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The Tribune - Monday, April 22
SPECIAL PULLOUT SECTION
When the secretary takes the boss out to lunch.
in.
s
11 ISNT often dial the secretar) has the
chance 10 lake the boss to lunch bill this
turn-about ia the highlight ol 1974 Secretaries'
Week winch m-t- under way lodaj
rhe luncheon will be held .11 tin Holidaj
Inn, Paradise island on Wednesday, start
1: JOp.m
Iftti Jeanne Th well Known in the
Bahamian legal and literar) world "ill be the
speaker
The author of the "Satirical!) Speaking."
column which appear- regularly in the
Guardian Miss I hompson is ,, partnei in the
law firm oi Isaacs. Johnson and Thompson
Another drawing card for the annual
ncs luncheon is the naming of (he
) ear
I 1st year') winner was Mrs Irene Russell
who will hand over her title to another
Kcretar) 10 he chosen by a panel of judges.
On the panel will he Mrs I dith Turnquest.
manager at the law firm of Dupuch and
lurnquest, Mr A. D. Faruuharson. president
ol the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce,
president of the Rotary Club of Nassau, and
managing director of Bahamas Tractor and
Equipment Ltd., and Mr. Ivern Davis, director
ol Physical Planning. Bahamas Development
Corporation Reservations lor the luncheon
may be made by telephoning 2-1521 or
:i
The theme for the 1974 Secretaries' Week is
Heller Secretaries mean Better Business" and
bearing out this theme will be the seminar
sponsored by the Bahamas Secretaries
Association.
The seminar will be held on Saturday, April
27. at the Teachers Training College from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m.
Miss Patricia Fountain and Mrs Tina Cook
will be the morning speakers
Muss Fountain. Director of Training for the
Bahamas Government, will speak on Self
Improvement.
Mrs. Cook, head of Business Studies and
Commerce at the C. R. Walker Technical
College, will discus New and Modem
Techniques. Questions, answers and discussion
will follow each speaker.
After a brief luncheon break at noon \i
Richard Crawford will take the aft
session with a discussion on Human R
and Motivation
''noon
Hoiu
Mr Crawford is a well known exponeaj 1
adult education.
Mao on the programme will be a display mi
film put on by IBM Bahamas Ltd.
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Just what makes a
secretary a secretary
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will be
. theme
on in
I1 title
the
pay
In lie or no
I d t lie
-hall be
W lli.
who
and
as pan 01 the management
team it with
il. ad mi nisi
-kills.
' I lie in. 1 -1 frequent
1 oi ihc term
word
nments lr
' these situations, clerks
and t\; led the
status of ti: ,i title
withoul (he challeng
guidelin
I'lie spokesman continued
cation ol the
"secretai
not necessarily, make the
lassified incut il
within the bounda
definition,
rrel ol
semantics Rather it
hfferentiate
the :
secretaries from ol
occupations. The BS
committed to uphold and
the in I
lies .mil 10 elevate
ll pay
ll> allied to
.mII be
hope that the)
will jo

Nine new members were initiated into the Bahamas Secretaries Association during a dinner last August in the Victoria
Room ol the Sheraton-British Colonial Hotel. The new members hold candles and red roses just before being presented with
\ ,T * .?"" Frm 'hC le" are l"esident Lorraine Fraser who conducted the ccrcmom Rosemary Hanna. Audru Mmni-
Ethlyn Wallace. Annamae Siewna.h. Rosamund Shepherd. Aramintha Adderiey. Gaylene Christie. Pauline Hinds and Vemoll
KEY TO AN EXECUTIVES SURVIVAL
Vfe congratulate
THE BAHAMAS SECRETARIES
III
on its celebration of
SECRETARIES WEEK
and on its continued work to
advance the professional
attainment of
Bahamian secretaries
ABC
MOTORS
lliii- 4venue
The Bahamas Secretaries Association was humid m
1966. Shown are three pasl president- who ha
named Secretary of the Yeai From the left are Louise
Haven. Judy Richardson .md Cwen Reid Picture
>ds Photography.
SECRI ["ARIES' Hi 1 K
sponsored by the Bahamas
Secretaries' Association,
- attention on a very
important segment of the
Bahamian commercial world.
The importance of this
segment was stressed by
Bahamian businessman. S J.
Amoury. at the first official
function of the BSA In
September 1966.
Without a good secretary.
said Mr Amoury, an
executive could not survive
Membership in the BSA
has increased 100 percent
since May 1973 and all the
newly initiated members are
involved actively in the
association.
A spokesman for the
association was enthusiastic
about the activities and the
membership
"Through the efforts of
the Ways and Means
Committee, the association
has been able to finance four
scholarships at the (' K
Walker Technical Coll.
secretarial training." she said
"We also plan to give
financial help to three
Ive members who will
attend the National Secret-
aries' Association convention
in Atlanta this \ ear
I he BSA was actively
engaged throughout thi
assisting chant able
saul
the
was
Clvit
those
SCOTIA BANK
SALUTES THE
BAHAMAS SECRETARIES
ASSOCIATION
FOR ITS FINE WORK
ON BEHALF OF SECRETARIES
AND EXTENDS BEST WISHES
FOR A
SUCCESSFUL SECRETARIES WEEK
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In the Family Itlandi ikiipoki GRAND BAHAMA GEORCI l"OWN EXUMA
MARSH HARBOI R.ABACO Sll I I AMARIS, LONG ISLAND
1 'i lh BSA 1- attending the annual
nl rear's convention was held In Denver
I I 1 ramm< Included dlscuuloni on
parliamentary law, motivation leadership
I thi Pr< rhe delegates it .1
iffali ind thi effk lent use ' modem rflo
Utcndina fron re iir.un [he left) Biwida
the Membership Committee lirt-nda Duvalier.
irraine 1 ra-cr president: Irene Russell
mmlttee, mid lul -ear's Secretar) of the
i) Brlen, secretary.
organizations,
spokesman
This assistance
administered by the
Committee and
organizations helped included
the Red Cross, the British
Legion, the Salvation Army.
the Bahamas Christian
Council, and the Indepen-
dence Secretariat during tin-
independence preparations in
1973.
"We also have an
Education and Programme
Committee." she said. "This
spotlights challenging ideas to
members at our regulai
meetings where we have guest
speaker- "
The Publicity Committee
establishes communications
and sends out information in
WE TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY
TO CONGRATULATE
THE BAHAMAS
ON A YEAR OF PROGRESS
AND ACHIEVEMENT.
We applaud the Association for its goal
of improving and maintaining local
standards of secretarial professionalism.
Ladies, we salute you!
McDermott
ASSOCIATES LID.
Advertising Public Relations* Marketing
a news bulletin which is put
out every month tor the
members
Another important section
Ol the association is th.
and Byelaws I ommittee
which tends to updal
byelaws of the asa
The BSA man)
benefits to its membei
than the social gatherings,
Members become bettet
secretaries through
tional, professional and
ilitj development
They develop initial:
leadership thanks I
various association pr
which they can take part
rhey assist students .mil
1st starting
eld
1 he) -hare ompani
with other secretar!)
similar interests
qualified
ma) join the us \
>ut an application I
These will be .1.
the BSA luncheon on
Wednesda) and at the
seminal to be h<
S.i turd a >
1 he) are
writing to Box N-06,
Nassau
SALUTATIONS
TO OUR SPECIAL GALS'

CANADIAN IMPERIAL
BANK OF COMMERCE
TOGETHER WERE BOTH STRONGER'


The Tribune - Monday, April 22, 1974

MEMBERS of t.ie
executive committee of
the Bahamas Secretaries
Association are active in
many areas of improving
secretarial services in the
Bahamas. I n the back row
from the left are Irene
Russell, chairman of the
Civic Committee and
Secretary of the Year;
Marina Dames, chairman
of the Ways and Means
Committee; Angela Haven,
recording secretary;
Brenda Archer, chairman
of the Membership
Committee; Louise Haven,
past president; Vicky
Grant, chairman of the
Education and Programme
Committee. Second row:
Macie Hanna, correspond-
ing secretary; Perky
O'Brien treasurer;
Lorraine Fraser, president;
Sandra Albury, vice-
president; Kae Teskey,
publicity; Hortense
H a r r is-S mit h past
vice president. Front row:
Gwen Reid and Judy
Richardson, both past
presidents and holders of
the Secretary of the Year
title. Photo: TOOGOODS
PHOTOGRAPHY.
Secretaries Association
now in its 8th. year
We congratulate
I BAHAMAS SEGflAIS
for its accomplishments towards
setting higher standards for
secretarial proficiency.
"Mil BAH \M.\s si CR1 IAKIIS' ASSOCIATION
which in celebrating its eighth anniversary this year,
started .in most organizations, start small. It began in
April 1966 when .1 group of secretaries headed by Mrs.
Ann Lowe, met at the Sheraton-British Colonial Hotel.
I Ik- secretaries who attended thai meeting wanted to join in a
common bund of friendship and learning with other secretaries
throughout the umld as well as to share experiences locally in the
growing role as support of management.
I wo meetings followed that
first gathering and the result
was tin- Bahamas Secretaries'
\ ition which is affiliated
with The National Secretaries'
Assox iation 1 International).
This affiliation gives the
Bahamas' association the
presl ige and benefits ol
membership in the largest
secretaries' association in the
world with more than 32.000
members ( including affiliates)
. 3 1 countries outakie
Canada and the United States
I lie purpose of the
SSOC iation is the elevation ol
the standards of the secretarial
profession through a
continuing programme of
educational and professional
development
\nd it has verj definite
ideas iboul what a good
secretar) should be. "A
secretai) shall be defined as an
executive assistant who
possess is ''t office
skills, wlm demonstrates the
abilitj to assume reponsibility
without direct supervision,
who exercises initiative and
judgment, snd who makes
decisions within the scope of
assigned authoritj
I he 'irst official function of
the newly-formed association
was the Initiation of charter
members and installation of
officers, It was held at the
Montagu Beach Hotel on
September 24, 1%6. Mrs.
Lowe was elected president
with Mrs. Mickej Kimberk,
vice -pre siden t. Katherine
Granger, recording secretar).
Norms Barker, corresponding
secrel.ii> jnd Mrs. Judy
Richardson, treasurer.
r/hirty-eighl charter members
were initiated.
\\ II know Bahamian
businessman Mr S J Amour;
was the guest speaker it Ihal
iirst official meeting He
stressed the value of a good
secretary by saving that an
executive "cannot survive
without one "
ONE OF THE activities of
the BSA is the constant
membership drive. In
February five secretaries
received their BSA pins.
Shown at the ceremony held
at the Nassau Beach Hotel are
(from the left) Sandra
Albury, vice-president,
Lorraine Fraser, president,
and new members Brenda
Pickstock, Beryl Gibson,
Debra Darville, Barbara Carey
and Sonia Brooks. Photo:
Toogood's Photography

USE
ShpSrtbunr
CLASSIFIED
ADVTS.
LIFE certain!) isn'l all work .1 nd no pb> foi the members of the
Bahamas Scent iciation. During S ilentine fashion
show and dinner, members showed off not onlj beautiful clothes hut
their ability to show them off beautiful!
The clothes were no! designed for office wear but the) proved
beyond a doubl thai there is far more to a secretar) than is usually seen
on the job. PHOTOS fOOGOODS' PHOTOGRAPHY.
G A Y L E N E
CHRISTIE puts her all
into showing of this
wild print patio dress.
It's cool and designed
for swinging, sitting or
simply being admired.
MARINA DAMES models a
handsomely printed patio skirt topped
with a long-sleeved, turtle-necked, figure-
hugging blouse.
SLOW AND SLINKY. That's the
theme for Vicky Grant's dance (at left)
and the slithery leopards used as the
design for her dress.
I le listed the most important
requirements ol .1 secretary -,s
ability, loyalty courtesy and
pal ience.
I oday there aie more than
50 mem hers with many ol
those 18 charter members still
\ei> active in the association.
Currently, the BSA is In the
process ! forming the Future
\sso,iation which
will be an arm of the Its \
designed toextend the benel ts
ol the association to those who
are aspiring to he secretaries
but who have not yet qualities
lor membership
iointi roe
Our congratulations
to the BAHAMAS
SECRETARIES
ASSOCIATION
for its progress and programme in the
interests of increased business efficiency
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(Reta.tered with Postmaster of B hamas for postage concession, within the Bahamas.) Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper I .
VOL. LXXI, No. 125 Monday, April 22, 1974 Price: 20 Cents


'Cold.


blooded'killer TSNSAX
ANTH RAX


shoots "






Haitian


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NE\V PROVII)DNCtI police, confronted eleven days
ago with the mysterious shotgun slaying of a Lyford
Cay Company truck driver and his female companion,
are investigating the weekend killings of a Haitian
national and Comfort Lane street cleaner.
And in another incident, police arrested a 42-year-old Feaste
Lane woman after the stabbing of Willard Rolle. also of the same
address on Sunday.
Rolle, 5 1. was injured during an argument between himself and
the accused, police said. fHe is detained at the Princess Margaret
Ilospital in serious condition.
Criminal Investigation Denartment authorities said today that
investigations have already opened into the "cold-blooded"
i i.,Ig of Emnmainel Jean. The 1laitian was shot to death around
i' 20 p.m. Sunday.
Jean was accompanying a female friend along poorly lit Peet
Street when they were confronted by a man armed with a gun
who demanded his money, reports said.
heree was no argument at all.' police authorities said.
.lean was Ahot when lie attempted to reach his hands into his
pockets for his wallet. Fhe woman, unidentified by authorities,
was lelt mn a shocked state following the shooting.
Beltoi running ofl. the rbi er believed to be a Bahanmian
-hatched a letter which the wolan had in her hand.


She and Jean were returning
iorni the home of another
Ilaitian friend at the tiiie
1 hey had gone there to haie a
letter written t to their relatives
at home in Ilaiti. sources
reported. It was the same letter
that was taken by the robber.
Police have a.rr.-stcd a
woman in L, .Intial .. .; th the
Saturday afternoon knifing of
Prince Taylor.
The woman, believed to
have been iTaylor's girl-friend,
is expected to be charged
shortly in connection with his
death.
laylor was stabbed in thi
stomach during an argument
with the accused, reports say.
lThe incident took place at
about : 20 p.m. Saturday.
laslor was a street-cleaner
elntplo)ed with the Ministry of


By SIDNEY DORSETT

Health.
Fhe weekend incidents
occurred while police were still
attempting to discover the
motive for ti.. recent double
nuLirders of L' I't 'iruck
driver Leonard Johnsonr and
Viola Murray.
l'he two, believed to have
been riding together in
Johnson's truck on Thursday,
April I 1, were the victims of a
shotgun wielding murderer,
police have said.
Both Murray, whose body
was first discovered by
passersby, and Johnson had
shotgun wounds. The two
bodies were found a distance
apart from each other.


DRIVE TO BUY


POLICE CARS


A COMMITTEE F under the
chairmanship of Franklyn
Wilson, MP. has agreed to
organise a community wide
drive to raise funds for 28
police cars needed by the
police force.
S Announcing this today, Mr.
Wilson said that a committee
of interested citizens had been
formed to organise a "Police
Appreciation Week."
Members ot the committee
consist of Monetary Authority
thairnman T. Baswell Donaldson
l liquor IDealers Association
president Bradley Roberts,
Sheraton British Colonial
general manager John Green,
Star Insurance general manager
Sherwin Thompson and
Bahamas ITaxi Cab union
president Richard Moss.
Mr. Wilson said members of
the committee had met with
Commissioner of Police
Salathiel Thompson and they
had been advised that "the
police force is presently
working with 28 cars fewer
than the Commissioner feels is
S necessary for the best
S protection ofall all areas of New
Providence."
I Mr. Wilson said the
committee had agreed to
organise a community wide
drive to raise such funds for
this purpose.

(In the 1974 Budget an

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additional $S, million was
allocated to the Police Force.
Of this figure, one item in the
estimates was for a new
allocation of $280,000 "tor
transportation equipment.").
(Commenting on the
committee Mr. Wilson said
"Every resident of this country
regardless of his station in life.
his legal status in the country
or his political persuasion, has
a great stake in the
maintenance of law and order.
Everyone must have deplored
the recent spate of crimes
which have taken place and we
believe the entire country is
indebted to the hard working
ien and women of our police
force, for the manner in which
they responded to the
challenge. Police Appreciation
Week is simply a way for the.
community to show its
appreciation and to encourage
the same high standards of
policemanship in the future "
Freeport recently held a
Police Appreciation Week in
Grand Bahamta.
Mr. Wilson went on to say
that the police "cannot work
against the odds" and were not
in a position to answer all
house calls for help as quickly
as they would like to "simply
because they do not always
have the cars to send right
away."
And making a pitch for
public support he said, "if the
public would show its support
for the police through the
provision of these cars, the
police would then be able to
reduce by as much as one half,
the length of time it takes to
answer house or business calls.


