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Title: The Tribune.
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Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: April 20, 1974
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 79, no. 210 (Aug. 3, 1983); title from caption.
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Lritbuin


Reftiterld with ostmaster of Bahamas for postage conce.ons within the Bahama.. Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


VOL. LXXI, No. 124


Saturday, April 20, 1974


Price: 20 Cents


HOSPITAL





FURORE


Kitchen staff threaten strike


action over dietician
I I!. I HAI IAM \IAN ictin- cili'f dieticiln i t[ih
PrtitC 's Mrare.i t Hospital hlis been relieved o', I'
Jui 'se flor wX itins' letter to 1 hc Iribune tli t hl i.i
illh 'C'ed( L"Ibirr':ssed Ie.'aIlth Minister Lofttis R(kecr.
ThIf ac jltiii \ 1i1t I Minis tr oI H Icjlthi h. cs ,cp .. I ad1isLd .1
tu )e a lo1n1 tlic I kitch Ien hSt i li to hiave thir'aoteiicLl to .st ikec
it li',i aire 5-,kLd in Ii \ i k hidci' t Ih Jauiisn dict l in b ioiiliht in
bl he Mintisl twvo dia\ up icplice Miss Pandoral McKinney.
M\iss N lcKinieX s diticulties iithi ite Ministi Aros. ,v 1,s .
<'ouse o \ ciihbI debate 'n Apr il 4, whc; FNi -
ri'['csiit.it! : \ 'l lii;n S ilomoiii .!I cliticii/tel h tact thlu there
!h)a< It) h, ,l ii'til dieician i dutlil i 11 \1aii ch 23 when one li hli<
,',,li- nnit,'! Moii t to olbta hin a s[eciatl (Oni Aplri 5. lixr da l>lloiwilg tle ,ppear.n le in Tlie cibuin
,, \l S i'l i', m i si n ". Mitlients. Miss McKi ltlve ;irte tlhs pi iper
p i ';!lill Out il : lh .l -! i liad ivirked se:veni dia', i week ih uili hliw iti
i ch c\ !r the S liildls ii' q tie' l oi clerrld ito b Ml


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t.ilei.t' l n l\ special diets


let the fa tIs spe.ik !cr1
stll ;eh rs.." .ie w r. te.
'I vear-oldi Miss %1 KI it. e
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periiKia'.;'iiS se, [c [wtI\ v i argdi "
icl nad re(S tl'tng : [ i She
,hirw j st 'i m o f o th i l' o -
Susi .d.iv I \prl k iv'
Ic 1i "rimirj i, Ilori should not
S. :,iket i ng s iAn i ht l
Mi ss Mckin he i replis'ed
)u 'itijlt yi.. is is Lidestlood.
eh\pli" IiIg hl C s he asds
iitNk\are Ithat 6encral Orders
'oibade cO.i lseIi etl- t I o 'rl'te
!wlens to tlhe press.
Si e r5 pl oriedlyss i nifr ed
\l'-,s Mll I tld that shit' had


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ml rmpted I Iaih op\ o
lljh Oii ers ilst s ':ir vlis



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.)i thi As Is i. pf .sL':s id I ( Civili
's 'tvi e tegi ti slils
1 l.ts r'cy tlhions pn ivid I that
%hclrc all .1tk ei'skc e ( h s
ise'. 'i ade Ic a loiut a u i c
s. thin he i.s sro ribnt ontvd i
I'e ln IIa lt 1 I sT ) at 111 iI lt p l 11

It is iinderstsod that u Mis
MKiIn he' iumtediately 5 rotle
ietler refut ing the ,ii r
I lIeIc 5i\i > sint Io toic
treclo of public personnel
ilhroiiih I the perinldo 'tu
se.'ret., ;', '. dl.ih all ..l'), l pies
t1 \ lin sn I: I l.! iis R'okc'
and Prine ministerr Li id tnI
Pindlng.
The letter, which l .,. ,..
pointed I ucJ il niiu ieM r tus
ireg'ulain ies i ln the I' od
Senr ie Dli partmilent, \val,
supported 1iN lreomrinicida-
stinis trom Itwo sent'll hl spil
csi!isirlt nibs who n tleId the


PANDORA McKINNEY
Relieved ut duties

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wi! in' in t he
slo" 'k ls 1 .1ii a 5
s I
Iu'derst ud thi\.il i-s [)I-,i'
w uise uncle is Dr. Gilbert
Davsi. ( hif Mldi.sLi! (I .,' n i
;( I t c \ p c ",' d +., I ,- ; '- : ,
l it weeks
Onl l'hursdai \ rn! I S
following dispatch o! he;
letter, hiospi.t adii ';s ,tr1 itor
John 1homipson Jr. -, i '
u ll:cc ,I } 1 )j a :I inu t lid h.-
that h e had th t \Ls n' io't .
01i Ilie 1Ilii [ lsat li'cIAe
the Ht im ''.i 1
K i' +. I : ,' ::i ; ""
. c d ii 1 J
I li c


ithl the ne\\ me i t'I l a' t
they were to work '. i
the s,1i3e depart .:e'it
Il he kitchen stall t it i,
understood, lli.de its dis-
pleasures i elllld tel k w.' il
when the Janu .t anl diebilaxi
was iritrdu tu


Pag,


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FOUR PROMINENT
educationists arrived in
Nassau under the auspices of
the Co m in o nwealt 11 h
Secretariat on Thursday to
begin advising the Education
Ministry on implementation
of the Government's White
Paper on Education.
The delegation's visit has
already drawn sharp criticism01
from the Bahamas Union of

I DOOS& DON'T FO
YOUR KODAK CAMERA
I DO be careful when using/
I your camera on the beach.
m (Sand can damage the e
mechanism)
|DON'T leave your came ti
and film in direct sunlight.
(Heat can damage both
camera and film).


Teachers, who declared tiat
"'lie last thing nededed in
education at this moment is a
panel of foreign experts."
The union charged there
is already\ a number of
reports on education
"collecting dust on shelves"
in the Education Ministry.
The union asserted that all
the expertise needed is
available locally.
A union statement added:
"The union has lost
confidence in both the
present administration of the
Ministry of Education, and
the Government of this
country, and the Opposition,
and we are greatly
disappointed in the
Government's inability to
effect the kinds of changes
which this country needs,"


The foreign experts are
pictured meeting 'Aith
Education M minister [n. iisi i"l
Coakley shortly after their
arrival, rom I left are:
Assistant SecletarN. in the
Ministr. Lester Bow leg.
Professor of Education at
Toronto University .1 W
Greig. Assistant Secretary inI
the {Commonwealth
Secretariat Dr. J. A Maraij
Director of Education Gurth
Archer, Mr. Coakley,
Permanent Secretary in the
Ministry Baltron Bethel.
Under Secretary in the
Ministry Crispin Benjamin.
Professor of Education at
Manchester University John
D. Turner and Professor
Ralph Flectcher, head of the
St. Augustine's University
physics department.


Water to be cut back 15 hours a day


.I. *, I .1 tomorrow New
Providen,+e water cOlnsumers will suffer
pressiiie reductions for 15 hours each
day because of the shutdown of the
Blii HIils desalinatiii plant for annual
naintemicnn'ce the I..rl,. and Utilities
Mini ry ;:un>nunctd.
Wa'itt-r prti sure will start to fall at 3
p tn each day and will not be
inreased until s a m. the following
nirming The 15-hour daily pressure
Sulis are e xp-icted to last
'appr5ox. .iicls I lour v weeks" thie
Min ismtrv vnd
('(lnstirir's in mIl;in areas of tihe


Tourist

blow

to the

Bahamas
kIR AND) SI A arrivals ill
th- Bal lill:i-s ,ohtiniied to
rise in !97 ove previous
s ears i t m ot
. ignilicait ts l it'i n mibl r s it
of bnia'lide f iu irt'sis those
seeking .acc'iiiion lto:!ti sl here
dropped lnni than fo ur


hii ws %sa' rvxelaited in a
Tourisin Miniiti\ bhr-akdown
otf 197 4 irrisv! t"Oakl into
-ate i ,i iis i 'ouiistS,.
e\cutsi>i)iis's i and ti.aiisiis.
U1 itei standards s .et the
SniNd- .aw.n ,liit ti:
In" 1 i i0 ii,1 i sit t t 0
lo i. i '.e rl Ur wiitons,
nl V ', sioru s V, i ,ia% ,at least
o! re- =* ,.'*; i qt.s.re
)"i icd ,js iw
T li st'da'ds s"paite
'i nilt iii i, !rtsi oni o her
t-l rli ti ) i t> t's ec n i y
I iiih lll itl. s ipend uon
stood. i'II .Ir id s('i t'",rs.
I It, Ministry release this
'i k i .wCi t l, i. tltitl t 1 l 01"
lumalide twiurl-, coming o
ihe Bliahami driia g 1973. at
Q99 ,44, 4.2S piicsiii below
1 972 l ,03,.210.
Foiri: ls arrminii b', ;air tell
S74 f rci roi tlhe
Q76.5th ricorrdti in 1972 to
the 949.791 in 1973
Se I ToIurit'; t c'l tiis
i' i n's rl"C N'r 1 st pOI i ver h-rte
uiallcd 42 05 last year.
iis shlisi stl t) percent
i"W i !W,* 640 ,t4 ciiilt!d n
155 l I''si.' (' hil ts A 'it
lie cla'swification picture wuas
thle numinber oil cruise iitos.,
categor'-ed as e cursion sts
under international standards.
The totalled 45(. 12 iast
ear uip 12 pert.enit over
1972,s 4-10,91
hei i increase in 1 t ri'ise
visitors pi tllhe t'ia;il niiiiiler
l uisiturs s!tilisits phis,
es'5 iiius iliisl' 11i lio
1 .44"' 7 lasi 'I 0 12
percent osxvr lite 1 44 i.40i
foir 172
A ontin ing ri, s l' '
ilii m ibl')r t i irainsits n ii
pas!-im trs who "ill'% stop rit
the inivrn ino aii|>po is lto
changice :alrcrat atll Imove on
to tW ii ] derbstia 1 ui's
illOfit d tch 1972 air -wa
ai Ival iot:ti l 1s 1,5'0 007
0 s4 perctnil 'er 1972's
1I 51l 'S.


island have already been l"ehlin
pressure cuts lasting up to 12 t'hours a
day since the begninong of April
In a communication to the Houste
Wednesday Works and Utilities
Minister Simeon L. Bowe said that
that was done in an effort to bring
water reserves to the maximum so
they would be available for use during
the desalination plant's shutdown.
General pressure reduction-
throughout the distribution sstr-n
inevitably lead to complete loss off
supplies for .ai-ne periods for some
consumers on the fringes of the


B\ Artilhul \crett
1 V, s ,Is,' i-otmIne
(o)inllnliIe' Secretl.llA Maurice
11 Stans traded angry charges
It ling with .1 A government
posecLitot)r lI rid:\ ever his
tsst', imonll rx-latx !ii toi titinancic
R' I 's p1 isi t1 r Il I s110 s' i llS.

Re ptiblicl n p si d ntili l
l.ilsh'! ii Oadc'i 'sth tor the lai
AM- si\.s" den.ilndcd \kss
I S AIt\ John \l I .,' aus i-
\mlm Utip .A \iIoSou sweepVtin
a s cos m,-c'.ti atlilion ,+.f Stalls. ;;
. -deilIendanil ith toinls
Atl', (s'en. J'hno N 1 I I. i o


i. ui know it reloited Sii:s1s
!nSli l'tIl
"'Is 't .i a a. t \ ot didl


AIR ARRIVALS UP
\ R \RRI \ \I S; di t, tie itrst three months *ol iius
S Ai ,!l;'ui tt'dl I',' {) i .i5 sh tlgsowing an increase o) t '07 per
'' 0 I. the" .l.J i.ti,\ M larch perniod o1 1)973,, when 2"4..33
'" 'iis i i' s s\ i' 1 ,tii ,t l';!t.
S il \. I.! :.; N x,.i-'u to t the three-montlh period wesir
up O1.h4. pI.[ ''i t. denot ting that so t ar this \car 14 -1.7 '
visi ,lis in-vd i' |I,\ a11t 1 ciipare'd to 148,5228 who flew in
dtMlll th olsp chn. i'enTrl last year
1n I !'ci' t i a ii\als for the first three months this
S h,,i wed an in 10 740 isitsits itasricd b\ air on1pirctd tto 90,136 who
,aji h\ plane d'iinit' itc Januar'-Mairch psiriod of last
I ie' iiosi ecri')otiraginls i',su ilts iln \itstor ait arrivals were in
ihie tainilt oi Oit Istlids where a total ol 40,1 23 visitors
,-iln hi\ pil.Ine in Jniiitt,ir\,. .-lttiiar, and March compared
O (i'1 ,) who itrrived h air during the corresponding
p<1iid of !')73. Ihs Iepiesents alln increase of 10.63 per
\11 ahatnai ai itrtiir'als tor March showed an increase of
230 pe' cent, showing that 1 11,454 visitors flew in
tompiired to 1OS .53 lwho arrived by air in March, 1973.
I lie total air-se.i visitor count for the Bahamas last
inn'it was 150,20'5 ,in increase of 0.10 per cent over
150 1 52 which was the count for March, 1973.


CANADIAN MAIL
IIl1. Posinastei has been
informed by the Canadian Post
Oftfice that. due to a postal
strike in Canada, mail to
Canada should be discontinued
until fuinher notice


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fct'll st ws i ts \s h1 i Ien. ''\i
Ncutse and lhi r clAin man (
Biadioil Cook. in \^~i : W! n

never itid them I wo.i ld about
these m ersations that itook
place between you a .d (''Iok'"

i isin the alluded t" a series
ot subsequent t l'er i confer.
sa'ntions in wh richi St;ans
sationmz in which, Stans


Almost a winne
MRS. EVA McPHERSON letter wrong in each entry)--
Willams came so close to she would have been the
winning The Tribune's proud winner of our fabulous
Crossword this week. $4,550 prize an Orlando
Had two letters been Clipper Cutlass de luxe with a
transposed from two of her 50 h.p. Evinrude or Johnson
entries (she only got one engine and Gator trailer.


distribution system oni hilltops and in
niultt-storey tbuiid -
Tht i island's acute iAortage of water
areiss froin the heaiy demands n1
existing supplies.
Total demand i, estiimatd at habou
eight million gallons a day But
supplies at the be I of limes nexi.
exceed about six million gallons.
The desalination plant is designed to
produce iwo million gallons a day tby
reducing the salinity of sea water i,;
peak production the Government aind
Nsw Providence Developineit


S ';'.l r, wo i lielu 1hf 1 ,1. ,i
siirCss oi inrsh I
combined total tIoi i h, ii l,
SItOR i a.,l
i he sittiiaton i' ,s w e-'i I. t
current well-field tpp 1 il .
three million ;l->is
therefore wiie n ds .. ;
plant remains thut d i t'. n l a nti. i!
inii intendlikce n jot- l=aii! ii!i ti'. =
repairs." o lts st e dii t' n
al ouriuni f wlatr is d 5 I'i p 'itd i';i.i
the island S disr.lstiiimoii NN :'
is less than 40 p'ic'o'i iend
l oir i 'ti i- i2..i
1"" I "' fn.mtitll '.it i t~11 t: 1 -!
y.ear pn re- th e Hi ".i11...1
'A e -; t wid'iv. lti. .;- l i + ;


m i i nai i i i
iper d lt r ,
npswres'sl ithisl its :,h t +.
;appanlI c o!I,


D htr mi o t '> ai ais -ii sl;in +

ered yielding
mihsn Ca it,
b d sed, s i' ai u suipl \. 1 :
pear t siril oi (i' ;;ll ti i !5
percent benet (I. !i i' ;. .
now hiring lh, .li ,= -t.,,.i
(ONS[I <\ \ ii!i\


oWhile it pl ...t
Ministn ili I
to obse!-. --nci ,; i i.


cari r ill p
should i,. .
A Le.tks ;.! ,
Spipel50 t- i ,.., s s
innl Co pa it :i: '






'-lirst io f!
l on er : O,; l
projects '.- 1 i .... .
walt er sup[:ies .ii -
!lno t eX .'=<'= 'e i e, i
S i-s n I 's e! 1 ii -

Bowel s comi'= ir: :.
House
A 500.000-g.,!n>;- pi + 1, !
reverse usmosi- I .. ..
Killairnci .- hr ,.i, 4'. .;
into a lif-.h -* i '.



