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VOL. LXXI, No. 128 Thursday, April 25, 1974 Price: 20 Cents
VOL.~~~~ III N.12


Pass the







word,
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visitors


IT'S 'VITAL' FOR SELLING BAHAMAS

lIIi IMI'ORIA(AN(I to the t hliini.as o visitor satisfaction and word-ol-ntilltit
,idvcrllj in.il wais itiid'crs1orcl by .a I;cadli in ; ra\ l cionsilIant Ioday vwhlln hc ic r eaIlc't
thatl ion\ 20( per ccnl ol' Ih c' unltry's annual tourist trade is r-pcat hbsiness.
"Ilic ellectl ofi his is that [lie Bahamlas Ilust, each yeal. create a whole Indi utl) over," Mi
William D (Pl) lPullelson told some 150 representatives attending Inter/View '75, the Ministry ol
1lo ismii-sponsored conference oln future Irends in the travel industry.
I he I wo ly mieet ing i.
I igU held Iat the I incralt By NI(KI KELLY innin
I'cdt li ( iinvenllnlln Hall ________________IIII
Warning thal thie Baliams's5 inflation and erosion was "'a
i.iiagc abroad was not all it ery modest increase," Mr writer
lsho ld be. Mr illterslon, aid Pattelson said I lhe present
liha! i ( encral Mlotors hid lo t i Bdget allocall onl o i irism ( AROI.YN COAKII FY
lind i ,t I per cent new bilyers is .5 million I I ('. Swcelinig Iligh SchoC
flor ls erstl ever\. year sales On tihe basis o a A 10 million alnd Rudolph Cleare of S
exeeu lives vlIoul i I a stalte budget, tilt Btahaii would he Augustines collegeg e are wP inne
"I siot1. I. cell in g eac.h I tlirnsit ot an lf th e 1974 ('hainllher
(ietnrial voloi, lihas 90 per c\pelndtlire ot l S.5. whith C ('omni ertc School Elssa
cent repilta business 1n iheir woulhld earn more hllan 5 ?35 pr ( contest, Oscar R W I'hillip
cas Ihe tiBaliahmas has 20 pei head in tax revenue tor the chairman ofi tlhe Chamiher
ke0tl Ihal's why It it ,s0 g ve'rIilllrment. he c planned C('lllo m rc Week (o'(mllllitte
il porilat tll had visI toi who i n lii ntrast .ai alica was a 11noti1iced today
conli hIere o bhack \ ilh ,i good spending SI 51 l. eactl tourli
impressionl" \ccordlinmg to Mr Patlersonl he Presentation of awards w
Ihe best agency tl0 soellinl Bailhamas cannot atllord to he iude at tihe ( 1ha helr
tlie Baha iasll lie det aiei is spend less than S55 5 ;nd Distinguishtied Ciltn A ai'w
ol l oal-liot i ills "h Is should he prepared to spend Banquet a tlite SIherati
.hsolutllc' vital toi tile success $8, which would pult its tourist British Colonial Iotel
oil 1he Iahiainas '" b dget at S3 million "still Salillday April 27
Inter/View '75 is an less than 'alf that of Jamaica
, g-" .lh ilh.' pt, *i f t ih |,..ig ... is 'I 1 1i. uo1 the essas cM nlt
which has forced ctoiuntlries 11,po(,tanli that lhte people, Ihe was "Whal rorism Means
Induslrr\ and the government .!c.' chosen' h1 the commllrritt
llundersland the inlexorabi, le
I ... l,,i.. t il h fig u rres Youv l e A T" -I A


WILLIAM PATTERSON
.world-wide to teassess their
tourist promIti onu inll ie light
ot higher tIavel costs., lewer
plane seats, inl flaion iiltt
devaluation
Ihle new cCnditIonS are
i itC easiltg tuo pIinl e Il it i'
w world -w\ide. Mr Pallersotn said
I lie Balhaas %was in
competition not only with the
whole world hlut also will
world Onikl iiOllo s
lr lalterson left no doubt
1 to llie tt ti iipor tlancit' t
itoitls'1 1i0 l ie BII haImlI
econll oM
I li' it li'a ir.l it so iurces ol
lit islanids ( sun. l sa d. sciA) ale
ia lly t slittd lot IttIi ismt

a imi I1 i, it) tl,' It'l ndi le Li
industrial lliat \\ ill do .is lmuch
lor \ ou is tourism ." lie
decl.ai.rd
Ilhe people ot lIhe Bahi as
we' .l 111 tssetl ial nll d 1 nlegidl
par tt l the tourist industry
tll it. w a s: im polt'llant lt I lli ll
to reali/e how i i\1 r hIi bl)
Involved wilh il they were. M\11
Pailterson stiesseil.
lit regretted, le said. l hat al
a tlie g when tlliet co trll ries
wetre increasing their Iourism
budgets, tle Bahamas had
chosen to keep its o\n 1
stationar
'Jtainmatica i I spending
lore ii money than tlhe Baiamias
lo gel Iless lihan h1il htle tourists
ihe Ialiahamas is icceiing now,
lie declared.
Based onI a "logical" analysis
of tIle figures. the tBahamas's
goal ior 1) 75 musi he S.11()
million I in tourism earnings. S('O
million iolln ligovernimenIl revenues
and lhe influt\ of 1I 7 million
tourists
To achieve this tlhe
governmental ust be Irepaied
to allocate a budget of al least
$10 million which. with



I Iu i Ii FIIo
.SEE
I i nn ul t.i I r ot I hlu r S hl \"
SNOW SHOWIN(. '
"DOLLY WANTS IT IN
YOUR DINING ROOM"
0aUSAVE!


no choice." lie declared. "You
cannot afford to dot less Ihe
stakes arte o high "
Mr. Patlerson said to
reporlit's later that tlhe
Ministry ol I ourism was
responsive and tinderstanding
of ihe needtt I increase its
budget, "but tlhe scale on
which it is io be expanlded ilay
th in some doubt," lie
exp lainied
While the government was
Snd erst aidahly concerned
about schools and hospitals, it
sIhould also Ihe remembered. lie
said filat "it \oil are going to
haI e social Iben fits and l a hiigh
standard of liviilg ot1 l ha\ve got
lo I i es in thie grow r t health
Ianld t abirlitl oit he l ouris I



iitdli1 i t \ "
Mr IPjierson said within
this Iral he bigge 'sl challenge
to lie Bahailmas was coming
I rom Bergtmudai llte VIingin
Islands. P'lei Rt cot Metico
and ( JlLada
I arl o ll "I future shock" lih'
Bahamas imuist consider ten
goal lllandt guideline (I s ort
sia f g111iad 1 g s It tourist
Iioldusiry in 1i1 74
S lie standards ofl SerNce a
st'riouis problem t'i l o tI lt Ie
Bhamas lmust conItinue Ilo
lie i p o111 d, o lie said l lite
Bahdamianlll peopl t ere lt lit'
collllluntr 's gr'.iesl assets, and it
W .as iliporllanl that iher ieal/e
ihow nlecssiary they were to) lht
succlaes ot thlie itndust r

ket \nllt t' r considterai otll
\w s cost control (GIiollllnd
,elv ices slu l as iholels musI do
lill i l lheil pow\Ct' to conit't ol



and deCsplte economic 1 land
political unceilai stl l Ihe\ werec
going l o litr el lie question
\w as, w h ie re
Inflatiion anlid 'stagflar tion i
were going to lit'e will us ilot .1
good mian eaI and will
faleclt IeI cos t lacIor. Mr11
Patterson said.
Another consideration was'
IlIe new\ price \aluie facloi.
lavellers, conditioned bh ile
consinie i noventie were now
demanding value in return for
their morlev.
Ali inr provenllent in lihe
qtlualilty of serice was therefore
essential. Mi Patllerson told
reporters alei wards that there
had been a "marked
improvement" in service in the
Ballhamias over the past three
years. and particuh'rly in the
i i |1 i m months.


AAIR TI


111H \VAILABILIY of
I' S.-Bahamas transportation
facilities is the kl i to
re-establish ing the Bahamas ill
lihe' U[S tourist market,. NMi
Johnr Slurneil gt'ie ral sales
llimanager ol tile Balhama'1
Touristt Office for Norlh
America emphasisedt al tle
Inti %, ,', "-74 seminar today
Mr Stlurlney said there li
been "i noliceahle d \ownw\\ ard
trend" in the number ot ai'
visitors fromi the United Stat'es
over lthe past two \ ears.
lIIe t Iscribed li energy
crisis as having been a "goltden
pportunii il to capitalism oil
t Ie iresuilling short-haul
dvaca.ltio l ii iiirketl all
opportuniilli thai was Iost
because U .S airlines sharply
ledtIIed ihel services to I hI


As .1a rksul, hCl urged .ill
b Iranhces o t i l Ithelo rnISiI
industry I o develop greate i
col iini il t ll o It. utnl de1 stld1111 in

thie iseleSO tlo deil vvilhlilsl
tlil "'el io llic-r 11,1la ons
s "'li r itliht' sit ll tions
IT here is nI lo e Iri IIch o
Oll1 inildusl\ wh h is liceicce
to ,ill l ihe e pertise, knowledge
aid aliiliy Io develop aild
prom ole t. I oiIsll sl l,,ic c s 1tllv.
for too lonul'. li ,ass e t l.
"m an\ o l s in ln 1,s ilndusl r \
"1 thi .ipps oi \\ worked in
1he pal ani d produced
laiouill e iculls." he added.
illm oi otien tlhan lnol it \\as ill


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of,
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of
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LVEL IS A KEY TOO


habit ol -h i 'reedig s 5iuccess alld
t'fiew alt a Is \\ I1\ "







lita 5, l h~l tiitl h :k titti i t lbu
He' sml he k o o t
I S li 1 .i ersi 1 d mll lll i ti
energy is \\,as ,1 "pri) elI

hic \as rltlelling to














I the 1' 1 It11 11 1o 111 S C 1lI iT
I he three iiaor I' carne'rs
o tlhe Baha'la il1 a i'- l 1i ti 1i. ui
schedule i s and seal ...i'l d l .1 1
I) .. per 1c'il during tih thte<
peak w\ inlte r r l llih s !
1-chbruMa, Maih and \pn


lrlinest reai t d I l lt lt rl i
Tr iNis) llte y \ 1 lilt C did J ,i1 1n1

\\hI tlcere \\Ji 1 noli di.ilk ,iI nk
considell, tr.lion)0. 01 is ii" I ( KiiA",
i\\tn tlhe 11 inist11 i II l i ni
-1Io IlLic IIn w Ins tak ei
tions, tilndecIslainI!'. and
ci-lopei ati\ planning in lhe
lIol ." lie 11.i1I
I o kH h vi 1 i th il u e \1
Iu nk v wrnI on lo sa\ TI p'i \ts
S t!Illkt \L \ '1ll 1 Jl lb ,1 I I I
tr q either I and ( .nad1 i
' lim d lc l te l h a t I l h le t ,' l c i t s , ,
ilic lie v deloiaii Inl I I (
( luliteu, otils hilal erL i oI irs
,n i Il oiil new t' 1 telail ,iC-,

L rele CC r Ililt ik. t In 1i "
l ihaIna ","

Hel continued


"'e a' e c exirmiell
, ii|>i ini ,l :ii. t le i thati I'1 4

l. B lhiain.is


,i l ali. h il I \ ,
I llinspo t ioll i n t roil tlhe
I S \"


lhe said lh1 l \while seat
,i ih. t illll w t s i l ing ini
Ciiida. "we ie hopeful thati

AiLit llie I' S t is\ I\\ ll nt ,c









rt'C i t't'0il i .11 t I titI t111 I 111! llilt
1 rc nl d I t rillV lh l, n ten
Mi .q tlll 0 1l .lIl\\ jin \tiu ,iI

Ilk o1 1ic w1h1, 1t do'es poset
,1 cr\ Np ic i i pir|lo1l'i'm i \\ill Ie
\1i.ia 11i-N11ass ti "

I 1 ,I lid it lhle cuire t t light
ui-cl i, o iltinueC s "it M\ill

liit kcin o e tlotI il 1 the I S \.
\~hd '0r. Soulhw d.i aIC

IIlin gatewa%

1 Lid hal d 1iiin l "4
di Jd p' C\ap, k.n iI d It \ tc
cii" I >iP, iss t i Baiiu ,Nmas sI Ill

)' .'- NIsIh itI c ll II; ltIe I S


Russell

cleared

of bank

robbery

HI.1 I RI N\( 11
Russell. otne tit lor mltl
cIarged l ut \ a l its \ lh thii

'lle rI ll oi l ( i Ro\ a Bi ank
oft ( a mld l ist A.lI \\A,i'
Iacl III I l It Sup e e I t'
('t r i irt \lu t ielln dl.i. ,
I h s l1 111 a It, dell ia Ca .
notl i uill k l \ ict onil a h.iaret
io recettil IIm jit ailimstl W 's s
Street sallulo kcpit'l Rodney
Bullard. 40. 0liho \\,is acusj,
of reccl ling 4 (000 of thel
stolen .4 '..7(i h t I kiks m onelt
Russcll. J lI -I car-t il
tailtr atldt c i\-iolt Cumal
t denied I nI1 oilV'l e ci n tll
rlilbbers \ lern hite l t ,liti
lW ednesalit alt'e iii t 1o I
Bill Ihte- \0outlh tliilted
g\in i Bullaidul 1500) lithelp
etlain i la ,s tic'r 1 hi l ort iier
I. -di t cuLst' d C'hristopher
Johnson, "2. ot (ah iritlg
SIreet lie l'iouglit tltC i1o ell'
fromu Ii t-eporI ol hlp
Jolhnson \ hto lhadl once heen
Ilis sister's I o\ riu nd. ie said
Johnson ipleai.'idet d g ilty al
ltie outsl tl Ih ri ial and was
sentenced' i t lour ears in jail
by Mr JIusl ict Saiuelnc
G ;rhamln Antlhloi t' accused
Basil Sears, who5, was
represenritetl t y .i t oiney (Cecil
Wallace Whittlel was
tlischarged vshJel chiarges were
dropped ag.iginst him on
Nionday.
Sears was rt'leased after
an mquirntl into allegations of
police forcing him into giving
them a sta iment which tlhe
prosecution said ihe had
volunteered
Russell, represented h\
atlornet ( 'iarles Barnwell
who was later assisted h> Mr
Whitfield. was the only
accuse.Id to testily during tlhe
trial Bullard. represented hby
Mi lienry Bosti'ick declined
to gle evltence.
Ihe jury. headed b, Mi
Spurgeon Beclhell rt'urneud ai
8-4 not guilty lilnding in
Russell's case and a 9-.3 not
guilty l' i licl Ol on the charge of
i'..;, ii' ,i-;.ilisl B ullard

MEETING
I IlI RI (;II \ 1< moR ntlil,
iie'cting iofl the liusilt'ss and
PI I t e ss i tal I Wo ntle it's
\S.,soctv'altiOn ul L \t Ne% r ts I r idience
%ill I e heldi at the Sonestai
liHach IHolel l p.in lotinrrow


FNM


SLAMS


POLICE



CAR PLEA


combat crime, said the INM.
1:uiliermorre all law-abiding
citizens should he happy to
sliow their appreciation for the
Mienl l fI te I-orce who are the
guardians of the law by day
anid hb iihlht
"But ii is something near
scanldaIlous for lie (Governmente
to 111find itself in ie position
where a direct appeal has to te
made to tile public for funds to
bIul equlipmentIi which the
Police Force should have,"
charged the iFNM.
Over lie last few years the
PIL (;overnmerllt has raised
taxes to a back-breaking level
andi they have argued that all
lis increased taxation is
rlecessary for them to carry out
their responsibilities In tihe
budget for this year S280.000
was provided for trans-
portation equipment for the
Police, said the FNM
"What has happened to this
moneyy' Ilas it all been spent
already'? Or is it not there to
spend?
'These are questions which
should occupy the public's
mind in the light of this
extraordinary appeal for
voluntary tax contributions. If
the G(overniment is unable to
meet its commiitments then the
public also has the right to ask.
in view of all the increased
taxation, if tihe Treasury has
been so seriously depleted by
waste and padded contracts.
charged the FNM.


