<%BANNER%>
PRIVATE ITEM
Digitization of this item is currently in progress.
The Tribune.
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00084249/03610
 Material Information
Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
Added title page title: Nassau tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: May 6, 1974
 Subjects
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
 Notes
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 79, no. 210 (Aug. 3, 1983); title from caption.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 09994850
oclc - 9994850
System ID: UF00084249:03610

Full Text










HBOUDLEY'S BAM
co EthA pomT a m. fOVAL Avs.



,-r,,,," "EXUMA" EXUNlq

9,.er.d. with Postmaster of Bahamas for postase ncessions within the, Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


VOL. LXX1, No. 137 Monday, May 6 1974 Pr:-


lb
p


Those hazy, hazy, hazy days of summer


By MIKE LOTHIAN
"THE AMOUNT of haze in the
atmosphere is not of a precentage that
it would be harmful to health." a
Health Ministry spokesman said today.
The haze that has blanketed the
Bahamas and much of the Caribbean
for almost a week is largely the result
of smoke, drifting east across the Gulf
Stream from huge forest fires in
Florida's Everglades National Park.
being held near ground level by what
the Met. Office described as "a weak
high pressure system."
The Health Ministry spokesman


Ii, NICKI KFLLY
ASSISTANT I ox Hill 1
Florence Ramiisc di-miss' S.' on
8, has been re-instalted n cil
that she responds favourable to )
training over the next six months.
A letter to this effce swas written
Ramsey on April 21) by lihrar. cl
Prescott Davis who was initially respooni
- her removal.
After six years with the library
Ramsey was fired by Mr. Davis for a
failing to respond to on-the-job Iraining
A Jamaican, Miss Audrey Lei
appointed as librarian and a Long I
resident in Oakcs Field, brought in to
Mrs. Ramsey.
It was later revealed that ilte
tour active trustees of the
library had no knowledge or
any part in Mrs. Ramsey's
dismissal.
The ensuing turore led to
INNM representative Cyril
Tynes tabling a motion seeking
appointment of a House
committee to investigate all A
aspects of the Fox I lill library's Ame
operation. recei
The matter was also taken of
up with Education Ministrer V ,I
l.ivingstone Coakley aind cpo
education permanent secretary was
Baltron Bethel 11
In his April 29 letter Mr. a Ja
Davis informed Mrs. Ramsey and
that "further consideration has Iloll,
been given to your arrest
employment at the Fox Ilill King
library particularly in view of were
your several years experience persc
with the library.
'In thle circumstances, and
on humanitarian gironds.'" ie
wrote, "it has been decided to
extend your services in ordet
to determine over the next six
months whether you will
respond favourably to further ji
training during that period." Mimi


Mr. Davis said that a
"suitable programmil has been
arranged for yoi with the
Ministry of lducalt ion and
Culture. Should your
performance not improve
significantly during that
period, and should you be
assessed as unsuitable to
perform the duties of assistant
librarian thereafter, then there
will be no other reasonable
alternative but to terminate
your services."
Mrs. Ramsey was told that
she could therefore report back
to work as of May I and
collect payment of any arrears
of salary.
Residents of Fox Ilill
formed themselves into a
Citizens Committee to protest
the dismissal action taken
against Mrs. Ramsev.


SPANISH
DINING-ROOM
SETS


Rn
NASSAU. FREEPORTf


VOWl
out
crime


emphasised that "the concentration
(of haze) is not such that it is a hazard
to health." But he declined comment
when asked whether that conclusion
was based on any tests conducted by
the Ministry.
Health Minister Loftus Roker said
he would "look into the matter."
The local situation has been
aggravated by at least three factors.
The dry season has not yet ended,
with the result that there is a
seasonally high quantity of dust in the
air.
With th(lie dry season still upon us,
also, the island is having its own forest
fires. The Fire Department recorded


glh was
Islander
replace FLORENCE RAMSEY
Six month trial



Nassau man freed


opium charge


NASSAU leCsident and i111
rican arrested iln Jaluic.i
nily for alleged possession
opitlumll \ eIrL' I'edL
i, .l.. wliin anil anl lyy t
rted that the substance
not opium af tcr 'all.
'e Iwo. I Tr or l)ixonll.3 I
im iaican li\ lll in N .lSlN .
J os'ph lPag!':llltlc ot
y. wood. Florid, I. \ LiC
tled ill hic Sk line Hoeld it
stone on \Ap il ..i 2 I 11c\
am Illong a inilt'lbet ohl
nPs aMrCestCd l lun i er' \\


l .tt.aicain laws giving police
pwcris ol arrest and detention
(I suspects without a warrant
within c ritain designated areas
o( Jamiiaica.
In Kingston Magistrate's
Couttt on Wednesday the
prosecution offered no
evidence. un the basis of a
ircp-ori from coverninent
analyst l)r. Maurice McLeod,
i\ho said the substance the ctwo
\e're charged with possessing
w\is not opium and did not fall
undei dangerous drugs laws.


MANLEY VOWS TO

ROOT OUT CRIME


AMAICA'S Prime
sister Michael Manley
ed at the weekend to root
that counlry''s organized
ie.


"The great crime syndicate
of America the Mafia is
trying to get a fool hold in
Jamaica. It is like an octopus.
But its tentacles will be cut".
Man ey told his audience at a
factory ground breaking
ceremony in western Jamaica
on Friday.

Manley said most 0of the
crimes committed in Jamaica


fall under the control of
organized crime and that the
Mafia is one of the
organimiat ions involved.
Marijuana. he said, is used
onlv as a catch behind big
crime. But new minister of
national security and justice
is using whatever strategies he
cani, t lie Prime Minister
adl(ded. lie said the
government is not going to sit
back and let a group of
i'vchopathic gunmen destroy
tile country although the
principle of fair trial will not
be infringed. tAP)


Soldiers shoot pilot.


A SOUTH Carolina pilot.
shot Sunday by Jamaican
soldiers when he allegedly tried
to take-off from an airstrip.
near the north coast. is
reportedly in serious condition,
Police said the pilot.
identified as Carl IHawkins. 32.
is at the Cornwall Regional
Hospital in Montego Bay.

llawkins, according to
authorities, was shot when he
tried to takeoff in his light
pl inme from the Barco airstrip in
'relawney Parish. The plane


caught fire, and was destroyed
in the episode.
An unidentified woman
companion who was in the
plane with Hawkins suffered
minor injuries. She is now
being questioned by police.
Police claim they found a
large sum of money on the
pilot, plus a loaded revolver
and two rounds of
animunition.
Hawkins hometown in
South Carolina had not been,
disclosed. (AP)


27 over the weekend.
Mr. Roker himself drew attention to
the fact that smoke has also been
pouring from the City Dump on Blue
Hill Road. He noted that the
Ministry's policy is not to burn
garbage, but, he added, there are
scavengers who set fires in the dump
to burn away assorted flammable
materials in their search for salvageable
copper.
And that problem has itself been
recently aggravated he said, by the
temporary absense for repairs of one
of the dump's two tractors.
The remaining tractor has to divide
its time between covering fresh loads


Jerome's

daily

battle

for life


AT 39, when he should
still have a long life ahead of
him, Jerome Dean a Ministry
of Works employee, is in a
Canadian hospital living from
moment to moment.
Both of Jerome's kidneys
have failed. He is on a dialysis
machine waiting for a kidney
donor who can give him a
fighting chance for life.
Praying with him are his wife
and seven children.
But treatment and a
transplant cost money. A
kjlney transplant may cost
wheree from $10.000 to
$100,000. Treatment on a
kidney machine may cost in
excess of $10,000 yearly.
These expenses are beyond
Jerome's family but thanks to
a responsive public, efforts
are bWings made throughout
the edmmunity to raise some
$21,000 needed to defray
present medical costs.
On May 9 an evening of
entertainment by top flight
Bahamian showmen will be
presented at the Polaris Hall
of the Holiday Inn.
The public is being asked
to support this worthwhile
event.
A major drive is also
underway by the Public
Services Union of which Mr.
Dean is a member.

WOMAN

HELD

AFTER

STABBING

A WOMAN is being held for
questioning in connection with
one of two stabbing incidents
yesterday.
Police reported today that
Idward Richards, and an
unidentified Haitian national
were stabbed during the
weekend.
Richards is in fair condition
at the Princess Margaret
hospital. lie was taken there
Sunday at 6:10 p.m.
authorities reported.
Police have only identified
the Haitian national as a
resident in the southern area of
New Providence. lie was
stabbed during an argument
Sunday.
Investigations ;:re also being
made into the wounding of
Wilfred Pinder. hospitalized
for head injury received around
10 p.m. Sunday near the
Capitol Theatre, Market Street.

Partnership

dissolved
THfE LAW partnership of
BetheUl, Gottlieb and Zervos
has been dissolved as of April
30, it wa s disclosed today.
A notice circulated through
the mail by the three attorneys
states that Mr. Nicholas John
Zervos and Mr. Cay W.
Gottlieb will be going into a
new partnership as Zervos and
Gottlieb.
The new law firm will have
its office on the first floor of
the Bernard Sunley Building,
Bay Street.
Mr. David C. Bethel, will be
carrying on his own law
practice from chambers in the
same building.


of garbage and covering burning
sections of the dump, he said.
The Met. Office could make no
prediction on when the haze might
disappear.,
But the Ministry spokesman said the
rainly season "is just around the
corner," and heavy rain, he said,
would both clear the air and reduce
the number and size of forest fires.
The haze that has spread over much
of the Caribbean is presently
hampering a widening search for a
Maryland marine biology professor
and two other men, who are missing
since Saturday in a small plane on a
flight from Puerto Rico to Haiti.


MOTHER

GOES

ON TRIAL
FOR

MURDER
MALRETHA ROLLE, a
young, pregnant mother of
three accused of the murder of
her husband Thomas on
February 1 went on trial in the
Supreme Court today.
The woman, admitted to
bail "on humanitarian
grounds" by Chief Justice
Leonard J. Knowles at the
opening of the April Criminal
Assizes, is being represented by
attorney J. Jenry Bostwick.
She has pleaded not guilty.
Rolle, the prosecution
alleges, stabbed her husband
through the back into the chest
during an agrument. Solicitor
General Langton Hilton,
conducting the case for the
prosecution, also applied to the
court for a withdrawal of the
accused's bail bond this
afternoon.
She was admitted to bail on
two grounds that she is
pregnant and that she has
infant children to care for, Mr.
Hilton said today.
But he also said he was
instructed that the woman's
children are not being cared for
by her nor were they in New
Providence at the time when
the defence made their
application for bail to be
allowed.
"These facts were seriously
taken into consideration by His
Lordship when he granted bail
as he mentioned as his reason
'humanitarian ground,'" Mr.
Hilton said.
The defence objected to the
application and Mr. Bostwick
also told the court that he
"took strong exception" to the
prosecution alleging that he
had made a misrepresentation
to the court.
He also termed the
application an ill-conceived and
prejudicial one
The judge over-ruled the
application for withdrawal of
the bail bond.
Two witnesses testified
today, including Princess
Margaret Hospital pathologist
Joan Read who told the court
that Rolle died as the result of
a stab wound through the back
into the chest.


By NICK KELLY
NEGOTIATIONS for the
sale of the $15.5 million
Sonesta Beach Hotel to a
Canadian air charter company
have reportedly collapsed
following the company's
failure to come through with
an acceptable proposition.
Numerous reports have been
circulating for the past several
weeks that the Sonesta had
been sold to Wardair, which
has been operating Inclusive
Tour Charters (ITCs) from
Canada to the Sonesta for the
past year.
Wardair was given a May 6
dealing -- today but failed
to come through with a
concrete offer, it is
understood.
Sonesta. manager Bob Souers
is off the island and could not
be reached.
Wardair's interest in the
Sonesta is believed to be a
reflection of the Irowing
interest by Canadians in the
Bahamas as a vacation centre.
Mr. Leonard Nathan, senior


al d o


'THE GOAL of the science
teacher should be the
development within the pupil
of a scientific attitude,"
Education & Culture Minister-
Livingstone Coakley declared
yesterday at the opening of the
Science Exhibition at the A.F.
Adderley High School.
The science programme
presently in our schools
presents information in a
manner that is logical,
understandable and efficient,
he said. The programme also
fosters the abilities which are
necessary for scientific
thinking.
A science course is only
successful if the child develops
a true scientific attitude,
resulting in his reacting toward
his environment in distinct
ways totally different from
those of a child who has no
understanding of scientific
values, the Minister observed.
The Ministry of Education &
Culture hopes that the children
in our schools will develop a
scientific attitude which will
enable them to fully
participate in our changing
Bahamian society, he said.
In our newly emerging
nation, he said, there is an
urgent need to apply basic


vice-president of Canada's
Suntours, revealed last month
that charters accounted for 60
per cent of the 105,000
Canadian passengers brought to
the Bahamas in 1972
This percentage increased in
1973 and is continuing to
increase he said. "At a
conservative estimate therefore.,
we can assume that 1st year's
charter market from Canada
will have delivered some
88,000 passengers to the
Bahamas and is growing by the
year," he added.
The charter operator
emphasized however that
hotels designed especially for
ITCs would have 'to be built
and a wider range of facilites
provided to service this
specialized market.
There has been an overall
expansion of the Canadian
market. Canadian travel to the.
Bahamas rose over 20 per ceft
kat year an4d. how reptentln
8.76 pet cent of the visitor
total coming here.


i


,
4:.i ~ .

l" "" Sit


Develop scientific


attitude, says Coakley


scientific principles in this
world in which we live, for
science is reflected in all
aspects of living.
Once the students have
developed this attitude and
once they are able to apply the
basic scientific principle to our
Bahamian environment in such
areas as Agriculture,
Oceanography, and Marketing,
they will be able to produce,
the Minister said.
Once we are able to see our
students study and produce in
the areas of agriculture,
biology, geology, chemistry,
oceanography, photography,
medicine, electronics,
biochemistry, health and
sanitation, technology,
teaching, and physics, then we
will feel assured that the goals
of our science programme
would have been achieved, the
Minister concluded..
In declaring the exhibition
open yesterday, Finance
Minister A.D. Hanna stated
that the first exhibition in
1972 was a resounding success
and proved to be a rewarding
and exciting experience for the
15,000 persons who viewed it.
This second exhibition
shows evidence of our
students' scientific interest and


Although Americans
represent 84.04 per cent of the
visitor market, Canadians tend
to stay longer. Ministry of
Tourism statistics show that
Canadian visitors tend to stay
an average of 8.50 days
compared to 5.84 days for
Americans.
The Sonesta has been on the
market for some time, but
although negotiations have
been held with several groups
for sale or lease, nothing
concrete has yet marterialised.
Plagued with financial
difficulties from the start, the
400-room hotel has had at least
three managerial changes in as
many years.
The report of outgoing
General Bahamian Companies
chairman David A. Johnson
last year noted a "small
improvement" in the Soneta's
operating results for the first
fix months of that year.
G CIC is a 45 per cent
dareholder in Letiute Time
Ltd., owness of the So3 0. -


progress,*he said. The displays
produced and presented are
proof of the solidity and
progress being made in our
science laws.
Our students are developing
scientific attitudes and are
making successful attempts
to relate their scientific
learning to the rich physical,
social and economic
environment here in the
Bahamas, he declared.
Our environment has much
to offer to the scientific world
in which we live. Many projects
in scientific development and
research are now in progress in
the areas of agriculture,
fisheries, oil refining,
technology and conservation,
he stated.
What you Will see here today
are the results of the hard work
of science teachers and
students, and the continued
co-operation of industry,
commerce, scientific
organizations, as well as the
scientific side of the work done
by other ministries, he told
those present.
This is tangible evidence of
my Ministy's awareness of the
importance of science in our
continuing development and
the emphasis that must be
placed on the proper training
of our youth to serve as future
leaders in this all important
field, the Finance Minister
concluded.

