN THF SUPRI Mi cOL(i RI
()OIF THI 1: BAtlAMASs
Elquit side


N )
R ot' tile Ollictnllj1itk'


IN Til \1ITI I
Act I6i1


\ND)


IN Till MIATTI R ol all that piece
parcel ior lot o land Containing 3.774
Acres being a Portion otI Malcolm(
Alloltments and Situatei in llthe Southernl
District. New Prmidoence and hounded
on the l ast hI a Sutbdi\ision kinow\\n as,
INassau Villi on the Sio th by a
SubLdi\iiMsion known is Nasii sau Village on
the West by Alltment number 33 and
(thler portion of \Malcolm Allotlimen t and
on the NorIth Ih\ Two PuIblic Roads
Reser\iatlion and a Subdilision known as
Kenned\ Subdivision.


NOTICE


The Pletition of ROII)I Y 1)\RI IN(; of the
Southern Districlt of the Ilanld Iof Providcinc
inll respe' of:-
Al.I TA piece parcel oi lot of land Abei ; a
portion of Mallcollm \t 1 1ils and containing
3.774 Acros and oundeld on the ast b\ i
Subdivision known as Nasanu Villlage Subdivision
and running thereon 150.' l'eet on tile North
byi i Subdliisi n killed Aindl kno\\n is Keneilci\
Subldi'ision ntn I;\to IPubliC. R'IAid Rc '-,r\;itionls
and tiinnin. llithcron 14 .- t on the South
o\ th e iir i kiioi n ,i J.il ,ssul l \ l'|II I S' i lllixl io y'C 1nd
rtiiniiyl llik 'i\o 13l70).10 lcct 'inu y Ion llk' \Vst
b\ .\lIllio u nl n1111 li 3 ot tll Malcolm
Allotlmecnt,,s and ohlierl portion of Malcolmi
Allotmnlic lts nl l a ind rllninl ll h'ion S3 tccfe t ill
lthel Southern I)i lyct o thliix- Isl.iand of Nc\
Plroy\ id 'l y'nc y.
RODIN I I ARI IN(I the 'liion1 cir in thi' Matl i
claims to be the t\\nc'r of the yinincunlym 1rcet tc
Sinmplk state in possessioni olf tho said parcvl of
land and lihas inMtadei i lil.:tion lo the Si Nie Sii C'l '
C('o rl to' tlc t )lon Mnon\\illh ol t0i hc BIhy llily',
Under Section 3 ofl the' Q iiliiny l itlc \AIl l1 's to
have his Title to flhe said tract of land sm\c tigAtilc
and lhe native iAnd c\lcnt tici l dctrnnihn d iAnd
declared in ai (crtifiiclat' of l ilk to bti g rantcd In
the Supreme Court ol thel (1'inmona\\Clthl of the
Bahlumas in accordance ith thie P'ionimims of li
Act.
COPIFS of' the said plan ina\ he inspected dIrLin'
normal office hours at the following place.
A. The Registry of the Spreine Colurt of the
Bahllamias in the City of \A'ssau in thc Island ol
New\ ProidenceC
B. The (Chiambers of the undersigined.
Notice is h'reby gicn that any11\ person hain
dower or a t right to do l ot a adrsm (aiim o
claim not recogni/ced in the Petition shall on or
before the 15th da\ of Ma A.. 1. l74 file in the
Supriemnc (ouirt in the C(it o Nassau in the Island
of' New Providence and slne on the CPetitioneCr or
hils Attorneys a Statement of his claLim ii n the
prescribed form verified by an Affida\it tlo be filed
hli'erew\ ili
Failure of alm1 iSucli petson! to file and ser\c a
Statement of hins Clainm oil or before thie 15th da\
of May A.I). \~74 will operate as Ai bar to such
claim.

BI-THtlLL .1GOTTLm11B & ZIRVOL S
Attorlneys for the Petitioner
The Bernard Sunley Building
Situate Bay Street
Nassau Bahalmas.