Woman on murder charge


A FEASTE Lane woman
who was arrested Sunday by
police officers investigating a
stabbing compl ~! in the
Wulff Road area was today
charged in the magistrate's
court with murder.
.1/rv. I 'rgiiita RIl.c,
accused of causing the death
of her husband Willard was
ordered kept in custody until
May 30 by Magistrate George
Hannays for a preliminary
inquiry to be opened into the
charge.
She was not asked to
plead.
The 51-year-old man died
Wednesday at the Princess
Margaret Hospital.
Mrs. Rolle is the second
pe .'in to have been charged


with murder this week.
Yesterday, a 43-year-old
Comfort Street housemaid,
/ il/iun Rih i was charged
before Chief Magistrate
Wilton Hercules with the
death of Prince Taylor. 39.
on Sunday.
FASHION PARADE
A "Tots and 'Toddlers'
Fashion Parade will he' held on
Sunday, April 28 at 3 30 p In.
at SI Joseph's churchh lHall
Farrington Road as parl ol tht
church's 40th Jubiiee 'car.
Appearing will he the St
Joseph's Recorder Band and
I)ancing Group. Scenes in the
parade will include church.
sports, fornmal and bedtie
fashions


Only 12 qualified



Bahamian accountants


1IR B \ I IRON Bethel.
I'1m11aneii, Scut Idn to 1 i0
11 Il il tL11(Ic a a1a111 ghl d ht



\Ii nli tlt I' ftiA ( il rlan ttrt 'dg
I nt lt lc e I r l (Chla lcret
N\ i lui pt.ill S t! Ilct h\iihtragt'
HoeCtl ihIl ih h(' .llcgC oI hc
Bmllahtas is n o\\ (1lin i, nd that
piesidenti Il) l)a\ id Kniwles

assumlied ollIIin thne itis \lod\ .
IctllegC Is ilt'n 1 o11 1 111
,H!.hl; i"ni tr hIIa |tIo in otl view
1I1 Bcthel saidl Is iilunisli
\,i, vei\ Ip Ic'a \d 10 ito sc I' lkc
o11gain .i it i oll I theI B.I.. .1 ..
Slihil h i IN l riii m lheO
ctlllli1ii1tilll s, MICIH'l ln Ill' ell iN
ICdlt\,init tii lt i llt' IsN l O lit'
siltlet's I
lI'C Intc t hIi ll (iih i!lt' ( )i


thi Bahiamlas is oftcrilng tth
l!lkds ot couLIrs'es the counlltrI
need, e. speCciall) in business
IlI slid the college wa ill onsltill
wllh I lhe ut sinessli ll cimil unil
to Iild otil ithe courses ncsedti d
mil si, and 1h.it thec Minil try ofl
I ducaltioni ill illite the
h LISl 11 CSS c, MI IIIi l' Itl to
p~arlicipate on al L al\diso y
tcoil I ll ItIitcii i
i Ie said hiss IiiislIvy is
conscious ot lhe nlied for a
higlh degrc protes,,ionalisil
in lhe world today ilnd thai
the college will give greatly
allenllion lto his end.
lhe college would bhe a
comiui nitll y coll.ege. ie sJid.
operating \with a greatly degree
o)t aLl(t lnomlii iand wt\ill I be
lunided partly b\ government.


Chairman hits back in Fox Hill Library row


THE CH\IRMAN of tihe Fox Hill
Library today corrected what lhe
termed "somile erroneous statements
made in the press" about the dismissal
of Florence Ramsey as assistant
librarian.
Mr. Prescott Davis denied that Mrs.
Ramsey was assistant librarian, saying
she held the post of "trainee
librarian." and lie claimed she failed an
intelligence test given her and two
other applicants by the Ministry of
Education and Culture in July 1967.
"Mrs. Ramsey failed the test with a
marking below 50 percent," he said.
In a prepared statement Mr. Davis
said Mrs. Ramsey was appointed to the
library in September 1967 when the
library first opened. He said he was
not a member of the Board of Trustees
at the time as he was still at school in
Canada. But he said that one of the
five board members was Mrs. Ramsey's


husband, Mr. Fred Ramsey
Mr Davis also clanned that "tlhe
actual setting up of the Iibrair was,
started some two years later alter the
appointinent ofi Mrs. Christine Frith as
librarian in October 196 And lie
said that to his knowledge no available
minutes on library acti\ities exist prior
to Mrs. Frith's appointment
On appointment Mrs Frith had
obtained Part I of the final
examination of the library association
British), said Mr. Davis: but Mrs.
Ramsey had no local academic
qualification such as BJC or GCE.
in Nov. 1969 the Ministry of
Education in a communication to the
library chairman set out the
qualifications to be attained by the
two library staff. Mr. Davis said that
this communication in part read: ....
"Mrs. Frith should be requested to
undertake the responsibility of


training Mrs Ramsey up to at least tlhe
Iirst professional examinallon of the
British Library Association
Meanwhile, Mrs. Frith should be
advised to study for and write the Part
I. final examination of the
Library Association."
Mr. Davis said the appointment of
hI/ I/ (,h as librarian on March
1974 was the replacement for Mrs.
Frith who resigned in Sept. 1973 and
the appointment of .l/i\ .hiuithaii
lii1ii\ in March 1974 was the
replacement for Mrs. Ramsey. Mr.
Davis said Miss Minnis has one GCE
and six BJC subjects. And he claimed
that both posts were advertised in the
local press, but "there were no replies
for the post of librarian."
It has been reported that Miss Leigh
is a Jamaican.
The chairman said the members of
the board present at a meeting on


%March 5 "unanimously agreed" to
advertise for and appoint a new trainee
librarian with qualifications to support
training. This was to be the
replacement for Mrs. Ramsey. he said.
and he concluded: "The board had
now fully recognized that Mrs. Ramsey
did not have the basics to support the
training requirements of the post."
But despite this claim by Mr. Davis.
a letter signed by four board members
Joseph Hutcheson, Miriam Roker.
Oscar Moss and Ena Bailey has
asked the Education Minister to
reinstate Mrs. Ramsey as "assistant
librarian" as they "did not agree or
had any part in the dismissal of Mrs
Ramsey."
FNM representative Cyril Tynes is
also to raise the matter when the
House of Assembly meets again on
May. 8.


Thie Ministry will hbe
equilpeCd to help the needs ol
the B I C 'A. student pro-
grammne, he said.
The B.I ('.A. mit last night
principal) itl discuss the
proposed stludenrt society
the Institute.
There arc now only I 2
qualified Bahainian accounl-
ants out of the 240
accouintnts presently in the
Bahamas. it was noted.
rhe B .I('.A. has ilade
examination arrange lents with
the Association io chartered d
Accountants in the United
Kingdomt I his decision was
rriatec a tIIci collecting
inftltorrniation tIlrin the U.K.,
('anada. and the' .S.
1lhe proposed student
society will he the Bahamas
I nstli ule of chartered d
Accountants Student Society,
and will he governed by its
own rules and regulations,
altified hy the parent hody.
B.I.(.A. president. Mr. Basil
Sands, gave a lengthy historical
account of the B.I.C.A. which
was formed seven years ago in
I1%7. lie said it was formed hy
five people, of which four were
Bahamians.
B.I.C.A. hopes that by its
next annual general meeting,
the B.I.C.A. will havg been
given statutory recognition.


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Above: Mrs Lorraine Frazer, president of the Bahamas
Secretaries Association, pre,:ents the "Boss of the Year
Award" to Rev. Edwin L. Taylor at a "Boss and Secretary
Luncheon" held at the Holiday Inn Hotel, Paradise Island
yesterday. Rev. Taylor was nominated by his secretary.
Mrs. Marie Murray
Below: Miss Rosemare Clarisse Hanna was named
"Secretary of the Year." She was nominated by her boss,
Mr. R.D.H. Wilmer. president of World Banking
Corporation (Bahamas) Ltd. Here, Miss Hanna, lett. receives
the award from Mrs. Edith Turnquest.


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adll ssion Ilhat (o crl]llnwienll hist
tailed 1o keep lthe I orcte
properly eqauippted '
"I liec p) it sion oft sutl l eh
anti adeCqtale facilities for tlh
imllailellnancte ot law anid order
i' one otl lilt reslponstl1 ilities
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in de an11 cilrcr1umst1 an cet's
abdticatie. said the I-N\1 is a
press slaleiierril
I lite announcement i Mr
Iranklyn Wilson. MP. that his
colirJilttee has "agreed" to
organism a drive for tlhe cars.
a,,1id lite INM. is a clear
indicj lion that the dril c is inl
effecL tn an appeal b\ the P I'
Glovernlllent to lthe iuhlic
Ile i:NM is deetpl
Sconcerniled atb out t lhe
lightening rise of crime in the
Bahamlas and about the severe
burden this has placed on a
F toce which is doing its valiant
Iest under rthe Imost adverse
conditions, including shortage
of imnpower and equipment.
It is our belief that the
unprecedented increase in
crinle is mainly as a result of
I'L.P policies which have led to
widespread ulnemlploym ient."
said the INM.
All law-abiding citilensr
should co-operalt with the
Police in their citorts to


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SIENTI\NE, Laos
American actress Jane Fonda
(piiiuedi toured Vientiane
in a Pathet Lao car today
during a brief stopover on her
way home from Hanoi.
Miss Fonda, who slipped
into Vientiane with her
husband Tom Hayden and
son Troy spent 24 d.,% in
Vietnam making a
documentary "on the
situation there." she said.
Miss Fonda said she had
met with Le Duc Tho and
Premier Pham Van Dong in
Hanoi and travelled to eight
provinces in North Vietnam.
She said she also spent five
days in the so-called
"liberated zone" of South
Vietnam as a guest of the
Communist National
Liberation Front (Vietcong)
"The film will be about the
mood in North and South
Vietnam," the actress said.
"It will deal with the current
situationn in Vietnam and
show the reconstruction in
the north." (AP)

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ARMED TROOPS IN




PORTUGAL REVOLT


LISB^\N Armed
troops seized radio and
television stations in
Lisbon early today and
claimed to have won
power from the regime of
Premier Marcello Caetano.
But an official at the
Foreign Ministry said: "It is
not true that the government

Late Flash: Army rebels
claimed to have arrested
Caetano.

has surrendered. There is an
attempt to take over the
government and the situation is
confused."
A 12-minute round of
niachinegun fire was heard in
the neighbourhood of the Plaza


evidently had not joined the
rebels. There was no indication
available immediately as to
who fired first or how an
apparent confrontation been.
According to diplomatic
dispatches reaching London,
the rebels, styling themselves
"the national junta of
salvation," pledged to work for
the restoration of civil and
democratic rights in Portugal,
work for peace in Portugal's
African territories and run the
country transitionally pending
national elections for a
constitution-writing assembly.
They said the junta had
seven members, but did not
immediately identify them.
The rebels spoke of tthe
failure of the Portuguese
system after 13 years to
formulate an overseas policy


that would produce peace
between Portuguese "of all
races and creeds."
Their proclamation also
spoke of the need "to clean
up" Portugal's institutions, to
eliminate what it called "the
illegal acts which the abuse
power has legalized."

The proclamation also was
said to have declared that the
movement of the armed forces
would "complete a pragramme
of salvation" for Portugal and
would restore to the nation the
civil liberties it had lost.
The junta said it would
exercise power of government
only temporarily until there
could be nationwide elections
for an assembly that would be
charged with writing a new
constitution. (AP)


-South

Africa

sweeps

Vorster

in again
JOHANNESBURG
Leaders of the badly beaten
United Party (UP) suggested
today that the general
election results could pave
the way for a one-party state.
Still incomplete returns
from Wednesday's balloting
give Prime Minister John
Vorster's Nationalist Party
107 seats compared with 39
for the UP and six for the
Progressive Party.
Opposition leader Sir De
Villiers Graaf tried to
encourage his demoralized
followers.
The UP, said Graaf, "is still
the only alternative
government and is carrying
on the fight ...'
Graaf told newsmen that
his party "lost ground to the
Progressives as a result of a
campaign based on
personalities, not policies,
which has confused the
electorate and lent credence
to Nationalist attempts to
denigrate and fragment the
opposition ..."
Informed sources said
today that Graaf is not
expected to lead the UP in
another election.
Several UP spokesmen were
bitter about the outcome of
the election.
Member of Parliament
Vause Raw blamed news-
papers for misleading the
public:
"The public has done what
it was told to do. They have
destroyed the United Party
and put the Nationalists in
forever.
"We will have a one party
state that is what has been
achieved. They have
destroyed the UP to follow a
personality cult and have
created the atmosphere for a
dictatorship. The newspapers,
the English press, has created
a one party state in South
Africa."
Raw was referring to the
decision of several key
English language newspapers
to support individual
candidates on their merit
regardless of party affiliation.
In past elections, most of
these papers endorsed the
entire UP slate.
United Party General
Secretary William Horak was
among commentators who
cited the polarization to both
right and left of South
Africa's white electorate,
leaving the hapless UP
stranded in the middle
ground.


LENINGRAD "It's just
like being in Fitchburg, Mass.
During .he last week of the
campaign," marvelled Joan
Kennedy after her husband,
Sen. Edward Kennedy, was
engulfed by Leningrad
residents eager to ,shake his
hand.
The Kennedy's and their
children were winding up a
week-long visit to the Soviet
Union with a one-day tour of
Leningrad, the stately old
Czarist capital yesterday.
Crowds of Russians pressed
close to the Senator whenever
he was in a public place at
a souvenir shop, the
Hermitage and an electric
turbine factory.
The scenes were
reminiscent of the Kennedy's
stay in Tbilisi, Georgia,
Tuesday, where crowds of
people tried to get near him
at every stop.
Kennedy also toured the
largest electric turbine plant
in the Soviet Union
employing 20.000.
He shook hands with
workers outside the plant.
exchanged vodka toasts with
the director and examined
the huge machines inside.
Earlier in the day,


Premier Caetano
de Comrmercio, Lisbon's main
square, around noon.
l)iplomatic dispatches
reaching London said tanks of
Portugal's 7th cavalry regiment
were deployed there, and that
some civilians were wounded.
The regiment was one which


Dog mauls boy to death


A 6-YEAR-OLD boy was
bitten and mauled to death
by a neighbour's 106-pound
St Bernard dog as he played
in the New York home of the
pet's owner, police
said The dog was
shotgunned to death by its
mistress when it refused to
release the boy from its jaws.


QE2 sails

THE CUNARD liner
Queen Elizabeth 2 today
sailed from Southampton for
a 1 2-day Mediterranean cruise
after urgent repairs to its
boilers that broke down April
1 after sailing from New
York
Cunard officials said
Lisbon maa be skipped
because of the military
uprising there.

Smallox setback
HEAITH authorities have
suffered a critical setback in
their struggle to wipe out
smallpox in India, the last
major country where the
dread disease still lingers.
The smallpox fighters' goal
was to eradicate the disease
on the subcontinent by this
summer. Now an unexpected
upsurge of reported cases has
forced them to push back
their timetable in 1975

Marconi tribute
AN EXHIBITION marking
the centenary of the birth of
wireless pioneer Guglielmo
Marconi opened in London
today at the Science Museum
under the title "I'll Put A
Girdle Round The Earth."
Marconi. born near


Bologna, reached his triumph
at 27 when three faint dots of
a morse signal were trans--
mitted 2.000 miles from
Cornwall. England, to
Newfoundland.

Churches' call
THE WORLD Council of
Churches today called for an
end to British investments in
South Africa by international
banks, saying it will help
bring about the end of
apartheid policies.
A report commissioned by
the council showed foreign
investment in South Africa in
1971 was 17.6 per cent in the
government sector and 82.4
per cent in private industry.


