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$2.5m


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By NICKI KELLY
( ONSTRUCTION of a S2.5 million
shopping centre complex largest in
the Bithainuis was announced today by
(olden rates s Fstates Shopping Centre
[. td.
The project, financed through Barclays
Hik, spa ns ten acres at the intersection of
Ii ic thll and ('armichael Roads. It is
llh..lrld f.i coinpletion December 1 when it
bA for some 300 to 500

'il s wc cr outlined today at a news
ci'nlcience called by the company's
all-Baihainian executive board at the offices of
lialiainma. Lumber and Building Supplies.
i'esident of GGESC' is Mr. David Albury,
who, with his brothel James, treasurer of the
niew company, is associated with Bahamian


Lumiiber Senator Lochinvar
vice-p!esident of GGESC and
Robei is Jr.. secretary.
11r Roberts is also president
the Sperval c. chai:: of
I sito'es
lHahaiain Lumber and
Supervalue will have the two
largest stores in the 20-store
comllplex.
\Ir DIaid ifAlbury said that
more than SO per cent of the
available 100,000 square feet
of space has already been
rented, although the company
li.is done no advertising.
Stores already committed to
lihe Centre are: Supervalue;
Bahamian Lumber with a
hardware, houseware and toy
cniire. lHomne Furniture;
Modernistic Garden and Pet
Supply: Milo Butler Jr.
pharmllac t Dag Brothers
Superwash: Barclays Bank and
Picket Foods Ltd., which has
lit' franchise for a last food
aind takc-out service.
Still in the negotiation stage
is a Marks and Spencer's store,
,1 ilorisl shop: infant clothing
slire and adjoining teen and
pit' teen store: tobacco shop
ind gift store
lihe centre will have no
liltuor store.
Ir Albury said this was for
Religious reasons.
"Some of fthe owners feel
tlit it you have to rely on


Bahamwas

nA IRIND is now developing
in the Bahamias which, if not
checked, will soon make this
country another state of the
United States, PLP1
representative Fdmiund Moxey
warned Wednesday.
Addressing the House dunng
debate on a tourist amenities
conunmittee, Mr. Moxey said he
felt the time had come when
"we should all be serious and
take a nationalistic look at the
Bahamas in general and how it
relates to tourism.
"I believe," he said, "there is
a trend, and it we tlon t take
stock, we will soon become
another state of the United
States. "
The Coconut Grove
representative urged that some
positive steps be taken to
clearly identify the Bahamas,
its culture and its people, and


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Developers of the Centre, from left seated: Rupert Roberts Jr., secretary. ( odfre\
Lighihourn, chairman of Cavalier Construction, principal contractors; DI)avid \luir .
president GGESC; Jimmy Albury, treasurer and Seantor lochiniar li.ckliart,
vice-president. Standing are from left: Roger Holdom, partner in te iIuaiinlh\
surveying firm of Denis Hingston et al: Dick Wilson, quantity siureyor aitd fstliatoi.
with Cavalier; David N. Clarke, of the architectural firm of Robjohns & 'l:irk iand
I red Albury, architect in charge of the project.


liquor in order to build thtn


complex.


they wouldn't ido so We didn't The company executives
want to be connected with emphasized that in addition to
liquor at all," he said. being 100 per cent
Commenting on the decision Bahamian-owned, the
to build so large a Shopping Centre is being built
development t, Senator with all-Bahamian labour.
Lockhart said that as Architects are Robjohns.
Bahamians the group felt it was Clarke & Co. with Mr. Fred
indicative of their confidence Albury, B. Arch., architect
in the Bahamian economy. in charge of the project. The
Mr. James Albury thought main contractor is Cavalier
that the size and variety to be Construction Company Ltd.
offered in the Centre would The Quantity Serveyors are
attract customers from all over Denis Hingston. Widnell &
New Providence. The Trollope: Structural Steel
development is located within Suppliers, Varco-Pruden;
the vicinity of Golden Gates I Electrical sub-contractor, Atlas
and 2, Sunshine Park and Electrical Contractors;
South Beach Estates and is in Plumbing, Willis Plumbing A
direct line with the city's number of other sub-
expansion south. contractors is also involved.
Golden Gates Estates contractors is also involved.
Shopping Centre Ltd. was The buildings in the Centre
fornimed four months, ago, but have been positioned so as to
work on the scheme has been give maximum exposure to
going on for almost a year. both Blue Hill and Carmichael
Site construction began this Roads, and the pedestrian
week. access to each of the shops is
Anticipating the success of covered by a 10-foot wide
the plan, the developers have canopy.
allowed 26,000 square feet Architects have provided
within the centre for the over 450 parking spaces
construction of two future Shoppers will not have to walk
buildings to house stores more than 200 feet to reach
smaller than the average 1,680 the pedestrian canopy from
square feet in the main any part of the car-park.

'becoming state of
from that would come concern to Family Island
indigenous industries which representatives, particularly
tourists would flock to see. where hotels had closed down
Earlier FNM representative in their districts,
Norman Solomon had asked Mr. Bethel also congratu-
the House for appointment of lated Tourism Minister
a committee to examine the Clement Maynard for changing
number and quality of the his mind and supporting
country's tourist amenities, appointment of the committee.
SINCERE REQUEST Initially the Minister said he
Mr. Moxey said he felt Mr. saw no need for the committee
Solomon was sincere in his as his Ministry had the
request, and suggested he not situation well in hand.
wait for the committee to He reversed himself
report but come to Jumbey however, after an appeal from
Village to see what had been Sir Roland Symonette, former
done there. Premier and "father" of the
"Over four years ago we House.


decided to do something that
would enhance tourism and
that would establish our
indigenous Bahamians in a
place." tHe said various
handicrafts were now being
made at the Village and urged
that stores on Bay Street
display some of the gifts and
souvenirs being made there.
Mr. Moxey said he had some
ideas of his own to contribute
to the committee.
A second government
member to support the
committee was Mr. Philip
Bethel (Governor's Harbour).
Mr. Bethel said the question of
amenities was of particular


DEPLORABLE
Sir Roland said he thought it
deplorable that government
members felt, because they
were in the majority that they
knew everything. Mr. Solomon
had done a good job in his
business and might have some
good ideas.
"It is rather unfortunate the
majority of government should
take the attitude that no one
except members of government
know anything," Sir. Roland
declared.
There were still a lot of
deficiencies in the country, he


The parking area 'iiilll b
brilliantly lit at night hb
Mercury vapoiur p I)'ii0 laips
There will be a s.-,itindl
generator which will proi)idcI
emergency power to ill the
shops.
A private access road ,t the,
rear of the shopping ceit'lrc wiil
enable deliveries to ble in diIc
This feature will ensutire the
fronts of thi, shops will not be
cluttered by debris
The car park will also he
landscaped in such a was that
the shoppers attention will noi
be distracted by thie swgtit of
"acres of unsliglitlf plirkcd
cars."
There will be three double'
vehicular entrances from !ln..:e
Ilill Road to theli shopping
centre and t\o dJiuil,'
vehicular entrance : o:
Carmnichael Roadf to tli
Centre.
This, it is hoped. )i.c :lI
prevent frustrating tri I !l! i
congestion duirinig legik
shopping hours
The fronts of ,ill the so:e..'
are to be encased in miidulitiai
tempered glass aii Il n o, .c
window-wall wv itlh pect il
safety features for lhie enitr.iin,.-
doors not pre\llousl, i ,sed ini
the Bahamas.

the U.S.'
said, and pointed, noltld thil
it waasn't govern tt' it l.ir1m .
that created Jumlnbc but tlih
idea of an indiv iiu l (Mr
Moxey ).
"I believe ever' person lha
something to contrnbtc I
would like to see int'lI i erI t i
government more colnsiderate
of other members I hit'e c.in
silence them butil doesn't il t
the country any good," Sir
Roland declared.
Mr. Solomon reinarke'd thai
Mr. Moxey was absolutelyl \
right" when he spoke ot thii
Bahamas becolinrng ino1tithc'
U.S. state.
It was long past their tinc
when action should be taken
"I have no desire for lme or iris
country to become all
extension of the countlri to the
north," he said
Mr. Solomon claimed that
Bahamians were in danger of
losing their national identity
He said the American influence
was more subtle than that
exerted by Haitians, because it
permeated the tele vsion
watched, sports played and
food eaten.
It is a creeping paralysis
that doesn't make a loud noise.
This the real danger," Mr.
Solomon declared.


Hotel strikers



back to work


By MIKE LOTHIAN
EMPLOYEES of the Hyatt
Emerald Beach Hotel ended a
19-hour strike today after
Labour Minister Clifford L.
Darling made it clear that
there would be no Ministry
conciliation to help resolve
the dispute until work was
resumed.
1 lihe decision to resume
work earls this afternoon was
also believed to have been
greatly hastened by a
mana ageimenllt ultimatum,
delivered at about I I a.m.
today, that if the workers
failed to return to work soon
they would be regarded as
having quit.
IThe striking members of
the Hotel and Catering
Workers' Union, estimated at
80 percent of the hotel's
approximately 350 em-
ployees, returned to their
jobs at about 2 p.m., less than
five hours after the Minister
delivered his ultimatum in a
m a n a g e ime n t-untion- Ministry
meeting this morning.
About 80 percent of the
hotel's estimated 350
employees are involved in the
sit-dow n.
The strike began with the
arrival at tie hotel of the
morning shi t at about 7 a.m.
yesterday.
The dlisputtes mainly
responsible for sparking the
strike action centre on the
layoff several weeks ago of
members of the cleaning
staff, and on a new system of
distributing group gratuities
among service employees.
There were several
relatively minor points of
contention also contributing
to the decision to halt work.
Reports indicate enough
workers elected to remain on
the job to maintain basic
services for guests. Buffet
meals were being provided,
and fresh linen is being
supplied regularly, although
there were unconfirmed
reports that guests were being
asked to make their own
beds Management sponsored
a cocktail party last night in a
bid to keep guests happy.
There were no indications
of large numbers of
cancellations or of large
numbers of guests checking

A Tribune informant todav
dciniid the assertion
t'stlerda\ ifv a union source
that the 375-room hotel was
full.
When the bi partisan talks
yesterday apparently pro
duced no results by
niid-afternoon the Labour
1n mister intervened bx
scheduling a meeting with
both tides for four o'clock.
It is understood that at
Ithal meeting Mr. Darling,
echoing thie pleas of
management throughout the
daN asked the union leaders
(t order their members back
ti work Thie unionists, it is
riportetl,. refused to do so.
tlie stalemate continued
iiiitl this morning, when Mr.
Darling called a second
Ineeting.
This li me.. it is understood.
Mr. Darling said his Ministry
sas prepared to lend its
conciliation machine> to an
effort to win a quick
settlement in the dispute, but
not while the strike
continued
He made it clear, sources
s id. that his Ministry would
take ino steps to obtain the
early setllement wanted by
i lie union unl ess t he
employees resumed work.
This iiorning's ineeling
ended with no conclusions
reached, and no further
discussions were immediately
scheduled.


