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Publication Date: April 11, 1974
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VOL. LXXI, No, 118


Thursday, April 11, 1974


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THE SUCCESS or failure of
the Law of the Sea conference
in Venezuela this summer will
determine whether "the
current prospect of chaos in
the oceans" is to be replaced
by a "prospect of order,"
Deputy Chief of Mission in
the U.S. Embassy Rozanne L.
Ridgeway told Freeport
Rotarians today.
The Caracas conference is of
special significance for the
newly independent Bahamas,
which will push for
international acceptance and
local application of the
archipelagic principle in
establishing the territorial seas
of archipelago nations.
Miss Ridgeway, however,
took a broader view of the
international implications.
"In the 20th Century," she
asserted, "both traditional
ocean law and its acceptance
by the majority of the world's
nations have been


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POLICEMAN


DIES


D1:TI'CTIVI' INSPECTOR Henderson Norville,
critically wounded by a bullet during the police raid at
Pinder's Point. Grand Bahama. yesterday, died at
Freeport's Rand Memorial Hospital at 6 a.m. today.
The 38-year-old police officer was admitted to hospital at 5:15
a.m. yesterday after being hit in the upper stomach by a shot
fired from inside a room where Errol "Skinny" Dean was found
hiding.
Dean, flown back to Nassau yesterday under escort of a Det.
('onst. Stubbs of the Freeport Criminal Investigation Department,
and a P.C Rolle of the Grand Bahania uniform division, is
expected to be charged in connection with the death.


The Nassau Street youth had
been at large for almost nine
months before he was forced
to surrender during yesterday's
bloody shoot-out.
Wounded by return fire
from a senior police officer's
revolver, Dean was discharged
from the Rand Memorial
Hospital in "'"ati factory,
condition."
lhe hunt for Dean began on
August 30, last ear, when he
broke out of the Central Police'
Station. Bank lane Police had
arrested the youth during their
investigations into "a string ot
shopbreaking and stealing
offences," a reliable source
stated
Yesterday morning, Gra:nd
S* Bahanm polilcernn ils"r
a ittst'e a iniii tci ol other
persons" in connection with
harbouring )eanl.
Police had also discovered a
small quantity of marijuana in
apartment 10 of the 1 conomriy
Guest House the room where
Dean was captured. The
shoot-out lasted a brief ten
minutes reports stated
Randd Bahama police are
still continuing their
investigations into the incident.
None of the persons detained
for questioning has been
charged yet. police said this


By SIDNEY DORSETT

morning.
Police also took "a .38
Special revolver" which was
found in the apartment
immediately after the shooting.
Wednesday's incident is the
first direct act of violence
against a police officer in
recent years.
Hospital authorities said that
Insp. Norville, whose condition
remained "critical" throughout
his admission, had sustained
injuries to "the colon, kidney
and-interior vena cavae."
He was shot at very close
range. the source said.
'le underwent an operation
lha l:-ared "for several hours"
im inmediately after being
admitted for "very, very severe
abdominal injuries," a hospital
spokesman stated. An island
wide appeal for blood was
launched by the Rand
Memorial hospital.
Insp. Norville, who lived
with his wife Veronica, a nurse
at the Hawksbill Medical
Clinic, was the father of two
young sons Sean, 3, and Eric
Charles, about five months.
His wife, who had been
informed of the news, was still
asleep when attempts were


made to contact her this
morning.
Royal Bahanmas Police
Commissioner Salathiel
Thompson flew to I report
early today in an attempt to
visit Insp. Norville .it hospital.
But, shortly after his arrival
at Freeport International
Airport. he was iniortmed ot
Insp. N\ .r'il 's death, a police
source said. The Commissioner
visited Mrs. Norville
Insp. Norville was, a member
of the police force tor lI
years, having jorin'd in January
1956 after his arrival here from
St Lucy, Barbados
lie left Nassau for Freeport
in January of 19)9 and was
promoted to the rank of
Inspector while stationed there
in September 1l'72
"lie was a very quiet young
man and was very devoted to
his job." )eputy Police
Commissioner Gerald Bartlett
said this morning in Nassau
Insp Norville was Freeport's
third ranking senior police
officer. His other superiors,
Det Insp. Kendall Light-
bourne. whose shot reportedly
ended lean's shooting and
Asst. Commissioner Paul


deteriorating.
"Rapid advances in
technology, a proliferation of
unilateral claims and pressures
on nations to control or have
access to the oceans' resources
threaten now to hasten this
deterioration and bring us to
the adge of conflict," she
declared.
She said efforts were made
- and failed in 1958 and
again in 1960 to reach
comprehensive agreement on
how the oceans are to be
governed, by whom and to
what purposes.
The gathering of almost 150
nations in Caracas June
20-August 29 is therefore the
third attempt in this century to
codify ocean law.
"It may be our last chance,"
she warned. "it will be
successful only if the processes
of diplomacy now moving us
toward Caracas are employed
on behalf not of dominance


Thompson, were present with
him during the incident
Wednesday.
The officers, making up a
party of 24, had gone to the
guest house to arrest Dean
when they were fired on.
Insp. Norville "was a very
good detective officer. He had
an excellent knowledge of
Criminal Law and Procedure.
lHe was in charge of processing
case files before persons were
charged," Asst. Commissioner
Thompson said today.
He said that the inspector
was "a very quiet and
unassuming person who was
very well disciplined ... and, if
you were around him, and
were not disciplined yourself,
you'd try to conform to his
ways."
He also had a hell of a lot
of skill and was highly
appreciated by his superiors
and subordinates alike," the
Asst. Commissioner said.
Mr. Thompson praised "the
quick response by the doctors
here in Grand Bahama."
Insp. Norville's funeral is
expected to be announced
shortly following arrangements
b\ the Police force.


but of accommodation."
She said national policies
and proposals slated for
presentation at the conference
must reflect a balance between
international and national
interests, maritime commerce
and security, freedom and
regulation, sovereignty and
international obligations.
Miss Ridgeway said the
conference is expected to cover
six key areas of concern:
territorial seas, straits, fisheries,
marine research, pollution and
seabeds.
Dealing with territorial seas,
Miss Ridgeway pointed out
that the United States has
proposed and is willing to
accept a 12-mile limit, as
opposed to the current three
miles, but she emphasised that
the proposal must, in the U.S.'s
view, include guaranteed
freedom of navigation through
straits where the territorial seas
of nations on either side


-Airline

pilots

sign

two-year

pact

FOLLOWING MONTHS of
protracted negotiations, the
Bahama Islands Airline Pilots
Association and Bahamasair
Holdings Ltd. today signed a
two-year industrial agreement
retroactive to February 1 this
year.
A joint statement issued
today said that negotiations
for the agreement have been
in process since the parties
signed a recognition
agreement in September
1973.
"Captain Paul Smith,
president of BIALPA and Mr.
Edward Albury, assistant
general manager of
Bahamasair expressed
confidence that the signing of
this agreement will be a
forward step in the
development of good working
relationships between the
pilots and the (Bahamasair)
management," the
communique said.
Mr. Randol Fawkes acted
as counsel for BIALPA during
the negotiations and Mr.
Murray J. Law negotiated for
Bahamasair.
Other members of the
BIALPA negotiating team
were: Captains Wentworth
Stubbs; Lester Albury;
Arthur Clarke and John Lee.
Mr. William Curtis,
manager, Bahamasair per-
sonnel relations and Captain
Wilfred Welch, manager,
flight operations, also
participated in the
negotiationss on behalf of
rianagement.
Neither side was prepared
today to disclose details of
the agreement. The pilots'
contract with Bahamasair
the first was ratified at a
meeting of the BIALPA
membership last night.
Settlement of a new wage
structure for Bahamasair's 44
pilots, followed months of
increasing conflict with
management, aggravated by
the company's tenuous
financial position.


Judge refuses to recognize bankruptcy


A NEW YORK state
Supreme courtt judge last week
refused to recognize a
bankruptcy decree made
against The Deltec Banking
Corporation Ltd. by the courts
of Argentina.
On these grounds Justice
Nathaniel T. Helmnan ruled that
an Argentine borrower was
obliged to meet a note issued
to the bank as part of a 53
million loan made by )Deltec
to. an Argentine electric utility
company.
The loan was made by
Deltec in 1969. In due course
participation in this loan were
sold to several Euroipean and
other banks, but Deltec kept a
portion of the loan for its own
account.
One installment of the loan
came due in December 1973
and the borrower paid the
notes held by the participating
banks but failed to pay the
note held by Deltec Banking.
Since the note was payable
at a New York bank, Deltec
Banking commenced action in
the New York court by
attaching the Argentine
borrower's New York bank
accounts which had sufficient
funds to pay the note.
The borrower sought to have
the action dismissed, on the
plea that it was prohibited
from paying the bank by the
Argentine court decree.
"There is little doubt that
the finding of bankruptcy in
Argentina is not in conformity
with American statutory or
decisional law," Justice
Helman said.



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"It is well-settled that New
York courts are not required to
recognize foreign judgements
which come in conflict with
prevailing concepts of justice
and fairness. The deter-
mination that plaintiff is
bankrupt because it is one
segment of a chain of
corporations, one of which is
insolvent, may under our laws
amount, under certain
circumstances, to a con-
fiscation of property," the
judge declared.
Deltec Banking was
incorporated in Nassau in 1961
and has since become one of
the Bahamas' major financial
institutions with a local staff of
over 100.
At the same time as the
founding of Deltec Banking,
the Group parent company
also established its head-
quarters in the Babamas.


In 1961), I)eltec combined its
business with that of the
(hicago-basd iiP group to
form Deltec International i1td.
as the new group holding
company. Deltec International
Ltd. is the only Bahanmas
headquartered comapanry whose
shares are listed on the New
York Stock I change.
IPL, Inc. had been the
holding company tor an
International meat packing
f o od processing a n d
distribution organization, with
industrial subsidiaries in
Argentina, Brazil, Australia and
New Zealand. After the
formation of Deltec Inter-
national Ltd. in 1969, the
Australian, New Zealand and
Brazilian operations were sold
to local investors in the
resnective countries.
Difficulties were encoun-
tered in Argentina however.


where the meat-packing plants
acquired by Deltec from IPL
had been operating
unprofitably.
In 1970, when the Argentine
government stopped banks
from extending credit to
foreign-owned companies, the
local company was compelled
to apply to the court for an
arrangement with its creditors.
Since. in the interim the
company's new management
had been able to resume
profitable operations, the
creditors in 1971 approved a
repayment plan by a vote of 80
per cent.
The commercial judge
assigned to the case refused
however to approve the
arrangement and declared the
company bankrupt.
After a series of appeals the
Argentine Supreme Court last


year confirmed the bankruptcy
of the meat packing company.
although its assets had been
valued at four times its
liabilities by a court appointed
appraiser.
In addition the "Deltec
Group" generally was held
liable for the meat packing
company's debts, which under
the company's plan would haie
by then have been more than
half paid out.
The commercial judge then
proceeded to declare bank-
rupt not only all other
Argentine companies in which
Deltec had a majority interest.
including a merchant bank and
a highly profitable sugar
company, but went so far as to
extend his judgement to Deltec
International Ltd. and The
Deltec Banking Corporation
Ltd.. the Bahamas-based
holding company and bank.


overlapped, leaving no
international waters within the
strait.
She went on to refer to the
fact that island nations such as
Fiji, Indonesia, Mauritius and
the Phillippines have proposed
that archipelagic states should
be able to enclose all waters
lying within their outermost
islands as'archipelagic waters.
in which only innocent passage
by ships would be permitted.
and limit such passage by
coastal state regulation and
confine it to designated
corridors.
(The Bahamas, too,
advocates this principle, but
Miss Ridgeway did not refer to
the Bahamas in this regard).
She said application of the
principle would raise a number
of complex problems,
including the fact that the
de finition of "innocent
passage" has no real criteria for
deciding which passages are


Senators reject new



names for islands idea


By MIKE LOTHIA\N
A BID by INM Senator
Arthur Foulkes to have some
Bahamian islands renamed to
"reflect their history and
natural beauty" was rejected
Wednesday b\ (;oGverninent
Senators wuho consideredd
"continuity and permanence"
more niportant
Sen lIoulkes' move came in
the fornl of a resolution stating
that "it is the opinion of this
Senate that the names of some
ot the islands of the
(ommonwealth he changed in
order to reflect more
accurately their beauty and
history, and thli a suites ble
committee ol ,ili/ens should
be a ppo)lnted to make
recormntirdatons to the


Go t)ernmetilnt
lit hit hit Wedncisd, \ tor
Senlat support ol tihe
resolutitron Sen. I oulkes
declared that "in sone cases it
is not really a question o(t
changing the names. hut olt
restoring good Bahamiian
names that were well-
established in our history
history "
!le pointed ouit that sonic o
the more "napprolrlate" and
"unimaginative" names now r in
use such as ( rooked Island,
at Island and a log y( were
not the originals, but were used
by early I uropeani explorers to
repltac the nallmes use'd among
t h a s lands original
inhabit aitris
lie said that simple through
lonr use of those substitutes.


$100,000 land



for church


Mir Roy Henderson, lawyer representing Winton; Iather John
'ugh of St. Ann's Parish, where Winton is located: Bishop Mithael
I ldonr. Mr. PIeter Itctglia, president of Wintn I-states, l.td and
Father Etienne Bowleg.
MR. PETER FOGLIA. president of Winton Estates Ltd..
presented the Anglican churchh with five acres of land in
Winton valued at a minimum of $100,000 yesterday
Bishop Michael Eldon accepted the gift on behalf of the
Church.
Mr. Foglia said it was Winton's expression of faith in the
excellent work the A.nglican Church has accomplished and
will accomplish in the future.
It is also, lie said, an expression of their faith in the
future of the church and the country and Bahamians.
He said it was thcir hope that all members of the
community could wrk together to help in building a better
Baha nas for everyone.
Bishop Eldon thank 'd Mr. Foglia and asked Mr Foglia to
convey his thanks to Winton iEstates Ltd. for the generous
gift.
lie said he was conscious of the value of the land and of
the great faith and trust which Winton placed in the church.
It was his intention. he said, to justify this feeling and he
hoped that over the years Winton would not regret the
donation.
Bishop FEldon thanked the TwI nam and Clandge families
for their contribution to the gift. Winton Estates Ltd. is a
joint venture of the Twynam-Claridge families and the
Sassoon Property )Deelopment Ltd.
Bishop Eldon said a church will be built on the land
within the next year or two. It is also possible that a school
will be built, he said. but that will depend upon the
development of the area and the number of pupils in the
area over the years.
Mr. Foglia said the land given to the church is in a
complex which will include a ten-acre shopping site. This is
the area in Winton set aside for general community use. The
church property is adjacent to the proposed gym tennis
club, which is already under construction, and the proposed
Winton Park.
Winton is hoping for rapid development in the area. Mr.
Foglia said, and the complex site has already been sold.
The development site is located just off Prince Charles
Drive.


