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Publication Date: April 13, 1974
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gMtered with Petmater of hemae ,orpo coeons withinthe B Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper
VOL. LXXI, No. 119 Saturday, April 13, 1974. Price: 20 Cents


CORNFELD:

NIXON


MET


WITH


VESCO
LONDON Bernard
Cornfeld, former head of a
giant overseas mutual fund,
said he had been told that
President Nixon had a secret
meeting with fugitive financier
Rober Vesco in mid-1972 in
Salzb .. Austria
C A'Ald, released from
Swi i th on last week said he
h r. 1 told by a
ie hopS-i source that Vesco
ustrv vhile the president
Szburg, May 20-22,
on his way to a summit
-cting in Moscow.
Nixon spent those two days
in Salzburg. But a White House
spokesman, Ronald Ziegler,
said there was no such meeting
"that he (.the president)
recalled."
Cornfeld said in an interview
that Diana Stewart, a former
lOS associate, told him during
a flight to London that she had
been told of the Salzburg
meeting by a close associate of
Vesco.
The Chicago Daily News
reported Wednesday that
Cornfeld Jaimed he had been
told of thlie meeting by
someone who arranged Vesco's
trip to Sal.'ourg
Cornfeld was replaced by
Vesct) as head of IOS in a 1971
power struggle.
(ornteld spent 11 months in
a Swiss jail accused of fraud,
dishonest management and
incitement to speculation while
head of IOS.
C'ornield did not identify
Miss Stewart further and said
sh. was not available for
,. es :oning.
"+..a.d \ :s^^ ',ao+4,A iOtI U i "
Costa Rica and that his
extradition to the United
States has been refused by the
Costa Rican government.
Nixon arrived in Salzburg
May 20, 1972, for a 36-hour
rest en route to Moscow.
Cornfeld said the question
of the reported Salzburg
meeting had come up during a
discussion of the trial in New
York of former Attorney-
Gerneral John Mitchell and
former Commerce Secretary
Maurice Stans on charges ot
perjury, conspiracy and
obstruction of justice in
allegedly attempting to quash
an SEC investigation of Vesco
in return for a contribution of
$200,000 to the campaign
fund for Nixon's re-election.
Since arriving in London,
C'orifeld said, he had examined
a copy of the logbook of
Vesco's private plane. He said
it showed an entry for a flight
"Lon to San" May 19 or 20,
1972. Lon, he said was the
designation for London in
aviation jargon but he did not
know the meaning of San.
Airport authorities in
Vienna said Salzburg's
designation was "Szg". "San",
they said, meant San Diego,
Calif.
Cornfeld said Vesco's plane
returned to London two days
after the reported Salzburg
meeting.
('ornfeld was released from
jail by the Swiss after posting
bail of $1.5 million. He said he
had been "detained for
questioning" last May 14,

BEAUTY CALL
APPLICATIONS are now
being invited for entry in the
annual Miss Bahamas Beauty
Pageant, sponsored by the
Bahamas Beauty Pageant
Committee.
The contest is open to girls
between 16 and 28 years. The
winner will be selected later
this summer.
Application forms may be
obtained by writing P. O. Box
N 1307 or by phoning Bahamas
Beauty Pageant Committee
members
" PIIOjmliiii~


DO'S & DON'T FOR
YOUR PROJECTOR
DO keep the lens and film gate
clean in movie projectors, (dirt
and grit can cause scratches).
DON'T use a movie reel that Is
bent, nicked or burred. Buy a
fElW one and save your film.


What Vesco is doing in the Bahamas...


BUSINESS WEEK, the United
States' leading international business
magazine, devoted three pages of its'
Finance section on March 30 to
discussing financier Robert Vesco's
activities in the Bahamas.
"What Robert Vesco is doing in the
Bahamas" is the heading over an
article that deals with everything from
Vesco's $200,000 cash contribution to
the Nixon Presidential campaign to a
discussion of Prime Minister Pindling's


alleged use of a Vesco Learjet aircraft.
It outlines Vesco's lawsuits before the
Bahamas Supreme Court and writes
about the "generous contributions"
that he made.to the Progressive Liberal
Party in ita successful 1972 election
campaign.
The magazine states that the
Monetary Authority has appointed
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co. "to
make an audit and a statement of


Bandit's


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EASTER CHICK is 19-year-old Agatha Watson,
Miss Bahamas 1973 who popped out on Paradise
Island beach.
Agatha and the Easter egg were used by the
Nassau/ Paradise Island Promotion Board to spread
the good word in newspapers and magazines across
North America during the Easter season.
And talking of eggs.. .
In Burlington, Kentucky Mrs. William Warnke's
first attempt at raising chickens is a cackling
success.
The farm wife had a complete sellout of her eggs
for Easter.
tHer hens lay blue, green. pink and gold eggs.
"A lot of people don't believe it even after
they've seen them," she laughed.
But there is no trick to it.
Her chickens are Araucana chickens, developed
in Chile about 1880 by the Araucana Indians. The
multi-colored breed was introduced into the
United States about 1928.
Each hen lays only one colour, however.
allow do they taste'?
"Like eggs," she said.


DOUBLE DEATH: POLICE

HUNT KILLER


A MAN and a woman
whose bodies were found on
Harold Road on Thursday
were the victims of a
shotgun-wielding murderer, a
police spokesman confirmed
this morning.
Lyford Cay Company
truck driver Leonard Johnson
of Adelaide Village and Viola
Murray of Gambier both
apparently died from shotgun
wounds, the spokesman said.
Johnson was found
slumped over the wheel of
truck T229, parked on the
verge of Harold Road a short
distance from its junction
with John F. Kennedy Drive.


Murray's body was found
off the road, about half a
mile from the truck. The two
are believed to have been
together until shortly before
their deaths.
They had been reported
missing about 24 hours
before the bodies were found
Thursday morning.
RUNNER-UP HEATH
CHERBOURG, France
Former Prime Minister Edward
Heath's yacht "Morning
Cloud" finished second behind
"Trailblazer" in the Hamble to
Cherbourg race that concluded
today.


condition for the government (on
Bahamas Commonwealth Bank) the
first time since the Banks & Trust
Companies Act was promulgated in
1965 that this type of audit has been
ordered. The act gives central bank the
right to cancel a bank's licence if its
'viability' is in question."

Says Business Week: "The results of
the BCB audit, which are due in about
three months, could prove


blast


wounds






girl, 18


By MIKE LOTHIAN
MASKED shotgun bandits wounded an 18-year-old
girl when they raided Kentucky Fried Chicken's Mackey
Street branch last night.
An open kitchen door absorbed most of the impact of the
blast fired from little more than a yard away by the three meni
attempting a robbery.
Miss Eldora Stuart, a sales clerk, was said to be "comfortable"
in the Princess Margaret Hospital today where she is being treated
for shotgun pellet wounds above and below her left eye. Her eye
itself was not hit, contrary to early reports.


A police spokesman said the
incident occurred at about
11:15 p.m. 45 minutes before
the branch's scheduled closing
time. Branch manager Ira Key
who was not there at the time,
told The Tribune he
understood it was about 11:40
p.m.
Mr. Key said the store
janitor was mopping the floor
in the public section at the
eastern end of the restaurant
facing Mackey Street when he
saw the three men, all masked
and each armed with a
shotgun.
The men had apparently
come around the western side
of the building without being
observed, and were near a
northern side door when they
were spotted. Branch policy is
to keep that side door locked
at all times after dark, Mr. Key
said.
Unable to get through the
side door, the three robbers
started to move toward the
main entrance in the
northeastern corner of the
building. The janitor beat them
to it, however, and locked the
door, at the same time warning
the three clerks behind the
sales counter. Miss Stuart, one
of the three, had just returned
from the kitchen where she
had collected some additional
supplies, Mr. Key said.
As the three men dashed
back toward the side door, Mr.
Key said, the three alerted
clerks, all women, rushed for
the safety of the kitchen
entrance. only about four feet
from the side door.
Miss Stuart was the last in
line, and was still partially
exposed when the robbers fired
at least one and possibly two
shots through the glass side
door.
The range was so short, Mr.
Key said, that the hole in the
outer glass door was less than
two inches in diameter. Several
of the pellets struck Miss
Stuart in the face, but the
kitchen door, opening towards
the robbers, was "all torn up"
by the main part of the blast.
It was only the door that
saved Miss Stuart from more
serious injury.
Frustrated in their attempts
to break into the restaurant,
the robbers, Mr. Key said, left
on foot the way they came. It
is thought, he added, that they
had parked their getaway
vehicle in the Star Plaza
parking lot about 75 yards
away.
"The police," he com-
mented, "were sure on the ball.
Within a couple of minutes
they had an army around
here "
,Police were today still
following up leads in their hunt
for the gunmen.


a


DmacK aois snow were tme
door took the blast.

BABY BOY
THE WIFE of Mr Albert
Thomas Rogers of Tuckaway,
gave birth to a 0 lb. 1 oz. son
at the Princess Margaret
Hospital Wednesday afternoon
Fhis is the couple's first child.


uncomfortable for everyone
concerned. If Peat Marwick does find
that the bank is in trouble, it will be
up to Baswell Donaldson chairman of
the central bank, to close it. Peat
Marwick is acting as an arm of the
government so. in the words of a Peat
Marwick spokesman, 'We've put
ourselves in Donaldson's shoes' in
effect relying on the central banker to
act on its findings."


Ouch!

The

fish


are

really

-biting-

MI AMI BEACH
Schools of fish terrorised
bathers at a public beach
sending four children and a
17-year-old youth to
hospitals yesterday.
One boy had a finger
almost severed.
"The fish were jumping
all over the place. I've never
seen anything like it," said
lifeguard Jeff Fuller. "People
were coming to us bleeding
from wounds."
Lifeguards at Haulover
Beach, north of Miami
Beach and one of South
Florida's largest public
beaches, estimated that as
many as 15 bathers were
treated for fish bites at the
beach's first-aid centre.
Dale Brockway, another
lifeguard, said jack and
bluefish were chasing
schools of mullet swimming
near the shore.
"The fish didn't attack
the bathers. The bathers just
got in their way as they
pursued the mullet,"
Brockway added.
"The blue fish were doing
most of the damage," Fuller
said. "They were really
ripping chunks of flesh out.
One of the fish knocked me
off a surf board and hit me
in the mouth."
Officials closed the
beach, and a police
helicopter ecriclded the area
ordering bathers and surfers
to leave the water. (AP)


BIG PROJECT


FOR CAYMAN


ISLANDS


A 30 MILLION POUND
commercial and residential
development has been
announced for the Cayman
Islands.
The 450-acre project, largest
in the islands to date, is for
Governor's Harbour, a
subsidiary of Sterling Bank and
Trust Company.
Two British architectural
firms. Raglan Squire and
Partners and Baldwin Beaton
Everton Isbell, have been
appointed to work on the
development
The joint commission is to
design 100 waterside
Mediterranean-style houses
incorporating private moorings,
integral parking, tennis courts
and recreational facilities as
part of the first phase of the
project, which will cost about
one-and-three-quarter million


pounds.
Also included are bat n .
premises for the Inttr1lank
House Group of which the
Sterling Bank is a member, a
shopping pla/a, office suites
and marina.
The second phase will
incorporate a championship
golf-course, luxury club and
recreational facilities', indoor
and outdoor competition,
tennis courts, a lagoon area
w ith a restaurant and
residential countr.-club.
In addition there are 120
plots for waterside villas which
will also command views across
the golf-course
The master plan was
prepared by Rutowski
Bradford and Partners, whli :,-,,
responsible for the (
Bank building in Nass,:
well as the Star Plaza and v.,
Office.


Honour for Mrs


Carl Holmes

MRS. CARL Holmes. for 25 years a president and camp
director of Star of the Bahamas. will be presented with the Scroll
of Honour at the Star's 30th annual convention at p. m.
Tuesday at Shaw Temple, Peter Street and Blue Hill Road.


Still no
winner
ALTHOUGH some ot our
readers art nearing the jackpot
no one has at Yet won The
Trihunee/Maura Lumber
Comnipany's $4,220 Orlando
Clipper Cutlass with a 5() h.p.
John on or Evinmrude engine.
Last week The Tribune and
Alaura's added a $325 (Gaitor
15 S trailer to-the magnificent
prne.
The boat and trailer are on
display at Maura Lumber's
Shirley Street store. Go in and
see the prize that could be
'ours with one correct entrv
to the Crossword contest that
appears every Saturday in The
Tribune.
Turn to page 14 and try
vour hand!
The solution to last week's
puzzle is on page 6


Dance display at

group's meeting


Iilf BAHAMAS Mental
flealth Association's first all
membership meeting of the
new year will be held
Thursday, April 18 at the
Royal Victoria Hotel's Cafe
Royal,
The programme will include
a creative dance display
(including the come-together
dance the bump), a fashion
show by the newly formed
group Talent Unlimited and
music and dancing.
"Talent Unlimited's"
fashion show will present
models Patrick Sands, Jerry
Knowles. Peggy Knowles,
Wendy Sands Charleen Russell
and Cheryl Styles.
The aim of this month-old
group is to discover and


promote talent in the
performing irts ballet.
acrobatic and modern dancing.
as well as help groom models
and give fashion displays.
This group was formed after
a show held at the Uriah
McPhee school. Many of the
mtenibers are considered to bce
professional models because of
the number of shows they have
already staged.
They are looking for new'
talent and would like ill
interested people to attend
their display on Apnril 18.
The Mental Health
Association meeting will be
attended by Health Minsiter
Loftus__Roker, M.P. Refresh-
ments will be served and dress
is casual.


The action's at Jumbey


TOMORROW Jumbey
Village is offering an afternoon
of cultural activities from 3
p.m. to 7 p.m.
The programme includes a
fashion show and viewing of a
variety of handcraft products
as well as a demonstration of
how to make the goods.
On display will be pretty
shell craft made by Mrs. E.
Jennie Ramhing; coconut
jewellery which is the talk of
the town by Bruce Hall;
needlework that includes
embroidery and crochet items
by Mrs. Ellen P. Adderley and
Mrs. Telator Strachan will put
the final cutting and stitching
to those "several ways to
wear" dresses that are a
favourite of tourists.
Other attractions will
include talented artist Homer


Williams who will exhibit some
of his paintings and Dudley
Marshall who will demonstrate
the finer touches to many
handicraft i.ems.
Susan Brice will sell a variety
of tasty Bahamian dishes.
A special brewing of Mrs.
Dudley Marshall's tamarind
sauce will salso be available.


The sauce, according to the
cook, is delightful with steak
or as an additive for
sandwiches.
Modelling most of the pretty
"made in the Bahamas"
clothing will be Yomo Hanna.
Yomo will also model a bridal
dress crocheted by Mrs. Ellen
P. Adderley.