Red Crom

seminar
THE BAHAMAS, branch of
the British Red Cross Society
will hold its fourth annual
seminar from May 8 10 as
part of "Red Cross Week."
The theme of the three-day
seminar, which will be held at
St. George's Hall, Montrose
Avenue, will be "Service and
Development."
A panel discussion at 7.30
-Wednesday evening will
highlight the event. Mr.
Franklin Wilson, M.P., will
speak on Alcoholism; Mrs.
Blyden on Retardation; Mrs. A.
Thomas on Deafnesshi; Mr. .
Black on the Physically
Handicapped; and Ml G.
Evans on Blindness.


C. A. V. GIRLIN


& other ORIlN.AL so

BAY TRUT@OAMA4O
I\lll: SWILL ST. rnotr "'Z4)4


I I


Librarian


gets her







lob badc


Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister A.D. Hanna
officially opened the Science Exhibition yesterday at the
A.F. Adderley High School, Harold Road. Left to right are:
Mr. Hanna; Set.- Doris Johnson; Education Minister
Livingstone Coakley and Mr. Crispin Benjamin, Under
Secretary at the Ministry of Education and Culture.
Below, a model of the BORCO oil refinery at the
exhibition. Looking on. centre, is Mr. Horace Wright. of the
Ministry of Education and Culture.


Sonesta Beach Hotel


sale talks 'collapse'


ll~mrr~


'


wi


0


m
























Mitterrand

and

D'Estaing

to fight

it out

PARIS French voters
yesterday sent Socialist leader
Francois Mitterrand and
Finance Minister Valery
Giscard d'Estaing into a runoff
election May 19 that will make
one of them President of
France.
Mitterrand won 9,348,907
votes, or 42.98 per cent of
valid ballots. Giscard d'Estaing
got 7,126,023 votes, or 32.94
per cent, while Gaultist
candidate Jacques Chaban-
Delmas won 3,223,660 votes,
or 14.89 per cent.
None reached the 50 per
cent plus required for a first
round win. As the two top
candidates. Mitterrand and
Giscard d'Estaing went through
to the decisive second round.
Both said they were
confident of victory, and the
Finance Minister was promised
support by Premier Pierre
Messmer and other Gaullist
chieftains.
Communist boss Georges
Marchais, whose party is
officially backing Mitterrand,
urged more support for the
Socialist leader. (AP)


MIN F
Athens 55
Rome 54
Paris 43
London 39
Berlin 41
Amsterdam 41
Brussels 39
Madrid 43
Moscow 41
Stockholm 36
NeW'York 39
San Frmncsco -'4
Los Angeles SS
Citthago 45
Miami 70
Tokyo 52
Hong Kong 79
Buenos Aires $2
Montreal 27
Honolulu 72
Toronto 37
Rio 64
Lisbon 50
Tehran 59
Seoul 46
Bangkok 84
Taipei 68
Vancouver 46


MAX
66 clear
57 rain
59 cloudy
52 cloudy
46 rain
55 cloudy
57 overcast
57 clear
57 clear
46 sunny
55 rain
54 Cler
68 CMlidy
63 cloudy
82 rain
66 clear
84 sunny
63 cloudy
48 clear
88 fair
48 rain
82 sunny
59 clear
75 cloudy
73 clear
93 sunny
77 rain
55 cloudy


Wilson steps in as Tom Jones is


barred from leaving enezuela


LONDON Prime Minister Harold
Wilson today instructed the British
Embassy in Caracas to help singing star
Tom Jones in his difficulties with
Venezuelan authorities.
The British singer was reported here to
have been ordered to stay in the South
American country for questioning about
a Venezuelan newsman's claim that he
had been struck and injured by one of
Jones aides.
The singers' manager cabled Wilson
Sunday asking his assistance in securing
Jones' release.


The Foreign Office in London
confirmed reports from Caracas that
Jones had been ordered to 'stay in the
Venezuelan capital pending an
appearance in court.
The court order was taken out against
Jones by a Venezuelan newsman who
claimed he was struck and injured by one
of the pop star's aides who later left the
country.
The cable to Wilson, sent by Jones'
manager, said: "Implore assistance of Her
Majesty's Government in seeking release


Ex-debutante held



after police




find paintings

DUBLIN -- A 33-year-old former debutante turned self-styled freedom fighter
was in custody here today after police found the 19 paintings stolen a week ago in
the world's largest art theft.
Police said Bridget Rose Dugdale, the daugther of an English millionaire insurance executive,
was arrested Saturday in a remote country cottage in southwest Ireland where police found the
__:- : ..-i..- at V in ;Illi: i


pad l aings valueU at over 0 l. I iiu IIon.


Trevor (glug) breaks

a teatime record


FASLANE BAY, Scotland
- Trevor Robinson
swallowed 100 cups of tea in
9 hours 56 minutes at the
weekend and claimed a world
record, adding: "I feel
terrible'.
Robinson, 37, a chief petty
officer stationed at a Royal
Navy submarine base on
Scotland's Gare Loch, was
unwell more than once before
completing the tea-drinking


marathon.
It was staged in aid of the
Scottish Spastics Appeal
Fund.
"I'm usually a 20 cups a
day man and setting this
record made me a bit sick
several times," Robinson said.
Each cup held one-third of a
pint of hot, milky tea.
The Guinness Book of
Records lists no previous
tea-downing mark. (AP)


Biggs stays in jail


as BrinM waits


BRASILIA Ronald Biggs
spent a quiet weekend in jail
on the final day of a 90-day
arrest order issued by the
Brazilian Minister of Justice.
But he did not go free and
Brazilian authorities took no
steps to ship him off to Britain,
where he was sentenced to 30
years for his part in the Great


DOGS!

OF ANY BREED
at
Nassaus Leading Pet Shop


NASSH GARDEN R I r SU iiES
MONTROSE AVENUE TELEPHONE 2-4259




TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

WORKS FOREMAN



A vacancy exists in the Public Works
Department for a Works Foreman on contract for a
tour of 24-36 months in the first instance.

The duties involve the supervision of minor
contracts and construction of buildings by direct
labour. Applicants should be competent tradesmen
with at least 3 years experience in a supervisory
capacity with a similar organization. The successful
applicant must expect to be stationed on any of
the islands where construction is in progress.

The salary scale is APT 4-5 U.S. $3,474 -
$4,974 and the entry point will depend on
qualifications and experience. There is no Income
Tax in the Turks and Caicos Islands. A Gratuity of
25'7 of salary is payable on completion of contract
together with paid leave at the rate of 21 to 30
working days for each complete year of service.

Accommodation with hard furnishings will be
provided including an electric refrigerator and gas
cooker. The officer will be required to pay 5% of
salary towards rental.

Applications giving full details of qualifications
and experience with two referees should be
mbmitted to the Chief Secretary, Government
Offices, Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos Islands, as
toon as possible.
- MM ---- ---.- -


1963 Train Robbery.
"Nothing new has happened,
and nothing has been signed,"
a spokesman for the Federal
Police Department said.
This indicated officials had
decided to give an unusual
British extradition request a
formal "no" reply sometime
soon and try other legal means
of getting custody of Biggs.
By law, Biggs could remain
in jail past Saturday only if the
extradition request way being
studied by Brazil.
Otherwise, a new arrest
order would have to be issued
for purposes of deportation or
expulsion and this was not
done.
Al though Britain has
requested extradition, two
factors work strongly against
it. Firstly, London and Brasilia
have no extradition treaty.
Secondly, in the absence of a
treaty Brazil only grants
extradition with a promise of
reciprocity from the interested
foreign country. Britain has
refused to do this. (AP)
Prison strike
A STRIKE of prison guards
in Brisbane, Australia spread
today from the city's
maximum security prison to a
psychiatric prison hospital and
a medium security jail.


A massive police search
continued for four men who
participated in the armed
robbery.
The paintings were stolen
April 26 from the sprawling
rural mansion of gold and
diamond magnate Sir Alfred
Beit.
The paintings which
include a Vermeer, a Goya, and
three Rubens were taken to
the Dublin police technical
bureau.
Superintendent Anthony
Mahon said they were all in
good shape, with only some
small scratches in the varnish
on one or two.
"I am absolutely delighted
at the recovery of the
paintings," Beit said. "I have
not seen them yet, but getting
them back was a great piece of
police work."
, Miss, Dugdale a Ph.d. an
former lecturer at 'Londo'Wr
University, was in the headlines
last Autumn when she was
convicted at Exeter, England,
for stealing $192,000 worth of
art works from her father's east
Devon Home.
She got a. two-year
suspended sentence
In February, British
authorities issued warrants for
Miss Dugdale's arrest in
connection with smuggling
arms and explosives to Ireland.
She was also sought for
questioning in connection with
a helicopter bombing attack last
January on a police barracks in
the northern Ireland border
town of Strabane.
Police officials credited two
local policemen with the break,
They said Sgt. Pat O'Leary and>
Constable William Creedoni
become suspicious when they
learned that the cottage in'
Clandore, County Cork, had'
been rented only two days
before the art robbery.
They called in help to stake
out the cottage and seized Miss
Dugdale when she arrived in a
car. Three paintings were
found in the cottage and the
rest in the trunk of the car,
police said.
The farmer who rented out
the cottage said he had thought
his tenants a man and a
woman who said they were
married were "a bit funny."


The singer called his
London office during the day
and was quoted as saying:
"I'm totally bewildered. It's
nothing to do with me. I've
read I am to appear in court
tomorrow but I've been told
nothing about it officially."
Jones said his baggage was
on the Miami plane, adding:
"All I have now are the

Late flash: Jones
allowed to leave. Flew to
Miami

clothes I stand up in."
Manuel Olalquiaga, a
newsman with the Caracas
daily "El Universal", claimed
the bodyguard, identified as
David Perry, struck him on
the head when the star flew
into this South American
capital Wednesday for a
three-day performance.
Perry reportedly left
Venezuela the next day, but
the newsman obtained the
court order against Jones as
his employer. (AP)


'5'1


TOM JONES
'Bewildered'


END FIGHTING,


GUERILLAS TOLD
LISBON -- Portugal's ruling military junta called on liberation
movements in its Black African colonies to give up their 13-year


war for independence Monday


Trial date
WASHINGTON- A July 15
trial date was set today for
Califorina Lt. Gov. Ed Reinecke
on perjury charges stemming
from the ITT case.
The action by U.S. District
Judge Barrington Parker
indicated the court will turn
down pending motions by
Reinecke to dismiss the
indictment or, failing that, to
move the trial to California.
Reinecke, a leading
contender for California's
Republican gubernatorial
nomination, was indicted by a
Watergate grand jury April 3
on three counts of lying before
a Senate committee. (AP)


and fight "democratically with
words".
The appeal was sounded by
junta member Gen. Francisco
da Costa Gomez in Angola.
But there was no sign the
guerrillas had responded as the
general hurried back to Lisbon.
"We are going to lay down
the weapons of war and use the
possibilities of the liberal
atmosphere under which we
are now living Portugal",
Gomes said before leaving
Luanda. (AP)



A FIRE swept through two
apartment houses in south
London today leaving six
people dead and ten others
injured. Three of the injured
are in serious condition. (AP)


EXPO

BOOS


of British citizens Tom Jones who has
been refused permission to leave
Venezuela because of an incident in
which he has no ii"t". ."'"
Members of Jones' staff in London said
the singer was about to board a plane
leaving Caracas for Miami when he was
turned back and escorted to his luxury
suite at a motel.
A spokesman at No. 10 Downing
Street said the cable from Jones' manager
would be shown to the Prime Minister
when he returns from a trip to Scotland.


The Tribune Monday, May 6, 1974


Kisinger

moves


NIXON
SPOKANE President
Nixon opened the EXPO '74
World's Fair on Saturday and
told a mostly friendly audience
that he is working for peace in
the world and better times at
home.
The appearance was part of
Nixon's current campaign to
take his Watergate case to the
country in a series of public
appearances.
There were scattered boos,
but most of the crowd was
cheering as Nixon dedicated
the fair to cooperation of
nations and salvation of the
world's environment.
.Sixty-two thousand
coloured balloons were
released as Nixon declared the
fair open, and 2,000 pigeons
were freed to swoop over the
crowd estimated by Expo
officials as many as 75,000.
The stage was jammed with
foreign dignitaries.
At the point when the
master of ceremonies asked
Nixon to "say the magic
words" to open Expo '74, the
next sound heard was a loud
boo.
The President delivered his
brief speech smilingly, taking
no apparent notice of the
hecklers.
Meanwhile, a crowd of
about 150 demonstrators
marched toward the Expo site
from a demonstration at the
U.S. courthouse. No arrests or
incidents were reported.
Nixon made no direct
reference to Watergate and his
domestic troubles. He spoke of
clean air and water, parks,
beautiful cities and
countryside, but said
environmentt also means other
things to people."
"It means, for example," he
said "for every family in
America a job so that he can
enjoy the environment around
him." (AP)


Calley: no more cuts


WASHINGTON President
Nixon has decided against,
further reducing Army Lt.
William L. Cally's 10-year
sentence for the massacre of
Vietnamese civilians at My Lai,
administration sources said.
However, Calley is expected
to remain free on bond until a
federal judge in Columbus, Ga.,
acts in a separate civil case
brought by Calley's lawyers in
an attempt to reverse his
court-martial conviction.
Even after being returned to
confinement, Calley would be
eligible for parole after less
than six months of additional
imprisonment.


FROST FREE
ON WHEELS
7 DAYV MEAT PAN


EQUIPPED WITH ICE MAKER
AVAILABLE IN COLOURS





FULL WARRANTY
AND ONLY 31" WIDE.