Drug haul
MARIJUANA valued by
police at 25 million dollars
and believed to have come
from Colombia was seized
near the township of Salinas
on the Isle of Caracoles,
south of Puerto Rico.
Police said 190 bags of
marijuana weighing 15,000
pounds, were discovered
aboard a 90-foot boat which
had run aground and been
abandoned by its crew.

Chess battles
FOUR Soviet grandmasters
battling for the right to meet
America's Bobby Fischer
next year. adjourned their
semi-final world chess
challengers matches in
Leningrad and Odessa last
night.
In Leningrad, former world
champion Boris Spassky and
22-year-old Anatoly Karvov
halted their sixth game on the
41st move. They are tied 1-1
with three games drawn. In
the Black Sea port of Odessa,
Tigran Petrosyan and Viktor
Korchnoi adjourned their
fifth game on the 43rd move.
Korchnoi leads their
semi-final round 2-1 with one
draw.


where the staff believes
documentary evidence is
available to aid its invest-
igation.
That would include
Watergate and its aftermath,
the settlement of an antitrust
case against ITT, political
contributions by the dairy
industry, Howard Hughes and
Robert L. Vesco; and Nixon's
income taxes.
In co action with the
taxes, the staff recommended
that the committee conduct its
own investigation to determine
whether there was criminal tax
fraud in the preparation of
Nixon's returns from 1%9
through 1972 for which the
internal revenue service has
assessed Nixon $432,787. (AP



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Kennedy visited Pisk.
arevskoye cemetery, the
burial place of victims of the
siege of Leningrad.
The senator placed red
carnations on the cemetery's
monument, made the sign of
the cross and stood with his
head bowed, lips moving in
prayer.
praB re going to the
Hermitage, Kennedy and his
family bought souvenirs at a
shop that sells for foreign
currency. High on the list of
purchases were fat wooden
dolls for the senator's many
nieces and nephews and for
his little son Patrick who was
left at home in Washington.
Kennedy ran into bunches
of American tourists,
astonished to see him, at
almost every place he went
(AP)


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Catcalls and


cheers for Agnew


WASHINGTON Former
Vice President Spiro Agnew
drew applause when he
arrived at a local sports arena
for a concert by singer Frank
Sinatra.
Catcalls from the crowd of
about 15,000 were drowned
out by clapping last night as
Agnew and his party made
their way to seats near the
stage at the capital centre in
suburban Largo, Md.
Agnew, a one-time
Governor of Maryland and
county executive of
Baltimore county, smiled and
waved at the crowd.
A few minutes later.
Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger and his wife Nancy
arrived and also drew
vigorous applause.
One spectator, asked why
he was applauding the former
Vice President who resigned
last October upon pleading
no contest to a charge of
income tax evasion, said: "I
love him."
The evening marked the
first time since his resignation
that Agnew has appeared in
public at a large gathering.
Sinatra. who frequently
plays host to Agnew at his
home in Palm Springs. Calif.,
appeared here on a
nationwide tour that is
nearing an end. Wearing a


AGNEW
Smiles


SINATRA
'Uptight'


purple sweater with a gold
medallion, he sang a mixture
of familiar old favourites and
current songs.
Sinatra told the audience
he will be glad when the tour
which brought him out of
retirement is over."so I can
go home."

Later, cautioning the
audience that he did not want
to sound too serious, Sinatra
observed that the country
was "uptight" at the present
time but said he thought it
would "grow bigger" as a
result of the experience.

He did not refer
specifically to Watergate, the
Agnew case or any other
political issues but used the
remarks to introduce his final
song, a patriotic ballad,
"What Is America To Me."
(AP)


WASHINGTON The staff
of the U.S. House of
Representatives Judiciary
Committee today recom-
mended dropping a number of
impeachment charges it has
been investigating and said the
committee should concentrate
instead on Watergate. President
Nixon's taxes and contri-
butions to his re-election-
'campaign.
Most of the charges that
would be dropped under the
recommendation relate to
allegations of White House use
of executive agencies for
political purposes.
Also to be laid aside on the
staff's recommendation were
charges relating the the
impoundment of funds
appropriated by Congress, the
dismantling of the office of
economic opportunity, and,
conditionally, the secret
bombing of Cambodia.
A final decision on the
bombing charges is to be made
after release of a Senate armed
services committee hearing
record on the issue.
If accepted by the
committee, the recommenda-
tion would focus the
impeachment inquiry on areas


Bank robbery cars found


SAN FRANCISCO Two
getaway cars used in a
Symbionese Liberation Army
bank robbery with newspaper
heiress Patricia learst have
been found in a basement
p'' irl Hg garage, the FBI said.
Charles Bates. FBI agent in
charge, said it was not known
how long the rented cars had
been in the garage at the Japan


centre on Geary Street in the
city's Western Addition
district.
Police said the Green
Ma verick and 1973 Ford Ltd
were taken to the city police
garage. The FBI did not
immediately disclose how the
cars were found.
Meanwhile, a newspaper and
a television station said that
two women reportedly
acquainted with SLA members
have been called before a
federal grand jury investigating
the Patricia Hearst kidnapping
and the bank robbery.
The witnesses were
identified as Janet Cooper, also
known as Janet Cooper Weiss,
and Cynthia Garvey, both of
Oakland, by the San Francisco
Examiner and and public
television station KQED.
Police said identification
bearing Miss Cooper's name
was used by a woman who
rented the getaway cars used in
the robbery of a Hibernia bank
here April 15. Miss Cooper said
her identification was stolen a
year ago.
The terrorist SLA, which
said it kidnapped Miss Hearst
Feb. 4, invaded the bank April
15, escaped with $10,692, and
shot and wounded two
passers-by. Authorities said
surveillance photos showed
that the 20-year-old newspaper


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heiress accompanied the bank L A
robbers. r
Bank robbery warrants
are out for four alleged SLA for FALL (1974-75) RE-ENROLLMENTS
members three white women
and a black man. Miss Hearst is W E NSU C ITA AA U
sought as a material witness. Wtt WISDO NASAU ClllillA ALADt
Marilyn Baker of KQED 21586 0 32641
reported that Miss Cooper and 641
Miss Garvey were subpoenaed
to appear Thursday before the Preference for Re-enrollment will NOT be given
grand jury. for students failing to re-enroll by MAY IST.
The examiner, edited by
Miss Hearst's father, said both On MAY 1J. All New Applicants and those
women have been in hiding on waiting lists will be accepted on a First Come
since the Hearst kidnapping. -First Serve Basis.
Authorities say both women
have known persons who later
joined the SLA, the newspaper
said. NASSAU CHRTIAN SCHOOLS
Meantime, a photo analyst
said pictures of Miss Hearst THOROUGHLY CHRISTIAN FULLY ACADEMIC
taken by bank cameras during
the robbery indicate she was an CALL: 32641 or ?1586
unwilling participant. (AP)

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NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that DAVID A. GONIN of
Tuck-a-way Road, Nassau is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 25th day of April 1974
to The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs P. O. Box N-3002, Nassau.


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NuLLus ADDMCTU JURAE IN VERBA MACS
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publlsher/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.,
PubUasher/Editor 1972 -
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Thursday, April 25, 1974


EDITORIAL


Bahamas fortunate....so far

By ETIENNE DUPUCH
GRAND CAYMAN, March 20th. The Bahama Islands are
fortunate ... so far.
Starting with my success in breaking down barriers of racial
discrimination in public places in the islands in 1956, our people
have been able to carry through a complete cycle of a social and
political revolution without a single case of violence directly
connected with the movement.
Let us hope that this splendid record can be maintained.
It is true that crime has increased in our islands to a degree that
it is cause for alarm, but we are fortunate in that the police seem
to have the situation reasonably under control ... at least by
comparison with other island communities in this hemisphere.

It would seem that the situation in Jamaica is worst of all.
Jamaica. with an alarming record of unemployment, for which
no solution is in sight, has always been a centre for crime. Way
back in 1692, when its then capital city of Port Royal was sucked
to the bottom of the sea by an earthquake and tidal wave, that
city had the reputation of being the wickedest spot in the
Caribbean.
Now it is experiencing a new wave of the most serious crimes
There have been a number of murders directed at prominent men
in the island.
At the time of writing this article March 20th the last
victim of attack was Paul Fitz-Ritson, 30, a successful attorney of
Montego Bay and, as chairman of National Sports Ltd:, he was an
t. i i ,iniii figure in the sports world.
lie expected this to happen to him. Several days before he was
shot he told friends that he had heard that his name was on a list
of Jamaicans marked down for death. No arrests had been made
in any of the cases at the time of writing this article.

This smear on the reputation of the island is a great pity
because Jamaica is one of the most beautiful spots in the
'Caribbean ... a growing centre for tourism. This state of affairs is
bound to affect the island's tourist business which is an important
item in its economy.
With the establislunent of the West Indies University in
Kingston, Jamaica has also become a great centre for education
but this university has been condemned by the Hon. Errol
Barrow. outspoken Prime Minister of Barbados, who recently
declared that it was now producing a lot of misfits.
A few years ago there was a disturbance at this university
because of the dismissal of a professor who was charged with
Communistic leanings.
Readers of The Tribune will recall that, during the period of
take-over by the P.L.P. in the Bahamas, this newspaper published
several violent letters from students at this university who
claimed to be Bahamians. The most violent letters came from a
man who said his name was Brown .... I've forgotten his first name
.. from Grand Bahama. But so far good sense has prevailed.
Some of our people have behaved badly ... many of them have
-kst the good manners for which Bahamians were reputed... but
there have been no really violent outbursts against any particular
.class in the Bahamas and it is now claimed that some of the most
alarming cases of murder were not the work of our people.

Jamaica's situation is different from that in some of the other
British territories in the area.
In Bermuda the Governor and his A.D.C. and the Chief of
Police were shot and killed by an unknown assailant and the
Commissioner of Police's daughter was wounded. They were all
English. The Governor's dog was also killed.
No one has been arrested for these terrible crimes but it is
believed that the killer is now in prison for a long term for
another violent offence.
In the American Virgin Islands and Dominica white tourists are
being murdered and beaten up in cold blood. Other islands have a
similar record but not quite so bad. And Trinidad nearly had a
military take over of the government.
The British Virgin Islands are only a short distance from the
American group. These islands have had their problems but not
nearly as bad as their neighbours. And so a recent suggestion by
an American public man that the British islands should become a
part of the American group was sternly rejected by the people of
St. Thomas who feel that, in order to secure their tourist
business, they should change the name of their islands.
e Turks and aios Islands have also been happily free from********
The Turks and Caicos Islands have also been happily free from


any tendency to violent crime although observers of this group
feel that, because of their racial composition, it is more likely to
happen there than in the Cayman Islands where people are still
able to leave their cars and houses unlocked at night and there has
been no record of rape.
The people of the Turks and Caicos Islands are conscious of
the fact that Britain is anxious to be rid of all her colonial
territories and that the time may come when they must sever
their connections with Britain.
And so there is a movement in that group to seek
annexation to Canada. This interests me because one of my
earliest recollections in The Tribune as a child goes back nearly
70 years when it was proposed that the Bahamas should be
annexed to Canada. The proposal was promoted in Canada by Mr.
McKenzie, president and one of the pioneers in the Sun Life
Assurance Co. of Canada, and a Mr. McDonald. My father
supported it in The Tribune and in the House of Assembly but
the British connection was so highly prized at that time that the
movement was regarded almost as high treason by Bahamian
leaders of that period. All that can be said about the men behind
that movement is that they were far ahead of the times.

It will be interesting to see whether Canada will be prepared to
undertake this responsibility at this time of racial tensions
spreading its poisonous venom far and wide in the world.
SIt is true that Canada has been generous in giving aid to West
Indian islands, especially in the form of providing new school
buildings for some of them.
But it is felt that, since the experience Canada had with West


WANT FOX

HILL GIRL

REINSTATED
EDITOR, The Tribune:
May I use your valuable
space to voice my opinion on
the dismissal of Mrs. Florence
Ramsey. I had just pruchased
your neiew.'--'p' -f April
22nd ai c th -t Mrs.
Florence Ramsey was
dismissed frotn; tie F-: r:I;
Library by Mr. Prescott U: vis
without the consent of the
other Board Members. I was
shocked because I knew
nothing about this before,
and to think that they
brought in a Jamaican and let
one of our Fox Hill girls go.
Something like this just can't
happen, not in Fox Hill.
After reading your article,
I then preceded to round up
all of my friends on the
blocks and they did not even
know about this. We have all
agreed that The Ministry
should reinstate Mrs. Ramsey,
and get rid of the Jamaican
and her assistant as soon as
possible, because we want our
Mrs. Ramsey to be the
Librarian of the Fox Hill
Public Library and one of our
many unemployed Fox Hill
girls to be her assistant.
I visited the library on
many occasions and have
found Mrs. Ramsey to be
quite qualified to do her job
and a pleasant person to deal
with. We all in Fox Hill love
her, and have the greatest
respect for her.
We would like Mr.
Prescott Davis to know that
the Library belongs to the
Fox Hill people, and if he
wants to run something, why
not try and run his own
affairs, if he could!!
Thanking you again for the
space, and your time.
LARRY PINDER,
Resident of Fox Hill
Nassau, April 23. 1974.

BASRA DANCE
THE Freeport division of
Bahamas Air Sea Rescue
Association are holding their
spring dance at 9 p.m. at the
Independence Hall of the
Holiday Inn on Friday, April
26 with the proceeds going to
BASRA.
Ten of the most glamorous
lady pirates ever to sail
Bahamian waters will be on
hand for the fun evening


By Derek Humphrey
LONDON An urgent
redefinition of British
citizenship is to be made by
the Government.
Just who is entitled to call
himself a British citizen and
who is not is a dilemma
unsolved by successive British
governments since the British
Nationality Act of 1948.
passed at the start of
decolonization. The present
Government believes a
redefinition is crucial for three
reasons:
() Immigration
bureaucracy in London and at


high commissions abroad is
grinding to a halt as
administrative problems
mount.
(2) Britain is in trouble
with the Court of Human
Right at Strasbourg which
this summer nust settle the
four-year-old case brought by
Kenyan Asians kept out by the
1968 Commonwealth
Immigrants Act. A decision
against Britain could amount
to the Court dictating who is
citizen and who is not.
(3) EEC countries are
restive with Britain's loose and
ever-changing definitions and


Blood, sweat & cheers

for Churchill's 100th.


By ATTICUS
LONDON The Churchill
year cash registers are already
ringing: the Duke of
Marlborough has appropriately
got himself in first with an
elegant exhibition of
Churchilliana at Blenheim
where Winston was born 100
years ago this year.
He had Lady Soames,
Winston's daughter Mary,
down to Blenheim last week to
open it. They sat together
afterwards watching a special
film made by Jack le Vien
which will play endlessly for
visitors, and if, in Stanley
Devon's picture, their eyes
look a little moist, it's because
Richard Burton is rolling out
the great wartime speeches of
Winston's so well. A
lump-in-throat experience.
Some of the early letters are
touching. There's one from a
housemaster at Harrow telling
Lady Randolph that her son
Winston, then 15, has had a fall
from his tricycle and had
slight concussion of the brain.
"No serious consequences are
to be anticipated," he wrote,
although Winston, who was
never short of a sense of
destiny, might have wanted to
say that he was storing up for
the world some very serious
consequences indeed.
Jack le Vien is preparing
with the BBC a major Churchill
film to go out to the world on
November 30, the 100th
anniversary of Winston's birth.
It is concerned with the years
leading up the war and will be
called in words used by
Churchill A Walk With
Destiny.
Richard Burton plays


Indian students a few years ago, when they destroyed a large
section of the George Williams University by fire, followed by
violent demonstrations in Trinidad and other islands in the West
Indies against Canadian businesses established in the islands,
because the rioting students were brought to trial and dealt with
according to the law ... the Canadian government may hesitate to
get any closer to this area.
Recently I was talking with a West Indian woman who told me
about one of the men involved in this case. She said that when he
returned to his home in the Windward Islands his parents had to
destroy everything in their hosue that was white. They had some
white chickens. Even the chickens had their necks wrung!