The committee
announce later
donations may be sent.


will
where


4


Ph Pi [/I it, SP s) V NI- 1777
Shobek. wearing security belt. is escorted to court



Shobek weeps as



trial is adjourned


-1 think I should not
oppose the adjournment if it
would really give the court
and the jury an indication ;i-
to the mental condition oti
the accused."
The Chief Justicie
adjourned the hearings lfor
two weeks, as Mav 6 w as ibth
earliest available date Il ern
so the murder trial ot
Theophilus Smith will have to
be re-scheduled.
Shobek, a short, slight
youth, was escorted at 9) 45
a.m. from Central Police
Station across Bank Lane to
the Supreme Court within
special security measures.
In addition to brown
corduroy trousers and a
brown and white pirin shirt,
he wore a special police
"'security belt," a thick
leather strap around the -,,waist
with a mtetai ring in tront.
Handcuffs are passed through
the ring and secured on the
wrists oft the prisoner, who a,
a result cannot moe his
hands away troim Ilis wast
l)espitc protest trotm Mr.
Fawkes. police escorts
refused to renioe thile belt
and cuffs until ijust btc)or.' tlhe
hearing began
While Mr Fawkes argued
with the police, and through
much of the court hearing
thai followed. Shobek sal
with his head bowed slightly,
staring at the bars, ol the
prisoners' dock and taking no
apparent interest in any thing
happening around hint
Tears flowed freely down
his cheeks and fell Ironm his
chin, but he made no attempt
either to conceal them or to
wipe then off, and lie made
no sound.
As in all but one of his ten
court appearances since his


on duty at
It is understood that the
hospital's 50 kitchen stait ha) e
threatened to strike it Miss
McKinney was removed.

Miss MKiinney was told
I ti all.. Friday tb deputy
permanent secretary Kendrick
Williams that she was being
relieved of her duties effective
immediately and that she w'as
to turn over all files in her
office to her Jamaican
replacement.
Miss McKinney has
reportedly taken legal adis.,
and been told that until she


Jan. 26 arrest. Shobek did
not titter a wi,rd today.
When he was first arraigned
before Chief Magistrate
Wilton Hercules onil Jan. 28
and charged with the murdrrs
of Bernstein. Ohio attorney
Paul V. Howell and Michigan
schoolgirl Katie Smith, he
gave his age as 19 years. his
address as Milwaukee.
Wisconsin. and his occupation
as song-writer. tHe has said
nothing else.
Whi Mr. Fawkes spoke
briefly with him in the dock
today just after the
adjournment Shobe k
occasionally nodded his head.
but maintained his silence.
Bernstein's bodv. covered
with k ,ifewounds. was found
at Yai ,acraw Beach.
Howell. 50, died in his
hotel room at the Holiday
Inn o i Oaradise Island on
December 5. also apparently
from knife wounds.
Miss Smith's strangled
body was found in Garden
Hill Estates on Jan 26. She
was 17.
Preliminary inquiries into
tie latter two deaths are
incotiplete and they are not
before the Supreme Court


ALL LEATHIIR Ill IS
made from laiatian goat skins
have been put under
quarantine by federal and
state health o tticials in the
United States. The Miami
Herald reported Saturda\
The quarantine covers such
items as bongo diuin.- purses.
wallets or anything else made
from goat skins in laiti.
Ilealth officials say tlhe
danger is that the leather may
carry anthrax spores, organisms
that can cause severe illness
and, it untreated, death. All
persons having such goods in
their possession are urged to
get rid of the mi.
The warning .1" ..I the
report o d anthrax in a
22-year-okd WAVI .-t the Naval
Anir Station in Jacksonville.
Last )December sIhe developed
the characteIistic anthrax
blisters, and a medical
cor psman reIecinLb-ic ed that
there had been an outbreak of
the disease in Haiti.
The young woman had
purchased eighi bongo drums
on that island and two of these
were found to be contaminated
with anthrax spores. She
was , Ill treated, and
I nuiw has only one small seal
remaining.


F\TA1I
An.\ iiia'- is ; al teJ l skin
disease, v.ith blisters
de\e!oping at the site of
iniLction. IThelse develop into
dcipressed black scabs.
Ltntreated. thc ai.an lead to
fatal blood pi(nsoring
iThe (oininunicable D)iscasce
Centre in Atlanta announced
Friday that because of the risk
to persons handling drumsii
made from iItaitian goat skins,
thn iimportation into the IWS.
will no long'i be permitted.
Dr. David J. Sencer. C')(
director. said persons who have
such drums in their homes
should turn them in to their
local health departments for
appropriate disposal.
lie said the bacterial
org.irsins which cause anthrax
produce a spire thait s highly'
resistant i t disiniccaints and
persists tii teals niti a
comiainunliated ltem.
In fact. active anthrax spores
were tuind when Egyptlan
tombs were opened within the
last center\ .
WA\RNGI N;
Sihcreiore persons owning
lalitran drums sr'hould turn
them over, regardless ot their
age '" )r Seneer said.
)r. ( thsier L. NaySield of
the t oii)Ida I)Svi ssion ot Healtlh
extconded this wamnniie to all
leather items made Itromn
laitian goat skins.
lie aid however that the
intricately carted wooded parts
oft the drum nught bie salvaged
by applying carbolic acid or a
chlorine solution toi a ri
extended period and Itheni
refinishing the wood.
Ilaitian goat skin goods arc
egularly imported into t the
Bahamas.


I li Hood VII, eCpoe ii
111ssii'.0 ran ag around oft Cu('ba
u'ri '.as rhoiind yesterday fihr
SS. (t asl (it ard are noli in


Ilh White Heather, rcpoited
ocerdulie list week, was locatedC
ti's mi 1imiu .il I uia a Marina.
I eepilirt

\ iwin-Cengine Camanchec


hospital
receives official confirmation
in writing of her removal she is
ito remain at the hospital in her
working capacity.
It is understood that the
23-year-old dietician was
scheduled today to meet with
Health Minister Roker.
Meanwhile the Jamaican
dietician is said to have been at
the hospital Saturday but did
not return after lunch because
of the unrest and dissatis-
faction being exhibited by the
kitchen staff.
Miss McKinney was at her
post both Saturday and


aircrraft. \71 S2 reported
overdue ioni Saturday, was
located at treasure ('ay
\esterda.n

I he Sea Fever, missing since
last Wednesd.ay on a trip from
Sands Point. Abaco to Nassau,
still remains a in stery. On
bt)aid are Mr. Peter Saunders
and another person known
onll is "Red".



Sunday
In her letter to The Tribune
Miss MeKinney contradicted a
statement by Mr. Roker that
there was no need for a
dietician to be on duty during
weekends.
The Bahamian dietician
observed that a hospital the
sioe of the Princess Margaret
required at least four qualified
dieticians to be operated
effectively and efficiently.
She said that if the Minister
visited her department, which
he had never done, he would
see this for himself.


'No agreement'


to dismiss


librarian
ASSISIT \\T LIBRARIAN Florence Ramsey was dismissed
from her post at the Fox Hill library without the agreement of
the members of the board of trustees, The Tribune learned today.
Mrs. Ranmse'. wife of FNM executive officer Fred Ramsey, was
on March S given two weeks dismissal notice by Mr. Prescott
Davis. whose brother Lionel, present M.P. for Fox Hill, stood
against Mr. Ramse in the 1972 general election.


In his letter to Mrs. Rainsse,
Mr. Davis said the decision was
reached "largely because you
have tailed to respond to
on-the-job training given during
sour several years of
emphloryment of the library."
Since then four of the
board's trustee me bers have
written Iducation Minister
Livingstone Coakley. The two
others resigned in 1972 and
have never been replaced.
In their letter of April 18.
trustees Joseph Hutchinson.
Miriamr Roker. Oscar Moss and
I na Bailey said that the',. as
members of the board of
trustees oi the Fox Hill library.
"did nrot agree or had any part
in the dismissal of Mrs.
Florence Raimsex as assistant
librarian of the Fox hill Public
Libiar\
They therefore wished to
nave Mrs. Ramsey reinstated.
the\ mtormied the Minister.
It is understood that the
Ministry has been given the
impression. in conversation
'-tih Mr D)avs. that Mrs
Raln-'i diis hissal was carried
out with the approval ut tlhe
other turstees
The I tribune reported oni
April I that following tilhe
firin- of the assistant librarian,
a Jamiaican was named to the
post of librarian and an
iexpei ienccd Bahamiar
a tside the Fox Hill area,
appointed assistant librarian.
,!is Ra"' -ev. ai Fox Hill
resident, was one of thicc
tionen who live ',ears ago sat a
Ministry of Fducation exam to
qualify for the job. Sihe passed
and was lured. SusbequentIlh
she was attached to the
Southern Public library to be
instructed bh the librarian
there.
Following her training at
Southern. Mrs. Ranlsey then


FLORENCE RAMSEY
set tip the Fox Hill public
library and opened its doors.
She ran the library for a year
until a librarian was appointed.
Mrs. Ramsey continued her
training under the tutelage of
librarian Christine Frith and it
was anticipated that when Mrs.
Frith left she would replace
her.
Instead however, Mr. Davis
engaged two other individuals
,s ,hi' lluit t ter a short period.
Mr. D)ajis then engaged a
Jamaican. Miss Audrey Leigh,
to take over as librarian and
hired a Long Islander who lives
at Oakes Field to serve as
assistant librarian.
Residents of Fox Hill claim
that besides being untrained,
the assistant librarian is
occupying a position for which
any .'ne a numBer of
Lneiienploycd Fox Hill girls
could be trained
A citizen's committee, under
the chairmanship of Miss Marie
Fernander, has solicited 100
signatures from people in Fox
Hill demanding the immediate
removal of Mr. Davis from the
board of trustees as well as the
inrmediate removal of the new
librarian and assistant librarian.


DEBT QUESTION
( L \RI ( I Town representative Michael L.ightbourn
(Ind.) has asked Finance Minister Arthur Hanna to explain
how much of the $6 million stock loan for the Bahamas
Electricity Corporation and Bahamas Telecommunications
Corporation is to be allocated for refinancing the existing
debt and how much to finance new capital works in each
Corporation.
In addition Mr. Lightbourn wants a breakdown on the
types of capital works proposed.
The House authorized the government on April 3 to
issue $11 million in registered stock to finance certain loans
to BEC and Batelco and to pay off a balance owing the
International Monetary Fund.
From the $11 million loan, $4 million will go to BEC
and S2 million to Batelco. The remaining $5 million
represents the balance of the government's subscription to
the IMF.


Senate passes amendments


I tl 'IN \ \ TF- today' passed
three amendments to Acts and
tw, t) Resolutions without
debate.
Passed were an Act to
amend the (i.ovcrncr's Personal
Staff Act. Iliqi09 an Act to
anuend the ianritt Act an Act
to amend the l nt si.nt Tax
Act. 1,474 an an Act to amend
the schedule to the School
Building Programme (Loan)
Act. 19 2.
A Resolution to the
Bahamas Registered Stock Act
was passed giving authority to
the Finance Minister to raise


QUESTIONS
THEill amount spent by the
Ministry of Tourism for
entertainment is the subject of
a series of questions by
Clarence Town representative
Michael Lightbourri (Ind.)
Mr. Light bourn has asked
Tourism Minister Clement
Maynard to specify the total
amount of money spent during
the years 1972 and 1973 by
the Ministry and its various
departments for entertaining at
hotels.
He has also asked for an
itemised breakdown and the
purpose of each function
listed.


bh loan the sum ot $1 1 million
dollars of which $4 million will
go to the Bahamas Electricity
Corporation, $2 million to the
Bahamas I telecommunications
Corporation and $5 million to
the International Monetary
Fund.
The other resolution
approved the designation of
land to the Bahamas Develop-
nient Corporation under The
Bahamas Development
Corporation (South Riding
Point Designated Area) Order,
1974.


MEMORIAL MASS
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Joseph Caccioppo Jr., son of
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By Mike Lothian
MICHIAH SHOBEK, 19,
sat silent and withdrawn in
the Supreme Court dock with
tears rolling down his cheeks
today as court officials
discussed adjournment of his
trial for murder so that a
psychiatric examination
could be completed.
Shobek's trial for the
January 18 murder of Ocean
City, N. Y. chartered
accountant Ervin Bernstein,
44, was scheduled to begin
before Chief Justice Leonard
Knowles today, but it was
adjourned to 10 a.m. May 6
at the request of court-
appointed defence attorney
Randol Fawkes.
Mr. Fawkes told the court
that last week. "I
encountered some difficulty
in communicating with the
accused."
He asked for the assistance
of Sandilands Rehabilitation
centre psychiatrist Dr. Henry
Podlewski.
As a result of Dr.
Podlewski's assistance "I have
been able to conduct a
dialogue with the accused
yesterday and again early this
morning."
However. Mr. Fawkes said,
"Dr. Podlewski has informed
me that his investigations are
not complete, and it appears
as if the interests of justice
may be best served if
sufficient time was given Dr.
Podlewski to complete the
investigation he has begun."
He therefore applied for an
adjournment of "two or three
days."
Solicitor-General Langton
Hilton, prosecutor in the
case, said he understood the
doctor needed to see Shobek
at least twice more.


Dietician

M ISS PANDORA
M kl\\ Y. under dismissal
threat by the Ministry of
Health. was on duty at the
Princess Margaret Ilospital
today in her capacity as acting
chief dietician.
Miss McKinney was relieved
of his duties Friday after
writing a letter to The Tribune
that allegedly embarrassed
Health Minister Loftus Roker.
The day before she was put on
leave, a Jamaican dietician was
brought in by the Ministry to
take her place.


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Convicts

held

after

shooting

FLINT, Mich Iwo
escaped convicts sought in
connection with the
kidnap-murder ot a housewife
in Wisconsin were arrested
today on charges of killing a
policeman who surprised them
during a break-in at a gasoline
station, police said
The suspects were identified
as Joseph A Malonare. 29. ot
Jackson, Mich.,. and Gordon t
Stockenauer, 20. ot Lansing,
Mich.
They had escaped Saturda.
from a Magnum prison tirit inI
Marquette, Mich.. where the0
were serving sentences tor
felonious assault.
They were arrested shortly
after and shooting ot
patrolman Martin ( hivas . a
two-year veteran ot the I!o-.
Mich., force
They had been sought on
first-degree murder warrants
for the shooting of C'harlene
Beaudin, 33. Police said the\
abducted Mrs. Beaudin alter
she left work Saturday night at
a Marquette restaurant and
shot her early Sunda\ when
she tried to escape across a
field in Oshkosh. Wis
Police said the escapees also
would be questioned inI
connection with the abduction
of a man in Warren, a det iol
suburb near Fros short lI atter
Chivas was shot

Iwo men answeringg UiI
pair's description broke into
the man's home and forced
him to drive north in one ot his
two family cars while thes
followed in the other
Warren police said the
abductors, each armed with a
rifle, released the man at
interstate 690 before heading
toward Flint (API


MORE THAN 700
government troops were
missing today after
withdrawing from the
Kompong Luong beachhead
under a withering rebel
assault, military sources said
in Cambodia.
a2 f ,P1 S


Kennedy,



Brezhnev



give arms



pledge


MOSCOW L'.S. Scnattor I dward Kcnnedy and
Leonid Bre/hnc \ I\rcsscd a "deep commitmentt"
today toi mainta itl peace between the two superpowers
and curb lihc arnims rac'c.

Altci a touiholioii Kicltlin ine t ii th the Soviet leadei.
Kei t;ed\ declared ihc aid Bc/hlien \ \ci re "optimistic l.hat
substantial progress toi uard thcse goals c-ould he achieved."