Hotel workers leave a meeting


TOP HONOUR FOR


Dr SHERMAN
DR. (GEORGE 11I
Sherman, F.A.C.O.G.
(pictured) was recently
elected a F:ellow of the
American C(lleg1e oof
Obstet rlcian s and tI
G(ynaecologists.
The fellowship is the
highest honour that an
American-trained obstetrician
and gynaecologist can attain
and the doctor is the only
Bahamian ever elected to this
position.
The doctor, presently
attached to the Princess
Margaret lHospital where lie' WAR VE
serves as consultant ill
obstetrics and gynaecoltogy, MR. Al
will be travelling to Las veteran of
Vegas, Nevada, next week yesterday
where he will bhe inducted Margaret I
into the Fellowship. illness. Hti
The induction ceremony lie is
will be a part of the 1974 Nellie, one
Annual Clinical Meeting of Jr.. one d
the A.C O.G in Las Vegas. Scates. eig
one great
Dr. Sherman graduated FIuneral
fromnr the Howard University place at
C college of Medicine, Fox 111ll. (
V i. liii'i, I). C., and officiate
following graduation he Michael I
inpIipletcd a one year rotating nephew
internship at Freednmen's (alion l
Hospital. Waslington. Inlerment
le then specialhsed in A ni s Cen
obstetrics and gynaecology
and after completion ofl BRIGA
specially training, success-> 111- B
fully passed the written Bahamas
examination of the specialty Brigade W
Board in 1I470. becoming Fhis i
board eligible Brigade s
tie is also a iplomate oft Ithc wc
tic National Boari oo ] f ,l'anksgi,
Medical Examiners of the Ont Sund
( S .A., ias well as the Baplist Cl
n lerican BoaIl of Obstetrics
and Gynaecology and the f 1,11c i
Virginia B tild ol Medtical an 4 p1.n
I narlneiis. Recclatio


M1 ClH I Alt SHOBL!K,
accused of the January 18
murder of Ocean City. New
York, accountant Irvin
Bernstein will stand trial in the
Supreme Court on Monday
morning.
The 19-year-old Milwaukee,
Wisconsin, song-writer is
expected to be represented by


attorney Randol F. Fawkes,
court appointed to lead the
defence.
The hearing takes place
before Chief Justice Hon.
Leonard J. Knowles with
Solicitor General Mr. T.
Langton Hilton appearing for
the prosecution.
Several out-of-town


witnesses are expected to
testify during the hearing.
Police charged Shobek with
Bernstein's murder following
his arrest in late January.
Bernstein's body was dis-"
covered by a White's Addition
resident at Yamacraw Beach on
the early morning of January
18, this year,


Teachers

rap

experts


visit
THE BAHAMAS Union of
Teachers today objected to the
visit of a Commonwealth
Secretariat delegation to advise
(; ov ern m e nt on the
implementation of its White
Paper on Education. The union
declared that the "last thing
needed in education at this
moment is a panel of foreign
experts."
All the expertise needed to
in plemnient educational
policies, said the union, was
available in the Bahamas. All
that was needed, it said, was "a
willingness on the part of
Government to listen to its
local experts and to provide
the finance necessary to
implement these plans.
"The union is also aware
that there is a number of
reports on education collecting
dust on shelves in the Ministry
of Education, and it feels that
any suggestions offered by the
present panel is likely to suffer
the same fate.
"The importing of 'foreign
experts' to advise Government
is a West Indian phenomenon,
and possibly a third world
phenomenon," the BUT
charged. "Many sociologists
have observed that this need to
have ideas certified by
metropolitan experts stems
from a lack of confidence in
themselves as well as it is
indicative of a submerged
inferiority complex."
The BUT said that while it
intended to fully participate in
the development of Education
in the Bahamas "any plan that
is made tiup without first
consulting with the teachers'
union will not succeed."


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VETERAN DIES
bert A. Lloyd, Sr., a
f World War I. died
at the Princess
hospital after a short
e was 78.
survived by his wife
e son. Albert (Abbie)
laughter, Mrs Helen
hlt grandchildren and
grandchild.
services will take
St- Anne's Church,
Canon John Pugh will
assisted by Bishop
Hldon ( Mr. Lloyd's
by marriage) and
W. G. tHolmies.
will follow in St.
ictery.

)E WEEK
BOYS Brigade in the
will celebrate Boys
'eek next week
s a timune when the
eek financial support.


ek
ing
l ltfi
da l L


wsill begin with a
SecrNice at 4 p in.
at St John's
h. Mccting Street.


aill hb held ton Irida.
1. ait ht' Southelrn
n CG rouLlnds.


Fund for shoot-out

policeman's children
ANI lU('CATION funId has heen opened with the
Canadian Imperial Bank of (orrnmi'erce, Freepo.t to be ncfit
the two children of the late Del Insp. Ilenderson \orille.
38, who was fl'tall> wounded ii last Wednesda. 's shoot-out I
at Pinder's Point. Grand Bahalnma
)etl Insp Norvillle wa' buried todax following services
conducted by the Rev. Charles Smith, Zion Baptist Church,
at 3:30 p.m. Interment will he in the Old Trail C('emter\. 1
Persons wishing to make donations to the fund mna\ do
so by sending contributions to "The Henderson Norville
Sub-scription Fund," in care of the Canadian imperial Bank
of Commerce, Nassau, or may send it direct in care of the
bank's branch at Freeport.
The officer is survived by his widow, Veronica, a nurse at
the Hawksbill Medical Clinic, and his two pre-school age
sons, Sean,3,anti Edward, an infan,_


GIFTS FROM SHOW
1H E Ranfurly Home for
Children and The Children's
Emergency Hostel have each
received a donation of $1,500
representing part proceeds of
the Flip Wilson Benefit Show
held during the Independence
Celebrations last year, it was
announced today.The show
was held under the patronage
of the Prime Minister and Mrs
Pindling.
WHIST TOURNEY
SIARTING April 23 a whist
tournament will be held every
I uesda, night for six weeks at
8 p in. at St Ann's. Fox Hill.
Prices will be given and
refreshments will he on sale.
Proceeds will go towards parish
funds
ACW FASHION SHOW
TillHE Anglican Church
Women will sponsor a fashion
show at the Sheraton-British
Colonial Hotel Monday at 9
p. In
The theme of the show will
be "IlThe Generation Gap."

Hold-up trial

goes on
I'ROt( II DINGS in the
Supreme ni ourt trial of Hugh
Carl Russell and Basil Sears.
accused of the August 16
hold-up of the Lyfrod Cay
Royal Bank of Canada, last
%ear, continued in the absence
of the jury today.
Ihe two men, Russell
I presented by attorney
Charles Barnwell and Sears by
attorney Cecil W. Whitfield and
lennyson Wells are jointly
charged with Rodney Bullard
who is accused of receiving.
Police allege that Bullard
received $4,000 of an
estimated $34,376.65 which
was stolen from the bank in
the daring daylight raid.
Trial-within-a-trial pro-
ceedings are expected tod
continue Monday morning'
when court resumes.
Prosecuting in the trial is
attorney Pericles Maillis,
Department of Legal Affairs.

S &t


Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


Shobek for trial Monday


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2 The Tribune - Friday, April 19, 1974


SUBPOENA

FOR

NIXON

TAPES
WASHINGTON U.S.
District Judge John J Sirica
has signed an order
permitting the issuance of a
subpoena demanding President
Nixon turn over records and
tapes of 64 White House
conversations
The sweeping subpoena had
been requested by special
Watergate prosecutor Leon
Jaworski, who said he needed
the materials for the Sept. 9
trial of seven Watergate
cover-up defendants
Strica's order directed that a
subpoena prepared by Jaworski
be issued and made returnable
before the court at 10 a.m. on
May 2.
The subpoena requests tapes
and related documents
covering 64 conversations
ranging :roen June 20. 1972.
through June 4. 19-'3
The laterals requested
overlap _'3 ccn.ersations also
being ,sogh' 1n a subpoena by
the tIouse Judiciary
Co mrn : :ee which is
,ons:dering impeachment
act',o against President Nixon.
In a motion filed with the
court on Iuesday, Jaworski
told Judge Sirica that he had
been tr. tmg unsuccessfully
since Jan. 9 to obtain the
materials voluntarily in
negotiations wi'h thie White
House
"I have as yet received no
definitive response to my
request and, accordingly,
feel obligated to seek these
materials by subpoena."
Jaworski said (AP)


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'Evil' si



Janie j



in vice

LONDON Plantinum
blonde singer Janie Jones, 37,
started seven years in jail
today. She was sentenced
yesterday on vice charges that
included procuring prostitutes
for disc jockeys and using her
home as a brothel.
But the jury at the Old
Bailey found Miss Jones, a
coalminer's daughter who ran
away from home at 16 for the
glamour of showbusiness,
innocent of blackmailing two
of her clients.
The two men testified at her
lengthy trial but were
identified only as Mr. Y and
Mr. Z.
Miss Jones had been
convicted on the vice charges
in an earlier trial, but sentence
was postponed until the
blackmail charges were heard.
Judge Alan King-Hamilton
said in passing sentence he had
met only one woman in his
career who merited the title of
being evil.
"You are the second and
beside you she was
comparatively harmless." he
said.
In the vice trial the
prosecution said Miss Jones
organized whipping sessions
and lesbian love scenes in her
fashionable house in
Kensington.
The house. said by police to
be worth 45,000 pounds
($108,000) was fitted with a
two-way mirror for orgies that
featured prostitutes dressed as
1 0-year-old schoolgrils
clutching teddy bears.
Miss Jones was also charged
with providing prostitutes to
disc jockeys to persuade them
to plug records on their radio
shows. He was also accused of
promising young women
advancement in show business
if they had sex with her clients.
In the blackmail case she
was charged with threatening
to tell the newspapers about
Mr. Y, a titled man who liked
sex with women dressed as
young girls, and Mr. Z. a
property developer known as
"Mr Whiplash" because of his
liking for being beaten.
Mr. Y and Mr Z "both


.nger



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case

testified at her trial. The judge
ordered the press not to print
their names, but their identities
were disclosed by Paul Foot,
son of Britain's former U.N.
Ambassador Lord Caradon, in
a leftist weekly.
The judge then referred
Foot's action to the Public
Prosecutor for possible
contempt charges.
Miss Jones was born Marion
Mitchell in Durham County.
northern England. Her father
was killed in an accident in a
coal mine.
At 16 she ran away to
London and got into trouble
with the law for stealing from
shops. She was put on
probation.
In 1957 she was jailed for
nine months for trying to
smuggle a hacksaw to a boy
friend in prison to help himn
escape
In 1958 she was fined 50
pounds, then worth about 140
dollars, for allowing her
apartment to be used as a
brothel
Meanwhile, she made some
progress in show business For
a time she formed a double act
with her sister Valerie. The act
split up and Miss Jones
continued on her own in
various clubs where she also
worked as a hostess and
accumulated several men
friends, most the them
wealthy.
In 1964 she and her sister
were found guilty of public
indecency for attending a film
premier in topless dresses Two
years later she was acquitted
after a six-day trial on charges
of blackmailing a businessman.
A month later she was in
court again on charges of
running a brothel. The jury
disagreed and she was found
innocent at a retrial.
Miss Jones was married to
songwriter and singer John
Christian Dee. but they
divorced Dee and tric Gilbert,
formerly a district court clerk
and said by the prosecution to
be completely dominated by
Miss Jones, were both
acquitted on the vice charges.
(AP)


Wilson signature: police hold property tycoon


LONDON Police detained
property tycoon Ronald Milhench
yesterday for questioning about a
letter allegedly containing the forged
signature of Prime Minister Harold
Wilson.
They said they also were
interrogating Milhench about the
death of his wife in a driving accident
two months ago when their car
plunged into a lake.
Milhench had taken out a $96,000
life insurance policy on his wife just
weeks before the accident.