GEOFFREY JONES 6' CO., LTD.
AUTHORIZED SALES & SERVICE STATION F6R G.E. PRODUCTS
OUT ISLAND ORDERS ACCEPTED.


Meanwhile. the army was
reported prepared to dismiss
Calley from the service once
Nixon's action is official.

Sources said Nixon had
decided to go along with
Secretary of the Army Howard
H. Callaway's action on April
16 reducing Calley's prison
sentence from 20 to 10 years.
(AP)

Moshe's
memoirs
JERUSALEM Moshe
Dayan, Israel's Defence
Minister, has signed a $450,000
contract with a British
publishing firm for his
memoirs.
A spokesman for the
publisher, Weiderfeld and
Nicholson, confirmed the
contract had been signed but
would not comment on news
reports on the contract price.
(AP)


NOTICE


CAPABLE EXPERIENCED

PERSONNEL AVAILABLE

Pan American World Airways, Inc. regretfully
announces that reductions in flight schedules
between Nassau and the United States have
resulted in the termination of a number of loyal,
hardworking, highly qualified and experienced
Bahamitan employees n the following
classifications:


* ACCOUNTING

* CLERICAL

RESERVATIONS


* TARIFF

* TICKETING

SSECRETARIAL


Your enquiries for Interviews are earnestly
solicited. Please call Jim Blake at 2-3398.


* ,.


When it comes to insurance

is Dominion for Life


... in Nassau

call Nello Coerbell 2-3843



T"EDOMUMNLIFEASaANCCOMW W


into

round 3

JERUSALEM U.S.
Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger today flew to Israel
for his thrid round of urgent
negotiations in five days, trying
to end the 56-day-old war on
the Syrian front.

U.S. officials accompanying
Kissinger in Jordan said the
Secretary was optimistic about
an eventual disengagement
agreement, but Israeli
newspapers said the
negotiations had "lost their
impetus," and might stall in a
deadlock.
Flying a roundabout route
over the Red Sea, Kissinger's
U.S. Air Force plane came
from Amman where he held
talks with Jordan's King
Hussein. The Secretary made
no arrival statement at
Ben-Gurion airport, and
immediately joined foreign
Minister Abba Eban in a
bulletproof limousine for the.
matorcade to Jerusalem.

While Kissinger's plane was
still in the air, the military
command announced that'
fighting was continuing and
Israeli jets had bombed and
strafed Syrian targets southeast
of Quenitra, the abandoned
Golan Heights capital which
Syria is trying to regain in the
truce talks. Officials with
Kissinger said earlier that there
had been "a significant
reduction" in hostilities but an
Israeli spokesman said Syrian
artillery fire was unabated and
the fighting was "as bad as
every other day."

Kissinger was resuming
discussions with Premier Goldr
Meir and her key aides after
the Isareli government Sunday,
failed to decide on a
compromise to separate the
warring forces.


IOII


~I


- -










The Tribune.. -Monday, May 6,1974


IsI
Sparat1 and ,w apart

By ETIENNE DUPUCH'
IT WAS RECENTLY revealed that the Royal Bahamas Police
Force is seriously short of patrol cars ... and it appears that either
the government will not provide these cars or that funds in the
Treasury are so low that they are not in a position to do so.
This is a serious condition at this time when it is generally
recognized that crime in the islands is alarmingly on the
increase.
As a result of this announcement a committee has been formed
to raise by private subscription the money required to remove
this deficiency.
It is commendable that private citizens are prepared to
cooperate in the maintenance of law and order to the extent that
they are prepared to put up their own money for this purpose
But this is an unhealthy condition that should not be
encouraged and so I am not surprised that the Opposition lodged
a protest against this proposal. But I don't think they emphasized
sufficiently the real objection to such a movement.
The Opposition rightly pointed out that this was a
responsibility of the government and not that of private citizens.
They seemed concerned to emphasize that this was evidence that
the Public Treasury must be in an unhealthy condition.
But the most important point is that no public department -
and this is particularly true of the Judiciary and the Police -
should ever be placed under obligation to any individual or group
in a community. This is particularly true in a small nation like the
Bahamas.


British Justice became a legend throughout the world when
Britain presided over the greatest Empire in recorded history. The
practices and procedures still exist in most of Britain's former
colonies since the Empire has been dissolved but the standard has
been greatly watered down and in some places it has
completely disappeared.
The reason for this deterioration is not far to seek.
The British Colonial Service was unquestionably the finest
organization in human experience. It was composed of men and
women drawn from all parts of the Empire.
These public servants were highly developed men because
many of them gained experience over a wide area of activity in
different parts of the world.
But, with very rare exceptions, the Colonial Office filled top
posts in each community with men drawn from foreign fields.
And, again, with very few exceptions a man was seldom sent
back to a community from which he had been removed. As far as
I know, Sir Charles Dundas was the only case of an official
coming back to the Bahamas as Governor after he had been
promoted from the post of Colonial Secretary here, to a position
in Africa.
Britain correctly felt that officials should not occupy top
positions in a small community where they had relatives and
friends.
For this reason the positions of Governor, who was then the
Chief Executive Officer of the colony, Chief Justice and Attorney
General were always filled from the outside.
With very few exceptions the positions of Colonial Secretary
Receiver General and Treasurer and Commissioner of Police were
also filled by non-Bahamians. And most of our constables were
imported from neighboring West Indian islands.
l UTtil the recent appointment, of the'Hot. ULemarg lKfAiles a
Chief Justice the only case of a Bahamian being made Chief
Justice here was that of Sir Ormond Drimmie Malcolm who died
in Nassau around 1912.
This appointment ran into a snag when objections were raised
by the late Mr. W. E. S. Callender, a West Indian member of the
Bahamas Bar, against his son, the Hon. Harcourt Malcolm,
practising in his father's court.
It was thought that the Hon. Harcourt Malcolm might succeed
his father on the Supreme Court bench. This was Mr. Malcolm's
highest ambition but, despite a fine record of public service, the
Colonial Office refused to recognize his claims to that office.

I can remember the rigid code followed by Chief Justices who
sat on the Bahamas Bench. These men lived to themselves. Except
for strictly official occasions they seldom entered into social
activities. They set themselves up as an element in the community
that was separate and apart. They had few if any close
friends. And so, when they sat on the Bench it could not under
any circumstances be suggested that they were partial to anyone
in the administration of justice.
This was the strength of British administration throughout the
Empire. It was a system that was respected, admired and trusted
throughout the world.
The British Colonial Service had developed such a high code
that members of the Service were recognized as rare birds. It was
a disciplined Service and, as I have pointed out on more than one
occasion, discipline is the essence of all human freedoms. Without
discipline there can be no freedom. As a result bribery and
corruption seldom showed its ugly head.
This system was fair. Bahamians could not occupy certain
positions in these islands but everything was wide open to them
in other parts of the Empire.
As a result many Bahamians filled senior positions in the West
Indies, Africa, Ceylon and Hong Kong.

With the spread of independence throughout the former British
Empire an unhealthy spirit of nationalism has sprung up
everywhere. Just about every country has erected a barrier
around itself with a view to keeping everything for its own
nationals.
The result of this policy is that the local services especially in
a small community are restricted in their development and
painfully narrow in their outlook as compared to the old system.
*e* e* *e* .

The Tribune has always fought to keep the public service
divorced from, politics and private entanglements. The last
committee on which I served as a member of the House of
Assembly created the Public Service Commission so that the
service would be lifted out of political influence.
I think I was responsible tor influencing the committee to
create that Commission. At the time I was serving on a
parliamentary committee that sat with the Colonial Secretary on
the question of appointments and promotions in the Public

rj aw so many Injustices done under this arrangement that I
brought the situation to the attention of the House of Assembly
committee that had been appointed to study the Public Service
and make recommendations for its reorganization. This
committee also recommended the system of examinations and
incremental increases in salary that operated so successfully. Sir
Roland Symonette was chairman of the committee and he made a
firstclass report to the House.
S*************C
ashamianization of the Public Service has brought to the fore
some very good men but it has undoubtedly weakened the system
tihat anude the British Colonial Service a tower of strength in the

SAdso i t would be disastrous to encourage or permit any
do-e financial association of the police with any individual or


Present
EDITOR, The Tribune,
Reading your editorial in the
Tribune of April I Ith allow me
to correct a lapsus.
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
and his wife Sophie have beep
assassinated in Sarajevo on the
28th June 1914 i.e. in Bosnia
then a part of the
Austro-Hungarian Empire, and
not in Serbia. The assassination
was carried out by a group
known as the Young Bosnia
Movement advocating me
independence of Bosnia and
Herzegovina from Austria.
Gavrilo Princip an 18 year
old student killed the royal
couple. I happened to have
been about 200 yards away
from the spot waiting with my
parents to see the motorcade.
Austro-Hungary took the
incident as a pretext to move
against Serbia which involved
all Europe and the USA in war.
I want to take this
opportunity to tell you how I
enjoy reading your editorial


ever since I arrived here in
November 1952.
MLADEN M. JOJKITCH
April 12. 1974.
| You are absolutely
correct, sir. I think I should
point out, however, that the
plot originated in Serbia and
that is why Austria-Hungary
declared war on this tiny
nation to launch the first
world war.
[I hope that readers of this
letter have also read my
article on the "Production of
a Newspaper" in which I
showed how, despite all
efforts to be accurate, a
newspaper seems bound to
make an occasional mistake.
[Pulitzer was one of the
most famous of a group of
crusading editors in the
United States at the turn of
the century. Journalism in


the big cities of the world has
lost much of its flavour
because there seems to be no
crusading editors left
anywhere. The crusading
Tribune in the tiny Bahamas
is a rare thing in journalism
today.
[Pulitzer surrounded
himself with a battery of the
ablest men in the world. It
was said that any man who
worked for Pulitzer could fill
any job in the world. All an
applicant for a job had to give
as a reference was that he had
worked with Pulitizer and he
was hired. Today the Pulitzer
prize is the most coveted
award for journalists in the
U.S.
[In spite of all this ...
Pulitzer's newspaper made
mistakes. E. D.,
Contributing Editor. ]


A hazard to motorists


EDITOR, The Tribune,
Please allow me space in
your column to say a few
important facts.
I am a resident of Englerston
and I am quite sure there are
dozens of others who share the
same with me.
Swan Jitney Service is
located on Balfour Avenue and
Plam Beach Street, on the
north side of the street. They
also occupy the property on
the west side of Palm Beach
Street and Balfour Avenue.
Obviously, the properties are
too small to accommodate the


large buses resulting in them
being parked on the corners,
which is very dangerous for
motorists.
If one was travelling in his
car south on Palm Beach Street
from Wulff Road, at the
junction of Balfour Avenue he
has to thrust half of his car in
the middle of the street before
being able to see any traffic
approaching around the corner,
also you get the same if one
was travelling north on Palm
Beach Street, from Robinson
Road. There are t'vo buses


NASSAU LULLABY
Child ...... I see you coming out from behind faded pink colonial
walls.
And I feel for a moment the hurt of your generations
Do not lower yourself to beg a coin from an American
Do not improvise a native dance
Or recite the history of the crack in the sidewalk,
For I hear in your song the rattle of your great-grandfather's
chains.
No, Nassau child ....
Your pride is your universe which, one, five or thirty pieces of
silver cannot buy.
It is you who must grow, who must learn from the history of new
nations and old.
It is you who must build until your discarded shakles have rusted
away and you have forged your turquoise islands into a
bracelet which the world will wear and love.
(STEVE McCONNELL

(Steve McConnell is a married California teacher who visited
here recently).


By The Associated Press


TODAY is Monday, May 6th, the
126th day of 1974. There are 239
days left in the year.
HIGHLIGHTS in history on this
date:
1973 Mexico releases 30
prisoners and files them to Cuba, as
demanded by kidnapper of U.S.
Consul General in Guadalajara,
Terrance Leonhardy.
1972 Plane hijacker who
extorted $300,000 from Eastern
Airlines parachutes into Honduras
jungle after a stop-and-go flight that
began in Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
1968 Explosion followed by
fire destroys three tankers in
harbour at La Plata, Argentina.
1967 Reports from Mainland
China indicate new clashes between
Red Guards, army troops and
workers.
1964 South Africa passes the
Bantu laws amendment bill.
1962 Antonio Segni is elected
President of Italy.
1960 Princess Margaret of
England marries Antony Armstrong
Jones.
1952 Rajendra Prasad is
elected President of India.
1942 U.S. Filipino forces on
island of Corregidor in Manils Bay
surrender to Japanese.
1930 Japan recognizes China's
tariff autonomy.
1921 Germany and Russia sign
peace treaty.
1919 World War One peace
conference disposes of Germany's
colonies, assigning German East
Africa as British mandate and
German southwest Africa as South
Africa mandate.
1913 King Nicholas of


Montenegro yields Scutari to
central powers until Albanian
government is created.
1910 George V succeeds as
King of England on death of
Edward VII.
1891 Triple Alliance of
Germany, Austria and Italy is
renewed for 12 years.
1889 Eiffel Tower in Paris is
opened officially.
1882 U.S. bans Chinese
immigration for ten years.
1877 Britain sends Russia a
note warning it against attempted
blockade of Suez or occupation of
Egypt.
1839 British House of
Commons passes bill to suspend
Jamaican constitution after riots
due to emancipation of slaves.
1808 Charles IV of Spain and
Crown Prince Ferdinand renounce
throne.
1757 Frederick II Of Prussia
defeats Holy Roman Empire forces
at Prague.
1576 Fifth war of religion in
France ends by the Peace of
Monsieur.
1527 Troops under Charles,
Duke of Bourbon, mutiny, kill the
Duke and pillage Rome killing
about 4,000 inhabitants.
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS:
Sigmund Freud, Austrian
psychologist (1856-1946- Robert
E. Peary, U.S. explorer
(1856-1920); Rabindranath Tagore,
Indian poet (1861-1941); Orson
Welles, U.S. actor-director' (1915
THOUGHT FOR TODAY: "No
worse thief than a bad book" -
George Herbert, English clergyman
and poet (1593-1633).


body of men in the community.

FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: I feel that I should point out that
this system of patronage is at the root of all the troubles in the
U.S. today.
The practice of private enterprises subscribing to official
activities has become so widespread that the entire public service
in that country seems to be tainted.