"we can come to accept things
that are iunbei.ttiful and n.(
even re.ai se hnw tunbeauit
they are
Aside fro' silnmprh restoraiii
the original in::ies. lie went on.
some changes ought to be
made among the currently
'ugly" names because "for the
love of our country '\e ought
alwa'd to be seeknAr .I a1 s to
present our coin: .. our
cult'rc, our history, in tile most
S!\ i w.ays possible
lie .said there are many
wor ds deeply\ rooted in oiir
culture, both from Atrican and
Indian sources, that are today
recalled" only in the history
books."
HfiSTORIC NAMIS
In addition, soie islands
could be named to "recall
famous historical it"' .,,s
associated with the B;;
like Prince Williams, thl
Baptist missionary, aIlu ',
Brendan
"These names ought to be
taken out of the mothballs ot
history.
"Look down the road soice
years and see," he suggested.,
"how much more satisfied we
would feel if when we are in
New York for instance and
asked where we come from, we
can say 'I am from Guanahani,
rather that from Cat Island."
lie said more appropriate
names, like .xuma. Bimini,
Mayaguana and Eleuthera,
"lend mystery and attraction
and beauty to the islands
themselves."
NON-POLITICAL
Sen. Foulkes stressed that
"this resolution) can be taken
as something with absolutely
no political motives at all."
Opposition Senate Leader
Orville Turnquest, seconding
Sen. Foulkes' mrlito:, also
emphasized that .o ie: can
accuse hl. of political motives
in this because it ;- completely
devoid of politics.*
lie expressed a suspicion
that there would be reluctance
on Goverrnment's part in going
along with the move, however
"solely becuase it emanated
from the Opposition "
Government Senate leader
Paul L. Adderleey F\ternal
Affairs Minister, made it clear
that "it is not the
Government's intention to
support this resolution: not
because it comes from Sen
Foulkes, not because vec iir.k
it may be politically niu ilv aed
not because it is without
merit "
"I admit," he said. "there
appear to be some islands Ihti
are inappropriately named, bul
I wouldn't want us to embark
hastily on replacing the old
with the new in the wake o!
independence.
CON I INL II Y
lie agreed that the islands'
names should reflect the
nation's history and culture,
but he asserted that "ainmost
100 percent they do just that
We are talking about a
comparatively few islands.
"Our disposition." hie went
on, "is to think continuity in
historical matters more
important than apparent
poetry. Once we get into
changing things we create a
disposition to almost
encourage every succeeding
generation to examine the
decisions of the preceding
generation and change them
again.
He said that in his view there
was a narrow range of symbols
in which "there is merit in
continuity and permanence."
Falling within that narrow
range, he said, were the flag,
the coat of arms and the names
of islands.
The Senate adjourned to 10
a.m. Monday, April 22, when
four bills and two resolutions
brought from the House are to
be debated.
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published tomorrow, Good
Friday, or next Monday, Easter
Monday, which are public
holidays. The Tribune will be


published as usual on Saturdav


"innocent" and which are not.
She said the proposals are
specially important in that
they affect navigational and
overflight rights that are
"vital" to maintaining the flow
of trade and communication
around the world.


Despite the complexities,
however, she expressed the
belief that the archipelagic
question "is capable of
resolution at the Law of the
Sea conference. I believe that
accommodation on this issue is
possible," she declared.


Police probe deaths
POLICE today launched an investigation into the deaths
of a man and woman whose bodies were discovered in an
area known as Bozene Town, off Harold Road.
The bodies fit the description of persons who were
reported to police as missing less than 24 hours ago.
It is believed the man is Leonard Johnson, a Lyford Cay
driver, who was reported missing with his truck No.229 last
night after he did not report for work.
The woman is believed to be Viola Murray, aged about
40 to 45 years, whose body was found near a pond with a
reported wound in her head. She was described as 5 ft. 4
inches, and was wearing a white dress with blue stripes and
a wig.
The body of the man was found some distance away
from the woman.
It is not known it there were any marks on the man's
body.


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JERL'S \LFM Prenier Golda Mtir
officially tendered her resignation 10
State President Lphraix Katir t today
The briet meeting w ith the ccitreiontt l
head of the Jewish state tollowet d .
special session ot Mrs. Meir's ( abtllet
Mrs. Mtir. onl lv three \ieeks tromn hti
76th birtthdas, looked wan and pale as
she leti the president's ottlic.e aonidmig
newsment
In a terse letter ol Kat/,r Mrs Mteir
said
ter. President. in accordance w tith
provisions of (Israeli law ) andi hlla mL


informed the cabinett of mny intentions, I
here ith tender inmy resignation from the
post of Prime linisterr."
It was siiitgl d '"(iolda leir."
Katlir praised lis Meteir for "her work
and de\itoit in lhit use and development
(f tihe s.tit "
te told newsmen tlltie thought Mrs. Meir
w would reitinl asi i head ot the caretaker
gm\enmenlt but would nol trv to torni
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Mrs. Meir, weary .and plagued by
political crises surrendered to the
pressures last night and ianiountced she
was quitting,
The dramatic annloulillCeieniC b hx the
Russian-born x\oman from M ilwauke,
Wis I\\ h has led Israel tlt the past live
years and 24 days, seemed io end aln era
in tie Jewish state
The grandmother premier, swho turns
76 ne\t month,. has tried to resign Ibelore
the last tille \was just 39 days ago
but this limie she said she was determined
not ii> cliane lier mtind, aind "this is tihe
end (d the road "


M1rs Meeir was UinwillnIlh
called outi of retircilerilt at
ihe ae gt o 70 \\then stie x\as
accepted In her Labour Party
tas a .com111pronise candidate
for the prcetierslipr alter lihe
death olf .I t hkl s tin 196h1
Slie \was, convinced. seit
would last trnl a teL\\ milonth
until a younger party leader
could he chosen, huti ended
itp leading Israel through live
oft tli moist turbuletii nt ears in
thle lewish stae' s 2-t -\'Car
tlislt r\
( lhia illn simok ing cigarettes.
lrs. \eir t old her partly
otlticials tlal the government
could not i11l r ect'enit
d etnionst rai ons aiginst
Israel' leadcrsliip.
"We cannot ignore public
lecling the atllnosphlre
c r a t td aroilnd the
governienll haIs mladte it
i Inpo s sibi tile tor he
government to handle all tihe
problems lacing uis" slie said
Mrs Meir's image and tli
stature of her g\m'rlilientl las
been tarnished and tl adding
ever since the (October w\ar


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BLAST


ROCKS


STREET


AN EXPLOSION in a
hijacked beer truck
devastated a main street in
Londonderrv today amid
claims by the underground
Irish Republican Army that it
is winning its fight to break
Northern Ireland's link with
Britain.
A British Army spokesman
estimated the bomb at 600
pounds, one of the biggest so
tar used in the province. It
lore down stores and blasted
windows over more than 200
yards .


New operation

A BRUSSELS university
hospital team said today it
had replaced a man's
defective urinary passages by
a silicone prothesis. It said
the operation was the first of
its kind.
Site 10-hour operation, in
which the kidneys were
linked to the bladder, was
perforiend Saturday on a
tS6-sear-old foreigner whose
name Has withheld.


Gun scare


AN ARMED man
his wa\ into the
gallery of parliament
i)elhi today but was
arrested.
Police said the In
carreilig two pistols
obiect believed to
explotsive


Hearst rap

RA ND OLPH
charged that the A
press is being used
Sv mtiionese Liberatio
(SLA) that kidnap
daughter Patricia to
it' "-'t listed political
iris li bee olle0111
biggest ripotfs, the pr
cxcer !llone through"
told a small group of
inewsmlenti at his ret
imil's soullth of th
CaliIornia peninsula
city of La Pat where
his family withdrew
weekend to get awa
the pressures of the
case


Bank rate cut

-THE BANK of England cut
its miininum lending rate
today by a quarter per cent
to 12 per cent. It was the
second such cut in as many
weeks.
The reductions by the
state-run hank reflect the
policy decision by the new
Lablour government to try to
bring down lending rates
generally. The idea is to ease
credit and encourage industry
to invest so that production
losses can be made up from
the recent three-day work
%Ut' v k


Gaullists split in election


V Xti ini.i! \, ss'in intI\ I ni s'n :dctI l
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'iniiA s-I': \ ,ini.'I t ( i ,II rd dL
I su, .i lin. [i .p i the ( aullist
ini. iit n i th l. h s rh un I lance
since l1us


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Vte l c i l ( I':) SL'i\ 1i i t \ r
politician ;,iild lr tini c' Ii t'ln t
Antloiinc 1 ini i Ailhd ti splIt
in the G u lst i irnksl. '
scajn1da1l I


BIiut I-aure, in a formal
sialte nnnt of withdrawal from
I ii- race, said "a certain
demoilncratlc need tor treedom,l
tdhiisit atnd choice" was mlt'
tIy ltie rival ;G aull;st
candidacies. ,


UK immigrants



win amnesty



from Labour


LONDON Home
Secretary Roy Jenkins
announced today an amnesty
for C(tolmlllnn'., jllth immigrants
who entered this country
illegally between IS6 and
1973.
The move, ich riiainly
affect Asians from India.
Pakistan and Bangaldesh
threatened to spark off a inmaor
row in parliament.
Opposition Conservative
Party spokesman James Prior
said the decision could mean
another 20,000 Asians will ihe
allowed to stay in Britain. The
Home Office refused to discuss
the numbers involved.
The admission of n onwhite
immigrants to Britain is a
tender political issue, especially
in the cities where these
newcomers have congregated.
Before 198, Asians and
other C. .nI .i.M'. lilil citi/cen
could enter Britain on a


virtually unrest i tcd ichc isis
new law in Ma1ich lt'i.
however, sharply i-iii,
immnligration hb\ n ii', '\
Co('oiintnweal th citi/cii-
On JanI 1. 1'73. th.- i ,,
Conservative -' I\ ii:p
tightened innimir.iatin i :,,
further A oitoig oti thtr hlii ,
these rules gave the t ,ic i
Secretary the poweri to ldc
illegal iiruniigrants n\il .
prosecution. Thie i lc, t pp
retlicactively to ) h, .
Jenkins. \lio i tok I :o ,
wxith the nei-t I i.
go\cirni entt last l ii'ntlt siii !,i
\w would reftluse to ii ci.l l
po" wers retroactit. tIl\
In efteel thi It .i i
Asians Wtr eniit In
illegal. hc Iween i I 'ic.s- .
1973 ca.n nii r st im \ I ;
Tho e \\llo call- i I
alterr Jan. 1973. L l i
dcpoitd (A1'>


I NEWARK Thie FBI hai
forced arrested two railroad worker,
visitors who allegedly stumbled upon
in New- and kept $50,000 in ransom
money demanded last month
by the kidnappers of hS sear-oldi
an was John Cal/adilla. All but 3 .'900
and an
be an was recovered, the FBI said
S lllit ii, said the tc
railwaymen were working in
freight yard in North Bergen.
New Jersey, the night the
ransomn ioney was placed in
Hearst an attache case bh t-he
erican kidnapped youth's tattler ,iutd
bv the thrown from a car.
n Army The attache case .',
led his accidental fell 20 feet trom a
further railway overpass, selected as
ideas". the drop off by the kidnappers
e of the to the tracks beli.
ress has Officials said the tti
Hearst workers saw the case .%Iling
visitingg open on the tracks, stuflfed their
great 19 money into their pockets and
e Baja tlid before the kidnapper,
fishing arrived.
he and "'They thought they could
w last take the money and run." their


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the inclusiuri of the BEahamnas Na tijo:al f Ilq oi the leve-'re of the $- <(in, tht'e i rl i
the effigy u' the Gove' nor G nc i ea oa thw re veise of thp $10 il nild the$ i pI n: hii.1 i,!
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$10 Pioof 22 50 $10 Spe(riiner; 1 'i
$2 Piroof 12.50 $5 Speciriier / 0
$2 Specnnen 4 o(n
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coins will be subject to availability.

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the middle of August and further details will be available rearei that date.

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The Tribune - Thursday, April 11, 1974


hp ribunue
NULLIUS ADDICTUS JURARE IN VERBA MAGISTM
Being tHuumJ To Swear To The Dogmas Of No .Master
I iON IF. II. I)Ul .tCl' 'Publi.sher Editior 1 V03- 1 14
SIR I IIUNNF t)PUCPIK' .O.B.F., KC,.S.G.. Lit). L.. Il 1)
Publisher/Editor / v1 7.1 72
Con tributing Editor 19172 +
I 11 I N iDUPIcC t'ARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LI.BI.
Publisher!Editor 1972 +
Published Daily Monday to Saturday


Shirley Street. P.O. Box N-3207. Nassau, Bahamas.
TI I I'l'l iM ,I
Editorial 2-4532, 2-2260
General Offices (15 Extensions) 2-1986
.\.l.e:.ti'ir, 2-1986, 2-2768

Thursday, April 11, 1974



EDITORIAL


Of this and that



BIy ITlI:NNI' DL'PL'CHl
GRANI) CAYMAN. March 14th. I got the impression Ifrom
-Ille o, tlhe speeches made at the Mental Health Conference
recently held it Nassau that one or more of the delegates might
have been partial to the tree use of marijuana.
I'lt delegate from Jamaica left the impression that this drug.
kinownv in Jamaica as ganja. was widely used in the island. I
,vondered wlllerr ils use was legal in Jamaica.
because ot its long association with Jamaica. The Daily (leaner
is tlowni to Grand (Cavnan every day, I have before me copies of
/:' (i'cunr lfor the past two days
O)tne issue cat re tihe eporit on a doctor wlho is heing tried for
i'C t 'sl\ S Ies ll r t i lt |.i
I ndei the heading "Move To Export Ganja Thwarted". tilhe
ine t d a\ "' issue ict ithe (ianer carn ed a report of a plane loaded
" atlh gaiti thai had been seized at Montego Bay.
1ian a ma) lie xwidCel used itn Jamaica but the goverInment oft
Ilh is and has outlawed its possession and use ... and has taken
i,.it ircs to rli to check its export toi other countries.

Sis clAi'mn "(Candidlv Ytours" in The Daily' (leaner of
%Miich 'li. Ih Thomas Wrighi wrote an analysis of the recent general
election in I .I1 ,i id in which lie dealt imipartially with the leaders
Si' i!0 he- main pntics I' funtid his observations on H)i1 larold
\ 1, i!,.i. i!Hiiia' 1 new I about P tme Miiister, interesting
\t H\ilon's announced policies,' wrote Wright, "were what
,x ld I he expected from a politician without principle: massive
!Hic spvidingi vitillhtit lie reso, urces to back it up;
,1 ili"'..iii/i!;'In as a cirte lful ineficiency huge give-away
pioinilmes of various kinds all of which will increase the
intititon Ior which ie lcrtici/es the Conservatives.'
ll' piocceded to Icolmment oil the hypocritical switch of Mr.
Hii.oN, on thle question of Britain's entry into the luriopean
lomlin M \arketx
He .i!c o had some ..i.. r in.: things to say about 1:nocli Powell.
ICe siid that Iinocli Powell was not liked in Jamaica because of
i: '-. \I \ on 1W est Indians and other i 'i..' iii- iii Britain. This
Sais understandable
'Y e. even so," lie wiote. "nothing which Mr. Powell has ever
priopoed in this direction is as chauvinistic, intolerant and
resttclivc aIs The policies all Jamaican governments have put into
Si1 i ag.iii Cttrommonwealth migrants to Jallmaca; and while
Ilalmiat continues to operate what aimounits to a systeln oft
indentured labour and the reduction of members of the
t v..",i. ., i lii iin Jamaica to ilthe rank of second-class citizens, it
ill-heliioves ii\ Jamaican to complain about Mr. Powell."
A\i tlr HIanna and his adherents ill Nassau ... picase note.

When we were leading for (Grand (Ca man oln is trip our
,la iIletc' and son-in-la tihe Carrons gave us a powerful radio
so that we might receive Inglish news by short wave from
L.oindoln.
llei we ax e cu'i otti Irom all communicaltion from the outsiLdeC
,.x iltd l tnl I \ and ino I ridi receiving set
We do get the lmglish news on this set. But wCe have found
...i. ilir.: else. The radio station on this island puts on first class
prograinrtiles.
On oitll first night here we thought we were receiving a musical
o... if the masters from Holland until it was revealed that
ilis was a rehroadcast over the local station.
(On ll secionId night hlie station put on a first class programmed
o- sacred songs.
A\nd vlwhile I write lihis article 1 aml enjoying a plogramille 'of
Jl.issical illusic.
It's been a long tlite since I have been able to listen to a
pl iio rninle over /\ illr Nassau wVlhee the\ broadcast on vtwo
bands No. I and No. 2.
I understood that tihe second i., kiI ih was put on to give
listeners to ie station a highei class ot' prougralmmre.
Illis was done for a lime billt No. 2 soon degenerated to tiie
,i is\ .1p-1 rap tlhit cmlies v tllil ll a i thai satllio dal y land
h li t liio iiughoii the \cx .r
Would it be asking ZNS ltoo muchi if I ,igeled Ihal tthe\
devotei No. 2 to a tv pe of progralirle that listeners with someie
pietenlion to good taste could enjoy'i
(;Cive the people ... ii lliiire that miight help to lift them fromi
ire noise and clattei ol tIle tires in which we niow live.