The statement from police
headquarters in Wolverhampton, the
Midlands industrial city where
Milhench lives, disclosed that officers
had taken firearms and ammunition
from the property dealer's home and
made arrangements for his children to
stay with a friend of the family.
Police feared for the safety of
Milhench and his two children, Ann, 8.
and Keith, 6, the statement said.
Milhench, a one-time Salvation
Army band tenor horn player, is also a
registered firearms dealer.


Workers



in storm



on arms


for


Chile


LONDON A Scottish Socialist today called on the
Labour party's parliamentary group for an emergency
discussion of "the sickening" supply of warships alnd


SHARPLY higher food
prices and a record jump in
industrial prices pushed the
American cost of living up
1.1 per cent in March as the
worst inflation in a quarter
century held its grip on the
economy, the U.S. govern-
ment reported today.

Anatoly Karov, Russia's
22-year-old chess wizard.
crushed former world
champion Boris Spassky in
the third game of their
semi-final world challengers
tournament in Leningrad.

THE SOUTH Vietnamese
delegation to the Paris
conference with the Vietcong
on the political future of the
country said it would not
return to the meetings until
"the communist side shows a
serious desire for peace by its
acts.'

THE BIG three U.S. car
makers will soon begin
sending cars and trucks to
Cuba Reports from AP


Cuba wants to come back


WASHIINGTON A
meeting of western hemisphere
foreign ministers was informed
Thursday that Cuba is prepared
to make a partial return to the
Inter-American system after a
I 2-year absence.
Mexico foreign minister
Fmilio 0. Rabasa told a
closed-door meeting of the
ministers at the State
Department that he received


personal word of Cuba's
intention from Cuban Prime
Minister Fidel Castro.
Rabasa's statement raised
the possibility of Cuban
representation at the next
meeting of hemispheric foreign
ministers tentatively set for
Argentina in October. Rabasa
conferred with Castro a month
ago in Havana.
The Castro government was
excluded from the
Organization of American
States in 1962 when the OAS
decided that Cuba's
Marxist-Leninist principles
were incompatible with the


Inter-American system.
Two years later, the OAS
imposed a diplomatic and
commercial embargo against
Cuba after finding that country
guilty of trying to foment
insurrection against Venez-
uela's democratically elected
government.

Castro had repeatedly said
he is not interested in Cuba's
rejoining the OAS. but Cuban
representation at the fall
meeting in Argentina would
not be inconsistent with this
principle since it will be held
outside the OAS framework.


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arms to while .
'I he plea from legislator Jimn
Sillars, Labour Member of
Parliament from Ay rshire.
came amid a growing trade
union storm over the
government's decision to let the
arms deal go through.
In a new effort, this tine on
the factory floor, workers at
the Rolls-Royce maintenance
plant at East Kilbride in
Scotland, halted work on eight
Avon jet engines destined for
the Chilean Air Force.
A Rolls Royce spokesman it
Glasgow said: "Four of tIhe
engines are untouched. Work
on the remaining four already
started when the work
committee stepped in to,
declare the job black."
Pressure from tie trade
unions on Prime Minister
Ilarold Wilson's Labour
government was steadily
miou noting.
Meanwhile. Latin American
diplomats were puzzled by the
decision of the church
authorities to cancel the
traditional memorial service
held every year at Westminster
Abbey on Chilean Navy l)ay.
It commemorates Lord
Cochrane, the British admiral
who helped found the Chilean
Navy and fought for that
country's independence over
150 years ago.
A spokesman for
Westminster Abbey said there
was no dean to celebrate the
cere money
Informed sources believe
that the abbey authorities
deemed it wiser to have no
formal ceremony in the church


for fear it
anti-Chilean
outside
Chilean
Rear-Admiral
told he could
the side door
lay a wreath
accompanied


could lead to
demonstrations

A im bas sad or
Kaare Olscn was
come in through
of the Abbey to
but could not be
by more than


two or three aides AP)


Until today, public attention had
tended to focus on the alleged forgery
of Wilson's name and the linking of
Wilson's key aides to controversial
land deals.
Scotland Yard Chief Superintendant
Alan Jones said in his statement that
Milhench was "assisting inquiries that
we are making regarding a number of
alleged forgeries and offences,
including the circumstances in which
his wife met her death."
On Feb. 26 Milhench's wife


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The percentage of
Americans who want large
families has declined steeply
since 1968 and is at its lowest
point in 38 years, according
to the latest Gallup poll.
Nineteen per cent of those
interviewed recently said the
"ideal family" should have
four or more children. In
1968, 41 per cent favoured
big families.
The median response to a
query on the ideal number of
children was two. Population
control advocates theorize
that the population would
stay the same if families
averaged 2.1 children.
The Gallup analysts said
the groups with the most
pronounced decline in the
number of children they
wanted were Catholics,
women, younger adults and
persons with college or high
school educations.
An only child, however,
was still not considered by
the respondents to be a good
idea. Two per cent of those
questioned this year favoured
a one-child family, compared
with I per cent in 1945. (AP)

Prisoners in

shoot-out
FORTY prisoners armed
with submachine guns shot
their way out of a downtown
Rio prison today. and seven
persons. including one guard
and one military policeman,
were wounded, police said. m
The convicts fanned out
through the north and south of
the seaside city and gun battles
were reported in at least five
locations as police threw up
barricades and surrounded
small bands of convicts. (AP)

Glorious Mud
LONDON Mud, one of
the top British rock revival
groups, padded smartly into
eighth place in Britain's pop
records charts with "The C('at
Crept In," which was 22nd last
week
In the U.S. a disc whose title
and performers go only by
initials "TSOP" by MFSB
jumped to the top of the list of
best-selling single pop records.
MFSB nudged Elton John's
"Bennie and the Jets" from
first place to second


Wilson plays it hard


BELFAST The death toll
in Northern Ireland's five years
of bloodshed reached 999 as
Prime Minister Harold Wilson
declared the British
government is "utterly
determined that violence will
not succeed."
Wilson, here on his first visit
since 1971. said extremists will
not be allowed to "bomb their
way to the conference table,
nor must they be allowed to
bomb Northern Ireland into
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the abyss."
The latest victim of Ulster's
sectarian warfare was an
agricultural worker killed by an
explosion near Magherafelt.
I he British Army said he
apparently was blown off a
tractor by the blast.
An Army spokesman said
the bomb was probably
intended for security forces.
Earlier in the day another
bomb blasted a nearby parish
hall. causing no casualties but
attracting police and soldiers to
the area.
Wilson's statement had
obviously the intention of
quieting the fears of the
majority Protestants in the
province that the Irish
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Kathleen drowned when the car in
which they were both travelling
plunged into a lake at Chasewater.
An inquest returned a verdict of
accidental death. Milhench recently
returned to the lake and newspapers
pictured him water skiing there.
Jones said frogmen might be called
in to carry out an underwater search at
the lake. Police are anxious to recover
a missing firearms register believed to
have been in the car at the time of the
accident, Jones added. (AP)


ATLANTA FBI director
Clarence Kelley said that FBI
agents are pursuing the Patricia
Hearst kidnapping case on the
assumption "that she is the
victim of pressure or
coercion."
"We will be guided by the
facts and not by any opinion,"
Kelley said at a news
conference when asked to
comment on U S. Attorney
General William Saxbe's
statement that he considered
Miss Hearst a common
criminal.
Saxbe, who is Kelley's boss,
said it appeared to him that
Miss Hearst "was not a
reluctant participant" in a San
Francisco bank robbery on
Monday.
She has been named a
material witness in the S 10,000
raid, and four other persons
previously associated with the


Warplanes
SYRIAN and Israeli
warplanes roared into action
for the second straight day
today as ground fighting raged
for key positions on MNit
Hermon and along the 40-mile
Golan Heights front.
The Syrian command said its
MIGs "scored direct hits" on
Israeli positions, '"causing
heavy losses in menr and
equipment," but Israel
reported no casualies.
The Syrians also claimed
their missiles downed seven
Israeli warplanes, but Israel
said all its planes returned
safely.
The Tel Aviv Command said
the Israeli jets attacked
artillery and troop
emplacements six miles behind
Syria's front lines, hitting
Syrian targets for three hours
on the slopes of Mt Hlermon
and on the southern Golan
front
In Lebanon, nine Israeli
planes were seen striking a
Syrian radar station on the
peak of the anti-Lebanon
mountains just east of the
Syrian-Lebanon frontier. There
was no immediate estimate of
the damage or comment from
the Syrian command.
In Washington, President
Nixon and Secretary of State


Symbionese Liberation Army
have been charged in warrants
with bank robbery.
Saxbe said members of the
terrorist SLA are "common
criminals" and added, "Miss
Hearst is part of it."
Kelley, questioned about
that remark, told members of
the American Society of
Newspaper Editors: "I operate
under and I am guided by the
facts. We are proceeding under
the hypothesis that she is a
material witness rather than a
subject, that she could have
been duped by this group."
Miss Hearst's father,
newspaper executive Randolph
Hearst, termed Saxbe "irres-
ponsible" for the statement
and American Bar Association
president Chesterfield Smith
said it was unethical for Saxbe
to presume anybody's guilt or
innocence. (AP)


on target

Henry Kissinger held a surprise
meeting with Egyptian Foreign
Minister Ismail Fahmy.
hligh-ranking Ameri.'an
officials said the session was to
inform Egypt of continuing
American efforts to arrange an
agreement disengaging the
Sy rian and Israeli forces on the
Golan Heights.
They said it was not
concerned with Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat's
announcement that he was
shopping in the west for the
advanced missiles and planes
the Soviet Union refuses to sell
Egypt. (AP)


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traffic today after being
sealed in an all-night' bomb
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Nvu.rus ADDICTS UBARE IN VERBA MACIrrBI


Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH,Publisher/Editor 1903- 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917.1972
Contributing Editor 1972.
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor 1972 -


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
GRAND CAYMAN, March 19th In this column yesterday I
discussed an incident between Sir Winston Churchill and Lord
Beaverbrook, as reported in A. J. P. Taylor's biography of
Beaverbrook. It recalled to my mind a similar incident between
the Beaver and me in the Bahamas when His Lordship did for me
something he refused to do for Churchill.
But before I go on with this story I will give you some
background material that indirectly relates to my story.
Bonar Law, who headed the Unionist party in the Coalition
government in Britain during the first world war, needed a
financial secretary.
Beaverbrook recommended a man whom he described as "very
amiable and popular in a colourless sort of way."
Taylor records this man's qualities at that period as "mildness,
amiability, lack of self-assertiveness and ambition. He was written
down as a good neighbour, a trustworthy friend, a man of all the
domestic virtues but for his public capacities no man cared a
whit.
"His name was Stanley Baldwin."

This description of Stanley Baldwin points up the eccentricities
of politics that often sends the most capable men into oblivion
and lifts the most unlikely character on to a pedestal.
Years later this cautious,colourless man became Prime Minister,
of England. He held this position when Hitler started
barnstorming across Europe.
Baldwin was succeeded as Prime Minister by Neville
Chamberlain who found the nation completely unprepared for
war when it was faced with the Hitlerian threat.
After the war Baldwin was obliged to admit that he didn't
prepare Britain for war because this subject was unpopular with
the British people at the time and he was afraid that any mention
of war by his government would cause the Conservatives to lose
the next election!