Recent events in Gairy's Grenada and the long-time record in
St. Kitts where Premier Bradshaw has virtually established a
dictatorship give cause for alarm to lovers of the West Indies.
Nor have the Dutch West Indies escaped violence. There was a
serious outbreak in one of them not long ago. The Dutch
government has told all its islands in this area ... whether they
want it or not ... they must take independence. And now there
are also serious rumblings in French Martinique.

We in the Bahamas should be painfully conscious of the fact
that independence for small territories is a great mistake.
Commonsense should dictate that no small territory can stand
alone, especially in a place like the Bahamas with thousands of
islands and cays that must be patrolled if security from outside
intrusion ... even if it is only intrusion on our fishing areas ... is to
be maintained.

Today, Michael Manley, left-leaning Prime Minister of Jamaica.
doesn't know where to turn for succour as his island steadily
descends into a state of violent crime and economic chaos. Even
he has recently admitted that Jamaica needs to have a big and
powerful patron, which would be virtually a return to colonial
status under another name!
The whole area is passing through a period when the mass of
people want freedom without responsibility. The time of
reckoning will come when they will learn through bitter
experience that there can be no freedom for an undisciplined
people.
For a period some of these people will fatten on the flesh of
men of questionable character who seek refuge here. But even
these refugees will learn that the men by whom they are
surrounded have an appetite that can never be satisfied ... and, in
time, they will be struck down when they try to tighten the
strings on their pocketbooks.
But so far ... on the surface at least ... law and order have been
maintained at a reasonably high level ... that is, by comparison
with what is happening in other areas in this hemisphere.
Much of the credit for this healthy condition must go to the
police.
Whatever mistakes our people may have made in recent years
... and the most serious is independence ... let us all show good
sense by cooperating with the police. You can help the police to
keep crime at a minimum. This can be done by taking reasonable
precautions to protect your own person and your own property
... and also by giving any information in your possession to the
police.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
The Law is the true embodiment of everything that's excellent.
-GILBERT


Churchill. Le Vien had the
bold idea of asking Sarah
Churchill, who was after all a
fair actress, to play the then
Mrs. Churchill. Sarah thought
about it for some time and
finally decided it was a bit
incestuous.
So who should play
Clementine? Jack le Vien still
doesn't know (although Maggie
Smith has been mentioned).
And who should play Anthony
Eden, Neville Chamberlain, the
Duke of Windsor, Beaverbrook,
Alanbrooke' And young
Randolph Churchill and the
other children including Sarah'?
(Copyright 1974, The Sunday
Times London).


ON?


over problems of free
movement of labour.
The Conservative
Government tried to deal with
the problem using the concept
of patriality (father or
grandfather born in UK) and
non-patriality (the non-
belongers), embodied in the
1971 Immigration Act.
Patriality turned out to be
administratively difficult and
racially discriminatory. It was
finally destroyed by the forced
exodus of the Ugandan Asians
who held UK passports but had
no parental connections.
Alex Lyon, the Minister of
State at the Home Office with
responsibility for immigration,
told the Sunday Times last
week that its objective would
be to get a clear definition of
who is a "national" so that
immigration control could be
rationalized.
Lyon said the 1.500 staff in
the immigration department at
Lunar House. Croydon, were
"engulfed in paper" and
over-strained. This is mainly
because of citizenship
problems, tied up with granting
of entry certificates, passports,
visas and appeals against refusal
of entry.


"We have been getting
immigration control on the
cheap," he said. "We are going
to have to do something about
reducing the administrative
delays.
"I do not regard it as
humane that you have to wait
months for an appointment,
have to wait months for a
decision and then perhaps
months for an appeal."
The Labour Government
favours allowing in the UK
passport holders in East Africa
as fast as is reasonable so that
there is less likelihood of
another Ugandan Asian-type
expulsion which imposed
strains on the tolerance of the
British people.


At the present rate of entry
on fixed annual quotas all
passport holders in East Africa
should be settled in Britain by
1980. Labour is not saying that
it will increase the quotas but
is declaring its belief in the
right of the U.K. passport
holders to settle in Britain.
"I'm anxious to try to
reduce. that commitment as
soon as we can to enable the
communities here to receive
them without difficulty

----T \ II


(^


S NOWLES
MISS JOAN KNOWLES

ho is to be married to

MR. FREDERICK ALBUR

on Mayv Ith, 1974


China
has chosen as her Wedding Ch

by ROY L DOULt:ON
Crvstalvare is
and her choice of v
OLD GA ALWAYS
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**mIISy S;<^ on Mw Il
LADY MARY SOAMES NASSAU AND FREEPORT
Sir Winston's daughter


Co/me to tle


Lyon said. No one was sure
what would happen in Kenya,
Tanzania and Malawi in the
next few years.
(Copyright 1974, The Sunday
TimPe. I nndan


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World squash champion Geoff Hunt, who recently played an exhibition game in Nassau with Ken Hiscoe.
FUN, carefree driving has hit Nassau in a big way. The way is D atsu
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people on the go.
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French presidential


candidates take the

polls


by the


horns

PARIS Supporters of
French presidential
candidate Jacques
Chaban-Delmas have started
practising on their
automobile horns the
incessant and irritating
rhythm of the chant they
hope will sweep the country
in coming weeks da-da,
da-di-da, standing for
"cha-ban pre-SI-dent."
They will be heard
persistently throughout France
between now and the May 5
election, especially in the
triumphant motorcades that
parade up and down the
Champs Elysees in Paris
during weekends in support
of presidential candidates.
Giscard d'tstaing,
Chaban-Delmas's main rival,
has not yet got an automobile
horn symbol. In a press
conference on Thursday to
open his campaign he showed
that he is not competing with
Chaban-Delmas in election
gimmickry.
By contrast, the place he
chose for his first
meet-the-press was the
austere, modern assembly
room of a new luxury hotel-
owned by the Rothschild
banking family not a bad
symbol for the man who as
Finance Minister has propped
up the weakening franc.
Francois Mitterrand,
presidential candidate of the
United Socialist and
Communist Party, likewise
picked a symbolic location for
his campaign offices and his
first big nation-wide press
conference.

It was the luxury suite on
the third floor of Paris's new
700 foot-high, 58-story,
steel-glass skyscraper, the
Montparnasse Tower which
already rivals the Eiffel
Tower as the city's most
,striking landmark.
Mitterrand's aim in installing
himself there is to stress the
united left's modern,
forward-looking, trendy
image to attract the younger


French voters, in a country
where the minimum voting
age is still 21.

The united left this week
showed that it was not quite
so united, however, when the
ultra-left, led by Alain
Krivine, decided to put him
up as candidate for the
presidency without the
support of the powerful
official French Communist
party.
Gaullist hopes of
winning the presidential race
for Chaban-Delmas have not
improved this week, though
the polls still show him
ahead. Right-winger Jean
Royer, the ex-Minister of
Posts and telegraphs, is likely
to attract many floating
voters with his "law and
order".

But Mitterand does not
need many extra votes over
the 10 million the left
obtained in last year's
parliamentary election to
have a good chance of getting
the 50 per cent poll that
would elect him president in
the first ballot and give the
Gaullists no chance to rally
France's conservative forces


for the runoff ballot
weeks later.


President Nixon's walk in
the Paris streets, where he
was warmly greeted by
French crowds, has
intensified anti-American
feeling in French government
circles with charges by some
officials of "unpardonable
American interference in the
French presidential
elections." Behind the scenes
Gaullist pressure is also
mounting against Giscard d
'Estaing's proatlanticist view.

Opinion polls show that
the French voter still
overwhelmingly supports the
government's foreign policy
of "French first, last and all
the time." No presidential
candidate has any hope of
succeeding who appears to
abandon basic Gaullist
principles of France's
independence at all costs as
laid down by the general
himself and Giscard d
'Estaing went out on a limb.
hinting that he might support
a limitation of France's
stratispheric H-bomb tests .
Copyright 1974, rhe Sunday Times
London.


D'ESTAING RACES AHEAD


PARIS Finance Minister
Valery Giscard d'Estaing
moved sharply into the lead
Wednesday over his main rival,
former Premier Jacques
Chaban-Delmas, in new polls
predicting the result of the
French presidential election
May 5.
Giscard d'Estaing, a
Conservative economist
supported by many Gaullists,
took a three to four-per-cent
lead over Chaban-Delmas, the
official Gaullist candidate, in
separate polls published by the
independent Figaro and the
mass circulation France Soir.
The two polls indicated that
41 to 42 per cent of votes
would go to Communist-back-
ed Socialist candidate Francois
Mitterrand, far more than to
any other candidate but not
enough for outright election.
Unless Mitterrand receives
more than 50 per cent, he is


expected to face either Giscard
d'Estaing or Chaban-Delams in
a decisive runoff May 1.
The Figaro poll indicated
that Giscard d'Estaing would
beat Mitterrand in the runoff
by 52 to 48 percent, while
Chaban-Delmas would run
neck-and-neck with Mitterrand,
each receiving 50 per cent of
the vote.
One of Chaban-Delmas'
principal election arguments
has been that, as the official
candidate of the Gaullistt party
that has ruled France since
1958, he was the only man
able to stop the election of a
Communist-dominated
Mitterrand regime.
At the outset of the election
campaign, Chaban-Delmas had
a slight lead over Giscard
d'Estaing in several polls.
By April 9, Giscard
d'Estaing had overtaken his
Gaullist rival in most polls.


In the latest Figaro poll,
taken Monday, he led
Chaban-Delmas by 28 to 24
per cent, while France Soir
gave Giscard d'Estaing 26 per
cent to Chaban-Delmas' 23 per
cent in the first ballot.
Prime Minister Pierre
Messmer banned a projected
television debate between
Mitterrand and Giscard
d'Estaing both effective
speakers, that would have given
the Finance Minister a new
publicity edge over his Gaullist
rival.
The deabte is still expected
to be broadcast by radio
stations in Germany and
Monaco Thursday.


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DEAR ABBY: I wish to speak for the ugly men in this
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seriously consider suicide.
Our social lives are deficient, for few people seem willing
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ness can tell me how he did it. DOUBLE UGLY
DEAR DOUBLE: Did it ever occur to you that "ugli-
ness"-like beauty, could lie in the eye of the beholder?
Some of the world's most attractive and appealing people
do not conform to the generally accepted concept of beauty,
but that doesn't make them ugly.
The qualties that make one loved and wanted have noth-
ing to do with the way his face Is formed. Honesty, kind-
ness, generosity, patience, compassion-all the virtues-can
be developed. A beautiful character counts for more with
people who count than physical beauty.

DEAR ABBY: What do you think of a man who watches
television while making love to his wife? My husband never
makes love to me in the bedroom anymore, always on the
sofa in the living room so he can watch TV, too. And it's
usually on the spur of the moment, which is not to my
liking.
He was a lot more considerate and loving when we were
WEATHER
WIND: North-easterly 12 to
24 m.p.h.
MODERNIS IC WEATHER: Cloudy with
GARDEN showers
PET SUPPLY SEA: Moderate
TEMP: Min. tonight 70
Max. tomorrow 82



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Beautiful character can

make up for ugly face
dating. He's so afraid he's going to miss something good on
television it has practically ruined our sex life.
Will you please tell me how I can get him back in the
bedroom? DISSATISFIED
DEAR DIS: Move the TV into your bedroom!
DEAR ABBY: How can we thank you? Because of a
message in your column telling runaways about a program
called "Operation Peace of Mind," our runaway son let us
know that he was alive and well. He is only 16 and had
been gone for nearly a year.
Abby, please publish that toll free telephone number
again so other runaways can let their parents know they
are alive. It meant the world to us to hear from our son.
GRATEFUL IN SEATTLE
DEAR GRATEFUL: With pleasure: Runaways, call this
toll-free number: 1-800-231-6946. An operator will telephone
your parents anywhere in the United States and convey a
message to them from you. There will be no lecturing or
counseling. Your call will not be traced, and the only ques-
tion asked of you is: "Do you need anything?" If you do,
you will be told where you can obtain it free of charge. I
repeat, no one will attempt to contact you or bring you
home regardless of your age.
Runaways, please forget the past and send that message
to your parents now. They will sleep better tonight, and so
will you. God bless. [P. S. This wonderful program Is
staffed entirely by volunteers in Houston, and was aided by
Gov. Dolph Briscoe of Texas.]
Problems? You'll feel better If you get it off your chest.
For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. 69700, L.A.,
Calif. 90Me. Ecelose stamped, self-addressed envelope
please.
Hate to write letters? Send $1 to Abigail Van Burea,
U Lashy Dr., Beverly Hills, CaL 212 for Abby's booklet,
"How to Write Letters for All Oeeasio."


The Tribune - Thursday, April 25, 1974
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NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that COLIN REDFERN of
Treasure Cay, Abaco, Bahamas is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twentyeight days from thee 18th day of April 1974
to The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N3002, Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that VICTORIA ROBINSON
(NEE OUTTEN) of Owens Town Andros Bahamas is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 18th day of April 1974 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, Ministry of
Home Affairs P. O. Box 3002 Nassau.



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6 1 pm 630pm 205 JP Daily 645 pm 700pm 206 JP Daily 5 00 pm 5 25pm 505 JP Daily 535 pm 625 pm 506 JP Daily

NASSAU TO: ARTHUR'S TOWN (CAT ISLAND) ARTHUR'S TOWN TO: NASSAU NASSAU TO: MARSH HARBOUR (ABACO ISLANDS) MARSH HARBOUR TO: NASSAU
10 15 am 11 00 am 901 JP TuSa 11 15 am 1 00 pmt 902 JP TuSa 8 00 am 9 00 am t 401 JP Daily 915 am 945am 402 JP Daily
1 45 pm 2 45 pm t 403 JP Daily 255 pm 330pm 04 J Daily
SNASSAU TO: BIMINI BIMINI TO: NASSAU
S 30 am 9 25 am 601 JP MoWeFr 9 35 am 10 35 am 602 JP MoWeFr NASSAU TO: MAYAGUANA MAYAGUANA TO: NASSAU
10 15am 11 50am 903 JP We 1200 Noon 2 25 pm t 904 JP We
NASSAU TO: CAPE ELEUTHERA (POWELLS POINT) CAPE ELEUTHERA (POWELL'S POINT) TO: NASSAU ASA MIAMI MIAMI A
100 pr .35.pm 107 JP MoWeFr 145pm 220 pm 108 JP MoWeFr NASSAU TO: MIAMI MIAMI TO NASSAU
I pm 800 am 845am 40 J Daily 930 am 1010am 41 J Daily
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NASSAU TO: CHUB CAY (BERRY ISLANDS) CHUB CAY TO: NASSAU 5 30 pm 6 15 pm 44 J Daily 7 00 pm 7 45 pm 45 J Daily
1' 00pm '215 pm 853 JP MoWeThFrSu 12 30 pm 1245pm 854 JP MoWeThFrSu 8 30 pm 915pm 46 J Daily 950 pm 1035pm 47 J Daily

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815 am 9 30 amt 603 JP MoThSa 9 45 am 10 45 am 604 JP MoThSa NASSAU TO: SAN ANDROS (MAJESTIC POINT) SAN ANDROS TO: NASSAU
715am 730am 301 JP Daily 7 40 am 755am 302 JP Daily
NASSAU TO: FREEPORT (GRAND BAHAMA) FREEPORT TO: NASSAU 245pm 3 00 pm 305 JP Daily 315pm 330pm 306 JP Daily
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NAbSAU TO: GREAT HARBOUR CAY (BERRY ISLANDS) GREAT HARBOUR CAY TO: NASSAU NASSAU TO: TREASURE CAY (GREEN TURTLE CAY) TREASURE CAY TO: NASSAU
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The Tribune --- Thursday, April 25, 1974


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T.V. series filming starts May 3

THE star of the Bahamas'
,n television show, a
ur-year-old female sea lion, ALTY S HERE!


as arrived m inassau in time to
get acquainted with her
-stars for the May 3 opening
f the Montagu Studios.
SThe opening will be
(tenled by Minister of
t'urism Clement T. Maynard
fnd other government officials
nrd will mark the official start
!f filming for the series.