In a brinet -I ale ilent a I te the
extended encounter It a
hand e I le I e d Kre ml in
conference Itoom. KeInnedl
indicated tic and Bre/hnes had
conferred tr a wide rtanuc o
topics rcilatcd to, Sovitt-
Ameri,:an detente, Including
the thorn\ issue ott eillgration
tromt Russia
Kenntd\i on a one-wick
visit to tins countL i \, ,aid tic
had also discussed the Middle
I last situation I ultipe n
seC ll t\ ecton itL cooperation,
and tradc, China ,ind relationsl,
w i tll tc eloping coliiliies.
1ic and Brc/lne\. htie said in
his statelient issued ,At the
Ai mcriscatn I llhbass\ hereI
e \ptressd tice deep cIn
nit ient ot then countries
to manltaining peace bCe twe en1
them,. to thinking the armils race
tirmnll under control, and to
\\i 1 king tl productive
relations nII a lis,,t )I other
areas
'tic-i s I i
Bo t h w \ 'e ,ip l t iid '.' h e
said. "1 ,hat M1ih\,tit/it lal p1)rotgress
t J'L! s thCse goals could be

It \as i nd!e ,st td ihat tihe
optitl ,istl e'\p I'td In his,
state lit \\as no I Ia reference
to h tC itlU'est io i ,1 Jewi'sh
c illigil n iri on r, tihe S Ilet

The Kientlin's e itgatin
policies haI e l been C the basis ,)I
l S congressional opposition
which Kenned su"ippo)rts
to granting Russia tIrilt
c0)Ioncessions andi! imassiVc Ireditt
1 loans.
B i c / h n ci ditC on i
hobvcit,. to grant Ketnned\i

possible dttereiccs.I uIIndcilined
tihe So iieti' go\ernmenti ll 's
mlteres'it i Kenned\i l itiure
although h tlhe ,lenalot dc,.!l'd
Sunidal\ h is tn r int ient I ii i!
running r l th il' presidenC' nl

I a lile this Iont ll S
Con('iuit T.rec Sc retati I Iredeit.,k
Dent \kwas Ieci\ed tor o)il\ % ,,n
hour b, Bre/hnie\ and last
October Truca.sur\ Secretar\
G(eorge Shult/ got twko houIls.
(AP)


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BI l FAST A young man was shot
and killed Saturday in a Roman ('atholic
area oft Belfast. bringing the official death
toll to 1,.000 in nearly five years of
tcr riosml and bloodshed in Northern
Itcland
I ie tman's name and religion were not
mniecdiatel determined, authorities said.
Residents of the aiea said he was between
I and 20. and was found slumped over a
hedgCe in a ditch. Authorities said he was
shot twice in the head
Both police and the armn listed the
shooting on Belfast's western fringes as
the 1,000th death attributed to the
sectanan warfare between Protestants and
Roma, in Catholics.
neighborhoodd residents said children
playing in a nearby meadow heard the



I


ALFONSO Lopez
Michelsen, who has criticized
U.S. policy in Latin America,
has been elected president of
Colombia.

MALTESE Prime Minister
Dom Mintoff is to visit
London tomorrow for talks
with British Prime Minister
Harold Wilson and Foreign
Secretary James Callaghan.

SENATOR Hubert H.
Humphrey has joined two
other key Democrats in
calling for an income tax cut
to offset the impact of
inflation and "stimulate the
economy through consumer
demand."

ST. LUCIA Premier John
Compton announced the
dissolution of the House of
Assembly and the scheduling
of elections for May 6.


JACQUES Chaban-Delmas,
the Gaullist candidate to
become President of France,
indicated Paris may now be
ready to end its quarrel with
the United States.
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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan
Former President
Mohammad Ayub Khan. who
ruled Pakistan with an iron
hand for 1 1 years until 1969,
died of a heart attack
Saturday at his home. He was
67.
Ayub's body lay in state at
the Islamabad race course,
where thousands of Pakistanis
paid their last respects. He
was buried yesterday in his
home village of Rehana.
The former president, who
was forced from power in
March 1969 amid violent
street demonstrations
demanding a less
authoritarian rule. spent most
of the last five years in
seclusion. He stayed out of
politics and away from the
public gaze.
During his retirement,
Ayub never publicly
commented about Prime
Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto,
who took over the
government in 1971 after
Pakistan's embarrassing
defeat by India and the


emergence of Bangladesh
from what once was East
Pakistan.
In recent months it was
known that opponents to
Bhutto had asked Ayub to
lead an opposition
movement. But the one time
strongman declined, saying he
considered his political life
over.
Ayub, as commander in
chief of the army, seized
power in a military coup in
1958, claiming that he had


shooting and went to the scene near a
reform school The arnimy said a patrol
also heard the shots and ran to the ditch
to find the man shot twice in the head.
Police said the\ believed the terrorists
escaped in a blue car. seen speeding away
from the area moments after the shooting
and heading for the centre of Belfast.
A Catholic priest was called to give the
last rites in case the victim was a
Catholic but the man was dead when
the clergman arrived, residents said.
In addition to the deaths in Ulster,
thousands of homes, stores, offices and
factories have been blasted by guerilla
bombs, the greater part planted by the
Irish Republican Army, others by
underground groups on the Protestant
side.


Iron man


Ayub



dies in


seclusion

rescued Pakistan from
economic and political chaos.
"Our ultimate aim is to
restore democracy, but of the
type people can understand,"
he declared.
After 44 months of martial
law, Ayub ordered the
election of 80,000 local
officials who in turn gave him
a 95 per cent vote of
confidence and proclaimed
him the country's first
elected president.
Troubles began for Ayub


The death list includes infants in baby
carriages, old women, embittered
terrorists, young idealists who joined
their cause, scores of police and militia
and more than 200 of the British troops
called in August 1969 to keep the peace.
Police and the military admit the true
death toll is almost certainly higher.
Underground groups on both sides seek
to conceal their dead.
And the official figures do not include
"borderline" cases where an unsolved
murder might not be directly linked with
the basic feud.
The current troubles started with civil
rights demonstrations which led to riots
in October 1968. The first deaths came in
1969, and by 1971 the, province was
embroiled in full-scale guerilla war.


Artillery pounds



Mount Herrnon


ARTILLFRY fire pounded
strategic Mt. Hlermon today
and fighting erupted along their
entire Golan Heights front.
The Syrian command
reported it was hitting Israeli
antiaircraft missile bases that
were "moved up to forward'
positions last night."
The Syrians claimed their
artillery and tanks had
"inflicted heavy losses on
Cenem i il itar installat ions.
concentration points andl
antitank missile bases "
Israel reported artillery fire
against the Mt. lermon peak.
where Israeli forces have been
hfortifyitng a newv position for
the past O1 dass, had resumed
after a night lull.
A spokesman for Israel's
military command denied a
report bh unofficial sources in
Lebanon that Israeli soldiers


had taken a Lebanese hilltop
Sunday in the fight for control
of the mountain.
The sources had identified
the hill as Shahar, on a
southwest slope of the
mountain.
The military command in
Tel Aviv reported that in air
activity Suinday, the Israeli Air
Force had pounded Syrian
emplacements six miles behind
the front and drove off one
Syrian air raider.
Meanwhile, Egypt has
refused to meet with Libya and
Syria at a session of the
People's Council of the
Federation of Arab Republics,
the Cairo newspaper Al A.khbar
reported today.
No reason was given for the
refusal of Egyptian members of
the Federation parliament to
go to Libya for the meeting.


MAN HOLDS ALTAR


BOY AT GUNPOINT


('LIEVELAND About 50
persons sat stunned NesterdaN
as a gunman interrupted a mass
at St. Edward Catholic Church
and forced a 12-year-old altar
boy to pass a collection basket
through the congregation.
Police said the man held a
gun against the boy's head
before he fled with S20 to S30
'1 he gunniman interrupted the
mass by shouting to the
priest, the ReN Ras mliid It
Schiultheis. 44. that lie tineeded
nioney to stipport "a 2010
dollars-a-day habit -
Police said the gunman then
grabbed the altar boy. Edward
Moore, and forced him to
collect money from the
congregation mostly women
and children After the boy
handed over the basket, the
gunman counted the money.


and mumbled that it was not
i. enough.
lHe grabbed Edward around
the neck, pressed the gun to his
head and cocked it, police said.
"I froze," Father Schultheis
said "I couldn't talk. I thought
he would kill the boy."
The priest said he thought if
he would offer to pass the
basket again the man would
not harm the boy, but the
robber apparently decided
against waiting and put the
minoney in his pocket.
As he left the church the
g u n in a nman warned the
congregation not to leave for
three minutes.
Father Schultheis said he
had considered slipping out a
side door and going for help
but decided against it, saying
that he was afraid the gunman
might harm someone. (AP)


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AS BLAST

ROCKS

MANHATTAN
NEW YORK Forty
persons were injured today
when a gas explosion rocked
a 26-storey commercial
building on Manhattan's east
side, not far from the United
Nations, authorities said.
Most of the injured were in
an adjoining luxury
apartment building, the
envoy Towers, which also
houses the Consulate General
of Nepal and its U.N. mission.
Bellevue Hospital, where
most of the injured were
taken, reported that 33
persons were being treated
for burns and smoke
inhalation. A spokesman said
eight persons were seriously
hurt.
It was not known
immediately whether there
were any occupants in the
commercial building.
"It sounded like an
earthquake and I thought it
was the end of the world,"
said Maurice M. Dewalt, a
magazine editor who lives in a
building across the street
from the explosion.
"My windows were blown
inward and there is glass all
over my pillow and my bed,"
he said.
As residents were
evacuated from the Envoy
Towers, at least three dozen
persons, children among
them, were seen bleeding
from the head or body.
The blast buckled the
doors of some of the
apartments in the luxury
building and residents had to
break their way out to be
evacuated from the building.
Four mobile medical units
in buses were rushed to the
site from nearby hospitals.


in 1966 when he dismissed
Bhutto, then his Foreign
Minister, because he had tried
to build closer ties with China
and bitterly opposed Ayub's
settlement of the 1965 war
with India over Kashmir.
Bhutto went into hiding
but was arrested two years
later, prompting bitter street
fighting until the president
was forced to release his
political foe.
But the riots continued
with protesters demanding
government reforms,
including establishment of a
federal parliamentary sys-
tem.
Finally Ayub agreed to
step down and was replaced
by another military man,
Gen. Agha Mohammad Yahya
Khan, who quelled the
disorders.
Ayub, the son of a cavalry
officer, was born May 14,
1907, in Abbottabad in the
Himalayan foothills. He quit
Moslem university to join the
British Indian Army and later
studied at the Royal Military
Academy at Sandhurst,


but there was speculation that
it was a protest against last
Thursday's attack on the
military technical academy in
Cairo.
Egyptian officials believed
the attack, in which 1 1 persons
were killed, was inspired by
Libya. (AP)


THE Consul general of the
African nation of Sierre
Leone in New York Monday
filed a one million dollar
lawsuit in New York state
supreme court against
Madison Square Garden,
charging that one of its
guards punched him in the
eye, causing legal blindness.
Tinga Seisay, in his suit,
also named the guard,
Richard Puleo, as a
defendant.
He said he was struck in
the right eye in a dispute over
the parking of Seisay's car
between Madison Square
Garden and nearby
Pennsylvania (railroad)
Station on April 22, 1972.

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EDWARDS of Dundas Town, Abaco is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
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person who knows any reason why naturalization should
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written and signed statement of the facts within
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Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship P. 0.
Box N-3002, Nassau.


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I WAS

KIDNAP

VICTIM,

SAYS

HEARST

R OOMMATE

SAN FRANCISCO A
roommate of one of Patricia
Hearst's cousins says he was
kidnapped and held for several
hours last week by three men
who mistook him for William
R Hearst II, police said at the
weekend.
They said the roommate,
Van Bush, 31, was hazy about
details of the abduction and
would be asked to take a lie
detector test.
They said they had been
trying to reach him since
Thursday for further
questioning but could not
locate him.
Bush told police he was
accosted by a man with a pistol
as he left the apartment he
shared with William R. Hearst
11 a first cousin to Patricia.
who was dragged from her
home Feb. 4. The Symbionese
Liberation Army claims to
have kidnapped Patricia.
Police inspector Ralph
Brown said Bush reported he
was gagged and blindfolded but
managed to get his abductors
to look at his driver's licence
and convince them he was not
the man they sought.
William R. Hearst II is the
son of the late John Randolph
Ilearst. one of four brothers oft
Randolph A. Hearst, Patricia's
father.
Randolph Hearst. asked
whether he knew anything
about the kidnapping, said
"No I don't really. As I
understand it a flatmate of imy
nephew's was grabbed for
two or three hours.
"When they found out he
wasn't Billy, they turned him
loose." added Hearst. editor
and president of the Sall
Francisco examiner.
The police inspector said
Bush told police he was too
scared to remember details of
the kidnapping. He described
his abductors only as black
me n.
"it didn't ring too true."
Inspector Brown said "If
you're assaulted, no rnatter
what your status may be.
you're going to remember
something about the man who
assaulted you."
Bush said he was leaving his
apartment on Buena Vista
Avenue East about 10 30 a.m.
I'hursday when a man showed
him a .45-caliber armi
automatic pistol and ordered
him into a car at the curb.
Brosiwn said.
One man got behind the
wheel, the other two ranked
him in the back seat, Brown;
said Bush related. (AP)


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Ihr i0ributi
NULLIUS ADDICTS JURARE IN VERBA MAGISTRI
Being nound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
I FON F. l-. IPU('IH-, Publisher/Editor 1903 1914
SIR F FIFNNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 191 7-1972
Contributing Editor 1972.
1 ILEFN ID)I'UCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor 1972. -
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

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

Monday, April 22, 1974


EDITORIAL


The valley of tears


By ETIENNE DUPU'CH
GRAND CAYMAN. March 20th. I am constantly amazed at
the small events on which the course of history is turned.
As I told you it this column a couple of days ago, I am now
ecadnmu A I P 1 avlor's biography of Lord Beaverbrook.
O)n main occasions, alter bursting on the linglish scene, this
hnifliiit anid irrepressible Canadian played the role of a
"kingmaker".
1e l:id a ictless ,nind and so he was constantly engaged in
Mh ki in.m intrigues of one kind or another. Taylor records an
a:mitiinL incident at a meeting held in Cannes when a parrot had
the last \st rd.
After Christmas," wrote Taylor, "the great men gathered at
. .ints. Once more Beaverbrook urged a general election. He was
pvci iill\ supported b\ Worthington-lvans, the Secretary for
Wii
"It seemed that the proposal for a general election would carry
the dax. Then a parrot broke in from its cage nearby: 'You
blood\ to)li! You blood fool!'
"Ilh i mietiin broke up in laughter. The general election was


Di-atlis-,ction with the P.L.P. government in New Providence
duntii, the sumicit ot( 1972 seemed to be general and widespread
I \as, ii ttnouch with the Out Islands and so I could not
iid. tlie nmo-ld the people in the other islands.
I he P 1 P. had promised everything but had delivered nothing.
Amiin.it thert th'n-s. they had promised to bring down thlie cost
.; lii I, lc' had als, promised to reduce taxes.
InS.taid, ithe i st of living was steadily mounting, largely
'ci ausoe It cnwk and increased taxes imposed onil the people


'ion Ctemploymient in the islands when the
l t iititl iet it government five years earlier. By 1972
tic a.ll -ilpoi tait coniistiuction industry had collapsed as a result
of the iash and ill-advised immigration policies of the
ii)usermitnt I ncinplhioinent was widespread.
Ihic were ianyt ohert grievances against the government, any
onle oi which swotild have been enough to bring a government
down inii a sophlsticated society.
Fi' Opposition had "_'..d reason to expect victory, at least ini
\ciw Prvideince where people were fully acquainted with the
mis iiiana'lcineit of the government.
Thi Oppositiion F.N.M. picked tip only old U.B.P. seats that
had hccii handed ocii to them when the II.B.P. was dissolved.

I hlie "nlv thitip thai I think could have turned the scales for the
PI' P ui that election was the spell Prime Minister Pindling seems
able to cast over the people. And, of course, his wife campaigned
at his side And there is no denying the fact that she is a charmer.
Whethui ni\one likes it or not .... these are facts that must be
.ccptled ailnd icckoned with in any future election.

I ..it't jude what approach Mr. Pindling will take to hoodwink
the pcp,11l ien inutulne :lcctiois when it is more fully realized what
the, sc'tp into independence ma, mean for the Bahamian people.
Mrh. hliiiL. said hlie saw a grand vision of' thie future in
iidependencce t1) the Bahamian people. He didn't reveal what lie
saut ._oi did the people ask hinm to tell them.
Mi Pitidlinig said lie saw a great sight ....and that was enough f'i
a 11U ulting people.
I told theli what to expect. And what I told them to expect is
aliead\ happening all around them in the shape of inadequate
dfcences_, no sectinity and the need for still higher taxes to meet
the cos t oft iis laiingelous piece of human vanity.

Mr. Pindlinte has hinted broadly that the Bahamias will need a
bigger "navy".
Whime is thie mione coming from to build a navy and maintain
ai arn and ian toice which would follow as a natural
,ilseCqlii, ii.
As I have already pointed out, tlhe Bahamnas is incapable of
huildinii: tia nav\ and maintaining other forces needed to1
iadcluatel police the widely scattered islands that constitute the
Biiahamas a liipelago.