Dl)urig ni> last visit to Nassau I saw an interesting ilhing.
A bell has been installed at thIe entrance to lthe Hlouse ot
\sscinbly building. It bears this sign: "Please Ring to Enter".
Nowv that's ',,Ii i ii' hey'i
I'nder the P.I.P. government the people hIave to ring a bell
before there can enter their own Parlialent building!
It would seem to mie that these new boys "du/ do for mlore-
lie\''" lTher Iussv buti I would like to know whliat the\ lave to be
tuss\ aboutI.t
a* * * *


'Ihe government should he rollIg ini monnley these days Irorn
revenue derived front new taxation and increased taxes on old

Ihese boyss, whli promised to reduce taxes and the cost of
living, have really slapped more and still more taxes oin a blind
and trusting people.
But their greatest bonanza has conime from an invisible source ...
the great increase in the cost of goods imported into the islands.
The Customns collects duty on the landed cost of goods in the
islands. rhis means that every time the price of an imported item
is increased tdie Customs collects more duty ... and thile public
pays.
But in spite of this fact it would seen that money must be
scarce in tie government's coffers because they are now issuing
Treasury lnotes more often and for larger amounts than when
they first resorted to this practice for raising ready cash from
investors.
I wonder how long these men are going to take to burst the
proverbial Bahamian ball?
It was said in 1914, when an Austrian archduke was
assassinated in Serbia to launch the major nations of Europe on



MEARED.


Europe & the new challenge




that faces Kissinger & US


By lINRY BRAND()ON
xev nlrtiuu I ril ure, Uriiit.nn.

I (i) Ii\ Mr. Ja esjltx'
('allaghan. Brititm 's new,
Foreign andi ( 'CIiriinmIxxnwealxit 1h
Se'rctare beh ie'cs that itI the
Iirst phase', vwhticxi led lo
Britain's elt!r\ t Illo th'
I uropea'ln C( roirniitI l it wax
rilecessarx tio !i ,cntti li x' tii
intra-lIuiriope'tl a i iots \No% .
in what he sees as the w oInd
phase, he hclievi, the need is
to dnIxvchlp 1lix' right
! relationship heI' v,'cn theI
ti()opcan ( o( nii nnit ;ind thc
United Stairs
For the [ iA tour (tiovern-
nt'int,. thei' task it pla tin, the
healer in tr.an,, rlttic re'latioll,
will not he as In 'act. i il iay
he less dir ricult to til *dl i\ s ot
dres, in. utip 'reneltl .tli nll iol
British immn ibhislhip t n lil- I I C
than getting 'Francet i clt
I lie I llndjn IlTrrx h.!tn,11 ;i i
attitude t)ow rd tli l1nci;cI
Stat es w Ilch i!aLi1i-o
proi)poses I he .i' nlit'r'!La. i ,i
lrye' to he ph IrttL uarl i i ;ir .' iti'
'iot to '' te sitc t nations that
could lcid ( ,ll.Igha:; ,nh,
giving ti up th t.ik oft pla !pin
the hcalet
I atlaghan a.liv.t the t 14,
that rBnltain is n v. part ,! ihei
I ur.ipeani ('{oliitui tn hill
whether, i i l,ct. ;t 1 ll lihe bi lc
to stay onl he i'.1k-h s. ,Mill
depend 11on Francxi i tt ii.n
lH e now I 'I) i "'.'t ! r
enlisting I uiropi'tin help and
he seems to hliat' h.,idc -Mille
progress in Bonn i that Iwotuil
make it.po)ssl ble tor thi e l ..llt a ,i i;
go crntrent to dsriinliatc1 to,
the Br'tx itit pub'h i thi t i t l t i l!t
hcrnli t n oix nit h i''.xi' inp 1!1




il nd tGer; .an i- i
to iIle futt tre c l 'ht .i- liIX I 1
w ll! Ie difficult : :itu t B LI[t '!
a\oid taking -id i;i he
lontrontation x ihli is io ir.i
between the F'renct h and ilthl-
B ritish ..' . r i
The c(i'onsx'crv aIe %cgoc'ii
inti failed hc cau s t' o i0-
desire io plovv' its lox ai ll ,o
I ihc I uropiali il a i'Ind it ccau.ii'
ill its IunWIi lliti '-iss ti,
i ..i the I x nch lcid ,
per.s t d'dc J' ianm ce t( .,Id |Pt a
tlote co o p it .ist.tudc
to"ards the lV.S
S now havl e ix nih\s
S ..' .: i w ith th I nitcd
St il'es I1tm ihble to count
ml rtilte on theii n support it
a ln Xtloiitll illnd'-d L labI' Lu
rovernmIIv'nt ;ind : d Bonn!

,ii\tio s to plcisPe sinh tosi
lhan Parirl,.
\ (11\l 1 1 N(;!
( lonsidciinr l)i Kissing-ki h
leputiliailn otI bCeing bett ci able
to deal with ad\iersaric's than
Sit li allied,, enough t aniI
adve saI,r relatiolinstip betweenlx 't 'l
the t IS a.nd thc I ropeans Ihas
now developed to 11 ,.i the
be.t it it is 1 icgotiil riig talcitis
Ih problem s'Moon m1ld nol on111 be
htow i to rirpllovc' ilations
hetween the S. and tIhe'
I uirope.an com numttiil, but lih'


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HENRY KISSiNGER
faces tough decisions


l o p r e s r v e h < i ; .
l) r K i- ,s !p gc r ; ..
response hiit
\ gicr at'.=r s.-:isc .,1
about to het' iinta.' ii
I uropean i nons
proslp'ci ts li't 1 '! -
ullels ;l l ;u ,
Huim o:i ih ..
( I'! !inu ll \ !
assess xl nd l .1 i.'i

in \ table slh o\dii,t r
the B .ritish .ind I' l
labour r iori i i'.: A i i
iment to lthe I ( s i
it would pr'or t ,
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tIm!ni i '' lb i t m 11l h is 1t '11 ,

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l'hatic- that tlie kind of cloh

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klitke hik!


coniiultahtiom h is'i akinirg i
t he It ypeii s, nam.iriiel
exchxiallnge- o views before they
iL-a.h thcr imnai decisions-.
couild ai.i hei applied tWo 1'runii
llt,'rlix.i n i t,. SiiiTns 'i hou t
negotiations "Oh the Souet
rl .iii t. Ii x, these,' Shic L
tri)n u r 'n host t l ovcri I
overi i n'is. li suci lIi consul-
ations .ire holund Io intiii lOnle
the ir Jst lih [Labour
government : l' s in D)r
Krivs rter
Hit= !s r"' _diino ipr.d i-
tI ti pe tor ihait he ha"s
achieved, and tlhe thought iWt
his resigning it Piesideint N;\oT r
is imipcachcd sends shicvrs
down snepiines i ti pxs'e .'.
beyond But Its occasional
Unt r fivdictah-ilir ijIlpali1n1icv
1llId .lppll.o !ili sI ll -k
treatnicnit h. Alii r ou tl.i det-p
collceru 1out the acadimness' t
Antilerl.ai pohili making. I ie
poiliticalt dec 'c!ol i ,.1;-r siaI ncet .
suiiddeniit 'o sispntld aiil
contrau!h bhcrteii the Cential
u'.it i !,- '..- -x A ec,\gl aind it -
Bluish ll[cointepdrt.i- trm the
Middle I astxerdn e'O.i-. enn if it
prm'ed ts.o e c n'!i t'.lmporar.y ,
inld o'tt'! i;tldcn turns, hai ve
aro)iits'd fears ilit Au eiient.i
1 i)011 l\i ;1f'e l le c l \
intood in ss. shoili ved preulU-
dices or even the psi' ctiological
burdieni o0 W itt'iixt'l
C('iitniht 1 9 7.1 n h Fh SlnSii da
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CARD OF THANKS


1 Mr-, Marthai Riussll the w'ilfe ol the lita (Carl f
:: R Rutissell vould lik' t c'\press her d' lcprsl -st
pt ct ciationl ti, Aill Q li thlie ti it\ ricnds anti t
:: rcatics lt r t th le crs anrd oidta lec l s in '
I Cl l-cie t ef.rcd elll ilt.


CAPSIZING
Shis nI the ni ober oitne .,11 It b tiitinit'. .1 i dlcn1 ,ind
the prnmurt cauuse is io'rtioidin or ilnpli pri lo.idmi'
I Yen a prop.rli l.,idcd liar mta\ ,teie/c i.n a s"uddcn
j II or xtorin or the wakc Iroim a1 pais ini 1,u.it ,. ) on'tl
-tt, nust iKnot ,ix l tton d I irsI ,stay with tie boat.


Ithcr 'Is wsi.i' the l' t ptation to uinrii nd.lt !\ s IIxIn
.sili'rc Dtin'i ti ,. x lou HrI' in tI' wat r. I d 'l u can i t
correctly Judge the distance to .shore It's ila l itw or
threeC til r es urtIher than it looks In adt diitInl xxiou should
stxv with the bhoal because' it ..an bhe trie eas-ill seen b1
other boats and aircIrat. I lang on and ift ', .' I l t
x'\cr\ Tie tCint o .1it itC lic. c't Ri .,i lixi' ,iimiuu li h h o;il it
o cl Ilic b1 at to s o'iiik it a i-i l to it 1 o:1 II i i'a S i'l
bojt ind ci i 1an gi t l t t. -ct b.i k i!i t it i and g-i it
closer to shorp usin, o.t i p.lddlcs 0r l'' iu V;ls 1inii !\
rads i i\Ci ,l 1 xcdI str s s igtnl l btI l s.M i c 5t l ii siOtil .it0 i ndk !
stiengtlh) until oiii Jar sure somn 'od c,il n ts.' it ill

A public service ad prepared by Astanta Associates
and sponsored by
JONES BARDELMEIER & COMPANY
Bulk Shipping t consultant, iijs. ius


MITCHELL DENIES CHARGES


NI VW YORK Former I' S
Att orne' General JohnI
Mit'hIell dCenied to a i11ri
Wednesday lial rie tried l
impede a secunitllies IIr.tiud
inv est1igation of lanI itwer
Robert Vesco
SThe ,(0-i car-old M\ltc hel! iwas-
the first ornmer I.S CabhinetI
officer to defend liinsellt
against .1 crininal charge since
!l 2. wvlihen interior seceta;x'
Albert 1-all viwas charge inl tihe
leapot DomeL scandal lit imoli 11
leases cof oil lands.
I he trial otlf Mithell nd
ex\ (' u imn e r e Se c r et i r \
Maurice Stanlls on cIt rgtes ot
conspiracy, obst ruction ont
Justice and perljiri i\ s min its
eighth week
fThic aIre iaccusedl oI l
imLpedixng a Securities arnd
S\chlange Comminnlssion IS C'
investigation of Vesco In retu rn
for Vesco's secret S200.000
cash contribution to President
Nixon's re-election campaign.
Questioned by his lawy er,
Peter Fleming Jr Mitchell
admitted arranging a meeting
between Harry Sears, a Vesco
lawyer, and William Casey.


the first world war that it was
world.


then chaxt laiiin o! lthe [l ( j
result ol a mineeliin1' w'itIi S.airs
on 1'IS 1 I -2
() ld \11 S .:r, .iask l.\ i lxo
do j ln\ li n ot !ih -i t .i irri i-
.1 ei in lL!l i\ih \11 C Ie 'e
A No!t ti n or i\ .
olher lni
0 Did I ',i lie ,
kiV0, 1l'dge t VCesi s 11Itent I o1
to make I otin i hu i ion
\ \N. si!
I racin Il ls phi t i0i .

N dtt.is l. ol ve nlit \ x .' s 'iilt it '.'
h i.i. I xx n w is In Ni\on c\Cine to N\\w \York 1,
ria e law l,. i c and tlhe\ l1d
a ratherr Iosc ielat'. i-,hsli!""
beC o c n ithe Ia\i \ ll' nilln 'tIx'E
TI lhe !' IouAtPl Mi uCt'i lo 'd .1-
it wenil .ii.-! and eCe!ti .1iil\
increaxsd '' w hie inergCe I

aJ he mi istakl Ie l s, o
niairi people '!,akx' Il mittint i
inm olved in polltis,.\" \ iehil
Cnttitinix'ld. "1 wIas lS tilvl'L to .0
meeting It developed that in
about tour or flie months
someone i had to runny t!he
Sa mpaignir I wX as the
unfortunate otine"


a shot that was heard around ilic


Pray that the P.L.P. fail to burst the Bahamian ball ... because
that too would be a noise that would be heard around the world.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
It is easy in the world to live after the world's opinions; it is
easy in solitude to live after our own; but the Great Man is lie vwhot
in the midst of the crowd kIeps with perfect sweetness the
independence of solitude. I MNIERSON


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DISNEY DELIGHT That's what's in the minds of 23 students and five teachers from
H.O. Nash Junior High School as they board an Eastern Airlines jet for a tour of Disney
World. Leading the group is Mr. Eric Mahabir, right, teacher at the school. Mr. Roy Davis,
left, Eastern sales manager who made travel arrangements, sees the group on their way.


14-S peed / Association last Wednesday
I4 pee twhy it was necessary for hi
Ministry to finance various
Pushbutt n Model 661 trips abroad for Ministr\
Pushbuton personnel,
00 he Minister, listing some o
$360 d the promotional events tha
Blender will take place this year
F B Goombay Summer, Bahama
F- 500 and Miami-Nassau powe
MILTOH BEACH scoa i rn" ponw
boat races, the Annual Ou
OMAMILTOM WRSA H SCOVILL IIsIand Regatta, and
international golf, fishing, anm
tennis tournaments stated
that "all of these activities:
require a lot of publicity an<
leg-work to ensure their success
A Available in and to see that we get the mos
Harvest Gold out of them.
"-This." he said, "is one o

High/Low range selector the Ministry's most important
switch travel on the part of Ministl.
officials, hoteliers and private
N 40 oz. glass container sector representatives.
"A prime example of thi
sort of htiSi,," the Ministe
aT,]-pointed out, "was the 197.
trip to Acapulco, Mexico, tha
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(ASTA) Annual Convention.
IMPORTANT I
'ASTA is the largest and
most important travel
organization in North
America." Mr. Maynard said.
'"and delegates are sent 1by
every country in the s world that
is involved in tourism to try
and influence ASI'A members.
Some 5.000 kex travel
executives attend this
convention and it is essential
for the Bahamas to make an
impact on these people. In
fact, the Ministry stall group
was only a small part of the
whole Bahamas delegation
which included many hoteliers.
"The importance of this
nmleeting is enhanced w hen ione
realized that 86 ot our
visitors are .A\ierican" lie ent
on, "and that travel agents
generate anr estimated t 5' of
this business I right also add
here that the amount spent on
the ASTA convention last \year
was but a fraction of that spent
on previous occasions when at
times the entire Royal
Bahamas Police Band attended
as a promotion.
"'The fact is that whenever 1,
or any of my colleagues at the
Ministry, appear on a television
programme or radio show, or
convention in the United
States or elsewhere, the
inevitable result is increased
awareness of the Bahamas
which consequently generates
more business for us and,
coincidentally, simulates cus-
totiers for you, gentlemen,"
Mr. Maynard told the realtors.
S trhe realtors luncheon 1wa
held at the East Hlill Club.
On February 7, it was
reported that Tourism Minister
Clement Maynard made 24
official trips overseas in 173
at a cost of $29,306.64 for
himself and his entourage.
Ile was accompanied on I 1
of those trips by Mrs. Maynard.
Figures on the Minister's
travels were revealed in the
House following questions
tabled by Clarence ITo wn
representative Michael
Lightbourn (Ind )
I \'l \'ISFS
Mr, Lightbourn had earlier
asked that the Hlouse be told
how mriany overseas trips tlhe
Minister had made last year on
government bu-siness and tlhe

Judge raps
Guardian report
HilGHt ('OU RI judge Samuel
Graham corinniented bneftl
yesterdayy at the occurrence t .a
report ot Monday 's proceedinics
which had him "acceding to a
request by defence lajwver ('\ril
fountain. who lha in fact never
appeared before him at all.
Referring to a copy of Iuesdal s
edition of [he Nassau Guardian.
which lie particularly requested a
court clerk to bring him, lie told
counsel in the case that they swere
present Monday and could )udge
the accuracy of the report.
The judge, a former
school teacher and journalist until
his call to the bar at Gray's nn ir
1949, said he marvelled at hoi
such occurrences happened.
He told the lawyers that tihes
could observe whether or not fats.
as they are given to the public
really happen. And he stated that at
no time did he refer anN case to the
lower court nor did attorney
Fountain appear before him at all
And, in a jibe that produced
some snickers from counsel, he
added. "nor do any of s ot
resemble Mr. mountain feel "
Only The Tribune and /NS wserr
present during Monda s
proceedings. The paragraph referred
to by the judge stated that -i
another section of the Supreme
Court. Justice Samuel Grahian
acceded to a request by defend
lawyer Csril Fountain that two o
his defendants charged with tws
counts of armed robbery, br
charged in the juvenile court."
The judge said he was pointin
this out as similar occurrences ha
taken place previously.


n a e s of aill t hose
accompanying him on each trip
in an official capacity\
The Clarence Town member
also wanted to know the
destinations with an itemised
breakdown of the cost of each
trip.
A statement gi ing a
breakdown on each trip was
tabled by Mr. Ma\nard.
It showed cost of air tare,
hotel, ground transportation,
miscellaneous expenses
including meals and incidentals
and the final total of
S 29.306.64.
The 24 trips covered
Florida, Texas. Mexico.
Canada. Jamaica, the United
States and the Paicific to
Australia.
The most expensive visit was
to Acapulco, Mexico when Mr.
Maynard and a party of five
spent 53,601.85 in four days.
Of that amount S 1.455.84 was
spent on air fare.
Mr. Maynard was
accompanied by Mrs. Maynard,
Mr. Dan Lewis and Mr. Basil
Albt, both assistant directors
of tourism, and Miss V.
Campbell and Mrs. Juanita
Care, both Ministry of
tourism personnel.