Ion h;(i 1, {.w : r


pressuis
Two 1 tm ,m al,,
lion s p i d.is .t .iit. ;
plants are ais pin edi.
to gl on-litn m Ai nd O(t
next a''i .)is -.' 1
earls in I ,

Tri hune

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lhe White Heather, a .f5!t
i p. ~h l.it at! s o\er. ix
reportedd s erdue oil a tulp
ir nt Pal'' Bl eac' i FIlorida. ,o)
Vi 's I ad, i rand iiahamia I he
boat left Paim Beach on April
i 5 and was due to meet
anioth-r hoat, the Molly
Brown, in \'West End aboul
\pAi! 17 Both boats were then
Sxpecied to leave West I nd for
arriAl in Nass.Iau on April 21,
rite Molly Brown reported that
the White Heather never
arrived in West End, and the
Molly Brown this morning

r
Bad luck Mrs. Williams ...
but don't give up. You could
win it this week.
Last week's solutions are
found on Page 6 today, with
the new crossword puzzle on
the back page.


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T ihe Ihappe:n .

str:pe, :i
the Hlavshor \la!-' I I!
was last o !!'\t r
, as V r po- i :
lestirdiy it
is on hoard
BASR \ ii .,,. : ,
received .1a scp'i hIt h NSab
Bank. rcp, ired ni-is.rn s i
April I. may have bhen slighwd
on the way to xuilna.
NEWa


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COR ROSETTA ST. & MT. ROYAL AVE.


RECORDER BOOKS


Angry Stans in



trial 'lies' clash


Education experts arrive
dd.


Sloop overdue


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FROGMEN
SEARCH

CRASH
LAKE
I 0\ON P."O '
l .x S t lg a. lt n g. ; : o :
rime \inm u'r llt:- ; \\ .'

land deal M11 !rtei 1"i,
a r hll th la.ike 'A, h '" i -
c .'icr Ronil \ .' ,
irowned in tir i ,'
T h c ) e N c s c .rc h i A. :. r t
rearmst rcgilcr tiid i, h..
onelt' n do Mi th h ,
1 v chuld 'A' O l! It C L-


Israel free to attack now, says Dayan


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\Milheniii's weap ns' I
MilhenJih i, jls- 1 ]_: 'd
f irearinns ac'.t
M rs lI ,. . \hlh 1 ,
w henl ,1 !'e ted :i !-':
husband ,it lthe 'A ;.! el
into a lake I b c lJi'h nh
escLaped anId a c LonetlI '0 LilT
decided his wi ift dt .i 'h It .,i
accident
S9. ,000 !!C : .r ,, ,,
ion his w ife .ts w\t ck )'o' r i
the accidel t ,'
The land deaIN i,tr h;okt '
with a report i II I 'JonI
newspaper lh) at lh. 'd.: 'It .1 h
letter b 'iea.nlll \h'i I ' ri'..' l
tigltatilrL' rf'i.ittri..' .' ', ,p- !,
IVra ldi It nsI tI
1'i L I IC %k ,. i,' i

t nIll sact(t) in t I ; 'it'L i i'


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ihad dei lo' d t. e i. 'l Li,
i',llII 1.ii '; the Cho Lu !;l . hicl bec!' I pr l J L .'' I .
O tt 01t h1 nd \1

Vesco cash
'Acover-up'

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Said ll .enrl .lme,.nts :to be ii"
own behall "\ .a .... ,.
pr pac es I mites d.s1,;, ; ,: *jo
right under the la\ .








NASSUCH ISIAN
ACADEMYLIl i l~ll- ~~
32641 or 1586i I,


I I A.\VIV Is'.uc'l I tei e
M inisle I she DI)a II free to at tack S tia witlthio ti r:iralnt
following tihe l irt do light\ >\ci the
(;olan Heights since Ih O1. be
Middle I .I t \ iar
I a\ an aL i I )itL 0 :L !t itc I t it \tI"i
\esle' rdat.'L\'i i 1 n.ta lh il IL'IiL Kil t tlateL
Secretary\ ol ct I TI r k NsI er
Iad\ tiL "'.i aiUl Clild heL:.' l.ld o
a n cro tl t nnI tablic I Tht''; "h .irrI%
LtI a tro tl dIsttFlg !'p'2 ". it".
r \e \I. l a tiiio rl I L,.'I .'1, l I; L'-

thil ( olan


Stna claimed se'Ien Israeli lets CereL
shot doLi'lwn iI JoItrlights ouer \!t
lIernion and JtiatcuItl gIunl knlockted
outt 10 others Israel said it dttndcd
two Styrian planes and lostl i i o ,it its
own, the first Isiat'li an ItSt'si, ii,-ce the
October w\ar
SyrIaa ottcials said as manl as 5a
Iraeli fighters a.nd tditci btormlh er
were in olvLed in the' .icin onI I'Fil t
but the\ diJ n10t sa\ ho\\ MiAni. S nnII!
planes sawi action (e, r iL, .o1ten i ilt
enclave Israel captured in tile Octlo'e
ixar It wias the sC L co't ld L i l4.ih1l LIda '
S\ lrian ir ai attacks ter tilCe t iCrritoL.


WitnLsses said an Israeli Phantom jet
crashed int L[ebanese territory in the
Bekaa \,Valle I The S% rian military
coL'lLttland later reported one of its
Isracli pilots diedI The other was
reported seriouLslt i intired
'A itlies,,Cs als I reported seeing a
St ian MI( -' rash in Lebanon near
Lnu'vch


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ILi tl lie dl id ni
lii unse'l! iln inll I L1 li'i
hie liild eil\ld n,
ld touis !oI his


tions on Mt. IHernion on the
anese-Syrian border.
lhe peak commands a view in all
tions and the battle for the
nit has raged for more than a
. Israel captured the peak in 1)07
yria holds the northern slopes.
iaan said Israel still liad hopes of
ling a troop disengagement pact
Syria. le said: "'We don't wait Ito
ent the ,,'' 'il'tli of an agie ientill
on the other hand, wC doll't want
Id ip under tire." r A\ I


UK trade

blow
LONDON Britain had its
worst monthly foreign trade
deficit in history last month.
plunging into the red by more
than one billion dollars for
the first time. the
Department of Trade and
Industry announced
The Department said the
deficit amounted to 453
million pounds. ($1,087.2
million).
The previous record was
set in February with a deficit
of 429 million pounds.
S986.7 million.
The deficit came as lno
surprise to the London Stock
Market.
The session wound up in a
mood of cautious optimism
with the Financial Times
Industrial Index edging back
above the 300-point barrier.


,e- ,. 'll aghl pre-itci tl l
0 ! C i tIhI'


i\ i. li -LI 'int- ..E I lk'il li't
I .ulicd In Iouil tl.il het' .,i d
,1t j ci'ntidctnu al inlt i aitl 11)
ilh I BI oI Cents al Wo ndedtI l
Knee \lo Ce rcIi gN.IIcC lhlat hIe
h.d i laticd a long-standing
Xsoutalcd Press poli \ noT [o
h C Itlm pI l't1Ip lt1 Iti a iilta I t
tnr\ or to m lsuse Ilsi
l ''I u K t'ol access to II e'\
s o Iccs l-i beinL g t c'i tll .111
:' npirti l iiires ip ll ilndenl t
"'lie did this when Li'
i, ,Iilicd lha tl he hI,d asked lhic
I il t keep Ils i ten il scci
1)", i'he" '. Cl dd Plc
ii l i 1d it appto\c t I I
: tl.llkl!lon b\ lhc Indians ate
\ tl:,ilc d K ni ce .1 Ills ,il io n s

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I ,ii ntI tha i t tIhe I\a l gII \
IndIns al WounIed Kneet


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A ii.is iad outside t hti
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D( Bl IN Pol cilti Johnl
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Woman -KIDNAP
woman BANKER

sprays STUMBL

Mona Lisa ASHORE
10Ky( \ l1 il| \l \ AI.
Japatnes wo ma spr;i\e l kd k official
pailnt over a lh.io 'I ld ., \\ho police
piotccln I' hI c Molla 1 ',a npre. kidnap
tohd,\ i H tI police -,iid llt c llolo it. Jtld ,l. wad
[ coill h .I \D 1.1 nl.is!'lpii' I.S ilol ilt tIIIi''CtdL. ct \ r:l hlilo rs swi ilili'ii
1 hCe phi s ,ill\ h.ind l ipp.:l d ti !, hie A\tlantic o
'Ji iIci'i I hl .itIt k i a' t' li .It l i t 2 .Ill
appaleill pt lt 'T LI ie .1 l'.it l'0 lOtdtti on a ile c
admission oI l Pit t.!ii t it tolt I ud rdal.
to see the 470- ,-o d ll.iliii1 i, anin ed )ii/
l ie J nlllta-' .h t t.i i i lt it i, l i re tl b
[ OtlL' I Ill t lI'i, I llih It' ild t
t hc litito' I I I i. h Ih t It i /l r. 4.iit II hassil
ll\S StSiIL hII ICti J1 i ,cl i c,itt'llt ot the ('It
display\ t \ i\ oil I Il llndale.
b1,k A k l 0 (5 .F1.
l a*k ( 1cl" to Ti ,,i eilplo t ie hec
S tlan ic in tl Ie.. Ihould \\l
th uc h Lis t uord j
don "i \ <'1 leI tl i1 )di1 1 d
\ bh i kl, Ian ler
p|eoplce it) hc Ite il ,,. ,t ,j i e
tlie I'-I"1 l,,.t i l- \ 1' 1w ,, ,<. said D 1an
Il stcl pie" c" l. F iii ,i` 't'i 111 | p ssCrs-b
*IJlJ c I i cl* t i' a I h s
t itl ,,'i;' .id, clwhich
^ "l -'"t I" 01:' | ,,i ;!Wen picked lh
pi _c .;li)l ol M!,I t -,. K h, ,,. ill) Io j ho ,pitt
\ClC peiil)mtC Hi \. ;). '1 \; ,i;ilMb ilanlce
Ic \kinl 1 11nic c u C l! i, ho lp 1 I)aDllf/icl
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Ihe ItC I i
po..i n- in lhe


,oiiml.iinld said Syrian
aind rst1 lcd Isiaeli
iouthIi rn (ILi ldil sector
til,.'.ii ers t hit S rianl


Police seal off city of



fear after jail break


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Jn- irilo td i .n .id t .t I ,
.eliloit' ha u l yi }H\.c' lo 2 l 1

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LI droili r'L it u l II t I
k iltepoint.
l ii c.i ie o t s ot'! l ,i
'* i wi 1 t"e t t
i :e thai n 1 .40(i p' li,t I'Ln
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t\ii othersI a l l I Ci lilt t it t ,t .
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JAMAI('ANS are g'irog to
ci Iirch Ii Cel rid ot tIunii.
illegal nltidcr a it,\ u lm I
coontri iaclt Bullet', 'NCrt
placed li 1 ci olleclitni plait
diiriingi i rCecllt Sundat
sernvie
Sinci a police all igullln dri .
beanii in earl \larch. i6 1
gun. anld 14.000 rounds of'
aillllIeni 11I lit n h Ii t c be I I
NirtIlenl( rc il 70 I| r celtt o
1liC 'II to c hlu rchei
i AR IS oi esTcril
V% ashinig nll statil wveir rallied
last niightl )\ .ian earhqtluiakc
mneaisuriig 4.9 on the richtiler
sc'alc. according to lithe
Nc\'porI Ob()lsrvailor\

.\ 2 9 -Y A R -0 L 1)
C('lcu land iian has filed .suit
it Co(inmmoni Pleas Court to
prc tn t his tOi iiire li ancti
lri1n 1Livingi ii lltheir uniorii
child lor adoption.
JAZZ DRUMMER ehsswc
Price'. who led hiNs Oi\N hIband
in the 1930s and also played
with I louis \Ar strong Count
Basie anld S.la Kenton, is
dead of cancer. tH was 64.
STRIPPI R Bla/c Starr Nsaxs
in her autobiography she had
a "romantic interlude" witlih
Frank RIo. Philadelphia's.
la\s and order mavor, ahenlii
le was ia police captain.
A 27-YIE\R OLD) motillier
,,hol l ,t nd killed her loiu
elhlld nCll. tried 1o sli1oo1
hvi[e ll ;ald nii ,ed and
Itin lied tlie jolb b\ hanging
hiersell Itroii .1 !re' Frenich
i)olice reported


1TlH (CIVIL Aeronautics
Board approved 10 per ccnt
fai c increase fur air
tialn sporliation i ih e il I liht'
U' iianhiand and lthe Virgin
Islands and Puerto Rico.
SI L I\ST nine persons
lihe been killed o\er the past
Ithrete days in a wavse ot
groinig ulinrest iii the tribal
art' as )I Paakistian's ruiLt ed
northwest I rnlier province
POl1I( I deployed 1,500
persons in Genoa. Italy to
s e a r c 1 f o r I h e
abductors of a district
,attnorlne believed to have
been kidnapped b\ an armed
hand of extreme leftists
BORIS SPASSKY. the
talotlrte to wind up ill a
rematch with world chess
chaiipnui Bobby Fischer, is
ev'en w ith \natol\ Karpov at
I I a.lt'r a dlras in the fourth
galie ht their sciitinal world
challe'igers match in Moscow.
A TOITAL of 16.083
people has' been removed
from the island of Siaun in
not hll Sulawesi following
Ii'creasinI signs of activity
from lhi \X ii Karaitilang
TWENTY-ONE anti-Nixon
protesters, who barricaded
theinseles inside the Statue
of Liberty for 14 hours,
ended their occupation today
after officials obtained a
court order evicting them as
trespassers.
Ri litvP imii AP.


,.uaid's supplied uthmiih achine-
lluns, revolvt'eis. knit veis andt
pI C ,Ces l ot cloth uIseLd b
i Nsoners Ito cliib ihe pli son

I'< lie plaiced baincades at
.i h liii\Lii ,s leadin outi ot I he
I I\ aInd uii.ldeCd Itus and train
1'. ]1o escapes acie commIon
in Brn.i/l O( ceirowding ami
pIti'll c n dilul it ullt.
I Iw e n t I 1 I IlIt e I t Iclia ke
pliionlit s bli kc outlI )l \o iltonI
I) \as MOI lIIl PIson last
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MARKET

MINISTERS

IN TALKS
RNN (Commonn Market
I o 1ie!i M i lslers filet at a
Imald t. ountu i mansion near
Bonn today tIor a weekend
pauseix t l thought" discussion
,! I.'S -1u:tiopean differences
ind other unsolved issues
! cing t he I u ropean
5 I i iu iiii t1y
\Vhal BonIn otltr icials
J c,,c'i t'd as I11 informal and
,.Lixcd "private c country club
ni InnL 7," was cr allied by
outgoing West 't'i t.'erman Foreign
Mimist.e Waller Scheel to keep
aljiC coLonm inily foreign policy
discussion until the next
ministerial council meeting.
Sch'eel holds tlhe rotating
piesI dLe1y t t\lhe ministerial
unt il. l lhc coll uni tyl 's ke\
n'-', i mio asking bod\. until he
I 't,.'ist at Itiortign Minister to
lh', IicW (Ic1ill1iin PresIldent n M a
No ti\ed agenda was set for
tlhe I \\t()-dti sessionI1 at
S\ 111111 I s le. a piclturesqlue
.diltt W hidC d tl liaroa ue-st Ile
il 'i'lln seI t in hlie green
IttoIlr\side 3(0 liles east of
A Schieel spokesman said he
c\pects no concrete decisions
to e.mlerge because of domestic
leadership uncertail,:,es in


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'and( Belgiu mi,


P.A-NAM\A ('IIY IlircL
llen armed with re' lveis
storied intou a doLIwiitonl ih bank
Yesterday, took three inien
hostage and delaldlLed aI planec
to get out of f the "otilflitr
police said.
An airport spokesman said
the bandits freed the hostages
and boarded a plane for Cuba
Buti this could I not ILe
confirmed with the police
No casualties occurred and
no shooting was involved, a
police spokesman said.
About 1:30 p.m. edt three
armed menl barged ilto1 a
branch office of the
government i-owned National
Ba nk. ordered most of lthe
persons at the bank into tlhe
safe and grabbed Imone\lit Irom 1
tellers' booths, the police said.
More than 100 members of
the Panamanian National
guardd armed withsuibmachine-
guns, then encircled lthe bank.