Sterling strengthens


BRITAIN'S official reserves
rose by $478 million during
March, to stand at $6,444
million at the end of the
month, the British Treasury
has announced.
This followed $682,000,000
of foreign currency borrowing
by British public authorities
and public corporations.
Sterling strengthened


Lord Gre. of Nauton.
formerly Sir Ralph Grey,
Governor of the Bahamas, sent
his special message of
congratulations to the Rev.
Prince A. Hepburn, founder of
the Star
Wrote Lord Grey: "If youi
think fit. please give the
(C'onvention a message from
Lady Grey and me. Say that we
rejoice to know that the Aork
of the Star of the B;,amias
continues, that you are doi's-
honour to Mrs. Carl Holmes
who, with her husband, has
worked so sincerely and
generously these many years,
and that you will be specially
remembering Sir Harold
Christie, another generous
benefactor, As the years go by.
we learn increasingly how
necessary,. even in these days of
widespread concern by
Governments with social
welfare, how necessary is true
personal concern for one's
neighbour."
The Star of the Bahamas was
started 34 years ago to work
among the south and aged.
The success of Star of the
Bahamas led its leaders to
organize an annual summer
camp 23 years ago. Miss
Marion Carstairs, owner of
Whale Cay. made her island
available to the Star as the
camp site One of Sir Roland
Symonette's boats always took
the children to the camp free
of charge
Mr 1 P. Taylor will preside
at Tuesday night's convention.
Mr. Percy Christie, national
chairman, will call the meeting
to order
The Transfiguration Baptist
Church Choir. Bethel Baptist
Church ('hoir. St. John's
Baptist Choir, the St. Paul's
Male Choir and the Bethlehem
Baptist Church Choir will take
part.

DOMINICAN BOOM TIME
SAN JUAN The
Dominican Republic has the
fastest growing economy in the
Western hemisphere according
to the international newsletter
of the Banco Popular of Puerto
Rico.
The current issue of the
newsletter reports that the
Dominican Republic showed a
121'/ per cent increase in gross
national product for the
second straight year.
A favourable balance of
payments, the newsletter adds,
has encouraged the Dominican
Government to promise
liberalization to exchange and
import controls


significantly against the dollar
in the course of the month
when its effective depreciation
against the average of major
currencies since the
Smithsonian agreement of
December 1971 improved from
around 18 percent at the
opening to 17 percent at the
close.


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The Tribune - Saturday, April 13, 1974


Juanito is nailed to the cross again


P.O.W.

BODIES

FLOWN

HOME
TRAVIS AIR j-)R(
BAS C(alitornia 1he iist
known Amnerica1 prisoners of
war from North Vietnam cain-e
home without ,reilnorlm 1
flag-draped col Si s es,,terda
With oni an honour guard
on hand and no. o ,ial
cerelnon ., the bodices Aere
flown into this ain b.ise from I
Thailand.
The L'.S Ai 1 ore vouI
not release the identut' es '' the
men, saylt, In eniilIica on
procedures had ii b, cn
completed.
I he cottins. ,rrn d b\ ar
force pallbearers, ', with
chrome helmets and '. ih
gloves, where loaded onto the
same dark blue ambu'iia,r ,
buses that carried the returning
POWS to hospitals froin here .1
ye., ago.
The i" di ad we'e the last ,
the 23 Arneriw.ii- se: .ee iei,
who the North Vietna,''e'e sid
died in North \ eincljlarl

he bodie' ,! trih e ir t \
ni.n were retur n d he'e I r iI
2 1.
lhe 23 mc orij !i a.-re
listed a mission' g !ii ji,'hni

ERVIN ON NIXON

WASHII\;N (\ S" Soa':
J Frtin said Prcs- lm.' \i\..:i
has .'-. pro i'd '"the
agoni W1 aie!ate \
n ,! li..i.1 ,_ presidents ,dl ,,
recording, from invest!.' .
Accisitig N\t !
torthrightness m de.din with
the case. Fr-im, chP rmar. .'
the Sen.lli r .
('onu nittee si. hi e\' r !!.ii
he has not nude up I 'id
whether Ni,,on ,, guilt .
imnipeachable oftlenre |
"I have stead'fat'i re a
troli tormlinC ,'r exp''. ss .ng a:' \
opini o on the quiic- '
& whether or ,t l're-,
Nixon has c'mmiHted c :! '.
impeachable o le cc." I r".in
said in a speech ti th) e Sena e.
(AP>











takniayIi3.
0 Small [, Classes 11,


SAN FERNANDO, Philippines For
the sixth year, Juanito Piring, a labourer
who earns about $7.50 a week, was nailed
to a cross today as a Good Friday act of


Piring, 33-year-old father of six, did
not utter a sound as Medina Pamposa
drove a silver painted, three-inch spike
into the palm of each outstretched hand
with two quick blows of his hammer


Mledina was dressed as Marco. the
Roman soldier who drove the nails into
the body of Jesus Christ. Piring, in a
white loin cloth, a curly wig and a crown
of thorns, represented Christ.
Piring moved his lips silently as the
16-foot wooden cross was raised in the
middle of a rice field. A crowd of at least
4.000 milled around it in a carnival
atmosphere of bobbing, gaily coloured
balloons and ice cream vendors ringing


bells.
"Abab
in Tagalo
after the
down!"

At the
flagellant:
their own
bamboo s
the crowd


a! Ababa!" Piring cried painfully
g, the Philippine dialect, seconds
cross was placed upright "Put it


e foot of the cross dozens of
s, their naked backs scarlet with
blood, lashed themselves with
scourges, splattering members of
i closest to the cross.
After less than 10 seconds
on the cross, Piring was
brought down and carried to
the roadside. His pierced
hands were bathed in alcohol
and wrapped in white
bandages.
"I feel good," said Piring.
"It hurts. Of course it hurts.
But when I am on the cross,
it is as if I am another person
It is as if Jesus is helping ne.
"This is a sacrifice for the
extension of life of my
mother and my sick child."
Flagellants la shed
themselves numb while
helpers raked their backs with
paddles embedded with
broken glass.
"It doesn't hurt at all."
said Alan Navarro, 18,
making his debut as a
flagellant. "My back is.
numb.''
He said he was scourging
himself to help his
16-year-old sister, who has a
rheumatic heart.

Francois


ASHII I\ l( \ I .5
Sc 'et.irs of State llenrS
Kin> ger said public h or t.he
' or'. t n'e I riday that there
would nolt be a peridnent


iiii' 'ations wit h tlhe Si ie

Buti Kissuer said 'resden'
\ \ ,I "' M o s o v s -t i m :
nec''tiu:g would be held .J s
- hedui!.ed this snwper .inJ


i'lt agreement ts l nt .il e s lhcr
t i in arnis, ciurb 1-, 'i, i bi c
igned in the Krelllli
r hc secr. tarh t is n t I s
.ame amid "mtens 5s
diplio-m atic acti it ;o>, ;,-d;;ii
Iboth on nuclear Aariiis t II ks .lit .I
the 1 : 1 II Iast.
\ i\ ,o n mi et !o r ne.i ' I
h.'urs at the W white Hoi ,' \'.
Sovie t i -oleignri istni \i Jr.
i;m',i' ko. Kissinger i;ed :n
that meeting iand h.id -t p. .i ,


sessions xwxith Egyptian Foreign
Minister Ismail Fahlmy and
S'rian Brig. (;en. Ilikmat
( eihalbi and planned
substantive discussions with
i:h Syrian representative today
.,n separation of Israeli and
Syrian troops along the Golan
Heights
After his breakfast meetings
w ith Fahmny. Kissinger held a
brief session with reporters at
the State Department and said
there would not be a
permanent agreement this lear
with the Soviets on strategic
arms limitations.
ilhis was the strongest public
stateinetnl tol dt ate bi amn
d inlnistration official on thli
tlas't-ading possibility ofaSAL I
t realty limiting offense .
nuclear weapons systemIs
the end of 1)74.
\greeiment on such curbs.
during 1 c74 was a target set t1
N\ix on anid Soviet leader
I colnid Brehnev i their
summillit talks in the I nitedl
States last sunli er
Kissinger had said weeks ago
that it was unlikely\ a.
permlantent agreement could be
reached h\ the time ol this
summlller"s summlllit betweell the
two leaders, but Frida, '
lom ilents were the first tilie,
hle had cast doubt on such ani
agreement being reached till'

Iater, at tile White House.
Kissingecr appeared before
neLwsmen in an apparent el tor
t. soften the iImpact oft his
igi,. mi forecast
I here remains a possibility,
S ,1 substantial agreement oi a
;:iriie limited s.phere." he said
to'lowing the Ni\on-G(romyko
'1teltingJ
Ile indicated this "more
mited sphere'" n eight involve
I fml' curbs on ilmultiple
.5 arhicad missiles, but would
;lt'i "Ike spe' ititcs
1I here is progress in the
S l I negotiations," he said.
'Ac will not hurry themit as a
r i cit ot an artificial deadline,
lbut %%. doI believe that there is
.1 possibility of making
'ubst nIti progress in certain
,'ias this ear in the area of
S l lI X(PI

Nixon

taxes

S ARA MFNTO ('al-
oirnla officials say they haven't
tMulldl any evidence of ennminal
I. I',. i, or fraud in President
Ni\on's failure to file state
income tax returns for

I he state announced
yesterday it is requiring Nixon
to sutbtnit the returns now and
pay '4.203.72 in back taxes, a
penalty Iof S3 197 and as much
as $1000 in interest on the
tIxe' duCLle
I li' decision came in the
wike o a congressional l report
that lam ins \i\on owes about
S4(,5.(()0 I nt hack federal taxes
I e White HIouse has said
Nixon will pa\ the federal tax


)Dean iButler. Nixon's
(alitornia ti, laswLer, said the
state bill would le paid,
although hie disagreed with
some ot the findings of the
(alifornia FI franchise lax
Board.

I Taxes owed were computed
by ithe panel on the basis of a
report hP the congressional
joitt coiitiittee on internal
revenue taxation.

At the White House, Deputy
Press Secretary Gerald L.
Warren did not say whether
Nixon would -pay the
California taxes or contest the
state's findings.
"We will wait until we hear
from the state franchise tax
board directly." Warren said.
T'he California decision was


Patty's fiance



fears worst

SAN FR N\\i. l it Patricia Hearst 's fiance says that
unless the kidnapped newspaper heiress is heard romn iii a
few days he will conclude that "either she is dead or she
will be soon."
Steven Weed, 2b. said in a television interviews. ',if
someone doesn't get a positive response in the next wetK orT
so I think it will become clear to everyone that this it410
thing is a cruel hoax of some sort.
"in the course of the last 10 days. just the very
suspicious nature ol the entire situation is displaying the
fact that if she isn't already dead, she's being set up in some
cruel way." Weed, a graduate student in philosophy at the
University of California, said.
"By set up, I mean that if the SLA is not planning to kill
her themselves, they're planning to get her info a situation
perhaps with the FBI perhaps in some confrontation.
Miss Hearst. 20. was kidnapped by the terrorist
Symbionese Liberation Army on Feb. 4 trom the Berkeley
apartment she shared with Weed. On April 3 a radio station
here received a tape in which Miss Hearst said she had
renounced Weed and her family and had chosen to remain
with the SLA.
Weed said he believed his fiance probably made the
statements on the tape "in return for the promise that this
might be the only way of saving her life (AP)



BOYLE SEEKS NEW TRIAL


XIl DI \ Pj *\t"rneys for

" Bo Ie sjid their were
working on !i e .on, seeking a
Cnew ri o ':he :oner It united
Mlinc workerr, pr.acdent.
kv, st Iil n ,. sIdei \1r Boyle
in e'lloc t dsid I) Frank
Kamp. one w; the attorneys
who orep'sented Boyle in the
trial wh -li ended Thursday
n.ght iA three lerdits of guilty


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BAHAMAS COINAGE FOR 1974


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Once again the Frankihn Mint has been entrusted with minting both c .....''" aind
"Specimen" sets and 'Proof" and "Specimen" $10, and $2 individual coins o01 1974
The $5 individual coin will be minted in Specimen quality only. Both types of sets will
contain nine coins: $5. $2, $1 and 50c in silver (Proof sets only), 25c, 15c 1Oc 5c antd 1(
in nickel and/or alloy.
Sig,.,if..,- changes ;n the 1974 toins include the replacement of the ettiqv ot Queen
Elizabeth II with the Bahamas National Coat of Arms on the obverse of all of the coins,
the inclusion of the Bahamais Nation.al Flag on the reverse of the $5 coin; the inclusion of
the effigy of the Governor Gener!a on the reverse of the $10 coil and the replacement o0
the silver content in the "Specimen" 'coins with a cupro-nickel alloy.
The $10 coin is being issued ," commemoration of the first aii'iversat y of the
Bahamas' Independence

The prices of the 1974 coins are as follows:


Proof Set
$10 Proof
$2 Proof


The coins may be ordered from the Aqents whose names are listed below. It should be
noted that the final date for ordering both the "Proof" and "Specimen" sets is 17th
April. Payment should be made to the Agent in advance. Once all the orders have been
received and placed with the Franklin Mint, then the "Proof" sets will be minted for the
exact number ordered only. Any subsequent orders of "Specimen" sets and individual
coins will be subject to availability.

The 1974 $2 Flamingo coin will be available again this summer on Flamingo Day about
the middle of August and further details will be available nearer that date.

Agents for coin sets in the Bahamas:

Coin of the Realm Ltd., P. 0. Box N.4845, Nassau, Bahamas.
Premier Importers Ltd. P. 0. Box N.1085, Nassau, Bahamas
The Nassau Shop, P. 0. Box N.3946, Nassau, Bahamas.
Bahamas Coin & Stamp Co., P. 0. Box 898, Freeport, Grand Bahama.
World Banking Corporation, P. 0. Box N.100, Nassau, Bahamas
All Clearing Banks.


$4b.00
22.50
12.50


Specimen Set
$10 Specimen
$5 Specimens
$2 Specimen


122 50

7.00
4.00


the 'Red'

P ARIS I rancomls
littterrandi president t ia
candidate ot the powerful I
F rench leftist alliail'c said his
government 'woLIld iItnclude
Communists.
Mitterrand. 5" and in lid,
third presidential race., eitd
the precedent of (iei ( 'harles'
l)e Gaulle having bro,iughi
(" om linun ists I s in to t11
provisional government li
formed aftel the liberjiLion ,
Paris in 1p i44
"'Wh\ should 1 depi) ve
nllself of them in situation
i uch less perilous !, c i\i
peace" Why should 1 deprive
myself of the represeiitati:es of
all the workers' forces ""
Mitterrand asked aI press
conference where he outlined
his platform
"If I am elected." lie said.
beliefec me. the Priime \Ministerl
and the members ,r, t tIhe
government will he lhe i ncni
and won lc from tl lmaiorit
that has eiiCirg'C "ed
Slitterrand. a ociai st, lias
the flull sUlpport to) ["ranlee's
strong Cmmluinist lPart\ and
sollie siii ll Ilet listll Igr ip,,, for
the election
lie is faioured to lead the
first round of voting M\%a1 5


RABBIT l


announced by Martin Huff,
executive tax. Hte said the
President would promptly file
returns and pay taxes owed for
the four-year period.