APARTMENT 3-G ByAle Kotzky

LARRY GAGE, HE ADMITS THAT HE MADE NO THE IRONY IS THAT HE'S
ALIAS PAUL EFFORT TO SAVE HER! DOES CHARGED WITH JANET LESTERS
LESTER, TOLD ME THAT THAT MAKE HIM A DEATH ---BUT I'M INCLINED TO
WHEN HE TOOK THAT MURDERER? I'M THINK HE'S INNOCENT! HOW-
WOMAN OUT ON THE NOT SURE, MISS EVER, I'M NOT SO CERTAIN
BC T, HE KNEW SHE MAGEE! HE'S THAT A JURY
COULDN'T SWIM! THE ONLY ONE WILL THINK
THE BOAT WHO CAN AS I DO1
CAPSIZED IN ANSWER
STORM 'THAT!





STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD Saunders & Overgard

5 ~'HT AHEAD TO THE BACK THAT'$ MY CAR ...OVER THAT ILL HAVE ONE HAND ON THE
DO l. MNi HALE. AND DON'T Ai IN THE HADOW OF WHEEL-..-AND THE OTHER ON
OPEN "OUR PRETTY THE UlDING. THE GUNIINMY.POCKET
U LTTLE MOUTH .
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The undersigned banks will be open

April II 9:30A.M. -5:00P. M.



April 12-CLOSED


April 15-CLOSED





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The Bank of Nova Scotia

Barclays Bank International Limited

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce

The Chase Manhattan Bank N.A.

First National City Bank

The Royal Bank of Canada


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GRUDGE REMATCHES

Thursday Nite
April 11thDOORS OPEN
pil 7:45 p.m.
If RAIN... Performance
will be same time sat.

'House of

CHAMPIONS'
(formerly Birdlanid)
Mt. Royal & Car'.v

ONE FALL 20 Mtin tes
SNEAKY
LITTLE BUGS
vs-
SHIFTY ABB'S


HEAVYWEIGHT
MATCH
THE STEEL

DESTROYER
-vs
INDESTRUC iv;

LOCOMOTIVE


MAIN EVENT
4 MAN TAG
20OUT OF 3 FALLS
TROPHY MATCH



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BAHAMIA 7' LLB


THE STEELDESTROYER
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JOEWILD GOOSE

SUPER SP HALL
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4 MAN TAG
2 OUT OF 3 FAL L-


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KING OF

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EC.SHA

C U' IHES

R OS

IN TWO

ROUNDS
By GLADSTONE
THURSTON
at the ringside.
!i \H \\MIAN welter
,\ t kine Iltsha
, )!,.'. ; ;i ;'!,'.,,sv l ,1 fierce left

S. \ .l..sc' Rios.
i. ',, j 1 .iIit t k astk
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FOR 3 in 1
LAWN SERVICE
.I T O 4F G ICJIDE
S?" TROPICAL 22157