One of the robbers thlien


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Lhr Ulribune
NULLUns ADDICTuS JURARE IN VERBA MAGISTIu
Heing Aound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
I N < N t. I)DtPUCHPublisher/Editor 1903- 1914
',SIR I INN IDUPUCH.O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributing Editor 1972 -
I 11 1 IN iill'UCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor 1972 -
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Slinley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.

I11 I1:1 PONFIS:
Editorial 2-4532, 2-2260
(General Offices (15 Extensions) 2-1986
Advertising 2-1986, 2-2768

Saturday, April 20. 1974


By [TIFNNE DUPUCH
is M i third article I am writing arising out of information
,i, Il,! 1 1I. P' iaylor's biography of Lord Beaverbrook.)
,t< \\1) ( .\NMAN. March 20th Whether he heeded my
S it I don't know but Sir Robert Neville did not attempt
A i: .ii iold have been considered spectacularly reckless
s v.licvei lie attempted in the direction of social reform
pinch the corns of the small reactionary political Old
Sii itip who controlled the Legislature and the social
S.... i rc ,,1 llh islands.
!i. .,in.ated his efforts largely on giving long-overdue
iIn coloured men who held the respect of all sections
) 110,1iUh\ but who, nevertheless, were barred from social
tl,' ns f recognition.
\i ini. ini the late lion. A. F. Adderley was recognized as the
: ,!- uicd nman in the colony.
., i \l Betlline of the Bethune-Cookman College in
I in t Nassau to give an inspiring talk in a school
':: li i-' grounds of Xavier's Cathedral, she arrived on the
.' \ddcile\ whom she described as "our prince".
\. lcitlhne was the female counterpart of Booker T.
.n the .ily pioneering days of education for Negroes
"in I S. Washington himself was born a slave. Mrs.
the dau,'.lhter of a slave. She was a very remarkable
S ...n as a friend, having visited her at her
itc I Ion. f. A. Toote some years earlier.
wa not a ci usadcr but he had a brilliant mind
i .i all titmough and could be depended on to give sound
: his executive and legislative capacities. He had the
t every section of the community. He didn't break
.11, hluots lor his people but he had the mental and human
it iti ed him for the top spot in an emerging group.
\it!O. 'i h lie was a member of the Executive Council he had
!. ' invited to a dinner party at Government House. Sir
i Aied a storm when he invited Mr. Adderley to dinner
S, i some of the island's leading families who, on the
;,. ic vets IItendly with Mr. Adderley, but sitting down
n h li was something else!
C'hiel Justice retired Sir Robert made it known that he
, i: appoint Mr. Adderley to act as Chief Justice when the next
i'in.ial sessions opened. In the meantime a new Chief Justice
ss apiintlitcd and some of the town's reactionaries cabled and
.i imk to hurry up and come to Nassau. He did. But Sir
1:, itsd to instal him in office until after Mr. Adderley
S .- t'i sessions as Acting Chief Justice.
S..!, c.t liti Mi. Adderley's father ... "W .P." ... was the first
i .!l ahanmui to be honoured by his sovereign He was
I .Al \111B (Memnber of the Most Excellent Order of the
i I i.npec). Sii Robert had "A.F." elevated to the rank of a
S .de in the Oldei.


li:c!c can bie ni doubt that Sir Robert would have appointed
l \l.i ,,\ the first Negro President of the Legislative Council
,iuIi would have brought him a knighthood ... had Mr.
\ ,:, *l\ \ iacd.
\'I.i ll hell bike loose among the politicians when Sir Robert
iil. il the Ilon. George Roberts leader of the Government in
: it'ui (later President of the Legislative Council and a
K d .liti d Mri Adderley to represent the Bahamas at the
,i int Queen Hlizabeth II in 1953. George Roberts had
',t l in .t uppoit of Sir Robert's policies from the very start.
,t \.!i''.s approved, but he was not a fighter.
S. cu' ilicthe things Sir Robert did to help raise the status of
'u,. pm'I luc in the islands.
1 t n.Il\. a small but highly influential group of white
AV"s ,i, this kind of thing as a threat to their supremacy.

i!i. tii ialiecd that the door at the Colonial Office had
id ,,l them icit when Mr. Attlee took over and so they had
O1 t ',!h'mi, wa5 to pull Sir Robert down.
\ u,.pl. t! these men were friendly with Lord Beaverbrook.
Ii i.iiutLd .A hbug in Ihis ear. And he sent his top man on the
;,/, / itri to Nassau to do a story on Sir Robert that would
: i I I dololl .
i th i tuiie it wouldn't take much urging to get the Beaver to
i '. t it Sit Robert.
I lie iBever was loyal to the Crown and passionately devoted
he kIutl I iLipire but he had no personal love for the Royal
I ,ti'-.\ t)n iwo, occasions he had been honoured by King George
V int ith a baronetcy and then with a barony but he knew
!,tiiin hotil occasions the King had strongly objected to
.. citiem these hontiours on him and so it was done only under
no, in the Prime Minister.
-,ihnci still was his dislike for the Rt. Hon. Lord
i li.iatt.n, a cousin of George V. Sir Robert was very near to
ki. isa i amily Both the Duke of Edinburgh and Lord
\1 1.1.'itcn aie godfathers for his two children. He had also
iicntber of Mountbatten's famous polo team and a
l.' i ol his personal staff during the second world war.

Inc Sunday I got a phone call from Rene McColl,
1i..ublcsihooter on The Daily Express. He had just arrived from
loindcon and was with Lady Jean Campbell, a grand-daughter of
I io d Beaver brook, at a house the Beaver then owned on Nassau
Siteet, near Bay Street. lie wanted to see me urgently.
When I weit Ito see him he told me he wanted me to help him
dig up material for a story on Sir Robert. I was horrified when he
tl tunile the kind of story he had been sent to do.
I told him and Lady Jean what the situation was like in the
Bihaimas and begged them to help me to persuade the Beaver to
call Mc( oiloff this story.
I must have been convincing because Lady Jean promised to
help. And she did. McColl said he had to do the story but, in
wllting it. he would bear what I had told him in mind.
The Beaver was then vacationing at his house in Montego Bay,
Jamaica. I immediately cabled and wrote to him. And we kept up
co,:miuntication by cable and letter for several months. In the
meantime McColl did the story. The Beaver instructed him to


send it to him direct. And when it was not published I felt there
was some hope.
One day I had a call from the Beaver. He was at his house in
East Hill St. (now the East Hill Club). He wanted me for lunch.
Also for lunch were some of his important Canadian friends.
When I arrived at the house he had a large manilla envelope in
his hand. When he introduced me to his guests he told them that
he was no longer running The Daily Express. That I was now
telling him what to do with his own newspaper.
During cocktails and throughout the lunch he kept displaying
this envelope.
"Do you know what's in this envelope?" he would ask his
guests, holding it up for everyone to see. "It's a damn good story
but my friend Dupuch tells me I can't publish it."
Every time he took a crack at me he would indulge in one of
his characteristic chuckles, way down in his throat.
I was confused when I left him that day. I got the feeling that
he was playing with me like a cat plays with a mouse.
There was one cheerful fact ... the story had not yet been
published and so I felt that there was still some hope.
I would not have been at all optimistic had I known that the
Beaver had refused a similar request made to him on another
matter by Sir Winston Churchill.
I don't know if he meant it as a Christmas gift for me. But he
got word to me on Christmas Eve that he had canned the story.
I went to Government House to tell Sir Robert the good news.
I found him and Lady Neville playing with their two children
with preparations for the Christmas festivities spread all around
them. I got the impression that they were too full of the
Christmas spirit to care a damn about the news I brought them.

And then the Government in Britain changed. Attlee was out.
Churchill was in again. And he declared publicly that the British
people had not returned him to office "to preside over the
dissolution of the British Empire." A brave declaration but. alas.
it was too late.
Old Guard politicians in Nassau must have got busy again
quickly at the Colonial Office level because it was soon
announced that an Undersecretary was coming to Nassau to hear
any representations that the local people might want to make to
the government in Britain.
As a member of the Executive Council A. F. Adderley was
among those at the airport to meet this official when he arrived.
That evening A. F. told me that, when the official arrived Lord
Beaverbrook was at the airport, boarding his private plane for a
flight to Jamaica.
The Colonial Office official saw the Beaver and went up to
him. They walked some distance away from the airport and sat
down on a large stone where they engaged in deep conversation
before the Beaver went to his plane and the official joined the
reception party in the airport.
When the Beaver returned to Nassau from Jamaica he had ume
in for lunch. He told me that the government in Britain had
received so many complaints from politicians in Nassau about Sir
Robert's activities that the official had been sent to investigate
with instructions to sack Sir Robert if necessary but that he
should ask the Beaver's advice before taking any action.
"I told him to go back to London and tell Winston to leave
Neville alone," he said with a deep chuckle. And then. looking at
me gravely, he added: "Etienne, I did this for you."
The official went through the exercise of holding meetings and
hearing complaints. But nothing more was heard about it.
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Some time later Claire Booth Luce, wife of the Editor of Time
magazine, visited Nassau. She had been recently converted to the
Roman Catholic Church and was a crusader for the faith.
There is a standing joke about the time she was received in
private audience by Pope Pius XII. She was so busy instructing
the Pope in the Roman Catholic faith that His Holiness had to
remind her that he was already a Catholic!
One day I had a telephone call from the Beaver. liHe wanted to
see me at once. Claire Booth Luce had called on him and he was
greatly impressed by her. He thought she was a tremendous
woman.
"You should meet her," the Beaver told inme. "She has just left
here for Xavier's church. If you hurry you will find her there.
Introduce yourself. Tell her who you are. She'll be pleased to see
you."
I went to the church. Mrs. Luce was coming out of the
eastern door as I entered the grounds. 1 introduced myself. She
took one look at me and indicated with a toss of her head that I
should speak with her secretary (a woman) who was respectfully
trailing behind her mistress. Then she stalked majestically away
without saying a word.
The Beaver had been wrong. She was not pleased to meet me.

Soon after this Sir Robert's three-year term was running out
and his friends were fighting desperately to have his time
extended.
This would be possible if they could get a petition signed by a
majority of the members of the House. This effort failed because
two black members of the House refused to sign the petition
They said that Sir Robert "had not done anything for them
personally."
The petition failed by one vote. Had those two men signed the
petition Sir Robert's time might have been extended.
Boy, oht boy ... that's something, hey'? It was a hell of a
situation!


The Beaver was in Nassau at the time. I went to see him tor i1 i
help again but this time I had a cold reception. It appears that
Lady Neville and Claire Booth Luce had had a misunderstanding
of some sort. This time the Beaver was on Mrs. Luce's side
"Neville must go," was all the Beaver said to me when I asked
him for his help. And then he talked about something else. The
matter was closed. And the Nevilles left.

But the matter wasn't closed. It was around this time that II.
M. Taylor decided that something must be done to break the
power of the reactionary political group in the colony. And he
formed the P.L.P.!
That was the beginning of sorrows for the Bahamas.
A delegation of influential coloured men came to see mine after
the departure of the Nevilles. They said that they appreciated
what I had been trying to do but it was now clear that the only
way to deal with this situation was to destroy the Old Guard.
I didn't agree because I could not see anything to put in their
place. I still felt that there was hope for reform within the
structure. It was then that I formed the B.D.L. and pressed a
resolution through the Legislature that broke down barriers of
racial discrimination in the colony.
I hoped then that this would put us on the high road to
cooperation among the races. But the Old Guard continued to
regard me as their No. 1 enemy. They made the grave mistake of
looking on the P.L.P. as so much dirt and they said as much in
The Guardian which they then controlled.
They then concentrated all their efforts on destroying the
B.D.L. in which white and coloured men were working together
as equals for the first time in the history of the colony. They
succeeded in this objective in the 1956 election. It was in this
election that the P.LP. got their toe in the political door ... and
the road was then left wide open for them to break through and
gain control of the colony 11 years later.
In the meantime Mr. Taylor found that he had a tiger by the
tail. He succeeded in getting clear away with his own skin but the
tiger continued on the rampage until today the Old Guard find
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Paradise

NEWSPAPER PEOPLE work under
tremendous pressure. They have to get
the facts ... and, depending on
circumstances, check and re-check to
make sure .. write it ... read it ... cut it ...
add to it ... put it into type ... read it
again compose it in pages ... check it
again ... then print it.
All of this is done with the tick-tock of
the clock sounding more like clashing
symbols relentlessly marking the
headlong rush to that inevitable,
immovable, almost godlike thing called
the deadline. As this happens day after
day and hour after hour it is little wonder
that some journalists get old before their
time and some never see chronological
old age.
No wonder too that in spite of the
precautions strange things still happen in
a newspaper office. A type-setter omits a
single letter to produce an embarrassing
obscenity which nobody picks up until
thousands of papers are off the press.
A headline gets stuck over an article to
which it bears no relationship.
A zealous type-setter sticks an "e" in
front ot the word xenophobic since he is
almost certain he knows all the words
which begin with "X" and that is not one
of them.
And a tired proof-reader impatiently
strikes out the word "experiential" and
writes in "experimental."
Sometimes a whole succession of
paragraphs gets dropped and that is
exactly what happened to this column
last week. Fortunately the point was not
entirely lust and it was simply that people
are likely to lose some of their cherished
rights arid protections unless they are on
guard against the first attempts to erode
and diminish them.
Already the PLP Government has
passed laws which give authority to
search without warrant in cases of
suspicion of arms possession and to tap
telephones without warrant.
these are dangerous precedents and
equally worrying are the remarks made
by the Attorney General. Mr. Paul
Adderley, in the Senate when one of the
bills was being debated. In effect. Mr.
Adderley tried to down-grade the
importance of the warrant by referring to
the routine manner in which they are
handled from day to day. Perhaps there
will be another opportunity to discuss
this issue.
It appears that the country's main
industry is going to benefit from a
scrutiny by the legislature and it is about
tune I ourisim is the concern of every


single Bahamian and every Bahamian
should be willing to do what he can to
keep us in the running. Whether he be a
member of the governing party or of the
Opposition makes no difference.
If the Minister of Tourism and the PLP
Government could understand that then
maybe the committee appointed vi.
motion of Mr. Norman Solomon in the
House of Assembly this week can come
up with some very useful suggestions.
Since all the members of the committee
are known to be Bahamians it is not
likely that they will be harassed by
Immigration as was Mr. Oswald Bernard
when he made a helpful suggestion to the
Minister.
There are a thousand and one little
things that we can do at very little
expense to help improve our image as a
leading tourist resort and to stave off
disaster. However, with all these little
things there are some big problems which
need to be solved by a competent
Government if we are to do more than
barely hold our own.
One of the first things a sensible
Government would do would be to
recognize the realities of our present
situation. But then not to leave it at that.
The next step is to change those realities
where they can be changed.