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NOTICE
ESTATE OF THE LATE
)R VICTOR GEORGE HORAN

O.i ,,.. tha ,t a' persons., having
'. i. ,s ,atlinst the above-namllled
'l' to i se tend tlthe same dul k
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; '. i-'. gi, ehi thitI at the
S' oe lCentionlled the
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NOTICE
STATE.OF THE LATE
: iVY GWENDOLYN STUART

S':\ t i l all p iersons having
I .!:' 'l the ali e-nu I ed
N ' .l id l ti le ,tIe' dtlhe
.!.':'<':: d ,'; I or bel+ ore the


S;, e. !en that iat tilhe
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to meet the toughest
requirements and the
roughest treatment. It is
strongly built to take a real
beating. It is powered by a
1.6 liter, four-cylinder
(horizontally opposed) engine
with term ostatically
controlled air cooling and a
downdraft carburettor with
automatic choke, accelerator
pump and a specially
effective filter. This keeps the


Miller

re-elected

BERNARI) L MILLt R,
president of ABC' Motors Ltd.
was re-elected tfor a second
ternt as president ot tile
Bahamas Motor Dealers
Association


The annual mnecting of the
BMDA was held at the offl ices
of the Bahamas Chamiler of
Commerce

Elected vice-presidentt was
Roy V Smitlh. managing
director ot Nassau Motor ('o
Ltd.. Donald Clarke. also of
Nassau Motors, was elected
treasurer. Secretary is M,
Oakley Bidwell of McD)ertmott
Associates, Ltd

Other board members are
Russell Madill. A I.D., Marcel
Albury, Alhuir's Supply Ltd..
John Bet hell, Bahamas
Automobile Co. Ltd.; Wayde
Sands, Bahamas Bus & Truck,
Ltd.: Charles Roberts, Bay
Street Garage, Ltd.: Aaron
Knowles. Central Garage Ltd.;
Donald Johnson, Lcononmy
Cars Ltd.; Kirkwood Malcolm,
Malcolm Auto Parts Ltd.; T.
Albert Sands, Rock Sound
Auto Parts, Ltd. and Wesley
Treco, Tyreflex Ltd.


Thing highly reliable even
under extreme weather
conditions. Because the
rear-mounted engine is sitting
on the drive wheels. traction
is always excellent.
Its powerful climbing
capabilities are made possible
by the favourable
transmissions and the special
graduation of the fully
synchronized four-speed
manual gear box, the grip of
the large wheels and the
steady torque of the engine.
The Thing is proficient on
rough terrain and fast on the
road. And it can afford to do
without an expensive
additional gear box and
costly four-wheel drive. With
short overhangs, a ground
clearance of eight inches and
a belly clearance of nearly six
inches, the Thing is
well-equipped for driving on
rough ground.
The top of the Thing is
made of tough fabric coated
with PVC and can be easily
folded away out of sight. The
front windshield folds down,
the doors come off and the
car is ready for anything and
ready for people who can't


wait for roads to be built or
who want to get to
outlandish places fast and
reliably.
It has been built to drive
through plains, mountains
and deserts, through bush and
jungle, through tropical heat
or artic cold. rain or shine, up
steep mountains or through
marshy swamps. Plus this, it
has all the qualities of a good,
fast passenger car.
' Whether the Thing is to be
used for business or for
pleasure, it will be a reliable,
long-lived and thrifty car with
the added advantages of VW
quality and service.


The Tribune -- Thursday, April 11, 1974

+ --EII


FRANCE TO SAVE FUEL


PARIS The French Line said
Monday that it is continuing to
accept reservations for transatlantic
passages aboard the lin,-r France for
the summer months, but that the
speed of the vessel will be reduced
to save fuel.
The France, the world's largest
liner, has been running at a heavy
deficit and the situation was
aggravated by the sharp increase in
oil prices. The operating company
told the government that it could
no longer keep the France in service
unless the government agreed to
make up the deficit.
No official government decision
has been announced, but sources
close to the transport ministry said
unofficially that the ship would
soon be taken out of service.
Newspapers speculated that the
France would he laid up Ma, 20,
and many reports have circulated
that it has been offered for sale.
A French Line spokesman said


that the company hds ies\er
stopped taking reservations for the
summer season 011n tlie I
Havre Southhampton Ne\s Ysork
run. But the schedule this year calls
for a 6-day crossing instead of thi
four and one half days 'i prei,,,u,
years. The spokesman sild the
reduced speed would result in a 2,i
per cent fuel saving. A |all t
Bremerhaven. (ermnan%, started list
year. has been discontinued





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ESTATE OF THE LATE
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Notice is hereby given that all persons having
any claims or demands against the above-named
Estate are requested to send the same July
certified to the undersigned on or beIlre the' l Ilrd
day of May ne\t.

And Notice is hereby also given that at tilh
expiration of thle time above mentioned the assets
of the deceased will be distributed aJong thie
persons entitled thereto having regard only to thll
claims of which the tlxecutors shall then iha\ had
notice.

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The Tribune. -. Thursday, April 11, 1974




Keep Bay Street clean,


merchants ordered


EASTER


BANKING


HOURS


The undersigned banks will be open

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


April 12


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THE Health Ministry's Department of Environmental Health Services, is moving toward stricter enforcement of
its garbage collection regulations in their application to downtown Nass,,au. One hundred and sixty merchants have
just received from the department circulars which set out in detail the wa% firms should go about storing refuse.


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"All depositing of litter,
boxes, swill and garbage on any
street, road or sidewalk must
be immediately discontinued,"
said the circulars.
The department has opted
for stringent enforcement
primarily because a number of
merchants put their rubbish on
sidewalks around closing time
in the afternoon. Between then
and the normal pickup hours. 6
to 8 am. daily, the garbage is
often blown about and tugged
around by animals, creating
unhealthy and unaesthetic
conditions
Businessmen were told in
the hand-delivered circulars:
"In order to help your
Department of 1 environmental
Health Services serve you more
efficiently, the following
procedure should be strictly
observed:
"I1. A protected storage area
must be provided within three
yards of your gate for garbage
and litter I his storage area
must be open daily between
the hours of t 30 a.m. and
7:30 a.m. to permit service by
this department.
"2. A sufficient number of
properly constructed litter bins
niust be provided, with covers,
and all trash, litter and garbage
must be placed in these bins
with in the storage aiea before
6 30 each morning. Monday
through Saturday
"3. All empty boxes must be
crushed, neatly packaged and
then placed b\ the side of or
within your storage booth for
collection.
"In the case of non-service
by ( a.m. oni any da, except
Sunday and public holidays,
please notify the Cleansing
Superintendent at telephone
3-6008.
"It is sincerely hoped that
you will comply with the
above re conlmmendations in
order to help us provide a more
etticient service Ilowever.
youth non-comn pliance will
result iin the serving of an
official order on you. and your
prosecution in the MNagistrate's


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Cardboard cartons on a Bay Street pavement in the afternoon. The Department of
Environmental Health Services is urging firms not to put out rubbish until
garbage-collectingtime in the early morning hours.


court t
"PleIase nole that you will be
required to immediately abate
any nuisance created on your
property by the improper
collection and a storage of any
garbage. swill or litter after the
official collection service tor
the day has passed .All
depositing of litter, boxes, swill
and garbage on any street, road
or sidewalk must he
immediately disconitinued.
Rules mniade under the
Ilealth Services Act state that
the duties of the sscavengers
shall le to remove all
sweepings of yard and kitchens
and aln\ household reIfuse
desposited "in barrels, boxes or
other suitable receptacles.
placed within three yardss of
the gate or entrance to every
premises within the said
district, at least once in everyN
week.
Rule 13 (1) says that every


person who dei tLCposits [hIe
C carc.is it atin aiinil ,idi\
garbage, C retIse 01r I il-I I-, h ,!
an\ deca i|pll\n tIll; IA lth c
slde ol aii\ s t it eelt. rC. i J. ii
I ts I l' t t ,ipll h ti Cllci C 1t 1111 ..I

tin n or iler gl c lie LI t'lia
on l ieign i d dIhI llhing"
ground shill be l on


Imprison inc n I Ic [ n 1.1
Ill a xII)Ilud lille o .1 m oI ll 0 1I s )I
imp isonimeiit C i pen.i lt ls r
it xii iinin line t six months s' ni prl istineI nt AI le c
pecn lt\ is no\\ be ig rc\liscd.


I lie iccognlli/e dumpl ng
ground is on Blue I I ill Ro.Iad
anld is open t the lpibih he\Cen
days a week
I nvirton I nen tal I II altli
Services is unable to makeC
:itternooit collections in the


citl centre because its staffers'
'Aorkda. is 1 from 6 a.m. to 3:30
p in. and garbage vehicles are
uenerall\ not allowed in the
4rea between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.
cit fear ot traffic congestion.
Dl)\ntoiiw Nassau, Nassau
International Airport and the
Princess Margaret Hospital are
hie o>nl\ places with daily
reluis, piC. klps
()n another matter, the
d1eparl Iti ent said that
cJpoMit ng garbage in places
otier lihn the Blue Hill Road
dimp I,,s illegal Health Rule 13,
SInch has already been
iclerred to. explains this, and
sects out the penalty for
con IcLtion When trash is left
on private premises it is the
Swner's responsibility to
pursue prosecution: in the case
ot dulmiping on government
property the department could
take legal action.


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The Tribune - Thursday, April 11, 1974


Eugenio Benini in his studio


Beliit i




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S .i M BI NlN. a
ll hold a
: I l x ib oti in
m \nl 15S


-.';. will take
- i;,. gho t the
S publc rooms
Beach Hotel.
Slrge canvases
ies iacryvlcs


renit ng all
Sover the


:;,, t. / ~ringe tron
eigura ve
11% i;as nv ses
t- ,; enllit
: ., a light
childhood
S- general

S.-r Mondiay


A. T OFFICER


Rose in black and greys.
opening reception by sales will be donated to
invitation will begin at the YMCA Aquatics
.30 p.m. The reception programme.
will be manned by The exhibition will be
members of the YMCA open to the public from
Aquatics staff and 25 Tuesday, April 16 through
percent of the proceeds of Saturday, April 20.


BIG GIFTS

CHAIRMAN
JOHN T. Kimball, general
chairman of the Y.M.C.S.
Building Fund Drive
announced that Joel C. Smith
(pictured) has accepted the
position of chairman of the Big
Gifts Committee.
Mr. Smith is the managing
director of John S. George
(Bahamas) Limited, and has
resided on Grand Bahama for
six years.
He is a native of Florida, a
member of the Chamber of
Commerce, and past president
of the Freeport Rotary Club.
He and his wife Barbara have
three daughters.
Mr. Smith is also a member
of the Y.M.C.A. board of
directors.
In his capacity as Big Gifts
Committee chairman. Smith is
responsible for enlisting 10
assistant chairmen, and 50
other committeemen who will
solicit some 300 prospects for
large gifts to the Y.M.C.A.
Building Fund.
Ihis phase of the drive
begins on Wednesday, April 3
with a luncheon at the "Y"
Building.
Goal of this group is
$90,000.
Smith said that he is very
impressed with the quality and
quantity of the work being
done by the Y.M.C.A. with
youth and families on Grand
Bahama, and is pleased to have
the opportunity to join in the
public effort to raise $400.000
which will be used to construct
a gymnasium, locker rooms
and showers, offices and added
programme spaces, as well as to
establish the new admin-
istrative centre in the Eight
Mile Rock community.


1



Talk about different types vendors with his funny and
of tourist? This little guy was unusual looking face.
pictured making the rounds His name is Tex Whistle
through the straw market in and he is with the Main St.
Rawson Square. Singers now appearing at the
For a half hour he amused Talk of the Town in the
Bahamians, tourists and straw Nassau Beach Hotel.


ANOTHER T.V. WINNER: In the foreground receiving
her free T.V. is Mrs. Christine Hall, a secretary of
McKinney, Bancroft and Hughes Law Firm. Sharing the
excitement and assisting Mrs. Hall with her prize are left to
right: Mr. David Saunders, president Quality Supermarkets
Ltd., Mr. George Munnings, manager at Big "Q" and Mr.
Sloane Farrington, managing director Quality Supermarkets


TO VISIT FREEPORT


t In ths- vs't Freepurt. Grand Bahama
Sin Nass:u will on April 18 and 19 between
the hours o t a min and 5:30
p,'n to atte-nd to passport
iiatters
The officer will be located in
the Government's adminis-
trative office, in the Sun
Alliance Building on Pioneers
Way..


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Re .," .ii- r t,. are being accepted from
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PRE.-.F' TLY enrolled in Nassau Christian
Schools
OFFICE CLOSED FOR EASTER HOLIDAYS
A RIL 12 THRU 21st.
; n available at the school
l l by May 1st will forfeit
a pptlants after May 1st
ved ba's5s

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NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that EVERALD CONTINTINE
FOLKES of Hawksbill City, Freeport, Grand Bahama P. O.
Box F-2666 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 ROBERT EDWARD
CORDES of 17 Santa Maria Avenue, Freeport, Grand
Bahama Island 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 LAURIS FFRENCH of 5
Taino Apts. P. O. Box F908, 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 JOYCE MARVA FFRENCH
of 5 Taino Apts. P. 0. Box F-908, 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 KATHLEEN POMEROY of
106 Fairway Manor Freeport Grand Bahama Island 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 ALBERT JAMES POMEROY
of 106 Fairway Manor Freeport Grand Bahama Island 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 MR. LEON MOISE
EMMANUEL of Pinder's Point Grand Bahama P. 0. Box
F-2185 Freeport Grand Bahama is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation 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 Bahamas.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that EUGENE ST. JOSEPH
O'SULLIVAN of P. 0. Box F2450 Freeport 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. O. Box N-3002
Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MARID DE CHAVARRIA of
56 Drake Avenue, Freeport, Grand Bahama, 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 4th day of April 1974 to The Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs
P. O. Box N-3002, Nassau.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that FREDERICK WILSON
MACKENZIE of Coral Road, 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 4th 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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The Tribune - Thursday, April 11,1974 9


THE SWAMI'S


EASTER PEACE


Chanting for peace aboard
the Canada Goose and other
assorted boats in a water
procession, a Good Friday
meditation and an Easter
Saturday yoga demonstration
are among the events planned
for the Easter Yoga Peace and
Health Festival to be held at
the Yoga Retreat on Paradise
Island this weekend.
Among those taking part in
the four-day Festival which
starts Friday will be Sant
Keshavadas, the spiritual leader
from India, Shambu Das, the
famous sitar player, and Swamii
Vishnu Devananda, world
authority on Hatha and Raja
Yoga and founder of the Yoga
Retreat.
Sant Keshavadas, whose
main centre is in Bangladore,
India, has founded ashrams and
meditation centres in many
countries, including the U S.A..
Trinidad and Canada. lie is
famed as a musician, dramatist.
writer and saintly man. and has
omposed a number of
spiritual songs.
Shambu Das. Ravi Shankar',.
top sitar pupil, will be visiting
the Bahamas from York
University in Canada where he
is professor of classical Indian
music. Born in Benares, India.
hie studied the sitar under
Shankar for 12 years and has
performed in concert in many
countries. He pertorned fori
Nassau residents at the
I:arrnington Stuidli on
Wednesday Svaiili \islinu
Devananda, founder of the
many Sivananda Yoga Centres
in the U.S.A., C(anada Israel
and Hawaii, will he ,I talks
oin Yoga. Author of the
i. fliii. book "The Complete
Illustrated Book of Yoga "
now in its twelfth printing he
will arrange for pratiC.il
demonstrations of how Y'oga
encourages a sound mind b\
fostering a sound body.
Apart from this aspect ot
lHatha Yoga. other devotional


practices will help enhance the
Christian ohserr.nce o I aster.
It has been pointed out bh
learned Christiai that the
stud. of Yo'.I help-, to
reiintforce anc d nd ,iiI ,, i the
Christian faith as indeed it does
with any of the world's great
religions Jesuits or illstince.
have evolved ct !i editat iinal
technique which lcimbles that
of riga and thl.. pi actoi e 0l this
philisophl in it hi t to iii
is in! ltat J dC tivotil(O il
technique, hlk, p-pi I et \ c
perfuming g tod wirks.
The Yoga Retreat, whichII
was established in 1 '- 7 hias
attracted students ofi Yoiga
from all over tive wo'Id
Includip. leader> in tile ails
and froil the .iidemi nlld
political worhi, i ks, ll aIl
representatives v diti c'.1t
religions

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K-Mates

contribute
The K-Mates of Fort
Montagu, a women's auxilliary
of the Fort Montagu Kiwanis
Club, recently presented
cheques during a luncheon
meeting to the Children's
Emergency Hostel and the
Bahamas Red Cross to aid the
work of the two institutions.
The K-Mates meet monthly
at the Sheraton-British
Colonial Hotel PHOTOS:
Rickey Wells.