0d I R YAT SHMONAH.
Israel This angry, embittered
town buried its 18
massacred dead today
demanding vengenance against
Arab terrorists and the states
harbouring them.
'Revenge! revenge!"
wantedd an estimated 10.000
mourners.
In Beirut, a spokesman for
the splinter Palestinian terrorist
group which claimed
r p'- ii. for the massacre
vowed such operations would
''li ll ii'C.
lle said Th rusday's
operation was "iust the
0.' ,n.! of a new campaign
oi reo lutionars violence.
revolutionary suicide attacks in
Israel."
Three Arab guerillas armed
with automatic weapons and a
ba/ooka slipped into this town
oi 18,000 in the northern
Galilee early Thursday and
began tiring at random.
When it was over, eight
children, five men and five
women were dead. Another 16
were wounded. The three Arab
guerillas also were killed.
Qir\at Shmonah, in Israel's
northern panhandle up into
I ehanon and Syria, has been
seething since the guerilla raid.
Slihe town hall was attacked by
residents Thursday night and
windows were broken.
Burial services were
interrupted b, emotional
mourners many weeping,
others shouting.
WVomen gave the ululations
piercing howls of the Arab
sorld. sounded on tragic as
swell as joyous occasions.
I lie chief military chaplain.
Mlai (en. Mordechai Piron,
was drowned out by shouting
mourners as he gave the prayer
for the dead beside the blue
and white draped coffins of 16
of the town's victims. The two
others were buried elsewhere.
Ihe mourners, many of
them immigrants from Arab
North Africa, were angry both
with Arab states and with the
Israeli government for not
providing adequate security or
hospital facilities.
l)emonstrators carried black
edged placards saying "Why


don't you live here Dayan" and
"Clean up the market, a
terrorist nest."
Dayan is Defence Minister
Moshe Dayan. The market is an
open air market run by Israeli
Druse Arabs.
Mrs. Meir told the Knesset.
the Israeli parliament. on
Thursday that Israel held
Lebanon responsible for the
massacre, the worst Arab
attack against civilian
population in Israel's history.
(AP)

Nixon gets

tapes order

WASHINGTON The
house Judiciary Committee has
ordered President Nixon to
turn over by April 25 all tapes
and other materials requested
by the committee for its
impeachment inquiry.
In directing 34 to 3 that a
subpoena be issued for the
evidence, the committee
rejected a last-mninute offer b\
the White House to deliver
some of the taped
conversations within a fews
days.
The offer came in a
telephone call from White
House lawyer James St. Clair
to John Doar, Chief counsel of
the committee.
It led to a partisan split in
the committee. Republicans
urged it be accepted. But the
Democratic majority said the
committee, which made its
request last Feb. 25., has waited
long enough.
"It's time to send a message
that the playing of games is
over,." said Rep. John
Seiberling. (AP)


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LONDON ,
adjourned for its I
with Prime Mim.,isi-
Sil1,. Tin po litical t ..1 i
property deals It.I
affect the timing o;
election or even its :
The furore over p
key members ofi Wl;," ..
inade on the sale ,:
been front page nev- ,
more than a week.
The Prime Mini.. ,
longtime secretary\ 11,%
four newspaper, tor Ii
Police are
charges that Wilsn' .
was forged on a lt. .,
property deal.
Althoui h there !ih,-
suggestion that \ -
1, 1 i i l l nolk ed .l .
land sales were le';ain
is far from over.
T he News that bi
proft its were enjo\ t, 1 ,
M arcia \ :l, ,,..*
private secretary\ to I
and her brother 1l
former Wilson ,ndic
political d,,namite
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the previous
administration. \, >.
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key 5 11 .1 aides \\e' ,
the kind of protlit'
was denouncing

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The Tribune - Saturday, April 1 3, 1974


Lb p 0rtburu
NULLIUs ADDICTS JURARE IN VERBA MAGISTRI
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON F.. i. DUPUCiI.Publisher/Editor 1903- 1014
SIR ETIIFNNF DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G D.Litt.. LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributing Editor 1972 -
i i-EI-N DIPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A.. LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor 1972 -
Published Daily \I'nd ,n to Saturday


Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207. Nassau, Bahamas.
TELEPIl INi S
Editorial 2-4532, 2-2260
General Offices (1 5 Extensions ) 2-1986
Advertising 2-1986, 2-2768

Saturday, April 1 3, 1974


EDITORIAL


Flag-of-convenience registries


By Illl\\ I\ DUPlfI('H
GRAND CAYMAN, March 15 Minirriste of Transport, (; G, .
Smith, has announced a plan ti make the Bahamas a place of
legi.sr\t l, oreLrin ships.
Ile hopes that this new venture will become a third major
industry for the Bahamas, ranking with tourism and foreign
linve'stmerit as a revenue earner.
I see by the March issue of The Ca vmanian that lhe
government of the (Cayman Islands has already introduced a
similar plan here.
In this connection an interesting letter by John Patenaude was
punished in the March issue of The .\Vrtihwcster which should
alsu he rcad in thle Bahamas at this tinie.
Mi. Palenaude wrote:
"I was vciv interested in February's Xorthwester on shipping
anjd the C.i nmanlan flag.
"While it would be a great boon to Caymvan if a large number of
ships chose to fily her flag I doubt she will ever have ..n\s ihinu near
the piipulatris .uiii. ,dl by such countries as Liberia and Panama.
")-tif le';s inati\ companies ire attracted to these countries by
low laxatisain and other benefits but I feel that most are mainly
interested in the low safety standards permitted by these

Mi : is,!ike about it ,saetey is expensive. It is
expns it- build a ship to a high safely standard (one
slrphiiluloei has stated in a trade press that meeting the
-uti w-, ii -fth coutitrifs as the U.K.lncd the U.S.A. adds a
lull 2 c t t thre cost ol'a particular vessel)
"AnXid it is expensive to keep such equipment operating and up
itI date. ( consider the cost of keeping just one lifeboat in good
cniidiiori and of renewi ng its equipment at regular intervals, as
,tl v ward in regulations, and that is a rinor part of the miionies
that sltnii he spent to mireer the basic requirements.
"Ovci the sears I have seen ships slip from registry to registry
in tIhe annual abstracts. In my ni-nd's eye I can almost see the rust
thicken in the bilges and the fire fighting gear mrioulder.
uinreplaced, until they arrive at the scrap yard.
"1. for one. hold the hope that Government will never feel
ships and crews that sail tinder b* -i convenience registries
should be treated lightly. A statement about some should never
be taken to refer to all. It is a simple statement in my opinion
the Calman Islands will never attract mass registration of ships
unless !lh. can find some way to accept ships that are unable to
pass L. K Department of Trade Standards.
"1, pr ion'. hold the Iho)p' that (Gircrnrinrt will 'trcr ifeel that
ri ntut' ti n this r any nithir so ircc i more itnpirtan t
than ithe ivc.s and safwl v of scamnr "
* * * * *
It has been scientifically established that millions of cells in the
human brain die every day after it has reached the stage of full
development so that. by the time a man reaches the age of r0, his
hiain has shrunk to half its full site.
Bv, that time the melmiory oft many mieni starts to fade, their
decisions became slow and are no longer sound, their reflexes
have also slowed so that both mentally and phI', i..% l at this
aie. tile i .-i .'e human being has reached the stage of steady


dccav-
Scientists have found it difficult to explain those cases in
winch ment gu oni even past the centurN mark, in full possession
of then faciulties.
Recently I sawv a 107- car-old man oil IV. Hle wtas
demonistrating how unfair it was to force men of 60 to retire
because, in nman cases, this is often the age of fullest
development and greatest capacity for sountid decisions.
M1.,ns men, given the chance, would produce their best work
loingi past the retiring age of 60.
With him oin the prograimmle were young men ... and ihe
-iut-thou-lght them all. ihe was as active as a cricket.
Thins mian has since died but up toi the time of his death he
S..! seven miles every day!
*** **** **
Rec wil. it was announced that it has been scientifically
discovered that a human being has two brains.
Tlie ispolt on this discovery stated that, when a way is found
to develop the potential of both brains to their fullest capacity, a
new, man will emerge on the human stage.

Isn't this discovery of an extra possibly unused section of
the brain an explanation for tlie fact that sonime men retain all
theil faculties long beyond the normal age of decay?
It has been stated that indulgence in certain habits such as
excessive smoking and drinking speed up the decay of the
human brain
It has also been shown that people who follow a set routine in
life go to pieces fast after they have been moved out of their
Sroulitime.
On the other hand, the man who has to face daily challenges
on which he has to bring to bear all his mental resources,
continues to be alert right tip to the end because he has put his
brain cells to full use.
I feel that, like other functions of the human body, the stage
of mental decay is speeded up when a man ceases to use his
mental capacity to the fullest.
I have told you in this column that I often go to bed without a
thought of a subject for an article.
Then suddenly I am awakened from a deep sleep and
something tells me it is time to write. Without hesitation I sit
down and write ... and some of my best articles are produced
under these circumstances.
I have always felt that it was my sub-conscious mind working
for tme while I slept. Mightn't it be that, under pressure of
circumstances. I have been able to unconsciously put to work
mental resources that are not normally brought into play?
**4 **4****
My advice to young men of today is that they should take care
of their minds and bodies ... and life for them will start at 75.
I said recently that I hope to be writing this daily article when



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HOW LIBERTY
'T ^-.. i.. '. '. '. ...:?.I.... ....... 'I .


10



LOST
"A band of ruthless armed
men was on the loose it
southern Illinois last April. In
half a dozen raids, the nmen
broke into private homes,
shouting obscenities and
roughing up the terrified
occupants.
"Mrs. Pamela Kaxe Gitio
of Fast St. ouis has charged
that the men pointed a gun at
her sleeping six-year-old son
and struck her husband while
lie wvas handcuffed to a chair.
"Herbert arid Eselyn
Giglotto of Collinsville were
Ihandcuftfed face dorv n in
their bed. White Mrs.
Giglot tn ... :' for her
hlisabnd's life. she claim- fhat
the intluders ransacked iheir
bedroom -
That report from a recent
issue ot Time magazine is yet
another dernonslratinri o tihe
truth of that old admonitions
that eternal vigilance is the
price of liberty Because, as
the magazine went in tt ,
relate those raiders were not
gangsters -- 1 were agents .ot
the Federal Government of
the United States!
Hlow could such aI thing
happen ci i it appears that
in thlie wake of gc1wi'.g
concern over the drugI
problem somebody got the
,' idea ti ,, _.- deral
narcotics agents the power to
burst into the hotmcs -it
suspected 1. s ai -ser r
without knockinI so that the-
suspects would not has'e timle
to dispose of any Hi. drugs
f: the premir s
The idea cauglit -in and s.
tnew legal provisions were
miade to allow the i-. i. to
operate just so. Now vthre is
a great temptation tI t
tlaw-enfor cement officers anid
even :I'J,.:., who deal witht
criminal types ever day to
become calloused to the
,ensitities of other people
and scornful of the possibilhi-
that there is good in anyone
at all.


TPi. begin to doubt or to
ignore the important
principle of our law which
say,,s that a person is ] ,ri l,
to be considered rioiicent
until proven guilty. Itn The
mind of such a law enlFirce-
tlient office thle suspect is
already guilty and will be
treated as such if he is
allowed to have his wa\ .
So it was. apparent. itn
many cases across the united d
States after this rnew law gave
the Federal agents the power.
. l ....1- il to deal m ore
effectively with drug abuse.
Suspects \were treated even
worse than the law allows
convicts to be treated So
overlrealous the agents grew
that these became careless
about distinguishing between
suspects and lunon-suspects.
The (iglotto house was
one of the wroIng houses
which the agents broke into.
They will. perhaps. never
forget tihe terror of that night
and they will most likely
always remember thle wise
advice that eternal vigilance is
the price of liberty.
When some new law is
debated the Giglottos will
take a good long look at it tto
see it it is necessary and f it
constitutes too iuch oft a
threat to individual freedom.
But only if the rest of the
citizenry do the same thing
will they be protected against
the abuse of power in a police
state.
A description of tihe
structure of democracy will
first of all answer the
question: which comes first.
the people or the state'? The
answer being, of course, that
the people come first. The


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OTTAWA rThe possible
unrioni between Canada and
the tiny Caribbean islands of
Turks and Caicos. a British
crossvl cutolony as m slot dollii
by {anada Wednesday in a
message to Londoni
The 7,000 people of the
Turks and Caicos Islands.
north of Haiti and south of
Nassau, have been ,lmini
union with Canada t o ster
developnrent.
Canadian external affairs
minister Mitchell Sharp
released the text of ai
two-page note to the British
government yesterday which
said Canada would not be
interested itn such a uni'ni
because there ius ino ambition
to expand C.ianad(i an
boundaries, and because
union would not be to thic
nul utal ad antiige ol boith i
places.
Sharp said in lthe note Ihat
the islanders wvouild be
outnumbered by northern
Canadians, if the% joined
Canada. and that also they
could become ain unsettling
i slan I a Id of econo 11 ti n i C
prosperity.
The Turks and Caicos, with
a total population ot about
6,000 scattered over less than
a dozen islands in the group
directly north of Haiti, sent
an official delegation hecie
late last year,
But this failed to sway the
government, which had been
cool to the idea from tIhel
start.
Mr. Sharp said in the
communique to Britain that
Canadian union with
Caribbean islands has been
proposed regularly since
confederation.
The latest proposal would
create complications about
tariffs, taxes, defense,
immigration and relations


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THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
If I had my life to live over again. I would have made a tule to
read some poetry and listen to some music at least once a week:
for perhaps the parts of my brain now atrophied would thus have
been kept active through use.
The loss of these tastes is a loss of happiness, and may possibly
be injurious to the intellect, and more probably to the moral
character, by enfeebling the emotional part of our nature.
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SOUTH NORTH

I I IS
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3 11 411
4 NT 5 S
So onu take another look at
u,0it hand with the object of
l 1 in h l ti lead vhich is least
Likely to cost. bearing in mind
.s \ on do so that over 2,000
points are riding on your
decision. Sit in West's place.
What would you lead'? Let's
run through the alternatives.
A Spade' In a lesser contract
:ouv would probably lead the
I0 o, Spadi,. on the theory
that by attacking dummy 's
main suit you might find a
weakness which would
immedin cdately embarrass
dcIclarer. It, tIi example. North
turned out to have A. Q.J, x x
in Spades, with a small
doubleton in the South hand,
Soillth would possibly have to
guic'ss at an uncomfortable
carl stage. Do \ou think the
,ame principle holds good in a
Grand Slam?
A trump'.' The assumption
:itIld hbe iliat South wouldn'I
go lot the Grand if hec
'suspected that there was a loser
In trumlnps, and b\ leading
against solid suit y\'iu would
be giving n:thhini Aiwai. Doi ,
that line ofl rIasonini appeal t1[
\ ou?
A Dl)iamnd? Dumni "ii
secon' d suit is al iimost celtainltl
the weaker of his two suits.
and he might conceivably bid
in that sequence with .i suit as
por as Q10, \ \x x, or c\en
worse Would a Diamond lead
set ip a. possible winner for
I ast"
1 li' ? l '. Ad1liiitlt'di .
de clie- r hlis bid the y u)t
himself and it would normal%
be p tor practice to lead int,
hIs tleacc. hut iyoui have seven
cards in lhc i suit. and theil
jhainics u( si.nilctonis ,ire high.
It o ine o the i tp hnl urs is-,
singlC in thec North hand. your
lead will have done little harm.
A\nd there also exists the
posiMbiht that Fast will have a
\:'id, and v.,1l blast the
contract at rick I
So give careful thought to
ioul choice, while the table
waits with what patience they
can muster. Made uLp your
mind" Right. Now let's see the
iomtplete deal.