NASTY GERMAN

THE -
EGOR


The Tribune -- -Wednesday, April 10, 1974


-Sweeting- ADDERLEY'S

snap

Knox ADVANTAGE


run


Obed traps Rios in a corner


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hook and tha! i- 1do

,i ho, t I hd]vouldn liaj e
ti;\ !k'.)JC Ob ed x\pl.iiuI Cd
'" I 1Ih Il 1ui h. hi's linld
I. I i .t L',c I tl IW c h11 r I
Rio had a resp ,ble 30-5
rc Lild !nite;in 1/ 1 '11 boult but
h>oke'. d uIi i llh', ainln s the
ii d Obed 11' ntUVer
iandLcld a so Idll 111 punh in the
sI kort fihI
freddie M1ajor grlincd .1
i an;t. 1111i T1 ii s l 1'. n I o I 1 Ivel r
< uihaii I I c dli)a Ol)\c in a six
ro mul d 111n 1 d C.'\C'I last
I:lght
\1ati r vhS ,1 !, ',i d.da l dl ew in
his irs, t\\ I L11,iani Beach
a.ippejrti raI [ t 111 a ir useiWd a
%vcrs.a it oI lo ii'.' I o hld off his
irir k o Lppiii i '1 \t no time in
the tlight .,l !i' in all\ real
double
AIsI iis. LippL'cu ts and
clo Imb int1 i s worked
s tmoothll bt 'ic \\ j itrnable to
deck the i *' 1 )%l O t'ia k w /ho
inai e i t ,, -iip g Major'
offered
I ea .\ cwirlg .nti.cndeIfr Bob
Freeze in l .1! L i',in 1) 1i.il 'h .c f nLa e
o l't tlhe mi j\ fi- l e lh fi first
rotild a .111 I'>ghl t ia strong
eight rouLndJr only Io lose a
close d.'.sion to Ioni (Green


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Obed moves in.


FAVOURITES for the
upcoming High School
Volleyball series C. C.
Sweeting High snapped
Jamaica's Knox College's
undefeated streak yesterday
defeating them 15-9, 15-0,
12-15 and 15-9 taking a one
game lead in their battle for
the Jamaica High
Commissioner's Trophy.
Both sides meet in the
second game tonight 7
o'clock at the A. F. Adderley
Gym.
Coached by volleyball
standout Tom Grant, C. C.
Sweeting easily offset the
viAitors and behind the all
around play of Bahamas
National team rookie Kevin
Rolle, the setting and serving
of Mathew Leckey and Denis
Forbes they stormed to a 2-0
lead.
Knox however refused to
play a shut out game. Team
captain Michael Clare teamed
up with Charles Nation and
Milton Douglas storming
Sweeting High's defence
forcing the best of five match
into a fourth game.
The Jamaicans however
were unable to maintain their
momentum and Sweeting
High once more triumphed
being the first Nesw
Providence high school to
defeat Knox.
The high school series is


expected to
month.


Fb 'in later this


Athletes for
games
1TW1 INT Y-TWO .iIhl.'cs
under thie coachin-g otl I Iark
Rahining and Richaid
A\ d il e i 1 ey hic b-en
Icom'nlcndecd h\ the Bahanma'I
A ml atet ir A thletic A.I-cial ,
to represent the Bahamnas inl
the uIpcoming Carifta danes, to
he held in Janlaitca
The teIam will be manallged1
b\ B. L Bostwick 1 llame
Thompson is chaperone.
Selected athletes.
hnder 20 MUalCes: 1 00
Metres Prince t Iepl)b in
(Aquin' : l100 Metres
Randy Dais I Fr-poit) and
Austin Alhur\ (N. Providence)
200 Metres Rand) D)avis
(r1ccp()ort and Mark Bethel
(Pionceers S.( .1. 400 V.eties
Weslc\ rholnpson (Q.I .). 00
Metres LIouis ('o'eChooke
( 1) n a in s S.(C.). 3000
Metres Patrick Kemp ( St
Annes,) and Michael (CooLpci
IS.A ). 110 Metres Hurdles
I). Hayncs I (G.1 .S.) High J mp111111)
(hamna Rolle (F'reeport ) and
Pauml Sinimnos o t(Aquinas). L 1g
Jutip L. Johnson (;.II.S.)
and Percy Charlton (Freeport.)
Inder 20 tFemales: ilu-.uu
Metres Sandra Knowles
(S A.C.). 400 Metres I. Miller
(Andros) and S. Ferguson 9St
Annes), long Jum 1np S.
Ferguson ISt. Annes, Shiot
Put-Discus 1). Moss (S.A.('.).
High JUMp Linda WoodsidC
I( li..S i
'Under 17 Males 100-200
Metres R. Sevmiour
(Frcepi(rt) and R. MoLxe
(Freeport).
Under 17 Females 100-200
Metres V. Smith (SJ.('.) and
M. Chapman (Q .C).


