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(Registered with Postmaster of Bahamas for postage conceastons within the Bahamas.) Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper
VOL. LXXI, No. 127 Wednesday, April 24, 1974 Price: 20 Cents


Bahamasair name new chief-


MR. PRESLEY E. ELSWORTH III,
(pictured) former general manager and chief
operating officer of British West Indian
Airways, has been appointed as the new
general manager of Bahamasair. board
chairman William Allen announced yesterday.
Mr. Ellsworth, 46, succeeds H. Max Healey,
who abruptly left the company six weeks ago
after an alleged disagreement with the board.
A former lieutenant commander in the U.S.
Navy, Mr. Ellsworth is a graduate of the U.S.
Navy Pilot Training and U.S. Air Force
Aircraft Maintenance Management School. He
also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in
engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy in
Annapolis, Maryland.
He studied chemical engineering at Colgate
University in Hamilton, N.Y. and at the Ohio


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Pan Am







lays off







25 more

TWENTY-FIVE MORE members of Pan American World Airways' Bahamian staff
have been laid off as the airline moves into the final stages of shifting its
U.S.-Bahamas service into low gear.
Ptn Am's Nassau-Miami service, which has been steadily reduced over recent months to one
daily light, .ceased entirely on Monday for an indefinite period.


On the same day the airline's
'reeport-New York service wa-s
S cut from tive to two flights
wee' :.I it will be
suspended completely on May
11.
That will leave Pan Am in
the Bahamas with the daily
New York-Nassau-Rock Sound
round trip as its only scheduled
service, in addition to
occasional charter operations.
At its peak last year Pan Am
had 42 scheduled flights into
the Bahamas each week.
Staff reductions began on
January 7 this year with the
termination of 19 members of
the airline's Nassau ground
stallf. A few of those were
subsequecitli rehired, PAA
Bahamas general manager Max
J. Gurney said today, but 21
more Nassau staff members
were let go on Monday of this
week, leaving the total number
of ground staff in Nassau at 23.
That is a 62 percent drop
from the pre-January total of
about 60.


go-ahead

AN A(;GREM ENT' vas of thi
signed Tuesday between the America
Bahamas Goveinment and the negotia
United States of America by existing
External Affairs Minister Paul the two
L. Adderley, and U.S. at a def
Ambassador Ronald I. Spiers, In t
extending United States tourist
customs and immigration have ir
preclearance to commercial arrivals.
flights between Nassau and the years t
United States of America. concern
Although preclearance in the over t
Bahamas has been in existence security
to a limited degree since 1959, precleat
the original arrangements did Bahama
not constitute a formal
agreement between the two In
Governments as the Bahamas Congres
was not then an independent a fact-
state. Nassau
At a time when the annual agreene
tourist figure was 244.258 and principal
only 141.331 of that total and leg
were air arrivals, the United worked
States government and the The
Bahamas government arranged number
the existing preclearnace commer
facilities by an exchange of U.S.. v
letters. charter,
Since Independence on July Nassau.
10, 1973, the Government of In a
the Commonwealth of the Washin
Baharrmas and the Government Departm
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fn Frmtepoi t, the services of
four of the 11 Pan Am
employees have already been
terminated, and the balance
will lose their jobs when the
Freeport-New York service
ends early next month.
The local cut-backs both in
staff and in service, Mr. Gurney
has repeatedly emphasised, is
pa t of a worldwide
programnie of retrenchment
that became necessary because
the economics of many routes
were adversely affected by
spiralling fuel costs under the
impetus of the energy crisis.
Whether Pan Am's
U.S.-Bahamas services will be
expanded again in the future is
dependent largely on the same
economic factors that led to
the reductions, and is a matter
of uncertainty: no dates for
resumption of suspended
services have been set.


Ue united States of
a have been engaged in
tions to formalize the
, arrangements between
countries and to arrive
initive agreement.
he years since 1959,
figures to the Bahamas
increased to 1/2 million
Slowever, during these
here has been growing
n in the U.S. Congress
he adequacy of the
ty in all their
rance operations in the
is and elsewhere.
February. 1973 a
ssional Commnittee sent
finding delegation to
and at that time an
'nt sas reached in
e with only technical
gal consideration to be
out.
U.S. will increase the
of its personnel so that
cial flights entering the
whether scheduled or
will be precleared in

statement issued in
gton, the U.S.
lent of State said that:
United States and the
s (have) concluded an
nt for the continuance
earance .. The result is
d to be more efficient
peditious inspection of
ers and baggage."
agreement will remain
e for five years after
t may be terminated by
party on giving two
frittei. notice.


The Freeport-New York
service is suspended, with the
approval of the U.S. Civil
Aeronautics Board, for the
period May ll-December 15.
Any Pan Am bid of resume
services before Dec. 15, or to
extend the suspension beyond
Dec. 15, will have to meet with
CAB approval, Mr. Gurney
confirmed.
The Nassau-Miami service
has been suspended under
different circumstances. Mr.
Gurney said they can be
resumed virtually at any time
if Pan Am sees resumption as
an economically attractive
prospect.
However. Pan Am's view of
the viability of the
Nassau-Miami service, Mr.
Gurney said, could be
influenced by the CAB's
decision on a Pan Am
application to open a domestic
non-stop service between
Miami and Los Angeles.
With that route in operation,
Mr. Gurney indicated, Pan Amn
might want to take advantage
of potential California-Baha-
mas traffic by reopening the
Nassau-Miami service*
He said the application for
the Miami-Los Angeles route
was filed last year, and a final
CAB ruling is expected "before
the end of this year."
Despite the cut-backs, Mr.
Gurney stressed, "Pan
American is still very much
alive in the Bahamas."
He added that Pan Am's
efforts to find jobs for the
displaced employees has, with
the co-operation of the Labour
Ministry, been successful.
He said all of the 19 persons
let go from the Nassau station
in January have been relocated
in new jobs, as have been the
four Freeport employees
already terminated.
As for the "second wave" of
employees terminated in
Nassau on Monday. he said.
because of initial indications
and "with the help of our fine
colleagues in the airline
business, I feel confident and
optimistic that we should be
able to relocate them all
gradually, eventually"
The Bahamas became Pan
Am's second overseas
destination 46 years ago.

CABARET TIME

THE Film Club's first
showing is to be held 8 p.m.
Friday at the Blue Vista Hotel
and not Queen's College as was
previously announced.
The film being featured is
"Cabaret" starring Lisa Minelli,
who won an Academy Award
for her role.


rsity and did post graduate work in
at the University of Lausanne,

rienced pilot, Mr. Ellsworth has
* than 6,500 flying hours. He is in
of an FAA Airline Transport Pilot
is a designated naval aviator.
he was appointed vice-president of
and Engineering for Universal
Michigan. From 1969 to 1971 he
resident of Operations and
for Purdue Airlines at University
ayette, Indiana.
sitions in the airline industry have
ce-president of Maintenance and
for Lake Centre Airlines in
, Indiana and director of
control for Alleghany Airlines in
Pennsylvania.
Commenting on Mr.
Ellsworth's appointment, Mr.
Allen said he was confident
that the new manager would
bring with him the expertise
that would be fully utilized
and appreciated at
Bahamasair.
The ten-month-old airline
has been plagued with
financial and administrative
difficulties since its inception
in June 1973.
In addition to escalating
fuel costs, the company has
also had to deal with
demands by the Airline Pilots
Association for a revision of
the airline's salary structure.
A two-year contract with
the pilots was signed earlier
this month, retroactive to
February 1.
The new general manager
comes to Bahamasair from his
duties with BWIA, which is
wholly owned by the
Trinidad and Tobago
government.


POLICE HOLD


MAN AFTER


SHOOTING


By SYDNEY DORSETT
CRIMINAL Investigation
Department authorities have
arrested a man for questioning
in connection with the Sundas
night shooting of Ilaitian
national Immanuel Jean
Jean, the victim of a
reported hold-up attempt was
shot dead while accompanying
a female friend along the
poorly lit Peach Street in the
Mackey Street area.
At the time of the incident,
they had been returning from
the home of a fellow laitian
The two had gone there to
have a letter written to their
relatives at home in Ilatit.
reports said.
The man being held toi
questioning is expected to heb
charged short ly.
Police termed rr. i ,.,' "
reports that the man was also
being detained in connection
with the murders of Leonard
Johnson and Viola Murray.
Both Johnson, a Lyford (as
Company truck driver and
Murray, a (;ambier house-mnlaid,
were found dead as a result of
shotgun injuries on April II in
the Bo/ene Town area, off
Harold Road.
Inquiries are still continuing
into the double murders,
authorities said.
The two killings, along with
the shooting of Jean, were part
of a two week crime filled
period that extended to


- Televideo men


Errol Fry (left)
ISLE Tele video
International (iTi) which is
seeking television rights in the
Bahamas, today announced
the names of the company's
management.
A statement from the
company said that the
co-inventors of its seven
channel colour television
Forbsat system have accepted
active roles as officers of the
corporation.
Scientist-engineer Albert
H. Bieser was elected
chairman of the Board and
Bahamas resident and iTi
business consultant Errol Fry
was elected president and
chief executive officer, both
positions previously being
temporarily held by Nassau
attorney Roy Henderson.
The board re-elected Mr.
Henderson as corporate
secretary and Mr. R. Eugene


and Albert Bieser
Knowles as executive
vice-president and general
manager.
Mr. Bieser holds several
patents in the electronics
field, including principal ones
in use by a number of airlines
and oil companies.
Mr. Fry, co-inventor of
Forbsat, concluded 15 years
tenure with IBM as the
director of special systems
programmes in their World
Trade headquarters and has
subsequently been associated
with Mr. Bieser in directing
the development and
extension of advanced
technological activities in the
U.S. and Europe since 1964.
Mr. Knowles retired last
year after 30 years service
with the Bahamas Tele-
communications Corporation.
Prior to his retirement he
served as the Corporation's
general manager.


Pinder's Point, G(rand Bahama
where Det. Insp. Henderson
Norville was tatally shot April
1 1.
And a woman, arrested
following a stabbing incident
Sunday that sent Feaste Lane
resident Willard Rolle to
hospital in serious condition. is
expected to he charged
sometime late with his death.
Roille. 51, injured during an
argument between himself and
the woman, died in hospital
yesterday.


Accident

victim

dies
A 14-YEAR-OLD youth,
struck down along
Independence Drive Monday
morning died at the Princess
Margaret Hospital shortly
after his admission becoming
New Providence's fifth road
traffic victim of the year
Charles Higgs of Peardale
was involved in an accident
with car NPY 325. which was
driven by Mr. Eugene
Robinson of Farrington
Road, police reports said.
Road traffic authorities
also reported a total of seven
accidents taking place on
Tuesday with two involving
slight injuries.


Sour news



for the


sweet tooths


CADBURY chocolates are
scarce in Nassau today and
some retailers are sold out with
no prospect of getting any for
at least another two weeks
Besides the recent short
work week in Britain which
depleted stocks the shortage
locally is mainly due to the
loss of an entire shipment due
to storm damage while crossing
the Atlantic.
Mr. Brian Thomas, general
manager of Nassau Agencies.
importers of Cadbury
products, confirmed yesterday
that there is indeed a shortage.
because production at the
(ad4ury factory in Englane
plUnged during the three-da
work week thai ended only
with the (Conservative
Government's election loss to
Labour at the end of February.
The shortage in the Bahamas
particularly was made even
more acute b\ the loss of an
entire shipment due to damage
suffered in a storm during the
trans-\tlantic iourne. Mr
Thomas said.
lie said he expects to have
his deple ted supplies
replenished in "two or three
weeks if, I sa\ if, the ship
runs according to schedule.",.
Right now, Mr Thomas said,
his conmpanii has virtually no
stocks of mediuimi and large
chocolate bars, packages of
assorted chocolates or tins ot
nut chocolates
I here are shortages in a
number of other product lines
as scll lie said there are
sufficient stocks on hand of
only three t\ pes ot products.
I he stocks of the
approximately 37 other
product lines he carries are


either totally depleted or in
short supply.
There was also an acute
shortage of seasonal chocolate
Faster eggs, he added.
He said difficulties in
replacing depleted stocks began
before Christmas.
He said although Cadbury,
with an "essential food"
classification in England, was
able to continue a five-dav
work week despite the energy
crisis, the factories that
produced Cadbury's packaging
materials were limited by
government t decree to only
three days of operation a week.
With a shortage of packtag
material there was a
corresponding shortage of the
chocolate products themselves.
lie said the local situation
was aggravated in February,
when on a London-Bermuda-
Nassau run the vessel
"Christien Bolteni" was caught
in a severe storm.
Aside from the "squashing"
that would have made the
chocolate cargo useless for
sales purposes. Mr Thomas
sa d, the chocolate was also
contaminated by broken glass
and plastic containers and
their contents Dettol
antiseptic and Phospherine
Tonic Wine.
The entire cargo, thousands
of dollar-: worth, had to be
destroyed on arrival, Mr.
Thomas said.
He said he is expecting
another shipment "hopefully"
in two or three weeks only
because his emergency order
was placed on top of all others,
due to the fact that the earlier
shipment was destroyed in tran-
sit


Trial told of

'national trauma'


NEW YORK John N.
Mitchell's lawyer charged
Wednesday that the federal
conspiracy trial of the former
Attorney General was a
political prosecution
"engendered in the heat of a
terrible national trauma."
The lawyer. Peter Fleming
Jr.. in his summation to the
Jury said the government had
not shown that Mitchell and
co-defendant, Maurice H.


'Abolish pension plan' move


DENIED the information
they need to reach any other
decision. Bahamas Electricity
Corporation employees
contributing to a pension plan
aie nine-to-one in favour of its
abolition before the National
Insurance scheme comes into
effect, the Engineering and
General Unica declared.
Union president Dudley
Williams said the monthly-paid
workers concerned are afraid
that without early negotiations
for an adjustment in their
contributions to the
superannuation scheme, they
could end up making payments
to both the private pension
plan and to National Insurance.
He said that as the workers
do not have enough
information on the
contributions to and benefits
from National Insurance to
make a proper decision, "it is


the wish of many of those
concerned that the BEC
scheme should be abolished
and that all should make onl\
one payment, into National
Insurance.
"In this case, the workers
would like to get their
contributions as well as those
paid by the employer, together
with the interest."
He said negotiations to


resolve the problem have been
called for bN the union, but so
far without result.
lie warned that "if there
cannot be an equitable solution
through negotiation we are
afraid that real trouble cannot
be averted
"One thing is certain," he
added. "Whenever National
Insurance is introduced a raise
in pay must follow."


Stans, former Commerce
Secretary tried to fix a fraud
case in return for a 1972
political contribution
lie said that in fact the fraud
case against financier Robert L.
Vesco, which Mitchell and
Stans are accused of fixing, got
worse for Vesco from the time
they allegedly got involved.
"This must be the only fix case
in modern times, or ancient
times or bibical times, when
the payoff is made in April and
everything gets worse,"
Fleming said. A massive civil
fraud case was brought against
Vesco in November '972.
Mitchell and S:ans are
accused of impeding a
Securities and Exchange
Commission investigation of
Vesco in return for his secret
$200,000 cash contribution to
President Nixon's campaign.
The defendants, who quit
the Cabinet to run the
campaign, are charged with
conspiracy, obstruction of
justice and perjury.
Fleming's summation
followed one given by Walter
Bonner, who spoke for Stans
for nearly five hours Tuesday.
Assistant U.S. attorney John
Wing, the chief prosecutor, was
expected to follow Fleming.
The case should go to the U.S.
district court jury of nine men
and three women on Thursday
after a charge an explanation
of the relevant law by Judge
Lee P. Gagliardi.