I have warned Mi t iPindling tof the danger of the security of his
r w govc' llieiilnt in building up aimed forces in Nassau.
In mlani pa its o tlie world today armies are doing what people
,cci unatible to do.
See what has happened in Grenada where almost tlie entire
population of tlie island turned against Prime Minister (airy.
Itliey took ileasuies t) move himn that it would seem no man
Lould have successfully resisted. But lie did. Several people were
killed., iany were injured. But Gairy came through the conflict
unscathed ....and hlie is still riding high in his island kingdom.
Oin the other hand, see what happened in Chile where
Salhadoie Allende had an army. When the effort by the people
tI i J to move Allende the army moved in and took over the
c.ointil,. Allende and many of his followers died in the coup.
There is a strong anti-left-wing movement in Central and South
America toda\ where right-wing leaders in the armed forces are
,',ulliowiiiig their elected governments and establishing military
rule.
A few years ago this almost happened to Dr. Eric Williams in
Trinidad. The army rose against him but the navy stuck with
the government and he was able to suppress the revolt.
Ethiopia was the last place in the world where a revolt by the
armed forces would have been expected. But it has happened.
hie March ItI tl issue of Time magazine reports: "Well-trained
by American, British and Israeli experts, the 42,000-man army is
a modern outfit with at least for Ethiopia modern views. Its
educated officers have long been unhappy about the appalling gap
between rich and poor and the inefficiencies and inequalities of a
feudal agricultural system."
This is the danger to any government of the P.L.P. kind today.
These men have risen to power on the ignorance of the electorate.
This whole pattern will change when armed forces are built up
in the islands, led by educated officers who cannot be fooled by
the empty visions of a political gymnast.
"Venerated by his people and respected by other African
leaders," Time reports, "Emperor Haile Selassie is still head of
state and a symbol of authority. But for the moment, at least,


We ain't tink it was go'be like disl


EDITOR, The Tribune,
Man, sometimes Ah tell ya
Br Dookie silly. What y' thinkk
he come t' ask muh? lie say:
"What dis 'ting d' papers
talking' 'bout --- real property
tax?"
Ah say: "Oh, y' does read d'
papers, eh? Ah ain't know y'
looking' for facts'? Ah thought y'
only did listen t' Missa Bettel
commentary."
Br Dookie say: "Ah thought
any kind-a property was real. If
y' could-a see it, it gotta be
real. But Ah kind-a mix-up wid
dis tax piece."
Ah see where Br Dookie
need t' be enlighten, so Ah say:
"Real property tax is a fine
dey does make y' pay jerry year
'cause y' crazy 'nuff t' want
own good house and furniture
an' 'ting. D' crazier y' get d'
more dey does fine ya. If ya
doan pay y' fine outa court,
dey does sen' policeman
looking' for ya an' y' get fine
twice. If ya pay first 'ting, dat
sweeten 'em up an next year ya
fine like Missa Churchill
bombs ---- bigger an' more
beautiful.
Dat time, Br Dookie show
muh he paper an' Ah see where
dey ketch all kinda people, like
church minister an' gub'ment
politishun who want get outa
helping' pay t' keep all we
ambassador rollin' 'bout in
swanky automobile wid
shower dress up in sodjer
clothes, an' pitching' big party
an' 'ting.
"Ah thought dem minister
can't preach 'nuff 'bout d'
country getting' better erry
day," Br Dookie say. "An dese
politishun, ain't 'tis dem like t'
make law say errybody gotta
pay tax? HIow come deN want
duck out now?"
So Ah decide t' tell Br
Dookie one little story. Ah
say:


"One time one little farmer
went t' he neighbour, big-time
farmer, an' he say: 'Neighbour,
Ah got plenty trouble. Muh
bull break loose an' he ain't
stop a lick till he get in your
field, ani' he jook hole in ya
horse wid he horn. D)' horse
dead an' Ah come t' let y'
know an' t' find out how much
y' tink d' horse did worth."
D' big-time farmer, he study
little bit den he say: 'Well, das
real considerate o' ya' t' come
let muh know 'bout mulh horse
dead. Ah gotta compliment ya
ton ya honesty. Ah thinkk d'
horse was worth 'bout t wo


hundred dollar. \hl kl n. ,
doan mind scithn lii
change like dal.t
So d' i l i i ii, i i !i
say 'Ah i real ph'ac d i ii k
erryting so qtuic i ni i t, .
an' Ah think s\ .! .
fair. Only linT, \h i \ i ,
excited 'bt lt d' ci. iiJ k 1 11 !,.';
dat. Ah gel ill mi\ iis p Aid ; i,.
it go. an' 'tis i, miI i i ,
hole in mry hti J' :,
dead.'
"Wass dalt.
big-time tarmer ( ;;N
dis t ow new li hl
Yeah. imall, \ .
what d' ne\t ic. k.
'til s' tr' s\ca' It -i,-' \
read where ()tic d.
bo s in d' ta i -
dese is cruel iit' \-, '. i
in now! lie sai h .i; ;.
wid gub'ticnt ni i; I. :;
looking' out ior di f "
taxi tinio)n l i,,.. i A t. ;
enlightln it 1' nd
time, in 1(iS98. di
mirage an hlie tool h \ .
lie jes seeC d trtlc-I! it:e'
it do h' e b.!i l N i 'i.;
make appointintiiil .d :
Steal Purkhimt s ilim '; \.
d' second at 'li.' [\I'c
All dat is inlt i: ,
bitl de n taxi hko-, hi', .:
d' tinecs I)e'e a,
tull 's NOW i :
tin es tot tlo j p ", ;
years. But d' ti, ,. : '
had timi t' iii .
riggin' up i noll ,i. ,.
price in ist i I' '
politisiun whs liii .
back from cut ipn \!
sudden, de c\s e 1', .i
switch-blade knilc .1
dey see sC c 'i 1re
lfunkan ) whcn i hlt '
It Ahll co ll -a l I
taxi bo\ N .A ', i.A 1
"Now, look. \itt'i .
I'la ini gul'iiI'lih ll :
k e tc l ln n o w ,. "( ii;,
he cousin anoitt !'
bruddcr-tin-l\aw I '\ :i
ic' ca nlll' t years an' tiakc' .1
union l V. W! .
treasui w\ ( )I Il '"

loller 'All d' wa'.i \\ lL i.
wa\ now ' i
when etri tii is ,
w a N o \ wNlo'\ dn ; I iii .
like da pic i I -l I
Abaco an spcin' uip ill .
an' a 't hall do .
torn hack. \ ti.. I :
jes as well 1 vump t i ,1 \
lick cow lil I h I


power in Ethiopia rests with, the military "
Thus a legendary absolute luler. who bhioe ti hi.' i : ,.i
titles of Lion of Judah, hlect of (od and Kiiim ot KT. h r. ;.
reduced to a mere figure-head in the liat on.

But let us get back to the subject I staitld i th ', I
down to write this article ....the small eveti s on \\ilo i : '
events in history are turned.
The recent election in Britain was not won s h au\ al\n,
in stalemate at a time when Britain ').'ecls soAiimco iii' t: ih '
the ship of state with pow.w i ito give it clci dhic iii L. i
down for the future. Until another election is h lie i i
will drift ini an eddying tide of indecision.
Tihe election campaign started well for thlie ('ori,-. i ,
were waging war on the crippling inil'ieic ,'\;,.- ,i '
nation for a long time by the labour unions t-dc.i. I .
leader of the conservative e party, was on a .ood \oik..'j 11t ;
convincing slogan when lie asked the nation "uWho is, ..I 'i
the country .... the government or the labour unions""
The whole issue turned on thle wages heing paid it. i i:i;,
The miners were demanding a higlet waie tiha thlii ii ,. i
the government for labour in Brilain in an efftoil t t I..
run-away pace of inflation that was ciipplirii tlIe iii, \ ,
nation.
The whole situation changed dramatically in ll. I. i.,
of the election when the Pay Board discoCeicd thl.ii u i. i
were not being paid three percent above the as\ei.;m. ii :
wage. as Mr. Heath had been led toI believe btli cl '! ii l.
below!
Wilson turned this terrible mistake to poold aoui! ,
cheers with the Churchilhan paiody that InC'.s ill t Ie.:
arithmetic had so stupid a miscalculation done Cso I, I !. .
to) so many miillions of people."
All the forecasts in this election weie th li c t t om' s-i ii\
would win. Everything pointed in that diirction l1i.' i ..
who are usually right in gauging the outcome oto i anil t elicti .,
odds in favour of the Conservatives.
It is now estimated that another election nuist cointc ciel,
end of this year and already the bookies are hackill, .i l.
victory 6-4.
By losing this battle with ihe labour unions and the pioi i
a Socialist government soon gaining contliol ol tthlie atl .;I
commanding majority in the House ol ('Comontlisi.
Britain's final step down the valley of teais.

We are using a U-Drive It car while we are here
We saw what appeared to be an English woman walkui i
town on a country road this morning. We slopped and 'igas Ill-,j
lift.
She explained that she had sold her car last week because si
and her husband were going to Australia this week.
In the course of conversation she told us that hl liusta nd vr-
here on some kind of British government job.
Her husband, she said, didn't want to woik lfot tle 1iiitsl
government any longer ....and so they were inmaking a cleal hn'. .
from Britain and will start a new life in Australia.
This is an example of what is happening to trained Bumtil
youth today.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
I have watched this famous island descending incontinenti .
fecklessly, the stairway which leads to a dark gulf! It is a fine
broad stairway at the beginning, but after a bit the carpet ends. \
little further on there are only flagstones, and a little further o,
still they break beneath your feet:-WINSTON CHURCHILL


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sirli Y' I ot It i ubNo I' sce sight
like dattt theln \ l all in av'
li iI' l)as hjt Ah get ifor
h)()kin uip while Ah ll mu\in' onl
So(). di)al I ', 1 n11 I t ib()\ do
iMtttin' I' btiuss up cis ,euuh'tnit
'ci)rdin' t' Mis',a I-d Bettel dis
d' ots Iub'incnlt we Cet It v'
isc dtis oni.e y' satls) if y'
ladd\ order iot..' tron laiti It
y' start t' kick up den. y' get
change nt( ground spider and
how y go' like dat'?
COUSIN ZEPH
I lcuthera,
April. 1 974


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e 1974 by Chicag Trihbne-N.. News Syd., Inc.
DFtAR ABBY For the last year, a co-worker in my
office has been nagging me to go out with her son, Richard.
I am 30 and her Richard is 35. I've learned from past experi-
ence that whenever a mother is overly anxious to date her
isr up-beware'
Shave turned down this woman's offer to be fixed up
.it' her Richard in as many polite ways as I know how,
but s:'e refuses to give up.
I- fairly attractive, and I'm not hard up for dates.
Iavn I'm foolish, but I don't care much for this co-work-
I 1 douht if any son of hers could have anything to
Hi:i can I get this persistent woman off my back once
anr.d fi a1." IRRITATED IN N. Y.
1 F\R IRRITATED: Richard's mother is making all the
owrtures. right" What do you hear from Richard? [He's
probably as turned off by his mother's eagerness to ar-
raige dates for him as you are by her persistence. Tell
'otr cti-worker that you're permanently booked. Period.
I:AR ABBY I've never seen a problem like mine in
viu clumrn I'm almost 26, and I'm still unmarried. I'm
wir-ied that I might end up an old maid. Sometimes I
wonder if maybe it wouldn't be better to just get married
to ary guy even if it ends in divorce so I could say I've
been married When a gal says she's 26 and never been
marry td people start to wonder what's wrong with her.
Miit's I m too picky, but I don't believe in shacking up
y ; iiy before marriage. I have lost more guys with
h .i;t ;titude, but I can't help it.
Are' t there any decent guys left in the world? I'm not


Tell matchmaker

you've got a full book

repulsive and I'm not dumb and I know I have a nice
personality. So why can't I get a guy? WORRIED
DEAR WORRIED: Every girl can get a guy if she sets
her standards low enough. Continue to be picky. It's not
true that it's better to be a divorcee than an unclaimed
treasure! Ask any divorcee.
DEAR ABBY: My fellow workers and I would like to
krow the proper name for a niece's husband.
Some say he should be called a "nephew." I feel he
should be called a nephew only to be polite.
Webster's dictionary defines nephew as "a son of one's
brother or sister," or loosely, as "the son of one's brother-
in-law or sister-in-law."
This backs me up, but my friends still introduce the
above mentioned as their nephew. Who is correct?
ROAD-RUNNER
DEAR ROAD-RUNNER: Strictly or loosely? Take your
pick.
DEAR ABBY: Is it considered proper to wear jewelry
with uniforms? When I worked at a supermarket we all
wore uniforms and were told that the only jewelry we could
wear was a wrist watch and our wedding ring-if we had
one. No earrings, bracelets or pins. We were also told not
to wear extreme hairdos and no gum chewing while on
duty!
I know a waitress who breaks all the above rules. When I
mentioned this to her, she said rules were made to be
broken. Please print your answer. This dame thinks she
knows everything. BLANKETY BLANK
DEAR BLANK: Each place of business employing uni-
formed personnel sets up its own rules. Unfunctional jewel-
ry is considered inappropriate with uniforms. Same for far
out hairdos, and that goes double for gum.
For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding,"
send $1 to Abigail Van Buren, 132 Lasky Dr., Beverly Hills,
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CLEMENT T. Maynard,
Minister of Tourism, is seen
presenting the winning
trophy to the 1973 Miss
Airlines World Beauty Queen,
Michele Freeman of San
Francisco. This year's event,
to be held September 18-24,
is co-sponsored by the
Bahamas Interline Club and
the Nassau Beach Hotel.


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Phone 5-2018
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SIl and contaiinine 1 -2.30 Acres
\1S1:, I alcolm ..Allottments astern
ihe Isand of Ne\v Providence.
NOTICE
S \i \1I RSI ( LA.\IMANTS
S ( harles I. John of the Southern
I' l d ot N'\\ Promidence in the
\\,..1il the l ahamas in respect otf
\ i, 'i.. Ic Iicel or tract of land contain in i
S it ii ul Malc lin Am llotmenl t in the
i I t)-'iKI A theilK Island otf Neov Pro ~id n.cc
I ( m l\c;iltl L ot' tlhe Bahamasi and
the lc .i li nd the propcrtl o(I
::. ll and rin lninl theron 753.92 tcct
id I R. cIcr\ llition and land the property
SA! li!i:i in ind running thereon 145 feet
'1 hi ,!ld Reservation Separatingi
Ssa N id to ibe the property, of Israel
-:.. rtd iiilnlle thereon (23 7(0 eet and
S. r R oad Resrci nationn Separatling it
I' d! 10i to he tlhe property\ of Sailipsoni
S i ;iitninlr tlereon )5 4 teet on the West
-' i,.' ,.l' Separcirl it ig Ifromin land
:'A iih .i B lie antl rtnni n .
S t |'t aind l n thie S iuthtl \ i land
I-I kI I ,nt L eri son anild rtnIin11
S 1 iii \'I 1 ti \S( Pe ctitioner in this
\ini t \\i icthe u nin mbere
S -.ilr itses ion oI thie said piece
Sa: 'i d ii liais tlde application to
ii ii th e Ba.ihanias Linder Section
S.. \t, 1 15) to ha e hirs title
j f 1 I orI track t ot land investigated
S...t. e t tlierel deterillined and
I ,ile t Title to be granted ll C
S'Ii'. I ( 'iii in accord ance \ th the
"ai d V I
1 11.. l plan i ai bel inspe' cted during
.1i ,! ..' il rs at ille tol, hm ing places:
S i ,,, 1 th1 e SupiiO -e e ( o Nrt. Ptiblic
S* ( ]l \ J tI \1ssa o Ce'aid,
r ( i, .v. K; h il' ndersigned Situate in
: ;J S, ilki'\ Hilldii on l the North side
B l t S .' in lie ('it\ ot) Nas.,sau ill tilhe
I a I ,,; \e', Il )\ idm ciicc.
S" i. i- ii \ l,, i\en thiat an\ persons having
,To%&; ,,w tiio l")o\er or an Adverse Claim or a
,lai iin o i re ignlised ii the Petition shall on or
-. i tl t. 141i cat of June A. I). 1974 file in the
'Wi' ik (oti iand sisle on the Petitioner or the
Ci inii l-''d .i Stl.i ent of his claim in the
i"..-n, hted tii \cvillired by an Affidavit to be filed
ih if t.itH. I1.llure oIt an such person to file and
, Si a SlJtenicnt lof his claim on or before the said
14th da\ ot .uime \ L 1). 1974 will operate as a bar
I,, Ii claim
i 11111, I ( GOTLItB & ZERVOUS
Attorneys for the Petitioner
The Bernard Sunley Building
Situate Bay Street in the City of
Nassau in the Island of New Providence.'


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
in a range of maturity dates, the earliest being repayable in 1975 and the latest in 1984. The total amounts of stock offered
respective repayment dates are given below.


Bahamas Registered Stock 1975
Bahamas Registered Stock 1977
Bahamas Registered Stock 1979
Bahamas Registered Stock 1982
Bahamas Registered Stock 1984


available
with the


$2,000,000
$4,000 000
$2,000.000
$2,000,000
$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
until the Stock is redeemed. Where Stock is issued subsequently to the 15th May 1974 the first interest payment will
regular interest day and the interest apportioned on a daily basis from the day of issue.


November each year
be made on the next


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 of
the Bahamas.
The Stock will be available from the Registrar (The Central Bank of the Bahamas/The Bahamas Monetary Authority P. O. 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 i,
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.