'The Last Days' at Cathedral


I he AiYPA Cathedral
P'lais. who two months ago
eate S\ t verymanI will
present a passion play, (again
in the storm of a Chancel drama
incorporated into even songs iat
Cl Cshi Church Cathedral) o.
(,ood Fridas April 12 at 7 00
p.m. with tmore performances,
mn April IfW. 17 and 18.
Ihc .si l :tys" pre.s'it
the story i I Il. \Week


ARMY

CHIIAPLAIN

AT
TEMPLE


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Paioral Pa dt.'l I duat Fort
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efcn Ac t heolncal tlainomelg
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Temple, and Mrs. Jennings.
STUDENT CHALLENGE


SAO )PAUI 0 Students at
the university of Sao Paulo are
challenging President Frnesto
Geisel, the new leader of
Bratil's atithoritariain regime, in
a LiaIpIIs iicamipaign against
political arrests.
The protest movement,
involving hundreds of persons,
is a major departure from an
extended political blackout in
Brazilian universities. (AP)


perhaps the moist stirrin'v
drama in the whole ( hristiall
Year. for IFaster Week is the
crisis, the miumeni t of greatest


tritph marks lith- beginning
t ItIe endc l I ile event S
following till, n'e ove
switli\ through lite 1)ear al Of
Jesuis. hi's tin l. .ind his
shameful crucifixion.


ON Holy Saturday. April 13.
there 'i be no services at
Freeport's Mar., Star of the
Sea Roman ('atholit Church
until I1 p.ii when the solemnin
master Vigil service with the
lighting oi the sacred lire. the
reading of the prophesies in the
Old Festaient, the blessing of
the Baptismal water. the
renewal of Baptlinal vows by
all prewni'! and the chlan";l of
the litany of thie saints, will
begin
I he soileCmn Mass ot the
Resut itcIi)in %will begin at
approximately midnight.


Uean William ranger
accepts a $500 cheque for the


On Faster Sunday four
Masses will be offered,
according to the usual Sunday
schedule, at 8:30. 10. and
11:30 in the morning and at
6:30 in the evening.


Hostel from Mrs. Lorraine
Philpot.


:top coflecin



Efli receipt:



move into a quality-built home of


41 your own, now ready for occupancy,


for only $191 per month at







:X! i,.the New Providence
Development Company's new planned
community on Western Road, 4/10 mile West
of the Lyford Cay roundabout.


WHAT YOU GET
3-bedroom house with a Community TV antenna.
bathroom, kitchen, living-X-
dining room, vinyl floor tiles, Public scheduled bus service to
kitchen cabinets & formica Nassau.
-' counter tops.
counter tops Within walking distance of
Re inforced poured-concrete shopping centre including
construction throughout, in- supermarket, pharmacy,
cluding roof and floors. Ter hardware store and bank.
-mite-proof, hurricane-proof.
Low price made possible Convenience store (under
through unique CON TECH construction).
construction system. Planned playground & public
-. school
e Central sewerage disposal.
e Medical Centre & Police
All roads paved. Station nearby.

WHAT YOU PAY
$19,500 CASH
If.oudon'thavethefulldownpaymentoOR $1,950 down payment and $191.59 per month, or $45 per week, on 90 per
cent 15-year 10V2 per cent interest mortgages offered qualified applicants.
e $1,950at an, put up i[ .!I I. llwhatever you ca..nWe
will accept mont ly ayensf 5utl.* Plus standard mortgage expense and purchaser's expense for required
havepa'idthetotalof$1,950,atwhinsurance coverage. Alsoestimated monthly chargeof $15 by Mt. Pleasant
Property Owners Assn. (to which all purchasers will automatically
time a.contractfoyo nwhousei lll!belong), to cover cost of garbage pick-up and disposal, fire protection,
maintenance of streets, greenways, etc. Also community post box at
Nassau GPO for daily pick-up at Mt. Pleasant.

kAe unfAc PENF I FO112 IiNSPECTION DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAYS FROM 2 to 6 p.m.


F U I R..i i. I
MO RLEY &HOMEN EA STT

HARRIS UILDI N ISOUTH S IDrf EiL l



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EASTER MORN

AT MARY STAR


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that SAMUEL JENKINS MELVIN
of 50 Bamboo Cay, Freeport, 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 11th day of
April 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau.


MORTIMER EASTER BASKETS
MADE iN THE BAHAMAS ... LARGEST
ASSORTMENT IN THE BAHAMAS $ $15

SPECIAL-
BUY 1 QT. PEANUTS OR A
'h. BAG OF CANDIES AND
S GET $1.00 OFF ANY
BASKET OVER $5.
: ALSO: cotton candy,
popco s b, candied-apples n d
snow cones (the cooling o, e!)t

candy & Easter Basket
assot tin rent at .....

MORTIMER CANDY KITCHEN
EASTSTREET TEL.22572


IS ARDLY ANYTHING
WORLD THAT SOME
MAN CANNOT MAKREA LI ITLE
fwO S I AND S'tI A D
CHEAPER AND THE PEOPLE WHO
CONSIDER PRICE ONIY ARR
THIS MAN S LAWFUL PREY


WE OFFER QUALITY
BRAND NAMES

MANHATTAN
McGREGOR
FORSYTH
9 SPORT JACKETS
*I)DRESS SI[IRTS (long &short sleeves)
* PAJAMAS
* UNDERWEAR
* ENGLISH SUITINGS
(Poilyester. Mohair Terylene & Sharkskin)

BARRY'S LTD.
(OR ;ILORGI: & BAY STREETS
TFtLIFPIIONE 2-3118
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LARGEST GROUP TO

WIN DUKE OF

EDINBURGH AWARDS
I WI \ I II %%( RtAN RS. S wutj and pupils o high schools
as.au will rc,.ivce oid hiadge, undr the' Duke of I dinburgh e
'.ard i Scluc' this liii' the largc si group to w1, this award in
BAhaia Ima Iwentx six cal ditd. c ',il rI ci e Silver badges
lHis t .I > the o r n: ('ncialaL Si Milo Butler, will ..
-- nt the old and 5 '' id.oes p te succssiii,. candidates at:
oneti liI, u no Ii evxc'' n\ p' 1' -1 '.z


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t! : = )b l n n i.n .i r 1 h iohn.n ( n.i:. ('MPrIJn.i J loh t ard
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S itt ii i-- it ic t'tb iI tIi t in ;il\ [pc 'rs ,is iavint)r d
climi nol *. t i nni'i l lId thti. Ph ctitltmin shall otn or
bc tf Iic tlc 14th id \ of .JunLic A. 1). 1 7/4 file iI lthe
SuprICIitc' ( ilrt atind scrv'e oI the P1 titionir or tile
undcrsigncd a St'atsi'lclmncit of hlis Jlaim in the
prescribed i, iormi criticd b\ ,in Altl idait to be filed
thcrcvwith. I -iilnrc oi1 an1\ such pcrsion to file and
serve a Stiate'iiiciit o his claim on or before thc said
I4th day of Jouic A. 1). 1974 will opteratc as a bar
to such claim

BI THit ;LL C(OYrLII B & ZlIRVOUS
Attorneys for the Petitioner
The Bernard Sunley Building
Situate Bay Street in the City of
Nassau in the Island of New Providence.


FLORIDA SCOUTS ON WEEK'S VISIT


SCOUTS TO SCOUTS -- Nineteen members of the
Scouts Explorer Post Number 614 of Winter Park,
Florida shown being greeted on arrival at Nassauc
Airport by leaders and members of the 8th Bahamas
Unit (Trinity Troop) who will host the visiting
scouters for a week's stay at the Scouts Association
campsite at Adelaide. Shown welcoming the Explorer


troop ar Chief ( on iisio'ner J'ohn Philpot, members of 8th
Bahamas Unit, .'th Rny Davis. Lay Leader, 8th
Baha"mas Scoit'last'' Ephrianm Jones. on the far
rqghtL Kn =o i g ,' o t of Mr. Davis is Mrs Verdie
Wlym1n01 Ad-.'mIo: ,''" the E-plorer Unit, with Mrs.
Edn i- As' r' at 1 Adv or, behind her.


The Tribune - Thursday, April 11, 1974


GREAT ISAAC LIGHT

TO BE AUTOMATED


AFTER 115 years and more than
450 million flashes, the Great Isaac
light is joining the 20th. century.
The last in a string of light
keepers who have manned the
152-foot steel-plated structure since
1859 will soon abandon the post to
automation.
Replacing the ancient oil-burning
light, which has warned sailors of
the treacherous reefs surrounding
this tiny island about 20 miles
north of Bimini, is a battery-
powered electric lamp.
I he steel tower was first erected
in l.ondon's Hyde Park as part of
the Great Exhibition of 1851. an
ancestor of today's world's fairs.
It was disassembled and moved
to the Bahamas eight years later
and hts been in continuous
operation ever since, manned 365
day's a year through calm and
storm.
And with the exception of the
latest renovation. the tower has
undergone little change since it was
erected.
"It's amazing what they did in
those days with no modern
equipment," says Everett W.
Roherts. aithamas deputy port
director.
Stomc sailors have complained
.ihout the alteration, noting that
the number and duration of light s
fla.hes will bhe cut in half to one
quarter second flash ever% 15


seconds. Worry also has been
expressed over the reliability of the
automated light.
But Roberts says visibility of the
light has been increased from 10 to
23 miles and includes a radio
monitoring system which signals a
warning in case of a failure.
"If anything goes wrong we'll
dispatch a boat." Roberts said
"This is the first light of it's type to
be installed in the world. It is
powered by 132 batteries which
last a year without recharge."
The electric light was installed
leb. 14 but the two- man crews
which manned the oil lamp will
remain at the tower for another six
months before abandoning it to the
inews machine.
"Ve had a commnissioiiing part
when it was installed." Roberts
says. "But 1 don't think the mien
will he too sorry to leave. It's
pretty lonely' out there. And the%
work for three months with ne
month off."
The G(reat Isaacs light is mnit g
a number of lightlhouises in tiic
Bahamas scheduled lor
modernization. Included in the list
is the island nation's oldest light.
Hole-in-the Wall, a 108 fot, stio'
tower constructed at the southern
tip of Ahac in 1868.


Whats your






heart's desire?


A Royal Bank




Savings Account




can help you




get it. /


'I lie most important thing
;ibont savings is to do it
1 egulirly. When you do,
i;oii nlminey builds up.
A:Oithe[i Iolportintl thing is
l pit your savings to work
t"I '0l. aEarning interest, In
I Hie Helpful bank. Savings
ilei se'iilnty tor rainy
Iljas, tuturLe investments,
lse'\ihity li.
Sja\ ings also ofter you something else.
Yt'ur chance to buy your heart's desire.
Ieipt il Bankers in Nassau and the Family
Islanik can tell you about savings. Just ask one.


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F,',-ches throughout the Bahamas


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The Tribune - Thursday, April 1 1, 1974


...D.eo A b .




DEAR ABBY: As my husband and I were preparing to
make a trip to Europe by air, one of my so-called dearest
friends came to me and asked me if I would please get a
$50,000 airplane insurance policy naming her as the benefi-
ciary. She said she would gladly pay for the insurance!
I was shocked to say the least.
What do you think of such a suggestion from a supposed-
ly loving friend? I'd really like your opinion. PEACHES


DEAR PEACHES: Let me put it this way: If
friend" invited me to her home for dinner, I'd
she was loving, and I'd also take a food-taster


this "loving
wonder who
along.


DEAR ABBY: It's a cinch you've never been to Alaska,
otherwise you never would have told that 45-year-old wom-
an who was husband hunting to go there,
There are no extra marriageable men here. plus jobs are
scarce and prices are double. You should have told her not
to go to Alaska unless she had a round-trip ticket and
plenty of money. She's too old to be a go-go dancer.
ERMA IN ANCHORAGE

DEAR ABBY: A few months ago I was hospitalized for a
heart condition, and upon release, my doctor told me I had
to take it easy.
My son, his wife and their three very active young chil-
dren are neighbors to us, and the children are here more
than they are at home. They wear me out. but I can't bring
myself to send them home.
My husband hired a housekeeper to help me the last few
weeks, but my daughter-in-law has begun to "'borrow" her,
so once again I am alone with those undisciplined children.
My daughter-in-law is a good girl, and Im sure she
doesn't realize the toll the children take on me. She's also


Take a second look


at that 'loving friend'
very sensitive. My son tried talking to her about letting the
children spend so much time at my house un.supervisted. hut
she ended up in tears, all upset. and the n were back.
How can I handle this ithinu: hurting anyiin'" I blve
them all very much. NAMELESS OF < "i i -I
DEAR NAMELES.S: First, tell your housek-eper that she
is not to be "borrowed" bhv your daughter-in-lasw. Thuen tell
your daughter-in-law to please quit commandeering yxuur
help-that you love her and the kiddies, but you aren't up to
having them over unless she is there to discipline them.
Don't worry about her ending up in tears Better that than
you ending up in a box-before your time.
DEAR ABBY: You're the best in your field, but every
now and then even you make a mistake. Example Woman
engaged to man who wants to buy a farm. Sie refuss to
live on farm. He gives in. They live 28 years in ity
Now, with retirement approaching, he wants to huy a
modest 12 acres, where he can presumably aI iis- a little
garden, plant a few fruit trees, and perhaps keep a few
chickens. He wants to spend his latter years in healthy,
happy, prddu, ti.' a it i. a most commi.ndihble and
wholesome idea certainly
The wife had her way for 28 years. Yet you tell
her, "Don't give an inch or you'll wind up with '2 ..
Doesn't the husband have any rights? I say he should
buy his little retirement plot and move on itl. anid it she
doesn't want to go ,l'niii' .. n' riddance!
D)ON I GI.lAH{l Ki\S
DEAR DON: When you put it that say. I'll have to adimit
you make a lot of sense, so after thinking it over I sMiren-
der, dear.
DEAR ABBY: I read i interest :and envy the ', h.l*'
from the womn;t whose husband wanted to share her with
his friends. I should he so lucky!
Twelve years ago I married a man wiho waI so ,fl'c"tive-
ly taught in his childhood that sex was dirty, thnt aftle 12
years of marriage he still thinks sex is sinful.
Need I tell you what kind of a bed partner tie Iha- ,lx i' I
have had a lot of time to think :bouiit it. aind if I 'it to
choose between promiscuity and abstisncte. ile ite.i tie, I'd
choose promiscuity l DOIN, WIlTHOt-lT IN GAINESVII.I,:


DEAR I)DOING: I
her, "promiscuity"
lieve my mail. And


BILLY PAUL BILLY PAUL BILLY I'AUL ILLY I'iL .
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SHE'S HERE! C0
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BILLY PAUL 4it ser
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^BILLY PAUL BILLY PAUL BILLY PAUL BILLY PAUL
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A ESCAPSE
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overlooking beautiful Paradise Beach

\ Pleasant service of reasonably priced meals under t
\ personal direction of Bernard Perron.
S9:30Breakfast Lunch Dinner. Open from 7:30 a.m. to
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f ~~Paradis BahPvilion is just west of the Holiday I
TICKETS ON SALE T 44W
AT THE DOOR -- .'