HOUSEMAID

CHARGED

WITH

MURDER

I LLI AN RILEY,
43-year-old C(omfort Stre.
housemaid arrested hy police
otliicers Sunday in connection
with the death of Prince
lay lor. 39. was yesterday
charged in the magistrate's
court with murder.
The woman was remanded
in custody until May 17 by
Ch ief Magistrate Wilton
liercules for a preliminary
inquiry to be opened into the
charge against her.
Taylor, 39, was a Ministry of
Health street-cleaner. He died
after the stabbing, the result of
a quarrel between himself and
the accused.

TOP BOSS
THE BAHAMAS
Secretaries Association -his
afternoon chose Rev. Edwin
Taylor as their boss of the
year.
The announcement was
made at their boss and
secretary luncheon at the
Holiday Inn, Paradise Island.
Rev. Taylor was nominated
by his secretary Mrs. Marie
Murray, secretary of the
district office of the
Methodist Church.
The bosses chose Miss
Rosemary Clarisse Hanna as
Secretary of the Year. She is
secretary to the president of
World Banking Corporation
(Bahamas) Ltd.
She was nominated her
boss Mr. R.D. H. Wilmer.

Kiwanis

visit
THIRTY members of the
Kiwanis Club,- of Kingston,
Jamaica, will he arriving in
Nassau tomorrow morning lor
a brief visil with the Nassau
Kiwanis.
The Jamaicans will be
inter-clubbing wi t the Nassau
Kiwanis during the group's
regular luncheon meeting at the
Sheraton-British Colonial
Hotel. The lunch will be a
Ladies Das.
In the evening the Kingston
Club will be guests of the
Nassau Kiwanis at a cocktail
party to be held at th
Gleneagles Hotel.
During their visit the
Jamaicans will present a gift to
Prime Minister Lvnden
Pindling on behi f o! famaican
Prime Mini-i. r N;n-rm I
Manley. The prcsenta'ion will
he made in the Prime Minister's
offices.
Life peer
MR. BASIL WIC(ODFR.QC,
a former C('hairman of the
Liberal Party in England. and a
first cou sin to Nassau lawyer
Ralph Seligmana has been
created a life peer
He is one of three new life
peers recommended by Prime
Minister Harold Wilson after
cons illat ion with Liberal
Il.eaeL' Jeremet Thorpe to add
to the Libeial Parts's debating
str -tngth in the House of Lords.
Mr Wigoder. 53. was the
first Jewish chairman of the
Liberal Parts since the war.
holding the post from
I19631 5 LIts le took silk in

CORRECTION
In T he Tribune report
Tuesday on the special service
held at Christ Church
cathedral l on Sunday for the
dedication of the fountain
and the blessing of the sunken
gardens in the church grounds,
it was wrongly stated that Mr.
Cyril and Miss Doris Horracks
paid for the fountain in
memory of the late Mrs. Claire
Condon, a long-time English
resident of the Bahamas. The


report should have said Mr.
Cyril and Miss Dora Horracks
paid for the fountain in
memory of Mrs. Clarissa
Condon.
Mr. Geoffrey Jone.s did the
lighting.


A REMINDER TO
CUSTOMERS
PLEASE COLLECT YOUR REPAIRED
ITEMS IMMEDIATELY!!


J DUDLEY'S c a,


Bank with



E Barclays


Preclearance


SHIPPING WEATHER
Arrived today: Grand Turk Wind: North-west to
from Miami north-easterly 12 to 18 m.p.h.
Sailed today: Grand Turk Weather: Partly cloudy
for Miami; Joma for Sea: Slight to moderate
Jacksonville. Temp: Min. tonight 69
Max. tomorrow 82
TIDES
High 9:42 a.m. and 10:06 SUN
p.m.
Low 3:34 a.m. and 3:35 Rises 6:43 a.m.
Pp.m. Sets 6:35 p.m.


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Vorster poised for victory at South African polls


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star George
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stole a fur
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American ev
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World to be
title, charged
that Best
apartment an
worth of fur
But ti
Indianapolis
appear at tw
hearings and
today.
"As this
received a
publicity, I
emphasize tha
court without
character," i
playboy was
magistrate
Court.
He ordered
expenses to
public funds.
Miss Walla
steady girl i
driver Peter I
killed in a
South Africa
When she
her title in M
of the conte
been giving
wrong image


London
Montreal
Toronto
Vancouver
New York
San Francisco
Los Angeles
Chicago
Miami
Buenos Aires
Rio
Athens
a& Rome
Paris
Berlin
Amsterdam
Brussels
Madrid
Stockholm
Lisbon
Tokyo
Hong Kong
Honolulu
Tehran
Seoul
Bangkok
Taipik


Graaff led the United Part.
defeat in the last four general clet...
and is widely expected to resign .1
crushed again at the polls.
lhe progressive Party conceotiih
its campaign efforts on the claimi,'!.,,
it can offer "effective opposition,"
Somic experts, including
Minister Vorster. expect an e...
new party to evolve after,, ,
which would include some o( the ,r
liberal United Party followe)tI
like-ntinded refugees from i,
Progrcssive Party.


Banker

kidnap

hoax

probe


MIAMI Bank official
Albert Dantzler, who last week
RED said he was kidnapped and held
for ransom, is being
H EFT investigated in a possible
JEMl" M extortion hoax, a source close
British soccer to the kidnap investigation
e Best was said.
ay of charges he "Dantzler is the subject of a
coat and other criminal investigation," the
m the London source told the Associated
orld of 1973. Press.
allace, the first An assistnat vice president
'er named Miss of City National Bank of
ter the first Miss Hallandale. Dantzler called the
stripped of her bank at 9:05 am. Friday and
last November said he was being held for a
entered her $60,000 ransom.
d stole $13,800 He was found unharmed
*s and property. early Saturday on a Fort
he blonde Lauderdale beach and later
model failed to told police he had escaped his
vo earlier court abductors by jumping from a
was not in court boat into the Atlantic ocean
and swimming to shore.
matter has The banker's car was
good deal of discovered by police nine
think I should blocks.away from the portion
at you leave the of the beach where he was
t a stain on your discovered. A police officer
the 27-year-old said Saturday that salt deposits
s told by the on the car revealed that the
in Marylebone auto had not been there for
more than a couple of hours.
d Best's defence The Federal Bureau of
be paid out of Investigation, heading the
probe, would not comment on
c h t the allegations against
ce had been the D ,z e
frien rac Dantzler.
friend of racing Police originally said that a
track crash in package containing $60,000 in
last month. $10 and $20 bills was placed in
was stripped of a trash receptacle not far from
larch, organizers the bank.
est said she had But the source told AP that
the title the a dummy package, contianing a
abroad. (AP) note to the alleged abducters,
was used instead.
S"The note said that their
demand for the money within
MIN F MAX a half hour was unreasonable.
41 55 cloudy It was suggested that if they
41 57 rain contacted us again, we would
37 45 rain
43 57 clear make every effort to
57 72 cloudy accommodate them," the
46 54 rain source said.
54 64 clearoudy No further contact was
73 81 cloudy made with the alleged
70 81 clear abductors.
64 88 clear Dantzler, 43, speaking from
48 S clear.oudy a hospital bed Saturday, told
41 57 cloudy newsmen that he was abducted
39 54 cloudy late Thrusday night.
36 50 cloudy Asked to comment on
41 64 overcast speculation that the abduction
42 66 sunny
28 36 overcast might have been a hoax,
36 50 cloudy Dantzler said: "I wish they
46 68 sunny (the police) had been with me,
54 72 clear I could have used some help."
68 79 clear
70 84 cloudy
61 75 clouds
57 64 cloudy
84 86 cloudy Austria
64 82 sunny


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FRANZ JONAS, 74, a
typesetter with no university
degree whose work as a
socialist activist carried him
to Austria's presidency, d!-d
today. He was reported
suffering from cancer.

Oil action
THE SHAH of Iran urged
western governments today
to take action against oil
companies using the energy
crisis to make excessive
profits.

Tax windfall
BRITISH labour unions
got notice of an unexpected


rain in several areas.
With a "Nat" victory seemingly
assured, analysts said battles in about
20 marginal constituencies could
determine the type of parliamentary
opposition desired by the electorate.
The main opposition United Party
campaigned vigorously to overcome
the effects of an intra-party split
between Conservative elements and a
reformist wing. Party leader Sir De
Villiers Graaff insists his organization
remains the only possible alternative
to Nationalist rule.


JOHiANNI 'Bl Rt. White South member House of Assembly and
Africans voted today in a general control of four provincial legislatures
election which was expected to return in South Africa and one in Southwest
the ruling Nationlist Party to power Africa (Namibia).
tlor otherh r five years. Only 1.6 million of a white
Pollters and expert analysts elecorate of 2.2 million were eligible
including most of those connected to vote because 43 parliamentary
with opposition parties forecast an candidates ran unopposed and contests
o erwhelmning victory for Prime in two constituencies were postponed
Minister John Vorster. His Nationalists after nominees died shortly before the
have governed this country for 26 balloting.
consecutive years. Final results are likely tomorrow.
At stake were 126 seats in the 171 Voting was reported brisk despite


How to

say
things

-the

BBC
--way--

LONDON The British
Broadcasting Corp. issued its
announcers today with a
guide on how to pronounce
names like Featherstone-
haugh and places like
Towcester.
It's Fanshaw of course, and
Toaster.
The guide was produced by
the BBC's pronunciation unit
which was set up in the 1920s
to rule on how words should
be said over the air.
Those were the days when
the late Sir John Reith, the
BBC's first Director General,
insisted on his radio
announcers wearing dinner
jackets at their invisible work.
The pronunciation unit
said it follows "local
educated usage" in deciding
how a town or village should
be pronounced. Local
clergymen, mayors and police
officers are consulted.
Thus Meopham comes out
Meppam, Daventry is
Daintree and Tonbridge
emerges as Tunbridge.
Two "notorious traps" are
the names Mainwaring and
Majoribanks, pronounced
Mannering and Marchbanks.
"It is imperative to consult
the individual concerned if
there are doubts about the
pronunciation of a name,
the BBC unit said.
Its new guide was issued in I
response to complaints by
listeners and viewers that the
state-chartered BBC is
becoming slipshod in its
standards of speech.
In addition, according to
the guide, Britain's entry into
the European common
market makes it "even more
important for the BBC to be I
accurate in the pronunciation
of European languages and
names, both as a matter of
courtesy to Europeans and as
a means of accustoming
listeners to the correct
pronunciation."
Worms, the place in
Germany, must be
pronounced Vorms. Calais,
just across the English
channel, is Kal-ay and not
Kaliss. Cadiz in Spain is
Cay-diz. Cay-dith is not
allowed.


Soldiers bring bodies down


from crash mountain


1)1 NPASAR. Indonesia
Rescue teams today were
collecting the remains of the
107 victims who died aboard
the Pan American 707 jet that
trashed Monday night into a
lungled mountain on the island
ot Bali. I here were no
survivors
I lie search teams found the
plane broken in three main
parts, lying in a deep ravine on
3.000-foot Mt. Mesehe.

Back from

the

dead
SPAR IANBURG,. South
('aro]lina Martha Evans had
heard the story about an
embalmed body being kept in
the second-floor storage room
of the Woodward funeral
liorne.
So when she brought a
beautician to do the hair of a
deceased friend, she asked to
see it
"Oh, m \ God. it's
Bellhouse," she shrieked.
Bellhouse was the family
n i c k n a I ie for her
brother-in-law. James F-vans.
who had been missing for 27
years Hie was a migrant worker
in the peach and apple
orchards and farms along the
east coast.
But it was Mrs Evans who
found him embalmed and
dressed mna Iblack suit. white
shirt, black fie and hat,
standing upright under a sheet
in the corner of the storage
roo m.
Officials said Evans died
near Spartanburg 3',: ears ago
at the age of 80 .(AP)


president Jonas dies


ten million pound $24
million windfall which the
government will give them as
a tax refund.

Sadat aid
PRESIDENT Nixon
intends to ask Congress for
some $250 million in
economic aid to Egypt to
strengthen President Anwar
Sadat's hand and draw the
nation farther from the
Soviet orbit.

Kissinger off
SECRETARY of State
Henry Kissinger leaves
Sunday for the Middle East


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S lorida Air I,
* A College preparatory school for boys announces that its representative will
interview interested parents and students for admission to Florida Air Academy for
41 the Summqr School & Camp and Fall Term Enrolment.
41
ma,, 2w n4 .

2Will hold interviews in Nassau at the Emerald Beach Hotel on April 25th, 26th &
{ 27th. Call the Emerald Beach Hotel and leave a message for him to call you upon
S his arrival for an appointment.


to try to mesh differing
Israeli and Syrian suggestions
for disengagement in the
Golan Heights area.

Cosmos cluster
THE SOVIET Union
announced it had launched a
cluster of eight unmanned
cosmos satellites aboard a
single carrier rocket.

Russian jets
THE RUSSIANS ha"e sent
Syria more MIG jet fighters
to bolster its air force in the
growing air war along the
Golan Heights, U.S.
intelligence sources say.

. Rabin's task
- YITZHAK Rabin, the
soldier-diplomat chosen to
* replace Premier Golda Meir,
began the tricky task of
4 forming a new government
1 for Israel amid forecasts that
* he might fail.

Abbott dies
BUD ABBOTT, half of the
* comedy team of Abbott and
* Costello, died today at the
* age of 78 at his home in
SWoodland Hills, Los Angeles.


SUMMER SCHOOL & CAMP Double berth
* Grades 1-8 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. July 1 to Aug.9
Grades 9-12 Melbourne, Fla. July 1 to Aug. 16 THE FEDERAL highway
Ga d es iill \1 2. administration is considering
* StALLkE~ I modifying its regulations to
* Grades 1-8 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Sept. 7, 1974-- May 30, 1975 o allow sleeper berths in big
* Grades 9-12 Melbourne, Fla. Sept. 8, 1974 --June 6, 1975 trucks to be occupied by two
S', persons at a time. Husband
: and wife driving teams made
i* UZRaAW ThNUN MMAthe request.
* ages 15 & up Melbourne, Fla.
*********************************************** **


The bodies were being
brought down the mountain
for transfer by helicopter or
car to Denpasar, the capital of
Bali, 36 miles to the southeast.
Recovery teams reached the
,crash scene Tuesday after the
Indonesia Army cut a trail and
made a clearing for the
helicopters to land.
At least 60 soldiers were
engaged in the operation. The
governor of Bali. Sukarmen,


spent the night with them
helping to supervise the
recovery of the bodies of the
16 passengers and 11 crew
members, which were to be
taken to a Denpasar hospital
before being handed over to
the various foreign embassies.
The government sent a team
of experts to Bali to investigate
the cause of the crash, which
was the worst in Indonesia's
history. The last message from


the plane said it was I. i-' .at
12,000 feet preparatory Ito
landing on Bali. and there was
no indication of an\ difficulty.
the air controller at Denpasar
reported.
Officials were unable to
explain why the plane wa,
making its approach from the
northwest rather than frorn the
west, the normal route ovc the
sea.