This fear probably explains why Baldwin rose to the position
of Prime Minister. At that time the people of Britain wanted the
nation headed by a cautious, colourless man who would not
engage in any wild adventures that might provoke conflict of any
kind.
The British people were still licking their wounds from the first
world war.
The only man in England who dared to talk about the need to
prepare for war was Winston Churchill. When the war came
Churchill was in political exile because none of the parties in
England wanted to be associated with a warmonger.
It is ironic when it is realized that, were it not for the war,
Churchill would have gone to his grave branded as a political
humbug!
Any man who has held the position of Prime Minister in
England can claim an Earldom when he goes out of office.
Baldwin became an Earl.

Churchill was called out of exile to lead the British people to
victory in the second world war after Chamberlain's fiasco at
Munich when he returned to Britain after a conference with
Hitler and France's Prime Minister in Berchesgaden, Hitler's
retreat in the Bavarian Alps ... waving a scrap of paper and
promising the British people "peace in our time".
With victory in his grasp Churchill was thrown out of office by
a blind British electorate and Clement Attlee took over the
leadership of the nation as the head of the Labour Party.
It seemed clear from the start that Attlec's aim was reform and
ultimate dissolution of the British Empire.

Stanley Baldwin was then dead. Attlee sent his son, the second
Lord Baldwin, to Antigua as Governor with instructions to carry
out speedy reforms in that island.
Baldwin took Attlee literally and went to the island like "a bull
in a China Shop."
He rode rough shod over the long established social and
political traditions of the island. He tried overnight to break
down barriers that had been erected over the centuries.
His rash and precipitous behaviour raised such a storm of
protest among the Old Guard leaders ir the island that even
Attlee became alarmed and cabled Baldwin to return to London
by air immediately.
But Baldwin was in no hurry. He took his own time about
leaving the island ... and, when he did, he made the trip by a slow
ship!

Under Attlee the Colonial Office heeded cries for reform by
new power groups emerging in the Empire. He recognized the
need for reform in the Bahamas.
And so he selected a special man Sir George Sandford and
sent him to Nassau as Governor. By contrast with Baldwin, who
had had no colonial experience, Sir George Sandford was a career
man who brought a great deal of experience in colonial
administration to his office.
Sir George started off quietly but I was urged by my friend,
the late Hon. A. F. Adderley, the first black man to sit in the
Executive Council, not to be impatient ... that the governor was
preparing constructive legislation to deal with the situation in the
Bahamas ... and that he had decided not to do anything until he
had been in the colony six months, by which time he felt he
would have the "feel" of the place.
But fate intervened. Although Sir George had had a thorough
physical examination before coming to the governorship of the
Bahamas, he died suddenly of a heart attack just about when he
was ready to launch his programme.
Attlee had to find another man. And he chose Major General
Sir Robert Neville, a Royal Marine who had had a spectacular
career in two world wars but who had had no experience in
colonial administration.


Up to this time the minimum period of appointment for a
governor of the Bahamas was five years, with possible extensions.
But remembering the experience with Baldwin in Antigua,
General Neville's appointment was for three years. If he did well
the period could be extended. Hopefully he would not do
anything so rash that he would have to be recalled before three
years had passed, as had happened in the case of Baldwin.

General Neville came to the Bahamas with instructions from
Attlee to introduce reforms in the colony.
As 1 told you in this column yesterday, I had been labelled
in the Colonial Office as a "Rebel in the Bahamas" because, at
that time, The Tribune stood almost alone in the fight for
reforms. Other people were cautious, some were afraid, but The


Encouraging sign


EDITOR, The Tribune,
For years not merely since
the PLP Government came to
power some seven years ago -
I have been praying and hoping
for a ray of light to pierce the
political gloom that seems to
have crept upon us like a thief
in the night and now has a vast
majority of our people firmly
entangled in its web.
And so, it was a pleasant
experience to learn of an
incident that occurred in the
House of Assembly on
Wednesday of this week.
The incident takes on added
significance because this ray of
light was sparked by members
of the House who are on
opposite sides of the political
fence, namely Sir Roland
Symonette who has been
dubbed the "Father" of the
House and Tourism Minister
Clement Maynard who might
well be described as a
comparative "Child" of the
House
Reference is made to Mr.
Norman Solomon's bid for a
Select Committee to look into
what amenities are now
available to support our tourist
industry and to report whether
or not they are adequate.
Speaking on Mr. Solomon's
motion Mr. Maynard indicated
that he would oppose the
appointment of such a
committee.
Whereupon Sir Roland
advised the House that it was
not in the best interests of a
Government to oppose
constructive suggestions and
criticisms by the Opposition.


Tribune was considered reckless.
I remember on one occasion


And it is most encouraging
to note that Mr. Maynard did
not hesitate to accept Sir
Roland's advice and proceeded
to support Mr. Solomon's
motion for the appointment of
a Select Committee.
To me that's cricket in its
truest sense and so let us all
hope that this splendid attitude
heralds a new and heatlhy
approach in our combined
efforts to find satisfactory
solutions to our political and
all other problems.
Lest we forget, some years
ago the Senate Opposition was
denied a committee to inquire
into the drug problem in the
Bahamas and more recently the
Opposition in the House of
Assembly was refused a
committee to examine the
water situation in New
Providence.
Today the drug problem
poses a most serious threat to
the welfare of our youth and
we are now advised to prepare
against a dwindling water
supply hopefully only a
temporary measure in the
very near future.
In saluting both Sir Roland
and Mr. Maynard I cannot
refrain from expressing the
hope that not only our
legislators but that a well
balanced majority of the
members of this Common-
wealth of the Bahamas are now
prepared to take advantage of
the experience gained through
the mistakes of the past.
CYRIL C. RICHARDSON
Nassau, N. P.,
April 18, 1974.


I wrote a letter to the Governor.


That evening a coloured member of the House a friend of mine
- came to see me. I showed him a copy of the letter.
"Man you can't write the Governor that kind of letter," ie
protested. "Have you sent it?"
"Why not?" I asked. "It's the truth isn't it? Anyway it was
hand delivered to him this morning."
"Yes, but ....," he stammered thinking it unwise although he
knew it was the truth and needed to be written.
I had earned the reputation of being a rebel because then as
now I am concerned only with the truth. I firmly believe that
the truth alone will set a people free.

You know something ... back in those days not many public
men were prepared to get hurt for any cause, however just and
worthy it might have been.
I am amused today when I see some of the men, who are now
"bravely" destroying the Bahamas. I can remember a time when
most of them would have been afraid to breathe above a whisper.
Why ... even the great Prime Minister Pindling wanted to write
articles from London for The Tribune .... ANONYMOUSLY. He
wanted to say his piece but he didn't want anyone to know that
it came from him!
All this time I was out in the middle taking blows for the
people. Funny ... what?

Just prior to this period Sidney Cole was Attorney General of
the Bahamas. He was one of the few English officials in the
colony at the time who was prepared to publicly give me help in
my crusade for reforms. He and the Commissioner of Police
Geoffrey Ranoe. All the others would talk to me privately in
their offices and tell me I was right but that it was inexpedient
for them to say so in public.
If any of them dared to speak out publicly it was in opposition
to me.
On one of his visits to London Mr. Cole went to the Colonial
Office and told the people that I was no rebel ... that the then
leaders in the islands were a century behind in their thinking ..
and that they had better lead reform in the islands or it would
run over them.
This representation on my behalf eased the situation at the
Colonial Office slightly for me. But it was clear that General
Neville had been briefed at the Colonial Office and he had come
to the island with the idea firmly fixed in his mind that I was the
person he would have to get on his side if he was to carry out his
mission.

Most previous governors avoided me until they found out for
themselves that I was loyal to the British tradition. All I sought
was a square deal within the British structure for the large
majority of people in the islands.
0 0 0 *
Since General Neville had come to the islands with the
intention of introducing long-overdue reforms he felt he wanted
to square it off with me as soon as possible.
And so, after one rap 1 gave him in The Tribune when he
"stole" away to Miami without any public announcement of his
movements, he sent for me.
We sat together on the southern porch of Government House
where he told me what he planned to do.
During our discussion I repeatedly advised him to act with
caution ... not to make haste too quickly ... and that if he
succeeded in starting a new trend during his administration he
would have succeeded abundantly.
"Why you are more Conservative than I am!" he exclaimed
finally.
"If I were in England I would be a left-wing member of the
Conservative party." I told him. "But leaders in the Bahamas are
so backward in theii thinking that they look on me as a
dangerous rebel and they have conveyed that impression to the
Colonial Office."
In that moment he trusted me ... and that trust has since
developed into one of my finest friendships.
It is said that a man is fortunate if, in the course of a lifetime,
he can say that he has two friends on whom he can depend
absolutely. If this is true that I have only two friends in the world
... then General Sir Robert Neville must surely be one. But
somehow I am conceited enough to believe that I have more than
two friends ... not many more, to be sure, but more than two I
hope. Maybe three.
I will complete this story tomorrow.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Friendship is the highest degree of perfection in society. -
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Charles Burn.side. young
Bahamian artist, hold,, ou of
his piaiiiiings displayed both
at Nassau G lass and
oovuoods. MNI)a\ other
Bahanuan artis,,s display; their
p.nitin 'ils for salet at Nassaut
G1lIs1 Pictures: T)ogord,,

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Hanginm lanmp retailed at Nassau Glass. Note the
sculptured lady within and the running mineral water drops
on the thread like filament. See story on this page for full
description.


COMMONWEALTH OF THEL BAHAMAS
IN THE SUPRFMI COURT
Equity Side


Nor 7
N1. 42


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

AND
IN THE MATTER of The Quieting Titles
Act 1959
ANI)
IN THE- MATTER of Thie Petition o
CHARLES THOMAS DDI)1 N


NOTICE
TO: All Adverse Claimants.
The Petition of Charles Thonm s
Settlement of Pinder'', Point in tIhe
Bahama one of thle Islands ol ithe
of the Bahamas in respect oft:


