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Publication Date: May 10, 1974
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--eg- e.d with Poofmt. atta"s Or posage eCeonSo within the Bahamas. Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper
VOL. LXXI, No. 141 Friday, May 10, 1974.


P*1oi Hat i f4-n vo '-Ai rncm1a l rvi i m do iraAi


silent

after

coroner

attack
BAHAMIAN police made no
comment today on a British
coroner's criticism that they
failed to help United
Kingdom police in their
inquiries into a fatal attack
on a British woman in the
Bahamas last July.
British coroner Dr. David Paul
told an inquest yesterday
that a British teacher, Miss
Merzena Seymour, died in a
London hospital last
September from head
injuries received in an attack
outside her burning
schoolhouse in Exuma.


The victim was flown
London still uncon.
and died in Neasde
Hospital Sept. 29.
Said Dr. Paul: "I want to mak


e
kn

ke


it quite clear that despite
repeated requests from the
senior metropolitan police
investigating officer and this
office we were given no
information at all by the
Bahamian police authorities
about the attack."
But today Deputy Police
Commissioner Gerald
Bartlett declined any
comment on the case saying
the police had no clearance
to make comments on a
British press report whillethe
matter was still under'
investigation by. Bahamas
police. He referred the press
to chief government in-
formation officer Bill Kalis.
Mr. Kalis would only say the
Bahamas police kept the UK
police informed and the
government was not replying
'to what was ftwelyrsweport
in the British press. He said
the investigation was still
continuing.
Pressed further he added: "It
does seem somewhat out of
line with what I know to
'have been police
cooperation in this matter."
The British High Commission
said: "The High Commission
is unable to comment upon
an investigation which is
under the investigation of
the Royal Bahamas police
force and which we are
informed is still continuing."


A MAN has t
and charged with
illegal emigration
the landing here
44 Haitian refug
the drowning of i
This was co
Haitian Consul t
Bordes.
Mr. Bordes id
man as Joseph An
a port on Haiti's i


i iaIia.uI I ug. O CLu'aiu auCt. leaCtvJ
een arrested in Haiti The Consul said survivors of sweeps across the jand have resulted Paradise or from Paradise to New
h aiding and abetting Tuesday's tragedy have named Anestal in 35 men and nine women being Providence.
on Tuday of at least from Haiti to the Bahamas in a 3foot loop, if he is among those in custody,
on Tsday of at least from Haiti to the Bahamas in a 35-foot Searches by the police Marine has not yet been identified. None of
leea which resulted in sloop. Division have brought the recovery of those in custody admit to being the
at least 18 others. It is still not known exactly how 19 bodies of Haitian drowning victims, captain, Mr. Bordes said.
confirmed today by many Haitians were on the sloop. all male. They are all believed to have He added that the Haitian Foreign
o the Bahamas, Julio Boats of similar size have been known met their deaths in The Narrows Ministry has instructed him to arrange
to carry well over 100 refugees. between Paradise and Atho Islands, for and pay for and pay for the burial of the
identified the arrested The sloop was spotted just offshore where swift currents are thought to drowning victims. Funeral services are
nestal of Port-au-Paix, from the northeast coast oast of Paradise have trapped them as they attempted being arranged through Demeritte's
northwest coast. Island early Tuesday morning. Police to swim either from the sloop to Funeral Home.


Danger road


been made ... "
ieriorating situ
I* t o -


aJMfl.-LAGUED hotel
r Qo -Able Beach is to
. be povided with mercury
vapour street lights,
Bahamas Information
Services announced today.
An official statement said
that work on the installation of
lights near the Sonesta, Nassau
Beach aid Emerald Beach
Hotels is aeduled to begin as
soon as Yaterial arrives in
Nassau.


'Ban Haitian


goods'

AN OUTBREAK of. the
disease anthrax in Haiti has
spurred Marsh Harbour M.P.
Errington Watkins to make a
bid at the next House meeting
on May 29 to bar all Haitian
products and all Haitian
shipping from the Bahamas
until the danger of contagion is
past.
Mr. Watkins on Wednesday
tabled notice of a resolution
that will place a ban "on all
Haitian imported goods and
products to this country until
such time as the Minjstry of
Health is satisfied that the
chances of this dreadful disease
being brought into this country
by such means no longer
exists."
The resolution would also
require that all Haitian
wood-work and goat-skin
products imported during the
past year be turned into the
Ministry for inspection.
The resolution also asks that
"all vessels plying between
Haiti and this country be.
banned from entering any port
in this Commonwealth until
such time as the Ministry of
Health is satisfied that the
danger of this disease being
brought in by crew members of
these vessels no longer exists."
Anthrax is a disease causing
malignant boils and
transmitted to man by affected
animals, commonly cattle,
sheep and goats,
Also at the May 29 House
meeting, Cleophas. Adderley

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move
(Ind.-Nassau City) will seek
support of a resolution calling
on the legislature to take "the
necessary steps to amend the
matnmonial law so that the
misery, suffering and
inconveniences of parties
concerned can be duly
alleviated.

Mr. Adderley said "hundreds
of citizens" are suffering
because of incompatibility in
marriage," but the existing law
does not allow divorce on that
ground.
Meanwhile in Frankfort,
Ky., the State Bureau for
Health Services has warned
that items made of untanned
goatskin imported from Haiti
should be turned over to local
health departments, reports
AP.
Dr. C. Hernandez, director
of the bureau's division for
preventive services, said many
of the items, such as drums,
purses, rugs and pictures, are
contaminated with anthrax
bacteria.
Anthrax usually is a skin
disease, but untreated
infections can lead to blood
poisoning and death,
Hernandez said. The disease
may exist on contaminated
items for many years, he
reported.
Anthrax has been diagnosed
in a Florida woman, and the
contamination source was
identified as drums made in
Haiti, according to Hernandez.
One Louisville woman
turned in a picture made of
untanned goatskin. Hernande;
said it will be burned in a
special Incinerator.
GUIDES CONCERT
The 10th Nassau Girl Guides
(Cathedral) will stage a concert
in the auditorium of
Government High School on
Saturday at 7:30 p.m.


t lights

-


Mr. Peter Bethel, deputy
general manager of the
Bahamas Electricity
Corporation, said the material
has been on order for quite
some time and should arrive in
time for work to begin by the
middle of May. It will take
about six weeks to complete
the installation.
The new lighting system will
begin at the Prospect Ridge
intersection on Bay Street
and extend as far west as the
Emerald Beach Hotel.


"The decision to install
modern street lights in this area
was made on the initiative of
the Minister of Tourism the
Hon. Clement T. Maynard,
who pressed for that area to be
lighted after several visitors had
been molested by unidentified
persons," the GIS statement
said.
The danger this unlighted
area posed for visitors was first
brought to the public's
attention by The Tribune last
November when it published


IE Z


TWELVE 1974 MAVERICK POLICE CARS, ordered
from ABC Motors on March 22, were delivered to the
Police Force yesterday at the police barracks on East
Street. ABC president Bernard Miller presented the keys to
Deputy Police Commissioner Gerald Bartlett. Pictured from
left at the delivery are ABC sales representative Euriel
Gibson, Mr. Miller, Mr. Bartlett and ABC sales manager
Charles Pinder. Picture: PHILIP SYMONETTE.

Isaacs quiz on cars


for ministers


THE PROVISION of cars
for politicians and the police
force has been raised in a series
of questions tabled in the
House yesterday by Opposition
Leader Kendal Isaacs.
Mr. Isaacs has asked Prime
Minister Lynden Pindling to
state which Cabinet Ministers
have been provided with cars
for their personal use at public
expense and the cost of these
cars in each case.
At the same time the Leader
wants to know whether cars
have been provided for the
personal use of any other
political appointees, including
the heads of public
corporations, commissions and
authorities and the cost.
"Does the Prime Minister
consider such expenditure to
be justified in the light of
present economic conditions
and taking into account the
present state of the public
treasury?" Mr. Isaacs asked.
With reference to the police
cars, the Opposition Leader has
questioned the make or
manufacture and model of
those now being provided for
use as patrol cars by the Royal


Bahamas Police Force.
He has asked Home Affairs
Minister Darrell Rolle to
inform the House how many
cars have been purchased so far
and from whom.
In addition Mr. Isaacs wants
to know if the force is now up
to strength with regard to
patrol cars and other vehicles,
and if not, why not.
The Minister has been asked
to say when the patrol car
strength of the force will be
brought up to strength and
whether he is aware of the
public appeal now being made
for donations to purchase cars
for the police force.
The Opposition Leader also
wants it on record whether the
Minister considers such an
appeal to be necessary.

DARLING LEAVES
MINISTER OF Labour and
National Insurance, Clifford
Darling left Nassau today to
attend the annual Conferences
of Caribbean Ministers of
Labour, which is being held
this year in St. Lucia.


Minister

bars

pre -school

owner
ERNEST McDonald, one
of the proprietors of
McDonald's Pre-School on
Bernard Road, has been
ordered by Minister of
Education Livingstone
Coakley to immediately cease
any participation in the
operation and management of
the school.
The Minister's action stems
from a complaint against Mr.
McDonald who was charged
in Magistrate's Court
yesterday with sexually
assaulting a seven-year-old girl
student of the school.
Mr. Coakley said he
intends to apply to the
Supreme Court for a final
determination on the
matter, under the provsions
of Section 43 and 44 of the
Education Act.
A Bahamas Information
servicess statement said a full
investigation is being
conducted into the operation
of the schooL .
Discussions concerning the
schools' future are taking
place between the Ministry of
Education and Culture and
the school's proprietors,
management and officials of
the governing council of the
Parents Association, the BIS
release said.
Prosecuting Chief
Inspector Wilfred Jack, in
opposing bail being granted
McDonald yesterday, said
that "a number of other
matters are being investigated
involving children younger
than seven years."
McDonald pleaded not
guilty and was remanded in
custody until his trial before
Magistrate Wilton Hercules on
June 26.
A former Jersey City, New
Jersey resident, McDonald is
said to have come to the
Bahamas in 1967.