Pressure mounts to pull


out troops from Ulster


LONDON Defence
Minister Roy Mason warned
pressure is building up in
Britain for the withdrawal of
troops from Northern Ireland
where more than 200 soldiers
have been killed in five years
of sectarian violence between
Protestants and Roman
Catholics.
"Equally, demands are
being made to set a date for
withdrawal, thereby forcing
the leaders of the warring
factions to get together and
hammer out a solution,"
Mason said.
The Minister was speaking
at a meeting of the National
Union of Mineworkers at
Newcastle-under-Lyme. He
went on to urge Ulstermen to
take a greater part in
combating terrorism in their
own province.
There are currently 15,500
British soldiers on
peace-keeping duties in
Northern Ireland.
"Nowhere in the world
have our forces been so


restrained in dealing with
guerrilla warfare, terrorism,
murder, intimidation and the
cowardly forms of killing,"
Mason said.
"Servicemen are acting as
policemen, subject to the civil
law of the land. Their
restraint is remarkable -
trying to maintain peace
among the Irish Republican
Army. the Provisional IRA,
the extreme Protestants, and
other purely criminal


activities that fester and grow
in such a situation."
Mason.. who is currently
making a drastic
reexamination of Britain's
military commitments, said
he was concerned with the
welfare and morale of British
soldiers in Northern Ireland.
some of whom had served
four or five different tours of
duty in the province. Each
tour is of four months. (AP)


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Since 1Q48 the Natt,,- e i
Party has increased
parliamnientary reprere:nt ,t
frotn 50 oout ot 150 c.1
1 18 out of 166 Seats
Since 1948 the Nationaji.
main opposition has betr n
United Party, but this v_
has fallen into disarra '
defections to the Nation.
and the Progressiv., P,:;,
One-tilne Interior Mi'n.
The( (;erdener uit to
the Deniocratic Partl.
There has been :i
between the )Demiocratl,
Progressives in at least ne ,
Likewise a pro-governit
' cwspaper advised Natiot.
supporters in one (
Proinice seat to vote li
'titted Pairt\ candidate rt
hope of keeping nt
Progressive who was .ii
the field in otinion poll".
Bcciiusew 43 ninelh.Ters
171 scat Nationai l A .. :,:
will be returned iuni -
and polling in two ,the'. "
be dela ed he.cause -'
deaths of candid.ites, 'il i
.eats arc actually ,
contested today. (APt












The Tribune - Wednesday, April 24, 1974


(bh e ribunue
NuLuus Amicrus JURARE IN VERBA MAGISTn
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor 1903. 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributing Editor 1972 -
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor 1972.
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
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Wednesday, April 24, 1974


EDITORIAL

The price of evil



By ETIENNE DUPUCH
GRAND CAYMAN, March 20th, I have just finished reading
Ewart Brookes' book "Destroyer", which is a history of a unique
breed of warship.
It was loaned to me by my next door neighbour, Ted Belton,
who was in Nassau for several years with the McAlpine
Construction Co.
The first time I saw a destroyer in action was the day the
transport Magdalena steamed into the harbour of Gibraltar in the
summer of 1916.
We sailed from Jamaica for Egypt on the Magdalena. She put
into Gibraltar for coal. This was before the days of oil.
Soon after leaving Jamaica we were provided with a cruiser
escort. A gun was put aboard the Magdalena by the cruiser and
mounted on the stern of the ship. A gunner came with the gun
and, as I told you in an earlier article, Ray Gibson of the well
known Eleuthera Gibson family, and I volunteered to feed the
gun with ammunition in case of a submarine attack.
As the ship approached the entrance to the harbour of
Gibraltar the cruiser dropped out and its place was taken by a
destroyer, which came out at full speed as a British submarine
glided by the side of our ship ... and so we saw our first destroyer
and our first submarine at the same time.
The destroyer cut through the water like a whippet and turned
at full speed. These were small but fast and easily manoeuvrable
warships.
But it is only since reading this book that I appreciate the
important role the destroyer played in both wars in maintaining
supremacy of the seas for the Royal Navy ... without which both
wars would have been lost.
This book made it clear that the destroyer, which dates only
from 1882, produced a special breed of men, the most important
of whom is the Rt. Hon. Lord Mountbatten of Burma who wrote
a new chapter in British naval history with his courageous
exploits in the Kelly.
A special relationship existed between this great naval leader
and his men. I had an opportunity of seeing this deep fellow
feeling in action a few years ago when I was among the few
"outsiders" at a luncheon given at Freeprot for Lord
Mountbatten by his men from the Kellyv. I made the trip back
to Nassau in a chartered plane with His Lordship who is a very
remarkable man.
The destroyers were like a pack of hounds that tree the game
until the hunter comes up to finish off the victim. They played a
vital role in the destruction of some of Germany's super
dreadnoughts.
It is amazing the punishment the men of the destroyer flotillas
took in facing almost certain death in convoying ships to Russia
for the hard-pressed Communist nation which has since returned
only ingratitude for this supreme effort. The courage of these
men was something fantastic and it is difficult to understand how
a nation that produced such a rare breed of men could sink so
rapidly, as Britain is so obviously doing today.
This fact emphasized the point I have made in this column on
several occasions that the breed of men who made Britain
"Great" were either killed in two wars or have since left Britain
because of the downward trend caused by the Socialistic drift in
the nation which has been speeded up since the second world
war.
** **** ** *
After reading this book it is frightening to realize how near the
Allies were to losing the war to new and revolutionary weapons
produced by the Germans in the closing days of this global
conflict.
The V-I and V-2 rockets wiped out the effectiveness of the
English Channel as a protective moat shielding this island
kingdom from enemies across this stretch of water facing the
legendary cliffs of Dover.
in a postscript chapter written by Douglas Reeman he brings
out clearly the threat the new weapons held for the Allies and the
revolutionary changes that have come about in naval construction
and strategy as a result of the new weapons which have since
been perfected.

"The V-I and V-2 rockets which fell on South East England
were serious enough, especially as a threat to civilian morale,"
wrote Reeman, "but perhaps more significant was the German
radio-controlled bomb.


"Due to the need for maximum security during the Allies'
invasion of Sicily and then Italy in 1943, the bomb and its
effectiveness were little publicised.
"The bomb could be launched by and directed from an
aircraft, and homed on to a surface unit with a high degree of
accuracy. When the Allies invaded the Italian mainland the
radio-controlled bomb caused severe damage to several valuable
naval units, including the battleship Warspite, a veteran of the
Mediterranean campaign, the cruiser H.M.S. Uganda, and two
American cruisers Philadelphia and Savannah.
"They were, with other vessels, put out of action when they
were desperately needed to support our forces ashore, and
suffered heavy casualties."

The radio-controlled bomb has evolved into today's guided
missile that can be accurately homed in on a target at the far ends
of the earth ... and, of course, atomic power has given war a
frightening new aspect.
In "Destroyer" it is revealed that the development of atomic
power, the guided missile and speedy atomic-powered submarines
that can staysubmerged for an indefinite period of time and with
the capability of firing missiles with atomic war-heads from a
submerged position on to a distant target ... a combination of
these new and destructive forces has relegated the old capital
ships of the line to the scrap heap.
A new type of heavy destroyer of special design, armed with
new offensive and defensive weapons, is now being built by
Britain where it is believed that maybe the destroyer will still
have a place in future wars but it remains to be seen whether


surface war vessels and the special breed of brave men who
manued them may have also already passed into history.
One of the greatest and most important exploits of the
war in connection with new weapons being produced by the
Germans is not mentioned by Brooks in his book for the reason
that it never came into use and also because it didn't affect the
place of the destroyer in the war.
Germany was ahead of the U.S. in producing an atomic bomb. c
A bomb was nearing completion in a research centre buried deep 1l
in the Bavarian Alps when the British secret service ferreted it B
out.
One night R.A.F. bombers performed the extraordinary feat of
penetrating to this distant spot in the interior of Germany and
destroyed the entire plant. All the scientists on the site that night
were killed.
Had Germany got the first atomic bombs into action she would
have crushed Britain with a single blow at London in the same
way that the U.S. crushed the Japanese spirit with two tiny
atomic bombs dropped on two cities in Japan. Such a stroke
would have tipped the war in favour of the Germans.
Heading the German work on atomic power was Wernher von
Braun, the German scientist who migrated to the U.S. after the
war and has headed the U.S. space programme.
On the day the U.S. landed a ship on the moon the British
Minister of War at the time of the R.A.F. raids sent von Braun a
telegram congratulating him on the great achievement andl
expressing thankfulness that he was not among those killed on
the night of the ia'd.
Von Braun escaped the disaster because he was in Berlin at the
time conferring with Hitler on the final stages of Germany's
atomic programme.
The Germans were far advanced in atomic development.
German scientists, taken to Russia after the war. have been
responsible for the great advances made in atomic power, space
exploration and guided missiles by the Soviets.
* ** * 4C
Good Lord, I've written ten pages of manuscript when I
intended to do only a brief introduction to a prediction that was
made during the second world war by a white West Indian.
He told a friend that if Hitler won the war they would be ruled
by the Germans. If Britain won the war they would be ruled by
the emerging black man.
This brings me up to a point that I have made in this column
on more than one occasion. It is that in good time evil has an
unfailing way of destroying itself. Just let us take a brief look at a
few events in this century.
Kaiser Wilhelm went to war in 1914 because he wanted to sit
on the throne of England and establish the German people as a
super-race.
Up to this time Britain had ruled a large part of the world
with British justice as the standard for human relations. It was a
standard under which backward races in the British family were
gradually and hopefully emerging on the footlights on the
human stage. With the Royal Navy Britain was also .. iflriri the
Monroe Doctrine for the U.S.
The Kaiser was defeated but in the process new forces were
released on the world stage and the props were loosened under
the foundations of the British Empire
Hitler went to war in 1939 with the declared intention of
destroying the Jewish people and ruling the world. It is clear trom
his attitude that, had he won this war, the black man would have
been once more driven into slavery. Hitler refused to accept the
black man as a human being. He described him as an animal of
the lower order. It was also revealed that a part of his grand
design was the destruction of Communist Russia which, up to
that time, had been bottled up in her own vast land mass with
outlets to the sea only during the short summer period of the
year.
Hitler lost this war. The Jews emerged with a nation that is
now firmly established in the Middle Last. [he black man now
rules Africa and the West Indies. And he is a force in the U.S. The
ancestors of the black man were brought to this hemisphere by
European slave traders.
The U.S. emerged as top dog from this war but, because she
wanted to make sure that Britain was no longer a rival to her
power, she failed to help Britain to maintain a place of power, in
the councils of the nations. Instead she helped to speed up the
dissolution of the British Empire, thereby creating new island
perils on her own front doorstep.
As a result Communist Russia has emerged on the world
stage as a strong rival to the American position. She not only has
free access to the seven seas but she is now challenging U.S. naval
power right in her own backyard. The U.S. cannot do for herself
what Britain did for her for over a century ... she cannot enforce
the all-important Monroe Doctrine which barred this hemisphere
from intrusion by any foreign power. Now both Russia and China
have a toe in the door of the western approaches.
On her part, Russia went out and recruited China into the
Communist ranks, feeling that such a combine could make her
ruler of the world. There is no doubt about it that a
Russian-Chinese alliance could sweep the world checker board
clean. China joined the ranks of Communism but not as a puppet
of Russia. She is now bidding for the top spot herself and she sees
Russia as the "enemy" who stands in her way. And so now there
is a three-way struggle between new major powers ... the U.S.,
Russia and China with thIe odds-on possibility for China on the
long stretch.
Going back just a little further than the first world war.
Opium was a destroyer of the Chinese people. A Chinese Emperor
decided to stamp out the traffic in drugs among his people. Sonm
of the great fortunes in famous English families were made in thit
trade and so ... in the interests of the free movement of traJe ...
Britain used her power to keep the floodgates of this destructive
evil wide open.
Today the flood of this evil has changed course. Now it is
flowing from the East to the West ... and the youth of western
powers, especially Britain and the U.S. ... are being destroyed
from within by this trade. It is estimated that by the time
children in the U.S. reach the eighth grade 85 percent of them


have had some experience with the use ,o narcotics. This is being
described as a lost generation in the U.S.
**** ***
All of which goes to prove that evil does not pay. As sure as
the sun rises in the East every morning ... evil in its own good
time destroys itself.

FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: Every day my wife and I are
meeting expatriates here who spent years in the Bahamas. Some
of the most valuable men in this island today came here after the
Immigration Department in Nassau turned down their work
permits. Now we are meeting Bahamians.
We were pleased to meet the daughter of Camille Chipmian in
town this week. Her grandfather Harold Chipman introduced
Association football to Nassau just after the first world war. I
played in the forward line on his team against the 1st and 2nd
Bahamas Boy Scouts who quickly learned the game and produced
a strong team.
One of my neighbours here is the eldest child of the late
Everette Butler of Nassau. The Butlers are an outstanding
Over-the-Hill family in New Providence. I knew them when, as a
ten-year-old boy, I delivered The Tribune over the hill. She is
married to a Scottish engineer on the staff of the McAlpine
Construction Co. They have a daughter who, like her mother, is
beautiful. I don't mention the father because a man is not
supposed to be beautiful. He is fulfilling the purpose of a man in
the family ... he is a good provider and so she stays at home and


Gives BUT support


EDITOR, The Tribuner
I wish to request a part -t
ne of 'onu valuable uImL ns t>'
end myV support to the
Bahamas Union of Teachers hfor
the stand taken on their
objection to a visit by a
Co mmonwealth Sec retarirat
delegation My objcction s I,
feel is that of the B ( t is nIot
against the dciegtiun .is .u wh
but rather against the Mtile istr
of I-duLction It not ma ing
use oIf t ihe !,),i! expCtise
available it help ns iced d il
pro.vidng ideas to implemIent
the (Governnmenit's V ii., Papeo
on Fdttalion
As a r. i m1 ) rlI tlL I r. I know
from expcrien ic. what ttie
B.'.T. is tip against I ,I e<;ts
dedicated Bahamian teachers
have been trying to help by
offering much constructieC
criticism and ia ni ideas in
order to hnig about
improvements in the
educational s\siiii of this
('onnilntonealtht A lis. iimost ot
it has fallen tip n tc.i! t.lt,l
The present i(o)\t' r lt i h.is
had tour Mi!nicIs m
Education andt llv Pcri IainL int
Secretaries and today things
are worse, n smiet Cic. ts.
than they were in 07.
When will tttI M niistlr of
l-ducation listen to the adlicL
of the Bahamiaiin tcacliris
It is surely ain tisult In) the
Bahamianiti pipuili on .is a
whole ti inMioe ,stich
outsts1uding citti ICatIors as
Rodnex Bain and Dlr. )Donis
Johnson and instead tirng ini
foreign Ceperts to advise them
There arc (others one could
mention such as Juanita Butler.
C.N. Curlitn. Len Archer and
Patrick Bethel.
In the Ministry ot Iducation
are foutind such experienced
people as Iv l)\ Diiinornl. R '.
W. Saunders. I. B. Da)ril)c.
Vylni.i Thotnipson and oitl rs
Surely, the teacher--. I .,)
others should bie- strni i'v to
these pt opip i'iil o',I .. ,'d
fHow loig will "rLneInict bc
able to keep these p'cple it'
the\ are continiiaillt igloiil,
It is lno seclet hiial t an o i
these e\pcrienced peoilet are
disgusted and Irusti ate and
looking for a way ouit
I suggest ie (lur tL his cnome
for our capable Primei Mtnister
to l.ke, a hard iook ai tie
Ministry olf Iducationl and


culture as. son 'hint need' to
be done ll ',. h\

dsle pga I im
In closing 'k-I appa h! t,
Il former l i lll : C. g t-1 gie
your full sup'.ill t to tIhe
Bahamas 'n niti, m ,: lea iehit ;st
no other bhod, hi iie teach'-is
Will be ahble I" !i ab.ti : the
,hangcs need. m; n id r t,
build :i Bdalm |!i h o e 1n all
b< pmoid w i
AN F X IFA(-Cl tR
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6th Terrace East P.O. Box 5714 Phone 5-8106
SPECIAL FOR APRIL 25th 28th
Store Ho'irs Monday to Thursday 8 a.m. 8:30 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. 8 a.m. 9 p.m. Sun. 8 a.m. 10 a.m.