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YOUR TICKET TO PARADISE!




from the hum drum
to the TROPICAL SETTING of tt

g PARADISE BEACH PAVILI
o overlooking beautiful Paradise Beach
~Pleasant service of reasonably priced meals under 1
personal direction of Bernard Perron.
Breakfast@e Lunch Dinner. Open from 7:30 a.m. to
RESERVATIONS: 5-7541
Paradise@ Beach Pavilion is lust west of the Holiday I
WHERE JAMES BOND MADE THUNDEIRBALL


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REX MORGAN, M.D. Dal Curtis
I ~ UABEF( .ta WEP kn 7o4 SEEMELDTOUlNDEtRST'AHND'
- COME HOME ,,. U -,.. ,EXACTLY HOW I FELT AND
::i' r t K Atj ECOOME UNNING fAt t -,LOTI" .. lF iTH WE D TALK ABOUt IT ANP[
I[ k t ATD '0 d~iR WOULD BE i t ,IR a uT "L/ME Il [LE SOON WE' I) OTH --
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JUDGE PARKER Paul Nichols
--. ,....---. z I.- w KNEW I'LL BE TAKING GOOD N -oGO RIGHT INTO MR. RIVER'S
'OKAY I LL PICK UP THAT YOU'D TAKE CARE OF IT, LEFTY! OFFICE! HE'S EXPECTING
|PACKAGE AND G'E IT TO CARE OF YOU, MiSS CALVIN!
I ON 'A' SBUT T A LOT IT FOR ME. oo
Q OF CAC, TO SE WALKIN' ERNIE! a
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APARTMENT 3-G


don't "'envy" voiu. either, tint emtein-
is no111 pass to paradise if \oi can he-
I do.


DEAR ABBY My husband 'is al:iii,>" pirit' W .' ,,eet
married for three years and get aloni it iit. '' ,,
problem. When we are Aitlh people Norton:' i i v> *,n,'' I
am forever :, i,. up excuses for him. lik' et 'i, is
tired tonight:' or. Norton isnt fet l g v r' ', i;
When he and I ;:ir-* alhiin +)e to peher Pi !ill,' bli. "\Uienl
we're in coimptintx i, el tta'- ot i 1P e pl k-ep ;' '.' ,i' 'ni' if
he's mad
Have you any ,,.. .' i t.for hin,'" it r -"
",OI'I- T i \ S \WItF
DEAR WIFE: Tell Norton that silence is sit. thn',s mists
taken for unfriendliness, so to please ti to be mtire- socia
ble. But don't nia him about it He es probably sh', and too
much pushing on your part will make htin even more self-
conscious,

CONFIDENTIAL TO I' \1;:1 I;1',.i N I' \HFN'NTS: Fl'on
your letter I would say that yon did your best. Now. quit
punishing yourselves. Some ptiarentis train up a child in the'
way he should go." and out of sheer spite and rebellion, the
child deliberately den:arts ftm it


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WEATHER
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14 to 22 m.p.h.
Weather: Mainly fair
Sea Slight to miodeiate
leimp: Min. tonight 68
Max. tomorrow 84


STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD


By AerKtzky


ANLT GUESS WHO'5 GOING TO
MOVE INTO THE PENTHOUSE
TtIP~ R/CK LEVEL!
HiS TV SHOW IS
ON IN TEN MINUTES/ !
W WE'RE GOING
| 1 U TO WATCH HIM I
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Saunders & Overgard


By Stan Drake


.SPECIALLY WHEN IT'S PISCOVERE' THAT
l ~MY' CLIENT, F ". L-
ALL RIGHT BARON- FLANIERS, -.'.
YOU'VE ESTABLISHED EXIST. YOU VE EVEN
IS LOSING ENORMOLS SUPPLE ME WITH
SUMS OF MONEY BuTAWi
GAMBLING -.- SO NOW I'M
A PRIME SUSPECT.


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CLASSIFIED


REAL ESTATE


C14073
2 bedroom house Johnson
Terrace, wully uur shed wall
to wall carpet, larqe patio
$30.000. Tel b lO days
42463 after' b ro ,

C14095
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APARTMENT'S
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EAST BAY STRE i I
WEST BAY STREET
HOTELS and HOTEL SITES.
BEACH LOTS. COMMER.
CIAL LOTS. RESIDENTIAL
LOTS
ACREAGE FOR
DEVELOPMENT IN THE
NASSAU AND FAMILY
ISLANDS SUCH AS GRAND
BAHAMA LONG ISLAND,
ELEUTHERA, ABACO
45 ACRE CAY IN THEFT
EXUMAS WI I1t ,.)( E P
WATER ARBOUR AND
MORE
CALL
DAVSON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENCY
ohone 21178 or 80932 21178
P. 0. Box N-4648
Nassau, Bahamas.


REAL ESTATE


C14096
1L you have $1950 cash and
qua 'fy for the mortgage you
can oe in a MT. PLEASANT 3
bedrooms house 30 days from
now T, 24148 or 23027
Mc lev O'Brien Real Estate.
1- ---
C1176
LOT in Blair near Tuckaway.
2aii 2-3041 between 9 and 5,
4-1346 matter 6.


FOR RENT

C14013
2 BE DROOM duplex
apartment Sans Souci.
Telephone 5-2398

C14130
T wo, Furnished and
Air Conditioned, 1-bedroom
apartments, Centreville. Ring
5 8679, ask for Mr Pritchard

C 141 56
EASTERN ROAD one and
two bedroom apartments with
patio, Dool, phone, attractively
:urri shed Call 4-2387
mornings

C14024
COTTAGES and apartments
month v airconditioned,
fully furnished, maid service
available. Lovely garden and
swimmring pool, Telephone
31297 31093.

C i4169
, '. ,iRN attractive three
bedroom two bathroom
fuirished houses, available for
't:-q term lease.
Situate on sizeable landscaped
n the Grove just off West
BJe Steet. one with swimming
P: "i Contac t telephone
- o403,


:14199
SNE furnished efficiency or
bachelor apartment Clifton
Street. Shirley Heights. $110
per nonth. Call 5-6963.

PUBLIC AUCTION
C14051
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his premises on Albury Lane
five doors from Shirley Street
on the right hand side in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence on Friday
the 19th day of April A.D.,
1974 at 12 00 o'clock noon
the ..... property:-
ALL that Condominium
Unit namely Urnt Number
Twenty (20) in Building
1D'' being a part of
Waterfront Townhouses 1
ConidorinIum situate at
Great Harbour Cay in the
Retry Islands which said
Condominium Unit is that
described in an Indenture of
Conveyance dated the 7th
day of July. A.D 1971 and
made between Residential
Res, o r t Developments
Limited o' the one part and
Moore Securities Limited of
the other part and now of
record in the Registry of
Recoros in the City of
Nassau n Volume 1801 at
pages 1 to 16 and entitles
the Borrowers to an
undivided share in the
Com mon property
-i p p u r t e n a rn t t O
kCondorminum Unit Number
I wenty (20) subject to
( rtain terms conditions
restrictions covenants and
stipulationss mentioned and
referred to in the said
Sndenture of Conveyance
dated the 7th day of July
A D 1 9 7 1 amnd the
D e c a r a t i n o f
C or-domimnum dated the
16th day of February A.D.,
1971 and recorded
'r the said Registry of
Records in Volume 1714 at
pages 1 to 30 inclusive.
The property is being sold
'ider the power of sale
contained in an Indenture of
Mortgage dated 7th day of
July. A.D.. 1971 between
Moore Securittes Limited and
Re s i den t i a l Resort
Developments Limited and
recordedd in the Registry of
Recuids in Volume 1949 at
paqes 485 to 502 which said
Mortgage was assigned to
Mai( Jay Investments Inc.
The sla e is subject to a reserve
Pri e anrid the right for the
Auctionreer or any person on
his Dehalf to bid up to that
price
Terms 10% of the purchase
price at the tire of sale and
balance on completion.
DATFD this 20th day of
March A.D.. 1974. .
HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer
C14049
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his premises on Albury Lane
five doors from Shirley Street
on the right hand side in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence on Friday
the 19th day of April A.D.,
1974 at 12.00 o'clock noon
the following property:-
ALL that Condominium
Unit namely Unit Number
Seven (7) of Building "B"
being a part of Waterfront
T ow n h o u se s 1 1
Condominium situate at
Great Harbour Cay in the
Berry Islands which said


PUBLIC AUCTION


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

C14050
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his premises on Albury Lane
five doors from Shirley Street
on the right hand side in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence on Friday
the 19th day of April A.D.
1974 at 12:00 o'clock noon
the following property:.
ALL that Condominium
Unit namely Unit Number
Twenty-two (22) of Building
'"E" being a part of
Waterfront Townhouses 1
Condominium situate at
Great Harbour Cay in the
Berry Islands which said
Condominium Unit is that
described in an Indenture of
Conveyance dated 9th day
of August, A.D., 1971 and
made between Residential
Resort Developments
Limited of the one part and
Sturdy Corporation
Limited of the other part
and now of record in the
Registry of Records in the
City of Nassau in Volume
1835 at pages 54 to 69 and
entitles the Borrowers to an
undivided share in the
Common property
appurtenant toI
Condominium Unit Number
Twenty two (22) subject to
certain terms conditions
restrictions covenants ard
stipulations mentioned and
referred to in the said
Indenture of Conveyance
dated the 9th day of August,
A.D., 1 97 1 and the
Declaration o f
Condominium dated the
16th day of February, A.D.,
1971 and recorded in the
said Registry of Records in
Volume 1714 at pages 1 to
30.
The property is being sold
under the power of sale
contained in an Indenture of
Mortgage dated the 9th day of
August, A.D., 1971 between
Sturdy Coporation Limited
and Residential Resort
Developments, Limited and
recorded in the Registry of
Records in Volume 1835 at
pages 36 to 53 which said
mortgage was assigned to
Marc-Jay Investments Inc.
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.


Dated this 20th, day of March
A.D., 1974.
HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer.


C14189
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his premises on Albury Lane
five doors from Shirley Street
on the right hand side in the
Eastern district of the Island of
New Providence on Friday the
26th day of April A.D. 1974 at
12 o'clock noon the following
property :-
ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land situate in the
City of Nassau (formerly the
Eastern District) in the said
Island of New Providence
and bounded on the North
partly by land formerly the
property of a certain
Knowles and partly by land


HELP WANTED


formerly the property of
Robert Samuel Hanna but
now the property of Jack
Smith on the East oy
Christie Street on the South
by land formerly the
property of Thomas E
Nabbie but now the
property of Eleuthera
Adventurers Limited and on
the West by land formerly
the property of James E. B
Williams but now the
property of the said
Eleuthera Adventurers
Limited.

Mortgage dated 9th January
1968, between Samuel
Leonard Isaacs and The Bank
of Nova Scotia Trust Company
(Bahamas) Limited.
The sale is subject to a
reserve price and the right for
the Auctioneer or any person
on his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms: 10 per cent of the
purchase price at the time of
sale and balance on
completion.
Dated this 8th day of April A.
D. 1974.
HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer
C14134
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
by auction at his premises on
the Western side of Albury
Lane, five doors from Shirley
Street in the Eastern District of
the Island of New Providence
on the 19th day of April 1974
at 12:00 o'clock noon the
following property:-
ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land situate in the
Western District of the
Island of New Providence
being a portion of Lot
Number Twelve (lot No. 12)
of Block Number Fourteen
(No. 14) in a plan of
Westward Villas Subdivision
and First and Second
Addition Westward Villas
prepared by W. E. Brown
Civil Engineer dated
February 1925 and now
filed in the Office of the
Crown Lands Officer of the
Commonwealth as Number
Twenty-one C (No. 21C)
which said piece parcel or
lot of land is bounded on
the North by Yorkshire
Street and running thereon
Seventy (70) feet on the
East by a reservation Ten'
(10) feet wide on the
Southeast by a circular
reservation Fifty (50) feet in
diameter on the South by
Lot Number Seventeen (Lot
No. 17) of the said Block
Number Fourteen (No. 14)
and on the East by another
portion of Lot Number
Twelve (Lot No. 12) in the
said Block Number Fourteen
(No. 14) and running
thereon One Hundred and
Thirty (130) feet which said
piece parcel or lot of land
has such position boundaries
shape marks and dimensions
as are shown on the diagram
or plan attached to an
Indenture of Conveyance
dated 13th day of October
1965 and made between
Abbott Limited of the one
part and Jacques Michael
Graf of the other part and
now of record in the
Registry of Records in
Volume 922 at pages 373 to
381 and is delineated on the
Eastern section of that part
which is coloured Pink on
the said diagram or plan.
The property is being sold
under the power of sale
contained in an Indenture of
Mortgage dated the 9th day of
August, 1971 between Henry
W. Hadman and Jacques
Michael Graf and recorded in
the Registry of Records in
Volume 1806 at pages 123 to
135
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and the right for tihe
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms 10% of the p irchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated this 3rd day of April
1974.
HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer

CARS FOR SALE
C14144
1972 MERCURY Cougar,
power steering, power disc
brakes A/T AM/FM
stereo track tape. Excellent


CRANE hire see:
ISLAND BUILDERS
LIMITED
P. 0. Box N-4559
Phone 31671 31672

C14001
T. V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes
apartments and hotels
Call 5-9404
WORLD OF MUSIC
Mackey Street
Next to Frank's Place
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.


I I TRADE SERVICES


C14027

Pinder's Customs

Brokerage Ltd,.

Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU BAHAMAS
P. 0. Box N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
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


The Tribune - Thursday, April 1 1. 19/4


SECTION


PUBLIC AUCTION


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

C14192
1970 TRIUMPH G.T. 6
Excellent running condition,
only 13,500 miles. Phone
24130 Monday Friday
daytime 58185 nights and
weekends.

C14194
WHITE Crown Toyota
Stationwagon 1970 excellent
condition $1,500. Phone
23283 days 31975 nights.

FOR SALE

C14195
WINDING UP OF AN ESTATE
A beautiful processed lamb
coat with mink collar and
border. Recently appraised for
$3,200 by Furs by Mannis of
New York and Las Vegas.
Contact Mr. Shepherd L_ Key
at 28268. No reasonable offer
refused.

BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES _.
C14087
RESTAURANT type business
for sale. Corner Shiney Street
and Kemp Road. Phone 31165.

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

MARINE SUPPLIES

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

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

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.

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

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

CRAFT SUPPLIES

C14052
NOW in stock at Bahamian
Paint Supply, RaBI Sheet:
* Clear Cast
* Decoupagtrj
* CaNdle Craft
* Tissue Craft
Phone 2-2386, 2-2898

NOTiCE 1
C14153
DUE TO THE DEATH OF
HER HUSBAND THE LATE
CARL R. RUSSELL, MRS.
MARTHA RUSSELL HAS
BEEN UNABLE TO KEEP
HER BUSINESS
COMMITMENTS BUT
WISHES TO ADVISE HER
CLIENTS SHE WILL
CONTACT THEM AS SOON
AS POSSIBLE.

ANNOUNCEMENTS1
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 LNE STOP SHOP
FOR ALL SCHOOL
CHILDREN UNIFORMS


condition. Only 16,000 miles.
Asking $4,900.00. Phone
42766.

C 14128
1969 FIAT 850, runs well,
body needs some repair.
$300.00. Call after 5 p.m.
5-6541.

C14174
1969 Toyota Corona Al
condition. Good buy for a
conservative. Call 52104 after
6.
C 14179
AUSTIN '64 S/W Good running
condition, new tyres, licensed,
insured, needs body work. Best
offer. 42387 mornings.
C14173
1967 MGB Good Running
Condition, $500.00 Contact L.
Curry, corner of Marathon
Estates, Robinson Road.