"Salty'. is the only
fall-season show to be accepted
already by an American
network. The series will be
seen on ABC-TV (Channel 10
in Miami) at 7:30 p.m. on a
week night and there will be a
repeat show for children every
Saturday morning.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that RAYMOND FIRMIN of
Freeport, Grand Bahama P. O. Box 1380 is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 18th day of
April 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N3002,
Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that DAISY V. DELANCY of
South Beach Estates, P. O. Box N7363 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 18th day of
April 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N3002,
Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MAX JULIEN of P. O. Box
N7983 Richville Sub. Nassau Bahamas is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 17th day of
April 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002,
Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that JULIAN PATRICK
O'REILLY of 158 Oleander St. Freeport, Grand Bahama,
Bahamas is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason
why registration should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 25th day of April 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N3002, Nassau.


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In addition, the series has
been sold to networks in
Canada, Europe and Japan and
there is even a possibility that
it will be shown in parts of
Eastern Europe.
Salty has her own suite in
the old changing rooms on the
Montagu pool deck and for
training and exercise she uses
the pool itself. Her trainer is
Ricou Browning, Jr., son of the
creator of the show who also
created and directed the
"Flipper" series. Other trained
animals included in the show
are a sea gull and two pelicans.
The human stars of the show
will also be present for the
opening ceremony.
The central character is
Salty's young orphan friend,
played by 11-year-old Johnny
Doran, one of the most
promising American child stars.
Johnny has most recently been
appearing in a Broadway
production and has also starred
in a movie with Ingrid Bergman
that is to be released soon.
The central adult character
is a black marine lawyer who
runs Clancy's Marina and takes
care of Johnny. Clancy is
played by American actor
Julius Harris, who had a role in
the James Bond movie, "Live
and Let Die."
Also playing in the series
will be veteran television actor,
Mark Slade, who was a regular
in the "High Chapparal" series
and has guest-starred on "The
Rookies" and other TV shows.
The first-string directors are


THE star of the new television series being filmed at the old Montagu Beich Hotel
has arrived for the grand opening of Montagu Studios on May 3. Salty, a
four-year-old female sea lion, cavorts with youngsters in the Montagu pool.


both highly rated professionals.
Joe Scanllin has directed many
of the popular "Waltons"
shows on American television
and has also worked on the
Mannix series. Alex March has
also directed numerous
American TV shows. They will
kick off the series and will be
replaced later on by others.
Director of photography is
Mike Lente.
Sixty-five Bahamians have
been hired by Montagu Studios
as staff for the hotel facilities
and as technical and
production assistants: Local
extras to appear in the shows
will be hired as necessary.
The lake in the back-lot of


the Montagu has been turned
into a set that is almost
identical to an Out Island
settlement in the Bahamas.
This will be for exterior shots
of Clancy's Marina and the
village in which it is supposedly
situated. Interior shots will be
filmed in the specially designed
studios on the mezzanine floor
of the hotel formerly the
Colony and Boom-Boom
rooms.
An average of one-thrid of
each show will be shot
underwater at various locations
in the Bahamas. Responsible
for the underwater footage will
be Gerry Hytha and Eric
Heindl, of International


Television Centres (ITC). They
are aslo local producers and
consultants for the series.
The Montagu Hotel was
leased by the New York-based
film production company,
Koproductions Inc., in January
specifically to produce the
"Salty" series. Unlike other
shows that have shot footage
here which was not identified,
the "Salty" story-line will take
place entirely in the Bahamas.
The series is based on the
20th Century Fox movie of the
same name which was released
in the United States in April.
Twentieth Century Fox is also
distributor of the series.


A view of the set in the Montagu Beach Hotel's back-lot showing Clancy's Marina
where much of the show's story-line takes place. Photo by Roland Rose.


MAYNARD DRUMMING UP


BUSINESS FOR


GOOMBAY SUMMER

TOURISM Minister Clement T. Maynard, accompanied by the Tourism Director
.Basil Atkinson aid' Mr. lasiAllbury, Asistant Tourism Director And Coordinator of'
Bahamas Goombay- Summer 'i4, will be in New York on April 30 for the
promotional kick-off of Goonbap-Yf r '714 in the United States.


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THOMPSON'S


DEPARTMENT


STORE BAY STREET

STORE HOURS:
MON. TO THUR...........8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
FRIDAYS ..................8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
SATURDAYS .............8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.


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KING SIZE
QUEEN SIZE
DOUBLE SIZE
SINGLE SIZE


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now $7.00
now $5.00
now $4.00


KING SIZE e.4,0 now $3.00
REGULAR SIZE 30 now $2.75

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The reception will be held at
the Sky Gardens of the San
Moritz Hotel.
Scheduled to be on hand are
top representatives of the
travel industry and the press.
Also in attendance will be a
number of hoteliers from
Nassau, Freeport and the
Family Islands, and
representatives from both the
Nassau and Paradise Island
Promotion Board and the
Freeport/Lucaya Promotion
Board.
The occasion will give
Bahamian hospitality
representatives the opportunity
to meet and converse directly
with top American wholesalers.
Mr. Albury said that the
Ministry's presentation "will
not be solely or exclusively
tied to Goombay Summer,
although the occasion will be
used to inform the wholesale
dealers and travel press of the
Goombay '74 programme,
stressing its new features."


context of the Summer/Fall
'Playground Holidays'
programme, introduced by the
Ministry in 1973. It is intended
to give a Goombay slant to the
Ministry's advertising of the
programme.
Goombay Summer '74
begins on June 1, and will
continue until August 31.
The three month festival is
designed to expose the visitor
to Bahamian culture, crafts and
the general way of life in the
700 islands.


SUN
Rises 6:38 a.m.
Sets 6:38 p.m.
MOON
Rises 9:08 a.m.
Sets 11:08 n.m.


He added that the
presentation will be within the


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that PAULINE VICTORIA
ROBINSON of Sea Grape Grand Bahama is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 25th day of
April 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002,
Nassau, Bahamas.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that STANLEY CUNNINGHAM
of P. 0. Box F2055, Freeport, Grand Bahama is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 25th day of
April, 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002,
Nassau, Lahamas,



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MARY ELLEN O'REILLY of
158 Oleander Street Freeport, Grand Bahama Bahamas is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 25th day of April 1974 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, Ministry of
Home Affairs, P. O. Box N3002, Nassau.


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C15097
CHEF GARDE MANGER.
One (1) Garde Manger Must
have full knowledqe of cold
food preparation, such as.
salads, canapes, decorative
centre pieces, ice sculptumilyg
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. O. Box F-760, Freeport,
Grlnd Bahama, Bahamas.
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(-15101
ClblOl
Octeani Del Sud. P. 0. box
F 2't)0, I report. Grand
Bahama. has temporary job
op po t un i t e s for
approximately one to six
tr,)Onths available for
Bahamians in their offshore
marine pipeline and
construction operations for the
following position: Hoist
Operator- Must have 3 years
experit-ie iIn the operation of
a nc h r i n system of
n on i' ,r .-" 11.:f offshore
'nar iMe constr uctioni pipelaying
e 1 ii ipme n i t Q ua lif ied
applictats should reply to
Oceanic Del Sud, P O. Box
S*2500,. Freeport. Grand
Baihama.
C 1 ,)079
-tE-l
ASST. MANAGER. Capable of
tting over full responsibiibilv
If Management when needed
Manage Sales: Group Bookings
and Reselvation Department.
Supervise and train personnel
oI Flrutit OTfice
H1OUSFMltEN: To assist Maids,
hIs, av druty general
1 -i- iri *.t all public areas and
staff qut'teis o'f hotels. Police
cli til (at ,-ri :ned.
KIl T L N UTILITY
'ORK[ RSa To work morning
i ev t r iy shift. Wash and
,i:jb ail kitchen equipment,
'lo s, watls. iceboxes etc.
Mur:,t be willing to do heavy
iJut, 'or Health Certificate

APP,l P 'oriirnel Department,
O-'ain.t Hotels Ltd. Royal
P.tir! Woa., P 0 Box F-531,
Freeport, Grand Bahanma.
C 1 50i
Ocean ri Del Sud, P. O. Box
F 2560, Freeport. Grand
Bahama 11 has temporary job
u p p e r t i n i t i e s for
appro,,imaately one to six
m o nths available for
Bahamiarns in their offshore
ma rie pipeline and
construction operations for the
following position: Pipeline
Welder Foreman Must have a
minimum of 15 years
experience in supervising
welding operations and welding
per sonnel aboard offshore
marine construction barge.
Must be certified in accordance
with customer required
API-1104 Ceritl".j31...r, Test,
read blueprints, interpret X-ray
filir airtd ability to wori
ato t d reine equipment.
()iualfir d applicants should
reply to Otceainr Del Sud. P O.
B.< F 2bti0. Freeport, Grand
Baharia

'''':, -in.rrPritIed MarraqTr
t!1 'l operate a lHigh
S[fer' iar Lounge Restaurant.
THE I'AN SELECTED FOR
F-'i, P()ST ,'VILL HAVE THE
iUlLI TI S, APPEARANCE,
P ERO; A L I T Y TO
MA !jT\!N AND INCREASE
TIf t OP i`T NT VOLUME OF
Hit' St(;/ENT OF OUR
S) 1P RAT I OrI
II VIILL REQUIRE THE
SPILLS ANOt: ABILITIES TO
'.' AirJ\, It ROOM,
CiNj ROL ~ i'jj ORGANIZE
i ij) R V I C E
If N', L WHILST
Pi; :'-()OrLL OPERATING
THFt BR AND ASH HE
i E E L D
COi'PLt T[ LY RESPON-
SI' ,t 1 OR THI ENTIRE
FtI FlON., INCLUDING
UtjrFfiIIEG K INVENTORY
OTj TTOL, RfTURN FROM
SOM( TO A STATED
P'Oi I \ABILITY MARGIN
A i '. L F REFER
S l St Wt4(! r J T LEAS T
Si f Y I AR S
i ;: i t!t 0C3 IN A SIMILAR
i- t /F WILL EF
JI.I|I J APPLY BASS
lHA\i StSA/ LiMi rED, POlBI
ijrl TIlt MAL.L_ LIMtll ED.
) FI 331 FRE[E PORT.
SBAHAMAS.
( 1)083
1 SAXOPHONIST: tiMu t be
rable to sight read arind arianr ge
Pi ofrrssi final Show Mustic. be
pl if c'it )on playing the
S ''phn and Clarinet &
f liti. Elist have at least hree
S',i ,, experience Good
i,. f' "' ri-s ,A rid Police
i+ i iflri te require ed
1 ASSISTANT
CO -O RD I NATOR
( BANDLEADER)
/TROMBONIST: Must be able
rto aranrqe anrid Conduct
Professional Show Music and
be pirficieit on playing the
Trombonhre Should also be able


to Sight Read Professional
Music. Three years experience.
Good References and Police
Celtifirate
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. O. Box F-787, Freeport,
Grand Bahama, Bahamas.


Terror of the

nameless soldiers
B1 LFAST A part-time like Northern II
arMin ol lamleless soldiers is force the
pluiyng an increasing role in C'onstabulars
righting terrorism in Northern sate barrackroo
IrelIand return to alltel Ir
Ior lear ot reprisals. ien1 In their ran
danld women of the volunteer assistants. lhau
Lister )Defence Regiment o(urcrs. postimen
I )R leave their homes anld tandl longsholrell
return in civilian clothes, the\ gain et\p ri
singingn g into uniform at thetl e ri ev
hl'adi..uiarters r'esponrlsibilites
I heir namlies aret nt've tle bhumlb andil bt
inentlioined and no photographs of hoth (
u! the ii appear in the press to Protestant e\trern
prevent their identification hi I'I)R units rn
c-r:1or-, gLrunmten aret Ibelnu used a
N ow sH.O)O strong. the patrol dangerous
retgiment ri 1 5 percent which are hrot
Prt tesCtlant Republican \rin
lien tlfirst et ut p iu i ll ji doiLng so,. the\ r
thel otlt! ial state millti. a oi tl e t "re ulair sl
quarter rt its members \wert them for other dl
Roman Catholic. but thec
Cathotic element has ste;idiln 1 IlS StU
I. I in the year s ot (;i)vern iitll IligI

I'he mreen-bereted solder ',ol its, flwer show i
thick I)R undertake up to three p1n1
nifghit Juertis a week on top otl I'his e\ar's the
itheirr n1orandl tdavtine lOsan.id, "World News'.


'nt classes '-'iet ,(iint
Ibjects such as "The
risis", "Kidnap for
and "Women's Lib".
will also he the usual
ral section and plant


The Tribune - Thursday, April 25, 1974


1
reland's police
Royal Ulster
they have noi
ll haven to
nix
iks are shop
sewives, lab-
, hank clerks
ien and, as
since they are
n greater
In comlbaltiing
.llet camllagnll
atholic and
riusts
1 Beliust nons
t weekends to
s bolder aJ.eas
heds of lish
y violence. IB\
elieve pressure
Ildiers a; d tlie'
l ites


BOB SOUtiRS, Sonesta
Beach Hotel's general manager
has announced the promotion
of Agnes laven. former front
desk cashier to the post of
head cashier.
Mrs. IHaven is now in charge
of all the food and beverage
cashiers at Sonesta's
restaurants the Chiccharnie
('olfee Shop. the Silk Cotton
Sree D)ining Room. the Rib
Room and bars the
Bunday and the Garrison Bar.
"This is the t\pe of work I
,alwal. s wanted to do". says
Mrs lla\en "I'mi really
entiusiastiC ahboot im new
io Now o(n their mov\e all the
time. Mrs. Hla\en fits in if ever
a cashier is absent from her
station She checks with the
hotel's auditors at least twice a
week, and is most busy on


FLOWER SHOW
N I) A. at arrangement
1 School, the topical su
'lub will hold t nriergy (
rotm 3 p in. t. Ilunger"
I here
iMe is eiin tled horticutilt
wsit h airtis ic s all


weekends when the Sonesta's From her start there as a'
traffic is heaviest. "I then have telephone operator. Mrs. HaLen
to work day and night", adds soon moved on to become a -
Mrs. Haven. cashier and Assistant Head
Mrs. Haven realises that a Cashier.
promotion means added After many years in the
responsibilities, but she hospitality trade, she still
appreciates the challenge. Her enjoys the life. "Meeting and ---
comment: "Management and helping people ... that's m.
my co-workers are very thing". so' "rs. Haven. "I try
friendly. but most of all I to be as as possible to
love my work." others bcca" .i would like
A graduate of Prince them to be nice !o me."
Williams Hligh School. Mrs. Mrs. Haven's husband Carlie
Haven later attended the is supervisor at the Cashier's
Computer Programming Cage in the Casino. The couple
College. Fort Lauderdale, have four children, three girls
where she was successful in an and a boy.
eight month computer course.
This included computer
operations and kcy punching.
She also has a certificate from
the Cashier's Training Institute.
Florida.
Prior to joining the Sonesta's ;,
staff eight months ago Mrs.
Haven had been a stewardess
with Bahamas Airways and a
Front Desk Cashier at the P
Holiday Inn. Between 1967
and 1971, she was employed at
the Casino. Paradise Island.