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Right away you will have
seen that the contract is not a
good one. and will need a little
help from the opposition to
stand a chance. Let's see how
the various leads .ilt.,. the
situation.
A Spade would have given
South a free finesse. He would
put in the Queen, which East
would have to cover, and which
would be ruffed. Now, because
of the lie of the small Spades.
there would be 4 winners left
in dummy. and the contract
would depend on not losing a
trimp trick. More of that
presently.
The lead of the 9 of trumps
would give declare a trick,
ushether he let it run to his
hand or took it in dummy. But
al the same time, it is slightly
awkward for South, His only
way home would be to take it
in dummy, then immediately
play the Queen or Jack of
Spades, tempting Fast to cover.
lie ruffs, gets back to dummy
via the Ace of Clubs, and plays
Spades for discards. He would
be very lucky indeed to find
the suit divided as it is, and
Cven luckier to find that the
West hand was unable to ruff.
lie would then know for sure
thi.t his intended finesse
a.umnst Iast's Jack of trumps
,,Muld secure the contract. So
the Heart lead would give
declarer a tiny chance which
some declarers would grab.
The Diamond lead looks
serious for the defence., since it
exposes East's holding and
enables South in theory to


take successive finesses against
the Queen Jack and thereby set
up the long cards in dummy.
But in practice that exercise
would be futile, because there's
no entry in dummy left to run
the suit.
The Club lead is safest of all.
rather against the odds. Once
that vital card of entry is
removed from dummy.
declarer is shorn of half his
strength and not even a
correct guess about the way to
play the Spades will help him.
To sum up: on a Spade lead.
declarer has excellent
prospects, but they exist
simply because you have put
them there by your lead.
Against a Heart lead
declarer has only the slimmest
of chances, and not many
South's would find their way
home.
A Diamond lead gives South
almost no chance, unless the
defence decided to give him a
helping hand as the hand
progresses.
A Club lead deprives him of
any chance at all. Notice that
declarer cannot ruff a Club in
dummy without coming to
grief: if he ruffs with the 2,
then plays the Ace. ast will
win a trump trick. If he ruffs
with Ace, Fast's Jack will still
survive.
II.'ii.'ll'. now, which card
did you lead? RcC
GAS WARNING TO U.S.
W A SH Il N G TO N
Americans will find enough
gasoline available for vacation
trips this summer but onls it
they continue conservation
measures, the federal energy
office said today.
Dennis Bakke, an aide to
deputy administrator John
Sawhill, said this means driving
no faster than 55 mph. tuning
cars, keeping tyre pressures
right, and possibly taking trips
by other means.
But the energy office isn't
suggesting shorter trips, he told
a reporter.
Americans will find gasoline
much more expensive this
summer, but the national
average price will not reach 70
cents a gallon, although this
price may be charged by some
individual stations, Bakke said.


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By Abigail Van Buren
a 1974 bY CMICa Trlbee-N. Y. News SYmI., Inc.
DEAR ABBY: I'm 21, considered attractive with a good
personality. My problem is rather embarrassing, but I
think there is something wrong with me.
When I meet a guy I like, right away I get sexually in-
volved with him. In fact, going to bed with him is the only
thing on my mind.
Naturally, no guy is going to turn anything down, but my
sexual involvement never seems to accomplish what I hope
it will. The longest a guy has ever gone with me is two
months. They all give me a big rush at first and then they
quit calling. Is it possible they get tired of sex?
I know I'm too forward, but I just can't help it. I don't
think I'm a nymphomaniac because I don't get all that
much out of sex. Could I be oversexed?
How can I keep from falling head over heels in love with
guys I barely know? I can't seem to help myself. I'm
always getting hurt.
Do I have a problem? And how do I solve it! PUSHOVER
DEAR PUSHOVER: You have a problem, and you can
solve it by getting to know yourself and understanding
why you behave as you do. You're insecure and searching
for a lasting relationship, and you believe that the way to
keep a guy coming back is by giving him sex. Wrong!
[Obviously.] A good therapist is the answer. Ask your famli-


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that EVERN MARIA COLLINS of
Ridgeland Park, Nassau N. P. Bahamas is applying to the
Ministry 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 13th day of
April 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs P. 0. Box N3002,
Nassau.




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




NOTICE

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





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




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that CARLOS G. MILANDER H.
of Clarence Town, Long 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 5th 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 NOEL RADIMOND
MORGAN of Providence Ave., Chippingham, N.P. 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 5th day of April 1974 to The Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, Mir)istry of Home Affairs,
P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.


Sex is no way to keep a boyfriend

ly doctor to recommend one. Or call your Family Service brownies, cheesecake and a]
Association. couldn't resist.
Because we are good frien
DEAR ABBY: My mother and I stopped at a gasoline wished she hadn't done all I
station. She told the attendant she wanted $2 worth of gas asked her not to. It caused hur
and she held up two fingers. Now the family says that it
The attendant left, and for some reason another man temptation because others shc
came out and put the gas in my mother's tank. He We say when houseguests ask
said:"That will be $3." calorie foods she should comply:
My mother said she asked for only $2 worth so the second DEAR COUNTER: Your
man said: "Look, lady, what's another dollar? Besides with DEAr CUNTER: Your
this gas shortage, you're lucky." your wishes, and she broke he
My mother said all she had was $2, but she lived only a If she felt you were being u
few blocks away [which was true] so she would go home requesting she limit her mi
and get another dollar. should have said so.
My mother didn't have any more money at home so she CONFIDENTIAL TO WORRI
never went back because what could she have given him? The answer is YES! See a
What should she have done? WONDERING The an't get an appointment imee a
can't get an appointment imm
DEAR WONDERING: She should have told the man she contact your public health del
would bring him the dollar as soon as she had it. And then you have told me. And do not %
she should have kept her word. Problems? You'll feel bett
DEAR ABBY: My husband and I are both dieting. We For a personal reply, write to
were invited to spend the weekend with some close rela- Calif. 90069. Enclose stamp
tives of mine. When I accepted, I expressly asked my aunt please.
to please keep the food simple, and not to bake because we For Abby's booklet, "How
were dieting. She agreed. send $1 to Abigail Van Buren,
When we got there she had pumpkin bread, fudge Cal. 90212.


CROSSWORD SOLUTION


EXPLANATIONS OF MORE
DIFFICULT CLUES
CLUES ACROSS:
I. CLAMPING not clapping
or clasping. Clapping
denotes suddenness and
clasping the action of
encircling some part,
possibly the waist, of "his
rescuer," but neither has
the force of CLAMPING.
which is what "creates a
dangerous situation,"
since the "rescuer" has
such difficulty in
loosening the grip.
7. RUMBLING not
rambling. The clue stresses
"the voice" not what
he's saying. A
RUMBLING (i.e.
monotonous deep
"voice"') "is likely to have
a soporific effect," yes,
whereas a "rambling
"voice" can be shrill and,
though perhaps
monotonous, will keep
the audience awake.
9. BILL not will. A BILL,
certainly, since money is
printed on special, hard to
obtain or simulate,
"paper." It's not actually
the "paper" of the will
that would "generally" be
examined but rather the
writing or printing on the
"paper."
12, MAKE not take. "An
overconfident person
would MAKE" it,
certainly but take implies
after deliberation, not
suited to "an
overconfident person"
who tends to come to
immediate "decisions."
16. LADS not lady. "Older
LADS, seeing big city
traffic for first time." yes,
as they'd be excited by it.
The natural reaction of an
unaccompanied "older
lady," however, would be
the problem of trying to
cope with it on her own
and somewhat frightened
by it rather than
"fascinated."
21. FEARING not hearing.
Since he has "travelers'
checks" so as to avoid
carrying money, he is
unlikely to "cash" them
merely on hearing of an
imminent devaluation,
unless the loss to him
would be more than he
could afford (i.e., a very
large amount is involved)
in which case he is
FE A RI N G a
"devaluation."
22. DERIDED not decided.
"DERIDED by trade
union bosses is more apt.
The "rates" can't be
decided by them (though
claimed, certainly) since
they don't have the final
say in the matter.
23. DOCK not deck. "When
being hoisted" or on its
upward movement (during
unloading), it will still be
over the hold and not
have moved sideways over
the deck, so that the
"goods" will "crash" back
into the hold. DOCK, for
cargo being lifted (during
loading from the DOCK,
makes a straightforward
answer.
CLUES DOWN:
1. CURE not curb. CURE
makes a comprehensive
answer, for whether or
not he curbs his "hook,"
the "golfer" wants in the
final analysis, to CURE
his "tendency to hook."
3. NINE not none. "Really
enjoy" using his gardening
expertise to "explain
why" his "similar rose"
has been pruned down to
"three buds" rather than
his "neighbor's NINE," in
order to get bigger better
blooms. There's no "real
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STUDY

CENTRE

STUDENTS


GR ADUATE
IilI BAHAMAS Adult
Si.i,. ( entire held Graduation
I xcises for students of its
ithr,. main courses on Friday
at the Halcyon Balmoral Hotel.
Students of the PRIMACEL.
Course, the Course in Human
(o Immunization and the
coursee in DPi. m.,. in,. and
l)Dress I)Design assembled in La
(' 1.ndiclle wIc1 ith their guests and
frinis, in order to mark the

After being welcomed by
Mrs Sylvia l.aramore-Craw-
tord the gathering enjoyed
dinneii during which they were
ale to see a collect i'n of the
gainrmnts created by the ladies
0o tlh dresstmaking course and
miodl.ldcd tor them by the
stld tit. s wi. ho made them.
Ihe i",st guest speaker was
'i (c.raitd P. Strachan district
injie, Family Guardian
Insuiac companyy, and
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SOME OF THE PRIMACEL PEOPLE (from left): Mr. W. Pratt, Mrs. E. McMinns, Mrs. H. Scott, Mr. L. Gibson Mr.G. Rodgers,
Mr. V. Thompson, Mrs. B. Chriswell, Principal Richard Crawford, Mrs. H. Knowles, Mrs. G. McDonald, Mrs. B. Butler, Mrs. C. Major,
Mrs. A. Cambridge and Mr. C. Knowles.


student, thus continuing the
tradition began at the very
outset of the Primacel Course.
whereby at each graduation,
one of the guest speakers is a
member of the former course.
Mr. Strachan spoke about
the need for excellence for the
maintenance of discipline in
staff relations, of the need to


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a job" is as much a matter of
performing well as it is of
taking wages. HIe pointed out
the urgent necessity in the
Bahamas to lay down
worthwhile standards of
job-oriented attitudes, and to
make it a question of personal
pride to uphold these
standards.
Mrs. Laramore Crawford
spoke of the importance of
adhering to high standards in
dressmaking especially in the
matter of the finishing of a
dress. She said that while the
fulfilment of the creative urge
was a personal satisfaction
that sense of satisfaction would
be diminished considerably if
the finish of the garment were
not up to the highest
standards. She said that the
amount of work put in on
basics was never wasted, since
it resulted in a high regard for
standards in all phases of the
craft of dressmaking.
Guest of honour was Mrs.
Barbara Lightbourne, the
Personnel and Training Officer
of Trust Corporation of
Bahamas, who spoke on the
theme of "the good life."
Saying that her topic had
little to do with making
money or enjoying luxuries, as
such, she defined the good life
as being centred on happiness,
moral goodness, and a high
regard for beauty and truth.
She urged her audience to seek
the good life 'based on those
priorities, rather than to jump

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blindly onto the bandwagon of
materialism.
After the presentation of the
various awards to the
graduating students, the
Principal's address was given by
Mr. Richard Crawford, who
chose as his theme, 'The gap
between thought and action".
lie dwelt on the slow
movement in this century
towards a concept of "one
world", and pointed out the
many advantages that would
come as the result of abolishing
the ideas of nationalism. He
said that the whole future of
the human race was probably
dependent on this concept
beckoning a reality, and then
traced the way that thoughts
reached a certain point, then
stopped short where action
seemed the next logical step.
Ife said that only by
overcoming this strange
Iktha e,. could the race hope to
see the fulfilment of their
dreams.
Certificates were awarded to
the following students:
PRIMAC('IL: Yvonne
Rutherford, Henderson Wilson,
Michael Clarke. G;eoffrey
Stuart, Cheryl Major, John
Martin, Eleanor McMinns,
Calvin Knowles, Arabella
Cambridge, Virgil Coakley,
Diane Knowles. Beverly
C lr,,w. II, Alexander Reckley,
Thomas Sands. Miriam Butler,
Ivan Sands. Gloria McDonald,
Sandra Cumberbatch. Audrie
Minnis, Dorothy Laing, Bert
Sherman, Pauline Johnson.


PRIMACEL at Advanced
Level: Dennis Lightbourne.
C. -Ili ng ..... Arm brister,
Harrison Butler. Lester Gibson,
Frank Davis.
PRIMACIL 'A' Level with
Credit: Vincente Thompson,
George Rodgers. Htalson Scott,
Wellington Pratt
PRIMACEL 'A' Level with
Distinction: Hilda Knowles,
Fthelyn Wallace.


COURSE IN
( (C lMt, 4t \FION


HUMAN
Passed:


Wilbert Russell, Leo Bethel,
Pauline Ileastie, Ethel
Knowles, Carol Dean, Kirkland
Tynes. Percy Kemp, Jerome
Godfrey. Brenda Burnside,
Thelmna Glover, Passed with
Credit: Juanita Hall, Barbara
Bethel. Eric Albury, Dayle
C'leare, Rosita Smith-Duvalier,
Winifred Cartwright. Passed
with Distinction: Susan Pinder.
Course in liAr. nmakiii_,g and
dress design: I First Phase) Ida
McDonald, Beverley Bethel,
Emerald Lightboume, Magnal
Thompson, Leanora Morris,
Ruth Johnson, Joan Rolle.
Passed with Credit: Dorothy
Brown, Vanria Fisher. Millhiet,
Beckles.
(Second Phase) Judith
Light bourne, Lorraine
Lightbourne. bessie Serrette,
Mersay McPhee. Esther Wilson,
C(leomnie Stubbs, Ivy Mackey.
Passed with Credit: Joyce
F rancis
Passed with Distinction:
Grace Forsythe.


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(from left): Mr. K. Tynes, Mr. J. Godfrey, Mrs. S. Pinder, Mrs. W.
Cartwright, Principal R. Crawford, Mr. L. Bethel, Miss J. Hall,
Mrs. B. Bethel, Mr. W. Russell and Mr. D. Cleare.

BAMTAD LUNCHEON


illTHE REGULAR monthly
luncheon meeting of the
Bahamas Association tfor
Ma npowe r Training Ind
Development will be held on
Wednesday (April 17i al tlhe
Nassau Harbour Club at 12 '30
p. n.


The meeting will take the
form of an 'open forum' to
enable members and guests to
participate in discussion on
BAMTA')'s activities and
general topics relative to
manpower training and
development.