There is such a startled awakening to this situation in the
nation today that there is a movement afoot to outlaw private
donations to the campaign fund of men running for public office.
Millions of dollars were collected for the Nixon presidential
campaign. This has caused such a scandal that it is now being
proposed that future presidential campaigns be financed from
public funds.
**eeee***
THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
Justice is truth in action. DISRAEL
****ee*e***.e
When constabulary duty's to be done,
The policeman's lot ts not a happy one. GILBERT


always parked on Balfour
Avenue west of Palm Beach
street for months that never
move.
There are numerous
accidents at that intersection
because of this blind situation,
complaints have been made to
Road Traffic repeatedly but
nothing has been done, I
myself have reported this to
the Road Traffic.
If the property is too small
for Swan Jitney business, why
don't the proper Authorities
make the owner re-locate his
business to a more appropriate
location (even though it is a
commercial area) or make
certain that the street corners
(Balfour Avenue and Palm
Beach Street, North and South
side) are left clear for
motorists, which is important
to avoid accidents.
Because Englerston is a poor
section of the Island does not
mean that law should not be
enforced the same as Eastern
Road, Bay Street, etc.
I hope the Authorities will
check into this.
ENGLERSTON RESIDENT


/BAHAMIAN'

LUMBER COMPANY

SWULFF ROAD


OPEN 'TIL SP.M.
MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY


What comes between


this


and this, in 6 seconds?


Just this,


LL aUT CIP
N u n Mr u
I" M** W


in the hands of an

intrepid fire fighter!


Two pairs of 10.00 20 tyres, as on
a large lorry, were drei .hed with
diesel oil, then with petrol, ignited,
and ... after a pre-burn of 2- minutes,
the fire was

EXTINGUISHED IN 6 SECONDS
*I 10 n. (2S4 mm) wide ty' to fit 20 In. (0 ,nm) e imwr e im..


.AA ~i~vt~


at assassination


J














PARAKEETS&SEED
lib., Slbs., SOlbs.

Forall your Bird Supplies
It's

NASSAU III NPIT SUPPLIES
MONTROSE AVENUE TELEPHONE 2-4259


The Tribune Monday, May 6, 1974


F DeofA. --





Squaring a circle


is not easy task

By Abigail Van Buren
DEAR ABBY: This is to inform your correspondent,
Barbara G. in Wilkes Barre, Pa., that she is not losing her
mind-she did read that it is possible to square a circle.
The mathematician who worked it out was Edward V.
Graef, and a technical paper explaining the method was
authored by him and V. C. Harris of San Diego State
College.
If one changes the rules slightly, he can trisect angles
and square circles. Using the kind of curve they do, they
are able to solve three ancient problems-[1] trisecting the
angle, [2] squaring the circle, and [3] duplicating the cube
-with just one method.
I hope this helps your correspondent. I enclose a copy of
the article, which was published five years ago in the
Pittsburgh Press.
HENRY G. GOULD: PROF. OF MATHEMATICS
W. VA. U., MORGANTOWN, W. VA.
DEAR PROFESSOR: Barbara will bless you tonight in
her prayers. Now, if anyone out there has a mathematical
problem, those with license numbers ending in an ODD
number please write to Professor Gould on Monday, Wed-
nesday and Friday. And those with EVEN numbers write
on the remaining days. Thanks, Henry, I needed you.

DEAR ABBY: Knowing that our cross isn't the heaviest
is small consolation. There are many of us, but those who
aren't in our positions rarely give us a second thought. We
are single fathers caring for small children.
The cost of day-care and maintenance of the households
we have put together in better days causes us to lead semi-
cloistered lives. If we should meet some attractive lady, we
can't ask to take her out to dinner and a movie because the
budget doesn't allow for that plus a sitter to stay with the
youngsters. An invitation to spend an evening at my home
is given awkwardly, and is sure to be misunderstood. No-
body is going to call me, and nobody is going to visit me,
so after the kiddies are in bed, I sit here wishing away the
best years of my life.
Can you put in a good word for us, Abby? I have a nice
little home, two pretty little kids, over 200 bottles of home-
made wine in the basement, and time on my hands. BILL
DEAR BILL: Haven't you ever heard of Parents Without
Partners? They are looking for men like you, so start
looking for them!

PEAR, ABBY: The U. S. Post Office is the most used, yet
thi least. understood& vice in this country'-A reader
wqpte,""'Here's how I skceeded in getting myp*ame off
junk mailing lists: I simply cross off my name and ad-
dress, and write 'REFUSED-RETURN TO SENDER' on
the envelope, then I drop it in the mailbox. It costs the
company money to receive this mail, so they quickly drop
my name from their list."
Abby, for heaven's sake, NO bulk mail is returned to the
sender unless it bears specific instructions, "RETURN RE-
QUESTED," or "ADDRESS CORRECTION REQUESTED,"
or "RETURN POSTAGE GUARANTEED."
All bulk mail which does not bear one of these instruc-
tions, is returned to the Post Office by the carrier, inspect-
ed by the supervisor, and then thrown in the trash. This
extra handling makes extra work for the mail handlers, for
which the public must pay!
Please print this, Abby. I've been employed at the Post
Office for 17 years and know whereof I speak.
HARLEY D. WHINERY, LYNWOOD, CALIF.
DEAR HARLEY: Of course I'll print your letter. It's the
least I can do for the U. S. Postal Department. They've
done so much for me.
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. 90069. Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope,
please.


NOW THRU THURSDAY
*Matinee 3:00 & 4:55, Evening 9:00-'Phone 2-1004, 2-1005




I 'IHEBLACK EYE" J I
Starring
FRED WILLIAMSON ROSEMARY FORSYTHE
S RI SI RVAIIONS NOT ('LAIMII) BY 8:45 WILL HBI SOLI)


Last Day Tuesday Last Day Tuesday
Matinee starts at 1:45 Continuous Showings
Evening 8:30 from 3:00
,"PAT GARRETT & BILLY THE DON IS DEAD" R.
THE KID" R. Anthony Quinn, U
James Coburn, Robert Forster
Jason Robards
PLUS PLUS
"THE MAN OUTSIDE" PG.
PLUS Late Feature "DEADWOOD 76" PG.
Ruesday night Arch Hall Jr.
No one under 18 admitted.
'Phone 2-2534 No on'ounder 18 admitted.



LAST DAY TUESDAY
Matinee Continuous from 1:45, Evening 8:30 'Phone 3-46661

o New Strokesl
New Tricksl





Sf ALRD LE. Teimlo,,
r 0 ,UCLE JQ^ n iM lKEMIE


School head helps The Music



Man hit the right note


by Daphne Wallace-Whitfield
EVERYONE says that the
wealth of the Bahamas is in its
people.
Everyone says that there are
vast sources of talent in the
young here.
Mr. Andrew Curry,
headmaster of Aquinas College,
directed the students of his
school and was the one-man
orchestra in their production
of "The Music Man" staged at
the Garfunkel Auditorium
Friday Saturday and Sunday.
I don't know whether Mr.
Curry says things like there are
vast untapped resources of
talent in the young of the
Bahamas. I do know, however,
that he is responsible for
tapping many of these sources.
Friday's opening night
performance showed an
extremely high degree of
co-ordinatioa among the cast
who moved as a team, no
doubt welded together by their
head m aster-director-orchestra.
Together with this
co-ordination was the obvious
enjoyment the cast showed in
their production which in turn
infected the audience.
The story takes place in
Iowa City in 1912 in which a
shyster salesman, "Professor"
Harold Hill, cons the
townspeople into paying him
in advance for musical
instruments and costumes on
the understanding that he will
teach the boys to play them
and form them into a band (a
feat .of which he is quite
incapable).
Unwittingly, he gives the
townspeople of Iowa City
something even more
important than a band. He
opens up their ornery
narrowmindedness to joy, gives
a potential delinquent boy a
socially beneficial purpose in
life, provokes the stuttering,
fatherless young brother of the
Librarian-Music teacher out of
his withdrawn state and brings
romance into the life of the
studious reserved Madame
Librarian 'herself who in turn,
-one is led to suppose, makes an
honest man of the "Professor."
."P Philip Burrows as
"Professor" Harold Hill
beautifully projects the
charming rogue and sings the
catchy tunes delightfully along
with some terrific dance
footwork.
The scene in the library in
which he is mercilessly
provoking the Librarian with
the scene ending with him
stuffing a marshmallow into
her mouth is especially
delightful with quick moving
action and Philip's rendition of
"I love you madly, madly,
Madame Librarian."
As the leading female part
Dorothy McCartney is
excellent as Marion Paroo. She
carries off the transformation
from responsible, intellectual
spinster to a woman in love
exquisitely believably.


M arental Glidausec
a Ill a *i't~wi n


an uncloying sweetness that
was moving to the most
unsentimental.
The audience tapped
infectiously with the catchy
"76 Trombones" and "Gary.
Indiana" sung enthusiastically
by the cast and played with a
flair by Mr. Curry who moved
from organ to piano with as
little effort, seemingly, as a
secretary moves from
telephone to typewriter.
The acoustics at the
Garfunkel Audigorium were
infuriatingly frustrating for the
audience who lost so much of
the clarity and volume of both
dialogue and song and, I should
imagine, heartbreaking for Mr.
Curry and his cast 'though I
doubt that the worst acoustics
in the world could obscure the
musical talent of Aquinas's
musician-headmaster.
The Mayor of Iowa City was
played by Aranha Smith in
whom I think I detected the
influence of the acting style of
Andrew Curry of the
University Players who
together with Andre Albury.
both ex-Aquinas students.
assisted by Mr. Curry with the
direction.
Sharon Maycock played a
superb Mayor's wife projecting
the switching of her position as
Mayor's wife, to one of the
gossiping townswomen and to
her enchantment with the
Music Man.
Winthrop, the young brother
of the librarian, played by
Michael Storr, again adapted
beautifully from his
changeover from a withdrawn.
introverted boy to a
delightfully enthusiastic
normal boy untroubled by his
speech impediment. Michael
appeared to revel in his
changeover and the audience
revelled in it with him.
The school board (Jeffrey
McLee, Samuel Heastie, Sidney
Simmons and Montagu collinss )
played their part in perfect
unison with delightful
transformations from
conscientious office holders to
joyful performers.
Ruis Gibson was a very
believable Tommy Djilas, tihe
boy from the wrong side of the
tracks, at a critical stage in his
development when he could
have become the delinquent
the respectable townspeople
had already decided that he
was or to become a forceful
constructive citizen the Music
Man was responsible for
putting him on this latter path.
It seems unfair to leave out
many of the cast for special
mention because they all
deserved it. The gossiping
ladies of Iowa City acted in
superb unison and co-
ordination.
The scenery and costumes
deserve special commendation.
"The Music Man" is a
worthy successor to
"Camelot". "Oliver". "My
Fair Lady", "You're a (;ood
Man, Charlie Brown". "West
Side Story" and a string of
other musical plays staged by
Aquinas College and directed
by Mr. Andrew Curry. now
Principal of the School.


TO The Adverse Claimants Cecelia Farquharson,
Victoria Elizabeth McLain, Evelyn Farquharson
and Roston Moss

The above-named adverse claimants are hereby
requested to file at the Supreme Court of the
Commonwealth of the Bahamas an Abstract of
Title in support of their claim and a plan showing
the portion of the area claimed by them before
June 3rd, 1974. If the said adverse claimants fail to
comply with this notice before that date the Court
will determine the issues in their absence.

HIGGS & JOHNSON
Attorneys for the Petitioner




THE FIRST STEP


That first step towards a college diploma is
the most difficult to take. But FinCo can
make it easier.

At o we can show you how to save.
Interest on ordinary savings accounts is 6V2
per cent, and even higher rates are
available on fixed deposit accounts for six
months or one year.

Come and talk to us at Trinity Place down
town, or at our branch on Robinson Road.

At FinCo we make that first step easy.


(You don't went the

Moneybug to eat up

your future, do you?l)


...1..... PINA.O PE0@"aMiRATIOmN
OP ANAMAI

TRINITY PLACE & ROBINSON ROAD
ThIe lhamms' Oldmt and g iRbt Sovia
and Leon Asseateaus
P.O. BOX NsW, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, RNON 124114
PA. OK XFP9 PREEPORT,ORAND BAHAMA, PHNIeI.M1*i

i nT Rm oy W s O5t .WPOwSoM


Tropical ^^
Exterminators

k^ e t Cnti oi










TheTribune-.. Monday, May 6, 1974
"-----------* ---- ----------------------------------------......-----................---------------------------------.. ...J


Ballet performance at the
International Hotel, next door
to El Casino and the
International Bazaar, on
Sunday at 1 p.m.
The noon arts and
handicraft exhibition at the
Goombay Park on Mondays.
Open-air theatre
performances that feature the
best films of Bahamian actors
Sidney Poitier and Calvin
Lochart will take place on
Wednesday from 9 to 11 a.m.
Calypso Night on
Thursday featuring top bands
playing lively calypso and
goombay music. Prizes will be
given to the best dancing
couple each week. The fun
starts at 10 p.m.
An established feature
returning to the Freeport scene
is concert performances by the
famous Royal Bahamas Police
Band, at Goombay Park each
Thursday at 8:30 p.m.
Native cuisine will be the
main feature of Bahama Night,
which will be celebrated each
Monday in Goombay Park


Goombay Park is focus


for Freeport's Goombay


FREEPORT Bahamas-
Goombay Summer has become
such a part of the lives of the
people of this resort in recent
yeats that tourism promoters
have this year named a
downtown area "Goombay
Park."
Goombay Park is a spacious
playground adjoining the
world-famous International
Bazaar and will be the site of
many happenings when
Goombay Summer opens on
June 1.
Goombay Park is within
walking distance of many of
Freeport's big hotels: the
King's Inn and Golf Club, the
International Hotel, the Indies
House, the Castaways. And it is
only a few minutes away by
taxi from other popular
Freeport resorts, including the
Lucayan Beach Hotel, Holiday
Inn and the Oceanus Hotels.
Bahamian folklore, which
played a vital part in the
success of last year's Goombay
Summer programme in
Freeport, is once again
expected to be one of the big
attractions.
The show will present scenes
depicting several eras in the
development of the fourth
largest island in Bahamas. They
will include the era of the
Lucayan Indians, the coming
of the Spanish Conquistadores,
the period of the pirates, The
Loyalists, the slaves, the
wrecking, fishing and
lumbering period of Grand
Bahama; the "boot-legging"
period at West End, and,
finally, the present day life of
Freeport with its dazzling
hotels and casinos.
This year's folklore show
will be staged on Tuesdays at 9
p.m. in the Independence
Room of the Holiday Inn.
New features to be
introduced during Festival '74
at Freeport include:
The Aquannettes Water

CROSSWORD
PUZZLE


ACROSS
1. Brthe
4. Bang
8. Hovel
11. Eggs
12. District
13. Dessert
14. Sea gull
15. Part
17. Raft
19. Anjou
20. Gershwin
22. Heavy nail
25. Copy
29. Hindu cymbals