The Minister of Tourism, Mr. Maynard,
and the PLP Government start on the
wrong foot. They will not admit the
realities of a bad situation for which they
are mainly responsible. They prefer to
blame others for pointing to those
realities in an attempt to shift the blame.
Favourite whipping boys of the PLP


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Friday,


Home Cookery

Conch Fritters


are the newspapers and journalists. They
seem to believe that if the newspapers
stopped reporting the sad facts and
commenting on them that they will just
go away. Just the opposite is true, of
course. If the newspapers fail to do their
duty people will not get to know the sad
facts until they become sadder and
perhaps until it becomes too late for
them to do anything about it.
Just take Bahamasair, for instance.
Should we be afraid of being branded as
disloyal by Mr. Maynard and stop saying
that the national flag carrier is a national
disgrace? When in fact that is exactly
what it is?
Should all of us pretend that
Bahamasair is doing a great service to our
tourist industry when we know that it is
not, when we know that in fact
Bahamasair is helping to wreck our
national image?
If we were so stupid as to do such a
thing and so brainless as to believe that
which is not, then we will succeed in
fooling only ourselves. While we boast
about how proud we are of our greatest
little airline in the world, the rest of the
world who come into contact with us will
still recognize our airline for what it is: a
national disgrace.

Also, should the newspapers close their
front pages to reports of armed robberies,
burglaries and petty thievery which in
fact constitute a crime wave? Should we
pretend that these things are not
happening? That massive unemployment
is not leading us deeper and deeper into
this tragedy?
We can get an understanding smile
from the tourist when we say that the
rain is really liquid sunshine. But when he
is lying in bed with his head bashed and
his money gone there is no point telling
him that it is all his imagination. Even if
our newspapers do not print the truth
about that, rest assured it will be printed
in his home-town newspaper and
everyone of his friends wili know. Worse
still, the world will know that we are
deliberately trying to hide things rather
than correct them.

Perhaps the newspapers should not
report that investment money is pouring
into other tourist resort areas while our
omniscient PLP Government knows for
sure that investment is down in the
Bahamas because of something called
world conditions.
Just let us pretend that the PLP
Government still has the confidence of
the investor and let us not say a word
about the money passing right by us,
maybe right through us, on the way to
the Cayman Islands. The Cayman Islands!
What a blow to our Bahamian pride!
Surely we are more beautiful than the
Caymans. Better communications (for the
time being anyway). Better potential.
Then why should these people fly right
over us to go to the Caymans to invest
something like $70,000,000 in
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The Tribune - Saturday, April 20, 1974


There'


SYNOD SESSION
I 111l 75th annual session of
lU S' n'od of the Diocese of
Siii and the Bahamas will
'. h.ld l April 23-26 at Holy
( s 'ai sIth C(hurch. One
ii dl l udd t twenty-eight
?i, al a.id I ,ids delegates will
in Nassaut for the
I x session will officially
1n. M'da evening it (Christ
S. .' h (',!h dral Sessions will
;' the public.
ENGAGEMENT
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U.S. BAND CREATES HISTORY
THE PAGE HIGH SCHOOL BAND of Greensborough, North Carolina travelled a long
way to the Bahamas this week to fill in a fragment of local history ... being the first
foreign band to publicly play the Bahamian national anthem on Bahamian soil. At least
that's certainly how it turned out to be. The 49-member band, headed by conductors Mr.
Odel Shoffner and Mr. Forest Mundane, arrived in Nassau last Friday and have since
played at concerts in the Royal Victoria gardens and at the British Colonial Hotel. The
band is a stage and concert band. They are scheduled to leave Nassau on Sunday. Photo:
Phillip Symonette.


Young Elks to host

N.American conference


I ll BAHAMAS branch o
the National 'IYouth Activities"
Department of I Iks will he
hosts nex\t wec k-end April
20 through 28 t(o )cer one
hundred Isiting dclegatL's fitHri
the IS ( nii.id.i nd tihe
lFamil Islands during its
The ctonler Ience. which
precedes tfis year's gcneial
convention held in New York


this August, is the first ever
held outside the United States.
The conference will be
othicially opened on Saturday,
April 27, at 10 a.m. when the
body will be addressed by
Minister of Labhur and
National Insurance, ( litfford
Darling.
Delegates atte ding the
conference will participate in a
parade on Saturday afternoon
which leaves Malcolm Park on
I ast Ba. Street tor the I ureka
Flks Home, Blue Bill Road.
They will also attend a
special reception at the Fureka
lodge hall on Friday at ) p.m.
and a banquet at the Curfew
l-lks Home, Hospital Lane, 9
p.m. the following evening.
Business sessions will be held
throughout the three-day
conference which ends onil
Sunday\ Delegates to the
conference will meet at the
Curfew lFlks Home for a special
breakfast at 8 a.m. Sunday
following which, they will
attend special religious services
at the Bethel Baptist Church,
Meeting Street. Rev. Dr. H.W.
Brown will be giving the
sermon.


II PanAm

BII morBa Beach Hotel

Inwvitev ou to Iomsthing Iptodal Today


INTERNATIONAL
GARDEN CLUB
WINNERS
THF International Garden
Club held a Flower Show on
April 5 at St. Andrews School.
Mrs. Geoffrey Brown.
president of the club welcomed
guests and on behalf of the
club extended sympathy to Sir
Milo and Lady Butler in their
bereavement.
Mrs. Brown thanked Mrs.
Owen Jones and Mr Oris
Russell for standing in for their
Excellencies She also thanked
Mrs. Fugene Dupuch, Flower
Show Chairman and all hter
committees and all the
members of the club for their
cooperation and help.
Mrs. Eugene Dupuch
thanked the directors ol St
Andrew's School for the use ot
the auditorium and expressed
her thanks to the various
committee members for their
work and help. She said she
especially wanted to say
"thank you" to all Garden
Club husbands who had put tiup
with tantrums, snippy answers
and bad tempered wives over
the past week or so.
Mr. Oris Russell, honorary
member of the club, on
opening the show said he had
enjoyed the 14 years he had
been associated with the club.
About ten years ago he had
urged members to work
towards improving their
horticultural division and he
felt this year they had
succeeded.
Mrs. Owen Jones presented
prizes to the following
Mrs. G(eoffre, Raine won the Iri
Colour Ribbon
Mrs. Peter Graham swon the
Award of Distiiinctiiin
Mrs. 1ugene I'strom swon the
NAI Award.
Mrs. Peter ..rahatn won the
Creativity Award
Most number of points in
Artistic Division: I Mrs. Geoffres
Brown 2 Mrs. Peter Graham 3
Mrs. l-ugene )Dupuch. Mrs. William
Claridge and Mrs. Noel Roberts.
Mrs. William Claridge won the
Award for Horticultural I excellent .
Most number of points in
Horticultural Division: 1 Mrs.
Geoffrey Brown 2 Mrs. Geoffrey
Raine 3 Mrs. Fugene I)upuch.
Winners in the Artistic Division:
Class I 1 Mrs. Geoffrey
Lightbourn 2 Mrs. Roger
Hendrickson 3 Mrs. Peter
Graham.
Class II 1 Mrs. Peter (;raham
2 Mrs. Raph Seligman 3 Mrs. J.
Andresw McKinney 4 Mrs. Martin
Cheses.
Class Ill I Mrs. Peter
Graham 2 Mrs. Geoffrey Bro'wn 3
Mrs. G. V. I. Higgs.
Class IV I Mrs. Geoffres
Raine 2 Mrs. Geoffre\ Brown 3
Mrs. Noel Roberts Honorabhle
Mention Mrs. Geoffr-s
Ligh tbourn.
Class V I Mrs. Geoffre,
Brown 2 Mrs. Ronald Spiers
Honorable Mention Mrs. I rank
Goddard Honorable Mention
Mrs. G(;. V. I Higgs.
('lass VI I Mrs. I Dawson
Roberts 2 Mrs. 1). Artie Nottage.
C('lass VII I Mrs. I ugene
Pvfrom 2 Mrs. Ronald Strange 3
Mrs. Geoffrey Brown Honorable
Mention Mrs. Williamin
Holowsesko.
Class VIII I Mrs. Fugene
DIuputh Honorable Mention Mrs.
Nigel Gallop.
Class IX 1 Mrs. Geoffres
Brown 2 Mrs. William Claridge 3 -
Mrs. Peter Grahamn.
('lass X I Mrs. Curzon
I)obell 2 Mrs. Geoffrey Brown 3
Mrs. Roger Jones Honorable
Mentioni- Mrs. Kenneth Westbury.
Class XI 1 Mrs. William
Bardelmeier 2 Mrs. Ronald
Strange.
C('lass XII I Mrs. Peter
Graham 2 Mrs. Geoffrey Brown 3
Mrs. Frank Flanagan Honorable
Mention Mrs. Malcolm Hale.
Class XIII I Mrs. Geoffrey
Brown 2 Mrs. Peter Graham 3 -
Mrs. William Claridge.
C('lass XIV I Mrs. Geoffrey
Brown 2 Mrs. Peter Graham 3 -
Mrs. Curzon I)obell Honorable
Mention Mrs. William
Holhwesko.
Class XV I Mrs. Noel
Roberts 2 Mrs William Claridge 3
Mrs. I. Andrew McKin' ey
Honorable Mention Mrs. Kenne:h
Thorn pson.
Class XVI I Mrs. Sigmunt
t'ritchard 2 Mrs. Geoffrey Brown
Honorable Mention Mrs. William
Holowesko.
Class XVI | Mrs. Fugene
t)upuch 2 Mrs. Geoffrey Brown 3
- Mrs. Noel Roberts.


THE BAHAMAS Key Clubl
Sunny 17 won nine of the 21
awards and banners given at
the international convention of
Key Clubs held in Toronto.
Canada from April 5-7.
Past Lt. Governor Lorenzo
Johnson of Government High
Key C(lub won the Most
Outstanding Governor's Award
for good reporting of his
district's activities which
include the five Key clubs s in
Nassau and Freeport.
Prescott Delaney of
Government HItgh Ke C('lub
was elected Lieiitenant
Governor for tihe year I "4 -75
Barry Strachan ol St John's
College won the highlight of
the oratorical contest and will
represent I astern Canada and
Caribbean Key Clubs at the
Kiwanis convention tne\t \Seat
in Texas


convention and they gave the
B ahamian Key Clubbers
assistance in sightseeing and
shopping.
David Johnson, Bahamas
Ministry of Tourism re-
presentative in Toronto, also
attended the sessions.
Key Club is an organization
that helps in developing high
schoolers to have leadership
ability, and to be responsible
citizens in our society.
Sunny 17 feels that the
parents of Key ('lubbers should
be very proud and that they
should be commended for
allowing the (lubbers to attend
an educational and informative
convention.


Key Clubbers win


9 out of 21 awards


Tired feet, aching limbs?


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A D Nassau Christian and Missionary
| ALLIANCE CHURCH
Temporarily Meeting At Y.W.C.A. Building
S Dolphin Drive at John F. Kennedy Drive.
Rev. Weldon B. Blackford, Minister
c\ORSHIP HOUR 11 A.M. GOSPEL HOUR 7 P.M.
NEHEMIAH'S "GOD'S
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BUILDING iJU LT ol M-lIt
PROGRAMME" NEW SERMON SERIES
MID-WEEK SERVICE, WEDNESDAY, AT 7:30 P.M.


IECIAI GOSPEL lii
MEETINGS CONTINUE ATJHE

BAHAMAS GOSPEL MISSION CHAPEL
MONTROSE AVENUE, SHIRLEY HEIGHTS.
FROM SUNDAY, APRIL 21st.
to FRIDAY, APRIL 26th AT 8P.M.
SPECIAL SPEAKERS NIGHTLY WITH THE SOUL
SEEKERS UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF
MR. BOBBIE COLEBROOKE AND OTHERS.
COME BRING RELATIVES AND FRIENDS!

A BAPTISMAL SERVICE
WILL BE HELD AT THE MONTAGU BEACH
SUNK, APRIL 28th 6A.M.


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The Tribune .. - Saturday, April 20, 1974
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A TWO-MAN show "Dem
Two" is to be presented by
Guyanese writers and actors
Ken Corsbie and Marc
Matthews at the Teachers'
College on May 3 through 5
a at 8:30 p.m.


IN THE SUPREME COURT No. 49
OF THE BAHAMAS 1972
Equity side

IN THE MATTER of the Petition of
Rodney Darling

AND
IN THE MATTER of the Quieting Titles
Act 1959

AND

IN THE MATTER of all that piece
parcel or lot of land Containing 3.774
Acres being a Portion of Malcolm
Allotments and Situate in the Southern
District, New Providence and bounded
on the East by a Subdivision known as
Nassau Village on the South by a
Subdivision Known as Nassau Village on
the West by Allotment number 33 and
other portion of Malcolm Allotment and
on the North by Two Public Roads
Reservation and a Subdivision known as
Kennedy Subdivision.

NOTICE

The Pettition of RODNEY DARLING of the
Southern District of the Island of New Providence
in respect of:-
ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land being a
portion of Malcolm Allotments and containing
3.774 Acres and bounded on the East by a
Subdivision known as Nassau Village Subdivision
and running thereon 159.95 feet on the North
by a Subdivision called and known as Kennedy
Subdivision and Two Public Road Reservations
and running thereon 1436.72 Feet on the South
by other portion of The Subdivision called and
known as Nassau Village Subdivision and
running thereon 1370.36 feet and on the West
by Allotment number 33 of the Malcolm
Allotments and other portion of Malcolm
Allotments and running thereon 83.80 feet in
the Southern District of the Island of New
Providence.
RODNEY DARLING the Petitioner in this Matter
claims to be the owner of the unincumbered fee
Simple Estate in possession of the said parcel of
land and has made application to the Supreme
Court of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas
Under Section 3 of the Quieting Titles Act 1959 to
have his Title to the said tract of land investigated
and the nature and extent thereof determined and
declared in a Certificate of Title to be granted by
the Supreme Court of the Commonwealth of the
Bahamas in accordance with the Provisions of the
Act.
COPIES of. the said plan may be inspected during
normal office hours at the following places.
A. The Registry of the Supreme Court of the
Bahamas in the City of Nassau in the Island of
New Providence.
B. The Chambers of the undersigned.
Notice 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 15th day of May A. D. 1974 file in the
Supreme Court in the City of Nassau in the Island
of New Providence and serve on the Petitioner or
his Attorneys 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 15th day
of May A.D. 1974 will operate as a bar to such
claim.

: BETHELL GOTTLIEB & ZERVOUS
Attorneys for the Petitioner
The Bernard Sunley Building
; Situate Bay Street
, Nassau Bahamas.



,^.^ REEXrt


Traffic

graduates
CLASSES at two Nassau
schools have graduated from
the Road Traffic
Department's driver
education programme
courses.
Some 30 students of the
C. C. sweeting High School
are shown in the photo at
top after completing the
course.
In the foreground are Mr.
Alan Forbes, Instructor; Mr.
Arthur Maycock, Senior
Instructor and Mr. Ted
Quant, Instructor.
The bottom picture
shows some 60 students of
Aquinas who completed the
course, which has been
conducted in 13 high
schools in New Providence
since October of 1970.
More than 1,000 students
17-year-old and over have
successfully completed the
ten week course.
The course has been
instrumental in reducing
accidents involving young
drivers.
Classes in the Driver
Education Programme will
be conducted at the
Bahamas Academy, R. M.
Bailey High School and St.
Augustine's College
beginning 22 April.
The four cars used in the
programme have been
loaned to the Road Traffic
Department by Hertz, Avis,
and National Rental Car
Agencies and Central Garage
Ltd.