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(A) "ALL THAT piece parcel or tract oI liJ!
containing .223 acres situiate at the s.'I,
Pinder's Point. \ whlos'e point k,.
cormmenceIment is located on theil north 1 1nr
of the common boundary hctw Cen TFaIcts "\'
and "B" and proceeding Sonuth 44 1 8' 3
West (True) 72.ol feet intersecCting lh
north right-of-\ay iofI a tI1 irl\ I0foot \ ,
reservation and runninLg fthcrcon South 31) 4.J'
30" Fast (Iruc) 21 ().2 tcct : thence North- 44
34'20" Faast I True) 7.8 feet: tlienec Nr
25 21 '00" West (True) 62.h'5 feet a2!n'
the co1Immon boundrrn oItf tracts "\'" and "B'
to the point of coneincement. e Which sc
piece parcel or tract of land is d designatedd .
Tract "'B" on the diagram or plan filed her,
by the area coloured "PINK'.
(B) "ALL THAT piece, parcel ior tract Iof .i:.!
coloured Pink and designated as IraIct "(
situate approximately 5.000 teet Ceast .i
Hlawksbill Creek in tihe Pinder's I',!P !
Settlement of (I riand B.aha a .1';!
commencing at the intersection of its ikni''t
eastern corner withthhe south righIl-ol-\\i\
a 30 foot road reservations alld proceed)','
thence south 44 I X' 35" \\cst (Tilre
456.98 feet: thence south 34 21 25" lit
(True) 21.70 feet: thencC south 50 0n OS 3
West (True) 299.40 feet to the Sout
western corner of the tract and coincilde"
with the High Water Mark of the Sea: then
along the High Water Mark of the Sea Ito
point lying 13 feet more or less south 47 3-
55" West (True) of a survey\ lollemmOiiit
located south 30 27'25" Last (True) 24 "
feet from the north western corner of I .! "C'" thence North 47 32'55'" 1 ast 1 Ir1ie
Thirteen feet more or Fless from the liich
Water Mark to tile surve\ monumenllt dol c'il,
above: thence Northi 47 32'55" Iast rue)
569.41 feet: thence Northi 3 22'2" ast
(True) 138.58 feet: thence 44 3 1'20)" I st
(True) 86.02 feet to the intersection ,O 1 itll.
'south right-of-way of a 30 foot rtad
reservation thence N,,ril 30 04'30" W\Vc-
(True) 216 21 feet along tile ,sotiii
right-o f-wav of tire Ihirlt foot rId
reservat ion back t o the point II
commenicemenCI t and enclosing a ine arei a
3.728 acres.
CHARLIS THOMAS I 1)l)DlN the 'Petitioner iIn ith
matter clainis to be the owner of the
uniincumhered fee simple estate in possewsin ,i
the said piece parcel or lots of land and lihas mid
application to The Supreme Court of the Bahiin.i
Islands under Section Three (Sec. 3) of l,:
Quieting Titles Act, 1l950 to have his title to th
said pieces parcels or lots of land iisnvestigated ani
the nature and C\itent hereof determined it!'i
declared in a ('ertificate of Title to be granted l '5
The (Court in accordance with thie provisionils of thI
said Act.
Copies of the said plan may he inispctcd dtiriiM
the nornial office hours at the following places -
(a) The Registry of thie Supreme Court, Publib
Square in the City of Nassau aforesaid.
(b) ie oltices of the Commissnioncr. i r'cporit
Grand Bahaima, Bahamias
(c) The Chambers of Messrs Kendal Notta'ge &
Co.. Third Floor. Mercantile Bank Buildiin
Freeport, Grand Bhlima. Bahamais.
NOTICE is hereby given that any person hli.iii-'
Dower or Right of Dower or alln Adverse Claim or i
Claim not recognized in the Petition shall on io
before the 30th day of April. A.I).. 1974 fill in
The Supreme Court and serve on the Petitioner or
the undersigned, a Statement of his C('laim in tihe
prescribed form verified by an Affidavit to be tiled
therewith. Failure of any such person to file and
serve a statement of his claim on or before the said
30th day of April, AD.. 1974 will operate as a bar
to such claim.
Dated the 21st day of March A.D.. 1974

KFNDAL NOTTAGL- & ('CO
Attorneys for the Petitioner
Chambers
King's Court
250 Bay Street
Nassau, Bahamas.


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The Tribune -- Friday, April 19, 1974


Long-time worker


wants 'divorce shower'

By Abigail Van Buren
C 1974 Tb Ckicag TribtVWN. Y. NW" S M., Inc.
DEAR ABBY For years I have contributed to office
collections for coworkers on the occasion of their engage-
ments, marriages, anniversaries, births, deaths in the fami-
ly, new homes, etc.
My wife and I separated a year ago, and I've been
rooming with another man since then. Now I'm getting my
own apartment, and I need all the things a couple needs to
set up housekeeping-sheets, towels, dishes, appliances, etc.
[My wife took everything when we split up.] Since I can't
afford to buy all these things at once, I have proposed a
"divorce" shower at work. It might even be appropriate for
the gifts to be used items, since it's a second start for me.


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IN TIt SUPREME COURT OF
TI 11 ( COMMONWEALTH OF
1111 BAHAMAS


1974

No. 13


NOTICE
THE QUIETING TITLES ACT.

1he Petition of THEIR: FIELD DIRECTOR OF TIHE
(; 0SPI L MISSIONARY UNION A
CORPORATION SOLE UNDER AND BY
VIR TU I OF THIl GOSPF.L MISSIONARY
UNION INCORPORATION ACT 1961 (No. 56 of
100 1 )in respect of:-

ALL that lot of land situate in the Township of
Tarptum Bay in the Island of Eleuthera in the
m(',rin.ii'v.c,.lhl. of The Bahamas being Lot
Number One hundred and Eighty-four (184) on
thie Official Plan of the Township of the said
Se ttlement of Tarptuni Bay and bounded
NOR illASTWARDLY by Lots Numbered 182
1nd 1 83 SOUTHIASTWARDLY by Lots
Numbered 183 and 185 SOUTHIWESTWARDLY
b1 Lot Number 186 and NORTHWEST-
WARDLY by Colebrook Street and which said
lot of land is coloured Pink on the plan thereof
filed in this matter in the Registry of the
Supreme Court in the City of Nassau.

1111 HILID) DIRECTOR OF TIH-l GOSPEL
MISSIONARY UNION A CORPORATION SOLI
LUND)R AND BY VIRTUE OF THE GOSPEL.
\MISSIO()NARY UNION INCORPORATION ACT
10 1 (No. 50 of 1961) the Petitioner in this
iittficr. claims to he the owner in fee simple int
possession ()of the said lot of land and has made
application to the Sunpreme Court of the said
3Bahatna Islands under Section 3 of The Qttieting
Titles Act to have his title to the said lot of land
investigated and the nature and extent thereof
delcrinined and declared in a Certificate of Title to
he granteCd by tie Court in accordance with t1e
prot visions of the said Act.
COPIl S of the said plan may be inspected during
lnorma,tl office house at the following places:-

(a) lhe Registry of The Supreme Court, Public
Square, in the City of Nassau aforesaid:
(b) The Office of the Commissioner at Rock
Soutnd1 tIleuthera;
(c) Ihe C(hambers of Messrs. Iliggs & Kelly, 324
Bay Street. in the City of Nassau aforesaid.
Attorneys for the Petitioner:
Id) The Office of the Justice of the Peace at
Tarpum Bay, tlieuthera.
NOTIC(' is hereby given that any person having
dower or a right to dower or an adverse claim or a
claim not recognized in the Petition shall on or
before the 16th day of May 1974 file in the
Supreme C(ourt in the City of Nassau aforesaid and
serve on the Petitioner or the undersigned a
statement of his claim in the prescribed form,
verified by an affidavit to be filed therewith.
Failure of any such person to file and serve a
statement of his claim on or before the 16th day of
May 1 974 will operate as a bar to such claim.

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


The general reaction in the office was favorable, but
some were on the fence. We agreed to abide by your advice
as to whether this idea was too outrageous or actually a
sensible way to help me out with a problem. POTLESS
DEAR POTLESS: The idea makes a lot of sense to me.
But you shouldn't "propose" the shower yourself, anymore
than a bride should "propose" her own shower. [P. S. Your*
is not actually a "divorce shower," it's a miscellaneous
shower for a man who's setting up housekeeping and
doesn't have a pot.

DEAR ABBY: I have been dating Henry for six months.
He says he does not have a telephone at home. I do not
have the phone number of the night or day jobs where he
works. He says they allow only emergency calls, so he does
all the calling.
One day I asked him where he lived and he said: "I
can't give you the address because I'm moving right now."
When I asked him where to send his Christmas card, he
said: "Just hand it to me."
I have never been introduced to any of his friends, and
he says he doesn't have any family.
Once I came right out and asked him if he was married,
and he said no. He is always telling me I ask too many
questions. I have a feeling he is not being honest with me.
There are things I would like to know about him because I
am falling in love with him. Why do you think he's so
secretive? IN THE DARK
DEAR IN: It's just a wild guess, but I'd say he's either
married or living with someone. Unless he's willing to let
you know where he lives and where he works, you'd he
wise to forget him and look for a man who's not afraid to
answer a few simple questions.

For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding,"
send $1 to Abigail Van Buren, 132 Lasky Dr., Beverly Hills,
Cal. 30212.

ASPCSOFLVN


From Page 4
thinking of taking up. Nassau
Glass sell the best paints
Windsor and Newton artist's
accessories for the professional
as well as the beginner.
For use as wall paintings
framedd or unfraied) or for
extra ispccial rugs are small
carpets sxith intel wv(e i
portraits llandscapes, seascapes
etc. I hese are reproductions ofi
original oil paintings.
And it you ha\C lime Cto
browse. on the s cond tluol of
Nassau lasss thlerc are rain
paintings. If you root aruiisnd
you might list find exaccll the
right one for you or ouri
home
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DISASTERVILLE


THEI' RE ARE moments i.,
any game, even a relatively
placid anl intellectual game
like bridge, when the heart
thumps, the blood races
through the veins, and the
spectators draw closer to catch
a glimpse of the drama.
And at bridge, what is it, do
you think, that causes more of
a flutter than anything else'? A
Grand Slam. perhaps? Or a
revoke'? Not either of these; it
is the arrival on the scene of
the really big bid, the
Redouble.
It I were asked which bid
had saved me the most points
over the years. I would
unhesitatinglx say the Pass. And
if I were asked which bid had
cost me the most, I would have
to say the Redouble. Going
down several tricks redoubled,
not vulnerable, is painfully
expensive: vulnerable, it is
disastrous beyond repair.
There are no fewer than
three separate meanings for
'redouble'. and it is up to the
partner of the redoubler to
interpret it in the light of the
current bidding situation: no
wonder that colossal
misunderstandings arise,
First, the generally known
and familiar meaning of the
bid: if your side has bid freely
to some high contract, and one
of your opponents produces a
penalty double, it is open to
you or your partner to bid a
redouble. The meaning here is
relatively straightforward: it
says: "Partner, they think we
can't make this; I think we can,
and I am going to show my
confidence by doubling the
already doubled stakes."
As South, for example, you
hold:
A2
K2
Q 1098 5
A Q6 3
At Game to your side, the
bidding goes:
S W N E
I NT pass 3 D 3 H
3 NT 4 H 5 D dble
redble pass pass pass
Having opened a slightly
lop-sided No Trump, then
chanced a 3NT overcall on the
strength of your King of
Hearts, you now realise that
North has no more than one
Heart, length and strength in
Diamonds, and surely a black
King to warrant his take-out to
3 Diamonds. You feel that you
have cunningly concealed the
potential of your hand from
your opponents, and now you
reassure your partner that 5
Diamonds is gilt-edged. Just,
the same, you hope he makes
it!
The second use of the
redouble is conventional, in
that it doesn't actually apply
to the suit being redoubled,
but to any suit which the
opposition may now retreat to.
It is used when partner has
bid, has been doubled for a
take-out by your right-hand
opponent, and where you can see
that there is nothing for the
Opposition but plain disaster.
Your redouble then bears the
message, "Partner, I have at
least 10 points, I don't care
much for your suit. but I can
crack anything they bid. so
leave further action to me "
A typical such use of the bid
would he when you hold:
102
A J 104