I


the account of Mr. Morris
Stirman, who, with his wife,
had been visiting the Bahamas
for 26 years.
The elderly Stirmans were
attacked and beaten by two
men while walking between the
Somesta and Nassau Beach
Hotels.
Mr. Stirman bought
advertising space in the local
press to warn visitors of the
dangers of walking between the
two hotels.
In March, four Canadians
walking the same route were
beaten by three youths. Last
month three members of a
group performing at the Nassau
Beach Hotel and their public
relation officer 6 attacked
at gunpoint and robbed, again
in the same vicinity.
More recenfly,1;' represen-*
tatives to the Ministry of
Tourism's Inter/View '75
conference were also attacked
and robbed in the area.
Several months before the
Stirman incident, a Bahamian,
Mr. Oswald Bernard, who is
employed at one of the Cable
Beach hotels, went to see
Tourism Minister Clement
Maynard to alert him to the
fact that there had been
numerous attacks on visitors
staying at these hotels.
"I literally begged the
Minister to cut down the
bushes and light' the path
between the Sonesta and
Nassau Beach Hotels," he told
The Tribune following the
attack on the Stirmans.
He said he warned that if
something was not done
quickly a loss of life might
occur, but felt after the
meeting that "he (Mr.
Maynard) did not listen to or
understand a word I said."


$100m BUSINESSMEN

TO VISIT ABACO


economic and social
development of their island.
The keynote speech will be
delivered by the Rev. Edmund
A. Optiz from the Foundation
for Economic Education in
New York.
His theme will be
"Capitalism and Christianity:
Allies not Enemies." Other
sessions at the conference
include Miss Susan Love Brown
from the Campus Studies
Institute in California on the
problems and promise of
education; Dr. Jack Wheeler
on the tourism potential of
Abaco; and Alvin W. Lowi, Jr.,
president of Terraqua Products
Ltd., who will present
information on the 'Sea Chill"
portable utility system for
small fishing operations.
The conference will open
with a cocktail party Friday
evening. Lectures and seminars
will be held throughout
Saturday and the meetings will
end with a dinner Saturday
evening.


TEN LEADING American
businessmen with a combined
net worth of over $100 million
will visit Abaco this weekend
to take part in an investment
conference.
The conference, entitled
"Prosperity '74," is being
sponsored by the Abaco
Development Bureau, the
economic arm of the Abaco
Independence Movement.
Invitations have been sent to
about 100 prominent
businessmen and community
leaders on Abaco. Purpose of
the meeting is to bring
Abaconians with development
ideas together with potential
investors.
The conference will
spotlight agriculture, com-
merical fishing and tourism.
This is the first public event
staged by the Abaco
Development Bureau, The
Bureau was recently formed by
AIM to encourage participation
by all citizens of Abaco in the


Smiles from Shobek on day 3 of
A BLACK LEATHER BAG, witness to tesuty following the By SDNEY DORSETiT to contain a number of
discovered in an area east of end of a trial within a trial that documents in the name of Irvin
the Flagler Inn Hotel contained began yesterday told of discovered earlier that Bernstein, some tax return
documents belonging to collecting the bag from a afternoon. When taken to the papers in the name of Alan R.
eurddred accountant Irvin Paradise Island security officer area where it wts discovered, Petersen, and a cheque payable
Bernstein as well as the driver's on January 29. Johnson was found a white shirt to Bernstein by Bernice
licence of 19-year-old murder led in evidence by Crown containing what appeared to be Petersen.
accused Michiat Shobek, a Counsel Mrs. Janet Bostwick. blood," Johnson mid. "I also found a probationary
Supreme Court jury heard Keith Griffith, in charge of The bloodstained pullover driver's licehce in the name of
today. security at Paradise Island shirt was "of a small ia," he Michiah Shobek.
Ast. Police Superintendant handed the bag to hil after 4 said. After taking the bag to The short, slight accused,
Fletcher Johnson, the second p.m. on Jan. 29. It had been the C.I.D. office it was found who spoke in public for the


Price: 20 Cent


-ELECTRICITY


RISE: NO


RE.C PRtIFIT


By MIKE LOTHIAN
WORKS Minister Simeon
Bowe re-emphasised in the
House Wednesday that the two
cents per unit surcharge on
electricity bills introduced
April 3 "brings no profit to
BEC but merely allows the
Corporation to pay its fuel
bills."
Mr. Bowe said he was
making a communication to
the House on the subject
because of the "considerable
surprise" with which he read
an April 6 Tribune article that
reported:
"Mr. Bethel (BEC deputy
general manager) said that the
estimate annual return to the
Corporation from the
surcharge was $5 million."
Mr. Bowe added yesterday
that "Mr. Bethel has already
written to the Editor of the
paper concerned pointing out
that the statement is erroneous
and misleading."
The Tribune in fact
published Mr. Bethel's letter on
April 10, and at no time did
the BEC executive term the
April 6 report "erroneous" or
"misleading."
He said, referring to the
remarks attributed to him, that
"the impression may therefore
be conveyed that the
Corporation is receiving more
than extra cost of fuel. This is
not the case and I would
therefore like to clarify the
matter.
Mr. Bethel in his explanation
of the remarks said BEC
regulations ordinarily allow the
Corpoftftop to increase
surcharges by one-quarter of a
cent at a time. and it would
have been many months before
BEC could have applied
enough surcharge to cover


increased fuel costs; in e
meantime, he said BEC w tid
have lost $1.95 million on(fuel
costs. f
However he sai(' with
special Government aFnroval
BEC was allowed to apP ly the
full two cents in one nm'rease
"This two cents reFresents
the actual increase in t he cost
of generating one nit of
electricity due to the increase
in the price of fuel.i Over a
period of a year the Ostimated
extra cost for fuel i $5
million and this is what
the two cents inc ase wis
recover, and no mojie.
Mr. Bethel's I tter. n
clarified the situ .ter i/n
also confirmed the oringal
report: that the two-cent
surcharge will bring BEC an
estimated $5 million in one
year.
In his communication to the
House yesterday Mr. Bowe,
referring to his April 3
communication in which he
announced the surcharge, said
"It is incumbent upon
newspaper reporters who
report the proceedings of the
House to be completely
accurate in their reporting and
to assist the public to
understand the true position."
The Tribune's parliamentary
report of the April 3
communication was in fact
completely accurate.
It was in a subsequent article
exploring the effects of the
electricity rate increase that
the $5 million vas mentioned,
and that figure according to
Mr. Bethe; was also accurtte.
It was only the impression that
may have been conveyed by his
original remarks that Mr.
Bethel clarified in his April 10
letter to the Editor.


BEC statement


THE BAHAMAS Electricity
Corporation today issued a
statement clarifying certain
reports in The Guardian on
Thursday, May 9 under the
heading, BEC Workers May Sue
Management.
BEC management says it was
agreed in 1970 that the
investment management
function should be placed witl
a company which had the
facilities to invest a major
portion of the Superannuation.
Scheme's funds in the
Bahamas. Principally in the
Home mortgage market.
The Imperial Life Assurance
Company of Canada was ap-
pointed in March 1972 to
replace Royal Trust Company
of Canada and has been acting
in the capacity of investment
manage ever since.
This year the five yearly


actuarial valuation of the
Scheme is due and Imperial
Life was asked to find a way to
include the pension benefits
and compulsory contributions
coming up under the National
Insurance Scheme. This was
done with the cognizance of
the union.
While supplying needed
information to Imperial, BEC
asked all members to restate
their death beneficiary and sign
the form accordingly. In no
circumstances has dismissal
been threatened or intimated,
said BEC.
There has been no change in
the Scheme or the Trustees and
documentation work presently
being carried out is to facilitate
changes to the Scheme
arranged at meetings held
between Management and the
Union, the statement
concluded.


A 'bug' in the

Hughes suite


LOS ANGELES Robert
Maheu's son Peter told a jury
Wednesday how he and other
Maheu employees tried to bug
Howard Hughes' Bahamas
hotel suite by sending a
listening device in on a dinner
tray.
"How did you get it on the
serving tray?" asked a U.S.
district court judge Harry
Pregerson. "Did you bribe a
bellman or busboy?"
"They bribed a busboy,
sir," replied Maheu, a former
security agent for the Central
Intelligence Agency and now
a policeman in Tucson
Arizona,.
But the plan failed "It was
enroute to Mr. Hughes' room
when it got caught at the
door of the suite," he said.

trial
first time when he answered
"not guilty" to the charge on
Wednesday, smiled occa-
asionally during Johnson's
testimony.
Accused of stabbing
Bernstein 11 times in the chest
and abdomen on January I8 at
Yamacraw beach, he wa also
observed nodding l~e fh1id
ftma ildds to ide, as It -eepin
tidte to a silent bend.


The incident related at the
trial of Robert Maheu's S 17.3
million defamation suit
against Hughes occurred in
late 1970 the younger Maheu
testified .He said Hughes had
disappeared from Las Vegas
and was rumoured to be
living at a hotel in Nassau, the
Bahamas.
Maheu son of the former
chief of Hughes' Nevada
operations, said his father
instructed him to find out
where Hughes had gone and
whether he had gone
willingly. Maheu said the
bugging attempt was pert of
his effort to comply.
Maheu said he talked to
the Attorney General of the
Bahamas and was told that
listening devices were not
outlawed there. With that
knowledge he sd, he
decided on the plan to be
stin mdlse.


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2 The Tribune-- -Friday, May 10,1974


We'll get along with everyone,


Police

clash

with

students
MADRID Police routed
hdreds of students from
MaIid Universit / for the
second straight day today on
ground they were holding
unauthorized meetings.
Univsity sources said
police to e down a large poster
at the 'entrance to the law
school warning Spanish
political police to remember
the coup *n Portugal.
The military overthrew the
regime in neighboring
Portugal wo weeks ago, and
since then hundreds of political
police ha e been rounded up
'and jailed.
I, Reports said academic
i ity was normal in all other
s citiess n Spain, but
ecism as noticeable at
n Tegucigalpa, Honduras,
police opened fire on hundreds
of protesting students, and
hospital spokesmen said six of
the young people were
wounded.
The students were protesting
the death on Wednesday of a
comrade who was shot and
killed during a clash with
police.
The students protested what
they called a "climate of
repression" in Guatemala
where homes of the opposition
leftist political leaders were
bombed Thursday.