HOWITT FUNERAL
GRAVESIDE funeral
services were conducted by the
Rev. Peter Swinglehurst at
Ebenezer Cemetery 5 p.m.
Friday for Mrs. Anna S.
Howitt, 92, widow of the late
Rev. T. H. Howitt, who died
Thursday at her Victoria
Avenue and Shirley Street
home.
The Rev. T. H. Howitt was a
Methodist minister in the
Bahamas for many years.
Mrs. Howitt is survived by
her sister, Miss Hilda Pritchard,
two nephews and three nieces.

CALL TO WOMEN
BRIDGETOWN A
Barbadian Cabinet Minister,
says women in the Caribbean
need to become more involved
in politics.
Speaking at the second
biennial conference of the
Caribbean Women's Associa-
tion, Trade and Industry
Minister Branford Taitt said he
always had been amazed that
the involvement of the
Caribbean women in Caribbean
politics "does not reflect their
importance either in terms of
their numbers or in terms of
the motherhood of future
Caribbean generations." (AP)


"Dem Two" exultation and humility.


l~he ribun.. aturdy, Apil 20 197
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The show, which portrays
"The Caribbean Experience"
on stage, is being sponsored
by the Bahama Drama Circle.
Special performances will be
staged for school children at
times to be announced later.
Carol Taylor of Barbados
has said of Ken Corsbie and
Marc Matthews that "they
deserve Caribbean honours
for their portrayals of West
Indians, in West Indian
settings (drawn with words
and movements) and in the
various West Indian dialects."
"Their ability to sustain
action and transport
themselves and audience to
different parts' of the
Caribbean at will and within
minutes of beginning a new
recital is almost
unbelievable."
In this show which
includes excerpts from the
works of Martin Carter
(Guyana), Robin Dobru
(Surinam), Michael Gilkes
(Guyana), Derek Walcott (St.
Lucia), Louise Bennet
(Jamaica), Edward
Brathwaite (Barbados) and
others including poems by
Bahamian writers.
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Phone 5-2018


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NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MABLE EDITH WILLIAMS
of Yellow Elder Gardens, Nassau, Bahamas is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 13th day of
April 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MERLE MARION TRONU of
Murphyville, Nassau, is applying to the Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any
reason why registration should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 20th day of April 1974 to
The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.








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By Abigail Van Buren
O 1974e Or Cicae TrrIne-N. Y. News SY4., i.e.
DEAR ABBY: I have a problem which I have discussed
with my married daughter, and she said I should write to
you.
After many years of marriage, my husband has been
seeing another woman. She's a young school teacher he
met at church. [Her father is a minister.] The worst part of
it is. I know he really does love her, but I'm afraid of what
people would think if I let him go to her.
I admit that our marital relations have never been enjoy-
able for me, but I have done my duty and given him three


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KIN)AI. NO'ITAG; & CO.
Atlorile s lor (lie Petitioner
( luh bers
King's Court
250 Bay Street
Nassau, Baham;is.


Don't call 'the other woman'-get help


children who are grown and married now.
I work full time, which my husband never liked, but it
has provided us with lots of extras we wouldn't have been
able to get as soon as we did.
Should I call this young woman and tell her I know the
truth and she'd better stop seeing my husband or else?
Should I call her father and tell him about it? Or should I
keep quiet and hope they get tired of each other before too
many people know about it? TROUBLED
DEAR TROUBLED: Don't call the young woman. And
don't call her father. You and your husband should get
some counseling and level with each other.
If you don't let him go to her [knowing that he really
loves her] because you are afraid of what people would
think, that's a poor reason. Add that to your feeling that
you've done your "duty" and given him three children, and
the picture becomes even more clear. You seem to be a
reasonable woman. Counseling is the only answer.

DEAR ABBY: My husband and I have been arguing over
a question that we would like you to settle for us.
I say it is bad manners to yawn in company, but if you
can't help yourself, you should do it with your mouth
closed.
My husband says he only yawns when he can't hold it
back, and he can't yawn with his mouth closed.
Please give us your opinion. Thanks. MRS. B.


DEAR MRS. B.: Yawning with one's mouth eosed Isnt
easy. However it can be done, but a squelched yawn offers
very little satisfaction.
The Ideal solution would be to go ahead and yawn, but
over your mouth with yw hand. And apolsghe for t
afterwards.

DEAR ABBY: In trying to decide what to gv my son
and his bride for a wedding gift, I have come to the
conclusion that the best gift I could give them would be the
treatment at a "stop smoking" clinic.
The treatment costs $350 per person, so I feel that it
would be a generous gift, considering my relatively low
income. My son has been warned by his doctor that he
should stop smoking, and he has indicated that he would
like to. However, there wouldn't be much point in giving
him the treatment unless his bride takes it, too.
Under the circumstances, would it be proper for me t9
offer such a gift or would I be considered meddlesome?
CONCERNED MOTHER
DEAR CONCERNED: I don't agree that there wouldn't
be much point in giving your son the treatment unless his
bride agreed to take it, too. However, unless you know for
certain that they both want the treatment and would wel-
come it as a wedding gift from you, It might not be ap-
preciated.


CROSSWORD SOLUTION


FXPI NATIONS OF MORE
DIFFIC(tI I CLUES
CLUES ACROSS:
1 LUN C I NG not
imun ch ing When
someone is LUNC'HING,
there is food at hand, the
sight of which "would
-i ma k e ravenous per-
son's mouth water,'"
surely. Although the sight
of someone munching
would interest "a
ravenous person," the
"'person" may just be
c.h e wing gium, thus
without any food to see.
"'mouth watering" is
hardly apt
7 BRANDS not brandy,
"C'heap" and. presumably,
inferior BRANDS of
goods "won't be bought
hb the rich." But "cheap
brandy" will "be bought
by" even "the rich" for
cooking.

.S PRIZI not price. The
implication that one
would wish "to conceal
one's disappointment"
points to PRIZE, since no
such social nicety of
behavior attaches to a
commercial transaction
affecting a price.
Fl FILE not pile. "a neat
orderly FIL-E" is favoured
(e g a filing cabinet with
all folders and drawers
clearly i identified I "A.
neat pile," however, is too
vague for this positive
clue, as it may be nothing
more than "a neat pile" of
unfinished work which
"his stenographer."
possibly through her
inefficiency, is unable to
cope wih.
10 FIT not fat. The clue
it res se s 'middle-aged
ien" (i e., fathers of boys
especially in their late
teens) when physical
FITness is meaningful
Young fathers' sons would
he too young to reply
rational, to a question
about FITness, though
!hle\ would answer one
a b o u t a t ne s .
I furthermore, the
"exerciser" favors FITness
dieting best overcomes
fatness.
19. GOUT not lout or tout
The lout and tout one can
get away from if


aggravating, but the fact
that this is "continually
aggravating" points to
GOUT which has to be
endured and "tends to"
put "a testy person into
an even minore irritable
mood." Pout is remote
21. VEAL not veil VF-Al,
yes, or veiling, sold by the
yard. but a made-up veil is
nothing that can be
.%..itl compared within
another of "today."
making "the price"
difference far from
obvious, if at all.
23. LANES not lines.
"Mistaking" the LANES
makes a straightforward
answer, It would be rather
a case of not seeing than
"mistaking" the lines "in
fog."
CLUES DOWN:
2. UPRAISED not unraised.
The person calling for a
show of "hands" is likely
to argue his case very
strongly and the
'weak-kneed" (easily
swayed) are likely to vote
in favor with "L I'R \1,1 1)
hands" rather than refrain
with unraisedd hands,"
which would mean
defying the protagonist.
3. CONTE NT:ED) not
consented That "Hie's
C'O\ L I I1) is better.
Whether he has managed
to dissuade an unsuitable
"would-be son-in-law"
from continuing to court
his daughter or consented
to a suitable one's
marrying her. one
wouldn't know.
5. WRITER Not waiter. A
"waiter's work" is largely
automatic. so that even
with a worried mind he
can "work" adequately.
But a WRITER must be
able to think clearly to
"work" well, which he
can't do if "beset by


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that INEZ ESTERLENE
WATKINS of Fifth Street, Coconut Grove, Nassau,
Bahamas is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason
why registration should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 20th day of April 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.



NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that EVERN MARIA COLLINS of
Ridgeland Park, Nassau N. P. Bahamas is applying to the
Ministry responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 13th day of
April 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs P. 0. Box N3002,
Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MOLLY MIGNONETTE
MILLS of Windsor Estates Bernard Road, Nassau is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 20th day of April 1974 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, Ministry of
Home Affairs. P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.


problems."
6. DREAMY not dreary. "If
in a DREAMY mood,"
with mind not on the job,
is more generally apt. "If
in a dreary mood" (e.g.
after the loss of a loved
one) she is more likely to
apply herself to her work
to forget her depression
and "make" fewer
"mistakes than usual."
10. FARE not fire. FARE
particularly, since a good,
hot meal would heat one
up even if there didn't
happen to be a fire, but a
fire would do nothing for
"hunger."
1 1. TOMB not tome. "!n a
horror movie" it "is the
sort of scene" favors the
setting provided by "a
dust-covered TOMB"
rather than what needs to
be read in a tome (defined
as: "a book, usually a
large, heavy one")

14. WOMAN not Roman. In a
film, where there's one
"old Roman," there will
be others of the same era,
so that the clue needs
something added to
distinguish him from the
rest of the cast, such as
"an old Roman" Soldier,
senator, etc. "An Old
WOMAN" stands alone is
a clear-cut answer.
18. DOVE not dive.


"Inaccuracies in" a DOVE
is more apt (e.g., incorrect
proportions, errors of
detail, etc.) The dive
depicted by the "artist" is
not necessarily an
example of how a dive
should be performed it
could be "an" accurate
"study of" a bad dive.
20. ALL not ill. Since he is "a
quack," he'll proclaim not
only that it cures the ill,
but prevents healthy
"people" from becoming
so, too (i.e., that it
"benefits all people.").



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Miami
Sailed today: Tropic Flyer
for West Palm Beach.
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High 6:46 a.m. and 7:05


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SUN
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Sets 6:35 p.m.


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MOON
Rises 4:53 a.m.
Sets 6:05 p.m.


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-B~AIR NOW TH THURSDAY


i NOW THRU THURSDAY
*Matinee 2:30 & 4:50, Evening 8:30-'Phone 2-1004, 2-1005I

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i Now thru Tuesday Now thru Tuesday

Evening 8:30 Sunday Continuous
"THE DON IS DEAD" R. From 4:15
" 1 Anthony Quinn
Robert Forster "THE
PLUS GREATEST STORY
EVER TOLD" G.
E "SLITHER" PG. EVER TOLD" G
N,, One Under 18 Admitted Charlton Heston

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SHIRLEY

STREET
NOW SHOWING( thru
Thursday. "Magnum Force,"
matinees at 2:30 and 4:50,
evening 8:30. No one under 18
will be admitted.
Starts Friday, "Five On The
Black Hand Side,," niltinees at
3:00 and 5:00, evening 8:30.
Parental discretion is advised.
A I a il \ cr Ie dy
reminiscent o I tle pre lous
movies ol yeslte \cca. "1ivC On(i
The Black Iland Side" is a
screen vetsioln I l a hit
off-Broad wa' pl.is
Actors Biiick Pelcti and
Michael I lulan mIkce their
debuts as pioducers in the
movie which also use.s I li
(n Iginal stars i ol ith pl]a
Slarice I I\ lI liM ltn 1 c inard
Jacksoin.
(Othci polisthicId piclt)rmcrs
suc1111h 1as Vilt in. a ( ,ap' is nd
I)'l'i\villC M rIItIn. IL (,u ltH iC\
Ca I hmbridgd h Is, i make.
appear.an .cs in "''I i\t n I hli
MBlalk l.ind Side "
I lirci ,al I \ )n siiill lis,
delivered with much /cs l b\
I hl ka .k\linu r,\ls and disk,
incket 'iiankite ( 'ki is .
smoot h til kinie' 11iit litc
operator
Ihe 're is I ritli lln i L. ilit in
the movit h lir i 'i .11 ik thei
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whicn r(millc B lniilld is .ittul
to \e cd ( irl likail I i.inklin
who torn part (i ithc t\iI
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tilt' sllllIt' 11I11C t I [ I illl. It ,1Al
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Jai ksun ilulli II s hol lic .i ,
pa t r ia h th1 t uIi t lhu
atmosphcrc at htis ibh.iih : t liop
is tasi and Wtun1 \ lilol is
given .1 heaiut\ i L'- t iiC'nl hl
Ja'net )Dutdb s ,ial tl suippt) l
fro m li i ni t nlil 'ii ii it I tir
Virginia ( ipeis .is sle
presents l i I\l tillt .l list oI
demands.
When hi' iclusCs it uI' npl'
with theli, .L\ l,! i lts \i I]\
fatigtlic,,s ndu likc ,s i' th li ),t
w ith lilliitailt (;l\ nn l iiiL i tl.
1)'T rn lle Martin p at iilg ,all
older son, sides with Jack,,)in.
clashing with Turmnan o\r a11
affair with a white girl. I lh
.next day, the tlalllll
participates in tilte AtII aI
wedding cerlcnonll of tBtiit ilil
and Franklin but b\ n a..ill

A 3'


James Caan tries to take a gun
awaiy from Sally Kellerman in
MGM s suspense thriller.
'Slither." as Louise Lasser
Watcles


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and pl s hin I idit "'All
lThe Way Bos" Iphls 'IThe Man
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A.mcrmin and British interests
lto keep the defector from
n.itline intl the hands of the
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pl ,to- C ilnJl sailor turned
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is dthimLied It)illm the service
for .mn intilictionl Betore he can
t'u il' iupon l future he is
,\%Spti mtut a iweh of deadly
plits ,hat have tragic endings
41' lit01t and threaten his own
i iie on 11 X ,11 simi't
liHe ali bcomenics involved
with beautiful cleidelinde Weis,

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highlight o l the picture
()the is n the exciting
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Ronnc Baiker (;ai
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CALVERY BIBLE
DEDICATION
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SAVOY
SATURDAY night 8:30
p.m. thru Tuesday. "The Don
Is Dead plus "Slither."
Sunday thru Tuesday matinee
continuous from i:30 evening
8:30. No one under I k will be
admitted. Plus late feature
Tuesday night.
James Caan. Peter Boyle,
Sally Kellerman and Louise
Lasser head the starring cast in
"Slither." a fast-paced,
suspense comedy thriller trom
Metro-Goldwvn Mayer
The movie tells the unusual
story of a bizarre hunt for
stolen money using as
background the life style oft
millions ot Americans who
travel and live in trailers, motor
homes and campers.



In "Slither James (aan
acclaimed tor his performance
in "The Godfather plays an
ex-con whose hunt for stolen
money leads himn through
trailer camps tilled with
recreation vehicles of all sorts
up and down the 'alifornia
coast.