Revenue
Recurrent Expenditure (excluding contributions to
Capital Account and Repayment of Public Debt)


Capital Development


Year to 31st December
1970 1971 1972
$ $ $
91,625,831 89,027,498 103,529,932
86,544,530 90,285,559 91,974,079


20,522,833


12,297,774


10,525,196


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The Tribune - Monday, April 22, 1974
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The Tribune --. Monday, April 22, 1974


THE BAHAMAS SECRETARIES ASSOCIATION
Affiliated with the National Secretaries Association (International)
observes


SECRETARIES WEEK
For all Secretaries...The last full week in April...Since 1952
Wednesday of thisweek is highlighted as Secretaries Day


"BETTER SECRETARIES MEAN BETTER BUSINESS"


THE N.S.A. EMBLEM
is significant of its aims and purposes. Emblazoned
across the face of the emblem is the classic lamp of
learning, its rays lighting the world; the world signifying
that thl field is unlimited for the secretarial profession.
Stamped boldly on this emblem are the letters B-L
which stand for Better Learning, Better Letters.Better
Living


OFFICERS OF THE BAHAMAS SECRETARIES ASSOCIATION
Shown above are the officers of the organization who have guided the Secretaries through
another successful \ear. Left to right: Perky ('Brien, Treasurer: Lorraine Fraser. President:
Angela Haven, Recording Secretary: Sandra Albury, Vice President and Macic Hanna,
Corresponding Secretary.
N.S.A. Code of Ethics
Recognizing the secretary's position of trust, we resolve in all of our activities to be guided by the highest ideals for which
the National Secretaries Association stands; to establish, practise and promote professional standards; and to be ethical and
understanding in all of our business associations.
We resolve to promote the interest of the business in which we are employed: to exemplify loyalty and to maintain dignity
and poise under all circumstances.
We further resolve to share knowledge: to encourage ambition and inspire hope: and to sustain faith knowing that the
eternal laws of (;od are the ultimate laws under which we may truly succeed.


THE BAHAMAS SECRETARIES ASSOCIATION SALUTES THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
WHOSE OBSERVANCE OF CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WEEK THIS YEAR COINCIDES WITH OURS.


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The Tribune - Monday, April 22 1974
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SPECI AL.PLL-OUTSECIO


When the secretary takes the boss out to lunch..


IT ISN'T often that the secretarN has thef
chance to take the boss to lunch ibut this
turn-about is the highlightatto 19774 Secretarie'
Week which gets under way today
The luncheon will be held at the folidax
Inn, Paradise Island on Wlicdnesda. 'tartmi. iat
12 30 p.m
11/s. Ji'c'annh i 'Ol,'i':,, well known in tlt.e
Bahamian legal and literary worli i, ill h fhic
speaker.
The author of the "Satirncailv Speaking."
column which appears regularly in the
Guardian. Miss rThompson is partner in lhie
law firm of Isaacs. Jnohiison and Tholmpiiptps

Another drawing card for the ainniil t
secretaries' luncheon is the natminig o tihe


S't ', t !v L f )'ic a'dr
Last year's winner was Mrs. Irene Russell
who will hand over her title to another
secretary to be chosen by a panel of judges.
On the panel will be Mrs. Edith Turnquest,
if tice manager at the law firm of Dupuch and
rurnqitest, Mr. A. D. Farquharson, president
of the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce,
president of the Rotary Club of Nassau, and
managing director of Bahamas Tractor and
Equipment Ltd., and Mr. Ivern Davis, director
ot Physical Planning. Bahamas Development
(orpratiion Reservations for the luncheon
imav be made by telephoning 2-1323 or
2 3321,
The theme for the 1974 Secretaries' Week is
"lleter Secretaries mean Better Business" and


bearing out this theme will be the seminar
sponsored by the Bahamas Secretaries
Association.
The seminar will be held on Saturday. April
27, at the Teachers Training College from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m.
Miss Patricia Fountain and Mrs. Tina Cook
will be the morning speakers.
Miss Fountain, Director of Training for the
Bahamas Government, will speak on Self
Improvement.

Mrs. Cook, head of Business Studies and
Commerce at the C. R. Walker Technical
College, will discus New and Modern
Techniques. Questions, answers and discussion
will follow each speaker.


After a brief luncheon break at noon, ,
Richard Crawford will take the afternoon
session with a discussion on Human Relations
and Motivation
Mr. Crawford is a well known exponent of
adult education.
Also on the programme will be a display and
film put on by IBM Bahamas Ltd,




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Nine new members were initiated into the Bahamas Secretaries Association during a dinner last August in the Victoria
Room of the Sheraton-British Colonial Hotel. The new members hold candles and red roses just before being presented with
their BSA pins. From the left are president Lorraine Fraser who conducted the ceremony. Rosemary Hanna. Audrie Minttti
Ethlyn Wallace, Annamae Siewnath, Rosamund Shepherd, Aramintha Adderley, Gaylene Christie, Pauline Hinds and Vernola
Rolle.

KEY TO AN EXECUTIVE'S SURVIVAL


We congratulate


T!H BAHAMAS SECRETARIES

ASSOCIATION

on its celebration of

sECRETARIES WEEK

d on its continued work to
since the professional

attainment of
B-haamian secretaries


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The Bahamas Secretaries Asoctation \sats firmned in
1966. Shown are three past presuklncil xt l ihav't also hbecin
named Secretary ot the Year riiuf I thi ltit are Loutise
lHaven. Judy Richardson .idl (, N.'ii Ri id Piicture:
Toitgood s Photograph).


THE


BAHAMAS SECRETARIES

ASSOCIATION


FOR ITS


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ON BEHALF OF SECRETARIES

AND EXTENDS BEST WISHES
FOR A


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:RETARIES


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SELCRLTARIES' WEEK,
sponsored by the Bahamas
Secretaries' Association,
foctses attention on a very
important segment of the
Bahamian commercial world.
The importance of this
segment was stressed by
Bahamian businessman. S. J.
Aiufntir\ at the first official
function of the BSA. in
September 1 66.
Without a good secretary,
said Mr. Amoury, an


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S 'i. ., tiiirel s .t tile USA is attending the annual
S i t I il t ear's convention iwas held in Denver.
i : i id thi progranni e included discussions on
.-.. i, "; *i T'i ,liir: :ild parliamentary law, motivation. leadership
:*, lii i- ,j 'i %%.ier ,it the Pr," The delegitesAlso I disi ussed
', iiH .i- Ai p it li' :lla.1 r- and the efficient ust, it modern Itfie
Sn \ Jinc trti Nia.ssau were (fromi thi left) Brenda
ti. l .;. j I Iti lh" M hembrship i'o inm ittee; Bretda lDutalier.
i :! r'hi p iii t, Fin I .rraine I raser. president. Irene Russell
iir 'i t tli 1 t nl nlt tee, and last Sear's SecretarN oif the
," -;i Jr IJ *\liir\ i te president, and Perk. O 'nrien. secretary


executive could not survive.
Membership in the BSA
has increased 100 percent
since May 1973 and all the
newly initiated members are
involved actively in the
association.
A spokesman ftor the
association was enthusiastic
about the activities and the
membership.
"Through the efforts of
the Ways and Means
Committee. the association


has been able to finance four
scholarships at the C R.
Walker Technical College tor
secretarial training," she said.
"We also plan to give
financial help to three
executive members who will
attend the National Secret-
aries' Association convention
in Atlanta this year."
The BSA was actively
engaged througih.-ul the year
assisting charitable
organizations, said tIe
spokesman
This assistance was
administered by the Civic
Committee and those
organizations helped included
the Red Cross, the British
Legion, the Salvation Army,
the Bahamas Christian
Council. and the Indepen-
dence Secretariat during the
independence preparations in
1973.
"We also have an
Education and Programme
Committee," she said. "This
spotlights challenging ideas to
members at our regular
meetings where we have guest
speakers."
The Publicity Committee
establishes communications
and sends out information in


a news bulletin which P1'
out every month i!f : fh;
members

Another important '.-tin.:
of the association is thie Rt .i
and Byelaws ColIn'fMe;
which tends to updating th:
byelaws of the assoclt.il'in
The BSA offer sii nai
benefits to its mIcnilb' :'. It'h
than tlhe social 1
Members beconii bctte
secretaries through ..-'il,
tional. professional
personality developenil:i
They develop initaJir. Oi'
leadership thanks !I- '
various association pro"'.-V :
which they can take p'
They assist students'.
secretaries just startin't i i :
the field.
They share companii ,":1
with other secretaries. ','
similar interests
Any qualified sci.:.
mnay join the BSA Ib ',i
>ut an application tori!!
These will be avail.tbl
the BSA luncheon. :
Wednesday and it i!
seminar to be he!i'
Saturday.
They are also .'., Il '
writing to Box N- 0"'''
Nassau


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TO CONGRATULATE


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SECRETARIES ASSOCIATION
ON A YEAR OF PROGRESS
AND ACHIEVEMENT.

We applaud the Association for its goal
of improving and maintaining local
standards of secretarial professionalism.

Ladies, we salute you!



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The Tribune - Monday, April 22, 1974
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Secretaries Association



now in its 8th. year


MEMBERS of t.ie
S executive committee of
the Bahamas Secretaries
Association are active in
many areas of improving
secretarial services in the
;Bahamas. In the back row
S* from the left are Irene
Russell, chairman of the
Civic Committee and
Secretary of the Year;
Marina Dames, chairman
S.of the Ways and Means
Committee; Angela Haven,
recording secretary;
Brenda Archer, chairman
of the Membership
Committee; Louise Haven,
past president; Vicky
Grant, chairman of the
Education and Programme
Committee. Second row:
Macie Hanna, correspond-
ing secretary; Perky
O'Brien, treasurer;
Lorraine Fraser, president;
Sandra Albury, vice-
president; Kae Teskey,
publicity; Hortense
Harris-Smith, past
vice-president. Front row:
Gwen Reid and Judy
Richardson, both past
presidents and holders of
the Secretary of the Year
title. Photo: TOOGOOD'S
PHOTOGRAPHY.




"T111! BAHAMAS SECRETARIES' ASSOCIATION
which i is cclebratijg its eighth anniversary this year.
started ais most organlli/ations, start small. It began in
April 1960 when a group of secretaries headed by Mrs.
Ann Lowe. meit at the Sheraton-British Colonial Hotel.
The secretaries who attended that meeting wanted to join in a
coimmion bond of friendship and learning with other secretaries
throughout the world as well as to share experiences locally in the
I 11 role as support of management.


LIFE. certainly isn't ill work and no plaNy lo the members of the
Bahamas Secretaries Association. During a recent Valentine fashion
show and dinner. members showed off not only beautiful clothes but
their ability to show them oft beaIItifuolli.
The clothes were not designed tor office wear but they proved
beyond a doubt that there is far more to a secretary than is usually seen
on the job. PHOTOS: TOO(G(OODS' PHIOTOGRAPIIY.


GAY LE NE
CHRISTIE puts her all
into showing of this
wild print patio dress.
It's cool and designed
for swinging, sitting or
simply being admired.


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ONE OF THE activities of
the BSA is the constant
membership drive. In
February five secretaries
received their BSA pins.
Shown at the ceremony held
at the Nassau Beach Hotel are
(from the left) Sandra
Albury, vice-president,
Lorraine Fraser, president,
and new members Brenda
Pickstock, Beryl Gibson,
Debra Darville, Barbara Carey
and Sonia Brooks. Photo:
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Two meetings followed that
first gathering and the result
was the Bahamas Secretaries'
Association which is affiliated
with The National Secretaries'
A association (International).
This affiliation gives the
Bahamas' association the
prestige and benefits of
membership in the largest
secretaries' association in the
world with more than 32,000
members (including affiliates)
in some 31 countries outside
Canada and the United States.
The purpose of the
association is the elevation of
the standards of the secretarial
profession through a
continuing programme of
educational and professional
development
And it has very definite
ideas about what a good
secretary should be. "A
secretary shall be defined as an
execC utive assistant who
possesses a mastery of office
skills, who demonstrates the
ability to assume responsibility
without direct supervision,
kwho exercises initiative and
ludigienrit. ind who makes
decisions within thie scope of
assigned authority.-
The first official function of
the newly-formed association
was the initiation of charter
member ;and installation of
officers. It was held at the
Montagu Beach Hotel on
September 24. 1966. Mrs.
Lowe was elected president
with Mrs. Mickey Kimberk,
vice-president. Katherine
Granger, recording secretary:
Norma Barker, corresponding
secretary; and Mrs. Judy
Richardson, treasurer.
Thirty-eight charter members
were initiated.
Well- know Bahamia n
businessman Mr. S J Amour'
was the guest speaker at that
first official meeting. lie
stressed the value of a good
secretary by saying that an
executive "cannot survive
without one."
lie listed the niost important
requirements of a secretary as
ability, loyalty. courtesy and
patience
Today there are more than
50 members with many of
those 38 charter members still
very active in the association.
Currently, the BSA is in the
process of forming the Future
Secretaries Association which
will be an arm of the BSA
designed to extend the benefits
of the association to those who
are aspiring to be secretaries
but who have not yet qualities
for membership.


MARINA DAMES models a
handsomely printed patio skirt topped
with a long-sleeved, turtle-necked, figure-
hugging blouse.



SLOW AND SLINKY. That's the
theme for Vicky Grant's dance (at left)
and the slithery leopards used as the
design for her dress.


Our congratulations


to the BAHAMAS


SECRETARIES

ASSOCIATION

for its progress and programme in the
interests of increased business efficiency






TRUSI I CORPORAION OF IIHAMAS TIO.


We congratubte



ITHE BAHAMAS SECRElRIES


ASSOCIATION


for its accomplishments towards

setting higher standards for

secretarial proficiency.




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8 The Tribune - Monday, April 22, 1974


Trimming the trees


to loose the lines


BaTelCo's Line Plant
Maintenance Division recently
introduced a full time tree
trimming programme which
will not only reduce the
possibility of telephone faults
during hurricanes, high winds.
and heavy rains, but will enable
linesmen to tidy up overhead
wiring. he special wood
chipper reduces the cut
branches to wood chips.
enabling the team to work the
entire day without leaving the
work area to dispose of cut
branches
We appreciate very much the
cooperate ion of private
property owners to date in


carrying out effective trimming
operations. We will continue to
make advance contact where
work areas infringe on private
premises.

Picture from left: Leonard
Thompson, Supervisor; Roscoe
Davies, Sr. Supervisor Outside
Plant Maintenance; Aubrey
Curling, General Manager;
Errol Leach, Director of
Maintenance Control; Carl
Bethel, Sr. Deputy General
Manager; Reginald Saunders.
Executive Engineer: Ira
Roberts, linesman: operating
chipper machine is Lewis
Sweeting.