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The Tribune .- Thursday, April 25, 1974



Acklins Islanders form IW


group to try & halt the



economic death of the island


A PRESENTATION
banquet attended by Prime
Minister Lynden Pindling and
Deputy Prime Minister Arthur
Hanna was held at the
Sheraton-British Colonial Hotel
Tuesday night to launch the
Acklins Trade and Develop-
ment Association's fund-
raising campaign for the island.
The ATDA was founded by
Mr. R. E. Miller with the
assistance of Mr. George
Heastie.
The event drew a capacity
crowd. ATDA president
Pinefield N. Williamson
explained that the organisation
was founded to revitalize
Acklins which, without
adequate communications, is
rapidly dying economically.
The island was presently
facing numerous problems, Mr.
Williamson said. The most
pressing were: the need for an
airstrip, properly functioning
telecommunications equip-
ment, a dock and central
school.


NOW SHOWING AT 7 P.M.
'DUEL OF THE IRON FIST'
And at 8:45 ONLY


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Plus at 10:20 ONLY
"CHINESE CONNECTION"
M"r mn f cD A I a A nArrrITTr


He explained that people at
the south end of the
50-mile-long island had to
travel the full length to be
ferried across to Crooked
Island and from there driven to
the airport.
In some instances, Mr.
Williamson noted, flights were
cancelled and the people had
to return home.
"There are other times when
people get as far as the "Cove"
and because there is no
transportation to pick them up
they miss the flight."
While Acklins had a wireless
station the equipment
oftentimes malfunctioned. In
addition the island had no
dock.
Commenting on the need for
a central school, Mr.
Williamson said that most of
the islands had central schools
and those without were
working towards one.
PRIORITIES
He designated construction
of a central school as one of
the ATDA's top priorities, and
said it would not only help to
upgrade the educational
standard on the island but
would also help to maintain a
stable population. "Parents will
no longer have to move into
Nassau in order for their
children to get an education,"
Mr. Williamson said.
He told his listeners that the
islanders had been responsible
to the ATDA and so far
progress had been very
encouraging.
President Hervis L. Bain
observed that if a better
Bahamas was to built, then all
Bahamians, young and old,
must be prepared and willing
to perform the unglamorous
tasks and "dirty work" which


are necessary.
Mr. Bain said he was afriad
that unless some serious
attention was given to Acklins
now, then Acklins would be
lost. "If we are to build a
better Acklins, then equally
Acklins Islanders and their
descendants young and old,
women and men, must be
ready and willing to perform
the unglamorous tasks.
He reminded his listeners
that Acklins was once a
thriving community of
merchants, seecaptains, sailors
and exporters.
PEOPLE GONE
The Deputy Prime Minister,
in explaining why the
government had not pursued
development at Acklins, said
that all the people had gone
and it would not be wise for
government to start in one area
only to discover that the
people had moved out.
Mr. Hanna urged Acklins
islanders to fight for
development of their native
land.
Opposition Leader Kendal
Isaacs said he felt the
Association would benefit
Acklins because many of the
most successful Bahamians
were from Acklins.
If something was to be done
for Acklins political differences
should be put aside.
Congratulations were also
extended to the Association
from Prime Minister Lynden
Pinlding and Mr. Cyril Tynes,
M.P. for the Acklins Crooked
Island constituency.
A hair-styling and fashion
show was presented by
Johnson's Barber Shop. Music
was provided by Al Collie and
the VIPs.


City Trust has new


Assistant Manager
MR. D. GILBERT Cassar, Trust (Bahamas) Ltd., recently
secretary of First Ntlidtal City announced the appointment of
as an Assistant Manager of the
pens 6:30, Shows Start 7 p.m. company, effective April 16.
me early, see 2 BIG HITS! Mrs. Mitchell, who joined
EXCLUSIVE Cititrust as a securities clerk in
SNOW UE1968, has, according to Mr.
NOW tiru TUES.! Cassar, "made remarkable
BLACK BELT JONES 7 p.m. progress over the years." She is
IPARTACUS" at 8:45 now officer in charge of the
No One Under 18 Admitted company management unit.
She was made official assistant
in 1969 and three years later
IOB was appointed pro-manager.
Commenting on her
promotion, Mr. Cassar said,
"Mrs. Mitchell is one of the
company's best local officers,
and her promotion is in
Leona Mitchell (pictured) keeping with First National's
Policy to reward staff for
consistently outstanding
AWaQP Vperformances."
Mrs. Mitchell, whose hobby
AURENCE OLIVIER is gardening, is married to
Stanley Mitchell and has two
AIR-CONDITIONIN children. She resides with her
TO FIRST 200 CARS family in San Souci.


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THE SCENE at the Acklins Trade and Development Association dinner on Tuesday. (Photo: Franklyn Ferguson).


REWARDED

WORKERS
REAL ESTATE workers
win handsome bonu, from
Intercontinental Realty in
Freeport.
Pictured (right) are five of
the winners of approximately
$3,500 in bonus monies
presented as a result of their
exceptional work during the
first quarter of 1974.
The winners -- John Rolle,
Margaret Evans, Sheila
Francis, Henry Brown and
Jackie Richardson are all
Bahamians working at Grand
Bahamas.
From left: Assistant
manager Dudley Thompson,
Sheila Francis, John Rolle,
Jackie Richardson,
Margaret Evans, manager Jack
Smith and vice president
Clinton Moultrie. In front is
Henry Brown.
FUNERAL SERVICES
FUNERAL services for Mrs.
Myrtis Pauline Wilkinson, age
61, of Market Street, will be
held on Sunday at 4 p.m. at St.
Francis Xavier Cathedral.
Monsignor John Finger will
officiate and interment will be
in the Catholic cemetery.
She is survived by two
daughters, Mrs. Winifred Sears
and Mrs. Ruth Finlay; one
sister, Mrs. Gerayline Rolle:
seven brothers, Kirkward,
Erskine, Alfred, Gerald, Daniel
and Jospeh Sweeting, and
Fredrick Sands: 13
grand-children, including Mr.
Alfred Sears of I.C.Y.A. and
(2) great-grand children.

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CLASSIFIED


REAL ESTATE


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C14284
SEVERAL large waterfront
lots Eastern Road. Price from
$25,000.00
Large four bedroom home on
one acre of land Winton Estate.
Price $95.000
Large lot Winton Estate 100 x
250 feet. Price under,
$14,000.00
Large five bedroom waterfront
home with nearly 200 feet
beach frontage. Price
$130,000.
Call Bill's Real Estate 23921.

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

C14312
1 0 FU R N I S H E D
APARTMENTS.
Walking distance of City. 90%
occupancy year round. Was
$150,000.00 now reduced to
$135,000.00. Income approx
$18,000.00 per year.
DIAL DAMIANOS 22033
41197.

C14314
SHOPPING CENTRE Out
West. Established income.
Reduced for quick sale
120,000 sq. ft. of Grounds
opposite Joe & Berlin Ideal for
Shopping Centre only
$125,000.00.

C14313
WELL established 12 unit 2
storey building catering to
Tourist with swimming pool,
coffee shop, and manager's
quarters greatly reduced and
finance to suitable purchaser
Views of Sea
DIAL DAMIANOS 22033,
41197.

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


C14262
THIS Saturday or Sunday drive
through YAMACRAW BEACH-
ESTATES. Salesman on duty
from 12 to 6 at MODEL
HOUSE. Deposit only $75 and
easy payments.
Tel: 4-1141 or 2-3027 or
2-4148.
Morley & O'Brien Rea! Estate
(BREA Brokers).

C14320
Large lot Adelaide Beach
Phone 41298 day or nilte

C 14026
DAVSON'S REAL EST ATE
CO LTD.
Certified Real Estate Brokers
Phones 21178 55408
P. 0. box N-4648
Nassau, Bahamas
Proudly present
SMASHING REAL ESTATE
BARGAINS
THROUGHOUT THE
COMMONWEALTH
2, 3 and 4 BEDROOM
HOUSES in the following
areas.
EASTERN ROAD
on the water as well as on the
hills.
SAN SOUCI
BLAIR ESTATES
GLENISTON GARDIFNS
WINTON
THE GROVE (West iay))
SKYLINE HEIGHTS
NASSAU EAST
SEA BREEZE
VILLAGE ROAD
GOLDEN GATES
HIGHLAND PAPV
PROSPECT RIDGE
WESTWARD VILL,
CONDOMINIUM
APARTMENTS
in PARADISE ISLAND.
EAST BAY STRFF7
WEST BAY STREET
HOTELS and HOTEL SITES.
BEACH LOTS, COMMIT RP
CIAL LOTS. RESIDE NTIAL
LOTS
ACREAGE FOR
DEVELOPMENT IN THE
NASSAU AND FAMILY
ISLANDS SUCH AS GRAND
BAHAMA LONG ISLAND.
ELEUTHERA,ABACO
45 ACRE CAY IN TiIF
EXUMAS WITH DEEP
WATER HARBOUR ANIJ
MORE
CALL
DAVSON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENCY
hone 21178 or 8093? 2178
P. 0. Box N 4648
Nassau, Baharna)s.


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


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


FOR RENT
f- A If


S 1414 1U
Two, Furnished and
Air-Conditioned, 1-bedroom
apartments, Centreville. Ring
5-8679, ask for Mr. Pritchard

C14234
TWO-BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment, Ansel Building,
Ciawford Street, Oakes Field.
Telephone 34999 evenings.

C14254
1 BEDROOM furnished
apartment upstairs over the
Buccaneer CLub. For
information call 54616.

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

C14287
COLUMBUS HOUSE, Shirley
& Fast Streets, CITY AREA,
approx 4.000 sq. ft Office
Space, convenient Post-Office,
Town Centre & Parking Can
easily be sub-divided into
smaller areas $4.00 per sq. ft.
CABLE BEACH, Efficiency
Apartments convenient
Shopping Centre, Ideal for
Hotel Staff or Airport,
$175.000 per month.
CARIBBEAN MANAGEMENT
LIMITED, 28618, 28619,
21356 or your Real Estate
Agent.

C 14296
3 unfuiw ished apartments
Golden Gate. 1, Sears Addition
on Cliton Street, Centreville.
Fa.h $200 month. 5-6963.

C14293
3 [.i i P1 C,(,r. 2 BATH
ATTRACTIVE DUPLEX.
QUIET NEIGHBOURHOOD,
FRUIT TREES, LARGE
YARD CALL 53208.

C14309
NEW luxurious 2 bedroom
apartment, fully furnished,
mdagni'menrt views. Winton
Hiahwiy. Phone, 2-1631.

C14317
Furnished two bedroom one
bath house. Palmdale. Has
telephone, washes, etc.. Ready
by first of May. Telephone
3 2036.


I I


C14333
NASSAU 1HILLCREST
TOWERS
Swimming pool, sun terrace
I bedroom apartment, fully
furnished. $250 per month.
Contact 7-8421 or 2. Evening
7 7065

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

( 14 S9.
I OR SALE
O1 IC E DESK $120.
Phone 2-4130.
---- --- ----------
C 11252
SPELIAL 5i4 E on Wedding
Gowians oi, $i7 arid up. The
Young Miss Mrket Street near
Ray Phoine 2 331)5

C 14302
AIR CONDITIONERR 18,000
BTU. As new For details
phone 32359 after 11 in

C14318
HOUSEHOLD articles going
Al-o 1969 Beaumont,
reasonably priced. Call 57685
except Saturday

C14 319
REMNANT SALE
Nixorr's Upholstery Service.
Bernard Road Phone 41298.

C 14252
SPECIAL SALt on Wedding
Gown's froii $75 and upo The
Youig Miss. Market Street near
Hiay Phone 12 3365


Pt NTAX SP II Camera
1 1 4 5 $150 00
Auto Vivitar Tele Zoom Lens
1 4 5 90 230 mn.r.
'$ I ()0 0o
Roller Strobmatic f 22C
Ele(tionic Flash $30.00
PACKAGE DEAL $250 00
Phone 22861 Ext 264 after
5.00 p.m.


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.

C14235
1 COUGAR black and white
RX7 $5,500. Best offer. One
walk in Sauna Bath $700.
Phone 4-2872.

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


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SC14063


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

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.

CARD OF THANKS
C14328
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C142'98
FORD Torino Sports coupe,
radio etc. $2100.00 or nearest
offer. Call 5-8803.

C14334
1970 VAUXHALL VIVA
ESTATE, automatic
transmission, radio. $900
(O.N.O.) Phone 3-1521.

C14330
1972 FORD PINTO
Purchased new in October
1972, automatic transmission,
radio, fan, a low 8,000 mileage.
Only 18 months old. Like new.
To see is to believe. Used only
as an executive car. A bargain
for $3,200. Phone 2-2612 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. 3-1356 after 6
p.m.

C14304
NEW PROVIDENCE
LEASING LIMITED USED
CAR SALE .... ALL CARS
MUST GO ... WE HAVE
SLASHED PRICES RIGHT
DOWN ... LOW,
DOWN-PAYMENTS,
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
AIR/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
$2,875.00 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
1 5 1972 CHEVY
TOWNSMAN 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 down
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.


PUBLIC AUCTION

C14323


C14322
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell at
the Parking Lot east of the
Harbour Moon Hotel, Bay
Street, at 12 noon on the 10th
day of May 1974 the following
property:
"ALL THOSE pieces parcels
or lots of land situate in the
vicinity of the Baillou Hills
being a portion of the
Baillou Hill Estates
Subdivision and comprising
Lots Fifteen (15) and Eleven
(11) of Section number One
(1) and bounded as follows
on the NORTH partly by
Lot Fourteen (14) in
Section number One (1) of
the said subdivision and
partly by Lot Thirteen (13)
of Section Number One (1)
of the said Subdivision and
partly by Lot Ten (10) -of
Section Number One (1) of
the said Subdivision and
running thereon One
running thereon One
hundred and Ninety-five and
Sixty-three hundredths
(195.63) feet more or less
on the EAST by Baillou Hill
Road and running thereon
Sixty-s-five and Seventy
hundredths (65.70) feet on
the SOUTH partly by Lot
Twelve (12) In Section
Number One (1) of the said
Subdivision and partly by
Lot Sixteen (16) of Section
Number One (1) of the said
Subdivision and running
thereon jointly One hundred
and Seventy-one and Ten
hundredths (171.10) feet
and on the West by a public
road Thirty (30) feet wide
and running thereon in a
series of curves
Seventy-three and Fifty-six
hundredths (73.56) feet."
Mortgage dated 25th August,
1967 Wilshire Rahming &
Dolly Louise Lightbourne TO
Finance Corporation of
Bahamas Limited.
Recorded in Book 1172 at
pages 409 to 417.
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms: 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.
DATED: 18th day of April
A.D. 1974.
KIRKS. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer


ENTERTAINMENT
C14315
AQUINAS COLLEGE
PRESENTS


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"The Music Man"
Directed by Andrew Curry
at
Garfunkel Auditorium
8:30 p.m.
May 3rd,4th,5th
Tickets priced at $2.00
obtainable from the students
of the college.

C14226
SETTLER'S PUB & INN
Beaumont Arcade, Bay Street
Telephone 5-9739
TWO BANDS NIGHTLY
The Nassauvians
The Electric Circle
OPEN TILL 4:00 a.m.


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


i-it family of the late
CROFTON FORBES wish to
express their heartfelt thanks
to the many relatives and
friends who sent cards, flowers
and expressions of sympathy
during their recent
bereavement. Special thanks to
Lottie Roberts, Violet Ros,
George McKinney, Rev.
Charles Smith and Demeritte's
Funeral Home.
WIFE: AGNES FORBES.