Joining with him in his
/frantic search are Peter Boyle
who first came to screen
prominence in "Joe" and Sally
Kellerman, the famous Hot
Lips Houlihan of "M.A.S.HI."
Wednesday thru Friday, The
Love Machine," plus The
Executioner," Matinee
continuous from 1:30. evening
8:30. No one under 18 will be
admitted plus late feature.
Friday night.


a good sign


tonight
take your cocktails casually
in our elegant dining room or on our
palm thronged patio. And take
your food seriously, with the best
cooks on the island Then dance a
little, it you will. The Lotthouse
you're not likely to forget the name.
George Street Reservations
22167 8

today
take your cocktails and
lunch in our pub dining room or
palm thronged patio




'l mena g

Peas and Rice
and
Grouper Fingers
+
Native Cracked
Conch
Bahamian Sea
Food Platter


PLUS AT 10:30 ONLY
"CHINESE CONNECTION '

jvanir < inia is i \in a m


hi'm in .1 dedication service on
Suniidai. \Apri l1 .it 3 30 p.m.
An extnlsion to the property
will he namined "Ithe I arle
\VW'-ech \uiditotiiln Pastor
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CLASSIFIED


SECTION


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


REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE FOR RENT MARINE SUPPLIES SCHOOLS HIIELP WANTED HELP W T HELP WANTED


C14193
1. Apartment site Twynam
Avenue 80 x 150. Has two
buildings now rented.
$18,000.
2. Two commercial lots
Carmichael Road each 106 x
160 both for $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, fully
furnished, fireplace etc Only
$55,000.
7. Grove, West Bay Street 5
bedrooms 3 baths, fully
furnished, large lot. $110,000.
8 Houses in Nassau East from
$37,000 to $47.000.
CHESTER THOMPSON REAL
ESTATE 24777. F evenings
31425.
C14201
9 Single Lots off Car michael
Road ranging from $4,500 arid
$3,500 Contact Sidney
McCartne. 3 237.7 days,
4-2614 nights.
C14202
BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom
house 1'.- baths, n Fox Hill
Subdivision Contact Sidney
McCartney 3 2377 days,
4-2614 nicgh-,

C14214
TWO LOTS ON "CANAL AT
SEABREEZE with two
uncompleted houses, one up to
belt askinq o Iv $25 000.00.
GROVE, OUT WEST
Semi hilltop i;,1I w ith
uncompleted 2 -tore-, house in
course o' construction.
Anyone .vitn 1deas building
a love home. thi. is t. Only
$40,000.00
GOLDEN GATES 3
bedroor.-- 2 bath house.
Snu shed Ask i n g
$35,000.00.
BUEN RETRO 3 bedrooms
2 baths 'urn shed 70 by 173.
Wiii-'., wIaking distance to
Town. Only $37,000.00.
i.i->'. '- -TIRO 3 bedrooms
2 bath, plus ONE spacious
garage apt furnished income
both places $500 per month or
$6,000 00 yean Beat inflation
become secure. Only


C14115
LOT 50 x 100 Ann's Town
off Kemp Road, south of
Square Deal Bar.
2 homes 1 bedroom 1/2 bath
and 2 bedroom 1 bath on lot -
$20,000.00. Tel. 3-1849 -
5-1430.
C 14246
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.
1 acre Malcolm Ailr.tri just
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.

C 14247
13,000 sq. ft. lot Nassau East
North. Biggest in subdivision
$11,000.00. Already cleared
off. Call 5-5634.
C14267
EXECUTIVE home Westward
Villas, 2 blocks from sea with
beach rights. Large corner lot
walled garden, fruit trees, four
principal bedrooms, two baths,
guest bedroom and bath, large
living'dining with fireplace,
large kitchen'bar, breakfast
room, laundry room, servants
toilet, family room with
adjoining office, screened
Bahama room, swimming pool,
patios, king size barbeque.
Central air ceiling fans. Board
of Works permit to build guest
cottage on grounds, two
rainwater tanks, two wells,
sprinkler system for garden.
Asking $160,000 unfurnished,
wiii consider terms. FOR
APPOINTMENT CALL
0.".'jE R 7-7666.

FOR RENT
C 14024
COTTAGES and apartments
monthly airconditioned,
,fully furnished, maid service
available. Lovely garden and
swimming pool. Telephone
31297, 31093
C14130
Two, Furnished and
Air-Conditioned, 1-bedroom.
apartments. Centreville. Ring
5-8679. ask for Mr Pritchard
C 14013
2 BEDROOM duplex
a part met Sans Souci.
Telephone 5-2398.

C14227
3 bedroom unfurnished house,
Davis Street, Oakes Field 2nd
house on right opposite Motor
Centre Phone 34015 or
24433.
C 14234
TWO-BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment. Ansel Building.
d Street. Oakes Field.
Ti-ephone 3-4999 evenings.

C14238
MODE RN attractive three
bedroomr two bathroom
',ut n rished house with
-vim'nin g pool. available for
:png term lease. Situate on
-ozfable landscaped grounds in
the Grove just off West Bay
Street. Tel 5 9403
14242
$200 monthly Picturesque 2
lev':l stone house amid country
- st.te, overlooks western
s.,burbs, completely furnished,
u pet, available immediately,
qui-,k accPess beaches, airport.
*,ppi-g Phone 5-7224
S, ee Harold Road
(e vrninqs)
C14230
MODERN attractive three
air-conditioned bedrooms, two
bathroom, finished house.
Available immediately on
yearly lease. Situated on
Oxford Street, East Montrose
Avenue or information call
24030 or 41173

C 1426b4
ATTRACTIVE 2 bedroom


$48.000 00. With or
terms.
PRINCE CHARLES
FIVE -, Ei ."
Patio, with Air. some
and appliances
$45,000.00.
DIAL DAMIANOS


without

ha ve
HOUSE,
furniture
only

22033,


22305 evenings 41197

C14237
2 E'. ,.-, .,r. house, Johnson
Teirae *-ilis iui--',hed, wall
to wail l arpi-nq, iai gt. patio
$30,000. Tei 51'05 days
42463 after .

C142Q2
THIS Sit , S ,,:-da. -,ve
through VioAn Cr ,', -. AC-
ESTATES Sji-- j' t
from 12 to a' MODE
HOUSE DenD', o $75 a'7 d
easy pa.rme-t.
Tel 4 1 a I 3' c-
2-4148.
Morle, & 0 ti'e- '.4i! F-,'ja"
(BREA B', ks)


2 al -ii- .'
appi *,:a'e ; 5O. 1?G each
in "KV :;A; ,.--" -,ear So,,th


L I SOU' AD T1. T $i200






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THE GROVE 7W ,, ai
SKYLINE HE i GHTS
NASSAU FAST
SEA BR[ fZE
VILLAGE ROAfi
GOLDEN GATFS
HIGHLAND PAPK
PROSPECT RIl)G
WESTWARD VILLAS-
CONDOMINIUM
APARTMENTS
in PARADISE ISLADDj
EAST BAY STREET
WEST BAY STREET
HOTELS and HOTEL SITES,
BEACH LOTS. COMMEr ,
CIAL LOTS, RESIDENTIAL
LOTS
ACREAGE FOR
DEVELOPMENT IN THE
NASSAU AND FAMILY
ISLANDS SUCH AS GRAND
BAHAMA LONG ISLAND,
ELEUTHERA, ABACO
45 ACRE CAY IN THE
EXUMAS WITH DEEP
WATER HARBOUR AND
MORE
CALL
DAVSON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENCY
Phone 21178 or 80932 21178
P. 0. Box N-4648
Nassau, Bahamas.


C142/5
FURNISHED two bedroom
upstairs apartment with
airconditioner, washer and
telephone. Rosetta Street,
Palmdale, Available May 1st.
Phone 32105.

C14254
1 BEDROOM furnished
apartment upstairs over the
Buccaneer CLub. For
information call 5-4616.
C14010
THE WAKEFIELD
APARTMENTS
Corner Cordeaux Avenue.
Englerston. One and two
bedroom apartments,
completely furnished.
Telephone daytime 2-8272.
after 6:00 p.m. 5-3418.

CARS FOR SALE

C14021
1972 VOLKSWAGEN 1300
Sedans excellent condition,
radio, W/W tyres, low mileage.
Finance and insurance
available. Call 36611-2-3-4.
C14192
1970 TRIUMPH G.T. 6
Excellent running condition,
only 13,500 miles. Phone
24130 Monday Friday
daytime 58185 nights and
weekends.
C14194
WHITE Crown Toyota
Stationwagon 1970 excellent
condition $1,500. Phone
23283 days 31975 nights.

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
1 COUGAR black and white
RX7 $5,500. Best offer One
walk in Sauna Bath $700.
Phone 4-2872.

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

FOR SALE

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


anartmnent, for immediate
I I upjaiy s Eastern District
Tel 5'-8481 (9 a.m. 5 p.m.)

C14012
MA D.iiN", APARTMENTS
Corner Mount Royal Avenue
and Durham Street,
Two-bedroom apartments,
completely furnished.
Telephone daytime 28272
after 6:00 p.m. 53418.

C14006
MOVING?
For Expert Packing &
Forwarding by Sea or Air,
Contact E. H. Mundy &
Co. (Nassau) Ltd., P. 0.
Box N-1893. Phone
2-4511.


iATA
-,PROVED CARGO
RIGHTS


C14263

YACHTS AND BOATS LTD
CHRIS CRAFT

CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS

WESTERLY SAILBOATS

AVON INFLATABLES

Do you know we can deliver an
all fibreglass 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 paid?

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 Evinrude. All new consul
and steering. $1100.00

53 foot fivbridge 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 sailing
jackets, Peter Storm foul
weather gear, and marine
equipment Just arrived. Stop
by.
P. O. Box N1658
Telephone 24869

C13999
PACEMAKER 44 ft.
Luxurious Cruising Yacht.
Phone 3-2371.
C14281
19 ft. Craft with 105 h.p.
outboard and walk-through
windscreen. Including trailer,
skiis. etc. $3,000. Phone
3-1427.
C14276
22 ft. Searay 215 OMC
Sterndrive 300 hours galley,
head cooler, radio, sleeps four.
Many extras, immaculate
condition. Offers around
$9000. Phone 77504.
C14271
ONE SLOOP 26 ft., beam 9 ft
sleeps 2 forward. Sails, rope,
anchor, toilet, etc., with boat.
Also. ONE HOUSE BOAT
40ft. long, 14ft. wide, needs
repairs. Could be easily put in
order. For information see Mr.
Charles Lowe evenings after 6
p.m., buff coloured house on
corner Montrose Avenue &
Madeira St. or ring 5-2040.

BUSINESS T
OPPORTUNITIES ,
C 14265
TWO retail stores handling
exclusive franchise one
product. Strictly cash sales.
Phone 58865 10 a.m. to noon.
C14208
SNACK take away business for
sale downtown. Phone 31165

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


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

C14241


C14195
WINDING UP OF AN ESTATE
A beautiful processed iamb
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.


C14248
1969 TRAILER c
22 ft long 12 f
overhauled. Ideal
company etc.
Phone 5-5634.


covered truck
ft wide, just
for trucking
$4,000.00.


C14252
SPECIAL SALE on Wedding
Gowns from $75 and up. The
Young Miss Market Street near
Bayv 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.

C14277
INVESTMENT T
EVERYBODY!

SILVER Coins of Cuba and
many other countries
ALSO important First Day
Covers and Stamps
Reply to: Adv. C14277, c/o
The Tribune, P. 0- Box
N-3207, Nassau.
C14252
SPECIAL SALE on Wedding
Gowns from $75 and up. The
Young Miss, Market Street near
Bay. Phone 2-3365.


MARINE SUPPLIES

C11894
1969 31 ft. CHRIS-CRAFT
Commander. Sleeps six, private
shower, two 230 h.p. engines
with less than 200 hours.
Kitchenette, good condition
Call 24267, 54011.
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.f. Miami
Florida.
C14260
1 "SANDSHARK" sailboat,
good condition. $500 including
trailer. Tel. 32109.


C14258
1973 "Clipper MK 21" sailboat
with new 3HP outboard, extra
sails, much other gear. See at
Grand Bahama Hotel Marina,
West End. Reasonable. Owners
leaving soon. Boat sleeps 4.


C14236
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



C14249
THIS is to notify the public
that I am not responsible for
any debts incurred in my name
or any other persons without
my written consent.
Joseph C. Missick.


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

C14219
THE BAHAMAS GOSPEL
MISSION, Montrose Avenue,
Shirley Heights is sponsoring
two five day Educational
Vacation Tours as follows:-
Nassau Miami Walt Disney
World, Orlando, Florida,
Cyprus Gardens and one day
and a night Miami Nassau.
Tour No. 1 leaves Nassau
Monday 8th July 8:20 a.m.
Returns Nassau Thursday July
11th 6:20 p.m.
Reservation begins now. For
full information contact Pastor
E. J. Nottage at office of
Mission Chapel or Mrs. Grace
Nottage c/o phone 3-1207 or
2-1338.
TOUR INCLUDES
CHILDREN AS WELL AS
ADULTS.


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

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.

CRAFT SUPPLIES

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


CARD OF THANKS
C14282
A Card of Thanks from the
family of the late EMMALINE
BUTLER.


THE NASSAU CIVIC
BALLET SCHOOL will
commerce its Spring Term on
Monday, 22nd April 1974.
Clamsse in dance, acrobatics and
yoga. For information, please
call 5-2353.
C14002
WOLSEY HALL
rHE OXFORD CORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE


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

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 Lyford Cay Club,
Tennis Professional Certified
Class 1 member of
International Professional
Associaiton 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
Muagrove, Director of
Personnel.
CI 14119
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.


Perhaps you sang a lovely song;
or sent a dish of food;
Perhaps you sent a potted
plant; or a bouquet to set
the mood,
Perhaps you sent a beautiful
card; or donated your car
Perhaps you sent a tuneral
spray; or said a silent prayer
Perhaps you sat quietly in a
chair; if so we saw you
there,
Perhaps you spoke the kindest
words, as any friend could


Perhaps you were not there at
all, just thought of -s that
day.
Whatever you did to console
our hearts
Ne thank you so much,
whatever the part.
Our sincere thanks to the many
relatives, friends and
well-wishers. Particular thanks
to the Doctors, nurses, and
staff of the Princess Margaret
Hospital. Members of the
Clergy, Butler's Funeral Homes
and all assisting Morticians.


HELP WANTED
C14225
Experienced cook for private
house. Call 77706 for details.


C14280
AUTO MECHANIC. Must have
own tools and be capable of
working with minimum
supervision. Phone 23137 for
appointment.
C14278
APPLICATIONS ARE
INVITED for the following
positions at Saint John's
College, Nassau, commencing
employment in September
1974. Teachers of:
(1) Mathematics
(2) Spanish
(3) Latin
(4) Geography
(5) History
(6) Physics
(7) English
(8) Art
(9) Music
Particular consideration will be
given to applicants who are
able to offer a combination of
two of the above subjects.
Applications are also invited
for Primary School teachers at
Saint John's Preparatory
Department.
Applicants should contact the
Headmaster at Saint John's
College, P. 0. Box N4858,
Nassau or telephone 2-3783.

C14266
VACANCY for tourist social
hostess with foreign language
facility. Knowledge of German
or French is compulsory.
Applicants for this position
should have prior experience in
the tourist industry Preference
will be given to Bahamian
citizens. Please address
applications to Ryan Tours, P.
0. Box N-1346, Nassau.
C14250
CHARTERED ACCOUNT-
ANTS required by professional
firm. Write giving full details to
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co.,
P. 0. Box N123, Nassau.


C 14243
LABOURER Needed for farm
work $35.00 per week 5 day
week, 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Phone
34762.
C 14200
THE HOUSE OF PASCAL
INC. (Pharmaceuticals) desires
experienced salesman in
medical related field. Minimum
five years experience. Send
resume to THE HOUSE OF
PASCAL INC., P. 0. Box
420183, Allapattah Station,
Miami, Florida 33142.

C1400b

TRAVELLING?

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



APPROVED PASSENGER
RIGHTS


I.


C14273
COUPLE wanted as managers
for Current Yacht and Diving
Club, Eleuthera. Must be able
to take complete charge of resort
business, and report directly to
the President of the Company,
abroad. Will be responsible for
maintaining books and records,
purchasing, food and beverage
preparation and control, staff
supervision and training. Salary
negotiable depending on
experience and training, but
not less than $12,000 per
annum plus board and room.

DIVEMASTER wanted for
Current Yacht and Diving Club,
to take complete .charge of
underwater and other aquatic
activities. Must be capable of
operating and maintaining
small boats, motors, regulators,
valves, compressors. Must train
Bahamian staff in above areas,
leading to diver certification.
Must hold at least one of
following diving certificates:
NAUI, PADI, YMCA. Salary
dependent upon experience,
but not less than $400 per
month, plus board and room.