MIN IF
Athens 59
Rome 50
Paris 50
London 48
Ierlin 37
Amsterdam 41
SBaWselS 39

Stockholm 41
New York 49
San Francisco 50so
Los Angeles 61
Chicago 46
Miami 70
Tokyo 62
Hong Kong 75
Buenos Aires 50
Montreal 44
Honolulu 73
Toronto 41
Rio 61
Lishon 55
Vancouver 44


MAX
68 cloudy
64 clear
63 sunny
59 sunny
66 sunny
57 overcast
61-rainy
70 sunny
70 sunny
54 sunny
66 cloudy
58 clear
67 cloudy
67 rain
81 cloudy
67 cloudy
77 overcast
75 clear
50 rain
82 cloudy
48 cloudy
83 clear
66-sunny
57 cloudy


PARIS Valery Giscard d'Estaing,
running hard to be elected President of
France, declared today he. would lead a
government pursuing good. relations with
Europe, the Middle East and the Unitei
States.
D'Estaing, Finance Minister in the
present caretaker Cabinet, also painted
the picture of a presidency open to the
people, attentive to the views of the
opposition and determined to unify the
country after the election.

The Finance Minister is barely ahead of
his powerful rival, Socialist chief Francois
Mitterrand, in the polls on voting


Impeachment probe starts



PRESSURE



MOUNTS



ON NIXON


WASHINGTON Ten days
after he released his Watergate
transcripts, President Nixon is
under growing pressure to
resign, including from
conversative Republicans who
have supported him in the past.
However, White House
spokesman Gerald Warren said
yesterday that Nixon "is
determined to remain in office
despite comments by some and
the attacks by others."
"There is no question that
the president's position is
continuing to deteriorate," said
a senior Republican senator.
Another reported increasing
cloakroom talk that Nixon
would resign if the House of
Representatives votes to
impeach him.
Almost nobody in the
House, in private conversation,
now believes that impeachment
is not a foregone conclusion,
said Rep. Charles Wilson,
Democrat-Texas.
New pressure for Nixon's
resignation came yesterday
from three top House
Republicans and- several
midwestern newilapers on the
day thir House Judiciary
Committee formally opened its
hearings on whether Nixon
should be impeached.
The statements that Nixon
should consider resigning were
made by Reps. John J. Rhodes
of Arizona, the House
Republican leader; John B.
Anderson of Illinois, chairman
of the House Republican
Conference: and Barber B.
Conable of New York,


chairman of the Republican
Policy Committee.
Informed sources said,
meanwhile, that Sen. Richard
S. Schweiker, Republican-Pen-
nsylvania, would call for
Nixon's resignation at a news
conference today.
When judiciary committee
opened its historic hearing of
evidence on the possible
impeachment of Nixon
yesterday it almost
immediately voted to receive
the complex and controversial
data in closed session.
Committee chairman Peter
W. Rodino said that, starting
next Tuesday, the committee
would meet all day three days
a week.
Rodino said the presentation
of evidence on the possible
impeachment of Nixon would
be conducted in a spirit
recognizing that the integrity
of the nation's institutions
rests on the trust and
confidence of its people.
"I don't need to stress again
the importance of our
-undertaking and the wisdom,
decency and principle which
we must bring to it," Rodino
said.
His remarks opened the first
,House committee hearings to
consider whether a president
should be impeached since
1868.
Those hearings resulted in
the impeachment of Andrew
Johnson, but the Senate
acquitted him. (AP)

Nixon to

meet Ford
WASHINGTON President
Nixon and Vice President
Gerald Ford scheduled a
formal meeting today their
first since Frod said disclosures
of wrongdoing at the highest
levels of government have been
"hammer blows to the
confidence the American
people have placed in their
government."

Ford told an audience at
Eastern Illinois University in
Charleston, Illinois, yesterday
that disclosures have "created a
diminished confidence in our
public officials, basic distrust
of their motives."
Later, in Chicago, Ford said
edited transcripts of some of
Nixon's Watergate conversa-
tions, as well as other
unspecified information,
"convinces me the President is
not guilty of an impeachable
offence." (AP)


WASHINGTON FBI
director Clarence Kelley said
"we are stumped (puzzled)" in
the kidnapping investigation of
Patty Hearst.
Kelley told reporters at a
news conference that the
Symbionese Liberation Army
(SLA) is a very closely knit
group, "they are very tight in
their security."
He said the SLA restricted
its activities.
"From what I've learned
they did not get out of their
apartment. It was a shambles,"
Kelley said His reference was


CAIRO Secretary of
State Henry Kissinger met for
more than three hours with
President Anwar Sadat today
and said: "We have had very
extensive and detailed talks
and as always I leave satisfied
with our discussions."
Kissinger, who is trying to
enlist Sadat's support in his


to an abandoned apartment
which police said was
apparently used by the SLA'
Elaborating on why the FBI
is "stumped," Kelley said of
the SLA members: "They're
holed up; they've got friends
obviously who are helping
them."
But Kelley said he is
confident the FBI will
eventually solve the Hearst
kidnapping. And he added that
eventually it will be resolved
whether or net Miss Hearst was
a voluntary participant in a
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round election. Chaban-Delmas has now
been eliminated.
Accordingly, the Finance Minister
stressed his Gaullist credentials and
recalled he served under De Gaulle for
several years and received from him "my
lessons in statesmanship."


as
Gi
sai


He will pursue the same foreign policy
the late Georges Pompidou, De
aulle's successor as president D'Estaing


id.


Hysterical

Liz let

off plane

-report

LOS ANGELES Actress
Elizabeth Taylor "is just fine
and is spending her time in the
garden," says a spokesman for
the entertainer.
Donna Quinn, the
spokesman, said today she was
concerned about Miss Taylor's
health after a syndicated
columnist reported the actress
had hysterics and was forced to
disembark from a
Philadelphia-bound airliner last
weekend.
"Everything's fine, she's out
'in the garden with her
roses," Miss Quinn said. The
spokeswoman said she spoke
with Miss Taylor's personal
secretary after she read the
column Thursday afternoon.
Since Miss Taylor and actor
Richard Burton announced last
month they were ending their
10-year marriage, the actress
has been living quietly at the
Beverly Hills hotel and taking
weekend jaunts to nearby Palm
Springs, spokeswoman said.
Columnist Dorothy Manners
reported Thursday that Miss
Taylor had -been invited to
"throw out the first ball" at a
tennis match in Philadelphia at
the request of player-coach
Billie Jean King. The columnist
said Miss Taylor decided at the
last minute to go and boarded
a United Airlines flight. it
"Doors were bolted the
aircraft started to taxi to the
point of take-off. And then
Miss Taylor started having
hysterics. The strain or the
pain that had bothered her
originally surfaced in a
weeping spell so violent,
alarmed stewardesses informed
the captain." The plane
returned to the terminal and
let Miss Taylor off, the
columnist said.
"I find the press report hard
to believe," said Miss Quinn.
"If Elizabeth were feeling
poorly, surely her secretary
would have told me."
The garden where Miss
Taylor spends her time is
located at the Los Angeles
home of her mother, Miss
Quinn said. Besides seeing
friends, Miss Taylor is meeting
with people to discuss future
movie roles and business
investments, the spokeswoman
said. (AP)


"As regards the United
States," he added, "we will
have occasion to develop
cooperative relations in
partnership but not
dependence."
Both candidates are
pr e p a ring for an
unprecedented live television
debate tonight a 90-minute
confrontation that could be
crucial in the hectic scramble
for votes.
Never in French politics
have the two candidates for
the second-round voting
entered into such an
encounter. The state
network says it expects more
than 60 per cent of the
population to watch the
prime-time event.
An opinion poll
indicated for the first time
today that Mitterrand might
narrowly win the election.
The poll, published by the
Conservative newspaper
L'Aurore gave the
Comm unist-backed
Mitterrand 51 per cent of the
overall vote, against D'Estaing
49 per cent, reversing an
earlier trend. (AP)


THE YEAR isn't half over
and already it's made history
by producing a startling
epidemic of falling govern:
ments.
Only this week West


efforts to separate tne Syrian
and Israeli armies on the Golan
Heights front, then flew to
Jerusalem. Members of
Kissinger's staff indicated the
Secretary may return to
Washington soon and let the
Syrian and Israeli governments
think about their rival
disengagement proposals for a
week or two. (AP)


Kelley said if the FBI
can determine where Miss
Hearst is being held. "we are
going to go in. It's going to be
well-planned." .
Kelley said he does not agree
with Attorney General William
Saxbe his boss, who called
Miss Hearst "a common
criminal."
"It has not yet been proven
to me that she was a voluntary
participant" in the bank
robbery Kelley said at his first
news conference since
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RIO DE JANEIRO -
Ronald Biggs came out of his
apartment hideout today "to
search for a new country."
Biggs, wanted in Britain for
escaping from jail after taking
part in the Great Train
Robbery, talked to the press
after he left the apartment of
London Express reporter Colin
Mackenzie.
"I'm going to look for a
country that has no extradition
treaty with England," the
convicted bank robber told the
reporters that crowded around
him as he waited for a cab.
Brazilian policemen were on
duty to protect the notorious
Biggs from the persistent press.
"What I'd really like to do is
stay in Brazil," he said. "But
there's no way. I want to stay
with my child."
Biggs' Brazilian girl friend,
Raimunda Nascimento de
Castro, is expecting a child in
July.