"King Eric" Gibson and His
Knights will hold a fund-raising
event at his club, King &
Knights, West Bay Street, on
May 12 for the proposed
"Commonwealth School of
Music."
This will be the first of a
series of events planned to raise
money for the school, said
King Eric, and he thought the
next event will be held at
Ronnie's Rebel Room.
The proposed school has the
backing of the Musician's

EMIR ABA ASHN
S L AKE CBLE
ANAD1 H Y SON
LONE A U OP
D5~i PRY T E


30. Bravo -M U L
31. Legation P I LK MO
34. River in song RY A RA
37. Morindin dye PEAK IA L AG
38. Monitor lizard I C Y MO ERN
40.Lukewarm L.OOS UTA
44. Apartment L. L r s
house
47. Gone byEA S TE T
48. Clay SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
49. Epochal DOWN 4. Hunting
50. Mountain defile' expedition
51. Creek 1. Sepulcher 5. Make mistakes
52. Finished 2. Part of the eye 6. Cavort
53. Knack 3. Cry 7. Confronts
8. Alcohol
#4 !s 7 e 9 o10 9. Spanish uncle
S- 10. Hankering
V -,,3 16. Valve
--- - 18. Yellow ocher
S21. King topper
19 23. Dutch cupboard
24. City in
Z- 22 23 24 Minnesota
25. Kiwi
28 29 26. Brownie
27. Garden flower
S3 33 28. Chalice
-33 32. Fight
36 333. Stout
- 35. Crude metal
S39 4 136. Nominated
- T7 39. Pianist Peter
41. Spotted cavy
42.Stravinski
43. Fool
5 s 44.Oriental lute
45. High priest
AP Newsfefatures 5-7 46. Girl's nickname


Feel fit

with


DOAWS

Give yourself happy relief from
backache, rheumatic pains, stiff
aching muscles or the common
urinary disorders due to
sluggish kidney :"
action. Take Doans ..
K & B pills to keep Doad
you feeling fit and gidel d
active. pills



DON'AN' PILLS

at chemists and stores.
Thompson Dru ted b tr N .
Thompson Drug Co Ltd. Box W@7, Centreville, NaMSu.


beginning at eight.
The fashion show
featuring the island's pretty
girls in the latest attire will be
back again this year.
Another Freeport Goombay
Summer event will be the
Shopper's Mall. This event is
returning and will take place
each Thursday from 9 a.m. to 6
p.m. in the International
Bazaar and Churchill Square.
Bargain goods will be on sale.
additionall Feeport
attractions are: "Attend the
Church of Your Choice"
services on Sundays from 9
s.m. to noon; Goombay Tennis
Matches at the Lucayan Bath
and Racquet Club; the
fortnightly, nine-hole Golf
Amateur Tournament at
Bahama Reef and Country
Club and the Goombay Beach
Party in the Lucayan Beach
area each Sunday.
Goombay Summer begins in
Freeport and the outlying
settlements of Grand Bahama
on June 1 and ends on August


for


you


NATIONAL MUSIC SCHOOL


PROPOSED BY UNIONISTS


Union. Personalities supporting
the venture include himself,
Duke Errol, Chris Fox, Ronnie
Butler, Duke Hanna, Al Collie,
and Washington Collie it was
learned.
They will definitely need the
help of the "old faces." such as
Freddie Munnings, George
Moxey and Charles Carey, and
the fact that they have already
made their contribution, and
are still willing to help should
give the newer faces the
incentive to do more, said King
Eric.
Freddie Munnings, along
with some of the other
musicians, used to train people
during the Cat & Fiddle days,
but that training programme
lost momentum, and King Eric
Shid, he and the others are now
trying to pick it up again.
The proposed school with be
open from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
and they are hoping to have
many full-time teachers, some
of whom will probably have to
come from abroad. One of the
problems of the old school, he
said, was that all the teachers
were from the union, and all of
them worked at night, so the
school had to accept their
hours.
Music is an industry all over
the worldJ, he noted, and he


New disc

by King

& Knights
"King Eric" Gibson has
announced the recording of his
group's new L.P., "King Eric
and His Knights Live at the
King & Knights Club," his
tenth L.P. and his sixth with
Elite Recording Studio.
This is the first album with
his present group, he said.
There are also King Eric and
His Knights T-Shirts on sale at


most major stores to coincide
with the celebration of his
club's first anniversary.
He also announced that
Elite, which he owns, has a
completely new and better
sound since they now have an
engineer from England, Allen
Mottershaw. Mr. Mottershaw is
a recording and electrical
engineer, he said.
There were many complaints
about the studio, which is why
many of the Bahamian artists
went to Miami to record; but
he said they are now pleased
with Elite and are attracted to
the new sound. Already some
of them are not going to Miami
any more, he said.
Elite now has only a 6-track
recording system, but they
are working towards having a
16 to 24-track in the next
three months. He said they
eventually want to attract the
"big artists" from all over the
world.
He noted that Jamaica is
now a "prestigious" recording
spot and is now rated No. 3 in
the world. He feels that the
Bahamas has the potential to
be the No. I spot in the world.

SHIPPING
ARRIVED TODAY: Joma
from Jacksonville; Tropic Flyer
from West Pim Beach
SAILED TODAY: Joma for
Jacksonville; Tropic Flyer for
West Palm Beach.


Summer


Be a BIG WINNER...Enter the




(B^^^^^BTilor^^flll lipg-m












0___ The Tribune Monday, May 6, 1974



C | ^^^^^^IhlE ^B ^^ E ^^-^T I O^ Iu1 CLASSIFIED ADVS. BRING RESLTS-FAST

CLASSIFIED SEC TION TO PLACE YOUR ADV TELEPHONE


REAL ESTATE FOR RENT FOR SALE [ lKt ENTERTAINMENT TRADE SERVICES TRADE SERVICES II HELP WANTED


C14320
Large lot Adelaide Beach.
Phone 41298 day or nite
C14414
HARMONY HILL -- have
house with unusually large
rooms, separate dining and
sitting, patio, enclosed
grounds, car porte neatly
kept rental established.
Asking $48,000.00. Rental
income $6,600.00. See Dial
'033, 41197.
C14399
HOME Prospect Ridge on Golf
Course. Nearly 2 acres. 2
storey. 31/2 bedrooms, 3
bathrooms, large living and
dining room, enclosed patio,
enclosed porch, 2 large paved
terraces. Great for entertaining
large numbers. Maid's quarters.
Own well water. Reduced to
$115,000 firm unfurnished.
Telephone: 2-4148 or 2-3027
Morley & O'Brien Real Estate
(BREA Brokers).

C14415
41,000 sq. feet (400 by 110)
MAIN road Prince Charles at
Entrance of SEABREEZE. Was
$45,000.00 reduced to
$30,000.00. Dial Damianos
22033, 41197.

C14471
ATTRACTIVE Fully
furnished, three bedroom, two
bath home in large landscaped
lot in Buen Retiro. 75%
mortgage available. Phone
5-3177 (evenings).

C14470
CLEARED corner lot in
Highland Park 150' x 110'
$10,000 value for only $8,500.
Phone 28293 34527.
C14497
EAST BAY STREET ON THE
HARBOUR Four-bedroom
house in excellent condition.
Own dock. Great buy for the
yachtsman. $250,000.00.
H. G. CHRISTIE LTD. Phone
21041/2/3/4.
C14340
PREFER TO BUILD YOUR
OWN HOUSE?
YAMACRAW BEACH
ESTATES is ready
$75 down. Easy terms. No
interest.
Beach rights.
Tel. 41141 or 24148 or 2-3027
Morley & O'Brien Real Estate
(BREA Brokers)
C 14506
LYFORD CAY. Unique
opportunity to obtain house of
outstanding charm in attractive
position at moderate price for
quick sale. Three Bedrooms, all
with bath. Large Living Room,
Two Patios. Completely
equipped and furnished.
Telephone 7-4313.

FOR SALE OR RENT
C 14496
EXECUTIVE HOUSES
PRICES ON APPLICATION
CASCADILLA Beautiful old
Bahamian house in town
surrounded by two acres of
grounds and gardens. Three
bedrooms, three baths in main
house plus two-bedroom guest
cottage. Large living room,
dining room and patio for
entertaining. Fully furnished.
VILLAGE ROAD AREA
Large comfortable family
house with four bedrooms, 3
baths, walled-in garden and its
own water supply. Available
June 1st.
H. G. CHRISTIE LTD. Phone
21041/2/3/4.



C14483
2 BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment Centreville $200
month. Unfurnished apartment
Clifton Street. $200 month.
Phone 5-6963.
C14345
TWO, Furnished and
airconditioned, 1-bedroom
apartments, Contreville, Ring
5-8679, ask for Mr. Pritchard.
C14478
NASSAU HILLCREST
TOWERS
Swimming pool, sun terrace
1 bedroom, 2 bedroom, 3
bedroom apartments.
Contact 7-8421 or 2. Evenings
7.7065.


C14386
SHOPS AND OFFICES
FOR RENT
Modern airconditioned office
and store space available in
busy shopping area, telephone
and ample parking. Rental fees
will appeal to the businessman
with a future. Phone 41301.
C14407
SHOPS AND OFFICES FOR
RENT
Modern airconditioned office
and store space available in
busy shopping area, telephone
and ample parking. Rental fees
will appeal to the businessman
with a future. Phone 41301.


C14355
COTTAGES and apartments
monthly airconditioned,
fully furnished, maid service
avaable. Lovely garden and
swimming pool. Telephone
31297,31093.,


C143P1
APARTMENT for rent
Richville E[state, $145.00 per
month, phone 3-5930.

C14493
LARGE STORE, Warehouse
and parking lot in Palmdale.
Tel. 23819.
C 14503 .3
A TRACK TIVE, fully
furnished, 2 bedroom
airconditioned apartment off
Collins Avenue, telephone,,
private yard. $250 per month.
"hone Stainton 2r8421 or
4 2143.


C14476
NEW Iluxol inous 2 bedroom
apai tment fully furnished,
mragnrif(ient views. Wintonr
Highway. Phone 2 1631.

CARS FOR SALE
C14480
DODGE 2 door hardtop, radio
A.T. low mileage. Excellent
condition. Must sell. Asking
$4400. Call 24173 between 8
and 5 p.m., ask for Mike.
C14354
1972 VOLKS.' ,-,.N 1300
Sedans excellent con-
dition, radio. W/W tyres,
low mileage. Finarne and
insuIra Ie available. Call
36611 2 34.
C14411
MOTOR CEN TRE LII)
THOMPSON BOULEVARD
PHIONF 56739
AT MOTOR CENTRE WE
HAVE THE USED CAR FOR
YOU
1914 DODGE CHALLENGER
Brown with white vinyl top &
Whito li,,n. \Air Cond, Radio,
Power Stoe r'q, Powe i3r ake,
Mag Wheels & .ide oval tyres
AT ONLY '% }) L$,2Q50.00

1973 DATSUN 240Z LIME
GREFN WITH iA.i\(K i RIM.
Reclininr g Bu.ket Seats,
Autornati C n-c-Isol Shift,
Radio, l 1 i-,. Radial vies. AT.
ONLY 1~$ aLL'.00.0O
1973 DODGE DART WllITE
WITH ILA .K VINYL TOP.
Radio), Air Condition,
Automatic Trarn mission,
Power Steering. W'W Tyres.
AT ONLY i'tIausi $4400.00
1973 PONTIAC VENTURA II
GREEN & WHITE Automatic
Trans. Power Steerinr, W/W
Tyres. Power Brakes, AT
n NI Y 'q:1 O $3 0,()() 00
1972 CHEVY VEGA GREY
WITH BLACK TRIMvl Radio,
W/W iie',, Ao .u;- ,h Trans.
AT ONLY V $Saft)E *-2b00OO.00
1972 PONTIAC VENTURA II
BROWN ','1I TIt IL ACK TRIM.
Air Cond P. ,.-," Steering,'
Powet HI,'/-. ,dlio, W/W
Tyres A! O(LiL 54.00O
$33 )( ) 0n
1972 TRIUMPH 2500 P.I.
WI-TI Wl Ill H LUL TRIM. R.
H. D. Radio, 4 Sneed Standard
Trans, W W Tyres AT ONLY

172 '//W 1300 BUG RED
WAITHf WIITE TRIM Radio,
Staind.d lians. WAW Tvres.
AT ONLY $.=ft30 $2'000.00
1971 A. M. C. JAVELIN SST
WHITE WV IIH [I-ACK TRIM.
Autonimat Tiarls. Radio.
Power Siteming. Tape Console,
Shift inu.ket Sc ats AT ONI Y

1971 MINI CLUBMAN
ESTATE IL 1f WITH BLUE
TRIM Antiomatit Irans, W/W
Tyres. A[ ')'ii V aa 0P
$1 20) 00
1970 HILLMAi, HUNTER
GOLD WITH BLACK TRIM.
Automatic( Tlans AT ONLY

1970 V/W 1300 BUG BLUE
WIlt R[ 1 liM. AT ONLY
$S-Af:4 )() $1 3')O.0
19O9 CHEVY IMPALA
GREEN WIT! BLACK VINYL
TOP & i L A'CK TRIM 6
C yl I nder, Radio, Powet
Steering, Power Brake AT
ONLY lW4;t4(0 11850 00
1969 V/W 1300 BUG BLUE
WIt H RE)D TRIM AT ONLY
f-80k00 .112')0.00
1969 MERCURY COUGAR
BLUE WIl l tI WHIt F RIM.
Automn a I 1 tans, Radio, Air
Conid. Poweni Stee ing, Power
Brake, W/W Tyres. AT ONLY
$ ..18.4)r) $1 baO 110
1969 FORD MUSTANG RED
WITH I BLACK TRIM. Radio,
Automatic Trans, W/W Tyres,
Power Steerinq, Power Brake.
AT ONLY $438-00 $1200.00
1969 CADILLAC
FLEETWOOD BLACK WITH
BLACK TRIM. Air Condi
Radio, Power Brake, Power
Steering, Automatic Trans,
W/W Tyres, Power Windows &
Power Lock. AT ONLY
$at .00 $2490.00
THIS WEEK SPECIAL


1969 DODGE DART
9S9SO.00 $1950.00
1968 SUNBEAN RAPIER
$ AlQ,00 $1060.00
FINANCING G AVAIl ARI B


C14338
SPECIAL SALE
on
WEDDING GOWNS
FROM $75 AND UP.
THE YOUNG MISS
Market Street near
Bay. Phone 2-3365.

C1440T'
1969 Volkswagen automatic
-- perfect condition.
Admir-l 19" with stand 2
months old. $225.00. Call
78048.

C14465
SPECIAL SALE
DOUBLE KNIT POLYESTER
50 different colours
k4.50 per yard
THE YOUNG MISS,.
Market Street near Bay.
Telephone 23365


C14479
PENTAX FI.4 Lens strobe
flash. Excellent condition.
Must sell. Call 24173, ask for
Chuck.