Reply in writing for the above
positions, giving full details of
experience and references in
first letter, to: Current Club, P.
0. Box N-88, Nassau, Bahamas

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.

C14279
ASSISTANT MANAGER for
service station. Phone 23137
for appointment.


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Island TV 2-2618 The Wardobe 5-5599

AUTOMOTIVE MEN'S WEAR

Lucas Batteries Fashionette Ltd. 2-2376/7
Bay Street Garage 2.2434.

BOOKSTORE MUSIC

The Christian Book Shop Cody's Records 2-8500
5-8744
5... 8744. OPTICIANS
BUSINESS FORMS | Optical Servicte Ltd. 2-3910/1
Executive
Printers 2.4267/5-4011 PAPER
CABINET MAKERS Commercial Paper
House 5-9731
Commonwealth *-
Furniture 31120 PRINTING
Wong's Printing b-4VUb
C ---A Executive
John Bull ?-4252/3 Printers 2-4167/5-40 11

ENTERTAINMENT RADIO & T.A. SALES
Movies Carter's Records 2-4711
Film& Equip. Service 2-2157 RUBBERSTMPS

GARDEN & PET Wong's Rubber Stamp
.SUPPLIES Co. 5-4506
Modernistic Garden SPORTS GOODS
& Pet 2-2868
Nassau Garden & Pet Champion Sport Land 2-1862
. Nassau Garden & Pet
Montrose Avenue 2-4259 TRAVEL
A DWPlaytours 2-2931/7
S HARDWARE R.H. Curry & Co., 2.8681/7

John S.George 2-8421/6 rV REPAIRS

HOUSE PLANS Channel Electronics Ltd.
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Evangelos G. Zervos 2-4128
LAUNDRY UPHOLSTERING
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DRY ----- NGEddie's Upholstering 5-9713
New Oriental Laundry 2-4406
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TRADE SERVICES
C14027
Plader's Customs

Brokeroe 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 T.V. ANTENNAS
EQUIPMENT Boosters for homes
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS apartments and hotels
EXCELLENT SERVICE Call 5-9404
REASONABLE RATES WORLD OF MUSIC
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER Mackey Street
OR JACK CASH Next to Frank's Place
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796 -_
2-3797. 2-2798 C14023
Airport 7-7434 FOR your building needs and
FREE ESTIMATES CRANE hire see:
ISLAND BUILDERS]
C14057 LIMITED
MASTER TECHNICIANS P. O. Box N-4559
LTD., Mackey Street, your Phone 31671- 31672
Whirlpool distributor offer. Phone 31671 31672
refrigerators, washers, dryers, C14022
compactors, freezers ice SEWING MACHINE
makers, air conditioners anc SEWING MACHINE
garbage disposers. With PARTS AND REPAIRS
full warranty on every home Island Furniture company
appliance we sell service done P. 0. Box N-4818, Nassau
by factory trained mechanics. Dowdeswell and Christie Streets
Telephone 23713, 5-9322. Telephone 21197, 23152.
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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.
C15081
SECRETARY: Secretary to
Purchasing Manager. Should
have experience in
bookkeeping and familiar with
invoices and inventories. 5-7
years ex perience in
bookkeeping and typing. Must
be able to type at least 70-80
W41.m.
Police record, health certificate
and letters of references
,. required.
INTERESTED PERSONS
APPLY: GRAND BAHAMA
HOTEL, WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA. Personnel Office,
between the hours of 9 a.m.
and 3:00 p.m. Monday through
'. Friday, Mailing Address: 158
Port Road, West Palm Beach,
Fla. 33404. Elon Martin, Jr.,
Personnel Director.
C15079
ASST. MANAGER: Capable of
taking over full responsibility
.; of Management when needed.
Manage Sales; Group Bookings
and Reservation Department.
Supervise and train personnel
-N for Front Office.
HOUSEMEN: To assist Maids,
also heavy duty general
cleaning of all public areas and
staff quarters of Hotels. Police
Certificate required.
S. 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.

REAL ESTATE
C15072
LOTS LOTS- LOTS- LOTS
OWN A PIECE OF FREEPORT
We have lots of lots,
Residential, Commercial,
Waterfront, all around
i Freeport, Lucaya, Close in
Ready for building, SELECT
FROM $2000 UP, Low down
payment Easy terms.
SACRIFICED
Because owners have changed
plans, deaths, divorces or
repossessions J.S.R. REAL
ESTATE, Freeport's First
Licensee, No. 5 Savoy
Building, Pioneer Way, Box
F-93, Freeport, 352-8811.
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HELP WANTED

C15078
MONARCH Investment Co.
Ltd. Food Fair, P. 0. Box
F-2416.
1- Market Merchandiser and
Supervisor. Must have at least
ten years experience in Retail
Sales, Meat, Dairy, Delli and
Se a f oo d Buying,
Merchandising, Projecting
Gross Profit and Percentages,
Supervisor Teaching and
Training.
C15077
TRAINEES REQUIRED The
Bahamas Oil Refining
Company is seeking applicants
for its operator training
programme in SHIPPING
DEPARTMENT. Successful
applicants will be trained in all
areas related to the safe and
efficient operation of the Jetty
Platforms. The work involves
handling various types of
foreign sea going vessels.
Meeting and working with
people of many nationalities.
Handling imports and exports
of crude oil, refined products
and related documentation.
Applicants must have
completed High School and
possess a minimum
qualification of High School
Diploma. Preference will be
given to men between the ages
22 and 35 years old. Starting
salary commensurate with
education, working
background and age. This
position offers a challenging
and rewarding career in the oil
industry. Qualified persons
requiring further information,
should either write to, or call
at the BORCO. Personnel
Office Monday thru Friday
between 9 a.m. and 12 noon.
Tel: 352-9811 Ex. 235. P. 0.
Box F-2435.
C15080
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.
C15076
Savin Photocopy Technician
needed with at least five years
experience. Must have toc I kit
and valid drivers licence. Please
apply to P. 0. Box F-1402.
Freeport, Grand Bahama.-


ANNOUNCEMENTS

C 15069
SHAWNEE Daily Servica
between West Palm Beach and
West End for Reservations call
The Grand Baha.na Hotel (Ex.
5)

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compared to your current expense account."


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EDITORIAL

A page out of history


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TRADE SERVICES
C14198 |
BODY WORK AND PAINT
JOBS.
For the best in quality and!
service have your car resprayed
by The Nassau Repair Shop
Mackey and Chesapeake
Phone 24710 21716.
FREE ESTIMATES.
C14197
RADIATORS
Re-cores and repairs stop by
The Nassau Repair Shop,
Mackey Street and Chesapeake
Road. or phone 24710-21716.
SERVICE GUARANTEED
C14001


From Page 3
commercial and resort development?
Yes. We have fooled ourselves. Rather,
the PLP have fooled some of us but they
cannot fool the world and it is with the
big wide world that we have to conterd.
It is in that market-place that we have 'o
do business, to survive.
If for the most part we tolerate a
Government that is not worthy of
confidence then the world will not have
confidence in us, however much we
preten- to the contrary. Our Promised
Land will become a Fool's Paradise and
that Fool's Paradise will become a Hell
Hole. It is as simple as that.


SHospital furore
From Page I


From Page 3
themselves in the tiger's cage, captors of a system of their own
creation!

It is intriguing to think that ... if Sir Robert's stay in the
Bahamas had been extended in 1953 ... just 21 short years ago ...
many things might not have happened to produce the conditions
that exist in the Bahamas today.

There is an interesting sequel to this story. Some time later
Claire Booth Luce was appointed U.S. Ambassador to Rome. I
predicted that she would be a failure. She was.
Fr. Brendan asked me how I knew.
I had summed that woman up in the few seconds I saw her
outside St. Francis Xavier's church.
She was haughty and she was arrogant. That is not the
American way.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Despise not any man, and do not spurn anything; for there is
no man that has not his hour, nor is there anything that has not
its place. RABBI BEN AZAI


The following day, April 19
Miss McKinney was summoned
to the Ministry of Health and
told she was being relieved of
her duties.
At the meeting with deputy
permanent secretary Kendrick
Williams she is said to have
questioned how such a decision
could have been reached
without allowing her
representation.
Since then reports have
circulated at the hospital that
Miss McKinney is to be
dismissed from the public
service altogether.
It is understood that the
young dietician has taken legal
advice and been told that until
she receives officien confir-
mation in writing of her
suspension she is to remain at
the hospital in her working
capacity.
Miss McKinney has written
the permanent secretary and
the hospital administrator to
this effect.
Because of the unrest among
the kitchen staff, hospital
administrator Thompson has
twice visited the kitchens, it is
understood.
The kitchen workers have
reportedly told him that they
will only take instructions
from Miss McKinney, and that
they are prepared to strike if
she is replaced.
There are indications that a
strike by kitchen staff may
produce sympathy strikes in
other departments.
This morning the hospital


INK sEAREY


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THE GOVERNMENT OF THE


COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS


PROSPECTUS

The list of Applications will be open at 10 a.m. on 15th May 1974 and will remain open until the issue is subscribed or until further
notice.


BAHAMAS REGISTERED STOCK

ISSUE OF $11,000,000

Issued under the Bahamas Registered Stock Act 1973 and authorised by Resolution of the House of Assembly 3rd April 1974.


The date of this Prospectus is 16th April 1974.

The Government of the Bahamas invites applications for Bahamas Registered Stock totalling $11,000,000. The Stock will be available
in a range of maturity dates, the earliest being repayable in 1975 and the latest in 1984. The total amounts of stock offered with the
respective repayment dates are given below.

Bahamas Registered Stock 1975 $2,000,000
Bahamas Registered Stock 1977 $4,000 000
Bahamas Registered Stock 1979 $2,000,000
Bahamas Registered Stock 1982 $2,000,000
Bahamas Registered Stock 1984 $1,000 000

$11,000 000


The Stock will be repayable at par on 15th May in the year appearing in the name of the Stock.

INTEREST
The first interest payment will be made on 15th November 1974 and subsequent payments on 15th May and 15th November each year
until the Stock is redeemed. Where Stock is issued subsequently to the 15th May 1974 the first interest payment will be made on the next
regular interest day and the interest apportioned on a daily basis from the day of issue.

Interest will be payable at a rate which is one per cent per annum over the Nassau Prime rate (i.e. the prime commercial interest rate
from time to time fixed by the Clearing Banks carrying on business in the Island of New Providence), calculated at the beginning of each
half year and subject to a minimum of 8%.

UNITS

The Stock will be in units of $1000.

The principal moneys and interest represented by the Stock is charged upon and payable out of the Consolidated Fund and assets fo
the Bahamas.
The Stock will be available from the Registrar (The Central Bank of the Bahamas/The Bahamas Monetary Authority P. 0. Box N4868,
Nassau) from 15th May 1974. The List of Applications will open at 10 a.m. on that day and the Stock will remain on sale until the issue is
fully subscribed or until further notice. Application for the Stock should be made to the Registrar on the form attached to the Prospectus.
Copies of the Prospectus and Application forms may be obtained from the Registrar, or from the Treasury (Churchill Building Rawson
Square).

PUBLIC DEBT

The estimated public debt of the Bahamas as at 31st December 1973 was $74,720,134.

GOVERNMENT REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE

The following information is extracted from the audited accounts of the Government of the Bahamas.

Year to 31st December

1970 1971 1972
$ $ $
Revenue 91,625,831 89,027,498 103,529,932
Recurrent Expenditure (excluding contributions to 86,544,530 90,285,559 91,974,079
Capital Account and Repayment of Public Debt)

Capital Development 20,522,833 12,297,774 10,525,196

Expenditure


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had to send for Miss McKinney
as the kitchen staff refused to
work until she had put in an
appearance. They have also
requested the presence of the
Minister or Prime Minister to
personally explain the situation
to them.
Miss McKinney holds a B.A.
cum laude from Oakwood
College, Alabama where she
majored in dietitics and
minored in chemistry. As part
of her training she was
employed with the Huntsville
Hospital in Huntsville,
Alabama, as well as in various
hotels in the Huntsville area.
The president of numerous
organizations on campus, Miss
McKinney was the recipient in
1972 of the award of the
Huntsville Branch of the
American Association of
University Women for being
the most outstanding senior
woman in her college.
The same year she also won
the award of the College's
Home Economics Department
for being the student with the
highest grade point average.
Miss McKinney joined the
staff of the Princess Margaret
in July 1972.
VESSEL MISSING
The Hood VII, a general
cargo vessel, is overdue on a
voyage from Miami on April 11
to Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The
boat has a 105 ft. steel hull,
white top sides, grey hull, pilot
house aft, single boom and
mast forward.










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Do you reiily mea.r tha! Jack 9 says
Rupert eagerly, as his friend takes him to a
flight of winding steps. May I keep the
wind whistle for my very own ? Yes. of
course, chuckles Jack You'll have to use
it fur t fa''l ii l'it .y r lt, i .uyW dy ad' it
will las: as long as you need it Their Lcmb


CARROLL RIGHTER'S




GENERAL TENDENCIES: You have excellent
ideas now and are able to visit some interesting
places with persons you like. Engage in the pioneering
activities that can bring a new spark of interest in what you
want in the future. Be outgoing.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Contact those persons you like
so much and put a new plan across that is very worthwhile.
Taking health treatments now is fine.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Get in touch with some
expert who can give the information you need now. Do
nothing that could irk others. Be more considerate.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) A good day to be very
sociable and show affection for your friends. A new friend can
be of great assistance to you in the future.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Buy the
appliances that can make your work easier and of better
quality in the future. Meet with congenials tonight.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You have excellent ideas now
that can be put to use that will help you get ahead much faster
in the future. Stay home with mate tonight.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) After duties are done, take
your loved one to a charming place where you can have a
delightful time. Try not to lose temper tonight.
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct. 22) An associate has fine ideas and
they should not be sloughed off. Be more understanding of a
friend who is out of sorts right now
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Follow through and
complete routine duties so you have a clear slate for
entertaining tomorrow. Give more attention to your health.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 2 1) Show your affection
for those you like and gain more happiness and goodwill. Take
time to engage in your favorite hobby.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Good day to fix up your
abode so it is more serviceable, comfortable and pleasing to
the eye. Evening is ideal for entertaining.
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb. 19) Put your fine mind to
work on whatever is practical and get excellent results. Talk
over with friends new plans you have made.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You are concerned with
money and property affairs which you can handle with finesse
now Get more out of life. Strive for happiness.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be
interested in just about everything, so permit to express self
early in life Concentrate on whatever is important and carry
through in a thorough fashion so that much success can be
realized from it. The ability to persevere on an idea is the key
to getting ahead in this chart. Sports are fine.


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Winning

Bridge
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Dealer East: Love All
North
SJ 10 9 8
0 10 9 8
S 10 9 8
South
SA K Q 7 6
AKJ
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AK J
East West North
Pass 26 Pass 20
Dble Pass 3
Pass 4*
West leads the OJ. East over-
takes with the O Q and con-
tinues with the nK and OA.
South ruffs and West discards
the .42.
How should South continue ?
Trumps break 2-2.
AALYSIS: By ruffing the
third diamond with one of hisa
top trumps, declare can enjoy
two entries to dummy and may,
t he likes take finesses in both
hearts and clubs.
Other things being equal, that
rould be the right way to play
nd South would be truly un-
lucky f both fnesses failed.
Other things however, are pro-
foundl" unequal. at who
pass a dealer, has shown up
with a, good six-card suit. Surely
he cant have an outside queen
aswell.
Expecting to find West with
both que declare plays out
the AKJ in either hearts or
club, throwing in West, who
ill have to py nto delaer's
second AKJ suit or onede
ruff and discard.
Wet Fast

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D. Wight, for Instance. (4)
II. Fast automobile. (6i. 3)
12. Annloy. 13)
1:t. Iraxged. (5)
1. Irish JIg for instance. (4. 5)
19. D)elty (3)
,I. More cold. (5)
't3. Earlier times. 0P. 4)
*4. Sip. (1)
?5. One plea. (3. 6)
Down
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(5. 4)
2. Away from each other. (5)
3. Napoleonic fa hlonl. (a. 3)
4. Work in wool. (4)
.1. Delve. (3)
6. Sea-blrd. (4)
9. Look closely. (41
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up the steps brings them to a broad platform
at the top of the tower. "This is our launching-
pad," says Jack. Blow the whistle twice and
away you'll go. And please tell Mrs. Bear to
forgive me for borrowing you, Rupert. You're
a jolly useful little bear, you know."
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


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REX MORGAN, M.D. Dal Curtis

GOOD/ I THINK OY THE WAY, COMPLETELY SHE WAS I HAVE THE FEELING
IT IMPORTANT HOW WAS SHE DIFFERENT HAPPY, IT WAS 8C5E OF
ELL BE IN AT SIX- THAT THE GOVERNOR LAST NIGHT FROM WHAT RESPONSE YOU NE NCON
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1. STRAND REFUSED BUT, WHY ? HE I THOUGHT THERE'D ME SAID HE'D TELL THE D ,
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"The Stars impel, they do not
your life is largely up to YOU!