Oil prices climb xn fast, but


NEW YORK Soaring oil
prices and profits have brought
little investment benefit
recently to the people and
institutions who, through
stock, own the big
international oil companies.
The chances are in fact, that
those who bought shares t
those oil stocks a year ag-.
correctly anticipating the
energy squeeze. lost money .
For example, stock in
Exxon Corp., the world's
biggest oil company, sold tot
as much as $103.25 a share late
last Spring. Early this week it
was going for about 80 on
the New York Stock .Exchang-.
The next two largest
companies suffered the same
fate: Mobil is down to about
$45 from a 1973 high ot
$75.50. a40percent drop: and
Texaco is between $27 and
$28 after selling for as much as
S43.12 last year.
A particularly sharp decline
in the stocks of the big oil
firms came. ironically, in
January. just as the companies
were reporting profit gains of
from 45 to 60 per cent tor
1973.
An index of 24 oil stocks
kept by Moody 's Investors
Service shows a decline of 10.3
per' cent from the end of
September just before the oil
squeeze intensified with the
start of the Arab oil embargo,
to the end of March.
That figure is just slightly'
better than the 13.3 per cent
drop registered over the period
by Moody's overall industrial
index.
Most financial observer
agree that polit I ,
uncertainties hanging over the
oil industry in almost eves
corner of the world. including
the United States. are the
reason for the depressed prices
Robert Albrecht, an oil
industry analyst for a large
brokerage firm, says those
political qtL si..n have been
quickly translated by investors
into "uncertainty over the level
of future earnings."
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SHIRLEY STREET
Now showing thru Thursday. The Gospel Road. matinees at 2-45 and 4:50 evening 8:30. No
passes will be accepted. Starts Finda. Magnum Force matinees at 2:30 and 4:50. evening 8:30. No
.........:.;.;........ one under 18 will be admitted.
= == := ===B ro'=::::: ::::::::: : ::: :. :.:.:.:.:.*:',:':':':':'::::::::::;:;:a n:: .:::er Bros' "M agnum
S., Force" is a Malpaso production
in which Clint Eastwood plays
Harry Callahan, an inspector in
the San Francisco Police
SDepartient attached to the
lH homicide Detail
*::1r W :Nr' fI He is a tough, courageous
*X." 1op who usually finds himself
in the centre of explosive,
.,- POSITION VACANT i e votnt situations involving
PSITION VACANT :.. racketeers, thieves, pros-
: iiiut e pimps, ruthless
An immediate vacancy exists in the ::: rimurderers and airline
Advertising Art Department of The hr la kers
Tribune. :::::::: ser suspense film laid
against a mosaic of chase
sequences. "Magnum Force"
Applicant must possess talent in s the sequel to "Dirty Harry.
S..: Director of "Magnum
* artwork, layout and paste-up; have Force" is Ted Post.
-. working knowledge of various types and "::
|: advertising composition. W ULFF ROAD

: N::: ow showing thru Sunday,
S For application form and/or The Robe Sundays showings
Fr a a ano :: continuous from 4 p.m.
^ appointment, see or call John Cash, Monday thru Friday. Deaf
-. Advertising Manager, at 2-2768, between .: Smith and Johnny Ears
8 a.m. & 1 p.m. matinee continuous from 2:00,
.. evening 8 30 Parental
. :::: discretion is advised. Also
featured. "Trader Horn "
Deaf Smith and Johnny
... .starringAnthony Quinn.


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THE 19th NASSAU RANGERS

present

Jakn an d a4hion Show
on Friday, 19th April, 1974, at 7:00 p.m.
at
HOLY CROSS PARISH HALL
Highbury Park off Soldier Road
ii aid of The Bahamas Paraplegic Association &
The Bahamas Girl Guides Association
Camp Site Fund

Donation $2.50



The Fabulous

Trade Winds Bar

& Lounge
P'R 1'DI Y PR;, VTS
THE
EXCITING SOUNDS OF


CODY MARSHALL
AND HIS CIRCLE OF FRIENDS























Showlimes \1ghil 10:40 & 12:50

,oDke the evening complete with a gourmet dinner
in the Imperial Dining Room.
= Dinner from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
pa'


tfittin, is presented hb
Metro-Goldwyn -Mayer.
The action-filled western
adventure combines both


Anthony Quinn (Wulff Road)
comedy and history in a story
that finds two friends, one a
deaf mute, aiding Sam Houston
in retaining freedom in Texas.
The role of the deaf mute in
"Deaf Smith and Johnny Ears"
provides Academy Award
winner Anthony Quinn with
his first western in eight years
Pamela Tiffin. who came to
prominence in "One, Two,
Three." provides the romantic
interest
Metro-Goldwy n-Mayer's new
version of the classic adventure
film "Trader Horn" stars Rod
Taylor, Anne Heywood and
Jean Sorel
The story concerns the
exciting adventures of a safari,
led by Taylor as Trader Horn.
in a long and dangerous trek
across Africnan jungles, deserts,
swamps and mountains in
search of a legendary mine.

SAVOY
Now showing thru Sunday,
The Greatest Story Every Told
Sunday matinee starts at 3
p.m. and ends 6 44, evening
8 30.
Monday and Tuesday.
Showdown, plus Kansas City
Bomber matinee continuous
from 2 pm.. eening 8 30 Plus
late feature Tuesday night
Wednesday thru Friday. The
Robe matinees at 2 00 and
4-35. evening 8 30 Plus late
feature Friday night.


Vikings star back again


Mr. Francis Tarkenton and his family pictured outside
the Tribune. From left, are Angela, nine; Mathew, five; Mr.
Tarkenton holding Mellisa,four; and Mrs. Tarkenton.
Below: The coconut is a bit irregular for a football, but
Tarkenton thinks it's an adequate substitute for
demonstrating to these youngsters the technique of
throwing a pig-skin.


MR. FRANCIS "Fran"
Tarkenton, the Minnesota
Vikings' star quarterback
recently spent five days at the
Nassau Beach Hotel
vacationing with his wife and
children.
Mr. Tarkenton and his
wife, Elaine, have three
children, Angela, nine,
Matthew, five, and Melissa,
four.
This is the twelfth year in
succession that Tarkenton
has holidayed in the
Bahamas, and he says each
year's vacation seems to be
"better and better".
He says the reason the
Bahamas appeals to many
families as a vacationing
destination is because of "its
friendly people, superb
beaches and an atmosphere
adaptable to children".
Mr. Tarkenton, 34, told
the Tribune that his team, the
Minnesota Vikings, played
Miami in the Superbowl this
past January.
"I've played 13 years
professional with New York
and Minnesota and I hold
many passing records," he
said.
Mr. Tarkenton said he
played college football at the
University of Georgia where
he was an All-American.
Five years ago, Mr.
Tarkenton met Mr. Vernonri
Bullard. taxi No. 5 and it was
Mr. Bullard who brought him
and his family to the Tribune
yesterday. Mr. Bullard's wife,
Doris, is a longstanding staff
member of the Tribune.


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MUSICIANS TO
A TWENTY-THRFF-MAN troupe of
Bahamian musicians and dancers will make a
four-city promotional tour of the
midwestern United States fromrn April 20 to
May 8.
The group is sponsored jointly by the
Ministry of Tourism and the Bahamas
Music a nd Entertainers Union.
The producer is musician and entertainer
Freddie Munnings.
Performances will be made in Chicago.
Detroit, Pittsburg and Cleveland.


CONCERT
GRECO PRODUCTIONS.
an organisation of amateur
musicians, has scheduled an
open air concert tor 2 p m
Easter Monday at Fort
Charlotte The lthberians and
the Soulmakers are among the
groups slated to appear


TOUR U.S.
Included in the group are John and Becky
Chapman the Harley Simmns Band. Edwin
"Cherokee" Edwards and the New Breed
Dancers
The performers will present various
aspects of Bahamian culture. The
programme includes band selections, solo
drumming, fire dancing limbo display.
jump in dancing: the quadrille and heel and
toe polka and a Junkanoo finale.
In addition to the four live performances
the group will also tape a television show for
Channel 44 in Chicago.


EASTER BASKETS


THE OFFICERS and
members of the First Bahamas
branch of toastmaster Club
1600, will visit the Ranfurly
Homes for Children on Easter


Monday at 10 a.m. to
distribute Easter basket to
some 32 children.
Lester Gibson. president of
the club. will address the
children.


Calypso

Ritchie

BAHAMIAN recording
artist Ritchie Delamore has
been appearing at Peanuts
Taylor's Drumbeat Club since
April 1 and finishes there
tomorrow,
The show at the Drumbeat
is mainly, what Ritchie gives
his U.S. audiences folk
songs and ballads mixed with
a lot of calypsos.


The calypsos. he
bring the people here.


says.


Iu .ANDAT9:00_ 1
I The Heat Of The Night P.G.
starring SIDNEY POITIER. ROD STIFI(GER



NOW THRU THURSDAY
Matinee 2:45 & 4:50, Evening 8:30-'Phone 2-1004, 2-10051



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* Johnny Cashf


TheGospel Road
Sorry No Passes Will Be Accepted
Reservations not claimed by I 8:15 will be sold.


Last Day Sunday Last Day Sunday
One Matinee Only at 3 p.m. Continuous Showings
I Evening 8:30 from 3:00
"THE GREATEST STORY "THE TEN
EVER TOLD" G. "THE TEN
Charlton Heston, COMMANDMENTS" G.
Max Von Sydow Chariton Heston,
Monday & Tuesday-Yul Brynner
Matinee starts at 2 p.m. Monday & Tuesday
Evening 8:30 Continuous Showings
"KANSAS CITY from 3 p.m.
BOMBER" PG. "GUNFIGHT AT
Racquel Welch, COMANCHE CREEK" G.
Kevin McCarthy Audie Murphy, Ed Stone
PLUS
"SHOWDOWN" PG. PLUS
PLUS Late Feature "THE KING'S PIRATE" G.
Tuesday night. Doug McClure, Jill St. John



LAST DAY SUNDAY
Sunday Continuous from 4:00-'Phone 3-4666
"THE ROBE" G.
Starring
RICHARD BURTON -JEAN SIMMONS
STARTS MONDAY
Matinee Continuous from 2:00, Evening 8:30-
Phone 3-4666






SMJONN Y RS


ROD TAYLOR G 1 CNPcica .oR -e


OP NS. 6 30 Shows start 7 p.m
Sec 2 features late as 45s.
NOW thru TUES! *
"BOL "1 &10 :4 "MULI' S" 8:45





RED WILLIAMSON (PG.)

"TWO MULES
FOR (PG.)
SISTER SARA"
RESTAURANT CLOSED
Temporary For Repairs.


HAVE A HAPPY













with the Best Wishes of




TAYLOR INDUSTRIES LIMITED
P. 0. BOX N-4806/SHIRLEY ST. NASSAU/PHONE 28941-5


Ritchie Delamore,
originally Stubbs. was born in
Gregory Town, Eleuthera.
He got his start in the
church in Gregory Town and
later came to Nassau and
studied with Bahamian
entertainer, the late George
Symonette.
He then started out in the
Paul Meeres club along with
Peanuts Taylor, who also had
George Symonette as mentor
in his earlier years.
Delamore has played at
most of the clubs in Nassau,
and has recorded seven
albums in the past ten years.
His latest recording is due
out in two months.
It was recorded in Chicago.
from where he has just
returned.









The Tribune --- Saturday, April 13, 1974


Dal Curtis


Paul Nichols


APARTMENT 3-G By Alex Kotzky

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DIFFICULT FOR BUT THE OTHER IS THAT I DI N 'T THAT A PSYCHIATRIC
ME TO BELIEVE THAT YOU'RE A THINK A QUALIFIED PSYCHIATRIST INTERVIEW, DOCTOR. AS A
QUALIFIED PSYCHIATRIST WOULP ATTEMPT TO MAKE A PIAG- M MATTERR OF FACT, I'P BE
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WHAT'S
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O Conch Fritters Games

Fruits and Vegetables

Tea Books, etc.




You Can't Afford to Miss It!

Space kindly donated by Nassau Shipyards Ltd.


REX MORGAN, M.D.


As soon as the cracker is pulled, the still air
seems to explode, and Rupert reels back as
the sound builds up instead of fading away.
His head spinning, he cannot think clearly.
and everything around dissolves in a whirl of
starry flashes. Whatever's happening ? "
he gasps. It wasn't like this when we


pulled the first cracker!" Then, realisinghe
is on the edge of a sheer drop, he shrinks
back, and as he looks down he sees
enormous cracks appearing in the ice wall.
"It's breaking!" he cries. "The whistle!
I must blow Jack's whistle and save
myself ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS 27. Prevent
1. Stores 29. Allegory
6. Oppose 32. Watch
11. Water wheel 33. Misjudge
12. Before this 34. Flying saucer
time 36. Clump
14. Amid 40. California
15. Hatred research
16. Knowledge center
17. Large bird 42. Wield
19. Narcotics 44. Oriental lute
20 Love god 45. Lariats
22. Ampersand 47. Saltpeter
24. Legal matter 49. Bristly
25. California 50. Relative
army base 51. Jar


52 Broadcast
DOWN


3. Maine college
town
4. Brooch
5. Wise
6. TV summer
movie
7. Generation
8. Divert
9. Again
10. Inchworm
13. Snatch
18. Furious
21. Sun
23. Period of time
26. Son of Peleg
28. Ex-G.I.
29. Phobias
30. Troops
31. Aspiration
32.Aurora
35. Friction match
37. Say
38. Mockery
39. Cornered
41. Greek portico
43. Italian
province
46. Consult
48. Three


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%natiwrJR3igAeinAw
from the Carrel R er P I0tW i
r N GENERAL I L NDE t I[-: Unusually good for
\ behind-the-scenes work and conferences to
improve relationships Then you can bring this plan into the
open and make it operate successfully
ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr 19) Good day to get the support of
some bigwig for the success of some fond dream You can
accomplish much Be accurate
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) A good friend's suggestions
help gain your fondest wishes An expert can be very helpful
also where the financial is concerned
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Be more alert to what is going
on and you know how to please one who expects action You
can clear up situation with mate
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Plan new
arrangements with a partner, then carry through with them
constructively Avoid some situation that could get you in
trouble
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) Although you have much work to
do, you can easily expand activities so they are more
profitable and interesting Fellow workers can be helpful-
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept 22) Mend friendships and make
worthwhile new friends Have a fine time getting into some
new outlet. If an emergency arises, keep calm
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct 22) Improve conditions at home,
add more harmony Find the right outlets through which to
expand in the future Avoid the tendency to boast
SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov. 21) Make appointments with
those who can assist you in the future and be sure to keep
them Handle correspondence wisely; keep letters short,
precise
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec 21) Be practical to
improve lot in life Listen to partners before coming to
important decisions Improve -elations with friends
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan 20) Take care of personal
aims first, then get into lucrative business plans An evening
social can bring about fine ideas, suggestions
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb 19) You have important plans
and should not confide in others, but get the details perfected
now, secretly Use intuition which is accurate now
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar 20) Be with good friends and work
on some mutually profitable goals A personal aim can be
realized Some hobby will relax you
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will
make a big name for himself or herself, particularly in some
government connection or where dealing with the public in
general is concerned Slant the education along such lines,
particularly where learning new ways to be of service to the
masses is taught and the inventiveness in this nature is brought
out Don't push music or sports here, or it will be resented
"The Stars impel, they do not compel What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!

Rupert and the Ice

Crackers-27


I 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 EUSTACE GUSTAVUS
OUTTEN of P. 0. Box 2446, Sea Grape, Grand Bahama is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 6th day of April 1974 to The Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs,
P. Box N-3002, Nassau, Bahamas.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that HELEN ELIZABETH
GRANT of Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahame is applyingto
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a ctl .ta of The WGt MiS, and that any
person who k=wky, "?ho laJfMn r uld not
be wanted sou i'a n i tatnent of
the facts within 1ien1fiIt Iy ro the 6th day of
April, 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship Ministry of. Home Affairs, P. 0. Bbx N-3002,
Nassau.


JUDGE PARKER


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that HOWARD BENJAMIN
HOLTZCLAW, JR. of 408 Harbour House Towers,
Freeport, Grand Bahama is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
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 6th day of
April, 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau, Bahamas.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that NORMA NAILOR SHEERAN
of P. 0. Box F-2478, 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 th 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 ANTONIO BORSETTO of No
35 Tivoli Gardens, Freeport, Bahamas is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, tor
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 6th day of
April, 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau, Bahamas.