"What would
stayed here?",
asked. "I'd be
Biggs replied.


you do if you
a newsman
a decorator,"


Biggs had been earning his
living as a carpenter and
interior decorator before being
discovered in Brazil.
Biggs left in a taxi for an
unknown destination.
He has demanded $12,300
to grant an interview to a
newspaper. (AP)


Labour eases tax plan

LONDON The Labour government has modified its
plan to tax foreigners living in Britain as much as it taxes
Britons.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Denis Healey announced in
his recent budget that foreigners would be taxed on the
same basis as Britons after living in the country five out of
the past six years.
He told the House of Commons yesterday this was being
modified to apply to persons living in Britain for nine of
the past 10 years.
Healey said he had no wish to drive foreigners out of
British business life, but there was "an unanswerable case"
for treating them like Britons after a long period of
residence.
He added that the government still plans to tax half the
earnings of foreign residents who have lived here for less
than nine years.
At present foreigners are taxed only on wages actually
paid to them in Britain, and many of them avoid British
taxes by having their salaries paid into foreign bank
accounts. (AP)


Pope on divorce


ROME Pope Paul VI
broke his silence in Italy's
divorce controversy as the
church stepped up its
anti-divorce campaign three
days before a national
referendum.


The 76-year-old pontiff met
for an hour with Italian
bishops and announced his full
support for their stand
favouring repeal of the
country's divorce law. (AP)


13 HOURS IN


THE LIFE OF


A KIDNAP VICTIM
ANCON, Panama Canal Zone "was what I saw in the mo
- "He's got a gun," shouted 'State of Siege,' which happy
the terrorist as Alfred Laun to remind me of my press
tried to figure out how to situation."
operate a pistol one of his
kidnappers had put down on a The film is about the 19
table. kidnapping of Dan Mitrio
Laun, the 36-year-old head an American adviser to
of the U.S. Information Uruguayan police who
Service's office in Cordoba, murdered by the Tupamai
Argentina, was shot in the
abdomen, kidnapped and Later, Laun was dragged
interrogated by leftist guerillas, carried up six or eight st
operated on and deserted in a into a room, put on
dry riverbed, all within 13 operating table, and
hours on Friday, April 12. fantastic dreams in colo
"I didn't feel the bullet, just began.
a great weakness," said the I ak
American from Kiel, He awoke in the back o
Wisconsin, who is recovering in truck. Then he passed
the Panama Canal zone's again and awoke lying out
Gorgas Hospital.doors, alone and "c
Laun gave this account of portable.
his ordeal:


Answering a knock at the
door of his home in Cordoba,
he looked through a peephole
in the door and saw a man in a
police uniform who said he had
come to check the ant
the American's sf-
radio set.


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Germany, Canada and Iceland
joined an ever-growing political
uproar club wherein any leader
in trouble finds he has lots of
company.
France about to shed its
Gaullist shell after 15 years ...
England ... West Germany ...
India ... Australia ... almost any
place one looks ih the
advanced world, government
leaders are experiencing the
sharp pain of political hot
water.
The oriental calendar makes
this the year of the tiger, but
there are fewer tigers than
goats in leadership positions.
Throw darts at a map and it
would be difficult to hit a spot
where leaders aren't having
perplexing difficulties as the
advanced nations seem to act
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he had become fatalistic and
didn't try to move.

Afew minutes later he heard
voices of passersby who
d him with bottles of


Laun opened the drFa sma alongside and a
the man stormed in with telling of the corrective su
drawn pistol, followed by a the guerillas had performed
man with rope and another him. (AP)
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As he lay on the floor,
screaming "no! no! no!" one
of the men jabbed a
hypodermic needle into his
thigh and he was plunged into
a vividly coloured fantasy.
He was bundled into a white
car and lost consciousness. He
awoke on a cot, gagged and
with his hands and feet bound.
Some men came into the
room, replaced Laun's gag with
a black hood over his head,
untied his hands and began
questioning him about his
radio equipment and his work
in Uruguay.
Laun told them he was
wracked with pain, that he had
no family and that he was
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He said he had been a ham
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that he had never been to
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the air attack was staged by
"several formations of air force
fighter-bombers."
"Our planes returned safely
to bases from the midday
bombing and strafing raid." the
communique said. "The enemy
suffered heavy casualties and.
losses."

The raid on the 60th straight
day of Golan hostilities
followed an Israeli shelling of
the Syrian village of teini on
the 9,200-foot mountain in
which one woman was
wounded, according to the
communique. (AP)


pledges D'Estaing


intentions for the election May 19. The
latest straw vote in Le Figaro newspaper
showed Giscard d'Estaing winning 51-49.
But most observers agree the election
could go the other way depending on the
impact the two candidates make in the
days before the voting.
If D'Estaing is to defeat Mitterrand,
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LEON E. H. DUPUCH, PbwMer/Badtor 190 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G.,D.ULitt., LL.D.
PhbUser/lBd1e 1917-.1972
Contribute Buor 1972 -
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Phublger/ dftor 1972.
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Friday, May 10, 1974


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
IN THIS column yesterday I said that the islands in the
Caribbean and the Bahamas too are walking backwards,
apparently unaware of the fact that they might be marching
blindly into a new form of slavery from which there would be no
escape.
More reports of violence are coming in from Jamaica. The
situation in that island now appears to be hopeless. According to
latest reports no arrests have been made ... and the police seem to
be ineffectual in a steadily deteriorating situation.
Unfortunately most of my readers live from day to day. In my
job I have to live from period to period. As a result, when I make
a statement I can back it up with a record of facts.
Let us forget about the Caribbean islands today and
concentrate our attention on our own islands and their
developing problems.
A few years ago Prime Minister Pindling was in London on a
mission. While there newspaper reporters asked him about the
prospects of independence for the Bahamas.
He told them that independence for the Bahamas was
something for the indefinite future. He made it sound far away.
Shortly afterwards the Governor of the colony convened a
session of the Legislature with a speech written for him by the
Prime Minister and his Cabinet.
In that speech Mr. Pindling declared that the colony would go
for independence and fixed the time for the summer of 1973.
Asked for an explanation of this strange contradiction in his
behaviour he simply said that from where he sat he had a vision
of a great future for an independent Bahamian people.
That was all. And independence came on the government's
time schedule.


With independence in view the government built a navy. There
was a great ceremony on Rawson Square when the nation's four
tiny pop-gun "ships" were commissioned.
Backed by a sloop of the Royal Navy, these vessels made some
arrests of foreign fishing craft intruding in Bahamian waters.
These tiny boats might have had a serious confrontation with
some of the intruders were it not for the timely arrival on the
scene of the Royal Navy sloop.
The one fact I kept impressing on the government was that,
after independence, there would be no Royal Navy sloop to help
in policing our waters. The nation would have to depend on its
tiny pop-gun vessels to patrol the thousands of islands and cays
that form the Bahamas archipelago, stretching from the coast of
Florida, along the entire stretch of Cuba, almost to the coast of
Haiti.
The real test for the pop-gun fleet came recently when eight
Cuban vessels were reported fishing off the coast of Long Island.
The crew of the intruders boldly entertained Long Islanders on
their vessels, claiming that they had Castro's authority for fishing
in this area.
This went on for days ... while our pop-gun navy stayed
securely anchored in Nassau harbour.
I suspect that eight fishing vessels, possibly armed, seemed
more than a match for our four pop-gun boats.
When four of the intruders left the area our "navy" moved in
and seized the remaining four.
Why didn't our navy act before?
The government's excuse was that the seas in the area were so
high that our ships could not get through but they had a
reconnaissance plane scouting the area all the while.
This excuse was so "thick" that I doubt even their most stupid
followers believed it.
The explanation seems clear to me. It's my opinion that the
planes were watching to see when the intruders split up so that
our glorious ships could bravely move in for the kill.

The Prime Minister has recently admitted that his navy is
incapable of taking care of the situation ..he needs a bigger navy!
The fact that a reconnaissance plane was used to scout the area
indicates that an air force is also needed. And, now that the U.S.
has announced that arms are available for the Bahamas ... an army
too?


At the same time the Prime Minister said that foreign ships
were at that very moment intruding in our waters. Since no
arrests were made at the time one is left to conclude that our
ships were incapable of taking care of that situation too.
We hear nothing from our navy these days. Does this mean that'
our noble ships have swept all intruders from our seas? Or that
our navy accepts the fact that it is inadequate to cope with the
task? *** * *
And what about the archipelagic plan... the promise made by the
Prime Minister that the fishing area of the Bahamas would be
greatly extended.
This was an unlikely promise from the start ... and I said so in
this column.
All of which reminds me of the passage in the Bible that warns:
"To him that hath shall be given: but from him who hath not
shall be taken away even the little that he hath". In short, the
wise man prospers, the fool perishes.
I don't know what Mr. Pindling saw in his famous vision ... but i
so far no benefits are in sight ... only liabilities and increasing
dangers. ..$ S
Why ... Mr. Pindling has even admitted that the government's
educationprogrnme has missed the boat somewhere!
It hasn't ined the boat ... it has been a simple case of Mr.
Pindling and his starry-eyed boys refusing to accept a scientific
fact I repeatedly brought to their attention in this column that
only three per cent of any rAce or people are capable of being
educated for executive positions.
As a emudt of the govemmnmt's empty trumpeting every child


'Big stink' at Lower Bogue health clinic


EDITOR The Tribune,
Permit me to pose a riddle
and to ask if you can provide a
solution? (Any interested
reader may have a go, as well).
What looks like a Ministry of
Health Clinic, is the subject of
scathing comment by shocked
visitors from the tourist realm,
is ignored by the Ministry of
Health and Ministry of Works
and smells like the inside of the
first-stage processing chamber
of a sewerage plant?
Five minutes up! Can't
guess? Then I'll let the cat out
of the bag.
It's the Ministry of Health
Clinic at Lower Bogue, St.
John's District, North
Eleuthera. And the reason for
the solution to the riddle is,
that the clinic has become just
that an over-sized cesspit.
At the moment of writing,
Thursday morning, May 2nd
1974, standing in the baths in
which the nurse is supposed to
perform- any bathing


operations upon a patient, and
less than twenty-four inches
from stocks of drugs and
supplies, is a couple of inches
of effluent (raw sewerage)
backed up from the main
cespit outside. All utilities
connected to this pit, including
the nurse's own, private
quarters, are in the same
condition and the clinic is
filled with the fragrance of this
overflow from floor to ceiling.
This situation began to make
itself obvious some time ago,
but the emergency developed
about ten days back. The
overflow has been in effect for
more than a week and in that
time the couldn't-care-less
attitude of the Ministries
concerned has been revealed to
more people, local and foreign,
than this writer likes to
contemplate.


expects to find pie in the sky. This is what the Bahamian people
have been led to believe by the government's vote-catching
propaganda.
Instead of Bahamians finding the pot of gold at the end of the
rainbow ... even Mr. Pindling was forced to admit soon after the
.independence party was over ... that they had devoted so much
time in preparing for glorious independence that vitally important
affairs of the country had been neglected.
I met a business man at a party in Coral Gables last night. He
said he had investments in the islands and so he went to Nassau
for the independence celebrations.
He claims that he heard Mr. Pindling promise in a ZNS speech
that after independence every Bahamian would be rich.
Nor did I see a statement of this kind reported in the
newspapers. But this man must have heard Mr. Pindling make a
statement to which he gave this interpretation because he told me
that he immediately withdrew his investments from the Bahamas.
So much for glorious independence ... all losses ... no gains.