Tourism development conference slated


ONE of the most important
conferences ever held in the Bahamas to
develop tourism policy will take place at
the Emerald Beach Convention Hall April
25-26, the Ministry of Tourism
announced today.
The conference styled Inter/View
'75 will be opened by Minister of
Tourism the Hon. Clement T. Maynard,
and the occasion will mark the first
public appearance of the Bahamas' new
Director of Tourism, Mr. Basil Atkinson.
Inter/View '75 will be attended by
representatives of the Bahamas
hospitality industry, local businessmen
and unionists, and airline and cruise ship
representatives. In addition, all overseas
Bahamas Tourist Office managers and
representatives of the Ministry's
advertising and publicity organization will
be present. The meeting will be covered
by the local and foreign press.
Speakers from the Ministry will include
Mr. Atkinson and Assistant Tourism
Director Mr. John Deleveaux. Industry
representatives taking part will include
Mr. John Keller, president of the
International Tour Operators Association.
and Mr. Walter Sommer, president of


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update so.
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videotaped
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Mr May
on the sho
Less and
pendence,
and other
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appear on
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Princess Hotels.
Also contributing will be editors and
publishers of major travel magazines, such
as Mr. Hershcel Sarbin, publisher of
Travel Weekly, airline representatives
such as Mr. Jeff Dishongh, divisional vice
president of Eastern Airlines, and Mr.
Seymour Morris, vice president of the
Louis Harris polling organization. A total
of 16 foreign travel experts will be
participating in the conference.
Mr. Deleveaux, chairman and organizer
of the conference, described it as "an
interchange of ideas among leaders of the
travel industry and their predictions for
the next 12 months for tourism in the
Bahamas ... This is the most important
conference ever held in the Bahamas in
terms of developing our marketing plans
for future."
The conference was conceived earlier
in the year as a means of assessing the
impact of the world energy crisis on
tourism in the Bahamas. However, when
it became clear that the effects of the
crisis were not so severe as had been
expected, it was decided to expand the
size and scope of the conference to bring
together all those factors in the tourist
industry having a high priority interest in


THINGS 'LOOKING

UP' IN HAITI

FOR 'BABY DOC'


i o' lr m PORT Au Prince, Haiti -
[inister of Iourism
tr Maynard will Three years after becoming
then 'alitfornians President at age 20,
he Commonwealth Jean-Claude "Baby Doe"
visitors Duvalier has a firm grip on his
Ow, -Journey to job and things are looking up
- will feature the for Haiti, according to Haitian
its prime time April and diplomatic sources.
ver KHJ-TV in Los Tourists are back and the
he programme was economy is beginning to take a
in a New York turn upward. The 23-year-old
studio last fall. President is seeking ways to
nard is interviewed give the black majority a
w by host Gunther greater return from any future
discusses Indepen- prosperity.
But Haiti remains the
matters Aumber poorest country in the Western
matters. A number
mian entertainers Hemisphere, with a majority of
the programmeasits five million people earning
the programme, as less than S 100 a year.
I clips of attractions "The President is in charge,
mas. learning his trade and
w was telecast over becoming a real political
New York, in leader," one diplomat said.
and in other "The time of the beatings on
cities sin -e. the street, random arrests
without charges, killings and
the entering of homes after
M Ic toThe envoy, who asked not
GARDEN* to be identified, was referring
PET SUPPLY to Haiti under Francois "Papa
Doc" Duvalier, President for


Come to tle


Life. Papa Doc died on April
21. 1971 and that was the day
his son took over and himself
became President for Life.
A Haitian close to the
government said that while
Baby Doc is on the way to
becoming a political force in
his own right he still is only a
symbol of power in this
Caribbean republic which
shares the island of Hispaniola
with the Dominican Republic.
He added, however, that the
young President one day will
have the full political power
that his father had.
"In Haiti," the informant
said, "we say there are three
presidents at the palace."
One is Jean-Claude, another
is his mother, Simone Duvalier.
the widow of Papa Doc, and
the third is Paul Blanchet who
recently became Defense
Minister, the source added.
"Duvalier probably will not
attain full power until his
mother dies.


the Bahamas.
"The energy crisis." Mr. Deleveaux
said, "was the initial development that
caused us to take a look at the present
state of Bahamian tourism. But this
enlarged conference will allow us to
analyse the travel industry as a whole.
From this we can formulate appropriate
marketing plans to take optimum
advantage of trends in the next 12 to 18
months.
"We feel that it is not only important
for the Ministry to know and understand
what is happening in the travel industry,
but that the Bahamian community as a
whole should have this opportunity," he
said. "As a result of this meeting we will
be able to gear up our policies to take fill
advantage of the world situation."
Moderator of the conference will be
Mr. William D. Patterson, international
travel consultant and adviser to American
Express. Mr. Patterson is also author of
"The Big Picture," an annual evaluation
of world-wide travel.
Conference leaders will arrive in Nassau
on Wednesday, April 24. Mr. Maynard
will host a dinner for them Thursday
evening,


AWARDS FOR

YOUTHS AT

GOVT. HOUSE
Ihe Governor-General, Sir
Milo Butler, presented 13 Gold
and 22 Silver Awards to
winners under the Duke of
Edinburgh Award Scheme at
Government House last
Tuesday.
The Gold Award winners
were: Henderson Burrows,
Franklin Burrows, Victor
Chandler, Geoff Chandler,
Leslie Pyfrom, Robert Bartlett,
Helen Bartlett, Lenore Clumer,
Elaine Gray, Cypriana
Johnson, Margaret Moxey,
Lane Deveraux and Charles
Munro.
Silver Award winners were:
Melonie Halkitis. Donna
Darville, Geoffrey Sweeting,
Moira Cartwright. John Hilton,
Philip Hilton, Rory Higgs,
Larry Russell, Cheryl Price,
Joan Butler, Cecil Munroe,
Nancy Joss, Joselyn Darville,
Besus Plummer, Marina
Esfakis, Charlotte Albury,
Kolamae McSweeney, Rachel
Laney, Billy Allen, Ricky
Lowe, Ken Chaplin and Sean
O'Sullivan.


Variety show at Sheraton


THE Joe "Karate" Williams
Terrific Talent School will
present a variety show on
Monday, April 29 in the
Governor's Hall of the
Sheraton British Colonial Hotel
at 9 p.m.
Titled the "Night of the
Misses", the show is under the
distinguished pationage of
Deputy Prime Minister the
Hon. A. D. Hanna.
Taking part in the show will


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The Tribune -- Monday, April 22, 1974


NEW STAMP ISSUED are found

THE Postmaster announced applications should be made by The fish are found
hat on April 213, the Post post to reach him by April 22.
ffce will issue four stamps Order forms are available at THE Bahamas Government AT
d a souvenir sheet. The Post Office counters in New has given high priority to the FRATA AT W O RK
nominations will be 3c, 13c, Providence and Freeport. development of a fishing
4c and 18c, and the price of Forms may be completed and industry in its plants for the 'Nassau. Each trip is planned to This limited publicity has
e souvenirsheet willbe 48c left with thenecessaryamount economic growth of an cover a given area brought immediate public
First Day Cover envelopes of cash at these offices. independent country. systematically and stations at response and large quantities "
rirs15 each, are on sale at Any further information As a major step in the 10 mile intervals are set up to have been sold very rapidly.
General ost Office may be obtained by fishery plan, the Ministry of be fished at regular intervals. Traditionally the fish from
The Postmaster is now ready telephoning Nassau 2-3344, Agriculture and Fisheries At each depth the reels will small boats at dockside is sold
p 2-3348 or 2-3349. launched a three year joint be fished for a fixed time and in pieces. The project has .
accept orders, and project with the United the catch recorded according broken away from this practice
Nations Development to depth, size, area, etc. The and sells its catches strictly by
Opens 6:30. Shows Start 7p. m. programme in June of 1972 to fish are then gutted and packed weight at a fixed price per
See 2 features late as 8:45 explore Bahamian waters to on ice in the ship's hold. pound. This type of marketing
Exc'SIVE locate and identity com- Reel fishing involves the use has proved very popular with
S W mercially exploitable fish of a terminal rig of six tuna Bahamians.
NOW 1st. RUN! resources. circle hooks baited with The new types of fish to
"JONi':S" Al 7 & 10:30 The Wide range of objectives mackerel, squid or barracuda which the Bahamians have
"BOIT"T AlT 8-5 P.M. calls for the training of and attached to a long stainless been introduced, particularly
ENTER Bahamian fishermen: collection steel wire on the electric reels. the deep water snapper, have
j of biological data to assess the These lines are dropped by become very popular in
size of the resources in order to gravity with a 10 pound weight Nassau.
HE CLOBBERS THE MOB make effective policies; attached to the bottom of the The future appears bright
M AtiLne II LT improvement of marketing and rig. The vessel is kept over the for the development of an
distribution of fish, and planned depth for fishing with efficient and profitable
Advising Government on the the assistance of an industry
most suitable policies in the echo-sounder on the bridge. Snappers are hauled aboard,
development programme. When the lines reach above, and the rig is quickly
I PThe main tool of the project bottom, they are kept there for tossed back into the water for
7 w4/ f is the Nassau-based 58-foot a short period to allow the fish the 400-600 foot journey back
steel-hulled survey vessel to bite. The biting can be a to snapper depth in the ocean.
"Fregata," which is equipped detected by a skilled fisherman
ELD OV to carry out various methods by the feel of the wire against
A of fishing. The principal his hand. The line is brought
____ methods so far used in the up by throwing a switch,
,FIN-C AIR-CONDITIONI Bahamas have been with activating the electric motor to .
FREE TO FIRST 200 CARS electric reels fishing at depths bring the fish up rapidly.
of 400 to 600 feet for varieties These high speed reels
Sof snappers. relieve the manual strain on the
According to Mr. Eric fisherman bringing in his catch
Holliman, United Nations and reduces losses due to shark FOR 3 in 1
Director of the project, a good attacks. LAWN SERVICE
area will produce up to 50 The U.N. programme has FERTILIZE FUNGICIDE
NOW THRU THURSDAY pounds of snapper per reel per also become involved in the PEST CONTROL
Matinee 2:30 & 4:50, Evening 8:3'Phone 2-1004, 2-100 hour. Average weight of the marketing of the product by TROPICAL 2-2157
Matinee 2:30 & 4:50, Evening 8:30-'Phone 2-,1004, fish is five pounds. Electric studying the present
Clint Eastw oo d E reels allow fishing to depths of techniques and problems of
200 fathoms (1,200 feet) thus distribution to local
is Dip y Harr in I exploring the deep waters of consumers.
the banks have up to now been The study reveals that
M agnum Fe I beyond the reach of traditional although Bahamians are avid
Bahamian fishermen. Best fish eaters, the small quantities MOGARDENT
results have been at depths of at present available to them PET SUPPLY
400 to 600 feet. and the relatively high prices Electric reels aboard the'
Fishing by this method is have led to a rather low level of Electric reels aboard the
being conducted on the slopes consumption of fish con- U.N. research vesselFregata, Retailers start your week right
of the banks where the bottom sidering the historical affinities left, silently but swiftly brain
falls rapidly to abysmal depths, with the sea. Also, the needs of in fish from deep ocean waters, with
in some areas well below the catering and tourist trades WEATHER
FR 10,000 feet. have generally been met by
The deep water fish can only imports. Wind: South-easterly 12 to
Reseratons Not lamed i B Sold be caught on the sides of these The system employed by the 25 m.p.h.

Steep slopes, down to a depth Fregata is to quickly ice the Weather: Mainly fair, windy
!A.. of about 200 fathoms, so the fish so the condition of the and mild
correct positioning of the catch on return to vort is Sea: Slight to moderate
fishing vessel is vital. Often, normally very good. After it is Temp: Min. tonight 70
Last Day Tuesday Last Day Tuesday wind and current make it' unloaded at Nassau, the fish is
Matinee starts at 1:30 difficult for the vessel to work washed then sold retail at Max. tomorrow 84
Evening 8:30 Continuous Showings along a particular dropoff. Potter's Cay, where the ship
THE DON DEAD R from 3:00 The Fregata's sea-going docks. MOON
"THE DONIS DEAD" R. programme usually consists of Announcements are made
Anthony Quinn seven to 12-day trips, over ZN S RAdio advising Rises 6:20 a.m.
Robert Forster "THE depending on the area to be people that the fish will be Sets 8:08 p.m.
PLUSTHE covered and the distance from marketed on a certain day. New Moon 5:17 a.m. ALL PURPOSE
"SLITHER" PG. GREATEST STORY Ep dy Edu ti Sy GLUES
No One Under 18 Admitted EVER TOLD" G. Experts study our Education System
PLUS Late Feature Charlton Heston A TEAM of four prominent educators has arrived in the Bahamas to, advise the
uesy nig.Government on further measures to be taken for full implementation of theL
'Phone 2-2534 Max Von Sydow Government's White Paper on Education, it was announced Friday by the Hon.
ALivingston N. Coakley, Minister of Education and Culture.
El The team, comprised of Dr. recommend in detail schemes
NOW THRU FRIDAY James A. Maraj, Assistant to carry out the policies stated DISTRIBUTED BY
*Matinee Continuous from 1:45,1Secretary General of the .in the White Paper.
EvMatenineeg 830-'Phone 34666 Commonwealth Secretariat An examination will also be Iats cttaf*.r, Fs S MAURA'S WHOLESALE DEPT
Evening 8:30-'Phone 3-4666 Dr. Ralph Fletcher, Head of undertaken of the structure, SA!' MN MAAw M MU+ S *
NOW SHOWING AT 7 P.M. the Physics Department at St. organisation and management *7 4 SHIRLEY ST.
E WAS A LOER 'DUEL OF THE IRON FIST' Augustine's University; of the Ministry of Education
h forte .And at 8:45 ONLY Professor J. W. Greig, Professor and Culture with a view to
IiUitWU..l of Education at the University re-organising the Ministry to '
Irl-- !of Toronto; and Professor John more adequately discharge its
S l L T D. Turner, Professor in varied and significantly
Education at the University of increased functions, Mr.
"'r~ F Lnr ' '"'1, ,,Manchester, England, arrived in Coakley said. w i.
'I11 Nassau Thursday to begin their Dr. Maraj, who will head the
I .work. Mission as its chairman, served,
-Financed by the prior to his current
VAN HEFLINf Plus at 10:200ONLY Commonwealth Fund for appointment, as Director of
TECHNICOLOR "CHINESE CONNECTION" Technical Cooperation, the Education in the Common-
_wealth Secretariat and was
waon *oM,, *n..sl,,a,,ra*, AN ALLIEO ARTISTS RELEASE No One Under 18 Admitted mission will review progress
"made on the development of Resident Representative at
education in The Bahamas, and the 'Institute of Education at
the University of the West
I X1( _l -- Indies, Trinidad. He has
participated in conferences of
heads of governments as well as
in education in various parts of


SIthe world.
SDr. Fletcher has participated
in the evolution of the
'1 W Caribbean Examinations
SCouncil over the last few years.
i W He took part in the
Commonwealth Planning
M ini M ote faMh"a
SConference in Ghana, West
Africa, in March 1973. He has
U been involved in scientific
Research surveys in the
Caribbean.
"Now rProfessor Greig has
--conducted several surveys
throughout the Caribbean over
MODEL L-S200 Pthe past five years. He was a
MODEL L-S200 P. member of the team that .
conducted a survey in
es education in Guyana in January
SU00 of this year. He also presented
one of the lead papers in
teacher education at a
conference in Kenya last year.
Professor Turner has also
l served as Professor of
Education at the University of
SBotswana, Basutoland and
Swaziland for a number of
years. Before his appointments
in Africa, Professor Turner
SLBS.WASHR lectured on the staff of the
6 LBS. WASHER University of Exeter. His career
S .Gbegan in the Nigeria College of
O S comA Nu On E Art, Science and Technology.
U sArsnM r $ a Mgggg MSa o He was a member of the
British Delegation to the
Commonwealth Conference
Shield in Kenya a year ago. He
:.returned to England in January


reure to Engan in Januar


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The Tribune - Monday, April 22, 1974


CLASSIFIED


REAL ESTATE


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REAL ESTATE


I I


C14201
9 Single Lots off Carmichael
Road ranging from $4,500 and
$3.500. Contact Sidney
McCartney. 3-2377 days,
4-2614 nights.
C14202
BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom
house 1V2 baths, in Fox Hill
Subdivision. Contact Sidney
McCartney 3 2377 days,
4-2614 nights.

C14214
TWO LOTS ON CANAL AT
SEABREEZE with two
uncompleted houses, one up to
belt asking only $25,000.00.
GROVE, OUT WEST
Semi-hilltop lot with
uncompleted 2-storey house in
course of construction.
Anyone with ideas of building
a lovely home, this is it. Only
$40,000.00
GOLDEN GATES 3
bedrooms 2 bath house,
u n finished Asking
$35,000.00.
BUEN RETIRO 3 bedrooms
2 baths furnished 70 by 173.
Walled-in, walking distance to
Town. Only $37,000.00.
BUEN RETIRO 3 bedrooms
2 bath, plus ONE spacious
garage apt. furnished- income
both places $500 per month or
$6,000.00 yeai. eat inflation
become secure. Only
$48,000.00. With or without
terms.
PRINCE CHARLES have
FIVE BEDROOM HOUSE,
Patio, with Air, some furniture
and appliances only
$45,000.00.
DIAL DAMIANOS 22033,
22305 evenings 41197.

C14237
2 BEDROOM house, Johnson
Terrace, fully furnished, wall
to wall carpeting, large patio
$30,000. Tel 51905 days.
42463 after 6 p.m.

C14246
4 106 x 106 lots in private
walled in area known as "The
Farm" South Beach area, 4
minutes from beach by car,
private road, light, water and
telephone available, tennis
court, pool and deck, 12 lots in
whole area only $10,000 each.
Phone 5-5634.

C14256
LOT 50 x 100 with duplex
foundation poured. Situated
Fourth Street, Coconut Grove.
Lot 100 x 100. Situated
Nassau Village. $6,500 or
nearest offer.
1 acre Malcolm Allotment 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.

C14284
SEVERAL large waterfront
lots Eastern Road. Price from
$25,000.00
Large four bedroom home on
one acre of land Winton Estate.
Price $95,000.
Large lot Winton Estate 100 x
250 feet. Price under
$14,000.00
Large five bedroom waterfront
home with nearly 200 feet
beach frontage. Price
$130,000.
Call Bill's Real Estate 23921.

C14026
DAVSON'S REAL ESTATE
CO LTD
Certified Real Estate Brokers
Phones 21178 55408
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Nassau. Bahamas
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SMASHING REAL ESTATE
BARGAINS
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COMMONWEALTH
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SAN SOUCI
BLAIR ESTATES
GLENISTON GARDENS
WINTON
THE GROVE (West Bay)
SKYLINE HEIGHTS
NASSAU EAST
SEA BREEZE
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GOLDEN GATES
HIGHLAND PARK
PROSPECT RIDGE
WESTWARD VILLAS


CONDOMINIUM
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CIAL LOTS, RESIDENTIAL
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CARS FOR SALE I


I II 4


C14247
13,000 sq. ft. lot Nassau East
North. Biggest in subdivision
$11.000.00. Already cleared
off. Call 5-5634.