IN MEMORIAl
C14327


KIRK S. HINSEY will sell at
the Parking Lot east of the
Harbour Moo' Hotel, Bay
Street, at 12 no n on the 10th
day of May 197, the following
property:-
"ALL THAT p "ce parcel or
lot of land situate in the said
City of Nassau and being
bounded on the North
partly by land the property
of Henry Kinnear and partly
by land now or lately the
property of the Estate of the
late D. C Haldeman and
running thereon jointly One
hundred and Nineteen (119)
feet and Six and
one-half (61'/) inches on
the East by the property
known as The Government
High School and running
thereon Forty-three (43)
feet and Eleven (11) inches
on the South by land now or
lately the property of the
Estate of the late John
Wolfe and running thereon
One hundred and
Twenty-seven (127) feet and
four (4) inches and on the


West by Queen Street and
running thereon Fifty-seven
(57) feet and Six (6)
inches."
Mortgage dated 4th May, 1970
Alcuin Limited TO Finance
Corporation of Bahamas
Limited.
Recorded in Volume 1685 at
pages 103 to 110.
This sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms: 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated 18th day of April A.D.
1974.
KIRKS. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer


IN MEMORY of Mr. Leslie
Hewitt Neely who departed
this life April 25th 1960.
Time heals they say and maybe
it does.
But memories last on and so
does love
Deep in my heart you are living
yet.
I love you too dearly to evei
forget.
Wife: HENRIETTA NEELY
Mother: GEORGIA NEELY

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

d14000
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL.
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 and
8:30 a.m. or after 6 p.m. or
35084 anytime.

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 loin any of
the abone classes. Phone
2-4993 (Located at Shirley
Street opposite Collins
Avenue.).


S INE uPPuElS CRAFT SUPPLIES


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

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.


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

HELP WANTED

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


I


Production of
financial accounts


quarterly


Production of cash forecasts
and other management returns
necessary to the financial
operation of the Company.


Advice to management on
financial matters.

Remuneration and Benefits
attractive

Residence in Rock Sound,
Eleuthera.

Applications should be sent to:
Mr. 0. N. Bergman c/o
Eleuthera Power & Light
Company Limited P. 0. Box 4,
Rock Sound, Eleuthera,
Bahamas.

And envelopes should be
mlak e-,rrfeInH


& I. I


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.

C14297
HO 0USE K EEPE R
ENER required full time Cable
Beach area. Apply P. 0. Box
N3371.

C14324
PROF ESSIONAL pianist
wanted for hotel bar. Must
have good personality and
appearance. Apply in writing
stating salary required to Post
Office Box N-8347

C14300
SECRETARY with good
shorthand and preferably some
legal experience. Phone 24130
for appointment to interview.

C14310
LIVE-I N MAID. Mature person
required. Housework and
prepare breakfast. References
necessary. Call 41060 between
9 a.m. and 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 or
cleanliness, and effecting
proper cost controls to a
pre-determined budget in her
department including the daily
control of linen to and from
the lau ndry.
Apply in writing to Personnel
Office. Box N-7756, Nassau.

C14308
SAIN I AUGUSTINE'S
COLLEGE
Applications are invited for
suitably qualified and
experienced persons to fill
vacancies on the staff of St.
Augu stine's College
commencing September 1974
school year in the following
subjects.
PHYS I CAL 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. O. Box
N3940 Nassau.

C14306
GENERAL MANAGER,
import & export, air & sea
freight. Fully competent
accounting procedures. Foreign
and Bahamian Import/Export
Reg ula t i o n s and
Docu mentation. Also
competent to train junior staff.
For appointment with resume,
call 5-9638.


C14325
TWO MILLINERS with five to
ten years experience in
Dressmaking, Designing and
Millinery work.
If interested, call 35196
Pedica n's Variety Store. Corner
of Milton and Market Street
between the hours of 9 a.m.
and 7 p.m. daily.

C14331
ELEUTHERA POWER &
LIGHT COMPANY LIMITED
has vacancy for the position of
Controller

Candidates must be qualified
accountants -- C.P.A., A.C.A.,
A.C.C.A. or equivalent, and
should have some experience in
utility accounting.

The successful candidate will
report directly to the
Vice-President and General
Manager of the Company and
hisdutieswill include:-

Supervision of office staff

Control of accounting records
financial, costing and general
ledger.


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MEN'S BOYS' WEAR
ANTENNAS

Island TV 2-2618 The Wardrobe 5-5599

AUTOMOTIVE MEN'S WEAR

Lucas Batteries Fashionette Ltd. 2-2376/7
Bay Street Garage 2-2434

BOOKSTORE MUSIC

The Christian Book Shop Cody's Records 2-8500 .
5-8744
OPTICIANS
BUSIPESS FORMS Optical Service Ltd. 2-3910/1
Executive
Printers 2-4267/5-4011 PAPER

CABINET MAKERS Commercial Paper
House 5-973'.
Commonwealth
Furniture 31120 PRINTING
Wong's Printing b-4bUb
CAMERAS
Executive
John Bull 2-4252/3 Printers 2-4267/5-40 1

ENTERTAINMENT RADIO & T.V. SALES
"" ----------"
Movies Carter's Records 2-4711
Film & Equip. Service 2 2157
RUBBER STAMPS
GARDEN & PET Wong's Rubber Stamp
.UPPLIES Co. 5-4506
.SUPPLIES
Modernistic Garden SPORTS GOODS
& Pet 2-2868
Nassau Garden & Pet Champion Sport Land 2-1862
Montrose Avenue 2-4259 TRAVEL
Playtours 2-2931/7
HARDWARE R.H. Curry & Co., 2-8681/7 1
John S. George 2-8421/6 TV REPAIRS
------.--.
HOUSE PLANS Channel Electronics Ltd.
3-5478
Evangelos G. Zervos 2-4128 -
LAUNDRY UPHOLSTERING
DRY CLEANING
NDw Orienl La y Eddie's Upholstering 5-9713
New Oriental Laundry 24406
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C14329
PHOTOGRAPHIC AND
Lithographic Technical
Consultant. Apply in writing to
P. O. Box N-226, Nassau,
Bahamas.
C14332
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
required by BANK LEU
INTERNATIONAL LIMITED,
who must be available on a full
time working basis and resident
in Nassau. His qualifications
must include extensive
international banking and trust
experience at executive level
over a minimum period of 10
years; a recognized professional
qualification in law or
accountancy or a degree in
business administration;
fluency in German and French
in addition to English. He will
be expected to substitute for
the senior executive officer in
the latter's absence.
Applications in writing, which
will be treated in strictest
confidence, should be
addressed to Mr. R. R. Mercier,
P. O. Box N-3926.


WANTED

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


TRADE SERVICES

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


C 14023
FOR your building needs anc
CRANE hire see:
ISLAND BUILDERS
LIMITED
P. O. Box N-4559
Phone 31671 31672

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.
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.

C14027

Pinder's Customs

Brokerage Ltd.

Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU BAHAMAS
P. O. Box N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
HEAVY DUTY RUCKING
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


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C14197
RADIATORS
Re-cores and repairs stop b
The Nassau Repair Shop
Mackey Street and Chesapeakt
Road, or phone 24710-21716
SERVICE GUARANTEED
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The Tribune - Thursday, April 25, 1974 11


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' HE'S G~NA STCKA NEEDLE INTO
MR.WLS, OCAN I WATCH *


CROSSWORD

PUZZLE
ACROSS 23 Tapir
24. Affinity
1. Jujube 28. Beginner
4. Amateur 30. Algerian
7. Swarthy seaport
11. Flower wreath 31. Hyson
12.-Orel's river 32. Purport
13. Grandparental 33. Culpability
14. Pro 36. Darling
15. Notable 37. Charles' sister
16. Clematis 38. Pipe fitting
17. English river 39. Egg drink
19. Snall anchor 42. Sloth and envy,
20. Traveler's 43. Coach
haven 44. Parson bird


Par time 26 min.


AP Newsf


SINl itRA ALIAS
DOa CRESCENT

rIAISRIA A
ATTR IN AN NR

IMA L A
DOWN 5.AM Lated


EC. Fairy 6. D m ELA




DOWN 5. Related
1. Fairy 6. Diagram

' F' j" 9 5 8. Desirous
9. Pealed
13 10. Swiss painter
18.Cruel
19. Glove leather
20. Boy's
nickname
21. Somebody
22. Strife
S 6 27 24. Turmeric
25. Cuban
30 -province
26. English fliers
2 27. High explosive
29. Clear gain
32 Red seaweed
So 4 33. Slit
35. Roadhouses
36. Tip
738. Recede
4 0. Pronoun
atures 4-27 41. Demerit


-CARROLL RIGHTER'S

SrHOROSCOPE
from the Carroll Righter institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: Until noon, force
nothing, but plan activities Later in the day
and p m, modernize things that mean the most to you
through which you can express your talents.
ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr. 19) Study future trends well, then
take the action necessary to become more successful. Visit
with kin and good friends. Drive with utmost care.
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) Start new economical action
that will build your bank account. Read statements and
reports that are of a practical nature.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Organize personal
relationships better for a happier, more productive life. Put the
best plan to work quickly. Take treatments to improve
appearance
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Handle personal
matters in the am., so you can consult with experts later
regarding business matters Show more affection for mate
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Steer clear of one who gossips or
you can say things you do not mean, but enjoy social affairs
that are worthwhile.
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept 22) Safeguard your reputation in
the a.m Straighten out your problems, so you can talk later
with higher-ups for more progress.
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct. 22) Pursue new aims in a.m. for
added success. Make an appointment with a new friend who
can give you needed data. Be on time.
SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov. 21) Take care of promises
during day so you can enjoy romantic pleasure later Do not
follow hunches early, but later they are quite accurate.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) An associate could be
annoying in a m, but hold your temper, then all works out
fine later and mood changes. Speak quietly, persuasively.
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan. 20) Handle duties early and
efficiently so you can do something later to make your life
with associates more ideal Buy new wardrobe accessories.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb 19) You can take some little
risk in p m as you might very well come out the winner. But
keep wallet in a safe place,
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Do those things that will make
life at home more harmonious and more love will exist there.
Entertain in p m and show off family.


Winning Bridge


By VICTOR MOLLO
Dealer: North, Lt/W Vul.
North
43
J 9 4
S Q J 10 8 6 4
4 6 b
West East
4 K v 6 4 A o 7 2
Kv 644 (a o72
\/ A '< a r 10
V t 7 V o 2
SJ 10 4 A 9 7 3 2
South
SQ J 10 5
v Q 8 3 2
SAK 5
K K8
North South
JO 3NT
West leads the 44. Going up
with the +A, East returns the
42 to your 4J and West's 4K.
'lne 46 to your 4Q follows.
How do you play?
You have lost two tricks and
see the 4A and VAK still out


against you. Fortunately,
defenders don't know it and
mayoe you can bamooozle them.
How you do it depends on the
quality o0 the opposition.
You can cash the OAK and
play the 4K, pretending to have
no more diamonds. That won't
do against competent opponents
who will signal to each other
the.r length in diamonds.
Alternatively, you may lead a
low cluo straightaway. If West
has the 4A, ne may duck. If
East has it, he may return a
-spade.
This is better, but still not
good enough, tor defenders will
realise that itf you haven't
started with the diamonds it's
because they are solid.
The most deceptive card is the
4K. That is how you might well
play lif, needing an eItly. you had
4KJ8 and OAK bare--or the
OK and VA, instead of the OA.


Chess


By LEONARD BARDEN


A grandmaster blundered in
this diagram from Anderssoc v.
Furman., Madrid 1973; can you
do better ? Andersson (White)
has his king in check and must
choose among K-B3, K-B2.
K-R2 and K-R1. Which is
best-and what happens if
White selects one of the others
(as Andersson did !) ?
Par tdmes: 1 minute. grand-
master; 2 minutes, chess master:
3 minutes, expert; 6 minutes.
county player; 12 minutes, club
standard; 20 minutes, average;
40 minutes, novice.


Rupert and the Ice Crackers-37


The spot where Rupert lands is a deep snow-
drift on the hillside facing his cottage. It's
like falling on :a a big cushion I" he laughs.
" That wind stopped blowing at just the right
moment." Daddy is quickly at his side. Were
you coming through the air ?" he asks Or
was I dreaming ?" It wasn't a dream,
Daddy," says Rupert. I've been all the way


to King Frost's castle and back." Wm,
perhaps that explains why you've been out
for hours," mutters Daddy. "I came to look
for you because Mummy was very anxious."
Rupert shows Daddy the wind whistle, and
on the way to the cottage he tells how he
could not help but take part in the adventure
on the ice walls.


Rupert and the Ice Crackers-38


he puts It in an old saucer and carries it
outside, placing it on the snow-covered lawn.
* I'll leave it here all night." he tells Mummy.
"Wasn't Jack Frost kind to give me his spare
wind whistle 7 It will last a long time if the
weather stays cold." ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


Chess Solution
After I K-B2! Black must
take a draw by 1 ... Q-R5 ch;
2 K-Kt2, Q-Kt4 ch; 3 K-B2.
On move 2, Black cannot capture
the rook because of 3 Q-B8
mate, and 2 .. R-Kt3 ch: 3
K-RI doesn't help. 1 K-B3
may also draw, but Q-Q7 er
R-Kt3 are tricky replies. 1
K-R2? loses the rook to . .
Q--Q7 ch.
Andersson chose 1 K-Ri? but
then 1 . Kt-B4!; 2 Q-B2,
Q-KtS! winning at least rook
for knight, forced him to resign.






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No. 7.410 . by TIM McKAY
Across
1. Old pun. (3. 4)
6. Water movement. (4)
7 Grass cutter. (5)
10. Courts of Justice. (3. 6) -
11. Old emperor. (4) 0
12. Peer. (5)
13. Eminence. (9)
17. Price. (4) 18. Labels. (4)
21. Stubborn. (9)
22. Shelter. (3)
23. Marsh. (3)
24. Youngster. (3)
2. Break contact. (9)
Down
1. Frigid. (5-4)
2. Top hat. (4) 3. Talks. (9)
4. Into a name (anal.). (9)
5. Night bird (3)
8. Slippery fish. (3)
9. GraIn.
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12 The Tribune - Thursday, April 25, 1974


Ferguson lashes


sports


By Gladstone Thurston
BROKEN commitments.
petty politics and l1.- zlr ,'
irresponsibility. on the part ofl
many of our leaders can be
blamed for the rather chaotic
condition on the sports scene.
Bahamas Amateur Basketball
Association president \Mr
Vince Ferguson charged last
night.
In a ten pagc ad ress
delivered jduiing the 'rst
session of the B.\ \,'
second annual onvciint!o! at
the Sonesta Beach tHoitt \lr
Ferguson pointed i.r thi .ui;ch
prevailing condition-, iirc hi !' d
to become cOnlig:'.s tio ttlO'c
we are leading
"Furtherniure ',ten there
breakdown in in'w ,)rtx n'., atl
or at one lt: L; t!n ii, i rn\
over to a;in.o'he' r !'a u .
thus create -i a add a stn,
on thost .h.o :iit
struggling to kc-.p il r ir -:iJ
up."
Mr FIerguson .xpline tt
the B B A : i ', ::i:::
member h i
Federation oi \;".il ;
a confedertl lt
organization> .ia ,v c
principle that r i ,t
could be ci oriplsh :i : :
world ou spotr ,i,,. .. ;.,
and coopra h.,
fragmentation ad W p.i i
The Fl-edranon. e -lb d
has strtiggi: d cr 0: 'j
couple cars :' t niig ii:
order to the ichjat ,:diin
of the sporting cene '
aw rIi cess f
a pnroc.,es. that h:ai- ..,., ., :
ruinbing and n t: :i;i,
"Y et. a good p- ,':r]:
sean .'i:, /atiO ; ,.
man. of our i!l. :; ,;, Vc.,
of organiz/atonis 5ouki, k.,-
uip the intestine! ortituuici .r. ,
display the kmid t :.iiat
responsibility\ and co i!!i;.i
necessary to ;Tn|,
pr..gr ,,i, work." r
Ferguson said
Touching an ce\,::!
unco-opertiveness Mr M r
guson pointed out the ,; 1,;i
when the i ,
has' hi, season r;ppo-'.l
clashed HIe ,aid t01.t i
accosted by b,th i: .;nJd
executives o ti he i
Association askm ,1
basketball pla, -
seheduled ,-
opening night
"Not itmans o' ;:=', i'rl
seemed to care !ia! .ait i-l: '
were made ; -;.