K 109
Partner deals and opens 1
Spade. Right-hand opponent
doubles for a take-out, and you
take thim out into the worst
kind of trouble. You have an
alternative, of course, which is
to ignore his double, and hid
2N T. If partner has a minimum
he passes, or rebids Spades.
which you ought to pass. So
you gain 70 or 90 points. But
itf ou redouble instead, which
you should. West marked
with at best two Jacks on the
bidding is forced to bid a
ropey 4-card suit North will
pass. since you have told him


to leave further action to you,
I ast will pass hopefully, but
\ Ot dash his hopes with a juicy
double, and you should pick
up at least 300 points on the
deal, and if they are vulnerable,
it could be as many as 1100.
l'he final use of the redouble
is going out of style, but is still
in vogue among intrepid
players. Its technical label is
the Kock-Werner redouble,
named after its Swedish
progenitors, but is is more
usually referred to as the
S.O.S. redouble. It is used
when you have been contesting
the auction against opponents
known to have the
balance of the cards, where
you have been doubled, and
where you feel that you could
get out more cheaply in
another suit, if only you knew
which suit partner held in any
length. To redouble in such a
position ought not to be


misunderstood, but it often is!
Here is an example of the
intended use of the bid in this
kind of situation You hold the
cards shown below when I ast
and West have scored Gamei
and 70, while your side has not
yet scored an. rhii. below the
line:
A 104
K 9 7 2
KQ
10 9 8 6
The bidding starts like this:
W N 1 S
1 D pass 1 11 1 NT
dble pass pass redble
You were not prepared to
let Fast slide home
unhampered in 1 Heart, so you
put in a sporting INT.
whereupon West brought down
his axe, but you feel there's a
good chance that North has a
reasonable 4 card Club or


Spade suit among his rubbish,
and that the contract will play
infinitely better if only you
can find out which it is. And
the way to discover this. say
the theorists, is to redouble
and let North tell you. He will
be doubled, of course, and it
may cost you anywhere
between 100 and 900 points.
but on a good day, he might
even make it. And in any case.
you preserve the rubber.
To round otf this catalogue
of horrors, here is an actual
incident taken from the
played at Dunblane in
Scotland. Clement Ellis. an
international, was sitt in g
South, and these were his
cards:
none
10
Q9 8 7 3 2
K 9 76 42


II III 4 2


West opened I Heart, North
passed, and East hid 1 Spade.
The Unusual No Trump had
not yet been born, but there
was a new-fangled device
whereby such freakish
distribution could be shown. It
consisted of bidding the
opponent's suit. So, at Game
All. mind you, Ellis bid 2
Spades. West doubled and
there were then two passes.
Not wanting to play in 2
Spades with a void in trumps,
Ellis redoubled to find out his
partner's better minor suit.
West passed and so did
North! We can imagine East
drooling at the mouth as he
also passed. The resulting
holocaust yielded the
incredible total of 4,600
points. South failed to make
one trick.
Hear ye. and be warned!
RC


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REAL STATEREAL ESTATE CARS FOR SALE MARINE SUPPLIES IN MEMOIAM HELP WANTEDHELP WANTHELP WANTED


C14193
1. Apartment site Twynarm
Avenue 80 x 150. Has two
building x now rented.
$18,000.
2. Two commercial lots
Carmichael Road each 106 x
160 both tor $15,000 of
$8,500 each.
3. Waterfront lot out east 60 x
100. $28,000.
4. Eastern Road lot 100 x 315.
$45,000
5. Eastern Road lot 100 x 140.
$33,000.
6. Winton 2 storey house,. tully
furnished, fireplace et( Only
$55,000.
7. Grove. West Bay Street 5
bedrooms 3 baths, fully
furnished. large lot. $110.000.
8 Houses in NJSSJ Eaist from
$37,000 to $47,000.
CHESTER THOMPSON REAL
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31425

C14201
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Road ranging ihom $4,500 and
$3,500 Contait Sidneyv
McCartnrey. 3 2371 days,
4-2614 nights
C14202
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C14214
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belt asking only $25,000.00.
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co u. soe of cwonstr uctioni
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$40,000.00
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bedrooms 2 bath house,
un fu rirshed Asking
$35,000.00.
BUEN RETRO 3 bedioums
2 baths furnished 10 by 173.
Walled-in, walking distar 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
$6,00 .00 yea. Peat inflation
becorne secure. Only
$48,000.00. With o1 without
terms.
PRINCE CHARLES have
FIVE BEDROOM HOUSE,
Patio, with Air, some furniture
and appliances only
$45,000.00.
DIAL DAMIANOS 22033,
22305 evenings 41197.

C14237
2 BEDROOM house, Johnson
Terrace, fully furnished, wall
to wall carpeting, large patiu
$30,000 Tfel 51905 days.
42463 after '., p.-
C14262?
THIS Saturdan ) Sundav dr:vtc
through YAMALRAW [/BEACH
ESTATE S Sal-'.,'in, or duty
from 12 t t, at MOE L
HOUSE [D)eposit Orl $7b and
easy payments
Tel 4 1 141 o 2 302 / o
2-4148
Morlev & O'Bir' Real Estate'
(BRIE A r er)

CI 142Y)
2 idjo!jirilw 0 iq t, of land
appi o r, iiat lt y 1)0 x 120 each
ir "Ku, Al A.T riean South
beoa 6 Sp,". a e p0 1 $12.000
or i ar ' 'r Phrio le 32 'r '.

C 1402.'
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GOLDIE r'J C.ATF-
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PROSPI CT Rli,.[
WESTWARD VILLAS
CON[)DOM.INIUM
APARTMI NTS
in PARADISE ISLAND
EAST RAY STREET
WEST BAY STREET
HOTELS and 0-TEL SITES,
BEACH LOTS, COMM[ R
CIAL LOTS, RESI[)FNTIAL
LOTS
ACREAGE FOR
DEVELOPMENT IN THE
NASSAU AND FAMILY
ISLANDS SUCH AS GRAND
BAHAMA LONG ISLAND,
ELEUTHERA. ABACO
45 ACRE CAY IN THI
EXUMAS WITH DEEP
WATER HARBOUR AND
MORE
CALL
DAVSON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENCY
ohone 21178 or 80932 21178
P. 0. Box N-4648
Nassau, Bahamas.


C14246
4 106 x 106 lots in private
walled in area known as "The
Farm" South Beach area, 4
minutes from beach by car,
private road, light, water and
telephone available, tennis
court, pool and deck, 12 lots in
whole area only. $10,000 each.
Phone 5-5634.
C14256
LOT 50 x 100 with duplex
foundation poured Situated
Fourth Street, Coconut Grove.
Lot 100 x 100. Situated
Nassau Village $6,500 or
nearest offer
I acre Malcolm Allotment nust
south of Northern Alexander
Boulevard. $14,000 or nearest
offer
Lots 60 x 110 Sandilands
Allotments in the vicinity of A
D Hanna residence. $3.500
Call 24068.
C14247
13,000 sq. ft. lot Nassau East
North. Biggest in subdivision
$1 1,000 00. Already cleared
off Call 5 5634.

FOR RENT
C14024
COTTAGES and apartments
monthly airconditioned,
fully furnished, maid service
available. Lovely garden and
swimming pool, Telephone
31297, 3]093
C14130
Two, Furnished and
Air-Conditioned, I bedroom
apartments. Centreville. Ring
5-8679, ask for Mr. Pritchard
C 14,013
2 BEDROOM duplex
apartment Sais Souc.i
Telephone 5-2398

C 14227
3 bedroom unfurnished house,
Davis Street, Oakes Field 2nd
house on right opposite Motor
Centre. Phone 34015 or
24433.
C14234
TWO-BEDROOM urfturnished
apartment, Ansel Building,
Clawford Street, Oakes Field.
Telephone 3-4999 evenings.
C14238
MODERN attractive three
bedroom two bathroom
furnished house with
swimming pool, available for
long term lease. Situate on
sizeable landscaped grounds in
the Grove just off West Bay
Street Tel. 5-9403

C14242
$200 monthly Picturesque ?
level stone house amid county
estate, overlooks western
suburbs, completely furnished,
quiet, available immediately,
quick access beaches, airport,
shopping. Phone 5-7224.
Sk ee s. Harold Road.
(evenings).

C 14230
MODERN attractive three
air-conditioned bedrooms, two
bathroom, finished house.
Available immediately on
yearly lease. Situated on
Oxford Street, East Montrose
Avenue For information call
24030 or 411 73


(: ]4?,4
ATTRACTIVE 2 bedroom
apartrneit, for immediate
oc(uparicy Eastern District
Tel 5 8481

C. 14254
S BEDROOM furnished
apartImnt Lpstairs over the
tIHu ( Ireer CLub. For
foriiatiron call 5-4616.

CARS FOR SALE

C14021
11172 VOLKSWAGEN 1300
SedaIns, excellent condition,
radio, W W tyres, low mileage.
F i nan e and insurance
available Call 36611-2-3-4.
(14192
1970 TRIUMPH G.T. 6
Excellent running condition,
only 13,500 miles. Phone
24130 Monday Friday
daytime 58185 nights and
weekends.
C14194
WHITE Crown Toyota
Stationwagon 1970 excellent
condition $1,500. Phone
23283 days 31975 nights.
C14181
1972 CHEVY MALIBU
2 door, airconditioned,
gold -bown with beige top,
autoniatic transmission, power
steering, power brakes, radio.
Very good condition, $3,750.
Owner leaving. Telephone
24698 day 41291 night.

C14203
1969 MUSTANG. Good
condition. 4 wide-track wheels
with Mags. $1800 O.N.O.
Phone Sidney McCartney,
3-2377 days, 4-2614 nights.
C14235
I COUGAR black and white
RX7 $5,500. Best offer. One
walk in Sauna Bath $700.
Phone 4-2872.


C14204
1966 HILLMAN Imp
Excellent condition $300 Call
34967.

FOR SALE [
C14252
SPECIAL SALE on Wedding
Gowns from $75 and up. The
Young Miss. Market Street near
Bay. Phone 2-3365.

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

C 14248
1969 TRAILER covered truLk
22 ft long 12 ft wide, just
overhauled. Ideal for trucking
company etc. $4,000 00.
Phone 5-5634.

C14252
SPECIAL SALE on .. ,,i
Gowns from $/5 and up. The
Young Miss. Market Street near
Bay. Phone 2-3365.
C14257
HOUSEHOLD articles for sale
Owners leaving colony
Anytime, any day except
Saturday. Phone 57685.
C14268
One Couch ( Seats Two)
$50.00, Chest, $25.00, Car
Seat $10.00 Phone 54380.
C14252
SPECIAL SALE on Wedding
Gowns from $75 and up The
Young Miss, Market Street 'rear
Bay. Phone 2-3365.

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

C14208
SNACK take-away business for
sale downtown Phone 31165


C 14265
TWO retail stores handling
exclusive franchise one
product. Strictly cash sales.
Phone 58865 10 a.m. to noon.

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


1424SCHOOLS
C14241


THE NASSAU CIVIC
BALLET SCHOOL will
commence its Spring Term on
Monday, 22nd April 1974.
Classes in dance, acrobatics arnd
yoga. For information, please
call 5-2353.
14000
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 and
8:30 a.m. or after 6 p.m. ur
35084 anytime.

C14269
THE best care for your pre
school age children provide
reasonable rates
BEST CARE NURSERY
Weekdays 8:00 a m. to 5:30 p n
Miss C. M Brown, Manageress

C 14236
ENROLL now in keep fit classes
Morning and Evening at
PATRICIA MYERS
SCHOOL OF DANCE
Also Beginner's Acrobatic Class
Phone 31611-after 4 p.m., 36235

MARINE SUPPLIES I

C 14186
MUST SELL 1 / ft. TRI HULL ,
90 hp. EVINRUDE Needs
minor repair work Owner
leaving, $900.00 or nearest
offer. Phone 3-2641 or 55060
after 4 p m.

C 11894
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.


C14261
LOBSTER fish boat, 40 feet,
671 General Motor, 10,000 Ibs.
ice box, Hydraulics Wheel,
Hydraulics Winches, Marine
Radio. $8,000. Information
854-2019 after 6 p.n. Miami
Florida.