U.S. CHOICE MEATS
U.S. CHOICE
U.S. CHOICE


TOP ROU
U.S. CHOICE

BOTTOM


ND STEAK


ROUND ROA


U.S. CHOICE


SIRLOIN TIP ROAST
U.S. CHOICE

SIRLOIN STEAK

French's Mustard
12 oz. Jar .49

Blanco Bleach
(Gals.) 99c
Campbell's
Pork & Beans
16 oz. can 46c
St. Pauli Girl Malt Tonic
Dole Pineapple Juice
Champion Pigeon Peas Large
Fresh Florida Citrus Punch
Red Delicious Apples
Fresh Juice Oranges


U4


Libby's
Tomato
Catchup
11 oz.
boet.
5I 410


Axion Pre-Soak Power
(Giant Size) 850


Libby's Vienna Sausage 5 oz.


530


Libby's
Beans and Viennas
7/2 oz
46C
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1.69 carton
46 oz. 75c
(2 Cans) 89c
1/2Gals. 1.25
3 lb. Bags 1.39
5 lb. Bags 1.19


Libby's
Chicken Stew
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Single Portion 460
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Tooth Paste
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890


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BUTTERBALL TURKEYS


LIBBYS
WHOLE BEETS
303
2 FOR
75C


LIBBYS
TOMATO
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790


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lb. $1.19
5 lbs $1.90

lb. $1.29

lb. $1.39


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FRESH CHICKEN BREAST lb. $1.15


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FRENCH STYLE BEANS 4FR0
BLUE LAKE 2FOR
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SMotts Apple Juice Qts. 79c
Jewel Shortening 3 lbs. $1.47
PUNCH Liptons Tea Bags 100 $1.39
Milo 1 lb. $1.19
DETERGENT Oranges Per Dozen $1.10
20 OZ Cabbages Ilb. 20c
I Onions lb. 20c
S 3 FOR 99 Jim Dandy Grits 5 lbs. 94c
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Now's the time to dig around for some new ideas on potatoes


SLOCALLY.I. grown potatoes
are at their best right now and
they are available at the
iPotlcCr' ('ay V Produce
IXLthange.
Flihe wivays of serving potatoes
are endless and the inventive
cook could probably go on for
ealrs without repeating a
recipe.


Good as they are, let's try to
get away from the traditional
boiled, baked or mashed.
Mix potatoes with carrots.
Cook separately in boiling
water one and a half pounds of
potatoes and a pound of
carrots.
Drain and put separately
through the fine blade of the
food chopper or puree them in
a blender. Combine the purees
and beat in a cup of light
cream, an egg yolk and half a
cup of softened butter.
Season with a teaspoon
prepared mustard and a little


LOCAL TOMATOES

LOCAL SWEET PEPPERS

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UNCLE BEN'S RICE


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PALMOLIVE SOAP
GREEN
BATH SIZE
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salt and pepper.
Try potato croquettes. Cook
two pounds of potatoes until
tender but not mushy. Rub
them through a sieve. Add two
tablespoons butter, a teaspoon
salt, a dash of pepper, two
slightly beaten eggs and two
egg yolks also slightly beaten.
Beat until fluffy.
Add half a cup of finely
diced ham. Shape the mixture
into croquettes and coat each
with flour. Then dip them into
a mixture of one egg beaten
with a quarter cup of milk, a
tablespoon olive oil and half a


40C lb.

100 each


teaspoon salt.
(oat them with tine dr\
bread crumbs. Frx the
croquettes in hot fat (370
degrees) until golden brown.
Drain on paper towels.
lash potatoes ,ire better
when a little cream is added.
Cook eight mIediumll potatoes- iI
boiling water until tender but
not mushy. Drain and let then
cool
CuLt the potatoes into.
quarter inch slices and placIe in
a saucepan with enough hot
light cream to cover
Add a quarter teaspoon salt,


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SILVER-MIST FLOUR


SKIPPY PEANUT BUTTER

KELLOGGS POP TARTS


LIBBYS
FRUIT
COCKTAIL
303

56C


Bath Size 40C

10lbs. 2.10


10ozs. $1.20


Pkg.


SAWYER'S WHOLE TOMATOES


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2 for 85C


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a little pepper and a dash ot
nutmeg. Bring to a boil and
cook until the cream has been
reduced by half. Swirl in two
tablespoons butter. Garnish
with chopped chives or parsley.
Potatoes play a different
role when deep fried and
coated with Parmesan cheese.
Peel si\ potatoes and with a
melon hall cutter scoop out
balls D)ry on paper towels and
drop into 360-degree hot fat.
Frs tor 10 minutes or until
tender.
Remove with a slotted
spoon. Put ,a cup of Parmesan
cheese in a plastic bag with half
a teaspoon salt. Add the
potato balls and shake the bag
until the balls are well coated
with ch I e e s e Serve
immediatelyI
Here is a truly different
potato casserole which calls for
apple sauce. Make the
applesauce with 1 2 cooking
apples and season with a little
cinnamonli l .
)e-stIing a head of celery
and cut the stalks into large
pieces Cook therm in boiling
water until tender Drain and
puree the celery in a blender.
Blend in enough chicken
stock to make a thick puree.
Boil I ,o pounds peeled
potatoes and mash them with a
large lump of butter. Fold in
the celery puree and season
with a little lemon juice and
salt and pepper. Swirl together
two cups of the applesauce and
two cups of the potato and
celery mixture.
Sp0ool in to a buttered
casserole lifting irregular peaks
oin tie top. Bake at 400
degrees tior half an hour.
Brown the top lightly under
the broiler
It' ou like garlic, you'll like
this recipe tor mashed potatoes
with garlic D)on't be put off by
the number of garlic cloves.
Cook 30 cloves in boiling water
for t \o minutes. Drain and
peel tlihe m. Melt four
tablespoons butter in a


saucepan and add the garlic
cloves. Cook over low heat for
20 minutes.
Stir in two tablespoons flour
and cook for two minutes.
Remove the pan from the heat
and beat in a cup of boiling
milk, a quarter teaspoon of salt
and a little pepper Bring to a
boil and cook stirring, for a
minute until the sauce has
thickened. Rub the sauce
through a sieve or puree in a
blender.
Peel two and a half pounds
of potatoes and cook them in
boiling water until very tender.
Drain, return them to the pan
and mash them well. Add four
tablespoons butter, salt and
pepper to taste and then heat
in the hot garlic sauce.
Gradually beat in three
tablespoons of heavy cream.
Add four tablespoons finely
chopped parsley
Here are a couple ot potato
salad recipes hot and cold.
Boil three pounds small
potatoes in their skins until
just tender. Peel and slice them
into a serving bowl. While the
potatoes are still hot sprinkle
them with four finely chopped
green onions, three tablespoons
chopped parsley, a teaspoon
chopped tarragon, one
cucumber peeled seeded and
diced, and salt and pepper to
taste.
Pour on a dressing made of a
cup of olive oil mixed with a
third of a cup of white wine
vinegar. Let the salad cool but
do not chill it.
For hot potato salad boil a
dozen small potatoes until
tender but not soft. Drain,
peel. and cut then into small
pieces.
While they are still hot. add
two-thirds of a cup of heated
olive oil. three tablespoons
wine vinegar and salt and
pepper to taste.
Toss the potatoes with three
chopped green onions. Spoon
into a serving dish and sprinkle
with paprika.


10 Ibs. PORK CHOPS
lOlbs. PORK CHOPENDS
10lbs. BONELESS STEW BEEF (Chuck)
51bs. T-BONE STEAKS

61bs 48 2oz. BEEF PATTIES
51bs. FRESH SKINNED CONCH
51bs. GLEN FRENCH FRIES


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1o00
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$1.59 LAMB SHOULDER lb.


LEAN SALT BEEF lb. $1.10


FRESH MUTTON lb. $1.10


PORK CHOPS 10 Ibs. $12.00


SPARE RIBS


PIGS FEET


3ALT BEEF


GRAPEFRUIT
JUICE
6 OZ 6 PKG

$1.08


5 Ibs $4.15


10 Ibs. $3.40



10 Ibs. $9.50


$1.10
.99c
.95c
$4.90
.47c
$1.59
.69c
.99c
.70c


LIBBYS
FRUIT FLOAT
ALL FLAVOURS
9% OZ


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EXASPERATED beyond words at the antics of her well
meaning but simple minded ranch hand. Mama Inez
wonders what next to expect when Pepe dares to ask her to
dance.
A scene from the Nassau Amateur Operatic Society's
production of "Viva Mexico" which will be staged at the
Dundas Civic Centre May 11 to 18.
Monday, May 13, will be a benefit performance for the
Bahamas Paraplegic Association and the Box Office will
open at the Maura Lumber Company. Bay Street. on May
4th.
Pictured: Betty Fisher as Mama Inez and Hugh Glynn as
Pepe.


Sa sau portion

Control Centre
TELEPHONE 2-3237 5th TERRACE, CENTREVILLE.
OPEN 'TIL 4 P.M. SATURDAYS!


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SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEKEND


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Robinhood Flour 5 Ibs. 5
Campbell's Vegetable Soup 4 Tins
Coke 12 oz. Tins
Mahatma Rice 10 Ibs.
Libby's Sweet Peas 303
Hellmans Mayonnaise Qts.
Celebrity Luncheon Meats 12 oz.
Irish Spring Soap Bath Size 3 Bars
LIBBYS Zest Soap Bath Size 2 For


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The Tribune - Wednesday, April 24, 1\


Priest unloads own

woes at confession

By Abigail Van Buren
C 1974 by ChiCae Tribun-N. Y. N.Ps Synd., "In.
DEAR ABBY: I can't receive a personal reply because
my mother has the habit of "accidentally" opening my mail
I'm a 35-year-old widow. My husband died last year. and
I'm back home living with my parents.
I attend church regularly. A month ago, during confes-
sion, the priest, who's about my age, suddenly said: "You
people think YOU'VE got trouble-what about me?" Then
he started to unload all his problems on me. I felt utterly


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS 27. Pay one's
1. Hindu guitar share
6. Ointment 29. Jellied salad
10 M'me Gandhi 31. Post-hole
11 Other "ame digger
13 Fawn 32. Morning
14 Semic rcle 33. Sidestep
6, Sea birds 36. Neuter
18 Assam pronoun
slkworm 37. Opera song S
9, Three-toed 39. Salver
sloth 40. Fury
20 Rose. 43. Blind impulse
22 At home 44 Splendor
23 Girl's name 45. Click beetle
24. Reflection 47. Allay


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6. Marina
7. Auk genus
8. Position of a
golf ball
9. Tomorrow in
Mexico
10. Inkling
12. Scrimp
15. American
Indians
17. Invariable
21. Sun god
23. Correct
25. Street urchin
26. Dross
27. Animated
28. See
30. Hebrew letter
32. Mountain crest
34. Tropical fruit
35. Girl watcher
'37. Interjection
38. Particles
41. Palm leaf
42. Anything
highflown
46, There


helpless and ill-equipped to listen to him. I told him I
sympathized with him, and then I left. The next time I
went to confession, he did the same thing, only this time he
got very emotional and broke down and cried.
I really like this priest, and don't want to get him into
trouble with the church, but I dread going to confession
again. He seems perfectly all right otherwise, but there
must be something wrong with him. How can I help him?
FEELING HELPLESS
DEAR HELPLESS: You can urge him to see a doctor.
Like any other man, a priest can have a nervous break-
down, and it appears that that is what is happening to him.

DEAR ABBY: I have been going with this gentleman for
six years. We both lost our mates, and we seem well suited
for each other. He says he wants to marry me EXCEPT he
loves his lovely old home and garden and will not leave it.
I also have a lovely home, which I would have to give up,
but I feel that we both should close the doors on our pasts
and start new lives together.
He says I should give him time. How much time should I
give him? ORLANDO
DEAR ORLANDO: How old is he?
LE DEAR ABBY: My husband and I are organic vegetarians,
but our best friends aren't. We do many things together but
we've never made a point of the fact that we're vegetari-
ans.
They are constantly inviting us over for dinner. They
invariably serve meat, and justethe smell of meat cooking
makes me sick to my stomach. Everything else they serve
is either out of a can or from an "add-water" package.
We have quietly endured the meals at their home because
we don't want to get them mad at us. How can we turn
down their dinner invitations without jeopardizing our
friendship? I don't know how many more of their dinners
we can take. YECCH
DEAR YECCH: You should be able to tell your "best
friends" that you are vegetarians and as such do not eat
meat. With the price of meat the way it is they may not be
as "mad" at you as you think.

st CONFIDENTIAL TO E. M.: "He who cannot forgive
others, breaks the bridge over which he himself must pass
if he would ever reach heaven; for everyone has need to be
forgiven." [Herbert]
For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding,"
send $1 to Abigail Van Burean, 132 Lasky Dr., Beverly Hills,
Cal. 212.


ACCOUNTANT

REBUTS STANS'

TESTIMONY
NEW YORK A
government witness testified
Monday that Maurice 1H. Stans
asked his firm to contribute to
President Nixon's re-election
campaign before the effective
date of a new law requiring
public disclosure of
contributions.
The witness, Walter Hlanson,
a senior partner in the
accounting firm of Peat.
Marwick, Mitchell & Co.,
appeared as a rebuttal witness
at the trial of former
Comnlerce Secretary Stans and
one-time Atty. Gen. John N.
Mitchell.
Stans had testified that he
did not ask contributors to get
their money in before April 7,
1972, the effective date of the
law. Stans said that was up to
the contributor.
The two former ('abiet
officers are accused of
impeding a securities fraud
investigation of financier
Robert L. Vesco in return for
his $200,000 secret cash
contribution to Nixon's
campaign. They are charged
with conspiracy, obstruction of
justice and perjury.
One of the justice
obstruction charges relates to
the defendants' failure to
report Vesco's contribution
although it was received on
April 10, 1972.
The defense contends that
the money had been promised
before April 7, and thus was
not required to be reported.
Hanson said Stans
telephoned him on March 7
and asked for a contribution
from his accounting firm. lie
said Stans mentioned the new
law and the April 7 date. amd
asked for their contribution
before then.
Hanson said he told Stmns
that he felt the contribution
from the firm would Ic
improper. llanson said the it rm
never did contribute.


BILL'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY LTD.


PRESENTS


GREEN


TURTLE


ESTATES


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For many years, the cays off the coast of the Bahamian island
of Abaco have been the haunt of the yachtsmen and wealthy
searchers after rural peace and quiet in a near perTect
semi-tropical climate. Of all the string of cays on the Atlantic
shore of Abaco, none is more beautiful in general estimation than
is Green Turtle Cay, an island which combines unspoilt natural
beauty and an interesting historical background with a degree of
modern amenities.
Green Turtle Cay can be easily reached from Treasure Cay
International Airport. It is just a few hundred yards to the
landing stage from where there is a regular ferry service acros- the


beautiful sheltered waters separating Green Turtle Cay from the
main island of Abaco.
Green Turtle Estates is a small development of just 105 lots. It
has been kept small and select to conform with the general
pattern of development on the island. All lots on the subdivision
are served by already constructed roads. The developer is bonded
to install electricity distribution lines along the main feeder roads
when a supply is available at the site and to complete the
distribution system. He is also bonded to install water mains
when deemed necessary, by the Ministry of Works.