C14481
METAL detector non-porous
and ore detecting meters.
Deluxe Model. Two heads
included for coin and treasure
detecting. Call between 8-5
p.m. 2-4173, ask for Mike.

C 14464
SPECIAL SALE
WEDDING GOWN, complete
with plastic covering, and
including:- Headpiece (50
styles to choose from), veil,
formal slip, long line bra,
girdle, bridal garter, bouquet of
flowers, panty hose or stay up
stockings and a pair of shoes.
ALL FOR ONLY $175
New arrival of bridesmaids
material starting at $3.50 per
yard.
We sew bridesmaids gowns for
$25.00
THE YOUNG MISS, Market
Street near Bay. Telephone
2-3365.
C 14484
Honda 175 Trail $650. Phone
7-8231 Ext. 7073 ask for
Winston.

C14499
OWNER LEAVING ISLAND
house full of furniture like new
Phone 3-5729 9 a.m. 5
p.m.

C14500
EXCLUSIVE European
designers fur coat fit sizes 12
to 16. Worn once. Can be
converted into jacket at will.
For sale at reasonable price.
Call 3-4240.

L CRAFT SUPPLIES |
C14357
NOW in stock at Bahamian
Paint Supply, Bay Street:-
Decoupage
Clear Cast
Candle Craft
Tissue Craft
Phone 2-2386, 2-2898.


MARINE SUPPUES '
C11894
1969 31 ft. CHRIS-CRAFT
Commander. Sleeps six, private
shower, two 230 h.p. engines
with less than 200 hours
Kitchenette, good condition
Call 24267, 54011.

C14477
BOAT FOR SALE, 20 ft with
ship to shore, 70 H.P. motor
with auxiliary motor. Must sell,
asking $3,900. See at Shell
Dock, East Bay or call 24173
between 8-5 p.m.

C14504
18 ft. fibreglass cabin cruiser
with 110 h.p. inboard/out-
board Volvo. $2500. or nearest
offer. Must sell. Owner leaving
island. Phone 2-4212 Donald
Russell.

CARD OF THANKS
C14501


THE FAMILY of the late Mrs.
Ivv Leary of Rock Sound,
Eleuthera would like to thank
everyone who sent cards,
telegrams, flowers, messages of
condolences and their kind
expressions of sympathy in their
recent bereavement. Special
thanks to Dr. Haynes, Dr.
Roberts, and Sisters and Nurses
of the Female Ward of the
Princess Margaret Hospital, also
thanks to Canon Frederick
Guild and Dr. Corpuz of Rock
Sound, Miss Lavina Sands of
Palmetto Point. The Brass
Bands from Rock Sound and
Palmetto Point.
THE FAMILY


i -----------------


C 14490
THE FOLLOWING LOT
OWNERS AT YAMACRAW
BEACH ESTATES ARE IN
ARREARS OF PAYMENT
AND UNLESS A
SUBSTANTIAL PAYMENT IS
MADE WITHIN 14 DAYS
THE AGREEMENT WILL BE
TERMINATED AND THE
LOT RE-SOLD:-
LOT NUMBER NAME
22 Maria Curtis for Caylene
Rolle


54

57
76
208
234
364
426
448


Agnes Price & Maltina
Store
Larry Allen
Bernard Albury Inagua
Hazel Rutherford
Coral Mcintosh
William Lockhart
Edgar Ferguson
Anthony Roberts


C14491
THE FOLLOWING LOT
OWNERS AT GLENISTON
GARDENS ESTATE ARE IN
ARREARS OF PAYMENT
AND UNLESS A
SUBSTANTIAL PAYMENT IS
MADE WITHIN THE NEXT 8
DAYS THE AGREEMENT
WILL BE TERMINATED AND
THE LOT RE-SOLD:-
Lot Block Name
30 8 Stanford Clarke
29 15 George Clarke
4 29 Wilton Beach
C 14402
UNION NOTICE
THE ANNUAL GENERAL
MEETING OF THE
BAHAMAS HOTEL &
CATERING WORKERS
UNION WILL BE HELD ON
SUNDAY MAY 26. 1974 AT
TAXICO UNION HALL,
WULFF ROAD AT 9:00 P.M.
ONLY FINANCIAL
MEMBERS WILL BE
ALLOWED TO TAKE PART
SIGNED: BOBBY GLINTON
GENERAL SECRETARY

ANNOUNCEMENTS
C 14422
COMMERCIAL
PAPER HOUSE
Has a variety of Wedding
announcement cards in stock.
Select yours now for your big
day.
5th Terrace Centreville
Phone 59731 Box N-7679.:-
C 14063
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

ENTERTAINMENT
C 14489
THE NASSAU AMATEUR
OPERATIC SOCIETY
will present


"VIVA MEXICO
AT
THE DUNDAS CIVIC
CENTRE
May 11th to 18th -excluding
Sunday
Curtain time is 8:30 p.m. every
performance


The Box Office is now open at
the Maura Lumber Company
Bay Street, telephone 24001
for reservations.

C 14467
THE NASSAU PLAYERS
present
A COMEDY BY NEIL SIMON




9s 1AS


May 6th to 11th
Governor's Hall
Sheraton British Colonial Hotel
8:30 o.m.
Box office at The Trade Winds
Liquor Store
on Bay Street, 2-2431


-! I ------- ,.------. I-------
C14336 C14353 C14358 C15125
SBeaETTLER'S PUB & INNreet SEWING MACHINE PARTS PASTRY CHEF: To supervise
Beaumont Arcade, Bay Street Pr-ladet IAND REPAIRS and direct sweet good
Telephone 5-9739. re"-sg Ltd. ISLAND FURNITURE Department of commercial
TWO BANDS NIGHTLY Mackey Street COMPANY bakery.
Mackey Street At least three years previous
The Nassauvians & Roosevelt Avenue P. 0. Box N4818, Nassau m experience in a similar
The Electric Circle NASSAU BAHAMAS Dowdeswell and Christie operation. Must have Master
OPENTILL 4:00 a.m. P. 0. Box N3714 Streets Certificate. Bahamian only,
OPEN TILL 4:00a.m. IATA CARGO AGENTS Telephone 21197, 23152. need apply: Grand Bahama
k I CUSTOMS CLEARANCE m Bakery Ltd., P. O. Box F-797,
SCHOOLS & DELIVERY C14400 Freeport, G.B.
C14356MOVING, STORAGE LANDSCAPING and for all Freeport, G.B.
C14356 & PACKING your gardening needs, C14397
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL STEEL BANDING trimming, hedging, pruning and JOB TITLE INDUSTRIAL
& SHIPPING' tree felling. Call 5-7810. ELECTRICIANS
Learn to drive with confidence. HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING LAWNS AND HEDGES. Minimum Education -- Good
Phone 59805 between 7 and FORK LIFT RENTAL C14374 basic education.
8:30 a.m. or after 6 p.m. or MECHANICAL HANDLING SOUTHERN PAINTING Minimum Experience 5 years
35084 anytime. EQUIPMENT SOUTHERN PAINTING experience, preferably in
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS SERVICE cement plant or similar
C14406 EXCELLENT SERVICE Specialising in spraying house .industry.
PIANO & VOICE LESSONS. REASONABLE RATES roofs, furniture, stipple Duties/Responsibilities
New York Trained: Sing :ONTACT LYMAN PINDER finishings, appliances. Inspect, repair, install and wire
with the ease of talking. OR JACK CASH Telephone 5-1919 (days) all electrical apparatus, devices
Adults, you can learn to play Phone: 2-3795, 2-3796 3-6700 (nights). and circuits of any voltage in
the piano in easy lessons. Call 2-3797, 22798 cement plant or assigned area.
2-1300. A t 7-7434 C14351 Interested applicants contact
-1300.FRE_ _AiMpr tiP 7ATES T. V. ANTENNAS Personnel Department, Bahama
FREE ESTIMATES Boosters for homes Cement Company, P. 0. Box
WANTED c 14344 apartments and hotels F-100, Freeport, Grand
MASTER TECHNICIANS SALESANDSERVICES Bahama.
C14420 LTD., Mackey Street, your Call 5-9404 Bhm a
W A N T E D U S E D Whirlpool distributor offers WORLD OF MUSIC IC15133
REFRIGERATORS, GOOD refrigerators, washers, dryers, Mackey Street CONTROLLER required for
CONDITION, NEEDED IN A compactors, freezers, ice Next to Frank's Place international commercial
HURRY. PLEASE CALL makers, air conditioners and TRADE SERVICES group. Chartered Accountant
3-1881. garbage disposers. With full 14423 with ten years experience to be
warranty on every home WINDOW & DOOR directly responsible to the
HIELP WANTED app'iance we sell. Service done SPECIALISTS o Chairman for the entire
by factory trained mechanics. SPECIALISTS ll tp of accounting function, and for
C-14408 Telephone 23713, 5-9322. Repairs on all types of o rendering advice to an
C14408 aluminium windows and doors. I international clientele..
WANTED. Certified NAUI & Phone 54460, 23723.
PADI Scuba Instructor to take -- --- -Qualified Bahamians are
over position of Director of G R A N D A H A M A 'invited to submit written
Water Sports andi G R A N D flU AE1 Ilapplications to the Chairman,
comprise of: Administration of 'Box F-456, Freeport, Grand
all water sports programmes, Ix Bahama, Bahamas.
holding beginners and Bahama Bahamas.
advanced scuba courses,_______
directing and actively- I -- -- C14494
supervising all maintenance. I HELP WANTED HELP WANTED I SYNTEX CORPORATION
German language preferred. I HAS THE FOLLOWING
Write: Stella Maris Marina & C14395 C15132 VACANCIES
Yacht Club, Pand. b. Stela Mas, Title GENERAL Job Title STRUCTURAL COST oACCO UNTANTiedCost
Long Island. PrEEoRECTOR Mfessionally qualified Cost
LongIsdMinimum Education Good STEEL ERECTOR Minimum Accountant (preferably
C14272 basic education. Educa tion Q- Good basic A.C.W.A.) The successful
STUDENTS 15 to 17 years old Minimum Experience 5-10 education. Qualified in steelapplicant will report to the
with artistic ability needed for lIvears. Minimum Exrien Controller. He will be
summer job employment. Duties/Responsibilities Meinimum Expert ie nsice il responsible for all the
References from art teacher Inspects, repairs, replaces, : ,o nsruo m Division's costing requirements
required. Call 5-1347 after 6 installs, adjusts, and maintains erection dng mduratins luditerpretation preparation and
p.m. for interview., all mechanical equipment in a buildings and equimes int eretation of period
---cement manufacturing plant. cement plant. Interested o management information, cost
C14468 Interested applicants contact Applicant Contact: Personnel reduction and fixed asset data.
ENGINEER required with Personnel Department, Bahama Department, Bahama ement Previous experience in
Bachelor of Science in Cement Company, P... OBox Company, P. 0. Box F-100 Budgetary control and
electrical or mechanical F-100, Freeport, Grand eort, Grand Bahama Standard Costing obtained in
engineering or equivalent with Bahama. an industrial environment is
at east 5 years practical essential.
experience. Please call 3-6211. A ., CHEMICAL OPERATOR

C14339 Applicant must have 2-5 years
PHOTOGRAPHIC and experience in batch chemical
Lithographic Technical BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL processing producing fine
Consultant. Apply in writing to organic chemicals.
P. 0. Box N-226, Nassau, Applicants should apply in
Bahamas. I! person to Syntex Corporation,
|West Sunrise Highway or write
C14469 a T to P. O. Box F-2430.,
The services are required of a Save Time ort s.


gardener and handyman who is
knowledgeable at cleaning and
chemically treating swimming
pools. Services required for
half-days only, Monday
through Saturday. Bahamians
only need apply. Applicants
may phone 2-1071, between
the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.

C 14488
GIRL fRIDAY. Must be able
to type and drive. Must be
alive, enthusiastic and
Versatile.
Apply Adv. C14488, c/o The
Tribune, P. 0. Box N3207,
Nassau.

C14498
ATTRACTIVE WAITRESSES
required for nightclub on
Paradise Island. All interested,
please contact P.I.L Personnel
Department, Britannia Beach
Hotel. Phone 55441.

C 14487
WANTED: Journeyman for
Shoe Repair Shop. References
required. Contact Telephone
3-5435.

C14592
TOP Flight Telephonist/Recep-
tionist required for Bahamian
company. Reply in writing to:
Adv. C14502, c/o The Tribune,
P. 0. Box N-3207. Nassau.


C 14505
ONE HANDYMAN needed to
live in for general cleaning.
$35.00 weekly. Honest and
reliable. Bring police
certificate. Phone 41530 ask
for Mr. Storr.

WANTS TO RENT

C14384
ENGLISH family requires
three bedroom house.
Preferably unfurnished or
partly furnished. Call 31651.


C14361
TUITION
THE RAPID RESULTS
COLLEGE. World-famous
postal tuition for the GCE,
School Cert. an
Accountancy. Banking. law
Marketing, Company
Secretaryship Examinations
For details of our specialised
courses write for Free copy
of YOUR CAREER to The
Rapid Results College
Department. TNI Tuition
House London SW19 4DS.


SHOPE^^
my



b lit I ti ll Ict CIII21 6EXT. 5

I l[N hriIWIi 'l 2 li[ PrNiMti F


> SAVE'IIE SAVE MHIY B<


__ __ __ Ii


ANTENNAS
Island TV 2-2618
AUTOMOTIVE
Lucas Batteries
Bay Street Garage 2-2434

BOOKSTORE
The Christian Book
Shop 5-8744

BUSINESS FORMS
Executive
Printers 2-4267/54011

CABINET MAKERS
Commonwealth
Furniture 31120

CAMERAS
John Bull 2-4252/3

ENTERTAINMENT
Movies
Film & Equip. Service 2-2! 57
GARDEN & PET
SUPPLIES
Modernistic Garden
Pet 2-2868
Madeira Shopping Plaza
Nassau Garden & Pet
Montrose Avenue 2-4259
HARDWARE
John S. Geroge 2-8421/6

HOUSE PLANS
Evangelos G. Zervos 2-4128


LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING
New Oriental
Laundry 2-4406
MEN'S WEAR
Fashionette Ltd. 2-2376/7

OPTICIANS
Optical Service
Ltd. 2-3910/1

PAPER
Commercial Paper
House 5-9731

PRINTING
Wong's Printing 54506

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

SPORTS GOODS
Champion Sport Land
2-1862

TRAVEL
Playtours 2.2931/7
R.H. Curry & Co., 2-8681/7

TV REPAIRS

Channel Electronics Ltd.
3.5478


UPHOLSTERING


* Eddie's Upholsterinq 5-9713


FOR THE AcTION VO WANT




Shop Nassau Merchants |
_ For Business And Services


IC15136
BORCO TRAINEES
REQUIRED: The Bahamas Oil
Refining Company is seeking
applicants for its operator
training programme in
SHIPPING DEPARTMENT;
Successful applicants will be
trained in all areas related to
the safe and efficient operation
of the Jetty Platforms. The
work involves handling various
types of foreign sea going
vessels. Meeting and working
with people of many
nationalities. Handling imports
and exports of crude oil,
refined products and related
documentation. Applicants
Must have completed High
School and possess a minimum
qualification of High School
.Diploma.- Perference will be
given to men between the ages
of 22 and 35 years old.
Starting salary commensurate
with education, working
background and age.
Representatives of BORCO will
be available for career
discussion at the 2nd Bahamas
Science Exhibition, the A. F.
Adderley High School, in
Nassau, from Sunday May 5th
Through Sunday May 12th.