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




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that SARAH RUTH HANNAH
HOLTZCLAW of 408 Harbour House Towers, Freeport,
Grar'd Bahama is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationility 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 6th day of April, 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau,
Bahamas.



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




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



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MABLE EDITH WILLIAMS
of Yellow Elder Gardens, Nassau, Bahamas is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 13th day of


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The Tribune - Saturday, April 13, 1974


CLASSIFIED


SECTION


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


REAL ESTATE


II


I 14095
CAN'T AFFORD THE
DOWNPAYMENT ON A
IHOUSE7 Then pay on a lot
on which you will build your
I house. Only $75 required.
o rom $80 monthly. 'o0
interest charges. Beach and
lake rtqhts.
YAMACRAW BEACH ESTATE
Call Pat Rutherford at 41141
or Morley & O'Brten at 23027
or 24148
C14073
2 bedroom house Johnson
Terrace, fully finished wall
to wall caioet large patio
$30.000 Tel. 51905 days
42/1",j after b p ni

C 14176
LOT in Blai near Tuckaway.
Call 2-3041 between 9 and 5,
4 1346 after 6

C 14177
A LARGE (rriier lot Bernard
,Road arid Wi'idso Estate. Price
$6,000.00
Large 10,000 sq.tt lots (100 x
100 ft.) in well established
subdivision with utilities
available Price $6,300.00
tern:'s available.
A larqe commercial lot 106 x
S169 ft. Carmichael Road.
A < orner lot 60 x 110 ft. South
t,,ii hi state Reasonable cash
l(.ice or good terms available.
Lots i, Golden Gates 1 & 2
Sunshine Park, Seven Hills.
Bamboo Townl a'd Dan
Notta:ie Estate.
Ter i tosuit voui budget. Call
I r a!' Estate 2392 1

]41 ;);
L) L GH T FLI hill top
esaer' r Skyline Heights,,
secluded and quiet. with three
bedrooms. two ard a half baths,
living room separate dining
rro r' ib ieakfast ioom modern
U.)("lV. ljundrv wimml r ng
I LI)0 I ',d pat'o. two-car
atcrpoi Thiee quarters of an
acre of landscaped grounds.
$ 15,000 00 furnished
AB:J Ry. beautiful and
iiM v nev b bedrooms. 3
tuxurI is bathrooms, living
Irioo dining room family
I ocnm ,Iti a-modern kitchen
with all appliar..es including
garb iage compactor and
ii s h v a s h e r C carpeted
hirougfr Lt Lot 200 x 100
Ready to move into except for
the furniture $140,000 00.
Ui'jfuri ,hed
H. G CHRISTIE LTD Phone
21041 2 3 4

C14193
1 Apart' ino sr'*e Twynamr
Av'n,,;e 81 ) 'i0. Has two
~ircr triI; n. rented.
$1 8.0(Jlf
-. T )rn erc ii lots
Car1' r ,.'L P it each lO)0 '(
160 .l, t i $15,000 of
$8.500 .'. n
3. Waterfrnt lot ,)t ut east 60 x
100. $23,000.
4. Easter- R.,atd lot 100 315.
$45,00f
5. Eas-t..r, Road lot 100 x 140.
$33.00':
6. Wir.to' Z -itui0ey house, fully
f uriish t, r i.pi,( etc. Only
$55,000,
7. C, .. ., ,vN nBa. y Street 5
jldi p r, 3 baths, fully
Uit nn f largie I-.t $110,000.
8 ro., ,'r N.'i.s i East froir
$37,000 t( $17,000
CHESTr P THiCOr..PF'SON REAL
ESTAT r 4/// E venings

C 1402f,
D _VSU'" t3. L ESTrATE
.C LTI1
S.. .d ,al E tate Broker,
-" : '' 21178 5 5.408


e. 0 nox N 4r,4.
';i siaJ, Babol tia.,
roiudly prr-s.r
'S' SHINfG IlE i'L F ST -TE

TH 4OUJGf'IOLT TH F
i CmAMONWEtAL TH
2 a 'rid 14 BE DROOM
' If the 1 ; li ving


St! ,t r ', 1 aj', on their

SAN 'i) rJCI
BLAIR I STATf S
GLFNIS TON GIAR[)[ 't S
WINI ON
THE GROVE (WP,,, HRay)
SKYLINE HEIGHTS
NASSAU FAST
SIA BPEE/E
VILLAGf. ROAL)
GOLDEN GATES
HIGHLAND PARK
PROSPECT RIDIGI
WESTWARD VILLAS
CONDOMINIUM
APARTMENTS
in PARADISE ISLAND
EAST BAY STREET
WEST BAY STREET
HOTELS and HOTEL --TES,
BEACH LOTS, COMMER
CIAL LOTS, RESIDENT AL
LOTS
ACREAGE FOR
DEVELOPMENT IN THE
NASSAU AND FAMILY
ISLANDS SUCH AS GRAND
BAHAMA LONG ISLAND,
ELEUTHERA, ABACO
45 ACRE CAY IN THE
EXUMAS WITH DEEP
WATER HARBOUR AND
MORE


CALL
DAVSON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENCY
Phone 21178 or 80932 21178
P. 0. Box N-4648
Nassau, Bahamas.


REAL ESTATE


C 14096
IF you have $1950 cash and
qualify for the mortgage you
can be in a MT. PLEASANT 3
bedrooms house 30 days from
now. Tel- 24148 or 23027
Morley O'Brien Real Estate.

C14175
TWO bedroom two bath
cottage Sears Addition, garage
and storeroom, laundry,
orchard with bearing fruit
trees. TERMS AVAILABLE.
Call 2-3041 between 9 and 5,
4-1346 after 6.

C14115
LOT 50 x 100 Ann's Town
off Kemp Road, south of
Square Deal Bar.
2 homes 1 bedroom V1 bath
and 2 bedroom 1 bath on lot -
$20,000.00. Tel. 3-1849 -
5-1430.
C 14202
BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom
house li12 baths, in Fox Hill
Subdivision. Contact Sidney
McCartney 3-2377 days,
"-2614 nights.

C14201
9 Single Lots off Carmichael
Road ranging from $4,500 and
$3,500. Contact Sidney
McCartney, 3-2377 days,
4-2614 nights.

C14167
EXECUTIVE home Westward
Villas 2 blcoks from sea with
beach rights. Large corner lot
walled garden, fruit trees, four
principal bedrooms, two baths,
guest bedroom and bath, large
living/dining with fireplace,
large kitchen bar, breakfast
room, laundry room, servants
toilet, family room with
adjoining office, screened
Bahama room, swimming pool,
patios, king size barbecue.
Central air ceiling fans, board
of works permit to build guest
cottage on grounds, two
rainwater tanks, two wells,
sprinkler system for garden.
Asking $160,000 unfurnished
will consider terms. FOR
APPOINTMENT CALL
OWNER 7-7666.

C14214
TWO LOTS ON CANAL AT
SEABREEZE--- with two
uncompleted houses, one up to
belt asking only $25,000.00.
GROVE, OUT WEST -
Semi-hilltop lot with
uncompleted 2-storey house in
course of construction.
Anyone with ideas of building
a lovely home, this is it. Only
$40,000.00.
GOLDEN GATES 3
bedrooms 2 bath house,
un fu-nished. Asking
$35,000.00.
BUEN RETIRO- 3 bedrooms
2 baths furnished 70 by 173.
Walled-in, walking distance to
Town. Only $37,000.00.
BUEN RETIRO 3 bedrooms
2 bath, plus ONE spacious
garage apt. furnished -income
both places $500 per month or
$6,000.00 year. Beat inflation
become secure. Only
$48,000.00. With or without
terms.
PRINCE CHARLES -- have
FIVE BEDROOM HOUSE,
Patio, with Air, some furniture
and appliances only
$45,000.00.
DIAL DAMIANOS 22033,
22305 evenings 411 ]7


FOR RENT


C14024
COTTAGES and apartments
monthly airconditioned,
fully furnished, maid service
available. Lovely garden and
swimming pool. Telephone
31297, 31093.

C14199
ONE furnished efficiency or
bachelor apartment Clifton
Street, Shirley Heights. $110
per month. Call 5-6963.

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

C14156
EASTERN ROAD one and
two bedroom apartments with
patio, pool, phone, attractively
furnished. Call 4-2387
morning<


C14169
MODERN
bedroom


attractive threat
two bathroom


furnished houses, available for
long term lease.
Situate on sizeable landscaped
lots in the Grove just off West
Bay Street, one with swimming
pool. Contact telephone
59403.

C 14006
MOVING?
For Expert Packing &
Forwarding by Sea or Air,
Contact E. H. Mundy &
Co. (Nassau) Ltd., P. 0.
Box N-1893. Phone
2-4511.


-L-


tATA
,,.PROVED CARGO
RIGHTS


I8


FOR RENT MARINE SUPPLIES


C14013 -
2 BEDROOM duplex
apartment Sans Souci.
Telephone 5-2398.
C14182
3 BED, 2 bath duplex, quiet
neighbourhood. Private drive.
Reasonable rates. Call 24169
days or 53208 after 6 p.m.

C14185
LARGE two-bedroom
attractively furnished duplex
apartment Stapledon Gardens.
Telephone 31804.

C14012
MAUDONNA APARTMENTS
Corner Mount Royal Avenue
and Durham Street,
Two-bedroom apartments,
completely furnished.
Telephone daytime 28272
after 6:00 p.m. 53418.
C14184
$200 monthly Picturesque 2
level stone house amid country
estate, overlooks western
suburbs, completely furnished,
quiet, available immediately,
quick access beaches, airport,
shopping. Phone owner 5-7224
(evenings).

C14010
THE WAKEFIELD
APARTMENTS
Corner Cordeaux Avenue,
Englerston. One and two
bedroom apartments,
completely furnished.
Telephone daytime 2-8272,
after 6:00 p.m. 5-3418.

I CARS FOR SALE ,
C14021
1972 VOLKSWAGEN 1300
Sedans excellent condition,
radio, W/W tyres, low mileage.
Finance and insurance
available. Call 36611-2-3-4.
C14174
1969 Toyota Corona Al
condition. Good buy for a
conservative. Call 52104 after
6.
C14144
1972 MERCURY Cougar,
power steering, power disc
brakes A/T AM/FM
stereo track tape. Excellent
condition. Only 16,000 miles.
Asking $4,900.00. Phone
42766.
C14173
1967 MGB Good Running
Condition, $500.00 Contact L
Curry, corner of Marathon
Estates, Robinson Road.

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. .hPhone
23283 days 31975 nights.
C14181
1972 CHEVY MALIBU -
2-door, airconditioned,
gold-brown with beige top,
automatic transmission, power
steering, power brakes, radio.
Very good condition, $3,750.
Owner leaving. Telephone
24698 day 41291 night.
C14204
1966 HILLMAN Imp -
Excellent condition $300. Call
34967.
C14179
AUSTIN'64 S/W Good running
condition, new tyres, licensed,
insured, needs body work. Best
offer. 42387 mornings
C14203
1969 MUSTANG. Good
condition. 4 wide-track wheels
with Mags. $1800 O.N.O.
Phone Sidney McCartney,
3-2377 days, 4-2614 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.


C14211
NEW, 23,000 B.T.U. General
Electric airconditioner, $450.
Address inquiries P. 0. Box
142, Governor's Harbour,
Eleuthera.

MIAINE SIPPIUES
C 13999
PACEMAKER 44 ft.
Luxurious Cruising Yacht.
Phone 3-2371.

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

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.


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

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 Bahamiar
Paint Supply, Bay Street:
Clear Cast
Decoupage
CaNdle Craft
Tissue Craft
Phone 2-2386, 2-2898.

BUSINESS 7
OPPORTUNITIES,__
C14160
RESTAURANT for sale. Small
take-out. Good small business
investment. Great potential.
Business and equipment
included. Call Mr. D. P. 21306
23237.

C14087
RESTAURANT type business
for sale. Corner Shirley Street
and Kemp Road. Phone 31165.

C14208
SNACK take-away business for
sale downtown. Phone 31165


S-WANTEDZ

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

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


ANNOUNCEMENTS
C14210
VISITORS ARE ALWAYS
WELCOME


NEW WAY OF HOLINESS
CHURCH OF GOD
5th Street, Coconut Grove
Services: Sunday School 10 a.m
Sermon 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
A CHURCH WITH A VISION
Pastor Bishop Sonnie 0. Pinder.

C14206


Rev. A. A. MISSICK is now an
ordained Bishop of The First
Born Church of God Written in
Heaven. Ordination services
took place Sunday 7th April
1974 by the General Overseer
Rev. Bishop H. Mitchell.
C 14063
JUST ARRIVED
NEW SHIPMENT
Polyester double knit 60-62
inches wide; also Jersey
material variety of colours,
custom made dresses for ladies
and children.
YOUR ONE STOP SHOP
FOR ALL SCHOOL
CHILDREN UNIFORMS
Also Polyester double knit"
material for men all colours
MODERNISTIC DRY GOODS
Opposite Wulff Road Theatre
Telephone 3-4580


C 14002
WOLSEY HALL
THE OXFORD CORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE
Whatever Ihe qualilk-aiton )ou anl -
G C E "0' and 'A' levels, a London
University Degree. Professional Ex-
aminairons or Business Sludies Wose)
Hall founded in IR94givesyou
A guarantee ofr Iuion unlil you pass
yourexaminationar noexiracosi
An oul'landing re 'ord of suceS's For
example 87". of Wolsey Hall students
selling for B A honour s degrees have
passed in Ihe lasi 7 years
Over 75 years ofexperience resultni in
ihe most efficient modern methods of
postal teaching- hy airmail if required
Personal luilion to metel our precise
requiremenis
Lon fees payahlehy insialmenis
If you %an ito know how io
pr epare for a successful future
*rlle for a Free prospectlus to:
Depl. V.E.I.
yMlitYISOM1 912ill WN


II


ANNOUNCEMENTS


C14190
POLYESTER
at
$3.99 and $4.50
"FIFI FABRICS"
Next door Just Rite Bakery
Collins Avenue

IN MEMORIAL
C14217


IN sad but fond memory of
Thedford K. Saunders who
departed this life six years ago
yesterday.
A few more storms shall beat
On this wild rocky shore,
And we shall be whpre
tempests cease,
And surges swell no more.
Left to mourn his father and
mother Mr. & Mrs. C. W.
Saunders, two brothers, Byron
and Emmett, a sister,
Cyprianna and other relatives.

FE4209 SERVICES

C14209


FUNERAL services for the late
Mr. Winslow Winkie Hamilton
of Rock Crusher Road and
formerly of Andros Avenue
will be held Easter Sunday
14th April 1974 at 3:00 p.m.
at Our Lady's Church, Deveaux
Street.
Father Patrick Holmes and
Rev. 0. A. Pratt officiating.
Interment will follow in the
Western Cemetery.
Mr. Hamilton is survived by
wife Jacquelyn, 2 daughters
Keliah and Winsolette, parents
Mr. & Mrs. Reuben Hamilton,
3 brothers, 8 sisters,
mother-in-law Dianna
Thompson, one grandmother
Mary Hamilton and a host of
relatives.



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

SCHOOLS
J14000
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.


HiELP WANTED


C14121
WANTED:
Seamstresses
and benefits.
2-3365.