FOR INFORMATION ON PRICES AND TERMS
CALL THE EXCLUSIVE AGENT FOR GREEN TURTLE ESTATE.

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GIANT SIZE
OMO DETERGENT


SAWYERS


WHOLE TOMATOES


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NO.6
CANS 6


W-D GROUND BEEF


LEAN MEATY SPARE RIBS


LB. LB.
PORTERHOUSE OR
T-BONE STEAK .............. 2.59
SIRLOIN STEAK ...............LB. 2.39 W-O ALL MEAT OR WEoDSH
NATIVE PORK ......... LB.99 DINNER FRANKS........... L09 PORK CHOPS .............B. 1.39(
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Travel

trends
INTERVIEW '75, the
international conference on
future trends in the travel
industry sponsored by the
Ministry of Tourism, begins
tomorrow at the Imerald
Beach convention Hall.
The conference programme
has been completed and
conference leaders arrived
today. Sixteen foreign experts
in the travel industry will be
taking part in the two-day
meeting together with Ministry
officials, local hoteliers and
promoters
Assistant Tourism Director,
John Deleveaux, described the
conference as one of the most
important ever held in the
Bahamas to develop tourism
policy.
"It will provide for an
interchange of ideas among
leaders of the world travel
industry and their predictions
for the next 12 months for
tourism in the Bahamas," he
said
Minister of Tourism Clement
Mas nard will set the theme of
the conference in his opening
speech at ( 10 a.m. Thursday
lie will be followed b\ newlk
arrived Director of Tourism,
Mr. Basil Atkinson, and
Conference M\oderator. Mr.
William 1I) Patterson,
international travel consultant
and advisor to A\merican
I" press
The fl 11 programme
schedule follows
Thursday 1 55 a m. Mr.
John D)eleveaux. Assistant
Director A review of the
Minister 's marketing strategies
and overseas programmes for
1 '3-"4.
\Mr John Sturne general l
Sales Manager. Bahamas
Tourist Office. USA!Canada:
\n anal" sis of Bahamas visitor
trends, a forecast tor 1974 and
a look ahead to t175.
11 15 a i in Mr. Michael
GCurnell, General Sales
Manager. Bahamas Iourist
Office, UK /-urope, and Miss
Ann Malone\, Account
Supervisor. \McCann- Frickson
Advertising Ltd., London An
analysis of Bahamas visitor
trends, a "orct:,it tor 1 W74 .and
a look ahead to 1 '75.
Followed by floor discussion.
12-30 p m. Meeting
adjourned
2 pm i Mr. lHerschel
Sarbin. Publisher of [ravel
Weekly I he domiinant role of
the travel agent in today >'s
changing market and the
probable effect ot increased
costs on resort destinations.
Followed br tlsoo discussion
2 45 p m Mr CaCkie
Stinnett. IEditor -Chietl f o
travel & LeisuIre Aspects ol
travel today affecting readers
of consumer magazines.
personal views on future truael
trends.
Ms. Marcia Vicker travel
Editor ol Bride's Maga/ine
The dimensions of the
"hone moon market" and its
increasing i miportance as a
travel factor Followed bli
floor di scuiss,!!
3 0 p n Dl)r. V itJHe
Sannw jId, I luirnan and
Puibl she Xlt M B X.
(' to toi 1" i r.i n'n-, I n .
[ stitnOa ti')t'i t-: s ft1iie highly
mobile high-: rOo !t [raxel
market the youngg
profe.ssi nai group
4 15 p.m t rXriiuie Panel
consisiteg \h r .Iateics
Cooper. Senioi \ ic President.
Marketing Delta t\rites Mr
J.D Dishongh Division Vice
President. Pa ssengcr sales.
Eastern Alllitn Mr Brian
Cooke. Senior Vi e Presiden:t.
Marketing \ orld Airw a s
The panel will cive its
evaluation ,1 the Bahamas as
a destination for each carrier,
the amount of equipment and
scheduling they will have for
the balance of 1974 and what
they see ahead tor 1l75.


Followed by floor discussion.
Friday. 4 10 a.m. Mr
Seymour Morris, Vice
President of Louis Hlarris &
Associates International Inc
Report on findings and clues
to the future tor Bahamas
travel as revealed in a recent
national survey of the U.S
market completed by his
company.
10:15 a.m Mr Jacob
Henderson, Vice President of
Henderson Travel Service Inc.,
Atlanta: The growth potential
and characteristics of the black
travel market.
11:00 a.m. Tour
Operators Panel consisting of
Mr. Warren Binder. Executive
Vice President, Cavalcade
Tours and Area Chairman of
International Tour Operators
Association. Mr. John Keller,
President of Caribbean
Holidays and President of
International Tour Operators
Association. Mr. Leonard
Nathan, Senior Vice President
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Making the announcement
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General Chairman John
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satisfaction at having such an
able and active community
member as Mr. Lightbourne
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drive.
As chairman of the Teams
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will be responsible for
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teams, with the help of a
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managers. The division
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Originally from Nassau, Mr.
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president with Mercantile Bank
& Trust.
He is a past president of the
Freeport Jaycees. and
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the Bahamas Jaycess with
overall responsibility for local
chapters in Freeport. Abaco,
Nassau, Fxuma and Andros.
lIe is also a founding
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and a member ot the YMCA
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He is married to the former
Ruth Y. Thompson of Nassau.
The couple has a daughter,
Rhonda Meredith.
The goal of the Teams
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The overall goal of the fund
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Diocese of Nassau and the
Rector of St. Francis Xavier
Cathedral, will be guest speaker
at the Quarterly Communion
Breakfast of the Men of Mary
Star. Mr. Leslie Woodside,
President of the Men of Mary
Star, announced today.
The breakfast will be held
on Sunday, May 5, at the
Xanadu Hotel. Mr. James
Darville, Vice-President, is in
charge of the tickets.
On the same day the annual
public procession in honor of
the Blessed Virgin Mary will
begin at Mary, Star of the Sea
at 5:15 p.m. After the
procession through the streets
Msgr. Finger will preach the
panegyric in the church just
before the 6:30 p.m. Mass.
Throughout the month of
May the Litany of the Blessed
Virgin.Mary will he recited at
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I Ctent -tour years of service
iI the school system entitled
her to a Sabbatical. Miss Aquin
tuned down the opportunity
to further her own personal
a ademic qualifications (She
has her degree as a Bachelor of
t. i ttion) and opted to come
to Nassau and to do anything
she could to help at Bishop
Iconard's.
1 lie duties this Principal of a
large (Catholic elementary
school with her own secretary
assumed and assumed with
pleasure included helping
with the clerical work.
She also worked with small
groups of pupils in the new
r c in e dial programme to
ascertain its suitability.
I asked Miss Aquin how her
Bahamian protegees compared
w it h their Canadian
counterparts.
She was full of enthusiasm
for her Bahamian charges "I
lound the youngsteis
extremeCl polite and well
disciplined' and admitted "I
go O \ery attached to the
children.
Of Bishop Leonard's she
described the "wonderful
school spirit'" with the good
relate ionship between the
multi-national st all.
Bahamians, Janaicans. Irish,
Canadians etc.
Miss Aquin thought the
uniforms helped to provide the
school with a really visible
identity, 'he school children in
Canada do not wear uniforms.
she explained.
Academically she said "the
children are learning, there's no-
question about that, (they're
just) going at a slower pace".
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children do need remedial help
in reading and math but


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*I lG I Crossroads is the answer of
Mr. Hesketh Johnson, Pastor of
the Assemblies of Brethren
faith, to making the Christian
faith more relevant to the
youth of to-day and to help
them, without proselytising,
with their problems.
Rapping counselling, games
and prayers form a major part
of Crossroads daily schedule.
However, it is a 24 hour a
day. seven day a week Ministry
of a man who says he was more
used "to shepherding lambs
than tending sheep".
One such "lamb" (who had
sexual problems and was on
L.S.D.), Mr. Johnson informed
me, he found at two o'clock
one morning, at his home, with
a noose prepared.
Hesketh Johnson graduated
from the ommaus Bible School
in Toronto, Canada in 1946
and, despite being continually
plagued by ill health (he was
S injured in the Burma Road
incident which cost him a
couple of spinal operations), he
had a "deep conviction that
the social structure needed the
Christian message applied to


ANTOINETTE
- in town for


explained "at home we have
our own libraries and librarians
in the schools" and, of course,
there is in Edmonton "more
access to (public) libraries
being a bigger city".
What advice does Miss Aquin
give to help in the education of
Bahamian children.
"Get them reading literature
it doesn't matter what it is",
she said emphatically
Newspapers provide reading
literature, she said, but the
children need guidance to
understand the meaning of
what they're reading.
A second point she made
was the importance of
adjusting the curriculum to this
environment and also the
indiidual child. For example,
the Teacher can substitute the
word "snow" with "sand" to
make the foreign texts more
meaningful to the children.
"I felt so very much at
home", said Miss Aquin, who
has to be back home by June
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"Throughout my Ministry I
worked with youth", he said,
in prisons, reform schools etc.
"I realized that from the
pulpit we weren't talking to
the teenagers ... we were
answering questions they
weren't asking."
"The Chruch", Mr. Johnson
said, "was failing to appreciate
social development on the local
scene".
"The anti-social behaviour
of teenagers is due to this
(failing)", Mr. Johnson
believes.
Crossroads have come in for
some criticism by the
established Churches (although
they are "helped by a broad
spectrum from the major
religious denominations") but
Mr. Johnson contends that "we
subscribe wholeheartedly to
the Apostles Creed" and that
Crossroads is not a protest
movement". Neither are they
seeking converts to the
Assemblies of Brethren
denomination. One young girl
was referred to him by Dr.
Podlewski, Mr. Johnson said,
and described her now as a
"well adjusted" girl and "active
in her church" (which is
Roman Catholic and fine by
Mr. Johnson). He described the
process as having been "saved
from mental illness by having
her thinking re-orientated".
Another criticism lodged
against Crossroads has been the
suggestion that this might be
the oerms of a new nolitical


programme will be
incorporated commercial
training and work therapy.
Career counselling is a major
part of Crossroads present
programme, Mr. Johnson said,
as well as trying to motivate
kids to work and stay on at
school.
A helping hand for Adults,
Youth and Children is as close
as a telephone (59411) or
Dunmore Lane.

Mrs. Letitia Lothian of
Nassau went to Fort
Lauderdale over the Faster
Weekend for a reunion with
her mother Majorie
deGlanvillle and her sisters on
the occasion of her 82nd
birthday.
It was the first time the
deGlanville family, except their
late father, had been together
for 32 years.

Mrs. Jean Pollock, a ten year
resident of the Bahamas, left
Nassau for Fort Lauderdale on
Thursday to take up the
position of General Manager of
the Viking Import Company,
big importers of memorial
plates.
Mrs. Pollock was Principal of
Skinner's Secretarial Schoo!
which she opened in Nassau in
1965 until the closing of the
school in February 1972.
During the course of this time
she opened schools in
Barbados, Grenada, St. Lucia
and Tortola.
During these seven years
Mrs. Pollock trained literally
thousands of young Bahamian
women in commercial and
secretarial skills.


CHARLES COOKE AND ANGELA MALONE engaged to
be married.


party.
Absolutely not, said Mr.
Johnson. Party politics is
probably the only taboo
subject in Crossroad's rap
sessions.
Crossroads was born on
Friday, October 9th. 1970 at
the Y.M.C.A. Headquarters,
John F. Kennedy Drive.
Mr. and Mrs. (Dawn)
Johnson's home in Highland
Park was always the centre for
the gathering of kids. There
would be 140 to 150 kids at
their home at a time. Ihe
Johnsons have five children
themselves ranging in age from
19 to 5.
The kids themselves wanted
to come together as a group.
They kicked around a number
of names and came up with
Crossroads.
Mrs. Clarice Granger readily
agreed for them to use the
Y.W.C.A. building, Mr.
Johnson said.
Later on Mr. Lemuel Sawyer
of Fashionette gave them the
use of his warehouse on
Dunmore Lane nearer town.
They moved there in 1972 and
have been there ever since.
Presently, Mr. Johnson said,
they are trying to get a place
right down town and centres in
Wulff and Kemp Roads.
Future plans include a home
for unwed mothers and a camp
for ex-reform schoolers and
ex-drug addicts into which


MR. and Mrs.
Johnson. (Photo:
Symonette.).
Her late husband,
chartered accountant,
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NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that IDA REBECCA WALKINE of
Street West From Robinson Road is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 24th day of
April 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N3002,
Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that GAVIN S. UPTON of Winton
Highway, Nassau is applvina to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason
why registration should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 24th day of April 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that AUBREY WALKINE of
South Caicos now residing at Mathew Town Inagua is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 24th day of April 1974 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, Ministry of
Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N3002, Nassau.





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H NO I



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Through our many contacts with investors both local and foreign
including United States United Kingdom France Germany and other
countries Bill's Real Estate Agency Ltd. is receiving inquiries for all
types of Real Estate ranging from low cost lots to multi-million dollar
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sale through our office for prompt dependable and efficient service.

You may call in details by telephone 23921 or write to Post Office Box
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SAN ANDROS (BAHAMAS) LTD.
Norfolk House (3rd Floor)
Frederick St., Nassau
Phone 5-1515 or 5-1516
FRANK C. CAREY REAL ESTATE
Bay & Deveaux Streets
Nassau
Phone 2-7667
GROSHAM PROPERTY LTD.
107 Shirley St.
Nassau
Phone 2-7662


TY SAUNDERS REAL ESTATE LTD.
Norfolk House, Frederick St.
Nassau
Phone 2-4818
BILL'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY LTD.
Shirley St.
Nassau
Phone 2-3921
BERKLEY FERGUSON REAL ESTATE
Berwin House on Frederick St.
Nassau
Phone 2-4913
McDEIGAN & ASSOCIATES INVESTMENTS LTD.
Bernard Sunley Building on Bay St., Nassau
Phone 2-4284
MAXWELL WOODSIDE LTD.
Corner of Bias and Blue Hill Road
Nassau
Phone 3-5632


BRAYNEN & KNOWLES REAL ESTATE LTD.
British Colonial Hotel Arcade
Bay Street, Nassau
Phone 2-1886
COSMOPOLITAN REALTY
King's Court, Bay Street
Nassau
Phone 5-7477
TENANT & COOPER REAL ESTATE
1st National City Bank Bldg.
Freeport
Phone 352-7841
Or Your OWN Broker


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From Page 10
consultant with Peat, Marwick
and Mitchell, then was
Comptroller at BATELCO and
was in private practice when he
died in September of '71.
After Skinner's closed down
Mrs. Pollock worked at
Package Delivery and just
before Christmas became
General Manager of the
reorganised "Solomon's
Mines".
It is reported that Mr. Ernst
Stern, from the Freeport
branch, has been brought to
Nassau to take over Mrs.
Pollock's post.
Christopher, her son, an.
ex Q.C. student, who is now
working at a hotel in Fort.
Lauderdale prior to going away
to hotel school, is very sad at
this unexpected turn of events.
"0, Mum, it's the only
home I know", Mrs. Pollock
told me he said to her.
Mrs. Pollock is also sad at
leaving her home of ten years
but cheers herself up with the
fact that Fort Lauderdale is
only a short jump from Nassau
where she has made so many
friends over the years.

Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred
Malone of Mount Royal
Avenue have announced the
engagement of their only
daughter Angela Florence to
Mr. Charles Cooke son of Mr.
and Mrs. Cecil Cooke of
Shirlea.
No wedding date has been
set as yet.
Henry Lightbourne. son lof


Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Ligbtboume of Nassau and a
graduate of St. Augustine's and
Cyprian Kemp son of Mr. and
the late Mrs. Audley Kemp of
Nassau and a graduate of
(Government High School, both
members of the International
Student Organization of
foreign students at Bryant
College. Smithfield. Rhode
Island. were, together with
their fellow members, the
diplomatic Nicaraguan mission
at the 1974 National Model
United Nations (NMUN).
This event which is a
realistic simulation of the
United Nations was held both
at the Statler Hilton and the
United Nations, New York.
from April 16th to 21st,
Bahamas World Airlines
recently opened new offices on
Boulevard Empercur 28 in
Brussels.


OPENING OF B.W.A.'S NEW OFFICES IN BRUSSELS. Shown left to right: Mr.
Joseph Maes, Belgium advocate; Mr. Abderhamar El Alouis, cousin of King Hassan II of
Morocco; Mr. Jacques Renard, regional manager, B.W.A., Brussels; Miss Sandra Knowles,
assistant sales representative; Mr. Andrew ("Dud") Maynard, assistant general manager
and Mr. Jacques Naveau, legal advisor of Sabena Belgian World Airlines and Director of
International Affairs.

WINS TRIP TO BRUSSELS


AT a fund raising Hawaiian
Luau held at the Lions
Clubhouse on March 31, Mr.
Chris Benson who is
employed by Cisalpine
Overseas Bank, won two
round trip tickets to Brussels
which were donated by
Bahamas World Airlines
Limited.
Shown presenting Mr.
Benson with the tickets is


Lion Raymond Carroll
(right), a Pilot with BWA. In
the centre is Lion President
Alec Thrower.


From Page 8
of Suntours, Canada.
The panel will discuss their
current operations and forecast
necessary changes for 1975.
Also a discussion of
International Tour Charters.
Following by floor discussion.
Noon Mr. John
Connelly, Executive Vice
President, Maritz Travel:
Incentive travel, the current
demand for resort areas and
anticipated changes for 1975.
2:00 p.m. Mr. Philip
Harrison, President and
Publisher. Sales Meetings
Magazine: Convention planning
and site selection, procedures
for influencing selection and
trends for 1975.
2:30 p.m. Hotel
Executives Panel consisting of
Mr. Walter Sommer, President
of Princess Hotels, and Mr.
Roger Rasmussen, Senior Vice
President, Systems Marketing,
of Holiday Inns.
The panel will evaluate their
Bahamas properties in relation
to properties in other resorts.
An assessment of changes, in


accommodations, if any, to
meet the changing market, and
plans for the future.
4:15 p.m. Wrap-up
panel consisting of Mr. William
Patterson (Moderator), Mr.
Basil Atkinson (Marketing),
Mr. Michael Gurnell (Sales),
Mr. John Sturney (Sales), and
Mr. G. Lester Williams, Jr.,
(Communications).
The panel will summarize
important points made in the
conference, their significance
for the future and as a basis for
action. Followed by floor
discussion.


The conference was first
conceived as a means of
assessing the impact of the
world energy crisis on tourism
in the Bahamas. However, the
size and scope was later
expanded to afford an
opportunity for an
examination of future trends in
the tourism industry as a
whole.


From Page 3
takes care of the family which will be
year by a new arrival.


increased some time this


Yesterday morning the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hall
and granddaughter of Ivy Stuart Kamler olf Nassau arrived from
England, by way of Nassau. for a visit with the Beltons, English
parents of her husband, who live in an apartment across the
corridor from the apartment we have here.
"Mother told me you were here," she said when she saw us
soon after her arrival, "and said I should not miss seeing you. I
was surprised to find that you are next door to us."
She loves England and is happy there.


THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
God works in a mysterious way,
Slis wonders to perform.
Hie plants His footsteps in the seas,
And rides upon the storm.


COWPER


Power corrupts. Absolute power tends to corrupt absolutely.
LORD ACTION



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P.O. BOX N-4806 PHONE 2-8941


. Travel trends conference


FINAL CALL

for FALL (194 -75) RE-ENROLL NTS

WE WI -NASSAUNCHSIIAN AilM Y
21586 32641

Preference for Re-enrollment will N be given
for students failing to re-enroll by MAY I1ST.
On MAY 1ST. All New Applicants and those
on waiting lists will be accepted on a First Come
-First Serve Basis.


NASSAU CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS
THOROUGHLY Y CHRISTIAN FULLY ACADEMIC
QALL: 32641 or ?1586


THE GOVERNMENT OF THE


COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS


PROSPECTUS

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

BAHAMAS" REGISTERED STOCK

ISSUE OF $11,000,000

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

The date of this Prospectus is 16th April 1974.

The Government of the Bahamas invites applications for Bahamas Registered Stock totalling $11,000,000. The Stock will be available
in a range of .maturity dates, the earliest being repayable in 1975 and the latest in 1984. The total amounts of stock offered with the
respective repayment dates are given below.
Bahamas Registered Stock 1975 $2,000,000
Bahamas Registered Stock 1977 $4,000 000
Bahamas Registered Stock 1979 $2,000.000
Bahamas Registered Stock 1982 $2,000,000
Bahamas Registered Stock 1984 $1,000 000

$11,000 000

The Stock will be repayable at par on 15th May in the year appearing in the name of the Stock
INTEREST
The first interest payment will be made on 15th November 1974 and subsequent payments on 15th May and 15th November each year
until the Stock is redeemed. Where Stock is issued subsequently to the 15th May 1974 the first interest payment will be made on the next
regular interest day and the interest apportioned on a daily basis from the day of issue.
Interest will be payable at a rate which is one per cent per annum over the Nassau Prime rate (i.e. the prime commercial interest rate
from time to time fixed by the Clearing Banks carrying on business in the Island of New Providence), calculated at the beginning of each
half year and subject to a minimum of 8%.

UNITS

The Stock will be in units of $1000.

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

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

GOVERNMENT REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE

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

Year to 31st December

1970 1971 1972
$ $ $
Revenue 9 .625,831 89,027,498 103,529,932
Recurrent Expenditure (excluding contributions to 86,544,530 90,285,559 91,974,079
Capital Account and Repayment of Public Debt)

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


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The Tribune -* Wednesday, April 24, 1974


CLASSIFIED


SECTION


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


REAL ESTATE


II


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

C14301
BLAIR bedroom 2 bath.
Separate living and dining
rooms. Family room. 2 large
patios. Bearing fruit trees
Enclosed bahk garden.
Phone 3-2110.

C14284
SEVERAL large, waterfront
lots Lastern RP-d. 0Price "rom

Large four Ded orm home on
one acre of lard Winton Estate.
Price $95,000.
Larye lot Wi to" LEst>te 100 x
.50 Tee nc under
% 14,000.(0
Large 'ive bedroo.-r.m 'ater''ront
hoCne wth -jaTr' vOC h feet
bea ch r0o tage Price
$1 -.0,O
Caii Bihl'S ej! E. at 2392


C14311
PREFrR TO BJ, L;
OWN HOUSL -
YAMACRA W BE
ESTATES -. eady-
$75 down. :. :I n'
interest.
Beach rinchts.
Tel 4 1141 or 2-4
2-3027
Morley & O'Brei Real
(BREA Brokers)


YOUR

AC H

No


8 oa'

Estate


C14313
WELL estabishe-i 12 .2 .t 2
storey building catering to
Tourist with swimmig pool.
coffee shop. a'-d manager's
qu rt. 1 ', r-d- ed rd


View.
DIAL
S.: 7


to suitabl
f Sea
A, lANOs 2"033


S0 R N E D
APAF:T' L TS
I .'sC g dis. ince of %CI r
OLC :p.Hiiy vest ro'jir. 'as,
$1 5C.CO .00 now re-ced to
z,', ,,y. ..... I com e approx
$18.000 00 per 0 eaPr
AL 0)AVIANO-S 22033
41197

C 14314
SHO 4iNG CENTRE Out
West. Established income
-: .'ced for Quick sale
i--.,00C sq ft of Grounds
opposite Joe & Berlin Ideal for
S r,. '. Ce trte only
$125,000.00.

C 14026
DAv'SON'S REAL ESTATE
CO LTD.
Certified Real Estate Brokers
Phones 21178 55408
P O b.0 N- 4648
Nasti Baha'-'as
Pr.,,.dl pnr-eort
SMASHING REAL FSTATE1
BA -., i, -iS
FHROUGIHOUi I H-

-2. 3 and 4 BF
1 HOUSES i, "he
areas.

on the water a WO-r' ,, ?h
hills.
SAN SOUL,
BLA IR P'STT?'
GLENISTON ,t [, j
WINI 0T
THE GROVr ,--' ,-,
SKYLINE H flG-iO1'
NASSAU F.AST
SEA BREEZE
VILLAGE ROA,
GOLDEN GATES ,
HIGHLAND PARK
PROSPECT RlIaG
WESTWA P [" VI LL -
CONr .... ; r/
APART MENITS
in PARACi-,t ISLAN
EAST BAY Srr FRE
WEST BAY STRF ET
HOTELS ,ind iHOTiL '.ITES.
BEACH LOrs, CuOM'MI
CIAL LOTS. RE SIn)F-TIAL
LOTS
ACREAGPF' OP
DEVELOPMENT I T i!
NASSAU AND fj AIL
ISLANDS S'jUC" 5 AS PjRAND
BAHAMA LONG ISLAND .
ELEUTHE RA, ABACO
45 ACRE CAY IN THi
EXUMAS WiTH I)FEP
WATER HARBOUR AjIP
MORE
CALL
DAVSON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENrC Y
"hone 21178 ," 80932 21178
P. O0. Box N-4648
Nassau, Bahamias

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

C14227
3 bedroom unfurnished house,
Davis Street, Oakes Field 2nd
house on right opposite Motor
Centre. Phone 34015 or
24433.


C14238
MODERN attractive three
bedroom two bathroom
furnished house with
swimming pool, available fcr
long terrr lease. Situate on
sizeable landscaped grounds in
the Grove just off West Bay
Street. Tel. 5-9403


FOR RENT


C14234
TWO-BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment, Ansel Building,
Crawford Street, Oakes Field.
Telephone 3-4999 evenings.

C 14024
COTTAGES and apartments
monthly airconditioned,
SI.'I furnished, maid service
available. Lovely garden and
swimming pool, Telephone
31297. 31093

C14264
ATTRACTIVE 2 bedroom
apartment, for immediate
occupancy. Eastern District
Tei. 5-8481. (9a.m.- 5 p.m.)

C14230
MODERN attractive three
air- conditioned bedrooms, two
bathroom, finished house,
Available immediately on
yearly lease. Situated on
Oxford Street, East Montrose
Avenue For information call
24030 or 41173.

C14254
1 BEDROOM furnished
apartment upstairs over the
Buccaneer CLub. For
information call 5-4616.

C14275
FURNISHED two bedroom
upstairs apartment with
airconditioner, washer and
telephone. Rosetta Street,
Palmdale, Available May 1st.
Phone 32105.

C14293
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH
ATTRACTIVE DUPLEX.
QUIET NEIGHBOURHOOD,
FRUIT TREES, LARGE
YARD CALL 53208.

C14287
COLUMBUS HOUSE, Shirley
& Fast Streets, CITY AREA,
aoprox. 4.000 sq. ft. Office
Spacei convenient Post-Office,
Town Centre & Parking Can
easl vy be sub-divided into
smaller a'-as $4 00 per sq. ft.
CABLE BEACH, Efficiency
Ap ar tme ns convenient
Shopping Centre, ideal for
Hotel Staff or Airport,
$175,000 per month.
CARIBBEAN MANAGEMENT
LIMITED. 28618, 28619,
21356 or your Real Estate
Agent.

C14296
3 unfurnished apartments -
Golden Gates 1, Sears Addition
on Clifton Street, Centreville.
Each $200 month. 5-6963.

C14309
NEW luxurious 2 bedroom
apartment, fully furnished,
-, S, -,, 'it views W inton
Hiahwav. Phone 2 1631.

CARS FOR SALE
C14235
1 COUGAR black and white
RX7 $5.500. Best offer. One
wall- in Sauna Bath $700.
'hone 4-2872.
C14239
1971 MERCURY MARQUIS,
aiiconditioned, power steering,
power windows. Al condition.
Ideal for taxi. Phone 59342
53542.

C14286
Budget-priced, A 1 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
1 door automatic
'a- mission, 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 PICKUPtruckl 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
standard $ 400.00


I


VIVA


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
SATURDAY 8 am to 5 Dm


CARS FOR SALE


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

C 14298
FORD Torino Sports coupe,
radio etc. $2100.00 or nearest
offer. Call 5-8803.


C14304
NEW PROVIDENCE
LEASING LIMITED USED
CAR SALE .... ALL CARS
MUST GO ... WE HAVE
SLASHED PRICES RIGHT
DOWN ... LOW,
DOW N-PAY'MENTS,
FINANCING AND FULL
INSURANCE COVER ON THE
SPOT LOT LOCATION -
GIBBS CORNER OPPOSITE
SUPERWASH ... OPEN
MONDAY THROUGH
FRIDAY 9.00 a.m. to 5.00
p.m.: PART EXCHANGES
CONSIDERED ... SPECIAL
DISCOUNT FOR CASH.
1. 1971 VAUXHALL VIVA
AUTOMATIC cash price
$1,550.00 down payment
$400.00
2. 1971 CHEVY IMPALA
AI R/CONDITIONED cash
price $3,150.00 down payment
$750.00
3. 1973 CHEVY MALIBU -
2-Doors cash price $5,250.00
down payment $1,000.00
4. 1970 CHRYSLER
NEWPORT EXCELLENT
CONDITION cash price
$3,000.00 down payment
$600.00
5. 1971 VAUXHALL VIVA
AUTOMATIC cash price
$1,475.00 down payment
$400.00
6 1971 DODGE AVENGER
AUTOMATIC cash price
$1,675.000 down payment
$400.00.
7. 1970 FORD MAVERICK
AUTOMATIC cash price
$2,400.00 down payment
$600.00
8. 1971 PLYMOUTH G.T.X.
SPORTS CAR cash price
$3,450.00 down payment
$850.00
9. 1973 DODGE AVENGER
AUTOMATIC cash price
o2,8/5.00 down payment
$700.00
10. 1972 FORD PINTO
AUTOMATIC -Choice of two
cash price $3,200.00 down
payment $800.00
11. 1972 AUSTIN 1300
AUTOMATIC -Choice of two
cash price $1,500.00 down
payment $400.00
12. 1971 CHEVY IMPALA-
EXCELLENT SHAPE cash
price $3,450.00 down payment
$875.00
13. 1971 TRIUMPH 1300 cash
price $1,500.00 down payment
$500.00
14. 1974 DODGE
CHALLENGER cash price
$5,500.00 down payment
$1,200.00
15. 1972 CHEVY
'OWNSMAN STATION
WAGON in excellent shape
cash price $4,400.00 down
payment $1,000.00.
16. 1971 VOLKSWAGEN
1300 BUG excellent shape
cash price $2,450.00 dow'
payment $600.00
17. 1970 FORD MAVERICK
AUTOMATIC excellent
condition cash price
$2,650.00 down payment
$600.00
BARGAIN BASEMENT
CASH ONLY
SPECIALS TO CLEAR
1. 1967 CADILLAC
FLEETWOOD 7-passenger in
good running shape $1,250.00
cash
2. 1972 CHEVY SIX-TON
STAKE TRUCK bargain
$5,250.00 cash down payment
$1,000.00.