FOR RENT
C14024
COTTAGES and apartments
monthly aircornditioned,
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

C14013
2 BEDROOM duplex
apartment 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.
C14234
TWO-BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment, Ansel Building,
Crawford Street, Oakes Field.
Telephone 3-4999 evenings.
C 14238
MODERN attractive three
bedroom two bathroom
furnished house with
swimming pool, available for
long term lease. Situate on0
sizeable landscaped grounds in
the Grove just off West Bay
Street Tel 5-9403
C14230
MODERN attractive three
air-conditioned bedrooms, two
bathroom, finished house.
Available immediately on
yearly lease. Situated or,
Oxford Street, East Montrose
Avenue. For information call
24030 or 41173
C14264
ATTRACTIVE 2 bedroom
apartment, for immediate
occupancy Eastern District
Tel. 5-8481. (9 a.m. 5 p.m.)
C14275
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
C14287
COLUMBUS HOUSE, Shirley
& East Streets, CITY AREA,
approx. 4,000 sq. ft. Office
Space, convenient Post-Office,
Town Centre & Parking Can
easily be sub-divided into
smaller areas $4.00 per sq. ft.
CABLE BEACH, Efficiency
Apartments convenient
Shopping Centre, ideal for
Hotel Staff or Airport,
$175,000 per month.
CARIBBEAN MANAGEMENT
LIMITED. 28618, 28619,
21356 or your Real Estate
Agent.

CARS FOR SALE |
C14286
Budget-priced, A-I used cars.
Best value for your money.
1 9 7 2 LINCOLN
CONTINENTAL automatic
transmission, air conditioned.
stereo $6,500.00
1973 GRAN TORINO
SPORTS 2-door, automatic
transmission, air conditioned,
radio $4.500.00
1973 DODGE FARGO pickup
truck $3,400.00
1973 PONTIAC VENTURA
4 door au t o at ic
transmission, radio $3,500 00
1970 CHEVROLET MALIBU
automatic transmission air
condition $2,100.00
1971 FORD CAPRI automatic
transmission $850.00.
1971 MORRIS OXFORD
4-door standard $1,400
1970 FORD LTD air
conditioned, automatic
transmission $2.750.00
1970 FORD ESCORT
ESTATE standard $1,400.00
1970 VAUXHALL VICTOR
STATION WAGON 4-door
standard $800.00.


1970 FORD PICKUPtruck1 900
1969 FORD MUSTANG
automatic transmission, AS IS
$ 950 00
1969 TRIUMPH HERALD
$ 800.00
1969 BUICK SKYLARK
automatic transmission air,
conditioned $1,250.00
1969 FIAT STATION
WAGON standard $ 350.00
1969 VAUXHALL VIVA
standard $ 400.00
1973 CHEVROLET NOVA
automatic transmission,
airconditioned $4,800.00
ABC Motors
Collins Avenue
Phone 2-1031
OPEN MONDAY TO FRIDAY
8 am to 6 pm
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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.
C14021
1972 VOLKSWAGEN 1300
Sedans excellent condition,
radio, W/W tyres, low mileage.
Finance and insurance
available. Call 36611-2-3-4.
C14239
1971 MERCURY MARQUIS,
airconditioned, power steering,
power windows. Al condition.
Ideal for taxi. Phone 59342 -
53542.
C14235
1 COUGAR black and white
RX7 $5,500. Best offer. One
walk in Sauna Bath $700.
Phone 4-2872.

FOR SALE
C14268
One Couch ( Seats Two)
$50.00, Car Seat $10.00
Phone 54380.
C14252
SPECIAL SALE on Wedding
Gowns from $75 and up. The
Young Miss. Market Street near
Bay. Phone 2-3365.

C14248
1969 TRAILER covered truck
22 ft long 12 ft wide, just
overhauled. Ideal for trucking
company etc. $4,000.00.
Phone 5-5634.

C14252
SPECIAL SALE on Wedding
Gowns from $75 and up. The
Young Miss. Market Street near
Bay. Phone 2-3365.
C14257
HOUSEHOLD articles for sale.
Owners leaving colony.
Anytime, any day except
Saturday. Phone 57685.
C14277
INVESTMENT
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.
C14270
HONDA mini bike 70 c.c. Like
new $450.00. Phone 32651
after five.
C14289
650 TRIUMPH $600 Call
41719

MARINE SUPPUES
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 f;sh 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.
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.
C14281
19 ft. Craft with 105 h.p.
outboard and walk-through
windscreen. Including trailer,
skiis, etc. $3,000. Phone
3-1427.
BUSINESS \
OPPORTUNITIES .
C14265
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


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

SCHOOLS
CT4236 -------
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
,14000
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence
Phone 59805 between 7 and
8:30 a.m. or after 6 p.m. or


SECTION


SCHOOLS


II II HELP WANTED 1! HELP WANTED


THE NASSAU CIVIC
BALLET SCHOOL will
commence its Spring Term on
Monday, 22nd April 1974.
Classes in dance, acrobatics and
yoga. For information, please
call 5-2353.

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


CRAFT SUPPLIES

C14052
NOW in stock at Bahamian
Paint Supply, Bay Street:
* Clear Cast
* Decoupage
* Candle Craft
* Tissue Craft
Phone 2-2386, 2-2E98.

=Ong


C14007


TUITION


THE RAPID RESULTS
COLLEGE. World-famous
postal tuition for the GCE,
School Cert. and
Accountancy. Banking. law,
Marketing, Company
Secretaryship Examinations.
For details of our specialised
courses write for Free copy
of YOUR CAREER to The
Rapid Results College
Department. TNI Tuition
House London SW19 4DS.


C14285
C. W. Sands Enterprises Ltd.
now has in stock the complete
thirty nine volume set of
reference books including
World Book Encyclopedia
Childcraft and Dictionary at
reasonable cash price or easy
finance available. Call 27612.


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

CONGRATUIILATIONS
C14288
MOM AND DAD on your 20th
anniversary. Many Happy
Returns.
From: Linda and kids, Perry,
Peter, Wayne and Jackie.
God Bless you both.
Perry Sheldon Wells Scott.

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.


WANTS TO BUY

C14290
Rabbits
Pigeons
Doves
Please call Modernistic Garden
& Pet Supplies 2-2868.

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SAV'I SAVE M Y <

MEN'S BOYS' WEAR
ANTENNAS

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
OPTICIANS
BUSINESS FORMS Optical Service Ltd. 2-3910/1
Executive
Printers 2-4267/5-4011 PAPER

CABINET MAKERS Commercial Paper
House 5-973!
Commonwealth
Furniture 31120 PRINTING
Wong's Printing b-4tUb
CAMERAS
_CAMERAS Executive
John Bull 2-4252/3 Printers 2-4267/5-4011

ENTERTAINMENT RADIO & T.V. SALES
Movies Carter's Records 2-4711
Film & Equip. Service 2.2157 R
RUBBER STAMPS
GARDEN & PET Wong's Rubber Stamp
SUPPLIES Co. 5-4506
SUPPLIES
Modernistic Garden SPORTS GOODS
& Pet 2-2868
Nassau GardChampion Sport Land 2-1862
Nassau Garden & Pet
Montrose Avenue 2-4259 TRAVEL
Playtours 2-2931/7
HARDWARE R.H. Curry & Co., 2-8681/7
John S.George 2-8421/6 TV REPAIRS
HOUSE PLANS Channel Electronics Ltd.
3-5478
Evangelos G. Zervos 2-412 UPHOLSTERING
LAUNDRY o UPHOLSTERING
LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING
DRY CLEANING Eddie's Upholstering 5-9713
New Oriental Laundry 2-4406
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Shop Nassau Merchants


assa u, amas. SATURDAY 8 am t
Nassau.


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

C14212
BARCLAYS BANK
INTERNATIONAL LIMITED,
P. O. 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.

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

C14243
LABOURER Needed for farm
work $35.00 per week 5 day
week, 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Phone
34762.
C14280
AUTO MECHANIC. Must have
own tools and be capable of
working with minimum
supervision. Phone 23137 for
appointment.

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 bcard and room.

DIVEMASTER wanted for
Current Yacht and Diving Club,
to take complete charge ol
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.
O. Box N-88, Nassau, Bahamas
C14279
ASSISTANT MANAGER for
service station. Phone 23137
for appointment.
C14272
STUDENTS 15 to 17 years old
with artistic ability needed for
summer job employment.
References from art teacher
required. Call 5-1347 after 6
p.m. for interview.
C14250
CHARTERED ACCOUNT-
ANTS required by professional
firm. Write giving full details to
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co.,


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.

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. O. Box N4858,
Nassau or telephone 2-3783.


TRADE SERVICES

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

C14198
ODYr AWORK ND PAI


TRADE SERVICES


C14027

Pinder' CIstort

Brokerge Ltd.

Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU BAHAMAS
P. O. Box N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796
2-3797, 2-2798
Airport 7-7434
FREE ESTIMATES

C14197
RADIATORS
Re-cores and repairs stop by
The Nassau Repair Shop,
Mackey Street and Chesapeake
Road, or phone 24710-21716.
SERVICE GUARANTEED
C14001
T. V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes
apartments and hotels
Call 5-9404
WORLD OF iv1USIC
Mackey Street
Next to Frank's Place
C14022
SEWING MACHINE
PARTS AND REPAIRS
Island Furniture Company
P. O. Box N-4818, Nassau
Dowdeswell and Christie Streets
Telephone 21197, 23152.


JOBS C 14023
For fne best in quality and FOR your building needs and
service have your car resprayed CRANE hire see.
by The Nassau Repair Shop ISLAND BUILDER'-
Mackey and Chesapeake LIMITED
Phone 24710 21716.
FREE ESTIMATES. P. O. Box N 4559
Phone 31671 31672
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ANNOUNCEMENTS HELP WANTED
C15069 C15081
SHAWNEE Daily Service SECRETARY: Secretary to
between West Palm Beach and Purchasing Manager. Should
West End for Reservations call have experience in
The Grand Bahama Hotel (Ex. bookkeeping and familiar with
5) invoices and inventories. 5-7
years experience in
I REAL ESTATE bookkeeping and typing. Must
Sbe able to type at least 70-80
C15072 w.p.m.
Police record, health certificate
LOTSW LOTS-- LOTS- LOTS and letters of references
OWN A PIECE OF FREEPORT required.
We have lots of lots, INTERESTED PERSONS
Residential, Commercial, APPLY: GRAND BAHAMA
Waterfront, all around HOTEL, WEST END, GRAND
Freeport, Lucaya, Close in - BAHAMA. Personnel Office,
Ready for building, SELECT between the hours of 9 a.m.
FROM $2000 UP, Low down and 3:00 p.m. Monday through
payment Easy terms. Friday, Mailing Address: 158
SACRIFICED Port Road, West Palm Beach,
Because owners have changed Fla. 33404. Elon Martin, Jr..
plans, deaths, divorces or Personnel Director
repossessions J.S.R. REAL C15077
ESTATE, Freeport's First
Licensee, No. 5 Savoy TRAINEES REQUIRED The
Bahamas Oil Refining
Building, Pioneer Way, Box Bahamas Oil Refining
F-93, Freeport, 352-881 Company is seeking applicants
for its operator training
programme in SHIPPING
HELP WANTED DEPARTMENT. Successful
applicants will be trained in all
C15080 areas related to the safe and
Position available for Girl efficient operation of the Jetty
Friday, for downtown office. Platforms. The work involves
Requirements: Bahamian handling various types of
female only, with at least three foreign sea going vessels.
years experience in Banking, Meeting and working with
Stock receiving, Shipping people of many nationalities
inventory, and know how to Handling imports and exports
balance control. of crude oil, refined products
balance control. and related documentation-
Interested persons should write apnd elated documentaton
in own handwriting to Box Applicants must have
F-481. completed High School and
possess a minimum
C 15079 qualification of High School
ASST. MANAGER: Capable of Diploma. Preference will be
taking over full responsibility given to men between the ages
of Management when needed. 22 and 35 years old. Starting
Manage Sales; Group Bookings salary commensurate with
and Reservation Department. education, wor king
Supervise and train personnel background and age. This
for Front Office. position offers a challenging
HOUSEMEN: To assist Maids, and rewarding career in the oil
also heavy duty general industry. Qualified persons
cleaning of all public areas and requiring further information,
staff quarters of Hotels. Police should either write to, or call
Certificate required, at the BORCO. Personnel
KITCHEN UTILITY Office Monday thru Friday
WORKERS: To work morning between 9 a.m. and 12 noon.
or evening shift. Wash and Tel: 352-9811 Ex. 235, P. O.
scrub all kitchen equipment, Box F-2435.
floors, walls, iceboxes etc. 15
Must be willing to do heavy C15092
duty work. Health Certificate Job Title TWO
required. BULLDOZER OPERATORS
Apply: Personnel Department, Minimum Education Good
Oceanus Hotels Ltd. Royal basic education.
Palm Way, P. O. Box F-531, Minimum Experience- 2- 3
Freeport, Grand Bahama. years experience. Must be fully
qualified to operate D-8 and
C15084 D-9 bulldozers.
Live-in maid required for 80 Duties/Responsibilities -
Whymper Lane, Freeport. Operates bulldozer for
Required to take care of 2 levelling, road work,
babies plus 2 older children, backfilling, excavating and
Have full responsibility of moving materials.
children and housework. Interested Applicant Contact -
Bahamians only need apply. Personnel Department, Bahama
Telephone 352-7725, orCement Company, P. 0. Box
352-7087. F-100, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


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C15082
Catalytic West Indies, Ltd. P.
0. Box F-2444, Freeport,
Grand Bahama has job
opportunities available for a
Bahamian in their Refinery
Maintenance organization,
Freeport for the following
positions :- METAL
TRADESMAN Must have a
minimum of Five (5) years
experience in Refinery or
associated industrial plants as a
Boilermaker/Steamfitter. Must
be fully qualified Boilermaker,
with capabilities to understand
and carry out pipefitting and
pump repair work when
required. Boilermaker
knowledge required in
exchanger repair and tube
rolling, layout and fabrication,
tower and tray work, cutting
and burning and rigging and
erection. Experience with
Aqua Chem Desal Units and
Related Refinery Specialty
Equipment.
FIELD MACHINIST Must have
a minimum of Five (5) years
experience in trouble-shooting
and repair of all Refinery
Rotary Equipment, including
pumps, turbines, diesels, large
centrifugal compressors and
transfer equipment. Qualified
Applicants should reply to:-
Deputy Chief Industrial
Officer, Ministry of Labour,
Freeport, Grand Bahama
Island, Bahamas.
C15089
GENERAL MANAGER/
LAND DEVELOPMENT
Princess Properties
International Ltd., Bahamia
Division has immediate
opening for the position of
General Manager to direct
development activities relating
to its 2500 acre development
inclduing a replat of 640 acres
with a proposed 18 hole P. G.
A. golf course. These
responsibilities include
co-ordinating marketing
programs with selling
organization and including
establishment of world wide
brokers; engineering, including
development of roads, sewers,
water, telephone, electricity,
cable T.V. planning and design
of future housing projects.
Other duties include liaison
with company owned hotels in
conjunction with sales
promotion; providing cash flow
forecasting and long term
financial planning;
management of onsite
administrative office and
co-ordinating accounting,
Inventory release and deeding
with stateside operations.
Applicants should have 5 7
years experience in land
development.
Salary will be based on
qualifications and experience.
Please mail resume and salary
history in full confidence to
the above company, P. 0. Box
F-684, Freeport, Bahamas,
Phone 352-7411.
C15078
MONARCH Investment Co.
Ltd. Food Fair, P. O. Box
F-2416.
1- Market Merchandiser and
Supervisor. Must have at least
ten years experience in Retail
Sales, Meat, Dairy, Delli and
Seafood, Buying,
Merchandising, Projecting
Gross Profit and Percentages,
Supervisor Teaching and
Training.