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IPlit' irP r incite t 1 I K1:7,H1 l', 'J ll I '
Retired jockey John Adderley receives from Mr Michael
Stuart, general manager of Maura Lumber Company, the
Maura's trophy. Adderley yesterday rode Miss Advantage to
first place in the featured Old-Timers Jockey Race Mr.
Nigel Ingraham a race track official stands .it centre.


Results ol .' est r'lai s mc't
at llobbhh llI'.
I S11 I R 1 'l I uri[h>i i
I i'it/,lcs ( ? N i .ei i
'34.7 0, SS 25. .5?
2 I :is I ,g 1 ) I ,H.rt. n
S4.3V, .s 3 57
3 I k l. 7) ir,,, < 1
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1 II.il' I \ I't (4 ) ( a i
s.I 74I. '. S2 '.T lo
2 \,l N. S .'ll (.ii ) ( 11 '. \. l
'.3 40. ",2 45
31. lct' 17) 7 1. I)i\Lm i N2 .4 .
I lht IlL ihubh' 15 4) 11 40)
I l L ( lliin ill 3,i 4 1 L) 1 s.I
S ondi (,)U ill>lllai (3 61 ;2.i.
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1. Sir I rLini is' (3 .iil
2 1 S21. n.ti 4.SOl
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1 .liu k ili ( 1 ) a .,! -;itt , m i, ,d,, S ; ,,

3 ils xt Irien (1,) R II-'it
5'2.50
I irdl .liu lIla. ( 1 7) 22 i 0
III I l R V1 1 5 I urlhl >
1 Miss .' j\ aint.ag (?
\ddert S 1 3.25, '4.35. 'Q2. '0
2, I he \\enger 2) Breinuei'
S4 20, 2 35
3 Jo, Rider (31 \ (.linti ,n
$2 .318.
I fourth uinumlla 2 ( 22,SO
SIMl tl KACI1 I ul[f iimes.
1 I l l t utsidt r I. '.lM \v ill
S 1.2 54 704 .4 t ti
2. Bird 'e ( ) 1 HIlor.,r!
S6.2t0, s' 75
3. .1 ,l t 1. ,c" (4) \. S.umhr. r
I ilth .uincll I t7 s '.2 21.1
Sl VI \ I 1 R.\ 'I 4' I urinlh .'.
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10S 1 0. 5 05
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3. lungle I lin (61 I I:in
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Students $1

Ladies $2
General $4
DOORS OPEN 7:45 p.m.
THURSDAY, April 11th.
HOUSE OF CHAMPIONS
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L ()\)t\ British soccer
results last night
I N Il I1S11 It l ,!II
Division ie
Queen's Park Rangers 3. Man,( ity 0
Wolverhampton 4., Derh 0
Division I\nI
Middlesbrough 0. lhton 0(
Diiv isi ll rr,-
Halitax I, (irnmsbh 2


DODGERS BEES


DFFFNDIN(; junior league
champs Becks Bees play the
undefeated St. Michael's
Dodgers in the first game
tonight 7 o'clock at the Queen
Flizabeth Sports Centre.


Scottish Cup, Semifinal replay:
Hearts 2. Dundee United 4
Scottish I league. Division One
Mother'Aell 2. )Dumbarton 0
IDivision I%,o
Albion 3, I orfar 2
Kilmarnock 4, I-ast Stirling 0
Stirling Albion i1. i debank 0

RUGBY TOUR
A VISITING Rugby side from
the University of Tulane, New
Orleans will play a three-game series
against clubs in New Providence.
M! games are scheduled for the
F astern Parade.
Tomorrow afternoon at 4:45 the
visitors will meet a mixed local side.
On Friday at 4:00 p.m. the visitors
play the Buccaneers. The final game
will be played on Saturday 4:00
p.m. against the Arawaks.


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