Now let us review another situation.
Bahamas Airways gave the Out Islands of the Bahamas the
finest service they had ever had. But the Hon. Dr. Doris Johnson,
the then Minister of Transport, declared that a country was not in
a sound position until it had control of its transportation
facilities.
You know the story ... I need not go over this ground again.
Suffice it to say that the English company that provided the
service folded up the operation.
The latest gasp in this apparently hopeless situation was the
hope held out to the public by a new Bahamas flag carrier ...
Bahamasair ... the brain child of Minister of Tourism Clement
Maynard, the man who travels long distances at the public's
expense.
This new company was launched with great fanfare by the
government.
You will remember that it got off to a bad start ... a very bad
start.
But new hopes were aroused when Max Healey, a former
general manager of Mexicana Airways and a former vice president
of Trans-Caribbean Airways, was appointed general manager of
the flag carrier. For the first time the company seemed to be
raised to the professional level. And the government trumpeted
that great and glorious things were about to happen.


There were more misfortunes but the shouting was continued
until Tuesday, March 12th when it was abruptly announced by
the government that Mr. Healey "had left the company",
effective that day.
Reason?
No reason was given but it was reliably reported that Mr.
Healey told the Board that it was impossible to run the airline
without adequate financial backing.
It is understood that he threatened to take "drastic action" ifI
he was not given the funds necessary to bring the operation up to
scratch.
Apparently no money was forthcoming ... and so he withdrew
from what he must have felt was a hopeless situation because he
emphasized in a statement in The Tribune that lhe was "no
quitter".
When this venture was started I told the government that this'
was the best way to lose a lot of money ... fast.
But I suppose the government is desperate in its efforts to keep
something flying to the Out Islands.
**********
Now ... let us go one step further.
Ever since last summer I have been telling readers of this
column that a major airline would soon withdraw from the
Miami-Nassau service. I knew this was happening because I was
given this information by P.A.A. officials in Miami. This was long
before there was any thought of a fuel crisis.
On Wednesday, March 20th Prime Minister Pindling addressed
the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce. He boosted the hopes of
members of the Chamber with a statement to the effect that
everything was now moving smoothly.
According to a report published In The Tribune on the
following day the Prime Minister recalled that, as a result of the
energy crisis, there had been cancellations of flights by the
airlines by nearly 33 per cent.
But he was happy to report that the latest information was
that most cancelled bookings had been restored and airline
schedules, though still somewhat curtailed, had become more
reliable.
In the same issue of The Tribune in which a report of the
Prime Minister's hopeful reference to the airline situation was
published was also published a statement by Pan American
Airways announcing that they were withdrawing from the
Miami-Nassau service temporarily.
The next day this first report was corrected with the news that
the withdrawal was permanent!
This grave situation was blamed on the energy crisis ... but
there was no energy crisis when I told you nearly a year ago that
this was going to happen.
Now it has happened ... the oldest airline in the Miami-Nassau
service has pulled out!

To say that this announcement has been a serious blow to the
reputation of the Bahamas as a tourist resort and a tax haven is
putting the situation mildly.
It is all very sad ... and that's all I have to say.
***..**.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
If you have knowledge let others light their candles at it. -
MARGARET FULLER


These ministers may now
seek to explain away this latest
insult to public concern, but
the facts are, that this matter
has been brought to the
attention of the authorities
from several directions for over
a week. This writer, personally,
sent a telegram to the C.M.O,
on Saturday of last week,
informing him that the clinic
had been turned into a cesspit.
No reply was received, but
then, none was anticipated.
The representative for St.
John's has been seeking to
obtain some effort on the part
of the Ministry concerned
toward correcting this
disgraceful situation, where the
public is compelled and the
nurse required to live in these
foul conditions. However,
when I talked with him at his
home in Nassau last evening, he
could say no more than that he
continued to receive promises
of repair, a commodity which
this PLP government appears
to possess in large abundance,
but none of which have yet
been implemented.
This writer would like to call
to the attention of the Prime
Minister the extent to which
some of his ministries are
prepared to go in hastening the
country along its downward
journey. Is it merely to
expedite their own political
spite? The political overtones
of this whole affair are not lost
upon an intelligent, thoughtful
person. And while the Bahamas
is being cautioned about its
loss in the field of tourism and
warned against its lack of
services, we are treated to the
sorry spectacle of a
government clinic, in an area
dedicated to tourism, sitting
neglected with human feces
drifting around amid its
medical supplies.
In closing, let me add that
the full responsibility for this
foul state of affairs rests upon
somebody in Nassau. Everyone
concerned and upon whom the
smallest degree of
responsibility may rest, in this
area, has been, and seen and
departed, unable to offer
assistance because their hands
are bound by officialdom at


Ministerial levels.
Mr. Prime Minister, the
world is still watching. And the
world to which I refer is not
the one ready to shout "All the
way" at the drop of an office
job or road contract. It's the
world of the cocktail hour,
where juicy scandals like the
stinky clinic at Lower Bogue
spreads like a virus into the


homes of thousands of people
to whom the Ministry of
Tourism seeks to make its
appeal.
This, then, Mr. Editor, is the
story of the Big Stink.
Three cheers for our
Ministry of Health.
Three cheers for our
Ministry of Works.
Three cheers for this Great


Nation.
Three cheers for people like
myself, who don't mind telling
it like it is.
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Government defeats move to