HELP WANTED
C15087
Job Title TWO CONTROL
ROOM OPERATORS
Minimum Education -- Good
basic education. Minimum
Experience 3 5 years.
Duties/Responsibilities
Control raw and finish grinding
and burning process in
producing finish cement.
Interested Applicant Contact -
Personnel Department, Bahama
Cement Company, P. 0. Box
F-100, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C15088
Job Title X-RAY
TECHNICIAN
Minimum Education High
School graduate or equivalent.
Minimum Experience. 3 5
years.
Duties/Responsibilities -
Control, review, investigate test
results and make repairs to
X-Ray equipment.
Interested Applicant Contact -
Personnel Department, Bahama
Cement Company, P. 0. Box
F-100, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C15085
Need one auto mechanic with
five years experience in
repairing all types of vehicles
and auto airconditioning. Call
352-7049.
Need reliable mature woman to
live in and take care of family
of five. Call 352-7049.
C15093
Job Title TWO
ELECTRICIANS -
INDUSTRIAL Minimum
Education Good basic
education. Minimum
Experience 5 years
experience, preferably in
cement plant or similar
industry. Duties/Responsibili-
ties Inspect, repair install
and wire all electrical
apparatus, devices and circuits
of any voltage in cement plant
or assigned area.
Interested Applicant Contact -
Personnel Department, Bahama
Cement Company, P. O. Box
F-100, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C15086
Job Title TWO GENERAL
REPAIRMEN Minimum
Education Good basic
education. Minimum
Experience 5 10 years.
Duties/Responsibilities -
Inspects, repairs, replaces,
installs, adjusts and maintains
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.
Interested Applicant Contact -
Personnel Department, Bahama
Cement Company, P. 0. Box
F-100, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C15091
Job Title MOBILE
EQUIPMENT MECHANICS
Minimum Education -
Secondary Diploma in diesel
mechanics preferred, but not
essential.
Minimum Experience 5 10
years, Diesel Mobile
Equipment Mechanic.
Duties/Responsibilities -
Inspect, test, adjust, dismantle
and replace unit assemblies or
parts, and make complete
repairs to gasoline or diesel
powered equipment.
Interested Applicant Contact -
Personnel Department, Bahama
Cement Company, P. 0. Box
F-100, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


SCARROLL RIGHTER'S

45HOROSCOPE
S from the Carroll Righter Institute

GENERAL TENDENCIES: Make a fresh start
in formulating detailed and workable plans
through which you can succeed in your goals and desires.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr 19) A wise friend can give you
good advice on how to gain your practical ambitions. Use your
own good judgment, also Enjoy a sociable p.m.
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) Put yourself in expert hands
that have proved satisfactory before to improve appearance.
Then join congenials for recreation
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Some analysis of your
position with others shows you how to mend your fences now.
Complete unfinished small tasks Use time and energy-saving
methods.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Select recreations
enjoyed by others as well as yourself. Get into group affairs
that are worthwhile. Plan the future more wisely.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Gain support of higher-ups for
your aims. The evening is particularly fine for entertaining
those you like very much
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept 22) Put the best of your many
fine ideas in operation quickly Contact out-of-towners who
can bring your talents to the attention of important persons.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct 22) Get at the promises you have
made others to prove you can be relied upon. Do the practical
things that your mate desires now.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov 21) Straighten out matters with
an associate If you go along with the ideas of one who
opposes you, you make a good friend of this person.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) You can now do that
work in a most efficient manner, but discuss it first with
co-workers for best results. Take health treatments.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Get your wardrobe in
order for successful future business and social appointments.
Enjoy the happy recreational activities with friends you like.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) A different attitude at
home can now bring more harmony and love into it. An
invitation to an influential, good friend can give you wanted
advice.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar 20) You can accomplish far more
now in business and personally. Discuss your ideas with family
and relatives and something fine will come of this.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY. he or she will be
practical and should receive an education that will fit him or
her for big business Then this youngster can do much good
for the public in general, be a real boon to mankind. Teach
early to reach decisions quickly so others will not get ahead of
this child who likes to deliberate a good deal. Give fine
spiritual training early and supervise the early life carefully.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!



THE Make Yoo Very CBOSS-word. The one with no numbers and.
except for the first in ach section, no order to the clues. One
hint by compiler TIM McKAY: The seven-letter words will give
you a big dividend this week. Solution on Monday.
Tasty tropical fruits. (7)
Gem. (4)
Once agaIn. (4)
Diametrically different. (8)
Get your gun girl. (5)
Calamitous. (6)
Small deer. (3)
Clues Down
Mariners keep their eyes open
for this warning. (5-4)
Tasty dish. (5-4)
Cookln dish. (3)
Going baek. (9)
h ooks.
(7) UJ L6
Lids. (4)
Filer. (5)
For exam-
i ne- e s.
Clues Across Lar4. (3)
Work of top performers. (4, 5) Ne sprint.
Torso. (5) (5)
Felne. (3) Address to a
Couples (5) king. (4)
Dressed up for Ascot. (8) Anger. (1) lYetsrda's .oisuot


Winning

Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
TODAY'S hand fits the date, but
who will be the April Fool?
Will South make 44 or will
defenders get the better of him ?

S KQJ 9 6
A 10 8 4 2
West East
xK5 +*QJ 2
85432 ) A107
Q 9765 Q09 J 3
4 A 4 Q 10 9 8 6
South
A 10987643

K54 3 2
MOWNTRA 1T 4 : LEAD 0 8
Declarer appears to have three
losers only, two trumps and a
club, for how can defenders deny
him access to dummy ? M
South ruffs East's VA and con-
tinues with the 4+A and another 6
spade to West's +K. Whether or a
not the 4A is cashed, a red card
must follow, allowing South to
discard four clubs.
There is, however, an ingeni-
ous defence. On the +A West
throws the 4K and East the
4Q. Winning the second trump
trick, East exits with his 42 on
wtich West promptly jettisons
his 4.A Forced to play iutbs
from his hand, declarer ar:es two
down.
And yet, if two of the lowliest
cards in the pack were to change
places, the tables would be l
quickly turned. Transpose the
4 m2 and t3 and the contract
becomes foolproof, even April
foolproof.
rhe defence is as above, but
now, when East wins the fourth
trick and exits with the 43.
South plays the 42. East
remains on play-and takes no
more tricks.


Now, o you go Cheerio, Rupert, and second note he senses a whirlwind gathering
thanks for your help-" At Jack's words around him. It becomes stronger and
Rupert braces himself for the journey to stronger, lifting him off the platform, while
come bThen he blows the whistle, but to his Jack clings to a handrail to save himself
surprise nothing happens. you've only blown from going with it. "I'm off, Jack !" shouts
It once," Jack reminds him. "You have to Rupert. "Bye, byel" And King Frost's
blow twice to get back to Njtwood. Try castle dwindles as he speeds away through
another-," Rupert does so, and upon the the darkness. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


Chess [
By LIONARD GARDEN












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White to playv and mate in 3
one move. As usuallyl White moves '
up the bcard, from bottom to
the top of the page.
By popular request from
eolvers, today's Duzzle is a repeat
of what is in my opinion the
ideal chess diaram tfor April 1.
It was composed by Bam Loyd
after his friends grumbled that
his problems wer too difficult.
But they couldn't solve this
one-mover until Lo yd asked
them to set up the position on a
board-and then everybody (
found an answer.
Can you solve the puzzle from 0
the diagram and explain the Q
'Ystvr ?

Chess Solution
Loyd's April Fool pwuzle ha.
tine Black pawns. Take off any
awn rom the board to make a
egal position, and White can
checkmate in one. There is a
different mate according to
which pawn you remove.




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word must contain it lre
letter, and there must be at
least one elhtletter word n the
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REX MORGAN, M.D. Dal Curtis

YES---EXCEPT FO( IT'S FIVE -THIRTY I THOUGHT I'D HAS BRICE YES / HE WAS GOING
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JUDGE PARKER Paul Nichols
THE ALTERNATIVE IS FOR WE'LL DO YOU'LL GET A MEANWHILEJUDGE, I HAVE
ME TO STAY IN PRISON, JEAN! WHAT HE CALL FROM HIS A THEORY AS TO WHY STRAND
CLEVERLY MANIPULATION SAYS, BROTHER ERNIE! WOULDN'TTALKTOTHE
M16 SISTER INTO KARL! FOLLOW MHS DISTRICT ATTORNEY!
BELIEVING HIS INNOCENCE, INSTRUCTIONS!
KARL WAKEMAN EXPLAINS
THAT HE HAS NO CHOICE
BUT TO MEET LEFTY
STRAND'S DEMANDS!










APARTMENT 3-G By Al Kot


STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD


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The i tribune - Monday,/April 22, 1974


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I 1ON SWFI'I ING. awarded
a 36 handicap from blind holes
came through with a net o6
yesterday winning the New
Providence I)ivision of the
Bathamas (;olt Association
bonanza tournament played at
the Sonesta.
('arding a gross 102 on the
par 72 coiirse. Sweeting made
his highest scores on the holes
that counted most the 3rd,
4th. Sth, 12th, 16th and 18th.
Ilie scores shot on those
holes' were totalled and
multiplied by three. From that
total was subtracted the par of
the course (72)
Bill Bonaparte who collected
a 24 handicap on those holes
also scored a 66 but had to
settle for second place after a
draw that went in Sweeting's
favour.
D. Linett's 36 handicap and
his 103 gross brought him a
third place net 67.
Beryl Higgs topped the
ladies division with a 64 from
her 97 gross and 33 handicap.
Nona Wallis was second with a
75 She shot a 132 and was


"DEVELOPMENT through Discipline"
has been chosen as the theme for this
year's Bahamas Amateur Basketball
Association's second annual convention
which will begin Wednesday night in the
Ch'irchill Suite of the Sonesta Beach
Hotel.
The Convention will last through
Saturday.
Participants in the convention will
include two delegates from each
memberclub of the B.A.B.A. as well as
cther individuals members or otherwise
- who to a great extent influence the
local sports scene. The public is invited.
The topics and substance matters for
the four night agenda are wide and
ranging.


awarded a 57 handicap.
Young Shane Gibson was at
the head of the juniors
shooting a net 53 for top
honours. Therone Sands was
second with a 70.
And yet, the top golfers did
not fail to shine Big three
handicapper Jim Duncomrbe
shot a strong tour-over-par 76
to win the sole gross award.
Three strokes behind was
all-B G.A. four handicapper
Robert Slatter.
Though he admitted not
being at his best. Duncombe
was one-under-par after eight
holes but bogied the par four
ninth for a front nine 36.
The back nine played havoc
with his game. His second shot
on the tenth hole flew into the
lake forcing him to take a
stroke penalty. He ended with
a bogey two on that hole.
Having parred the I Ith, Jim
birdied the 12th bringing him
to just one over. However, the
par 4 thirteenth and fifteenth
and the par three sixteenth
proved too much for the
veteran golfer. He picked up a
stroke each on those holes.
Besides having to battle
against a 15 mph wind, Slatter
just could not get his game
together over the front nine
which he ended four-over-oar
Slatter shortened the back nine


"It is hoped that participants and
observers will be informed, matters will
be discussed and meaningful resolutions
will be formulated during the Convention
that will contribute to the betterment of
basketball and sports throughout the
country," a B.A.B.A. release said.
The format as presented is di-;inctly
divided into various catch, . s. On
opening night, papers will be pi tnted
on current social problems that inii ; ee
sports.
On the second night, two future plans
at a national level from both Government
and B.A.B.A. will be revealed.
Night three will encompass those issues
that can be termed controversial but vet


Bucks bounce


back for


revenge win


By KERRINGTON
WILKINSON
\ I\lNt, pitcher Stan
Smith and Dave McKlewhtte
combine for 1 strike outs
while giving up six hits enroute

to Heineken Stars' 10-t victory
over Phil Francis and his
Classic Bucks Saturday night in
the first game of a double
header at the Queen lli/abeth
Sports Centre.
However, the Bucks
yesterday bounced hack to
humiliate the Stais 15-2 in the
second game.
Runs by Fddie McQuay and
Lowell Culmer in the first
game gave the' Bucks a 2-0 first
inning edge before the Stars
ratalated in the bottom of the'
third taking the lead 4-2.
In thit lead inning. Stars'
1 i filde(k I'aniy Jo t hsIon
walked. (olln Knowles singled
then short stop Ronald Smith
sacrificed them into scoring
position
Willie Thomipson was safe on
an error hy third baseman (;len
Cooper filling the sacks for
Bunny Albury who slapped a
single to right field culminating
in four runs on a three base
error by Iddie McQuay giving
Heineken the two run lead.
Barry Carroll was K'd to end
the third inning.
Freeport Bucks mustered
three runs in the fourth and
their final tally in the fifth
inning came off Stan Smith
who aided Dan McKlewhyte in
the top of the fourth.
Heineken Stars now behind
6-4 going into the bottom lof
the fifth saw lead off batter
Panzy Johnson at second base
on a single and an error by left
fielder Wellington "Dino"
Dean.
With one out Ronald Smith
fanned but got first base on a
pass ball. First baseman W:'ie
Thompson then double driving
in Johnson and Smith with t''e
tying runs.
Second ba ....i, Bumimy
Albury walk .- then Willie
Thompson scored the game's
tie breaker ,on a pass ball
before the Stars were put
away.
Heineken Stars round off
their scoring with one more
tally in the fifth and two iI the
sixth frame.
In the second game winning


Ben Rolle
Glen Cooper.


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is out by a mile being tagged by t


pitcher Fddie "Joe BIlack"
McQIuas twirled a ti\k' hitter
while hanging outi thlee hits in
four plate appearance
contributing to the Buc"ks
victory\
A two out screaming double
hb McQuay plated short stop
Andrew Burrows and left
fielder Wellington Dean with
the winning andi insurance runs
in the second inning itimomncts
before McQuay was thrown
outlt going back to lhild hba.s
after heading limie presuming
that it was hall f0o11 witllh the
bases loaded.
In other games played over
the weekend. Becks Bees in the
eighth inning scored four runs
two of which came from pinch
hitter Robert Sawvyet's rbi
single giving them a 13 -
victory over Carroll's IFood
Store in a game that was
suspended

D)el Jane Saints' 4-1 victory
over St. Bernards Saturd.ia
clinched a three wa\ tie for
first place in the ;senior league.
This tie could he broken
tonight when the Saints meet
co-first place holders (itibank
Chargers.


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byi one stroke ending with a
3'i
I le third round of the
men's international trial event
takes place on Saturday and
Sunday at the South Ocean
The Ladies' C.M P. trophy trial
event will be staged on Sunday
in conjunction with the men's
trials.
Sco res from N esterdas 's
tournameiit: I SI\retinil 66, B.
Benjamin -hb. W Smith 77, 1
Howorth 69. BB.Benjarnin 87.
B. Slater 70. I Higgss 83. B
Smith 72. V. tProsa 70. R.
)Dumont 72, Helbturin 68. )
Butler 76, A. Wallis 80, C.
Cooper 82, R. A. McS\weenef
72, W. Patiton 78, M. Stuhhs
76. C. 'oitier 76, S. Sas\'er
70, M. Falor 72. E. (ibson
91, L. Parker 68 L. Best 73.C'.
Saunders 78, C. Knowles 71,
H. Bethel 73, G. Knowles -76.
A. Tufr 82, M. anetta -75, D.
Linett 67. A. Newman 75, W
Wisdom 75, S. Symonelte 77.
G. Ellis 72, J. Dumcombe 73.
T. Lunn 74,C. Lunn Jr. 72, D.
Lunn 81, 1. Adderley 77, t1.
Roberti 77, (; Scaly 73, A.
Johnson 72, J, Virgil 76, J.
McFadden 84, W. Wennick 76.
J. Alhury 74. B. P'inder 76. R.
Cooper 81.


very important to the sta of sports
in this young nation.
The final night will devote itself to a
great extent to business matters (e.g. the
draft, elections of officers, the financial
report, resolutions and adoptions etc.)
In Wednesday night's session which
begins at 7:30, the president Mr. Vince
Ferguson will give his address which will
be followed by 'drug abuse in sport and
society in general,' by Dr. Tim
McCartney.
The responsibility of the police will be
discussed by the Commissioner of New
Providence; 'gambling influence in sports
and society' by Mr. George Mackey and
'discipline in sports and society' by Fr.
UDadley Strachan.


Leeds
on top
LONDON Standings in
the British soccer league after
Saturday 's games
I)ivislnllI
I leds 41 41
I ineril 39 55
Ipsswicht 41 47
licrl.x 41 46
u iiiles 40 43
Stoke 40 42
(lueenl's V'. KRaltvrs 39 42
I 1ertin 40 42
Leicester 3') 4(
\\l iverhamptolli 40 39
S3i\rs i l 3
n Sihefield U. 41 34
,tanchester (itl 41 ,I
N i Nrcastle 40 17
lilea 41 .17
I) ttn a U) '17
(Coentry 41 .1
,e.s t liaim 41 .3
Sothtallhmptoll 40 31
Bit nlinghal 40 3.3
IMir chiii 'liair t .12
S Nolrv, ih 0 2'
li i0 n 2
ddhlroh 41 6:
it Iuttn 40 49
Bla kpiool 41 47
( Irient 40 41
irtlisle 40 4
NOtigham I. 40 4
S tlelald 40 4
tlBrom i, b h "41 41
Boltmn 41 42
ILL. I l ithall 41 42


tlltila lll 42

i'heit fl iet 45
,reVr hlitnn 4.1
'1 ost r, 4
( ,llhn glitin 4,

Itur1 44
Nrtl.lllhamptI.I n 43


Sil hi st, I rlu-
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third baseman etI 319 49
Ititeer'. 31 42
ihi ernian 30 42
Aherdei n 1 38









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