'chaos'


-All-clear on amateurs
THE BAHAMAS Amateur Basketball Association, during
their recent tour of Europe, did not violate the rules
i,,,..ring amateurism by playing against a professional
team.
This was revealed last night by the president of the
B A.B A. in his address during the first session of the
Association's second annual convention.
In a correspondence from Steinmetz Guy secretary of
the T 71 Sanichaufer basketball organization it was
confirmed that "all the teams the B.A.B.A. all-stars played
in Furope are amateur teams.
Joeuf. the correspondence said is a team of the French
National Division which belongs to the 'FrenchBasketball
Federation. This Federation is a member ot the
International Basketball Federation
Dudelange and Steinsel are also teams of the
Luxemibourg National Division. It belongs to their National
Federation which is also a member of the International
Federation.
"In Europe, professional basketball does not exist," the
correspondence said. "So, in Europe it is for the moment
nipossitble to play a professional team."
he nisudertandaing arose following B.A.B.A.'s return
from Europe earlier this year when a section of the press
charged them with violating their amateur status.


in Me. f i "or the C onten'ts
t' alignedd therein hlie
,s d "No!t ianii seemIed
,. on crne d Aboillt usin
n o at e ilk tc du a Iitte

Ild 'e done such thic
ik ild t h i ~\ nC:iiraeuloUtsli
S. ..ere I that baseball agreed
,' tr* .nI Marih and end on
\ im ',s! 15. iwile basketball





'n-std in the iad that
Ii-a a Con a'on tern i
i" r si1 r.;;, n r. i ang 1 are d

:",i r,,s tbrac'Lt was to revile
- .: -I;g:'e baiskehuir | .ird it s




rcbt ifui the
-letdwrup I oo arroigant dl
: i !a l. others cLaiml
;Wi Jr eba iA sn'.q wants to

Recrting ol more internal
p rMins. Mr t-erguson
!',,::][tfu 0 1! tha1 the
,:n had to seek tihe
nsoai- t !I, _, special drug
,,qlijd and plaill clothes
p! linemen in its attempt to
.n ain a gambling situation
that had arisen
"'I hci !nwholesomneness of
t~!,: situation became severe
iot only with the Classic Pros
o: otiner leading clubs that a
B A B A. news release
"o0inMing gambling had to
hi mde"- he said Admission
S,.b i ser\iat ion tbroughlt !the


situation to his attention.
"In the first instance it was
admitted to me personally
that monies in tour figures
were won and lost, while in the
second, coaches and executives
witnessed betting inside the
gi m during games." \lr
FIerguson said.
"HIopefully he said. "'thi
kind of behaviour will diminish
and be removed from the g ims
entirely "
anotherr scrlous note of
crilninal act occurred on the
night ot I ebruar I1 when a
tan was :,di l.. beaten by
meinbers of the Classic Pros
The attack was said to be
provoked. However, it was one
man against a team still in
unitornlT
"Surely otticials are
constantly. baited and
provoked." the president
noted. "As a matter iof fac
esery night: )et they are
expected to maintain a high
standard to decorum at all
times
Also. during the quarter
ain.i ,in both leagues and the
..,.i,:, ii.i in the Paradise
League left a lot to be desired
and as a consequence several
players and a team have had to
be dealt with rather stiffly.
'Remember that we all have
a tremendous obligation to
present ourselves as good
models tor the u -itnti r- who
idolize us." Mr. Ferguson told
the convention.
'Should we commit some
act that proves embarrassing to


VIN('CE I.'RGUSON
'Obligation'


the Association, there is no
telling how scandalous and
damaging that can prove for
the youngsters who will follow
in our footsteps.
On a more comminendable
note. Mr. 1-ercuson said that
the B.A.B.A besides having
had to spend more than S1.000
for the repair of lights before
commencing its season, had to
spend thousands more assisting
the Government in remodelling
the two auditoriums used
the A. F. Adderley and the C.
1. G(ibson.
This Mr. Ferguson said was
done "not because we seek
praise and glory but because
we believe in making our
contribution to the betterment
of facilities which in turn
would enhance our
programmes. In this was we
hope to leave a rich legacy to
those who are vet to come."
In closing, Mr. Fergusor
called upon the Associaion to
realize their responsibility not
only to themselves and their
respective clubs hut to the
nation as a whole.
"So in our deliberations and
decision-making, let us utilize
every vision and integrity we
can muster, always keeping in
mind that we are here to build
better citizens through
basketball, and that one day it
can be said with all pride and a
great sense of accomplishment
that our young nation have
truly benefitted because we
have passed this wa ." he said.
Mr Ferguson was given a
standing ovation.


Mackey


rich quick' attitude, Mr. Mackey also
called upon the senior athletes themselves
to set a good standard. "The kids who
idolize you as athletes and stars idolize
not that part of you which is the
basketball player but your entire person.

"They idolize you both on and off the
court. Your example and conduct in both
spheres can shape constructively or
destructively the future of these
youngsters who idolize you," youngsters
who idolize you."


Both Carroll and Rabley
joined Gail Goodard and Sarah
Disston for third place in the
relay.
Vanessa Brown and Sarah
Dunn were good for first and
second respectively in the girls
50 metres butterfly.
The Barracudas will be
among the Dolphins and
Freeport when they meet in
the Bahamas Nationals
Championship next month at
the St. Andrews School Pool.
Pictured: Barracuda, Swim
Club team.


GAMBLING at sporting events puts a
painful and unnecessary burden and
pressure on the individual who has a
primary obligation to his team and has a
responsibility to the fans. Mr. George
Mackey, M.P told last night's first session
of the Bahamas Amateur Basketball
Association's second annual convention
Speaking on the theme 'gambling
influence in sports and society.' Mr
Mackey called upon all associations to
discourage gambling so that the sporting
public truly gets its money worth
"The player who bets and some


EIGHT-YEAR-O.D Jill
Bethel of Queen's College set a
new Nationals record in the
25-metres baIII..tfi last
weekend doing the distance in
22 seconds clipping 4 seconds
off the old record set by
Dominique Tarmey of the
Dolphins Swim Club
Competing with the
Barracuda Swim Club in their
match against Freeport
Saturday, Bethel also captured
two other firsts and a second.
She captured the 50 metres
freestyle and 50 metres breast
stroke events. Bethel settled


players do puts the team in a very
unfortunate position because he is doing
disservice to the team. Once it becomes
public knowledge then the public has a
right to suspect that a team or player who
bets are susceptible to taking bribes and
that they will throw a game if the bet
goes in that direction.
"We in this country should see that our
sports remain clean; see that public
confidence is never lost in a sporting
body such as yours (B.A.B.A.) that
sponsor sporting activities."
As gambling tends to portray a 'get


JILL SMASHES RECORD


for second in the back stroke.
A total of 50 young
swimmers from the newly
formed Barracuda Club
act.companied by their coach
Chris (;reen took part in the
event which was their second
competitive meet since their
formation six months ago.
Scott Farrington, also of the
Barracudas and competing in
the boys nine to 10 years age
group contributed three


seconds. He placed in he
freestyle, butterfly and aen
teamed up with Peter Rabley.
Chris Blundell and Richard
Hall for a second in the medley
relay.
In the girls II to 12, young
Desiree Carroll and Anne
Rabley in the back stroke took
second and third respectively
behind Shawn Lewis of
Freeport. Carroll had a fourth
in the freestyle.


LEEDS

AKE -

TITLE

AS

LIVERPOOL

LOSE
LONDON Arsenal upset
Liverpool 1-0 last night and
Leeds United became English
soccer champions.
A goal by Arsenal's Ray
Kennedy in the 55th minute
destroyed second-placed
Liverpool's hopes in a drama-
packed game at Liverpool's
Anfield Stadium.
Liverpool now have only
two games left and have 55
points. League-leading Leeds,
with 60 points and one game
to play, cannot be caught.
It is Leeds' second English
championship title. They
previously won the league in
1969 and have been
runners-up five times in the
last ten years.
A crowd of 47,997
watched the upset defeat -
their first at home this
season.
Leeds supporters were
planning to travel to London
in their thousands next
Saturday to see their team
play Queen's Park Rangers in
the last match of the season.
Now the result doesn't
matter.
Atletico De Madrid
beat Glasgow Celtic 2-0 and
advanced into the final of the
European Soccer Cup of
Champions.
The two teams drew 0-0 in
their first semi-final match in
Glasgow April 10.
Tottenham Hotspur
downed Lokomotiv Leipzig
of East Germany 2-0 and
went into the final of the
UEFA soccer cup on a 4-1
aggregate.
Bayern Munich beat Dosza
Ujpest 3-0 to move into the
final of the European Cup of
Champions.
Borussia Moenchenglad-
bach beat AC Milan 1-0 but
the Italians moved into the
final for the European Cup of
Cup winners after having won
the first leg 2:0.
VFB Stuttgart and
Feyenoord Rotterdam
battled to a 2-2 tie in their
second leg moving the Dutch
team into the final for the
UEFA cup.
Results:
ENGLISH LEAGUE
Division I
Liverpool 0 Arsenal I.
Division 2
Aston Villa 3 Notts Forest 1.
Division 3
Blackburn I Aldershot 2
Bournemouth I Halifax I
(rinmsb 2 Oldham 1
Huddcrsfield 2 Wrexham I
Watford 2 Port Vale I
Division 4
Gillingham 2 Lincoln 0
Workington 0 Crewe 0.
SCOTTISH LEA(;GU
Division I
Aberdeen 2 Ayr United I
Clyde 2 Hearts 0
Dundee Utd. 1 Partick Thistle 1
Rangers 2 Motherwell I
Division 2
Alloa 2 Forfar 0
Clydebank 2 Cowdenbeath 2

BASEBALL RESULTS
Oakland 9, 'leveland 2
New York 4, Kansas City 3
Baltimore 4, California 3
Detroit 8, Minnesota 4
Texas 3, Boston 1
Chicago 7. Milwaukee 2
Pittsburgh 5, Atlanta 3
Houston 9, St. Louis 4
Philadelphia 6, Los Angeles 1


AQUINAS COLLEGE senior
boys have finally tasted defeat.
Unable to hold their own
against defending Eastern
Division champs St.
Augustine's College, the Aces
fell in straight sets 15-6, 15-12
and 15-11 in yesterday's first
game of the Inter-School
volleyball series.

However, S.A.C.'s victory
ended with the senior boys.
Their junior girls dropped their
first game of the series 15-8
and 15-6 to C.I. Gibson High.
On Monday, St. Augustine's
defeated Gibson High in three
sets.

The Aces, though strong in
their attack lacked the
defensive momentum to keep
S.A.C. from scoring. They
showed signs of recovery in the
third set when they had the
Red Machine trailing 9-2.
However, coach Hugh
Lawrence brought on setter
Bruce Arnold which seemed to
be all S.A.C. needed to get the


CAT'CHER Lester Gardiner
in a two for four plate
JppcaraijHc scored one and
knocked in one run
contributing to Jet Set's 4-2
victory over former league
leading Schlit7 Beer in the
second game of last night's
double header.
In the first game. Heineken
scored two unearned runs in
the bottom of the sixth inning
forcing a four all tie after seven
innings. The game was
suspended and would be
continued at a later date.
Plating three runs in the first
inning, Jet Set behind the
four-hit/six-strike out pitching
of right hander Isaac Fox kept
the Brewers on a shut out


Richards races to

189 at Lord's


LONDON Barry Richards,
South African star, hit a
sparkling 189 and dominated
the first match of the cricket
season at Lord's yesterday.
Richards was playing for
Hampshire, the county
champions, against the MCC
It looked like a dismal start
to the season at cricket's
headquarters, with the
fieldsmen fumbling the ball in
cold weather and a handful of
spectators huddled in
overcoats. But Richards soon
warmed things up.
The 28-year-old South
African, who help Natal to win
the Currie Cup during the
winter raced to 82 by lunch
out of Hampshire's score of
115 for 5.
After lunch Pichards
stepped up the pace and added
78 in an hour.
Worcestershire will include
six test cricketers ii; its team to
face the Indians in a three-day
game starting at Worcester
Saturday.
Glenn Turner and John
Parker, both New Zealand
players, will be the opening
batsmen.
Two West Indian stars -
batsman Ron Headley and fast
bowler Van Holder will be in
the team.


Basil d'Oliviera and Norman
Gifford, England test men, will
help to test the Indians, who
are still getting acclimatized in
the unusually cold English
weather.
Tribune sports reporter Ivan
Johnson plays for Worcester.

TOP CASH WINNER
NEW YORK Chris Evert's
$10,000 victory Sunday in the
St. Petersburg Masters
tournament has made her the
top money-winner on the U.S.
Lawn Tennis Association's
women's pro tour, the USLTA
disclosed today.
Miss Evert trounced
Australian Kerry Melville 6-0,
6-1 in the final at St.
Petersburg for her ninth
consecutive clay-court victory
and raised her year's earnings
to $73,700.
Billie Jean King dropped to
second place with $71,300 for
seven events, one less than Miss
Evert.
Far behind in third place is
Rosemary Casals at $31.650



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ball up for the big forwards.
With Rudy Cleare and Trevor
Roberts handling the front line
while Carlton Bosfield served,
S.A.C. defence the Aces to just
two more points enroute to
victory.
It did not take the Saints
long to get started as the first
game saw them taking a strong
12-2 lead. Prince Hepburn
along with Perry Williams and
Reggie Forbes managed four
more points for the Aces, but,
by then S.A.C. had already
captured the set by nine
points.
Franklyn Thomas at the line
for S.A.C. made no mistake
with his unpredictable
deliveries. They had the Aces
doing everything else except
returning them. His
contribution netted the Saints
a handsome 10-4. lead.


U n n oved
predicament,
struggled on and
Forbes' serving


The Wrestling squad of the Bahamas
Wrestling Club (pictured) leave Saturday for
Exuma where they will perform during the


by their
the Aces
rallied behind
two behind.


streak over five innings.
Losing pitcher Vincent
Strachan was the victim of a
ten hit attack which included
two doubles. lie struck out
seven and walked none.
entire e fielder Anthony
Roberts and second baseman
Lorenza Lockhart topped
Schlitz' offence each collecting
one hit from three at bats.
Roberts scored one and
Lockhart knocked in one.
Seventh inning pinch runner
Fred Fountain scored Schlitz'
other run.
Rbi's by Gardiner and
designated hitter Earl
Thomnpson got Jet Set off to a
winning mark in the first
frame. Gardiner's run scoring


Hepburn followed on a
scoreless turnover and with
Keith Butler and Williams
working in the forward moved
ahead by one point.
This rally came to no good.
Roberts went to the line for
S.A.C. and had the pleasure of
assuring them with a 2-0 lead.
In other senior boys action
yesterday C.C. Sweeting High
dominated St. John's College
15-0, 15-6 and 15-1 in their
best of five affair.
Team captain Kevin "Chick"
Rolle together with Mathew
Leckey and all-rounder Dennis
Forbes proved too much for
the Saints.
Led by Andrew Albury, St.
John's in the second set
mustered a brief 4-2 lead.
Senior boys action continue
on Monday as follows: A. F.
Adderley vs St. John's: Prince
Williams vs Government High;
R. M. Bailey vs S.A.C.. and
Queen's College vs L W.
Young.


Family Island Regatta. The wrestlers have been
putting on regular shows Thursday evenings
and Saturday afternoons at the Birdland
Arena.


single drove in left fielder Greg
Woodside who represented
Strachan's first double.
Costly errors by Lockhart
and short stop Randy Rodgers
accounted for Jet Set's second
run before Thompson's single
drove in Sidney MCKinney.
Between the second and
fourth inning Jet Set collected
four hits. Right fielder Richard
Brooks' in field single capped
Jet Set's victory as Louis
McQuay scored on the play.
Schlitz' final attempt to
regain their winning streak
came in the seventh and final
inning when a fielding error on
third baseman Lionel Neeley
scored Fountain. Fountain
pinch ran for first baseman
Colin Thompson.


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