CARS FOR SALE


I I


S i


C14161
WANTED: Body and Fender
man. Contact: Gibson Body
Works, Carmichael Road.
C14147
AUTO MECHANICS ABC
MOTORS LTD ..
Must be experienced in all
phases of automobile work,
particularly engine overhaul.
Must have own hand tools.
Reliable and willing to work.
Good pay to right man. Paid
holidays and many other fringe
benefits. Apply in person to
Mr. Williams, Monday-Friday,
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

C13945
ASSISTANT Managers;
required for Out Island Cottage
Colony and Club Responsible
for Food and Beverage
department and Housekeeping.
Applicant must also be able to
understudy for the Manager in
his absence. Must also have
minimum of 12 months
previous experience preferably
in the Out Islands and have
college standard of education.
Apply in writing to: Green
Turtle Club, Green Turtle Cay.
Abaco.

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

C14121
WANTED: 3 experienced
Seamstresses excellent wages
arid benefits. Call for interview
2-3365.

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

C14191
ONE TAILOR, must be
experienced. Please contact
Viola Carey, Apple Street from
9 to 5.

C14187
LIVE-IN MAID. Honest,
reliable and settled person
preferred. Phone 5-1378
between 8:30 a.m. & 4:30 p.m.

C14207
An immediate vacancy exists in
the Advertising Art
Department of The Tribune.
Applicant must possess talent
in artwork, layout and
paste-up; have working
knowledge of various types and
advertising composition.
For application form and or
appointment, see or call John
Cash, Advertising Manager, at
2-2768, between 8 a.m. & 1
p.m.

WANTED
C14188
WANTED any and all types
of sailboats and motor-bikes.
Please contact Peter John tel
3-1881.

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. or
35084 anytime.

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.


TRADE SERVICES
C14131
With 16 years experience
Cartwright Swimming Pool
Maintenance & Repai, Service
offers the above mentioned at a
low price phone 3-1950

C14125
ACT now before the burglar
comes. Call Scriven's
Maintenance Service for your
security and maintenance
requirements. Tel 51 748.

C14023
-FOR your building neeas and


Also Polyester double knit
material for men all colours
MODERNISTIC DRY GOODS
Opposite Wulff Road Theatre
Telephone 3-4580
C 14190
POLYESTER
at
$3.99 and $4.50
"FIFI FABRICS"
Next door Just Rite Bakery
Collins Avenue


C14196
EARLYBIRD
British Airways announce
that at no additional cost
Earlybird fares are available
from The Bahamas to London
via Miami. Daily 747 operates
Miami London and return.
Limited space, normal
restrictions, 3 months advance
purchase. Call British Airways
- 28600 or your Travel Aaent.


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TRADE SERVICES


C14057
MASTER TECHNICIANa
LTD., Mackey Street, your
Whirlpool distributor offer-
r f:- .] n washers, dryers,
compactors, freezers ice
makers, ai conditioners ano
garbage disposers. With
full warranty on every hon-e
appliance we sell service done
by factory trained mechanics,
Telephone 23713. 5-9322?


C14197


RADIATORS


Re-cores and repairs stop by
The Nassau Repair Shop.
Mackey Street and Chesapeake
Road, or phone 24710-2171G.
SERVICE GUARANTEED

C14198
BODY WORK AND PAIN
best in quality i ci
service have your car respra -d
by The Nassau Repaii Shop
Mackey and Chesapeake
Phone 24710 21716.
FREE ESTIMATES.


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I ,rand TV 2-2618 "The Wardobe 5-5599

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Lucas Batteries Fashionette Ltd. 2-2376/7
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B UILSINESS FORMS I Optical Service Ltd. 2-3910/1
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Pnrter 2-4267/5-40 11 PAPER

CABINET MAKERS Comm r.al Paper
H i house 5'. ; '
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Carter's Recor., 2-4711
Film & Equip. Service 2 2157
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Montrose Avenue 2-4259
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John S. George 2-8421/6

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EvangelosG. Zervos 2-4128,
LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING
New Oriental Laundry 2-4406


Playtours 2-2931/7 :
R.H. Curry & Co., 2-8681/7

TV REPAIRS
Channel Electronics Ltd.
3-5478

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Eddie's Upholstering 5-9713 .


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The Tribune -- Thursday, April 11, 1974


GRAND BAHAMA"


.CLASSIFIED I
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HELP WANTED HELP WANTED
C15057 C15068
GARDEN MANGER: To be in CONTROLLER/FINANCIAL
charge of Pantry. Must also be MANAGER
able to do display & set up for FREEPORT, BAHAMAS
Buffet and hors d'oeuvres Cooper Laboratories
parties. 3-5 years experience. International Ltd. a
Police record, health certificate manufacturing and selling
and letters of references subsidiary of a U.S.
required. pharmaceutical company has a
PASTRY CHEF: To be in challenging opening for
charge of the Bake Shop & Controller/Financial Manager
Pastries, schedule staff and be in Freeport.
responsible for Bake Shop and Responsibilities will include
outside catering. 5-7 years maintenance of all accounting
experience as a Pastry Chef. rec o rds, incl u di ng
Police record, health certificate manufacturing planning.
and letters of references Candidates, preferably with
required. accounting degree, should have
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY: approximately five to seven
To do secretarial duties to the years solid experience in
General Manager. Typing, general accounting, cost and
shorthand and confidential financial controls. Ability to
reports. Must be able to speak work independently will be
and write French. Police important and salary will be
record, health certificate and based on experience and
letters of references required. qualifications. Please send
INTERESTED PERSONS resume and salary history, in
APPLY: GRAND BAHAMA full confidence, to the above
HOTEL, WEST END, GRAND company, P. 0. Box F-2529,
BAHAMA. Personnel Office, Freeport.
between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
,ind 3:00 p.m. Monday through
Friday. Mailing address: 158 C15067
-Port Road, West Palm Beach. Working Manager for
Florida, 33404. Elon Martin, established small, mechanical
Jr. Personnel Director. business, involving operation of


C14058
TRAINEES WANTED
Bahamas Oil Refining
Company (BORCO) requiress
Trainee Laboratory
Technicians (male) in its
Product Control Laboratory.
Applicants should possess
G C E. or equivalent
qualifications in ii.. .,,
Physics and Chemistry and
should be interested in learning
modern routine analytical
t ec hniques, including
Shromi tography,. spctro-
photmetryiv and analvi', by
X ry.
Qkiali fied applicants may
contact the BORCO Personnel
Office. P. 0. box F 2435.
Telephone: 352-981 1.

t 15059
PIANIST: Pianist to play with
OSSIE HALL BAND at the
Grand Bahama Hotel. Should
have ten years musical
.,: ii'. nd in playing and
..Ir., m usic. Applicants
should bring along Police
record, health certificate and
letters of references.
INTERESTEDD PERSONS
APPLY: GRAND BAHAMA
HOTEL, WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA. Personnel Office,
between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
and 3:00 p.m. Monday through
Friday. Mailing Address: 158
Port Road, West Palm Beach,
Fia. 33404, Elon Martin, Jr
Personnel Director.

( 150/1
Job Title, BURNERMEN (TWO
Good basic education
1iinimurn experience 3-5 years
I xper ence in fuel burning
process in rotary kilns and
production of Clinker Cement
I "ant rotary kiln burnerman.
Duties/ Respo nsibilities,
operate kilns to produce
clinker by a continuous process
Iof burning.
Interested Applicant Contact.
Personnel Depaitrtment. Bahama
Cement Company P. 0. Box
F -100, Freeport, Grand
Bdharmai

ANNOUNCEMENTS
C 15069
SHAWNEE Daily Service
between West Palm Beach and
West End for Reservations call
The Grand Bahama Hotel (Ex.
5)


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electric controls, general
mechnaical knowledge and
business experience required.
Good salary and benefits, and
excellent future. Address
qualifications to:Mr. Jackson,
Box F-825, Freeport.

C15070
FREEPORT CONSTRUCTION
COMPANY LIMITED require
the following employees: Six
men able to read and write to
help in taking repair parts
inventory for approximately
two weeks. One girl with
typing skills to maintain
inventory cards, prepare
monthly work orders and
miscellaneous monthly
inventory reports. One man to
fill the capacity of Assistant
Vice President having 20-25
years experience in heavy
construction as well as
extensive experience in
industrial construction.
Applicant must be able to
estimate jobs, negotiate
contracts and handle customer
relations. All interested persons
should phone Alvin Swann at
352-7091, or write F-2410.
Freeport.


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
Amusements Limited (EL
Casino) International Bazaar,
P. O. Box F-787, Freeport,
Grand Bahama, Bahamas.

C15066
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 of 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.
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An immediate vacancy exists in the
Advertising Art Department of The .:::
Tribune.


Applicant must possess talent in
artwork, layout and paste-up; have
working knowledge of various types and
advertising composition.


For application form and/or
appointment, see or call John Cash,
Advertising Manager, at 2-2768, between
8 a.m. & 1 p.m.


1 CARROLL RIGHTER'S

C HOROSCOPE
/" from the Carroll Righter Institute

y \ GENERAL TENDENCIES: Until sundown,
N\I you need to be very careful that you do not
alienate one in a position to be helpful to you by stating views
contrary to his, for your hasty comments are likely to be more
from an urge to express yourself than from knowledge of
facts.
ARIES (Mar- 21 to Apr 19) Show you are loyal to kin
although you don't agree with some of their ideas Try not to
argue, no matter what may arise Entertain in p.m.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Put ideas across for
expansion and be more willing to make changes. You have
fascinating new acquaintances, but await a better time to
cultivate them.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Get jobs out of the way and
you have the weekend free of worry. Get problems solved
instead of trying to forget them,
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Don't argue with a
partner whose ideas are different from yours Plan how to get
ahead better with the public in general
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Don't run away from the work
you have to do, or you lose out in many ways Improve health.
Avoid one who is unfriendly
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept. 22) Instead of getting into a blue
mood, do something thoughtful for those you love and all
brightens up. You can make more of your life
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct 22) Don't make any untoward
remarks at home or there could be a real rumpus Take mirth
into consideration and stop being so serious
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Get your duties done,
particularly shopping, errands. Look out for the other driver
on the road. The evening is fine for personal relationships.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec 21) Curb temptations to
extravagance. Follow monetary advice of an expert. Avoid one
with ideas radically different from yours.
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan. 20) Handle personal duties
that are annoying but have to be taken care of anyway Steer
clear of a social invitation Read for enjoyment
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Find a better course of
action for the future. Assist one in real need Visit with others
who can be of assistance to you and vice versa.
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar 20) You have a problem that you
want to discuss with a good friend, but it is best to handle it
yourself wisely

Rupert and the

Ice Crackers-26


Before he leaves, Jack makes sure tha*
Rupert understands exactly what he has to
do. As soon as you've gone," says Rupert,
repeating his friend's instructions, "I'll pull
the cracker and the noise will make this great
big wall of ice fall to pieces. Yes, that's
quite clear, but-but surely I shall go down
with it," he adds anxiously. "Not if you blow


this" says Jack, and he hands Rupert the
spare wind whistle. Good luck! he cries,
and then he is away, the gentle breeze carry-
ing him to the other wall of ice. Meanwhile
Rupert turns to his task. Picking up the free
end of the twine he gives it a hard jerk.


HOW many
words of
^ E W four letters
or more can
you make
LUk S | from the
Letters shown
Here? In
making a
word, each
S |L I letter m a y
be used once
only. Each
word must rontaln the large

CROSSWORD

PUZZLE


ACROSS
1. Epochal
5. Note of the
scale
7. Headland
11, Parent
12 n Silver symbol
13. Algerian
seaport
14. Perfume
15. Loses
17. French
shooting match
18 Succor
19. Hart
20. Inspector
22. Astern


23. Astra,
24. Part of the
psyche
26. Iron symbol
27. Maybe
29. There
30. Detached
portico
32. Penpoint


letter, and there must be at
least one eight-letter word to the
list. No plurals; no foreign words;
no proper names. TODAY'S
TARGET: 25 words, good ;
31 words, very good; 39 words.
excellent. Solution tomorrow.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTION :
Astir axis fain faint fair flat
first fist frit inMtar rain rait
riant rift saint satin sift stain
stair stir strain tain taxi taxin
taxis train TRANSFIX.


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34. Supplicated SOLUTION OF SATU
38. Low ^.5. Palm lily
39. Male defendant 46. Gambling
40. Italian game
daybreeze 47. Dissolves
41. Furnished 48. Because
43. Portend 49. Book of the
44. Pinafore Bible


URDAY'S PUZZLE

DOWN
1. Overact
2. Root
3. Without
principles
4. Malay gibbon
5. Bemoan
6. Spry
7. Mountain pass
8. Palm cockatoo
9. Bribe
10. Abyssinian
banana
16. Fairies
18. School subject
21. Extinct bird
25. Dowry
27. Prisoner
28. Redtop
30. Atelier
31. Infinitesimal
33. Fed up
35. Vegetable
36. Upright
37. Large dogs
42. Units of
measure
'43. Harem room


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JUDGE PARKER Paul Nichols
COME IN AND HE DIDN'T GET INTO TNO,..WITH A YOU SHOULD ALSO KNOW THAT THE
SIT DOWN, MISS CALVIN! WE CHECKED A FIGHT WITH A PRISONER! THE ONE DISTRICT ATTORNEY TRIED TO TALK
UPON THE REASON FOR THE O GUARD AT THE i WHO SUPPOSEDLY TO STRAND THIS MORNING!
DISCIPLINARY ACTION! KARL PRISON, DID HE? TOLD KARL HE STRAND HAD NOTHING TO SAY...
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I APARTMENT 3- G ByAlex Kotzkcy 4


STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD Saunders & Overgard


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S-t The Tribune - Thursday, April 11, 1974


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NASSAU had a taste of the best squash in
the world last night.
A packed gallery at Blue Hill Golf Club ,saw
world champion Geoft Hunt and lop ranked
Ken Hiscoe in action.
Nassau players took them on before their
exhibition match.
Results
Ken Hiscoe beat Ivern Davis 9 4, 9- and
Ton% Lancaster 9 4, 9 3.
Geoff Hunt beat Keith Parker 9 1. Q 0 and


9-Wt


Bob Montgomery 9 1, 9-0.
In the exhibition match. Hunt beat Hiscoe
9-6, 4-9. 9-2, 6-9 9-2.
Minister of Education Livingston Coakley
watched the games.
Hunt and Hiscoe give an exhibition in
Freeport on Monday.


Pi ured. from
Parker, Geoff
Montgomery and


left Tony Lancaster, Keith
Hunt, Ken Hiscoc, Bob
Ivcrn Davis.


By GLADSTONE THURSTON
C. C. SWEETING High.
taking over in volleyball where
Aquinas College Aces left off
in basketball, defeated
Jamaica's all high school
champions Knox College in
four sets last night taking a 3-0
vtctorv and the Jamaica High
Commissioner Trophy.


Obed may become a middleweight


B \11 M1.\1S' 22 -car--ld
,aeltse and juiL iir nlddlewc'ight
.hamp lisha Ohed -iught soon
ha-, I resign his fighter
ti ,i' an d'nd m ,'o 'ill\ intt
lLi mniddlveweight
LI J ii' t think ht ,an Th a
s.'e: eight ati\ n r
Obtd', manager \like l)undce
oitd the : Inhune iucisda.5
h)bcd w.s-hed I 2 pounds tor
hi h(,;I i a In'. s t Mc ican
ilnddle aeClLehlt l.- sc Ri',. ''land
*.t h i I -' !'t'. 'hts lie s-c ":,, -
r p.ttut n d qtadi r Ia..