C15134
TONY BORSETTO
MECHANICAL ENGINEER-
ING has the following
vacancies: One industrial
mechanic: Be able to train
others, and able to overhaul
and repair heavy duty
equipment.
One industrial mechanic
engineer: Supervisor, able to
train others in the field. Must
be in possession of welder
operator grade 1 certific ite,
and must have at least 4 to 5
years experience in the Oil
Refinery field.
One mechanical engineer: Able
to train others, and be able to
retube high pressure steam
boilers, and general field
maintenance in an oil plant.
One welder fitter: Must be able
to train others, read blue
prints, be in possession of a
welder operator grade 1
certificate, be able.to assemble
pipe lines up to 48" and
supervise a small crew of
welders and pipe fitters.
Apply in person to. Sapfus
Kemp, General Manager, at 19
Poplar Crescent, P. 0. Box
F-1536, Freeport, Bahamas, or
call 352-5562 for appointment.


pp


mm


L lls


I


I


IL


- v











The Tribune... Monday, May 6, 1974


KELP WANTED
C15138
SAIPEM S.p.A. HAS
VACANCIES FOR THE
FOLLOWING POSITIONS IN
THE EXPANSION PROJECT
AT THE PORCO REFINERY:
PIPEFITMERS: Must be able
to cut and weld all kinds of
pipes. assembling them
according to the isometric
drawings and erecting them
according to the general plan
drawings and P. & I. diagrams.
Five years experience in
petrochemical plants
construction required.
STEEL CARPENTERS: Must
have knowledge of and be able
to cut all kinds of steel plates
and pipes in order to
prefabricate and assemble steel
structures, in accordance with
the drawings. Five years
experience in Petrochemical
plants construction required.
ARGON & ALLOY STEEL
WELDERS: Must be able to
weld all kinds of pipes, in
particular alloy chromium-
molybdenum steel pipes, either
with the shielded arc system or
the tungsten inert gas (argon)
system (tig). Must pass welding
test according to A.S.M.E.
specifications and Borco.
Badger and Snam Progetti
requirements. Five years
experience in oil refineries or
petrochemical plants welding
work and reference papers
from previous employers
required.
MECHANIC MILLWRIGHT:
Must be able to install
compressors and pumps,
electric motors and steam or
gas turbine and secure
alignment between machineries
and motors. Five years
experience in installation of oil
refineries machinery required.
Only Bahamians need apply in
writing to Saipem S.p.A.
Bahamas Branch. P. 0. Box
F-2471 Freeport, Bahamas.

C15135
BORCO TRAINEES
REQUIRED: The Bahamas Oil
Refining Company (BORCO)
requires Trainee Laboratory
Technicians (male) in its
Product Control Laboratory.
Applicants should possess
G.C.E. or equivalent
qualifications in Mathematics,
Physics and Chemistry, and
should be interested in learning
modern routine analytical
techniques, including chromato-
graphy, spectrophotometry,
and analysis by X-ray.
Representatives of BORCO will
be available for career
discussion at the 2nd Bahamas
Science Exhibition, the A. F.
Adiferley High School, in
Nassau, from Sunday May 5th
through Sunday May 12th.


IELP WANTED
C15137 #
SAIPEM S.p.A. BAHAMAS
BRANCH have the following.
vacancies in the BORCO
Refinery expansion project:
20 SUPERVISORS: Must have
thorough experience in oil
refineries' mechanical erection,
and write and seapk fluent
Italian and Spanish.
5 X-RAY TECHNICIANS:
Must be able to operate X-ray
or gamma-ray equipment on
piping or structure welds.
Three years experience
minimum required.
5 HEATER ERECTORS: Must
be able to assemble and erect
industrial heaters and furnaces.
Five years experience
minimum required. Only
Bahamians need apply in
writing to: Saipem S.p.A.
Bahamas Branch P. 0. Box
F-2471 FreeDort. Bahamas.

C15127
WANTED: RESIDENT
MANAGER with professional
qualifications and experience
to direct a rather large and
highly technical electrical
company. Knowledge of Italian
.language, culture and
background most essential.
This is a position for a man
with highly technical and
sophisticated managerial skills.
Salary commensurate with
qualifications and experience.
Applicants with industrial
electricity background should
apply in writing to
PETROCHEMICAL I. I. Co.
Box F-343, Freeport. G.B.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

C14366
SHAWNEE
Daily Service between West
Palm Beach and West End. For
Reservations call The Grand
Bahama Hotel (Ex. 5).

REAL ESTATE

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


"Of course, if my boss disapproves of your lunch being
charged to my expense account, you owe me $8.75."

1A^ ^ *HAZEL

*********oll -^.^] -1 ^ Iv


The dwarf rhino sourrles away nd les quickly
loC among the beh". You meddlesomw
pelt I" Pong -Ping sthphe up to the foxes.
I s tiok in astinger. "That pet of mine
Sb l aoIt lead. It's a fire-
trhino and could do a lot of
i The foas'_p n vanish. "W e
none tat" ?^OSf^dY


CARROLL RIGHTER'S
t-HOROSCIPE

from the CartoN Rightr Istitute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: Get into all the
various aspects of any plan that can improve
your financial situation, whether requiring your own
individual efforts, or those of others operating on your behalf.
ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr 19) Get data you need from
financial experts Save time for those personal matters in p.m.
that need your attention Improve social relations
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) Study yourself will and see
where to make improvements, both as to health and outward
charm Take no chances with strange people
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Plan time and activities well,
or you get confused with all those tasks Evening can be
delightful with mate if you are kind
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Plan future social
and fun events Try to please attachment more. You have
creative skills that need to be expressed better now
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) Talk over any misunderstandings
at home instead of harboring resentment that could be eating
you up Do so wisely and amicably Make home repairs.
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept 22) Make your regular activities
more easy and fascinating to handle by using more up-to-date
methods A good friend can help you in p m
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct 22) Follow hunches to improve
your financial structure via your own efforts If you have any
doubts about something, consult with an expert.
SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov 21) Start on the actual work to
realize ambitions A fortunate friend will give assistance you
need, but you have to ask for it
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec 21) Consult specialist in
your field Keep silent about any new ideas you have or others
could steal them Do nothing drastic in p m
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan 20) You know
subconsciously exactly what you want and can now make
far-reaching plans Attend social affair where excellent results
are possible
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb 19) A fine day to solve
problems and undertake activities to improve home, etc Show
your abilities with a bigwig who can help you capitalize on
them.
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar 20) Get basic facts before you
start new project that really interests you A letter from a
distance can be the source of much satisfaction
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will have
a highly magnetic quality that makes a fine impression on
others even without speaking Give the finest spiritual training
so the thoughts will be the best, and teach to think before
speaking, otherwise some critical word could bring much
strife, cause resentment Ideal chart for seeking out truth, no
matter in which field of endeavor
"The Stars impel, they do not compel What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


Chess
By LEONARD GARDEN


(9959)
From Szabo-Bronstein, Moscow
1956, quoted in Brmnastein' 200
Open Games. Szabo (White, to
move) played 1 Kt--B4, and a
grandmnter wrote: 8bo missed
an easy win. Was Xhe critic
right?
Par times: 10 seconds, grand-
master; 20 seconds, chess muster;
40 seconds, expert; 2 minutes,
county player; 5 minutes, club
standarca; 8 minutes, average:
15 minutes, novice.

Unes solution Monday April 15 -

Chess Solution
No. What Szabo and Bronstein
saw was that the flashy I Kt-Q7,
which the critic thought would
win, is refuted by I .. KxKt;
2 Q xR. Kt-Q4 with the
decisive double threat of 3 .
Q-B6 ch forcing mate. and 3..
PxQ.


Winning

Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
The event of the week will be
the Oxford v Cambridge match
at the New Acol Club next
Saturday and Sunday. This
board, coming after a gallant
Oxford rally, clinched victory for
Cambridge last year.
Dealer West: E/W VuL:
North
SA K 10 6
4 2

West East
S J 7 33 9 5 2
V K J 5 3 8 7
0 10 742 0A Q 9 6
4 106 South4 85 43

V A 10 9 6
085
,& A J 9 2
Both sides reached 3NT, and
played by North, there were no
problems. This was Oxford's
Blue Club sequence.
North South
14 1NT
2NT 3
South's 1NT response shows four
controls, a king being one con-
trol, an ace two.
West led the 02 and East's
OQ captured dummy's 0J. The
V8 came back, presenting de-
clarer with an ultimatum.
Should he rise with the QA and
rely on four spade tricks-so
long as he didn't lose three more
diamonds first ?
The Oxford declare played
low. Should he have known
better ? Probably. A very
subtle East might have played
away from the QK, but it was
an unlikely switch, and South
should have guessed that if he
didn't return West's suit, it was
because he had the 0A. Ducking
that heart was too risky.


*


No. 7.419 .. by TIM McKAY
Across


1. One 'lth S low. wile brim.
(1 3)
iil. Thin. (6)
M5. FPsh. (4)
24. ILevel betting. (5)
f5. Poems. (4)
27. Faucet. (ta
28. Without humour. (9)
Down
1. Fashion parade. (35. 4)
2. Netlie. (4)
FI)Ing hazard. (8-4)
4. bakery item. (4)
1. Small 1ish. (3)
6. Tot. (4)
?. rls naDme. (a)
8. Melodiles. (4)
9. Make a siln of agreement.
14. M ilk. (,5
13. house. i8)

19. j40 a t
radeffor

s. li1r.
I a ma .
S. e)r t


Pong-Ping I" While the little peke rushes off
in search of his pet, Rupert stays with the
shrnefaced foxes. "That's the second stupid
thing you've done." he tells them. Why don't
you stop playing prankI on people?" '"We
just can't help it." says m redy. "We fetl
more mishlevoas than usial, Ihfat's all."
ALL mR#a' MS MtvM


REX MORGAN, M.D. Del Curtis

WHAT'WE YOU WHATS ON I'M GOING TO THE ICE WHIT SOMEONE I DON'T to'K I
ADONT--CRTENGp Sow/ KND o sA TrO
ICW1 YOU ATOVEI YOURSELFF
THE PHON Z'M LEAVING DOWN TA
N IS WIH TEN NTUR












JUDGE PARKER Paul Nichols
WILL YOU PLEASE I SAID I'D I PROMISE TMAT I'LL NOT SM I DOfe'Y WANTfm
CALL ME A CAB ? DRIVE YOU mOME, MENTION ANOTHER WORD INTEREIrNG WITH wNA
PSE WHN SESEAN! ABOUT ERtNIE STRAND! I HV TO 1DO!


STRAND'S BROTHER,-
JEAN CALVIN INSISTS
ON TAKING A CAB
BACK TO HER
MOTEL!


-
ApAt






APARTMENT 3-G By Alex Kotxes


STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD


Saunders & Overgard


O words of
S 0 fto a r letters
Its or more can
on make
erom the
N L letters shown
here? In
making a
CI E word, each
be used once
only. Each
word must contain the large
letter, and there must be at
least one elght-letter word in the
Ist No plurals: no foreign words;
no proper names. TODAY'S
TAROIT : 2? words, good;
3M words, ver go od; 43 words,
excellent. Solution tomorrow.
SATURDAY'S SOLUTION
Agent ague anger argent argon
argue arsgute anger erion ergot
ga rnet tate gaunt Sean Sear
gnat goat goer gone gore gout
grantgrate gseat groan great
,, grot gront grunt guano USanter
Surnet nagor ogre onager orange
,,.1 ~ orsan orgeat outrage OUI-
.RANGIE rage reaout rang range
., .......... rogue rouge rugate. rang tang
tango tong tongue trug unsear
mileage?". urse urgent.
S"Lousy mileage?
Rupert and the Floating Bell-5


I AR E:T:::


; "-J.^.










8 ThM Tribune .- Monday, May 6, 1974


TENNIS



PLAYERS



THROUGH


BRIDGETOWN, Barbados -
The Bahamas advanced as
expected into the semi-finals of
the annual Commonwealth
Caribbean tennis team
championships for the Brandon
trophy in Barbados.
In the other first round tie,
Barbados and Guyana were
fighting for the right to move
on to meet defending
champions Jamaica.
John Antonas gave the
Bahamas their first victory on
Friday with a straight sets win
over Stuart Nanton of the
Windward Islands and Leo
Rolle made it 2-0 Saturday
with an easy 61-, 6-1, 6-3
triumph over teenager Malcolm
Renwick.
Before fading light halted
play, Antonas, an 18-year-old
University of Miami freshman,
and Rolle, 21-year-old
Caribbean Davis Cup player,
wrapped up the tie by beating
Vincent Devaux and Stuart
Nanton 6-4, 6-4, 6-3, in the
doubles.
The Barbados-Guyana match
was far more evenly contested.
Barbados' number one Gregory


Adams swept to a straight sets
win over Desmond Munrow on
the opening day but then Even
Phillips evened matters for
Guyana on Saturday by
beating Richard Browne, 5-7,
6-0, 6-2, 6-2.
The important doubles clash
was delicately placed at the
end of play Saturday with
Adams and teenager Peter
Symmonds of Barbados leading
Phillips and Munrow 9-7, 3-6,
6-2, 4-5.
In women's team action for
the Phillips trophy, the
Bahamas and Guyana won
opening doubles matches over
the Windward Islands and
Barbados.
Jane Wiberg and Vicki
Knowles of the Bahamas
surprisingly dropped the first
set against Shirley Kelsick and
Simone Miller but eventually
took the match 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 in
an hour and 25 minutes.

Guyanese pair Keen Gibson
and Debbie Phillips had an
easier passage, beating Michelle
Goddard and Ruby Browne
6-2, 6-1. (AP)


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that STANFORD G. WALKER of
Dunmore Avenue, Chippingham, Nassau, Bahamas is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should niot be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 29th day of April 1974 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, Ministry of
Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that EUSTACE S. PENN of Spring
City Abaco is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen ot
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 6th day of May 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and. Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.