probe Fox Hill library

By NICKI KELLY incapable of doing the job," employee who has been department that did not come morality was
THE GOVERNMENT Mr. Tynes said. employed in a position for over under government. Since Mrs. as Mrs.
Wednesday night defeated an Charges had been made in six years and all of a sudden Ramsey had her job back, he statement, a
Opposition move to have the the press that the chairman she is offered her job on could see no point to the was not sa
operations of the Fox Hill wanted to create an opening humanitarian grounds and on committee. outcome.
library investigated, claiming for a particular librarian who probation." Mr. Watkins' remarks Mr. Outte
that the situation which had was not a Bahamian national. Mr. Sinclai Outten, brought agreement from Mr. he said. thai
prompted the request had now "Those allegations have not parliamentary secretary, Carlton Francis (PLP)-South members of
been corrected and a been denied. It is for this Education sought to "clarify" Beach). appointed b:
committee could therefore House therefore to determine a few of the points raised by RIGHTS & JUSTICE Education
serve no purpose. has thetrefreatothin Mr. Tynes. He claimed that Since Mrs. Ramsey had been with the rep
The nearly three-hour-long what the true relationship is public libraries as constituted reinstated after "proper district.
debate centered around the between the cthre emb were subject to control of the judicial review," he thought In the cas
March 8 dismissal of assistant deJamaican," the member library trustees, and not Mr. Tynes might like to library, the
librarian Florence Ramsey, WAITING? employees of the Ministry of reconsider his motion. "I also been appoint
who was fired by library The committee should also Education. believe that the public officer Minister at I
chairman Prescott Davis after be concerned with whether an NOT RESPONSIBLE? concerned would not like to be PLP rep
seven years on the job. arm of the government had "We should point out that held up to public scrutiny, thought it c
Mr. Davis claimed she had allowed a non-Bahamian to be although the Ministry offers which must have led to a take the
failed to respond to on-the-job employed without the advisory services to the certain amount of uneasiness," two-and-a-ha
training and had her replaced necessary permission. Miss libraries, the Ministry is not he said. that Mrs.
by someone outside the district Audrey Leigh, the Jamaican responsible for matters relating Mr. Francis appealed not to inadequate f
while a Jamaican was brought librarian, had been engaged the to employment." have the matter pushed further been perform
in and appointed to the post of same day Mrs. Ramsey was Mr. Outten said that Mr. because it might lead to a rift According
librarian, dismissed, Mr. Tynes charged. Davis had told the Ministry in the close knit Fox Hill the former
In moving for appointment "One can only assume the that Mrs. Ramsey's services had community. present one
of a House committee to look chairman had this person been found to be He said he knew Mrs. Mrs. ramsey
into the library's operations, waiting in the wings," he unsatisfactory, and was advised Ramsey and felt that if given for the pos
Mr. Cyril Tvnes(FNM-Crooked asserted. that if this was so the Ministry the proper opportunity she librarian, bui
Island) said he was anxious to Mr. Tynes said that in asking was prepared to provide would measure up to the duties reply in this
have the matter placed in for the committee he was suitable training that would and responsibilities of the "once I mak
perspective in view of the concerned not only with Mrs. perhaps improve the overall library, one is going t
public concern expressed. Ramsey's dismissal but also the performance of the assistant The former Minister of Educati
It was important to ensure, question of library finances, librarian. Education then went into a Livingstone
he said, that the library which were a matter of public The trustees of the lengthy dissertation on every at present
functioned in the best interests concern. library and the chairman had citizens' right to natural justice Education di
of the users, that Bahamians He said there was no met with senior officials of the and fairplay. And in a further the day to
were employed there and that treasurer on the committee, Ministry of Education and as a effort to pour oil on troubled libraries, alt
public funds allocated for the and that a member merely result it was agreed that Mrs. waters, congratulated the to Parliamen
library were properly spent. signed a book of blank cheques Ramsey should be reinstated. Opposition for being "on its of the library
Mrs. Ramsey had been which in turn were given to the "At this moment we toes" in this matter and Library
removed without the consent chairman who paid the bills understand that the lady in bringing it to the attention of responsible
or knowledge of the majority and spent the money as he saw question is back on the job so the House. firing, but thi
of the committee. "I would fit. therefore I really don't see the He also congratulated the be corrected
suggest that the person who "Since these accounts are need for the furor that the government for allowing the Library conm
removed her exercised a not audited, no one checks on member is talking about," Mr. opportunity for review. "This operation.
dictatorial inclination," Mr. these cancelled cheques and all Outten declared. shows the government always "There is
Tynes declared, sorts of things could be If there was any question stands ready to guard the rights consideration
Under the circumstances he happening to people's money." about the library's finances, as of the common man and see legislative to
thought the Minister The member felt that an intimated by Mr. Tynes, this that his rights are not trampled libraries und
responsible would welcome auditor should look into the should be referred to the upon. control of th
appointment of the committee accounts because it was his library committee. "It is not in "I have already said, "he Minister
to get at the facts. understanding that members of the best interests of the continued, "that I believe all explained.
PETITION the library committee were not country for government to parties are satisfied in this This wol
Mr. Tynes informed aware of how much was interfere in an independent matter. 1 cannot therefore see control over
members that a petition signed allocated to the library, committee." Mr. Outten what purpose the committee operation.
by over 200 people had been 'UNACCEPTABLE' insisted, would serve. I am therefore Fair pla.
presented to the Ministry of Mr. Tynes then proceeded to OBJECTION pleading that there is now no achieved in
Education and that more read the letter of The committee should longer any need for any Coakley said
people were prepared to sign re-instatement which Mr. Davis thrash out its own problems. committee. The matter has be gained fro
further petitions for removal of has subsequently- written to The fact that Mrs. Ramsey had been brought to the highest a committee
Mr. Davis, the chairman. Mrs. Ramsey on April 29. The been reinstated and would be court of the land and fair play answer to
In his oress statement of letter said that her services allowed to get further training, in this matter and natural allegations,
April 25 Mr. Davis had referred were being extended on indicated that the chairman justice has had its course." committees
to the fact that Mrs. "humanitarian grounds" to and the committee were SOME RESPONSIBILITY Ministry for
Ramsey lacked BJC. or determine over the next six working in good faith. Mr. Francis disagreed funds.
G.C.E. qualifications. "There months whether she would The complaint had been however with Mr. Outten when Deputy
are many of us in this House, respond favourably to further made that Mrs. ramsey had that member said that the Arthur Hann
in government and in other training during that period. been replaced by a Long Ministry only had an advisory committee
Islander, Mr. Errington Watkins role. purpose.
responsible posts who are not unacc regard this letter as (Ind. Marsh Harbour) noted. As a former Education What had
holders of thes note qualifications unan we are daccetabcase here. Tynes But if Long Island was not in Minister, he remembers that however, wa
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what was. No complaints had
been made, he said, about a
Jamaican librarian being
appointed.
While he believed in
Bahamianization, Mr. Watkins
maintained that people should
be entitled to a job if they
were qualified and not because
they happened to be FNMs.
(Mrs. Ramsey's husband is an
executive officer of the FNM).
He objected to having the
House appoint a committee to
interfere in the running of a


tn o Uciiltte uj anI uilaey
was always and exclusively
appointed by the Minister,
"and therefore the committee
is a shadow of some of the
powers that the Minister
wields. On this basis the
Ministry must bear some of the
responsibility.
Mr. Norman Solomon
(FNM-St. George's) observed
that the issue of honesty and


consultatic
Leader Keni
He wanted
the Ministry
approved
reinstatemen
Ramsey by
individual h
number of
without cor
colleagues,"


just as important
Ramsey's rein-
nd that the FNM
satisfied with the
n ought to know
at the committee
f a library were
y the Ministry of
after consultation
presentative of the
se of the Fox Hill
committee had
nted by a PLP
the request of the
presentative. He
odd that it would
present chairman
If years to find
Ramsey was
for a job she had
ning for six years.
to Mr. Solomon,
librarian and the
both considered
suitably qualified
ition of assistant
t chairman Davis's
instance was that
ke up my mind no
to change it."
on Minister
Coakley said that
the Ministry of
id not interfere in
day operation of
hough responsible
,t for the conduct
es.
committees were
for hiring and
his situation would
when the National
imittee came into

now under active
i, the necessary
ools to bring all
er more stringent
he Ministry and the
concerned," he

ild keep greater
r the day to day

y having being
this instance, Mr.
he felt little could
'm appointment of
e. He claimed in
the Opposition's
that library
did account to the
the proper use of

Prime Minister
la also felt a House
could serve no

been overlooked
as that the library
ad acted without
on, Opposition
dal Isaacs argued.
to know whether
of Education had
the letter of
t written to Mrs.
Mr. Davis. "This
as seen fit on a
occasions to act
insulting with his
he declared.


INSURANCE

CHAIRMAN

GETS NO

SALARY
NATIONAL Insurance
Board chairman Earl
Thompson is not paid a salary
in this capacity. He does
however receive an
honorarium of $3,000
annually, Mr. Clifford
Darling, Minister of Labour
and National Insurance,
informed the House.
The matter of Mr.
Thompson's payment was
raised by Clarence Town
representative Michael
Lightbourn, who also wanted
to know the conditions of
Mr. Thompson's em-
ployment.
Mr. Darling said it was not
intended that Mr. Thompson
should devote all his normal
working hours to the
Insurance Board, but did give
as many hours to the Board
as were thought necessary
"for the proper and effective
discharge of his duties."
Mr. Thompson is assistant
manager at the Nassau Beach
Hotel.
Several weeks ago Mr.
Lightbourn asked similar
questions concerning the
appointment of Mr. Cadwell
Armbrister as chairman of the
Bahamas Broadcasting
Corporation.
He was told that Mr.
Armbrister (an executive
officer of Flamingo Airlines),
is also paid an honorarium of
$3,000.
Children's

fund
EDUCATION funds for the
children of two policemen
killed in the line of duty were
among the objects of
resolutions tabled Wednesday
for debate when the House of
Assembly next meets on May
29.
E rrington Watkins
(Ind.-Marsh Harbour), a former
policeman is to move for
adoption of the resolutions.
They relate to the death on
April 11 of Inspector
Henderson Norville at
Freeport who was shot, and
the death of Corporal 322
Forbes at Nassau on July 9 last
year in a 'plane crash.'
Norville is survived by his
widow and two children,
Forbes by a widow and one
child.
On the premise that the
deaths "could very well'
deprive the children of proper
educations, Mr. Watkins is to
ask the Finance Minister to
consider providing money for
their education and that the
Commissioner of Police
administer the two funds.
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Widowed mother


sets bad example?

By Abigail Van Buren
e i04m5 maW s TlmN.. iY. n esi., Ia.
DEAR ABBY: My mother is W. Six months ago, Dad
died after a short illness and she was so despondent she
said she didn't want to go on living.
Well, somehow she got the strength to live because
suddenly she tells us that she met a man and he asked her
to go to Hawaii with him! I should have said something
then, but I was glad she wasn't despondent anymore. She
said this man asked to marry her, but she refused because
she didn't know him well enough. Can you beat that!
The whole family is divided owr this. I disapprove, but
haven't the courage to say so. I think she's setting a bad
example for the younger people in the family. My brother
tells me not to be such a prude. He says we should thank
the good Lord she isn't crying all over us and wanting to
move in.
How do you feel about it, Abby? Does age make any
difference? I wouldn't want my 23-year-old daughter going
to Hawaii with a man and no wedding ring. Why should I
feel any different about my mother? CONFUSED
DEAR CONFUSED: Every adult has the right to pur.
sue his [or her] own lifestyle. You may disapprove If you
wish, but you haven't the right to impose your values on
either your adult daughter or your mother.

DEAR ABBY: I am a 15-year-old girl who lives next
door to a lady who has two little kids. One is a year old
and the other is three.
On Saturday, this lady comes over here and asks me
if I will watch her kids while she goes to the shopping
center. I always say yes, and she leaves me with the kids
for sometimes three or four hours. When she comes back,
she tells me how much she appreciated it and gives me a
couple of candy bars.
I think she should pay me at least 50 cents an hour like
any other sitter gets, don't you?
I have hinted around, but she doesn't take the hint. Is
there any way I can tell her without appearing hungry for
money? UNPAID SITTER
DEAR UNPAID: Quit "hinting around," and come
right out and tell her that you think you are entitled to a
sitter's pay. And don't be bashful. You're entitled.

CONFIDENTIAL TO JUNIOR CITIZENS: This Sunday
Is Mother's Day. You didn't realize It was so soon? You're
broke? Don't sweat it. Sit down and write her a letters
telling her how meuh ya apprgmatel er, andiod't weor
about getting too sentimental. I preamse you she will apprd
ciate it more than a $10 gift. [And I'll bet she saves it.]
Problems? You'll feel better If yes get it off year chest.
For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. 07I, L.A.,
Calif. 906. Emelose stamped self-addressed envelope,
please.
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Young Elks

host mothers
THE members of the
National Youth Activities
Department of Elks, will host
their mothers on Sunday, May
12 at 9 p.m. with a Mother's
Day- programme at
Transfiguration Baptist
Church, Vesy and Market
Streets.