C14263


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C14258
1973 "Clipper MK 21" sailboat
with new 3HtP outboard, extir
sails, much other gerj. Sec ,t
Grand Bahama Hotel Mannra
West End. Reasonable. Owners
leaving soon. Boat sleeps 4.

NOVICE

C14249
THIS is to notify the public
that I am nriot responsible for
any debts incurred in rny name
or any other persons without
my written consent.
Joseph C. Missick.

C14244
SPECIAL GOSPEL CRUSADE
CONTINUES NIGHTLY AT
THE BAHAMAS GOSPEL
CHAPEL, MONTROSE
AVENUE SHIRLEY
HEIGHTS. VARIOUS
SPEAKERS PARTICIPATING
INCLUDING EVANGELIST
BOBBIE COLEBROOKE AND
EVANGELIST SANFORD
OWENS OF KINGSTON
JAMAICA LIVELY SINGING
WITH THE SOUL
S E E KI : R S MUSICAL
GROUP ASSISTING THE
PUBLIC IS INVITED TO
ATTEND.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

C 14063
JUST ARRIVED
NEW SHIPMENT
Polyester double knit 60-62
inches wide, also Jersey
material variety of colours,
custom niade dresses foi ladies
and children.
YOUR OrNE STOP SHOP
FOR ALL SCHOOL
CHILDREN UNIFORMS
Also Polyester double knit
material for men alr colours
MODERNISTIC DRY GOODS
Opposite Wulft Road Theatre
Telephone 3-4580

ENTERTAINMENT

C14226
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


LOST_
C 14231
LOST Village Road area
light ta nriile potcakc with
pink spot on nose. scans on
[:,k right leg Answers to
name "FBones' Reward Call
3-1313


PETS FOR SALE
C14228
3 MONTHS OLD Full Breed
German Shepherd Pups See
Alexander Virgil, Durham
Street off Mount Royal
Avenue. Price $150.00.


CRAFT SUPPLIES


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


C14255


YACHTS AND BOATS LTD
CHRIS CRAFT

CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS

WESTERLY SAILBOATS

AVON INFLATABLES

Do you know we can deliver ani
all fibieglass 25 foot
Chris Craft with 200 HP Chris
Craft V 8, V Berth, dinette,
galley, enclosed head and more
standard equipment to list, for
$12.000.00 duty paid7

30 foot Elco Classic, with twin
Crusader 185 HP engines. This
is a beautiful boat and must be
seen Owner has reduced price.

27 foot Concorde Sedan
1969 with twin 225 HP
Chryslers. Has all extras. At
our dock $13,500.00

13 doot Boston Whaler with 40
HP Evimrude. All new consul
and steering. $1 100.00

53 foot flvbridge Mathews
cruiser with twin 160 H.P.
G.M. 6-71 diesels. Fully found
for living aboard and cruising
Excellent condition. Asking
$13,500.00
AT THE MARINE STORE
New supplies of life and sailinq
jackets Peter Storm foul
weather gear, and marine
equipment just arrived. Stop
by.
P.O. Box N1658
Telephone 24869

C14260
1 "SANDSHARK" sailboat,
good condition. $500 including
trailer. Tel. 32109.


C14222
A POWER PLANT
ENGINEER needed for Out
Island power plant. Must be
capable of line work, home
connections and general
maintenance. Send resume
along with expected starting
salary. Address all replies to
Sunshine Inn, 3116 S. Andrews
Ave., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
33316.


C14207
An immediate vacancy exists in
the Advertising Art
Department of The Tribune.
Applicant must possess talent
in artwork, layout and
paste-up; have working
knowledge of various types and
advertising composition.
For application form and/or
appointment, see or call John
Cash, Advertising Manager, at
2-2768, between 8 a.m. & 1
p.m.
C14225
Experienced cook for private
house. Call 77706 for details.

C14215
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT
required to set up audit
systems and procedures for
rapidly exoandino 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 Charter ed Accountants
in the United Kingdom and/or
the Bahamas.
Salary commensurate with
qualifications anrid experience,
plus non-contr ibutor y 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, Wori Id Ban'ing
Corporation Limited, P. 0.
Box N-100, Nassau.


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Island TV 2-2618 The Wardobe 7-5599.


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MEN'S WEAH


y Lucas Batteries jFashionette Ltd. 2.2376/7
FBay Street Garage 2-2434 .'

BOOKSTORE MUSIc

The Christian Book Shop Cody'sRecords 2.8500
5.8744. OPTICIANS
BUSINESS FORMS Optical Service Ltd.2-3910/11
Executives 24267/540 PAPE
Printers 2-4267/5-401 PAPER.


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CABINET MAKE
Commonwealth
. Furniture


CAMERAS
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John Bull


ENTERTAINMENT
Movies
Film & Equip. Service 2 2157

GARDEN & PET
SUPPLIES
Modernistic Garden
& Pet 2-2868
Nassau Garden & Pet
Montrose Avenue 2-4259

HARDWARE

|John S.George 2-8421/6


HOUSE PLANS

Evangelos G. Zervos 2-4128
LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING
New Oriental Laundry 2-4406


SCommercial Paper
SHouse


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.

C14240
WANTED by I._yford Cay Club,
Tennis Professional Certified
Class 1 member of
International Professional
Association or United States
Professional Association.
Applicant should have 5 years
experience with top club and
must be well versed in all
aspects of court maintenance.
Write for interview giving full
details of past experience to:
Managing Director, P. 0. Box
N-7776, Nassau.

C14251
EXECUTIVE Secretary for
large Company. Must have
shorthand and typing and some
knowledge of accounting. Must
have a pleasant Personality in
dealing with lots of people.
Reply in Person at the Holiday
Inn of Paradise Island
Personnel Office, Feliz
Musgrove, Director of
Pcisonnel.


TRADE SERVICES

C14027

Pinder's Customs

Brokerage Ltd.

Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU BAHAMAS
P. 0. Box N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795. 2 3796
2-3797, 2-2798
Airport 7-7434
FREE ESTIMATES
C14197
RADIATORS
Re-cores and repairs stop by
The Nassau Repair Shop,
Mackey Street and Chesapeake
Road, or phone 24710 21716.
SERVICE GUARANTEED
C 4001
T. V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes
apartments and hotels


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311201 PRINTING
Wong's Printing br-4Ub

Executive
4252/3 Printers -4267/5 40' 1


RADI &V


RADIO & T.V. SALES
Carter's Records 2-471T


RUBBER STAMPS
Wong's Rubber Stamp
Co. 5-45061


SPORTS GOODS
Champion Sport Land 2-1862'

TRAVEL
Playtours 2-293 i/7 :
R.H. Curry & Co., 2-8681/7

TV REPAIRS
Channel Electronics Ltd.
3-54 78 K

UPHOLSTERING

Eddie's Upholstering 5-9713


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IN sad and loving memory of
our dear son and brother
Percival "Jackie" Johnson,
who departed this life suddenly
April 14, 1973.
It was a terrible blow for us,
the pain so sharp,
So sudden so piercing, to lose
one we love so dearly.
Sleep on dear son and take
your rest
Jesus loves you best.
In Jesus name.
Left to mourn: mother Mrs.
Persis Johnsin, 2 daughters 3
brothers, 4 sisters, one uncle
and a host of relatives and
friends.

HELP WANTED 1
C14221
HOTEL ASSISTANT
MANAGER for Out Islands;
Minimum 5 years experience.
Mar tied; capable of handling
food, beverage and accounting.
Give full resume and starting
salary expected. Address
replies to Sunshine Inn, 3116
S. Andrews Ave., Lauderdale,
Fla. 33316.


Call 5-9404 by The Nassau Repair snop -
WORLD OF MUSIC Mackey and Chesapeake
Mackey Street Phone 24710 21716.
Next to Frank's Place FREE ESTIMATES.
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GRAND BAHAMA


CLASSIFIED
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REAL ESTATE HELP WANTED

C15072 C15066
Required by Bahamas Oil
LOTS LOTS- LOTSEPLOTS Refining Company, Grade 'B'
OWN A PIECE OF FREEPORT Operators. Applicants should
We have lots of lots, have at least a high school
Residential, Commercial, education. Must have at least
Waterfront, all around five (5) years experience in
Freeport, Lucaya, Close in operations of large scale
Ready for building, SELECT petroleum distillation or jetty
FROM $2000 UP, Low down equipment, and related
payment Easy terms, facilities.
SACRIFICED Mail resume in confidence to:
Because owners have changed Personnel Officer, P. 0. Box
plans, deaths, divorces or F-2435, Freeport, Grand
repossessions J.S.R. REAL Bahama.


ESTATE, Freeport's First
Licensee, No. 5 Savoy
Building, Pioneer Way, Box
F-93, Freeport, 352-8811.


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

HELP WANTED
C1aO76
Savin Photocopy Technician
needed with at least five years
experience. Must have tocl kit
and valid dr ivers licence. Please
apply to P. 0. Box F-1402,
Freeport, Grand Bahama,

C15075
SAYBOLT CO. has vacancies
for TRAINEE PETROLEUM
INSPECTORS. Applicants
should have G.C.E. or
equivalent in Mathematics,
Physics and Chemistry.
Training in the quantity and
quality inspection of loading
and discharging of oil tankers
will be given. Apply to: E. W.
Saybolt & Co., S. A., P. 0. Box
F-2049, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


C 15080
Position available for Girl
Friday, for downtown office.
Requirements: Bahamian
female only, with at least three
years experience in Banking,
Stock receiving, Shipping
inventory, and know how to
balance control.
Interested persons should write
in own handwriting to Box
F-481.
C15079
ASST. MANAGER: Capable of
taking over full responsibility
of Management when needed.
Manage Sales; Group Bookings
and Reservation Department.
Supervise and train personnel
for Front Office.
HOUSEMEN: To assist Maids,
also heavy duty general
cleaning of all public areas and
staff quarters of Hotels. Police
Certificate required.
KITCHEN UTILITY
WORKERS: To work morning
or evening shift. Wash and
scrub all kitchen equipment,
floors, walls, iceboxes etc,
Must be willing to do heavy
duty work. Health Certificate
required.
Apply: Personnel Department,
Oceanus Hotels Ltd. Royal
Palm Way, P. 0. Box F.531;
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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C14239
1971 MERCURY MARQUIS,
airconditioned, power steering,
power windows. Al condition.
Ideal for taxi. Phone 59342 -
53542.


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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 least 5 "O" 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. O. Box
N-7526, Nassau.
C14253
ACCOUNTING CLERK, high
school graduate with G.C.E.
Maths and English preferred.
One to 2 years experience an
advantage. Please telephone
3-1411 in order to arrange an
interview.
C14243
LABOURER Needed for farm
work $35.00 per week 5 day
week, 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Phone
34762.
C14250
CHARTERED ACCOUNT-
ANTS required by professional
firm. Write giving full details to
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co.,
P. O. Box N123, Nassau.

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

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

C14022
SEWING MACHINE
PARTS AND REPAIRS
Island Furniture Company
P. 0. Box N-4818, Nassau
Dowdeswell and Christie Streets
Telephone 21197, 23152.

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

C14198
BODY WORK AND PAINT
JOBS.
For the best in quality and
service have your car resprayed


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"Am I considered a full-time employee now? The boss
didn't say 'please' when he asked me to type this."


'IS TS THE STUFF 'U DVINT WANT 1O SPOIL
MY APPETITE ON ACCOUNT OF?'


"To simplify matters..."