3 experienced
- excellent wages
Call for interview


C14155
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper --
typist required for real estate
and club development
company. For appointment
call 78421 or 2 or write Box
6202, Nassau.
C13945 -
ASSISTANT Manageress
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._
IC 14005


IIi


TRAVELLING?

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



APPROVED PASSENGER
RIGHTS


AI


HELP WANTED


C14161
WANTED: Body and Fender
man. Contact: Gibson Body
Works, Carmichael Road.
C14151
HOTEL ASSISTANT
MANAGER for Out Islands.
Minimum of 5-10 years
experience, preferable
non-drinker. Give full resume
stating salary requested to Adv.
C14151, c/o The Tribune, P.
0. Box N-3207 Nassau.'

C14119
STUDENTS
International firm of chartered
accountants requires students
in their Nassau office.
Applicants should be
considering a career in
accounting leading to a
A.C.C.A. Degree The
successful applicants will have
at leastleast 5 "0" levels., including
English and Maths. Preference
will be given to those
applicants having an additional
2 "A" levels.
Please send resume of
qualifications, experience in
public accounting, if any, and
salary expected to: Touche
Ross & Co., Chartered
Accountants, P. 0. Box
N-7526, Nassau.

C 14183
TEN waitresses needed men
or women, with references and
health certificates. Contact Mr.
Mitchell at Dirty Dicks, Bay
Street between 11:00 a. m. 3
p.m.

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.

C14213
CLERK TYPISTS, male, for
Ocean Cay, Will type routine
reports and inventory.
Interviews will be held at
McDermott Associates,
Frederick and Bay, Wednesday,
April 17 between 2 and 5 p.m..
Call 2-1323 for appointment.
C14200
THE HOUSE OF PASCAL
INC. (Pharmaceuticals) desires
experienced salesman in
medical related field. Minimum
five years experience. Send
resume to THE HOUSE OF
PASCAL INC., P. 0. Box
420183, Allapattah Station,
Miami, Florida 33142.
C 14180
WANTED: Live-in maid.
References required.
Telephone 4-1533 after 5 p.m.

C14212
BARCLAYS BANK
INTERNATIONAL LIMITED,
P. 0. Box F-2404, Freeport,
requires Confidential Executive
Secretary able to type at 60
w.p.m. and take shorthand at
80-100 w.p.m.
Applicants should have at least
5 years Commercial
experience. Bahamian only.
Telephone Nassau, Staff
Manager 27466, Freeport
352-8391.

C 14207
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.


C14215
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT
required to set up audit
systems and procedures for
rapidly expanding multi-
national group of banking
and trust companies affiliated
with a holding company in
Luxembourg with subsidiaries
in the Caribbean and Europe,
and to assume the duties and
responsibilities of the newly
created position of Senior
Auditor for the Group. The
incumbent will be required to
perform some travel to carry
out his audit functions and to
report to the respective Boards
of Directors of the Group in
various parts of the world.
Successful candidate must hold
certificate of membership in
the Institute of Chartered
Accountants with a minimum
of five years practical
experience with a recognized
firm of Chartered Accountants
in the United Kingdom and/or
the Bahamas.
Salary commensurate with
qualifications and experience,
plus non-contributory fringe
benefits including group life
and travel accident insurance,
medical assistance and major
medical insurance and pension
plan. Qualified candidates are
invited to submit written
resumes of educational
background qualifications and
experience to Managing
Director, World Banking
Corporation Limited, P. 0.
Box N-100, Nassau.


I I TRADE SERVICES L


C14027

PIader's Custm

Brokeraeg 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

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


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

C14197
RADIATORS
Re-cores and repairs stop by
The Nassau Repair Shop,
Mackey Street and Chesapeake
Road, or phone 24710-21716.
SERVICE GUARANTEED


TRADE SERVICES


C14125
ACT now before the burglar
comes. Call Scriven's
Maintenance Service for your
security and maintenance
requirements. Tel. 5-1 748.

C14110
LANDSCAPING and for all
your gardening needs.
trimming, hedging, pruning,
tree felling and beach cleaning
call 57810. LAWNS AND
HE DG ES. Prompt
reasonable and efficient
service.
C14001
T. V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes
apartments and hotels
Call 5-9404
WORLD OF MUSIC
Mackey Street
Next to Frank's Place

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

C14198
BODY WORK AND PAINT
JOBS.
For the best in quality and
service have your car resprayed
by The Nassau Repair Shop -
Mackey and Chesapeake
Phone 24710 21716.
FREE ESTIMATES.

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


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GRAND BAHAMA '


CLASSIFIED
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REAL ESTATE HELP WANTED

15072 C15073
OTS LOTS- LOTS LOTS D I R E CTO R OF
)WN A PIECE OF FREEPORT D E E D I NGCUSTO ME R
le have lots of lots, RELATIONS
residential, Commercial, Individual should possess
Waterfront, all around thorough knowledge of
report, Lucaya, Close in accounting and computer
Ready for building, SELECT pfint-outs relating to Land
ROM $2000 UP, Low down Sales agreements. Ability to
jyment Easy terms, handle all facets of a Customer
SACRIFICED Relations Department and
because owners have changed procedures relating to the
,lans, deaths, divorces or 'ecoo dining and registiation of
possessions J.S.R. REAL valuable documents. Individual
STATE, Freeport's First is expected to provide poimpt
icensee, No. 5 Savoy andxe cu(tive information to
building, Pioneer Way, Box EDxeCi tie an d 1 egal
-93, Freeport, 352 8811. Depai tment ( r ceI ning
t1 C. .. f1'' 1 1 I 1. 1.


HELP WANTED

15057
ARDE MANGER: 1o be in
harge of Pantry. Must also be
ble to do display & set up for
uffet and hors d'oeuvres
parties. 3-5 years experience.
police record, health certificate
ind letters of references
required.
PASTRY CHEF: To be in
charge of the Bake Shop &
Pastries, schedule staff and bt
responsible for Bake Shop and
outside catering. 5-7 years
experience as a Pastry Chef
Police record, health certificate
and letters of refel i1ncess
required.
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY:
To do secretarial duties to the
General Manager. Typing,
shorthand and confidential
reports. Must -be able to speak
and write French. Police
record, health certificate and
letters of refteiencs required.
INTERESTED PERSON ,
APPLY: GRAND BAHAMA
HOTEL, WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA. Personnel Office.
between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
and 3:00 p.m. Monday through
Friday. Mailing address: 158
Port Road, West Palm Beach,
Florida, 33404. Elon Martin,
Jr. Personnel Director.


a ctc l 0 I tfI 1 J d) a b 1 ( 2 0
conversing with tiustlomel s in
relation to status of their
accounts, comllmunlity affairs
and future possibilities.
Individual is also responsible
for tianingl Bahamians in the
Department.
Apply to: The Grand Baharna
Development Company, Ltd.
Pe i sonnel Depa tment,
Luc ayaln I1. ,Il 'I P. . Box
F 2660, Freep(oi t, Grand
Baha ma.

Cl 0O/O
FREEPORT CONSTRUCTION
COMPANY LIMItTE) iec(quIe
the following empl,/I.e.. Six
men at)bl to t olen and witti to
help in taking I e0pait paits
Inverlntoly tfo ap[)l)1 imaltely
twvo weeks. One (iul with
typing skills to ) m aoil tairl
in vertol y ( ai ds, p I lpalct
mI onthly wovvoi k od 1-', 1and
l Ic ( eI la neous m o n t h ly
inventoiy repoits Onre man to
fill the capacity of Assistant
Vi(e Pl'sidenlt hanl vinll 20 25
years expect ien e inl heavy
con'tll action as well as
extensive expelien11te. ill
Iildusti al const ructionI
Applicant must be able tto
estim ate jobs,, negotiate
contI acts and tihandle c ustomr0i
relations. All inteie)stetd prisons
should phone Alv', Swa'nn at
352-7091, o01 w tI 1 2410,
Fieepolt.


HELP WANTED
Ci 5065
1 MAITRL Ir'ndivdualU
must have at least thie years
expel loeiC a ,l' phase s a '
restauIant ,e ce 'Must also be
able to orga ise, train andd
supervise personrr,. Good
Refie nei eF, Police Cetiflc'te
and Health Lcrtr ce
Seq LI i red.
1 SOUS CHFFF
Must have three years
,rxpei ence 1it first class hotels
or restaurants in preparation ,1
Gourmet cuismeo Must be able,
to relieve ihef at a', tim -.
Good Reference-s, Polio
Certificate and dicith
Certificate required
Applicants should apply :;
person to: The Pe0 son ne
D e pa rtment B ha a a s
Amnusemrents Lirnited (F L
Casino) Inter national Ba.-aa,,
P. O. Bo)x 78 FreIpo,/'F
Grand B' a ia.,i Bahi.ta '.

C 15059
PIANIST: Pianist to play V i'h
OSSIF HALL BAND at th,"
Grand Bahama HoteIl Shiio'd
have ten years mi ,i. -il
background in playing and
readic i lg m isii Y. ApplicantI
should )I i Ing along Po i(e
icord, health cei tificate andct

INTI RMf l-(Tj PERS(ONSFj
APPI Y RANi rAHAMA
HOT; L. i'.iST T I ), (ORANJ
BAHAMA fFA .,;i fel O n-'F .
bet'., '''- the .Giol W- o1' 1.00 aji
nd 1 00 1) ';, i( !v t1 ouh h

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,houild he inter te, :
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HELP WANTED
C 15066i
Required by Bahamas Oil
Refin-wg (Company, Grade 'B'
,pei tiis Applicarnts should
ha.-ve ast a high school
)ducatario ist have at least
1'ie (,) year.i experience in
Io)el1 w iO is of large scale
I)etroleum d1 1,t llatio0n or jetty
i n i .'. anld related

MIaIl liteume 110 conf idence to:
Perisonner l Of f icei, P. O. Box
F 2435, Freeport, Grand
Bahama

Job lin. BURNFRHMEN (TWO'
Gu' d hbiSltii eduticatrion
MinimumoU1 expoi ience 3-b yeai 5.
c xp1il ience in fuel butn iiic
pIt,cess ii rotary y kilns arind
pioductionr of Clinket Cement
Plant totoaiy kiln burneimnai,
['u ties, R -sp o n si IiIiti es,
i CIwte In1s 0 pIoduce


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Pe i-, Crm .,p 11.v P 10 Fox
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' SHAWNEE Daily Srolvice
, between West Palm Beach and
West End foi Reservations call
She Gland Bahallma Hotel (Ex.
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12 The Tribune Saturday, April 13. 1974


"How close !u office did voL gpt TIlS morning
before ,our car ran out of gas? '


If the EIster bunny will hippity-hop into
(Uilchen


the


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CARROLL RIGHTER'S

HOROSCOPE
1 from the Carroll Righter Institute
N, GENERAL I F DENCIES An unpredictable
day and evening when you can easily ward off
unfortunate situations by being cheerful and pleasant. Try not
to harass others in the face of a temptation to break up some
conditions you do not like.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr 19) Although friends may
disappoint you today, be sure you think of their goodness in
the past and have patience now. Avoi,. new acqu. intances.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20' Make sure you follow every
regulation that concerns you and do nothing that could ruin
your reputation. Be sure to pay important bills.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Do not commit yourself to
any new conditions even though they seem interesting. Obtain
all the data you need and add to knowledge.
\MOO\ CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Keeping promises
you have made is important now. Loved one is in a playful
mood so don't be annoyed. Lighten your own spirit.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 2P1 An associate may feel out of sorts
so don't press some agreement made and soon all will work
out nicely. Do some reading tonight
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Attend to regular duties early
in the day and then handle personal affairs Avoid a dangerous
situation that could bring trouble.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You can find pleasure at
recreations in the evening provided you don't spend too much
money Not a very good day for creativity
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Carry through with the fine
decisions you have made over the weekend. Show others you
are an intelligent person Use care in motion
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Forget own interests
for now and try to be of greater help to those dwelling with
you. Think along very logical lines tonight.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) You have to use more
modern systems if you are to become more affluent Try not
to let you enemies make a fool of you Be wise.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You are discontented
because you are not making yourself as attractive as you
should, so get at that quickly now. Think wisely.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar 20) Study conditions around you
and remove those things that do not appeal to you. Use good
judgment instead of relying on your hunches.



THE Make You Very CROSS-word. The one with no numbers and.
except for the first in each section, no order to the clues. One
hint by compiler TIM McKAY : The six-letter word in the Down
section should be eaev to find. Solution on Monday.


CROSSWORD

PUZZLE


[erS L .
3 The en ;
9 wor


DOWN


IEN
A N


KE LD6PEl

Ei~4lOIS-.T1U1FiRs
,FAiBUaYE--


OATAAsNDrRE
SITOSE NI ECE
SAH EI Ai REND


SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
? k .p7 Lib,-ral
S re 8 Civil Rights
group
9 Chinese
5 Smgi- factory
10 Bones
b Achieve 15 Uncertain
7 8 9 tO 18 French assent
19 Rolled tea
13 20 Feminine
-- -- pronoun
/ 6 21 Swiss canton
22 Fictitious
name
24. Low boor
25 i
25 26 27 26 Greek e'ter
27. Collide
29 Attempt
32 Suiting
material
33, Dross
34 Castro s land
S', .. 35 Styptic
36 Entice
4/ '- 38 Church bench
39 Blackjack
/47 40 Frost
41 French
oau res 4-17 marshal


Rupe't!r si acs" e "'e wind whistle from his
pocket bu'o ef -,e can use it there is a
thunderous 'S '; risound and the mass of
ice Isz.DS -6 y i .'"-ea':h him in a long,
either 'ig 'i 'r.e ."ce rear is carried down-
wa'd ,wh* :, e e boh-iders crash past him


The sharp note of the whistle changes every-
thing for Rupert. Instantly a swirling wind is
conjured from below, a wind strong enough to
check the little bear s fall and send him up
and up amongst the tumbling masses of ice.
SIt's working' he pants as he is wafted
high into the air and away from danger. My,


Clues Across
Fast trains and good news-
papers (9)
Moving. (5)
The horse has a mixed coat. (4)
Skilled. (4)
Fisherman uses it. (6)
Turkish city. (6)
Give for a time. (4)


as the wall collapses slowly into the depths
of the valley. Even as he falls Rupert blows
the whistle as hard as he can in a frantic
effort to escape from the avalanche. "Will it
save me ? he wonders. Is it too late ? "


oh my, how glad I am that Jack lent me that
whistle." As before, the wind softens and
Rupert finds himself borne towards the castle
of King Frost. I believe I'm going to land
there," he cries as he sinks gently between
the snowy turrets. "Hooray, that's fine "
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


Health resort. (3)
State rule. (3)
Flower. (4)
('hisels, awls, and drill-, kept
here. (4, 5)
Ideal. (4)
Used Jet of water. (5)
Necessary for drinks part,. (31
Shelter. (3)
Clues Down
Set up on permanent basis. (tI
Football competition triumphs.
(5, 4)
Sound given off by lungs in had
shape. (4)
Public display. (9)
Vestment. (4)
R It a e tcent.
S pan1Is h I i j E&I
river. (3 ) E
re witched.
(9)
I) e s re
e earnestly.
(6)
Job. (4)
Shrill sound
as of bag- S 00JJ E
pipes. (5)
Soaked. (9) yesterday's solue o


STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD


Winning Bridge


By VICTOR MOLLO
SOME players get such a thrill
from outwitting their opponent
that the means justifies the end.
By and large, however, beagn
too clever I s worse than not be-
ing clever enough.
Dealer South: Love All
North
4 10 9 3 2
Z K 5 2
094
4 J 10 9 8
West East
S A 5 64
Z QJ98 0 1076
OJ876 OA532
SQ 4 2 Sou K 7 6 5
4 K Q J 8 7
V A43
0 K Q 10
4A 3
South North
14 2+
44
West led the MQ and South
saw a loser in every suit. The
only hope was to discard
dummy's third heart on a dia-
maxnd. Unfortunatedy, to play
East effectively for the OA re-


quires a secnd entry to dwmnnw.
The clever player has the
answer. He leads the 04 to his
OK and underleads his trumps,
hoping that if West has *Ax (x)
he won't waste his ace. A far
better play is to finesse the 010
at trick two. If East has the
OJ, a 50-50 chance, there's no
further problem.
Alas, when this hand came up,
South was the too clever type.
West want clever enoud h and
a dubious play succeeded where
a sound one would have failed.
And yet I am sure that South
was the real loser. West may
learn to be wary. but South.
encouraged to rely on cleverness,
will lose a packet-in the long


Chess
By LEONARD BARDEN


This offbeat endgame occurred
in a tournament in Sweden.
Wh te ito move> is playing up
the board; does he win, lose. or
draw ?
Par times: 10 seconds,. grand.
master, 20 sLconds. che.- master;
40 seconds. chess expert; 2
minutes, county player; a
minutes, club standard; lit
minutes, average; 20 minutes
novice.