S t. he s ,n -\sini.' .i!r h .e is
tin grt. shapy l not

l)W',;dc Sdid.
I:- .-dcr that O)bed makv s
Ih i 47 iinut i>r w's ltcrei.cghti
Ii i '"A il0 ha\c !t' bs.' lIC. or i\
p1-.nd-' 'ess than what hl.
\igh, regularls "I would t
',.int It- see himn at thami
hw I "ht said Mike "I think he
',itild iih v'r\ weak. I nlcss
"i's .'-'s is oinig t') give' hill)
an ',vtiul lit of inoncy. therc is,
i reason it, ever think ahbut
d.int g that
I I., ld lo h\ue ii tii ht Vidu
( trdiermi' right nliw Mike
sald, "but I don't think that we


w would icI r .ct that match
Vido is a big J;raw in New York
and he ist win'sng theie and I
don't think ;th,, 's,nt himi to
gel beat "
In the ncia i iiture, Ohed sill
he mnoming a\,a I rrin MtmiLi
Beach and \Nasssu LIc iUnld hbe
tghtinmg Buinn\ Stcrling. John
Stracey. I ddie lPcrkins and
Stanley fla\ 'iard "Ihesce
'iplponti s air not tol i tar
aiswa ." MikL said.
DlITndec figures that Obhdl is
read tio i just abhi)t a1 'ihod\,
in his div is "' ilhut hei' isn't
gringl t, tight these pe ,pie
iig.ht ini'o bK vIusc Ihere is nts
irasson t1 r it. Just hct'iaistv I
think he is read\ docsn' t nican
he s hh ild 0iht Bennie' Briscov.,


Brinsoe is the world's third
ranked middleweight.
At 22 years old, Mike figures
O)hd has 10 good years ol
boxing ahead. "There is no
need to rush, because if I rush
now and I made a mistake. I
would be the one to feel sorrs
tot it." Mike explained So.
instead of thinking with m)
heart, I'm going to think with
my head and do what's best for
the fighter."
( lyde Gray's manager Ins
t'ngerman reportedly reltised
to cone to terms with l)undee
fot a possible tiltc light "I
don't believe Clyde Gray wants
an\ part of Ilisha Obed said
Mike
lie went on to say thiat at


this time it does not even
matter because in order that
Gray's management accepts the
match they would want Obed
to make 147-148 "and he's not
going to make that weight
unless he gets an awful lot of
money to do it
"I rather push right now tfo
the British Commonwealth
middleweight championship
because Flisha is going to wind
up weighing 158-159 pounds
h\ the time he is through
growing." said Dundee.
Obed will put his talent to
the test on the 26th of this
month against Jamaica's
middleweight champ Roy Lee
in a featured ten rounder at the
Nassau Stadiumt


KNOWLES FIGHTS FLORIDIAN


B\t11 \\",AS"' liver medalist
Nia thauiel ksiuwles takes on
I riuli.in middleweight II ddil
Ruftin SMonda's night I tihe
icitured 'vn cit thte *\AmIatieur
li-Mim i 5 dssui (huii t' I lthle ah ll nias'
hii sIligd at the Nas.sii Stadiumn.
kIo,, Iks. dclscrihti'd b\ hi
hin dlkrs AJ "'tilcnied and
J&htuvatcd hunter' w s on histsti ts I


a possible gold medal in the
recently ended Central Aniernian
and Caribbean Games when an arin
injury sidelined him.
Since then, Knowles lias
recovered and, being once more I11
top condition expressed eagerness
to perform before his home to\\ii
fans. Knowles ws-as last month
honoured hy the A.B.A.B. mor his
'iltstanding achieeminent.
Ainong the 10 natiches to he
staged by the A.B.A.B will he a
return bout between 197.3 light
heas, w eight (;oldei (IoNte
champion Allan Hullard and
Killarine ('lub contender -riiesl
.Barr
Barr who is trained by ring
veterann hoston Blackie knocked
out Major in the first round of their

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last match which was during the
'.A.C. Games trials.
Austin C'onsers who is the
defending welterwieght chailpt
meets Satnmy tullole another of
Bostmon's fine talents.
Al Brennen a light heavy weight
ssill be making his first ring
appearance against Kid Pool who is
ein tring trained b middleweight
champ Renine Pinder.
Other matches include Kid
Clear vs William Young
(MIiddleweight); Allie Torres vs 'Paul
('ash (sselterweight); and
Vellington Miller vs an opponent t
be chosen fron the Rennie Pinder
lamp.
National coach Bert Perry
pitd out that that the A.B.A.. will
soon he choosing a team to
represent the Bahamas in Interna
tional competitions this year.
International latches include the
World Championships and houts
against Miami and Bermuda.
All boxers competing ini
Monday' 's itournanmenti are asked to
be at the Nassau Stadiuni Monday
morning ( i I o'clock) for their
svcighi In aiid medical examriniatlio .


GOOMBAY PUNCH


CUP RACE






GRANTS TOWN


CUP RACE


No one under 16 admitted to the RACE TRACK


GATES OPEN 11.30a.m.


POST TIME l.lSp.m.

VMiY II[SIY IAND SAIMDA




illY 1111S Ill 1st 2ll HAC[S

ALS1 III11iAS
GOVERNMENT SUPERVISED PARIMUTUEL
BETTING.
COMFORTABLE AIR CONDITIONED DINING
ROOM & BAR OVERLOOKING THE TRACK.


With top all around play
from each team member,
Sweeting High captured the
first set 15-8, dropped the
second 15-12 and captured the
remaining two 15-8 and 15-7 in
the best of five match.
Actually, C. officially laid
claim on the award yesterday
15-1 1. 10-14 and 15-6 in the
second game of the series. C. C'.
won the first game in three
sets.
But Knox were no push
overs. They stormed through
defending champs Prince
Williams High 15-5. 15-8 and
15-1 2., handled Eastern
Division pennant winners St
Augustine's College 15-2, 15-5
and 15-6. They went on to
stop runners up L. W Young
High, R. M. Bailey High and
Aquinas College.
Going into last night's
consolation match Knox found
C. C.'s front line of Wilfred
Culmer. Kevin Rolle and
Bradley Cooper proved strong.
In revolution, Mathew Leckey
and Cuthbert Evans held the
fort well.
Diminutive Dennis Forbes
playing great defence supplied
the big men with all the sets
needed to handle Knox the
route.
Coach Tom (Grant brought
on his secondary team for the
second set which led by Danny
Stubbs and Crestwell Stuart
held Knox to an early 6-0 lead.
The visitors however
gathered their momentum and
tallied behind the all around
performance of Nigel Watt,
Charles Nation and Michael
Cleare to a 12-10 lead before
timing the match at one set
each.
Coach Grant was determined
to let the High Commissioner's
trophy make it's debut al C C.
Sweeting so he returned his
starting six which kept Knox
out of double figure scoring.
As Knox College leaves this
weekend. Sweeting High return
to practice for the upcoming
high school volleyball series
which they are favoured to
win.


Knox College's Nigel Watt spikes a point thi >ugh the
defensive blocking of Kevin Rolle. Picture VI'CLNT
I A It GIAA


Rookies lift


St. Bernards


By GLADSTONE THURSTON
ROOKIES Claude Lynden
and Crestwell Pratt each
connected for two-rbi singles
in the bottom of the sixth
inning lifting St Bernards
from a one run deficit to a
commanding 14-11 victory
over Jet Set last night.
Going into the sixth
trailing 8-7, first baseman
Godwin Blyden at bat with
bases loaded touched off the
Saints' seven run rally
spanking relief pitcher Leslie
Minus into left field for the
tying run as lead off batter
Dave Wood scored.
Lynden who was the fifth
batter of that inning jumped
on Minus' first delivery
sending it deep into right
centre giving Everette Neeley
and Dencil Clark enough time
to score the lead off runs.
This forced Jet Set's head
coach Fred "Papa" Smith to
change pitchers and he
brought on Tony Pearce.
Pearce trapped Pratt with
two strikes but the following
pitch was sent down the
middle into centre field as
another two runs scored. It
was throwing errors on Jet
Set's third baseman Ruel


HOBBY Horse race track lineup for Saturday:


1 IRST IR At I 4i l urlongs.
CL IASS M
Ist Half Dails Double
1 (it 0 (),it 1 6
2. Sea Fire 114
3. Sweet NI s\ 1 16
4. Tudor Miss 114
S Hot Rd 1 s
6. 1 iquidator 116
7 Luck I \nin 16 h
8 Mama \\alde 1 1
). Mandain, 1 6
Also Fligihles
Luck% G(irl 1 18
Bold LightmniiiiI g I
Moon Maiden i s
Sl( )Nt) R 1 I s6 I urlmigs.
CLASS 1I
2nd Haltli Dail Doul
1 1 ad 1 II\ 114
2. Roman uiianer 116
3 Son ()i I l t116
4. Hang i11m Itigh 1 14
5. Catherina 1 16
6. Miss Sharon It
7. AI's t \ ist 1 14
8. Queen ()I ime R)ioid I 16
'9 Strii tls 11
Also 1 ligihles
Scare lI'mi 114
Shanadoah 1 1 8
Miss P'umpkin 114
IHIRD RA( I 4:: I urhomns.
( l -'SS I
I Complete limrage 16
2, Nevsa's Jo\ 116
3. Amalone 16
4 June% J\ I I 1 16I
5. S\ 'eet Thing 1 18
6. wall -se 18
7. Wheel Of I fortune 1 16
8. Duel t16
9. IDrink H-i IDrawi 16
I OUR HI ItACI 6 I urlongs
C L -\SS J
I. Una C('opa Ie Vino 1 lb
2 Limbo Queen I118
3. Dream (irl 1 16
4 ('igarillo 114
S. 'atricia 1 16
.e Boston Rose 120
7 [ iberty Bell i 15
8. (Corina I l b
9. L'git, it1
Also I ligibles'
Bahb Twist 1t16
I II TH RAtCI I uriongs.
(1 ASS I & I)
rhe mGoomha i unth C up Race
1. Miss Glo 16
2. Jackie 1 15
3. Dehi 1I16
4. Tamico 1i 1
5. (.one Away t 15
6. Queen Of Hearts 120
7. Carmichael Queen 114
8. Chime Song i 19
9. Wonder Mist 116
SIXTH RAC- 9 I furlongs.
CLASS N Scrapped N
The Grant's riotn Cup Race
I. I ast Leg 116
2. Flushing 118
3. Fleet I ioot 1 16
4. Uncle Lou 118
5. Dora's Hope 116
6. Aquarius 118
7. Little Tiger 118
8. Takita 116
9. SlingShot 118
SEVENTH RAC 41/ Furlongs.
CLASS M
1. Casper's Child 118
2. Kimho 118
3. Step In Line 118
4. Leaping Lena 116
5. Justice 118


6 Magicl Prinme
7 ( lint
S. (hlor Stipper
1. Morning Star
Also I ligibles
F I Sp; row\%
Sun Iiger
I ast Hope
Lil Jess
Stagerl s
S,\eeltness No %
Lil Will
Rockola
I IGuHIH RAC'F
CL ASS N
I Peligro
2 Bird's Babm
3 Aries Moon
4. Off Shore
5 Star Witness
6 Cunado's Bot
7 Go Marry (;o
8 Golden Guinea
9 Termite


4'1 I furlongs.
Scrapped N


Fowler and first baseman
Leslie Johnson that gave the
Saints their remaining two
runs.
Everette Neeley who was
credited with the win, came
from behind the plate in the
top of the fourth as a sub for
starter Jim Wood. Wood gave
up five runs and five hits
before leaving Neeley to
battle with a bases loaded
situation.
Jet Set in that inning tied
the score six all as one of
Neeley's deliveries went off
target allowing short stop
Sidney McKinney a free pass
hit by the pitch.
Although Dencil Clarke's
rbi double in the bottom of
that frame scored Cedric
Johnson for St. Bernard's
lead off run. Jet Set returned
in the top of the sixth and
went ahead on runs by
Richard Brooks and Eugene
Thompson.
Thompson who had a three
for five plate appearance
capped his game with a
threatening three run homer
in the seventh. Second
baseman Dewitt Johnson
added a two for four plate
appearance to Jet Set's
offence He scored one and
knocked in one. Centre
fielder Sammy Adderley
scored two and one rbi from
his two for four at bat.
Clarke topped St. Bernards
collecting four hits from four
times at bat. He scored two
and one rbi. Lynden tallied a
total of three rbis and two
scored runs from his one for
four plate appearance.

Third baseman Kerrington
Wilkerson knocked in two
runs and scored one while
catcher Keith Butler scored
two and knocked in one
leading defending junior
champss Becks Bees to a 9-6
victory over St. Michael's
Dodgers.
Charles Cassidy and
winning pitcher Gary
"Smack" Davis each added
two runs.


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battle to win


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NOTICE
'OTICE is herebs given that MERCEDES HADASSA
.!GGS YeliA Elder Gard-is. Nassa1' 0 aippltil q to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizeriship, 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
th *'acts wvvthin twentv-eight days from the 11 lth day of
0ro 19/4 to The Mirster responsible 'or Nationalitv and
t'zership. Mrnistr, of Home Affairs P O o f -3002
! S SJU.


COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMA ISLANDS


TENDERS FOR TREASURY BILLS


The Treasurer hereib 'ivcs notice that tenders will be received on
Tuesday, 16th April. 1974 for Treasury Bills to be issued under the Public
Treasury Bills Act 1959 and the Public Treasury Bills Amendment Act
1965 on Thursday. I 8th April. 1974 as fl'ollows:-

Bills denominated and payable in

Bahamian dollars ............................... B$3,500,000.00.


The bills will be in minimum multiples of S100 and are redeemable
ninety-one (91) )days from the date of issue.

The bills will be issued and paid at the Bahamas Monetary Authority.
Details of payment will be notified to successful tenderers in letters of
acceptance.

Each tender must be in a sealed envelope marked "Tender" addressed to:-

THE BANKING MANAGER
Bahamas Monetary Authority

and should be delivered to the office of the Authority in the E.D. Sassoon
Building, corner of Shirley and Parliament Streets. Nassau before 3:00
p.m. on Tuesday. 16th April, 1974.

Tenders must be made on special forms which may be obtained from the
Bahamas Monetary Authority and the Commercial Banks and must be for
not less than the minimum amount stated in paragraph 2. Tenders must
state the net price per cent (being a multiple of one cent) which will be
paid.

The Treasurer reserves the right to reject any or all tenders.
The Treasury Department,
Nassau, Bahamas
10th April, 1974


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Soccer

side

tagged

animals'

LONDON E-Echoes of
"animal behaviour" against
Argentine soccer reverberated
around Britain again today
following an explosive
European cup game in which
three players were sent oft and
nine others were cautioned.
The match was a first leg
semifinal of the top European
tournament between Glasgow
Celtic and Atletico of Madrid
which was torn by violence
Wednesday night.
It ended in vicious fighting
between players as police
moved in to separate them.
Four of the Atletico players
were Argentinian and they
included ace forward Ruben
Ayala who was among those
sent off.
The Spanish team is
managed by Argentinian Juan
Carlos Lorenzo who was in
charge of the Argentine
national squad labelled
"animals" by England team
manager Sir Alf Ramnsey during
the 1966 World Cup finals.
"Aninial" has been an
emotive word in Britain ever
since. It took years for soccer
relations between the two
countries to return to normal.
There were even attempts to
have the 1978 world cup finals.
planned for Argentina. taken
away from that country.
The Celtic-Atletico game
finished in a goal-less draw.
Celtic manager Jock Stein
said it was a "terrible" match
and a call for Atletico to be
banned from further
competition was expected
from the Scottish Football
Association.
Seven players from Atletico
and two of Celtic were
"booked" by Turkish referee
Doga Babacan.
"Everyone could see how
brutal they were," said Stein.
"This was the worst game in
which Celtic have ever been
involved."
Geoffrey Green of the
London Times, considered the
Doyen of Britain's soccer
writers, called the game "a sick
nightmare."
"This was a night when
football trailed clouds of
agony." mourned Green
The Daily Express declared:
"A team of Spanish thugs came
... under the guise of a soccer
team."
Madrid soccer critics claimed
referee Babacan was res-
ponsible for the incidents (AP)
SOCCER RESULTS
LONION Results of Blritish
soccer games last night:
FInglish league, Division I
Newcastle I Burnley 2
Division 4
Workington I Scunthorpe 2
Scottish League. Division I
Dundee I libernian 3
Iumfermline 3 St. Johnstone I
Division 2
Queen of the' South 3 Raith Rovers %
BASEBALL RESULTS
RIESULTS of yesterday's
baseball games:
Chicago 7. Philadelphia 6
Sail Francisco 4, Cincinnati 3
i s Angeles 4. Atlanta 0
Houston 9. San Diego I
New York 3, St. Louis 2
Montreal 12, Pittsburgh 8


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