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36. Tuition
38. Hindu cymbals
40. Sickly
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"The Stars impel, they do not
your life is largely up to YOU!


Winning

Bridge
SVICTOR fOLLO
MATCPOIN4w scoring, with its
premium on that extra trick,
leas to many strange plays, as
in this example from an inter-
national pairs event.
Dealer South: N/S Vul.
North
762
9 Q87 6 4
7952
West East
SK9 2953
S10 9 J 8 6 6432
4 Q 10 8 4 3 4J 66
South
A 10
A J 10 5 3
AK Q
SAK 7
South Wet North East
22 Dble Pass 20
2V 24 3V 44
West led a spade. At rubber
bridge the hand would present
no Interest. Declarer would lay
down the A and concede two
tricks., a trump and a spade.
Not so in a pairs event, since
650 will be a poor score If other
Souths make 680. So to give him-
self the chance of the trump
finesse, declarer played his dia-
monds, Intending to throw a club,
ruff one in dummy and take the
trump finesse.
Guessing what was afoot, West
smoothly ruffed the third dia-
mond with hi i V9. This was
over ruffed, but the trump
finesse lost and now South had
a club as well as a spade to lose.
South could hardly guess that
West wou4 dare to unguard his
VK. West, indeed, had nerves
of steel and yet his play couldn't
cost a trick. Even had South
brought down the VK, he would
have still lost a club.


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ll words iT
S L fro itr letters
or more can
S t or n k r
t ro t ii e
G J meters showln
letter may
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Sut k tin n ha
word, e a c h
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word must contain the large
letter, and there must be at
least one elght-letter word in the
list. No plurals;: noforelgln words;
no proper iiIInames. TODAY'S
TARGET : 25 words, good ;
29 words, very good; 33 words.,
excellent. Solution tomorrow.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTION :
Acne apace apse aspen cane cape
case cause nape nausea neap
pace paean pane pause pecan
puce sate saute NSAtCEPAN
scape space spue unease i'-unace.


Rupert and the Ice Crackers--33


(ing Frost summons two of his guards.
Store this with great care," he commands,
ending over the box containing the rest of
he ice crackers. Jack and Rupert have won
he day against those ice walls, but who
nowa when we shall be threatened again ?
eep the ice crackers in readiness at all
Times While the King is speaking Rupert's


thoughts turn to home, and at the first chance
he takes Jack aside. I simply mustn't stay
any longer," he says. "Think of my Mummy
-she will be wondering where I am. Oh.
and here's the wind whistle you lent me."
" It's a spare one," laughs Jack, "so you may
have it as a present from me, Rupert."
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CARROLL RIGHTER'S

GLlOSCOPE
from the Cwroll Rigter Initute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day and evening
to cultivate a cheerful and happy attitude,
otherwise depressing and complicated conditions could
develop. Take under advisement any decisions expected of
you. Avoid making a serious mistake.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Use an objective approach
when handling those duties ahead of you. Try to be of
assistance to troubled associates Think logically.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Try to get your own
problems handled wisely without having to depend on others
so much. Do something thoughtful for mate tonight.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Use real caution in the
handling of career matters since higher-ups are watching you-
Make sure you pay all bills and avoid trouble
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Although present
work seems boring and you seek new pastures, it is best to
stick to present set-up. Don't be extravagant,
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 2 1) Make sure you keep any promises
you have made and try to help associates who are having
troubles. Don't go on a foolish tangent
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Tactfully try to find out what
your true position is with allies, but don't ask dumb questions.
Steer clear of one who opposes you.
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct. 22) You want to argue with a
good associate because you are in a bad mood, but don't
alienate such a valuable person in your life.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Instead of expecting others
to do so much for you, get busy and do something for them
instead. Don't be wasteful with money.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec 21) Show more
consideration for those who dwell with you. Think along very
pleasant lines. Show others you are loyal to family.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Much care should be
used in motion today if you want to avoid a ticklish situation.
Don't anger one by making critical remarks
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb 19) Monetary affairs seem
very difficult for you to handle right now. Cut down on those
expenses that are too extravagant. Be wise.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar 20) Turn discontent around to
cheer and you can accomplish a great deal Forget all that
social nonsense tonight. Plan the future wisely.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she could
easily do well in trouble-shooting professions and become a
leader in such, so don't try to put knee-pants on your progeny.
Make sure your youngster does not cause friction just for the
fun of later clearing it up Direct the education along mental


compel What you make of


Chess
By LEONARD BARDEN





STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD


YOUR DAUGHTER HASN'T

MR.HALEE..I THOUGHTSHE IAREDEEPLRY
MIGHT HAVE BECOME CONCERNED, Af,
DISENCHANTED WITH ROPER./
White mates in three moves HER JOB!
-at latest against any defence (by
Dr W. Sperkmann). Black's
pawn moves (as usual) down the
board, from top to bottom of the
page. It isnt difficult to spot COULD '
which White piece moves first in TO HER A
this miniature, and the real MAKE $UI
tick is to decide which of
several apparently good squares
for this piece is the only square
fo- mate in three.
Par times. 1 minute, ;.oblem
master; 3 mtaites, problem
expert: 6 minutes, good; 12
minutes, average; 25 minutes, ...MAYBE
novice THEY'LL HAVE TO RESCUE WE GAN
Chess Solution A HELPLESS WOMAN...ABOUT SOMETH
1 Kt-R4 and if 1 . Kt-Q3 TO PROWN...IF I CAN CONCEAL I'M GETT
ch: 2 K--B4 or if Kt-B4 ch; 2 Z MY IDENTITY LONG ENOUGH... ,D TIREP.
K-K3, both followed by 3 Q AND CONTACT OWEN...
Q-Kt2 mate. If 1 .. Kt-B3 -
ch; 2 K-Q3 Kt-KtS; 3 Q-QR1
mate. Blacc's defences between J
them defeat the tries 1 Kt-B4?. .J
1 Kt-K3 ? and I Kt-K1 ?


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The Tribune - Friday, April 19, 1974


Ali may not run, says Foreman


BURBANK Heatvw eighi tsuMng
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at challenger Miula o 0' n kt \li tor a
seconds and comn. 11 e might
*>i run when hlie tislit l. H a big
-..3n and he might stan d up oidJ ht "y
Foreman didn't spcaik v'. imction
a.Id added "'but he has, htcii n i ning iln
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1l, past few fights n d 1 11
IS pounds against hit
Foreman and Ali i x.-,
A 1:ce Africa. for 5
,.adranteed in late sep; :


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champion said he has signed and expects
the fight to go on as scheduled.
The champion was asked if he would
accept the same money offer to fight Ali
in the United States, a proposition
suggested by Don Fraser of the Forum,
owned by Jack Kent Cooke who
bankrolled the first Joe Frazier-Ali bout
and guaranteed each $2.5 million.
"No." Foreman said, "I've already
signed
Asked if Ali would be the toughest he's


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Rookie second base
Cox drove in four run
single and his first major
home run as the Expos
the Mets their seventh
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Cox hit a two-run s
c.:p a tour-run first inn
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Hlank Aaron, making
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Monday with a should
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before grounding a s
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non-home run of th
season.


SA\O PAULO Pele says he
wants "to leave soccer" before
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as this week, the newspaper O
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until after the fight. Before the Norton
fight they told me he would be the
toughest I've fought. I don't know. I
know I'll be in top condition.
"There is no one I'd rather fight than
Ali."
Foreman appeared with comedian Bob
Hope and will be on his National
Broadcasting Co. television programme
this week.
He also announced he has signed with
creative management associates to handle
his ancilliary business.
Freddie Fields, CMA
,president, estimated this
would add about 10 million
dollars to Foreman's personal
bank account during his reign
as heavyweight champion.
The champion said it cost
him $241,000 in taxes to
leave Venezuela and
commented, "that was to
leave not escape as some
say.
Foreman intimated he
doesn't think the boxing
public fully appreciates his
man J ii talents.
s with a "When I beat Mli they'll
3r league probably say I should have
handed fought him 10 years ago,"
straight said the champion who was
only 16 years old a decade
single to ago.
ning and He expressed his usual
winning confidence in saying: "I never
n homer fight unless I think I can
win."
st inning He was asked if he would
lie Cubs try to cut off Ali. who
usually tries to dance and use
led and the full ring.
n Jerry "I might not have to, he
second might net even run. He might
Stennett just decide to stand up and
on the fight like a man," Foreman
and Ray said. "He's a big man and he
shutout. might stand up and fight."
his first Even so, Foreman termed
sidelined as wishful thinking a question
r injury, about who he would fight
ut twice after beating Ali.
ingle to "After that, we'll see who
is the most qualified. And
n's first you know the most qualified
ie 1974 will find me." (AP)


Mercury--too late
Mercury--too late


MICHAEL RUSSELL and
rookie bowler Ricky Lowe put
together scores of 213(54o)
and 182(512) respectively
leading the Nassau Guardian to
a 2-1 victory over Plaza I eague
leading Mercury Squad.
However, the top
performance by the Guardian
came a bit too late in the
season. With only the rolloffs
left. Mercury with a 38 and 10
record already has the Pla/a
League wrapped up for the
second consecutive season.
Ihe Guardian's 31 and 1P,
record places them in second
place with former champs C(it
Market in third winning 30 of
their 48.
Spotted 61 handicap pins in
each game. the Guardian
against Mercury took the first
860-813, ped the second
892-844 and captured the
decider 877-868.
George Friesen topped
Mercury with a 223(576)
Jimmy Lowe added a 190(5301)
and Larry d'Albenas scored a
193(510).
The Guardian in the first
game held the lead throughout
keeping Mercury in the rear by
a constant five point gap.
Russell's 196 together with
Lowe and Doug Roberts'


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on f Op.
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D:l JA s, Super Sints,,
presently holding a strong
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the league leading Schlit/ Beer
t-ike on lleincken Stars in the
first game tonight (7 clock)
a the Queen I li/abeth Sport-,

I lhe rookies of St. Bernards
pla defending champs Becks
Bees in the second game.
In tomorrow night's action
'Sh lhtz meet Citibank Chargers
in the onI\x game at 8 o'clock.
Jet set travel to Freeport to
pla.i weekend double header
jiinist the Buck,.
CIiftbank pla I leineken in
the oilt g1game Sunday at the
Queen I li.ioeth Sports Centre.


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Champions last night.
Among last night's action,
leading heavyweight contender
"Dynamite Fuse" was just too
much for the "Iron Man
Destroyer." The ring rocked as
these heavies hit the ring.
In the four man tag team
match, the Nasty German
constantly lived up to his name
while his partner in crime "The
Wild Man Egor" was just as


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GLASGOW Scotland's
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European cup setmi-firial
against Atletico Madrid in
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A meeting of the club board
followed a ruling by European
officials that the match should
be played after a brawling first
leg in Glasgow in which three
Atletico players were sent off.
That game ended in a 0-0 draw.
"We do not agree with the
European union's decision to
play but we will leave for
Madrid on Monday to fulfil the
fixture under protest," said
Celtic chairman Desmond
White.
Meanwhile it was announced
virtually all Celtic supporters
had complied with a request
from White not to travel to
Madrid for the second leg.
All but 15 of the 250 fans
who had already booked
before the appeal have
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reservations.
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party said flights had been
cancelled and the 15 would get
their money back.
Hugh Delaney, secretary of
the Celtic supporters'
association, said he was
relieved by the reaction of the
fans. (AP)


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Coakley the Jamaica High
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