Chess
By LEONARD BARDEN


Zatulovskaya-Belaveneits Mos-
cow 1973. Black's last move of
Kt,-K6 contained the nasty
threat of Kt-KtS. winning the
queen or mat.ng. and it a so
attacked Wh.te's rook. In the
dagramn. White played fcr
safety with 1 BxKt: can you
find anything better ?
Par times: 10 seconds, grand-
master: 30 seconds chess uaater;
1 minute, chess expert; 32 mnn-
utes. county player; 7 minutes.
club standard; 15 minutes.
ave.-age: 45 minutes. novice.

Chess Solution
White could have won by 1
P x B Kt-Kt5; 2 Q x P ch 12
P P ch. K-Ri is not so clear).
PxR iQ db ch, KyQ; 5 ByKt
db ch, K-OlQ; 6 B-R5 ch, K-
B :. 7 R-K8 ch, Q-Q1; 8 RxQ
mate


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I A M here. In
mak ins a
word. eaeb
S K R letter ay
Llhe used once
7- only. Each
sord must contain the large
letter, and there must be at
lea-t one eight-letter word In
the list. No plurals; no foreltn
words: no proper names. TO.
DAY'S TARGET : 19 words.
qood ; 23 words, very good;:
.8 words, excellent. Solution
tomorrow.
YESTERDAYS SOLUTION:
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jingo Join Joint Jogist Jolting
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list loin losing noll sign silo silt
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Bees and



Saints



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DAVE- WOOD'S sacrifice fly to right field in the bottom of the
fifth inning culminated in a two base fielding error which scored
short stop Andre Wood from second base lifting St. Bernards
from a one run deficit to a 2-2 deadlock against defending
champs Becks Bees in the first of last night's double header.

As the rookies were unable to put together a winning tally
against relief pitcher Don Taylor in the seventh and final frame,
the match ended suspended.

Becks touched the score board first in the top of the second
when Willie Knowles scorched a line drive double to right field
wall and advanced to third on a throwing error by second
baseman Claude Lynden.

Knowles then crossed the plate for Becks' tally on a blearing
single to shallow centre field by first baseman Lenny Taylor.


But the Saints wan
run back and they acl
in the bottom half
frame. Jim Wood led o
double to left centre.
singled and lIverette
walked to fill the bases
With one down
Floyd Watkins struck
Andre was issued anot
on balls pushing ace
Bernards run tying tih
one all. A double play
the threat for Becks.
Fred "Chicken" Ta'
homer in the fourth
edged Becks in the le
more
However, thrilled
performance of Neeley
mound the Saints h
defending champs ii
over the remaining
frames. Neeley erase(
than a batter per innii
his record to two
against no defeats.
In the bottom of t
Andre was credited
infield hit. Left field
Johnson sacrificed
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ng lifting That gave Leeds 60 points
victories with one game to play.
Liverpool have 55 points with
he fifth, three games to play.
with an Ipswich shook Leeds by
or Cedric fighting back to 2-2 after
him to trailing by two goals. But
here he Clarke grabbed the vital winner
scoring for Leeds in the 69th minute.
brother Bottom-of-the-standings
Norwich City became certain

right was to drop to the Second Division,
Willie despite a surprise 1-0 win over
aylor at Burnlev.
indle the Leeds 3 Ipswich 2. Peter
Ire made Lorimer slammed in a goal for
Leeds from 25 meters in the
completed 16th minute. Six minutes later
et again, another shot from Lorimer
bounced out ot goalkeeper
Cooper's arms and Bill
Bremner headed in to make it
2-0. Brian Talbot pulled one
back for Ipswich in the 27th
Apache"' minute Bryan Hamilton
ig homer levelled the scores from a sharp
y with angle in the 55th minute. A
thing as longball from Paul Reaney was
rs edged headed on by Lorimer and
e second Clarke darted in to apply the
finishing touch. 44.01 5.
icked tip Southampton 1, Manchester
series. United I. With both teams
Bernard's facing a possible drop to the
ig streak Second Division, this game
amints in became a desperate dog-fight.
e at 7 In the 2 1st minute
tars play Southampton goalkeeper Eric
ks in the Martin lost his nerve, dashed
out of goal and tripped Sammy
ernoon, Mcllroy to give away a penalty.
i the first Jim McCalliog slammed home
to be the spot kick. Mike Channon
ort/Stars crashed home and equalizer at
the start of the second half.


ENGLISH I.E'AGU(;
l)ivision I
Arsenal 2 Derby 0
Leeds 3 Ipswich 2
Leicester 3 Chelsea 0
Liverpool 0 Everton 0
Manchester City 2 West Ham I
Newcastle I Birmingham I
Norwich I Burnley 0
Sheffield Utd. I QPR I
Southampton 1 Manchester Utd. I
Stoke City 1 rottenham 0
Wolverhampton 1 Coventry I
Division 2
Aston Villa I Sunderland 2
Blackpool 4 Carlisle 0
Bolton 0 Preston 2
Bristol City 0 Portsmouth 2
Crystal Palace 2 Hull City 2
lulhamn 4 Swindon I
Luton 3 Millwall 0
Middlesbrough 8 Sheffield \Wed. 0
Notts F forest 2 Cardiff I
Oriental I Notts County 1
Oxford I West Bromwich 0.
Division 3
Blackburn 3 Rochdale 1
Brighton I Tranmere 3
Cambridge 2 Bournemouth 1
Charlton 1 Watford 3
Grimsby 2 Port Vale 0
Halifax 0 Aldershot 0
Hereford 2 Chesterfield 1
Oldham 6 Huddersfield 0
Shrewsbury 0 Walsall 0
Wrexham 5 Plymouth 2
Southend 0 Bristol Rovers 0
Southport I York I
Division 4
Barnsley 2 tHartlepoIl 0
Brentford 2 Bradford City o
Colchester 0 Gillingham 2
DI)(ocaster 0 Crewe 2
incoln I Northanpiton I
Mansfield 2 Scunthomrpe 2
Peterborough 1 IDarlinglton 0
Reading I Siockport I
Swansea 0 Burn 1
Workington 0 Rolherham 2
SCO I TISH I.I AGUI
Division I
Arbroath I lundee United 2
Ayr United 2 lHearts I
Celtic 2 Aberdeen 0
Duinbarton I Morton 0
Dundee o CtIl'se i
Ias t I ile I lothlerwell 0
Htibernian I Dunfermline I
l':irtick whistle 2 I alkirk 2
St. Johnstone I Rangers 3
Division 2
Airdnre 5 Alloa 2
Brechin 2 Iorfar I
Fast Stirling I Kilmarnock 3
Hlamilton 2 Montrose 0
Queen of the south 0 Clydebank I
St. Mirren 1 Berwick I
Stirling Albion I Raith Rovers I
Stranraer I Stenhousemrnuir 0.


Clive

breaks

record
CLIVE SANDS a St.
Augustine's College graduate
set a new Iowa State College
track record in the 100 yards
dash earlier this month when
he sprinted the distance in 9.3
seconds shattering the old
mark which was set in 1930.
A key figure in his school's
100-50 victory over South
Dakota State, Sands this winter
also lowered the 1930-set
indoor standard of :06.1 in the
60 yards dash to :06.0.
When Sands was at
Worthington Junior College in
Minnesota a year ago, he was
running the 100 yards in 09.8
early in the season. lie then
turned in a 09.5 and a :09.6 at
the Howard Wood Relays in
Sioux Falls. S.D. That was
when Iowa State track coach
Jerry Barland got interested in
the Bahamian athlete. "We had
no sprinters at all who were
running that well." he said.
GOLF BONANZA
TIlE NEW Providence
Division of the Bahamas Golf
Association stages its first open
golf Bonanza for the year
tomorrow starting 8 a.m. at the
Sonesta Beach Course.
I offers and their tee off times:
I irst tee: 8:00 R. Slatter. '.
tliggs. B. Smith, V. t'rosa. 8:10
R. IDumont, '. lieptburn, I) 1 uller,
B. Hliggs, 8:20 N. Wallis. A. Tlufi.
1. Bethel, M. la; etita. 8:30 U '. (;.
Cooper, R. A. McSsseeney, J.
Alhury, B. Pinder. 8:40 A.
Thompson. I (;ibson, \. Wennick,
C. Rogerson. 8:50 J.Duncombe,
J. Mioree, W. Patton, L. Parker.
9:00 M. Rolle. R. Higgs, H.
Bethel, (;. Knowles. 9:10 J.
Bayless, 1). Scriven, E. Turner, G.
Turner. 9:20 S. Brown T. Rolle,
S. Gibhson. H. Glenville. 9:30 P.
Tirelli. M. Taylor, W. Horton, 1.
Masson. 9:40 A. Wallis, 1). Lunn.
C.'. 0. Vanderpool, ). Linett.
10th Tee: 8:00 1 Dean,. B.
Bonaparte. L.. Sweeting, S. Iorbes,
8: 10 T. Lunn,. C Lunn Jr., .
Adderley. 8:20 W. Smith, V.
lIernander. WV Bethel, T. Sands,
8:30 starter's time. 8:40 I.
Roberti. Z. Stubbs, (. Ellis, C.
Newery. 8:50 starter's time. 9:00
J. Mcladden. V. Cartwright. 1).
Cartwright, C. Bethel. 9:10
starter's time. 9:20 M. Hamilton,
J. Virgil. C. Saunders, (Gibson Jr.
9:30 starter's time. 9:40 K.
Robinson, I. Brathwaitle, W. Butler.


BAFA out to be number one


111: (GROWTH of the
Bahamnas Amneiican Football
Association over the past two
years has been impressive and
this year it will strive to be the
number one sports
organization in the country,
B.A.F.A. president Brenville
Hanna said yesterday at a press
conference.


"We are pleased with the
way interest in American
Football has spread throughout
the Commonwealth and we are
proud that we could boast of
being the first association in
the country to have regular
season inter-island games,"
Hanna said.
Discussing plans for the
season, the president pointed
out that three new teams are
anticipated joining the
association bringing their club
membership to nine.
Deadline for the $130
entrance fee is May 15.
Having preserved their


statistics from their inception,
the B.A.F.A. this year intends
to publish their book of
records. This will be revised
annually. "We intend to set up
permanent headquarters where
our records can be kept
forever, Hanna said.
With a good working
relationship with the Ministry
of Education and Culture,
Hanna continued that clinics
for officials, field and
classroom sessions are also
scheduled for this season.
Geoff Williams, com-
missioner of the B.A.F.A.
pointed out that the
Association is at present trying
to put into action a workable
programme whereby the
youngsters may have
something to look tip to.
The second step he
explained will be for them to


get the game into high school.
"Presently, the interest in
American football is high due
to our closeness to the U.S.
mainland, Also. a lot of our
talent which is wasted on street
corners can be curbed if our
programme develops to the
point we envision," Williams
said.
"Most Bahamians going off
to college are gifted with
agility and speed but they lack
the basic in American
football," he said.
Whether or not the Marlins
can continue their dominance
will be the key point of
interest this season. In the final
game of last season, former
champs and pennant winners
the Nassau Jets narrowly
defeated the Crushers. In the
first playoff game, the Marlins
dominated the Jets.


WINNER Cocoplum digs deeply cutting to windward.


Monty wins again
THE DEWAR'S White Label Trophy yacht race to Little
Pigeon Cay, Exuma was started off the Narrows at 7:10
a.m. last Friday for the fourth consecutive vear.
With winds from East gusting to 30 m.p.h. old man
weather was in an ugly mood.

Eight yachts made their appearance at the starting line,
two were damaged while attempting to leave Fox Hill
Creek and three remained at their moorings.
Off East End and seas were running six feet high.
The three previous races had been won by Monty Higgs
in his 27 foot ranger Mati Hari' in relatively moderate
weather. This year in heavy-going and sailing Cocoplum a;
23 foot ranger owned by Charley Huber, Monty continued
his winning ways and ably assisted by his crew of Charley
Huber, John Dunkley, Pedro Wassitch and Mat Braisted was
first boat to cross the finish line at 3:59:30 p.m.
Second and 3rd across the finish line was Martin
Whittingham-Jones sailing his 'Revolution' and James
Dobbs in his 'Lost Horizon' respectively. On corrected time
'Lost Horizon' finished second.


Volleyballers get set


HI 1 G H SCHOOL
volleyballers put the final
touches to their practice
session this weekend in
preparation for the upcoming
series next week.
In the opening games
Wednesday. Government High
will tangle with A. F. Adderly
and Saint John's College meets
C.C. Sweeting in the senior
boys Western Division action.
In the Eastern Division the
defending champs Saint
Augustine's College host
Queens College while R.M.
Bailey plays Aquinas College in
the schedule double header.
In the senior girls games
Thursday, defending senior
girls champs C.C. Sweeting
play A.F. Adderly and
Government High takes on
Saint John's College.
Saint Augustine's College
the defending senior girls
champion for the Western
Division play Aquinas College
girls in their first match and
R.M. Bailey encounter L.W.
Young.


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pitched his fourth complete
game in as many starts, leading
the Texas Rangers to a 10-2
victory over the Minnesota
Twins last night.
Jenkins, 3-1, who had six
straight 20-victory seasons
during his eight-season stint
with the Chicago ('ubs in the
National League, Limited
Minnesota to seven hits.
lie was backed offensively
by Jim Fregosi's honit run
an d a n e ight-run,
eighth-inning outburst
highlighted by Eric Sunberg's
two-run triple and Alex
Johnson's two-run single.
In other baseball action, the
Boston Red Sox beat the
Cleveland Indians 6-3 in the
onIly afternoon game: the
Baltimore Orioles stopped the
New York Yankees 5-3: the
(Chicago White Sox edged the
Kansas ('ity Royals 5-4: the
Philadelphia Phillies pounded
the Chicago Cubs 9-2; the
Cincinnati Reds dropped tie
San Diego Padres 8-4: the
liouston Astros downed the
Atlanta Braves 8-2; the
Montreal I xpos nipped the St.
Loils Cardinals 5-4; and the
Pittsbuiigh Pirates at New York
\Mcts game was rained out.
I hel San Francisco giants
shaded the Los Angeles
dodgers 5-4 and the Oakland
\ s beat the California Angels
5-1
IDa e (oncepcion drove in
tlicc i tins and Tony Perez
cloited a home n tun, leading
( inlinant to its victory over
S:m l)iego and snapping the
RedsI' tlincc-ame losing streak.
Rci't'ic Jackson belted his
scc 'nth homer of the season,
leading Jim "Catfish" Hunter
and I lihe A's past California.
Jackson has driven in 21 runs
in 1 2 games to hold the major
league lead in that department.
Ilunter Hurled a seven-hitter.


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