Singspiration
A singspiration in aid of the
Bible Society will be held at
Faith Temple on Wednesday,
May 15 at 8:00 p.m.
The Region Bells, the
Visionaires, and the
Neapolition Quartet will be on
the programme


Simms

at Blenders

Mr. Bradley B. Roberts,
president of Bahamas Blenders
Limited, has announced the
appointment of Mr. Edsel
Simms as vice president in
charge of finance. Mr. Simms,
35, succeeds Mr. Roberts who
became President last April 1.
As vice president in charge
of finance Mr. Simms assumes
responsibility for the
company's accounts
department, which has a staff
of 26.


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mu!ti-million dollar subsidiary
of General Bahamian
Companies with outlets at
Abaco, Andros and Freeport.
Mr. Simms joined Bahamas
Blenders as a bookkeeper in
1963. He has held the position
of accountant chief
accountant, assistant treasurer
and treasurer, a post he was
appointed to in 1971.
His accounting career began
in 1957 when he got his first


job with the Telecommunica-
tions Department He has done
stints at the Post Office Savings
Bank and Bahamas Airways.
Mr. Simms holds advanced
Royal Society of Arts
certificates in accounting. He is
a member of the American
Management Society, and the
Bahamas Chamber of
Commerce and is treasurer of
the West Nassau Rotary Club.
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Hanna

at Abbey

ABBEY International
Insurance Company has
announced the appointment of
Mr. Bruce A. Hanna ts sales
manage and has given to him
the responsibility for all sales
activities.
Mr. Hanna, 34, is a native of
Nassau and was educated at
Southern Senior School and St.
Johns College. He is married to


HANNA
the former Halcie Ferguson,
and they have three children.
Mr. Hanna's business career
spans fourteen years in life
insurance. He was an agent for
American Life and Tropical
Life before joining Abby
International in January 1971.
At Abbey, he has had a very
successful career and was
named Man of the Year in
1971. Since assuming his new
post, he has received additional
management training in Canada
and has attended the Life
Insurance Agency Management
Association Management
Course in Wisconsin. He has
also completed two of the Dale
Carnegie courses.
Mr. Hanna will supervise the
sales force of Abbey
International, recruit new
agents, conduct a continuing
training programme for all
agents and coordinate the
activities of the Reinstate-
ment / Conservation
Department. There are
currently nine agents reporting
to Mr. Hanna and this number
will be increased during 1974.

CAREERS AT

HAWKSBILL
THE Hawksbill Secondary
School will hold its third
annual Careers Week May
20-23.
The seminar will be
officially opened by the Hon.
Livingstone Coakley, Minister
for Education & Culture, on
Monday, May 20 at 10 a.m.
The Minister will be
accompanied by his permanent
secretary, Mr. Baltron Bethel.


The main purpose of the
seminar is to inform students
about the various kinds of
occupations which they can
enter after leaving school. The
students will hear about and
gain an insight into various
jobs, both in the public and
private sectors.
The sepakers at the seminar
will discuss engineering,
customs, Ministry of Tourism,
auto mechanics. law,
Nassau Technical College,
Bahamas Teacher's Training
College, accounting, Radio
Bahamas Northern Services,
BORCO, Ministry of
Agriculture, Bahamasair, Rand
Memorial Hospital the Church,
King's Inn Hotel, data
processing Grand Bahama Port
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MAYNARD


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Support from the clergy in
reaffirming the objectives and
advantages of the tourist
industry for the Bahamas was
solicited by the Minister of
Tourism, the Hon., Clement T.
Maynard at a luncheon meeting
wilh 'the Bahamas Christian
Council on Monday at the
Sheraton British Colonial
Hotel.
A chart presentation by the
Ministry's public relations
agency outlined the purpose of
the luncheon to bring the
clergymen's attention to
isolated local conditions and
attitudes which adversely
affect tourism and the overall
pofltive aspects of the
industry. The Ministers of
Religion were urged to help
provide an orderly and
congenial environment for
planned tourism growth.
The clergymen were
responsive in an ensuring
discussion moderated by Mr.
Maynard, who stressed that
they should "freely give their
suggestions as to how'negative
factors can be neutralized and
to present ideas for securing a
better public understanding."
Points discussed included
the Goombay Summer
Festival, which some
clergymen saw as having a
negative as well as a positive
effect with young people;
extending the "Invite a Visitor
to Church" theme to include
lunch and a community tour;
motivation of young people
more effectively in the schools;


Leaders of the Bahamas
Christian Council meet with
the Hon. Clement T.
Maynard. From left: Canon
William Thompson, Executive
Council member; Father
Joseph Perna, administrative
assistant; Mr. Maynard; the
Rev. Edwin E. Taylor,
president of BCC, and the
Rev. Earle Francis vice
president. Photo: Wendell
Cleare.

and an active focus on
"grass-root" segments of the
community to further their
understanding of the goals of
tourism.
Several of the points raised
during the exchange were
noted to be under present
study by the Ministry of
Tourism. Members of the BCC
agreed that the responsibility
for the continued growth of
tourism must be shared by all
Bahamians. They stressed their
continued support and agreed
to do all possible to reach their
parishioners.


Archivist

at seminar


MRS. D. GAIL SAUNDERS,
Archivist of the Ministry of
Education and Culture,
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Washipgton D.C., where she
attended a two-week
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The seminar, which was held
at the National Archives
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jointly sponsored by the
National Archives and Records
Service of the United States
General Services Adminis-
tration and the UNESCO
Department of Documentation'
Libraries and Archives in
co-operation with the
International Council
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The purpose of the seminar
was to provide representatives
of developing nations with a
comprehensive introduction to
modern concepts and
techniques for managing public
records. Emphasis was placed
on creation, organization,
maintenance and use of current
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.The Tribune - Friday, May 10, 1974.


6


CLASSIFIED SECTIOTO PLACE ADV. EXT. 5


REAL ESTATE FOR RENT P fL I ACTN =MIE SPLIUES I W UMMM POSITION HINTEDD TRADE SERVICES I TRADE SERVICES


C14320
Large lot Adelaide Beach.
Phone 41298 day or nite

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.

C14341
THIS Saturday or Sunday drive
through YAMACRAW BEACH
ESTATES. Salesman on duty
from 12 to 6 at MODEL
HOUSE. Deposit only $75 and
easy payments.
Tel: 4-1141 or 2-3027 or
24148
Morley & O'Brien Real Estate
(BREA Brokers).

C14519
EASTERN DISTRICT BLAIR
ESTATE off Village Road 3
bedroom 2 bath, living room,
patio room, dining room,
maid's quarters, kitchen,
double garage, own water
supply, double lot, view by
appointment. Phone 2-1741-2
business hours.

C 14434
BEAUTIFUL homesite located
in Montagu Heights off Village
Road. Available for your
future home. Phone 5-8512.

C14520

HARMONY HILL three
bedrooms, 2 baths, plus maids
quarters, furnished in good
taste, excellent condition.
$47,000.00.
DUPLEX "Little Blair Estates
Income established, sale price
on $52,000.00.
BLAIR Three houses to
choose from -- good buys. See
anytime.

HILLTOP WINTON
HIGHWAY 3 bedrooms, 3
baths, plus maids quarters,
garage, storeroom, spacious
patios, gorgeous views of Sea.
Only $110,000. Beach rights.
2-storey house, WINTON
facing Bay Street furnished,
spacious grounds, garage maids
quarters. Has three bedrooms
plus maids quarters only
$110,000.00. With gorgeous
views, beach rights.


GOLDEN GATES -
bedrooms 2 baths,
$33,000.00.


three
only


AN ESTATE OUT WEST
312 feet on Sandy Beach -
with four bedrooms four baths,
plus 5 bedroom Garage
Apartment affair ideal for
expansion, cottage Colony,
Condo, or small hotel. See it to
appreciate. Best swimming Out
West.
200 ft. by 880 on
WATERFRONT CABLE
BEACH $325,000.00 Income
$17,000.00. Ideal for
development. DIAL THE
ACTION NUMBERS 22305,
22033, 22307 evenings 41197.

IFOR 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.

1 FOR RENT
C14478
NASSAU HILLCREST
TOWERS
Swimming pool, sun terrace
1 bedroom, 2 bedroom, 3
bedroom apartments.
Contact 7-8421 or 2. Evenings
7-7065.
C 14526
FURNISHED HOUSE
2 bedroom 1 bath $300 per
month. Location: Winchester
Street off Montrose Avenue.
Phone 41377.
C14345
TWO, Furnished and
alrconditioned, 1I-bedroom
apartments, Contreville, Ring
5-8679, ask for Mr. Pritchard.
C14511
2 BEDROOM apartment in
new duplex building Boat
Alley, off Market Street.
Information call 54258.
C14512
LUXURY Penthouse a.
Carefree Ocean Apartments,
beautifully furnished, gorgeous
views, private beach and pool.
No children or pets. Tel:
41W~do A


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

C14543
LAPRGE unfurnished 1
bedroom apartment. Phone
2-3709 or 3-4881.

C14426
3 BED 2 bath apartment
Johnson Road, Scott Street.
Larqe area. $165 per month.
Call 53208.

C14427
ONE room in large home,
single person only. Located on
Victoria & Lancaster St. in
Twynam Estate. Phone 5-1378.

FOR SALE
C 14499
OWNER LEAVING ISLAND
house full of furniture like new
Phone 3-5729 9 a.m. 5
p.m.

C14484
Honda 175 Trail $650. Phone
7-8231 Ext. 7073 ask for.
Winston.
C 14465
SPECIAL SALE
DOUBLE KNIT POLYESTER
50 different colours
$4.50 per yard
THE YOUNG MISS.
Market Street near Bay.
Telephone 23365

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.
C14536
1 Hoover Washing Machine,
like new $125.00
1 Vacuum Cleaner $70.00
1 Bedroom Set $250.00
1 Hide-A-Way Bed, like new -
$150.00 Phone 3-1626.