SCHOOLS
C14236
ENROLL now in keep-fit classes


Morning and Evening at
PATRICIA MYERS
SCHOOL OF DANCE
Also Beginner's Acrobatic Class
Phone 31611-after 4 p.m., 36235


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


C14292
ENROLL now at the Nassau
Academy of Business in the
following classes:

Typing with Spelling
Shorthand
Bookkeeping
Switchboard
Front Desk Cashier
Night Auditing
Telex Operation
English
Mathematics
Filing
French
German
Spanish
Dictaphone Typist
Call the Nassau Academy of
Business today and join any of
the abone classes. Phone
2-4993 (Located at Shirley
Street opposite Collins
Avenue.).


SCHOOLS


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

ENTERTAINMENT

C14315
AQUINAS COLLEGE
PRESENTS






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"The Music Man"
Directed by Andrew Curry
at
.Garfunkel Auditorium

May 3rd, 4th, 5th


NOTICE

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.


WANTED

C14294
Wanted for renni g...all kinds
of boats for the Television
series "Salty the Sea Lion".
Telephone 3-1881


I I ANNOUNCEMENTS


SC14219
THE BAHAMAS GOSPEL
MISSION, Montrose Avenue,
Shirley Heights is sponsoring
two five day Educational
Vacation Tours as follows:-
Nassau Miami Walt Disney
World, Orlando, Florida,
Cyprus Gardens and one day
and a night Miami -Nassau.
Tour No. 1 leaves Nassau
Monday 8th July 8:20 a.m.
Returns Nassau Thursday July
11th 6:20 p.m.
Reservation begins now. For
full information contact Pastor
E. J. Nottage at office of
Mission Chapel or Mrs. Grace
Nottage c'o phone 3-1207 or
2-1338.
TOUR INCLUDES
CHILDREN AS WELL AS
ADULTS.

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

CRAFT SUPPLIES

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

MARINE SUPPLIES
C14261
LOBSTER fish boat, 40 feet.
671 General Motor, 10.000 Ib,.
ice box, Hydraulics Wheel,
Hydraulics Winches, Marine
Rado. $8,000. Information
854-2019 after 6 p.a, Miami
Florida.


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Lucas Batteries Fashionette Ltd. 2-2376/7
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The Christian Book Shop Cody's Records 2-8500
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BLJSINESS FORMS Optical Service Ltd. 2-3910/1
Executive
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Commonwealth
Furniture 31120 PRINTING
Wong's Printing b-45Ub U
CAMERAS
Executive 4
John Bull ?-4252/3 Printers 1-4267/5-4011


ENTERTAINMENT
Movies
Film & Equip. Service 2 2157

GARDEN & PET
SUPPLIES
Modernistic Garden
& Pet 2.2868
Nassau Garden & Pet
Montrose Avenue 2-4259

HARDWARE
John S. George 2-8421/6

HOUSE PLANS
Evangelos G. Zervos 2.4128.


LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING
New Oriental Laundry 2-4406
6.; kn mWWanmana .


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

RUBBER STAMPS
Wong's Rubber Stamp
Co. 5-4506

SPORTS GOODS
Champion Sport Land 2-1862

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

TV REPAIRS
Channel Electronics Ltd.
3-5478

UPHOLSTERING

Eddie's Upholstering 5-9713


I AINE SUIPPUES I


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.

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.
C14271
ONE SLOOP 26 ft., beam 9 ft.,
sleeps 2 forward. Sails, rope,
anchor, toilet, etc., with boat.
Also, ONE HOUSE BOAT
40ft. long, 14ft. wide, needs
repairs. Could be easily put in
order. For information see Mr.
Charles Lowe evenings after 6
p.m., buff .coloured house on
corner Montrose Avenue &
Madeira St. or ring 5-2040.


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


FOR SALE
C14289
650 TRIUMPH $600 Call
41719

C14295 "
FOR SALE
OFFICE DESK $120.
Phone 2-4130.

C14270
HONDA mini bike 70 c.c. Like
new $450 00. Phone 326r'
after five.

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

C14302
AIR CONDITIONER 18,000
BTU. As new. For details
phone 32359 after 11 a.m.

HELP WANTED
C 14279
ASSISTANT MANAGER for
service station. Phone 23137
for appointment.

C14300
SECRETARY with good
shorthand and preferably some
legal experience. Phone 2-4130
for appointment to interview.

C14310
LIVE-IN MAID. Mature person
required. Housework and
prepare breakfast. References
necessary. Call 41060 between
9 a.m. and 1 p.m.

C14280
AUTO MECHANIC. Must have
own tools and be capable of
working with minimum
supervision. Phone 23137 for
appointment.

C14305
SECRETARY with some
knowledge of French, Airline
Reservations and Ticketing.
Write to Box N7232.

C 14297
HOUSE KEEPER
ENER required full time Cable
Beach area. Apply P. O. Box
N3371.

C14306
GENERAL MANAGER,
import & export, air & sea
freight. Fully competent
accounting procedures. Foreign
and Bahamian Import/Export
Regulations and
Documentation. Also
competent to train junior staff
For appointment with resume
call 5-9638.

C14200
THE HOUSE OF PASCAL
INC. (Pharmaceuticals) desires
experienced salesman in
medical related field. Minimum
five years experience. Send
resume to' THE HOUSE OF
PASCAL INC., P. O. Box
420183, Allapattah Station,
Miami, Florida 33142.


C14308
SAINT AUGUSTINE'S
COLLEGE


Applications
suitably
experienced
vacancies on
Au g ustin
commencing
school year


are invited for
qualified and
persons to fill
the staff of St.
e 's College
September 1974
in the following


subjects:.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
(Female) to teach girls in
grades 7-12. Must be
knowledgeable in all American
sports.
TECHNICAL DRAWING -
with Maths or Science
background to teach boys in
grades 11 12.
Please apply in writing with
details of experience, etc. to:
The Headmaster Saint
Augustine's College P. 0. Bo)x
N3940 Nassau.


HELP WANTED


ANNOUNCEMENTS
C15069
SHAWNEE Daily Servica
between West Palm Beach and
West End for Reservations call
The Grand Bahama Hotel (Ex.
5)

REAL ESTATE

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


HELP WANTED

C15081
SECRETARY: Secretary to
Purchasing Manager. Should
have experience in
bookkeeping and familiar with
invoices and inventories. 5-7
years experience in
bookkeeping and typing. Must
be able to type at least 70-80
w.p.m.
Police record, health certificate
and letters of references
required.
INTERESTED PERSONS
APPLY: GRAND BAHAMA
HOTEL, WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA. Personnel Office,
between the hours of 9 a.m.
and 3:00 p.m. Monday through
Friday, Mailing Address: 158
Port Road, West Palm Beach,
. Fla. 33404. Elon Martin, Jr..
Personnel Director.


II


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.

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 o1
underwater and other aquatic
activities. Must be capable of
operating and maintaining
small boats, motors, regulators,
valves, compressors. Must train
Bahamian staff in above areas,
leading to diver certification.
Must hold at least one of
following diving certificates:
NAUI, PADI, YMCA. Salary
dependent upon experience,
but not less than $400 per
month, plus board and room.

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


TRADE SERVICES

C14027
Pinder's Customs


Brokerage Ltd.

Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU BAHAMAS
P. 0. Box N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796
2-3797, 2-2798
Airport 7-7434
FREE ESTIMATES

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


HELP WANTED


C 14207
An immediate vacancy exists in
the Ad vertising 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.

C14299
HELP WANTED
THE NASSAU BEACH
HOTEL has an opening for a
HOUSEKEEPER. The ideal
candidate should have at least
3 years experience in a similar
resort hotel. Have the ability to
organise a large staff,
maintaining high standards o-
cleanliness, and effecting
proper cost controls to a
pre-determined budget in her
department including the daily
control of linen to and from
the laundry.
Apply in writing to Personnel
Office, Box N-7756, Nassau.


TRADE SERVICES

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

C14057
MASTER TECHNICIANS
LTD., Mackey Street, your
Whirlpool 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.

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

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

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


I I
C15077
TRAINEES REQUIRED Thel
Bahamas Oil Refining
Company is seeking applicants
for its operator training
programme in SHI PING
DEPARTMENT. Successful
applicants will be trained in all
areas related to the safe and
efficient operation of the Jetty
Platforms. The work involves
handling various types of
foreign sea going vessels.
Meeting and working with
people of many nationalities.
Handling imports and exports
of crude oil, refined products
and related documentation.
Applicants must have
completed High School and
possess a minimum
qualification of High School
Diploma. Preference will be,
given to men between the ages
22 and 35 years old. Starting
salary commensurate with
education, working
background and age. This
position offers a challenging
and rewarding career in the oil
industry. Qualified persons
requiring further information,
should either write to, or call
at the BORCO. Personnel
Office Monday thru Friday
between 9 a.m. and 12 noon.
Tel: 352-9811 Ex. 235, P. 0.
Box F-2435.

C15092
Job Title TWO
BULLDOZER OPERATORS
Minimum Education Good
basic education.
Minimum Experience 2 -- 3
years experience. Must be fully
qualified to operate D-8 and
D-9 bulldozers.
Duties/Responsibilities
Operates bulldozer for
levelling, road work,
backfilling, excavating and
moving materials.
Interested Applicant Contact --
Personnel Department, Bahama
Cement Company, P. O. Box
FBa- 00, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


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GRAND BAHAMA


CLASSIFIED

HELPWANTED HELP WANTED
C15095 C15089
Wanted: Experienced Manager GENERAL MANAGER/
to control and operate a High LAND DEVELOPMENT
Speed Bar/Lounge/Restaurant Princess Propertie
THE MAN SELECTED FOR International Ltd., Bahami
THIS POST WILL HAVE THE Division has immediahti
QUALITIES APPEARANC opening for the position o
PE RSNON A BL ILTY TO General Manager to direct
MAINTAIN AND INCREASE development activities relating
THE CURRENT VOLUME OF to its 2500 acre development
THIS SEGMENT OF OUR T
PERATIOGMENT OF OUR ilduing a replat of 640 acre
OPERATION.LL with a proposed 18 hole P. G
HE WILL REQUIRE THE A. golf course. Thesis
SKILLS AND ABILITIES TO responsibilities inctudi
MANAGE THE ROOM, e sponsbties includl
CONTROL AND ORGANIZE o-ordirnating marketing
FOOD S E R V I C E programs with sell
PERSONNEL WHILS rga'iiation and including
PERSON Y STestablishment of world wid
PERSONALLY OPERATING brokers; engineering, including
THE BAR AND CASH. HE development of roads, sewers
W I L L B E H E L D water, telephone, electricity
COMPLETELY RESPON- cable T.V planning and design
SIBLE FOR THE ENTIRE Offutue housing projects.
SECTION, INCLUDING ture housing project
I RUNNING INVENTORY Other duties include liaison
CONTROL, RETURN FROM with company owned hotels ir
SOME TO A STATED Corijunction with sale;
PROFITABILITY MARGIN. promotion; providing cash flow
CONFI ABLE REFER ,, i ... j apnd long terror
ENCES SHOWING AT LEAST financial planning
T H R E E Y F A R S management of onsite
EXPERIENCE IN A SIMILAR administrative office anc
C APACITY WILL BE co-ordinating .... .,t,,,,j
REQUIRED. APPLY BASS inventory release and deedinc
BAHAMAS LIMITED, PUB with stateside operations
ON THE MALL LIMITED. Applicants should have 5
BOX F-331, F', ; 'E.*-'.T, years experience in lane
BAHAMAS. development


C15086
Job Title TWO GENERAL
REPAIRMEN Minimum
Education Good basic
education Minimum
Experience 5 10 years.
Duties R e s pon sibilities
Inspects. repairs, replaces,
installs, adjusts and maintains
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.
Int rested Applicant Contact
Pe r#nnel Department, Bahama
Ce ent Company, P. O. Box
F- 100, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C15091
Job Title MOBILE
EQUIPMENT MECHANICS
MinIimum Education
Secondary Diploma in diesel
mechanics referred, but not
essential.
M.inimu m Experience 5 10
years. Diesel Mobile
Eq uipment Mechanic.
D u ties/ P ,:.. .:.r ,:, ,. ,
Sspdect, test. adjust, dismantle
i'd replace unit assermblie' or
ir-r. and make conimp-tfe
repairs to gasoline or diesel
powered equipment
Interested Applicant Contact
Personnel Department, Bahama
Cement Company, P. 0. Box
SF- 100, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


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Please mail resTrre and salary
history in full confidence to
the above company, P. O. Box
F-684, Freeport, Bahamas,
Phone 3b2-7411.
C15087
Job Title TWO CONTROL
ROOM OPERATORS
Minimum Education Good
basic education. Minimumrn
Experience 3 5 years.
Duties; Respon isibilities
Control raw and finish grinding
and burning process in
producing finish cement.
Interested Applicant Contact
Personnel Department, Bahama
Cement Company, P O. Box
F- t 100. Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


C15088
Job Title X-RAY
TECHNICIAN
Miniiminum Education High
School graduate or equivalent.
Minimum Experience 3 5
years.
Du ties, R(..: ,.i -
uContruol, review, investigate test
results and make repairs to
X-Ray equipment.
Interested Applicant Contact
Personnel Department, Bahama
Cement Company, P. 0. Box
F-1 00, Freeport. Grand
Bahama


HELP WANTED
C15079
ASST. MANAGER: Capable of
taking over full responsibility
of Management when needed.
Manage Sales; Group Bookings
and Reservation Department.
Supervise and train personnel
for Front Office.
HOUSEMEN: To assist Maids,
also heavy duty general
cleaning of all public areas and
staff quarters of Hotels. Police
Certificate required.
KITCHEN UTILITY
WORKERS: To work morning
or evening shift. Wash and
scrub all kitchen equipment,
floors, walls, iceboxes etc.
Must be willing to do heavy
duty work. Health Certificate
required.
Apply: Personnel Department,
Oceanus Hotels Ltd. Royal
Palm Way, P. 0. Box F-531,
FrPenort, Grand Bahama.
C 15083
1 SAXOPHONIST: Must be
able to sight read and arrange
Professional Show Music, be
proficient on playing the
Saxophone and Clarinet &
Flute. Must have at least three
years experience. Good
References and Police
Certificate required.
1 -- ASSISTANT
CO -O R DI NATOR
( B AN D LE AD ER)
/TROMBONIST: Must be able
to arrange and Conduct
Professional Show Music and
be proficient on playing the
Trombone. Should also be able
to Sight Read Professional
Music. Three years experience,
Good References and Police
Certificate
1 MUSICIAN/TROMBON-
IST: Must be able to Sight
Read and arrange Professional
Show Music, be proficient on
playing the Trombone. Must
have at least three years
experience, Good References
and Police Certificate required.
Applicants should apply in
person to: The Personnel
Department, Bahamas
Amusements Limited (El
Casino), International Bazaar,
P. 0. Box F-787, Freeport
Grand Bahama, Bahamas.