Chess Solution
White drau s by 1 P- Kt4!
R KtP ,if not I . R .QP ?:
2 P P and the united pawns ci
twin for White:. 2 P-Q7, R--QS U
tif 2 . R-Ktl; 3 K-B4, Z
R-Q1; 4 K P, Rx P; 5 P-Kt4 0
draws : 3 P-Kt4! R QP; 4 F-
P P with a draw'. Black's king 0
is far away, so he has to sacrifice f
his rook for White's last pawn. Z
:J



OW many
Swords of
L fou r letters
or more can
you make
from the
letters shown
here? In mak-
Ing a word.
Se ac letter
D G may be used
once only. -J
--- Each word d
must contain the large letter
and there must be at least one Z
eight-letter word In the list. No _j
plurals; no foreign words; no
dSrolr names. T 0 A Y'S
TARGET : 38 words, ood: 50
words, very good : words.
excellent. Solution on Monday.
YESTERDAY 8 OL UTION:
Acor rnbarn bare barn baron
boar boracie boric born brain
bran cairn carbon CARBONIC
carob cobra coir corn crab eran
crib Iron orea orein rain roan
robin.


17 FEW HUN19REP YARDS APAR,,
JULIE AN OEOWl POPER T/& BIZARRE
I/aCIPTS E 76AT HAVY SUPPC(NL Y
7TUREP THEIR 1L/VES /TO A NIGHTMARE.


Saunders & Overgard


20 21 i22
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Rupert and the Ice Crackers-28


Rupert and the Ice Crackers-29


I ,eComic /P.e



REX MORGAN, M.D. Dal Curtis

YOU GET UP F DO OU FNOW WHAT THAT'S A I WANT TO CO TO I'LL B( MORE
FRONT WITH I 'VE DECIDED I'M NOBLE THE SAME NURSES' THAN HAPPY TO
AT ,ANIE'S SUGGESTION, OAD---AND I'LL GOING ETO BECOME PROFESSION. TRAINING SCHOOLj K'ECOMMENO
DE GERNOR GE TIN THE A NURSE / ANIE / THAT U WENT YOU /














JUDGE PARKER Paul Nichols
-GOODBYE WELL.., IT'5 I WON'T MAKE WANT TO 'D LIKE TO5
MISS CALVIN NICE TO SEE THE OBVIOUS COME OUT TO UT I'E
DROPPING BY YOU, ABBEY! RESPONSE! THE MOUSE FOR 0GT TO N
SAM DRIVER I DIDN'T DINNER v MEET wiT
AE SNCEREXPECT YOU TONIGHT A CLIEN"'
FINDS HER
ATTORNEY-FRIEND
ESCORTING -
I JEAN CALVIN
TO THE DOOR! "








APARTMENT 3-G By Alex Kotzky


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The Tribune - Saturday, April 13, 1974 3


Heineken


meet


SSchlitz


tonight

WILLIE THOMPSON and Heineken Stars seek to lift their
record to the 500 mark percentagewise tonight when they meet
Bahamas Baseball Association's league leading Schlitz Beer in the
first game 7 o'clock at the Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre.
Del Jane Saints in the second game at 9:30 open a weekend
double header with the Bimini Marlins. Both teams meet in the
second game of the double header tomorrow afternoon at 1
o'clock.
Schlit/ who presently hold an 1 1-3 first place record, one and a
halt games ahead of a second place tie between Becks Bees and
Del Jane will no doubt prove strong opponents for the Stars (4-5).
Schlitz gave IHeineken one of their five losses.
Ihe ,.1'... m are the Bahamas Baseball Associations statistics
complied by chief scorer Robert Sumner and Geof Williams:-


STANDINGS


Scllitt/
Be( k,
Del June
Citibank
Marl ins
tHeineken
Jet Set
tBuicks
.('aTrr.lls
St Bernards


lop ten hlaterlls (25 2or miOre times at hat)


1. LoIkhart (Schlht/)
W. Knowtles (lecks)
\. I hotmipsmn (lleineken)
I tivlor (Be cks)
I. t)rd (iDel Jane)
V. Alburm iSchlit/)
I trroNs t(C'itdiank)
C. I hiompsion (Schlitl)
A. KobhCrts (Schllitz)
t. Bethel (St ierna.rd,.
3. kolcl h (titnl eke' )
I Caim pitchimp.


Citibank 298
let Jance 336
Scthlitz 395
Jet Set 241
Becks 309
Classic IBucks 21 I
St. iertimrd,, 276
Htcineekcn 258
Ma.rlitns l171
Carr-li's 255
lildnidual pitching (2(t r more innitngsI
R. Hall (lDel Jane)
I Io\ (Jet Set)
1i. Hall (Citihank)
I1. X itliatits (Schliti)
I'. 1 ranci ( Butcks)


IP'
76
85
94 1/3
so
74
44
6i
57 2/3
.38
Sl
pitclhcd.)
It'
30 2/3
20 2/3
28
5I 2/3
2S


avg.
.561
.474
.448
.441
.432
.429
.425
.417
.409
.400
.400


I RA
2.47
3.21
3.41
4.48
4.54
4 61
4.93
5.89
6.59


L RA
0.91
1.02
1.25
2.84
3.36


-You're out of line youngster




WOMEN.


FIFTY top competitors
from the Dolphins Swim Club
(pictured) along with 30
parents left Nassau Thursday
for Jamaica where they will
compete against the
Kingstone YMCA squad.
The meet began today in
the 50 metre pool at the
Jamaica Sports Centre in
Kingston.
Since the conception of
the Dolphin Swim Club some
five years ago, under the
coaching of Miss Betty Cole,
they have never lost a meet
such as this. "There is always
a strong team spirit and will
to win, that is accompanied
by a rousing supporter squad
of parents to make this a
remarkable club," a D.S.C.
spokesman said.
The friendship between the
Dolphins and the Kingstone
YMCA began three years ago
when Miss Cole met Mr. Carl
Dolhouse of Kingstone at a
coaches conference in
Montreal, Canada.


Knowles all set for Ruffins


BAHAMAS amateur
middleweight champ Nathaniel
Knowles tapers off his training
this weekend for his scheduled
main event Monday night
against Miamian Eddie Ruffins.
Having recovered from an
arm injury, Knowles will be
going for his fifth consecutive
victory since losing a split
decision last year,
Also fighting on Monday's
Amateur Boxing Association of
the Bahamas sponsored Easter
Golden Glove Tournament will
be light heavyweight sensation
Ernest Barr against golden
glove champion Allan Bullard.
Barr, trained by heavyweight


champ Boston Blackie stopped
Bullard in the first round of
their first outing earlier this
year.
Mr. Fred Sturrup, president
of the A.B.A.B. announced
that boxers from the Bahamas
will compete against a team
from Florida next month.
Following that, the Bahamians
will travel to Bermuda for a
tournament there.
When the team returns to
Nassau, Sturrup pointed out
that an inter-club tournament
is planned to further prepare
the representative boxers for
the August World Amateur
Boxing Championships in
Cuba.


In their first competition
in 1972, the Dolphins in
Jamaica came through by
only three points. Visiting
Nassau in the return match
last year, the Jamaicans
dropped their second meet to
the Dolphins.
The Jamaicans however got
their revenge against the
Freeport Aquatics Club in
Freeport last year.
To raise funds for this trip,
the Dolphins held a 12 mile
swim marathon which began
at the Narrows, down Nassau
Harbour. across the bar and
around Paradise Island. The
swimmers obtained donations


from friends and swimming
supporters making it a
success.
The Dolphin team to
Jamaica are Joanna Perry,
Monique Von Allmen, Linda
Fernie. Caron Norton,
Michael Redwood, Phillip
Holdom, Luca Von Allmen,
Anthony Abrahams, David
Griffiths. Mark Wilson, Greg
Geisalman, Sean McCartney,
Ignacio de Cardenas, George
Philpot. Joey Whitfield,
Karen Sands, Julie Griffiths,
Michelle Holdom. Dominique
Tarmey. Maria Rita de
Cardenas, Kim Norton.
Tammy Cole. Dawn Cole,
Cathy Adderley. Rocky
Adderley, Sally Blundell
Dawn Waugh, Fiona Holdom,
Clinton Sayers. Nichola
Povoy. John Vanderschoot.
Mark Norton. Francisco de


Cardenas, Ronnie
Debbie Sayers,
McCorquodale,
Adderley, D
M art i nborough.
Red may ne-Titley,
Popov,. Jeff Waugh,
Mart in b orough,
B r a i tw aite ,
McCorquodale.


Norton,
Julie
Camille
o na Id
Brett
Marc
Timmv
Billy
Jane
Jennifer


Adderley, Jeff Martinbor-
ough. Billy McSweeney, John
Lindley, Bruce Knowles, and
Miss Betty Cole (coach).


I.ONI)U\ Leeds United
held Conventry to a 0-0 draw
at Coventry today and edged a
step nearer the English soccer
championship title.
Liverpool could only
manage a 1-1 draw at Ipswich
and have now gone three games
without a win.
Leeds retained a three-point
lead. with 55 points against
Liverpool's 52. But time is
running out for Liverpool. who
have only five more games to
play. Leeds have four.
The crowded Faster
programme could settle the
championship. Leeds have to
play Sheffield United twice
at home Monday and away on
Tuesday.
A crowd of 35,182 saw
Leeds gain their vital point at
Coventry.
Toward the end of the game
Leeds were driven back and
only goalkeeper David Harvey
foiled Conventry.
Emlyn Hughes saved
Liverpool with a tremendous
goal from 25 meters at
Ipswich.
Ipswich were cheered on by
a crowd of 33.200, their
biggest gate of the season, and
went into the lead in the 24th
minute. Trevor Whymark
headed in a cross from David
Johnson.
Only some fine saves by
goalkeeper Ray Clemence kept
the Ipswich score down to 1-0
at Halftime.
Et.NG;LIStt LEAGUE
DIVISION 1
Uirminghan 0 Stoke 0
Burnley o Leicester 0
Chelsea 1 Arsenal 3
Coventry o Leeds o
Derbh 4 Sheffield United 1
Everton 4 Norwich I
Ipswich 1 Liverpool 1
Manchester Utd I Newcastle 0
Tottenham 3 Southampton I
West Ham 0 Wolverhamton 0
DIVISION 2
Cardiff 3 Middlesbrough 2
Carlisle 2 Notts Iorest 1
Hull City 1 Aston Villa I
Millwall 3 Crystal Palace 2
Notts County 0 Bolton 0
Portsmouth 3 I ulham 0
Preston 0 Oxford 0
Sheffield Wed 2 Luton 2


Sunderland I Britsol City 2
Swindon I Blackpool 0
West Bromwich I Orient 0
DIVISION 3
Aldershot 6 Cambridge 0
Bournemouth I Grimsby I
Bristol Rovers 1 Oldham 2
Chesterfield 1 Brighton 0
Hudderstield 0 Hereford 0
Port Vale I Halifax I
Rochdale 0 Wrexham 0
Walsall I Southend 2
Trainmere 3 Southport 1
Watford 0 Blackburn 0
York City 0 Shrewsbury I
DIVISION 4
Bradford Cits 3 Wurkington 2
Bury 3 loncaster 1
Chester 0 Brentford 0
('rewe 0 Barnsley 1
Darlington 0 Newport I
Exeter 0 Lincoln I
(illingham 2 Mansfield 2
Hartlepool 0 Swansea 1
Northampton 0 Peterborough I
Rotherham 1 Reading I
Scunthorp, T rorquay 0
SCOTTISH L EAGUF
DIVISION 1
Aberdeen 2 Partick Thistle 0
Arbroath 3 Hibernian 2
Clyde 0 Motherwell 3
Dundee United 0 Celtic 2
Dunfermline 3 tlumbarton 2
I'alkirk 1 A\r United 1
iHearts 2 Fast Fife 2
Morton I St Johnstone I
Rangers 1 IDundee 2
DIVISION 2
Alloa 0 Queen of the South I
Berwick 3 Cowdenbeath 3
Clydehank 1 St. Mirren I
Forfar 4 Albion Rovers 0
Hamilton 3 Queen's Park 2
Kilmarnock 3 Stenhousemuir 1
Montrose 2 Airdrie 1
Raith Rovers 5 Fast Stirling 0
Stranraer 3 Brechin I

Results of yesterday's games:
DIVISI()N ONE:
Burnley 2 Birmingham 1
Manchester Cits 1 Liverpool I
Queen's Park Rangers 0 Ipswich 1
West Ham 4 Southampton I
DIVISION TWO:
Bristol City I Notts Forest 0
I ulhaim 1 Crystal Palace 3
Millwall 1 West Bromwhch 0
Oxford I Luton I
Portsmouth 0 Orient 0
Preston 0 Sheffield Wed 0
Sunderland 2 Carlisle 1
DIVISION THR I::
Bournemouth 0 Plymouth 0
Grimsby S Charlton 0
Oldham 6 Southport 0
Southend 0 Brighton 2
Tranmere 0 Bristol Rovers 0
Wrexham 2 Cambridge 1
York 2 Huddersfield I


C. C. Is I I ING High's Dennis Forbes (left) receives the
best defensive player award from the Minister of Education
and Culture Mr. Livingston Coakley after Wednesday's
volleyball tournament against Jamaica's Knox College.
Sweeting's coach Tom Grant (centre).


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The Tribune -- Saturday, April 13, 1974


Be a BIG WINNER


...Enter the


CLUES ACROSS:


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water.
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disappointment.
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stenographer for a neat ----- of work.
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even more irritable mood.
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seem ludicrous today.
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23. Accidents sometimes occur through drivers mistaking them
in fog.

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many -- hands.
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emerges from an interview with a would-be son-in-law.
4. Opening.
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6. If in a -- mood, a stenographer will make more
mistakes than usual.
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looked forward to it when approaching inn.
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for the best supporting role.
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18. An expert might detect inaccuracies in an artist's study of
one.
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