-Clan


take

cup


-at last
OUTSIDE RIGHT Peter
Moore and centre forward
Jim Lawler scored in extra
time giving Clan McAlpine a
2-0 victory over Tropigas and
the Bahamas Football
Association's division "A"
championship yesterday.
The Clan, having been
pressed for 90 minutes
capitalized on a mix-up in the
Tropigas defence to score the
winning goals. Moore scored
the first after 10 minutes of
extra time.
Lawler made it two scoring
on a well-placed chip over the
head of the advancing
Tropigas goalie just outside
the goal area.
Tropigas made most of the
play in the early stages of
regular time. An injured Peter
Cole after 15 minutes of play
made way for Brockholst
Barrett to enter the game at
left back.
Shortly afterwards, he was
unlucky to miss with a header
received close to the far post
from a Stan Darville free
kick. Though both sides had
good scoring opportunities,
Tropigas maintained the edge.
Seven minutes into the
second half skipper Randy
Rodgers received a cut above
the right eye following a clash
of heads while jumping for a
high ball. Rodgers however
stayed in the game after some
quick treatment on the
sideline and both sides
conthmued to press.
Sam Haven who replaced
Brenden Grey for McAlpine
missed from three yards on a
good pass across the goal by
Darville.
After McAlpine's goals
Algernon Reece hit the
upright with a fine shot.
However, the rebounding ball
was cleared.
Referee Colin Davies was
assisted by Percy Roach and
Phillip Worrell.


BAHAMAS LOCK & KEY


HELP PREVENT THEFTS!
INSTALL A BURGLAR ALARM FREE ESTIMATES LOCK AND
KEY PROBLEMS? PHONE OR STOP BY BAHAMAS LOCK AND KEY,
MACKEY STREET AND CHESAPEAKE ROAD LET US SOLVE YOUR
PROBLEM NOW IN STOCK A COMPLETE LINE OF MASTER
PADLOCKS FOR ALL PURPOSES AND A VAST SELECTION OF
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN AUTO KEYS AND ALSO LUGGAGE.
KEYS SPECIALIZING IN:
AUTOMOBILES (AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN)
OFFICE FURNITURE
PADLOCKS
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX LOCKS
SAFE COMBINATION CHANGING
LUGGAGE LOCKS
S ||Telephone 52125 GLENROY 'FLO' SAUNDERS
NIGHTS 24591 Ext. C147


PETER BRIGGS, the number five
ranked player in the United States
produced a dazzling display of power and
precision in winning the finals of the
second annual Nassau/New York squash
tournament 9-0, 9-0 and 9-2 over
Caribbean number one player Bob
Montgomery.
Still not fully recovered from a bout of
pneumonia in April, Montgomery was
never allowed to get into the match as the
22-year-old Briggs established a sparkling
speed game from the first serve.
Bob Lehman. editor of the
Metropolitan Squash Magazine who
accompanied the visiting team praised the
tournament and overall standard of play.
He noted that many leading United States
players who traditionally have played a
slightly different version of squash using
the harder ball are now turning to the
more physically demanding "inter-
national" game as played in the Bahamas.


Drawing more than 20,000 participants
in New York alone, the game is now
ranked the fastest growing sport
worldwide.
The Bahamas Squash Rackets
Association has received an invitation to
play in the world championships to be
held in Pakistan in 1975.
Members of the United States team
who entered the competition for the first
time in 1973 have all been hard pressed
by players from the Bahamas. Frank
Satterthwaite, the most successful U.S.
player in the world championships
narrowly beat Tony Lancaster in five
games last year.
Veteran Keith Parker only lost 15-14
to Dinny Adams the number two U.S.
team player and Irvern Davis in the
recently completed tournament led Peter
Briggs 7-2 at one stage during their
quarter final match.
Only Bob Montgomery reached the


semi-finals however as Davis went out to
Briggs.
Parker lost 3-2 to Blair Sadler, Eric
Wilkinson lost 3-0 to John Sturman and
Eddie Bostwick lost 3-0 to teammate
Montgomery.
The consolation tournament was won
by John Leathers 3-2 over Richard
Freeman both of New York.
Grahame Tyers l:st week won the 'most
improved player award' during the squash
club's annual awards presentation. Other award
winners were Dennis Lightbourne, Van Johnson
and Ernie Grindrod most tournament
certificate won; Enid Young won the ladies
handicap tournament with Brenda Zeese as
runnerup; Ivern Davis captured the men's
handicap tournament and Bob Montgomery
was runnerup; Young won the ladies
tournament and Zeese was runnerup;
Montgomery captured the men's open
tournament.
In the junior division, Rhonda Grant won the
girls division with Carol Albury as runnerup.
Feron Bethel won the boys division and
Michael Wilson was runnerup.


I


BUCKS, JETS SPLIT IT


One game

each in

weekend

clashes
By Kerrington Wilkinson
THE CLASSIC BUCKS and
Jet Set split a double header
and Schlitz Beer collected two
wins reducing Del Jane's lead
to a game and-a-half over the
weekend at the Queen
Elizabeth Sports Centre.
In the first game on
Saturday the Bucks saw losing
pitcher Eddie McQuay and
reliever Phil Francis touched
for six runs by Jet Set to fall
6-3.
Nevertheless, the Bucks
recouped and beat Jet Set 9-7
on Sunday.
Henry Williams and Bertie
Murray picked up wins as
Schlitz Beer beat Saint
Bernards 13-1 Saturday night
and ripped Heineken Stars 9-3
Sunday to take sole possession
of second place.
In the first game on
Saturday between Jet Set and
the Bucks fans saw the Bucks
draw first blood.
In the top of the lirst
Andrew Burrows bounced out
and Eddie McQuay struck out
for two down.
Godfrey Pinder was issued a
base on balls then Glen Cooper
base hit to plate Pinder for the
Buck's first tally.
Willie Sweeting and Greg
Woodside started Jet Set half
of the first inning off they
both singled.
Eugene Thompson bounced
into a thrilled killing double
play cutting down Woodside
and himself as Sweeting
crossed the plate to notch the
score.
The Bucks greeted winning
pitcher Wilfred Brown who
replaced Isaac Fox in the
second inning with a run.
With two away Tony
Rolle doubled to score Cecil
Bosfield who had singled to
take a one run lead.
However, in the bottom of
the second Jet Set came back
to tie the score on Louis
McQuay's rbi singled plating
designated hitter Earl
Thompson.
As the Bucks idled in their
third and fourth frames Jet Set
scored 3 runs in the bottom of
the fourth off loser Eddie


Lorenzo Lockhart
McQuay to take a 5-2 lead.
Designated hitter
Thompson's singled, McQuay's
walked and Dewitt Johnson
and Sweeting's singles
accounted for Jet Set runs.
Jet Set scored on more tally
in the sixth and the Bucks
scraped a run in the fifth
inning.
In the second game on
Sunday Jet Set scored five runs
in their half of the first inning
to take an early 5-0 lead over
the Bucks.
Catcher Lester Gardiner's
rbi, short stop Sidney
McKinrey's rbi and centre
fielder Richard Brook's 2 rbi's
singled were responsible for Jet
Set runs.
With one away in the top of
the second Lowell Culmer
singled, Tony Rolle got safe of
an error and Cecil Bosfield was
thrown out.
Classic down by 3 runs
jumped on losing pitcher David
Johnson for 3 tallies to tie the
score in the top of the third
frame.
In the fourth with one
erased McQuay singled and
Cooper was safe on a fielder's
choice.
Held scoreless over the
second and third frames Jet Set
came back in the bottom of
the fourth to lock the score
7-7.
The Classic Bucks scored
another tally in the seventh as
Phil Francis picked up the win.
In the first game on
Saturday night Schlitz defeated
the rookies of Saint Bernards.
Henry Williams got the win
as he gave up two hits on one
run as Larry Turnquest
suffered the loss.
All Star rookie short stop


Ettienne Farquharson
Andre Woods was given a free
ticket to first base on balls in
the top of the first inning. He
stole second and was driven in
by right fielder Hugh Bethel
for the Saints only run in the
ball game.
Not productive in the first
two frames Schlitz got together
and utilized two costly miscues
to overtake the Saints 2-1 in
the third
Randy Rodgers opened the
fifth inning with a base hit. He
stole second and scored when
Collin Thompson singled to
left field.
In the top of the seventh
inning Schlitz capitalized on 4
walks, 4 hits, and few errors to
score 10 runs in that inning.
On Sunday in the second
game of the twinbill Schlitz
took an early 3-0 lead over
Heineken Stars in the first
inning.
Godfrey Eneas and Lorenzo
Lockhart singled as Collin
Thompson walked to fill the
bases.
Bimini Marlins took two
from Carroll's Food Store over
the weekend in Bimini at
Seaside Stadium.
Carrolls managed a total of 7
hits for 4 runs as Bimini had 15
hits for 12_runs.
In the second game the,
"Food" men had 3 runs on 7:
hits and Bimini had 6 runs on 6
hits.
Killarney Pros utilized five
errors and two base on balls in
plating seven runs in the third
inning defeating Heineken
Stars 9-2 in weekend junior
league action.
St. Michael's Dodgers in the
second game behind the four
rbi stick of Mario Ford
defeated A.I.D. Royals 20-8.


Indians pinned down


SOUTHAMPTON -
Hampshire, the reigning
English County cricket
champions, pinned the Indians
down and bowled them out for
209 today.
The tourists, starting the
second day on 162 for 6,
scored slowly at first and then
had to face the new ball.
But Abid All hit some
attractive boundaries, including
two off Hampshire's new fast
bowler from Antigua, Andy
Roberts, who worked up a


furious pace with the new ball.
Bob Herman struck the first
blow of the day by bowling
Venkatarghavan for 18. The
Indians were than 185 for 7.
Three runs later Abid Ali,
who was batting well, was
foolishly run out.
At Gloucester, opener Sadiq
Mohammad steered Glou-
cestershire to an easy win
over Nottinghamshire in a John
Player league game Sunday
with a fluent and unbeaten 68
including nine boundaries.


CANNONADE made a
swift move in the turn for
home and raced to an easy
victory Saturday in the 100th
Kentucky Derby.
Agitate finished third with
J.R.'s Pet fourth in the largest
field in Kentucky Derby
history.

AN INGENIOUS streaker
at the Kentucky Derby linked
two eras of madness.
He became the first
streaking flagpole sitter.
Flagpole sitting was one of
the fads of 1930s just as
running around threadbare is
the newest college craze.

A SPECTATOR was shot
four times in an attack by a
gunman at the senior cup
cricket match at Boys Town
in Kingston Saturday.

CHRIS EVERT became
the first athlete to pile up
over $100,000 in winnings on
the 1974 women's pro tennis
tour Saturday as she easily
downed Kerry Melville of
Australia 6-1, 6-3 for the title
in this $100,000 stop on the
tour at Hilton Head Island,
S.C.
PETER OOSTERHUIS of
Britain, playing in his first
European tournament after a
brief tour of the United
States circuit, won the
French open golf
championship Sunday by two
strokes over Peter Townsend
of Britain.

PLEASANT satisfaction if
not great enthusiasm greeted
Brazil's 2-1 victory over
Ireland's all star soccer
selection.
The game Sunday in
Rio's Maracana Stadium was
the eighth in a nine-game
series of exhibition matches
held in preparation for the
June World Cup.

ELECTED
WILLIAM CURTIS and
Lavern Stuart were re-elected
president and vice-president
respectively of the Southerners
Sporting Club following a
meeting held last week.
Others elected were Peter
Hall secretary; Vernal
Richardson assistant
secretary; George Deveaux -
treasurer; Harry Dean -
assistant treasurer; George
Deveaux team captain;
George Ferguson assistant
team captain.
TOP ATHLETES
THE BAHAMAS Volleyball
Federation holds its fifth
annual awards presentation
dance tonight (8 o'clock) at
Ronnie's Rebel Room in the
Anchorage Hotel.
Top volleyball athletes of
1973 will be named.


Wanderers-by 15 runs


A LL-ROUNDER Francis
Scott contributed 75 runs
while wicketkeeper James
Peterson added 30 more
leading Don Q Wanderers to a
15-run victory over the
President's XI in yesterday's
one-day match at Haynes Oval.
Playing on a fast wicket
under sunny skies, the
Wanderers won the toss and
elected to bat. They hammered
211 in the 45 allotted overs.
The Wanderers found the
President's XI almost as
offensive a team. A match high
of 77 from Krishna
Rammarace helped them 15
behind.
For the President's medium
pacer Jerruth Thompson in 14
overs captured four wickets for.
56 runs. He bowled three
maidens. Skipper George
Deveaux and speedster Tyrone


"Track" Thompson each took
one for 15 and 33 runs
respectively.
Scott on defence bagged
three for 45 in 13 overs for the
Wanderers. Edmund Lewis
took two for 55 in 10 overs.
Scoring more than a run per
minute, opening batsmen Ivan
Taylor and Peterson jumped on
starters Rudy Dean and
Thompson "for 69 runs after.
one hour. After 19 overs they
were 94 for two.
Jerruth Thompson and
Alfred Ingraham had a little
effect in controlling the bats of
the Wanderers forcing them to
play more defensive. However,
after 31 overs had gone the
Wanderers were at a strong 126
for four with Scott settled at
41.
Skipper Deveaux ueed just
about every attack he c6uld


muster. It was not until going
into the tail end of the
Wanderers' side that he got his
desired effect. When Scott left
the game the remaining three
batters fell for 11 runs. The
President's side seemed at first
to have been heading for a
repeat of the Wanderer's
performance being 100 for
four after one and a half hours
and21 overs. Opening batsmen
Thompson and' Harry Dean
who came in first down
contributed a total of 57 runs.
However, when they left,
Rammarace did not have the
bats to back up his top scoring.
A last wicket partnership
between him and Ingraham
that accounted for 26 runs
came to no good.
The regular cricket season of
the Bahamas Cricket
Association begins Sunday


Briggs batters Montgomery


Under the distinguish patronage of







PRESENTS

JESUS EXPLOSION74
In The

Le Cabaret Theater Paradise bland

On Mothers Day

SUNDAY MAY 12 AT 8RM.

IN AID OF


ICYA. YOMl EL MI

APPEARING ARE:
The Visionaires, The Pilgrim Brothers, Majestic Chorus, Gospel Bell Chorus

MASTER OF CEREMONIES: MR. JOHN T. CRAWLEY JR.
Door Prize and Bridge Toll included TICKETS: $3.00

u Bu I l,5 UTiEl


3-


-- - -- -,. I I 1 I I II I


-----I-