C15082
Catalytic West Indies, Ltd. P.
0. Box F-2444, Freeport,
Grand Bahama has job
:pp-,r' .'.'es 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
req uired Boilermaker
knowledge required in
exchanger repair and tube
: layout and fabrication,


HELP WNTED I
tower and tray work, cutting
and burning and rigging and
erection. Experience with
Aqjua 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.

C 15097
CHEF GARDE MANGER.
One (1) Garde Manger. Must
have full knowledge of cold
food preparation, such as.
salads, canapes, decorative
centre pieces, ice sculpturing.
Must have two years
experience. Must have cook's
apprenticeship papers. Must
have worked as a Chef de
Partie before.
For the above please apply to
the Personnel Department,
Holiday Inn of Lucayan Beach,
P. 0. Box F-760, Freeport,
Grand Bahama, Bahamas.


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. 0. Box
F-100, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C 15094
WANTED: Furniture
Re-Finisher and Decorator.
Must be first class man, and
able to work on -his own.
Apply Freeport Decorators
Ltd.


FOR SALE

C15096
MUSTANG V8, automatic,
convertible, 15 inch colour
television, electrical appliances,
furniture, dishes, glassware.
pots and pans, men's clothing,
size 42, etc. Telephone
352-7747.


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and of course I always

disinfect my home with Zal


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Distributed throughout the Bahamas by


THE GENERAL AGENCY LIMITED

P. 0. Box 5276 Nassau


Bridge
Sy VICTOR MOLLO
WHEREwas bridge born? The
origin is obscure, but the word
was used by the British colony
in constantople before the turn
of the century. Nascent bridge
was akin to whist. The dealer
named the trumps or d the
choice to his partner- nets
could double, but otherwise stayed
silent-
Honours were highly prized,
and spades had thetoW08t rank.
hearts the highest.
One of the earliest books on
bridge was Pons Asinorum pub-
lished in 1899. ew copies exist
today. Mine comes from Biblia-
gora, a new venture by David
Rex-Taylor, who sells only bridge
literature, specialising in rare
books of antiquarian interest.
(!A Whittonf Waye, Hounsltow,
Middx. 894 262).
Here's a hand from an expert
game in Ostantoo pte.
North
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South deals and chooses to pla
in no-tr nps He wins the thert
lead and turns to spades Win-
rnng wth #A, East bohiy leads
the OK to knock out dummy's
only entry. This is now called
the Merrimac Coup and Bast was
surely a fine natural player to
instead of making amie-there
was no need to ca it-South
was kept to l tricks.


REX MORGAN, M.D. Dal Curtis

YES---AND SHE GOVERNOR, I FEEL I REALIZE THAT WHEN MY WIFE---JAME'S MOTER---
SSAID THAT HAT YOUR DAUGHTER I'VE NEGLECTED IED TWO YEARS AGO, I DROE
DY THE WAY, DIl M155 JANIE. SEEMED NEEDS MORE OF HER IN THAT MYSELF IN 5UicU "
CALE TELL YOU THAT SHE VERY HAPPYj OlP PERSONAL I REGARD--ALTHOUGH MY W)Mk-
HAD DINNER AT THE MAN- ATTENTION IT'S DIFFICULT
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STRAND REFUSED TO TALK TO THE I HAS 'OLD WAKEMAN THAT YOUR IN PRISON, HOW CAN AND I CAN'T
DISTRICT ATTORNEY YESTERDAY E HE'LL TALK WHEN THEY'VE THEORY THE PAYMENT BELIEVE JEAN
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16 The Tribune - Wednesday, April 24, 1974


WRESTLING

GRUDGE REMATCHES

Thursday Nite

APRIL 25TH.
DOORS OPEN 7:45 P.M.

If RAIN...Performance
will be same time MON.


'House of

CHAMPIONS'
(formerly Birdland;
Mt. Royal & Carew

3 Single Matches

1 Trophy Match

-Plus-

Semi-inal
4 Man Tag-Team

MAIN EVENT
CHAMPION TROPHY
MATCH
4 Man Tat-Team


SENSATIONAL BAHAMIAN
GRAPPLER


SMILING MR. CONFIDENCE
CHRIS ROLE


SNEEKY-SNEEKY
LITTLE BUGS


ILA I
IRON MAN
DESTROYER


MR. GOOSE'S
PRIDE & JOY
WILD JOE GOOSE


Students $1
Ladies $2 -General $4
DOORS OPEN 7:45 p.m.
THURSDAY,
APRIL 25TH.

7' Beck's...

the BIG One
will be thers!

p Will you?
Distributed b v
-" WMn. Brewer Co. Ltd.,
Nassau


I'LL BE

READY,

WILLIAMS

WARNS

BARR
M I D )L 1 W E IG; H T
contender Kid Barr, returning
to the ring after hand injuries
takes on Cleveland Williams in
the featured semi-final event
Friday night at the Nassau
Stadium on the Elisha
()hd* R..y lece card.
Williams, an experienced
boxer said he underestimated
Barr in their first outing' last
year. r-his tirne he will be
ready Williams suffered a
detfet then.
"I expect a tough fight but 1
feel no doubt tflat the Kid will
emerge victorious," Barr's
manager Marty (;oldstein said.
"Barr feels levele is a good test
for him." Both Williams and
American (harley "Baby"
Fullard have been asking for
rematches. Fullard was another
ol Barr's victims last year.
(;oldstein said that Fullard
should he a final tune up
before a rematch with Ike
HIooks to ishotn Barr dropped
one ot his three decisions. "It
will he a different story this
time with Ithosks.' he said-
"We plan lo stop him in five or
Icss."
PALMDALE TOURNEY
THIE PALMDALE Golf Club
sponsors its annual spring
tournament at Coral Harbour
on Sunday There will also be a
longest drive and closest to the
pin contest
1 ie r ollt wing ri the line up:
I first tece 8:00 V 'rosa, J. Moree ,
BI. Slatter. I' irelli. 8.30 i-.
t)imhero, I'. Darville. (. I riesen, B.
Mueller. 8.37 M. Kelly, I.
I rrwn t,' io saacs. I. l.unn: 8.44
C' tartille. A. Aitken, B.
Stevei s, Sn, Mr. Brown. 8.51 -
I (;iv;an. I Bethel. B.
hitting, B Pinder, 4.00 T.
Mosko. N Radtford. J. Albury. H.
l ouis. toh te-e 8.30 A.
.I ghthourn, L. Knowles. WV.
Wemnick. I Alhury: 8.37 K.
Russell. C Saunders, R. Hall. B.
('are 844 S. Bethel. 1I. Grant,
1) Roherts, B. 1-riesen; 8:51 R.
More D1 curry Jim Albury. L.
D)algliesh: 9.00 A. Smith, B.
Ranson. R. vans. B. Thompson.
BASEBALL
SCHLITZ'S chance to tie up
Del Jane for first place will see
them against Jet Set in B B.A.
feature game tonight starting
9.30 p.m. at Q. ES.C
In the first contest beginning
7.00, C'arroll's meet Heineken
Stars


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Queen's
By Gladstone Thurston
ST. AUGUSTINE'S College got off to
honours in the senior girls volleyball series
yesterday handily topping Queen's College
in straight set 15-8 and 15-6 in the first game
of the Inter-Scholastic 1974 season.
In top form, their junior boys defeated C.
I. Gibson 15-6 and 15-5 winning their first in
two played. They bowed to L. W. Young in
the opening game 15-13, 11-15 and 16-14.
Junior girls were no less smart. Having
dropped the first set l 1-15, they triumphed
15-1 and 15-5 over C. I. Gibson on Monday.
S. A. C. trailed 3-0 after the first four
revolutions in yesterday's second game
before Denise Whylly at the line ignited their
winning rally by breaking Queen's shut out
bid.
Sheryl Flowers followed her at the line
and served into an unstable centre. Queen's
found her deliveries almost unreturnable.
Those that came over, Whylly, Denise Moss
and Stephanie Knowles brought together
S.A.C.'s defence.
However Whylly miscued on a defensive
bump sending the ball out of bounds
breaking Sheryl's service in S.A.C.'s favour
12-4.
From then on, it was smooth running for
the 'Red Machine'. They gave up just two
more points enroute to victory.
St. Augustine's in the first game held a
strong 11-2 when defence fell through and
Blanche Armbrister served Queen's four
points behind. Coach Hugh Lawrence took a
time out.
Returning to the court S.A.C. gathered
momentum blanking their opponents the
remainder of the route. Coach Lawrence
figured that game was just the beginning of a
practice session they continued following
the match.
In other games yesterday, Aquinas College
senior girls lost to R. M. Bailey in straight
sets of their best of three contest.
R. M. Bailey High junior girls defeated
Oueen's College 15-11 and 15-10. Bailey
High's junior boys lost to Queen's 15-4 and
. 15-9.
Senior girls action resumes Thursday as
follows: A. F. Adderley vs C. C. Sweeting:
Aquinas College vs St. Augustine's: L. W.
Young vs Bailey High; and G.H.S. vs St.
John's.


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Stephanie Knowles on offence scores
during yesterday's match against Queen's
College. Pictures: Vincent Vaughan (Pei
Photographers)


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St. Augustine's Denise Moss bumps on
defence while teammate awaits to set.


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JUAN FERNANDEZ, left, and co-driver Gardner Young
lead the race for the offshore outboard class of the
American Power Boat Association 1974 season. They are
seen here with some of the trophies and silverware they've
won in capturing first outboard position in all five races to
date. Their next test is the Sam Griffith Race, May 4.

Junior squash battle

THE THIRD annual Nassau both of Government High,
junior squash championships with several other strong
are underway with over 20 contenders.
RESULTS Ot- FIRST ROUND
entries in the boys and girls MATCHIES
divisions BOYS Rory Higgs (SAC) beat
The 1972 and '73 girls Delworth Gibson (R. M. Bailey)
champion Rhonda Grant of 9-0 9-4; Ricardo Delaney (GHS)
government High School beat Rudolph Stubbs (R. M. Bailey)
Government High School won 9-0;9-3.
her first match 9-0; 9-4 against GIRLS Rhonda Grant (GHS)
Miranda Doyle of Queen's beat Christine Brown (Q.C.) 9 0:
College. and is favoured to 9-2; Renee Smith (Q.C.) beat
i r t Miranda Doyle (Q.C.) 9-0; 94;
retain her title. Cyprianna Inigraham (Q.C.) beat
Former boys champion Audrey Forbes (R. M. Bailey) 9-3;
Robert Phillips (St. 9-2.
Augustine's) will not be Semi-finals and finals will be
defending his championship played on Saturday at 10.00
leaving the way open for Rory a.m. to be followed by
Higgs of St Augustine's, Feron presentation of the Alan Bates
Bethel and David Ferguson floating trophies.
BASKETBALL
PRF SIDENT Vi n ce sporting public is welcomed.
Ferguson, giving his address
tonight, is one of five speakers Dr. Tim McCartney speaks
appearing on the agenda of the on 'drug abuse in sports and
Bahamas Amateur Basketball society in general.' The
Association's second annual Commissioner of Ne w
convention. Providence speaks on 'the
Lasting through Saturday, responsibility' of the police.
the convention is hosted in 'Gambling influence in sports
the Churchill Suite of the and society.' will be Mr.
Sonesta Beach Hotel. Sessions George Mackey's topic which
begin 7:30 each evening and, will be followed by 'discipline
besides two representatives in sports and society,' by Fr.
from each member club, the Dudley Strachan.


Perez

cracks

number

seven
NEW YORK Cincinnati's
Tony Perez cracked his seventh
home run of the season while
Roger Nelson and Pedro
Borbon stiffled the Cubs on
three hits, leading the Reds
past Chicago 5-3 Tuesday night
in a Nati nal League baseball
game.
Nelson fieldd the Cubs hitless
until the sixth. Bill Madlock's
ground single to right broke
the no-hit bid. Perez hit his
homer in the first innings,
scoring Joe Morgan ahead of
him. Dave Concepcion singled
for two more runs in the eighth
inning.
Ccicinnati 5. Chicago 3
St. Louis 8, Houston 2
San Diego 10 New York 2
Los Angeles 5, Philadelphia 3
Montreal 8,. San I rancisco 4
Cleveland 2. Oakland I
Kansas Cit S5 Boston 2
Btaltimore 4, California 3
Minnesota 1, Detroit 0
Chicago 3, Milwaukee 2

India draw
EASTBO'RNI Young
Brijesh Patel steered India to
safety in the first game of their
English tour yesterday with a
sparkling century.
India were in some difficulty
in the two day match when
Patel came in. But the
21-year-old son of a movie
house owner raced to 107 in
two hours 40 minutes with one
mighty six and 17 tours and
India drew the game against
Derrick Robin's XI.
GOLF
QUENTIN CHISNAL and
Betty Ranson put together
scores of 30 and 34 for a net
total of 64 winning the South
Ocean's first spring
membership tournament. Eric
Gibson Jr. and Shela Delahey
shot a net 65 for second place.
Aston Martin and Pat
Johnson with a 66 were third.
Beryl Higgs captured the
longest drive contest.

SOCCER RESULTS
SOC('CR results in England last
night :
Division One
Uverton I Manchester Utd. 0
Wolves 0 Leicester 0


GOLFER Lee Elder shot a
four round total of 274 and
defeated England's Peter
Oosterhuis in a four hold
sudden death playoff Sunday
winning the Monsanto Open
tournament in Pensacola
Florida.
In winning his first
American tour triumph. Elder
became the first black golfer to
qualify for the Masters
tournament next year. Elder
conditioned himself for that
tournament on courses in
Nassau.
The Bahamas Amateur Golf
Club announced today that
besides having sent a
congratulatory telegram to
Elder, they will be sponsoring


PETER GILCUD, a St.
Augustine's College graduate.
was voted the University of
Minnesota's most valuable
basketball player by his
Gopher teammates.
The six-foot-seven centre
played in all the Gophers'
games as they compiled a
12-12 season record and a 6-8
Big Ten mark.
Gilcud also a member of
the Becks Cougars basketball
club led the Gophers in field
goal percentage. He scored
half of his field goal attempts.
Hlenr l. ightbourn,c
another St. Augustine's
College grad set a new record
in the 50 and 100 yards
freestyle swim competition at
Bryant College. Rhode Island.

He did the 50 yards in 24.3
seconds in a performance
against Bridgewater State


a delegation of golfers to
support Lee during his bid for
Masters honours.
Elder had to come from two
strokes back with two holes to
go in regulation play to gain
the tie. He punched a
seven-iron shot to within three
feet and made the putt for a
birdie on the 17th.
On the 18th, Elder got his
drive in the woods, hit a
magnificent six-iron hook shot
under the around the trees to
within six feet of the cup and
made the putt for a tieing
birdie.
Having matched strokes with
Oosterhuis for the first three
holes of the play-off. Elder
birdied the fourth for victory.


then set a new 100 yards
mark with a 56.8 timing
against Boston College on
February 2.
A Bryant College release
said that Lightbourne was the
top individual performer on
the Bryant varsity this season.
"He quickly became a
wellknown figure in the New
England collegiate swimming
circles."
TENNIS
THE MONTAGU Beach
T.V. Studio and Club's first
classic will be held between
May 9 and 19 at the Montagu
Beach courts. Entrants may
contact resident pro Bradley
Demneritte at 31881.


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