C14532
DOUBLE bed, Mahogany
headboard with cupboards,
-nahogany footboard with
,inen chest. For information
call 5-5509.

C14538
SPECIAL SALE
Bridesmaids Hats
from $8.00 to $25.00
AND
Bridesmaids Shoes (all colours)
5 styles to choose from
$16.00 per pair
THE YOUNG MISS
Market Street near Bay
Telephone 2-3365.

C14507
KOHLER 12.5 KW Generator
and 300 gal. fuel tank -
original price $5,000. Now
must sell both for $1,500.
Contact John Winder on
Bullocks Harbour.

C14518
GOING REASONABLE 1
Singer Sewing Machine, 1 chest
of drawers, 1 Sputnic Bureau.
double bed, 1969 Beaumont.
Call Mrs. Cole 5-7685.

PETS FOR SALE
C14531
FULL BREED German
Shepherd Pups for sale 12
weeks old. See Alexander
Virgil Durham Street off
Mount Royal Avenue Price
$100.00


CARS FOR SALE

C14528
1972 CAMARO V8-350
Automatic, Low Mileage, New
Tyres, Factory Air, Console,
Radio Tape, Power Brakes &


Steering, $4,500 O.N.O.
Ferguson 7-8383 (Day) or
7-7517 (Evening.)

C 14429
1972 MERCURY COMET, 2
door, vinyl top. One owner,
Immaculate condition. Owner
leaving Island. Phone: G.
Farrington, Mon. to Fri., 9 to
5, 2-4240.
C14428
1967. HILLMAN HUNTER.
mechanically sound, licensed
for 1974-1975, tested.
$550.00. Phone 2-8048.


UNTED
C14537
Two used metal typewriter
stands In good condition. Call
John Cash, 2-2768, 9 a.m. to 5


C14517
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell on
behalf of Nassau Bank and
Trust Ltd. at the parking lot of
Nassau Bank House, 2nd
Terrace West Centreville on the
1st day of June 1974 at 12
noon the following property:-
PROPERTY 1

A piece, parcel or lot of
land, being Lot Number 1 of
Block 9, of the area known
as Coconut Grove, in the
Southern District of the
Island of New Providence,
situated west of East Street
South on the southeastern
corner of Bahama Avenue
and Second Street. Located
on the subject Lot are two
buildings:-
(a) A one storey cement
block building comprising
one 2-bedroom and one
1-bedroom apartment.
(b) A one storey cement
block building comprising
two 1-bedroom apartments
and an office.
PROPERTY 2
A piece, parcel or lot of
land, being part of Lot
Number 11 of Glendale
Subdivision situated on the
n o r t h western side of
SotdieRoad in the Eastern
District of the Island of New
Providence, containing an
area of 2,520 sq. ft.
Located on the subject lot is
a one-storey cement block
2-bedroom residence.
Mortgage dated 26th May
1966 between Ellis Arnold
Bannister and National Bank
of the Bahamas Limtied.
Recorded in Vol. 993 pages
567 to 574.
This sale is subject to a
reserve price and to the right
for the Auctioneer or any
person on his behalf to bid up
to that price.
Terms: 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated this 25th day of April
1974
KIRK S. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer

M INE SUPPLIES
C14435

YACHTS AND BOATS LTD.

CHRIS CRAFT

CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS

AVON INFLATABLES
SEAGULL OUTBOARDS

28 foot Thunderbird flybridge
sport fisherman with twin 215
h.p. Mercruiser in/outboards.
This is a fast boat and is in
excellent condition. Fully
equipped and ready to go.
Asking $14,000.00

53 foot flybridge twin diesel
Mathews cruiser. A complete
cruise and live aboard boat. An
older boat but in exceptional
condition. Asking $13,500.00
IN THE DIVE SHOP

Accessories for the diver.
Silicone spray for preserving
and lubricating all your gear.
Aqua-lube rubber preserver
for you; favourite mask and
fins. Ear-eze relieves sinus
congestion, helps to clear ears,
Suit cement make that
jacket last another year. Steel
tank paint redo your tank,
paint it yellow.
We also stock a wide selection
of camera film, flash bulbs,
bulb holders, for the diving
photographer. New this week,
books on aquariums, tropical
fish, and Nikonos
photography. All at Nassau's
most complete dive shop. The
shop with the Dive Flag
Awning,

P.O. Box N1658
Telephone 24869

C14548
26' SMACKBOAT, new sails,
rigging, paint. 40 h.p.
Evinrude, big well, strong,
sound, fast. $2,000. Phone
74215.


C14530
COLUMBIA "CONTENDER"
24 ft. Sailboat Cruiser-Racer,
Sleeps four people, includes
four sails New 1974. Four
Horsepower Outboard, Dinghy
and full cruising gear. Price
%5,000. Contact: Mr. John
Klainguti Home Telephone:
77737 and office: 22694.

C 14283


3 year old 50' steel hull vessel.
British registered. Built in
Holland. Powered by two 671
GM Qiesels. Ideal for fishing or
conversion to Island Cruising.
Call David Lowe, Treasure Cay,
Almev% I RA Aautl I rAni ink h


C14430
22 Ft.
BOAT.
Trailer,
31642.


NORTH AMERICAN
New Engine and
Top Condition, Call


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.
C14521
22 ft Searay 215 OMC
Sterndrive 300 hours, galley,
head, cooler, radio, sleeps four.
Many extras. Immaculate
condition. Phone 77504.

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.

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

S ENTERTAINMENT
C14336
SETTLER'S PUB & INN
Beaumont Arcade, Bay Street
Telephone 5-9739
TWO BANDS NIGHTLY
The Nassauvians
The Electric Circle
OPEN TILL 4:00 a.m.

C14489
THE NASSAU AMATEUR
OPERATIC SOCIETY
will present


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



TSH


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

FMERI SERYW"


FUNERAL SERVICES for the
late Mrs. Zealene Neilly
McDonald who died Friday
May 3rd at Princess Margaret
Hospital will be held Sunday
May 12th at Wesley Methodist
Church 5 p.m.
Rev. Charles Curry officiating.
Interment will follow in Wesley
Cemetery.
She is survived by husband
Leroy, mother Flossie Neilly,
brothers Raymond, David and
Ronald, sisters Myrtis,
Cortrania, Vernencha Johnson
dnr Pkli Oeg


IN loving memory of our dear
daughter and niece Julie Ann
Burrows who departed this life
May 10th, 1972.
Sadly missed by Father,
mother, brother, grandparents,
aunts, uncles and host of
relatives and friends.

I SCHOOLS
C14356
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 and
8:30 a.m. or after 6 p.m. or
35084 anytime.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
C14529
VETERINARIAN Available to
caretake house and pets for
month of July. Phone 5-3177.

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.


[ELP WANTED
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.

C14514
WELDER with five years
experience in both Electric and
Acetylene Welding and General
Mechanic. Salary to be in the
range of $2.50 per hour with
proper equipment and tools.
Contact Urban E. Cargill at
Telephone 3-2263, Box 2083
GT, for interviews, etc.

C 14339
PHOTOGRAPHIC and-
Lithographic Technical
Consultant. Apply in writing to
P. 0. Box N-226, Nassau,
Bahamas.

C14502
TOP Flight Telephonist/Recep-
tionist required for Bahamian
company. Reply in writing to:
Adv. C14bC2, c/o The Tribune,
P. 0. Box N-3207. Nassau.

C14535
YOUNG men between the ages
of 22-28 required to be trained
in the Finance business leading
to Managerial position. Phone
2-1421 or 2-1154 for
interview.

C14534
FINANCE company requires
female cashier/typist for its
Freeport branch. In Nassau
phone 2-1421, 2-1154. kI
Freeport 352-8307.

C14546
IDEAL Iron & Welding requires
2 welders. For more
information phone 3-4292.

C14346
STUDENTS
International firm of chartered
accountants requires students
in their Nassau Office,
Applicants should be
considering a career in
accounting leading to
an A.C.C.A. Degree The
successful applicants will have
at least 5 "O" levels, including
English and Maths. Preference
will be given to those
applicants having an additional
2 "A" levels.
Please send resume of
qualifications, experience in
public accounting, if any, and
salary expected to: Touche
Ross & Co., Chartered
Accountants, P. O. Box
N7526, Nassau.

C14408
WANTED. Certified NAUI &
PADI Scuba Instructor to take
over position of Director of
Water Sports and
Entertainment. Duties will


comprise of: Administration of
all water sports programmes,
holding beginners and
advanced scuba courses,
directing and actively
supervising all maintenance.
German language preferred.
Write: Stella Marls Marina &
Yacht Club, P. 0. Stella Marls,
Long Island.

C14438
HARDWORKING handyman
- For Information call Tel
5.3723 between 5 and 9 P.m.


C14533
YOUNG LADY seeking
position as clerk typist, willing
to learn. Telephone 42106, P.
0. Box 5406.
C14545
IMMEDIATELY available.
Person with 15 years
international and domestic
banking experience. Office
management and accounting.
Complete resume upon request
available for interview at
anytime. Phone 4-1707.
C14527
Available excellent full tirnm
maid. Due to our departure
from the Bahamas our maid is
seeking employment. She has
worked for us for the past
eight years and has always
worked well. She is honest and
reliable and good with
children. Also experienced as
waitress and cashier. Highly
recommended. Please call Mrs.
Marshall, 3-4746.

TRADE SERVICES
C14353
PIndf's Cteoms

Brokerage Ltd.
Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU BAHAMAS
P. 0. Box N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
SPECIAL QUOErATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACTT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
Phone: 2-3795, 2-3796
2-3797, 22798
Airport 7-7434
FREE ESTIMATES
C14544
BACKHOE FOR HIRE


C14374
SOUTHERN PAINTING
SERVICE
Specialising in spraying house
roofs, furniture, stipple
finishings, appliances.
Telephone 5-1919 (days)
3-6700 (nights).

C14400
LANDSC-PING and for all
your gardening needs,
trimming, he.)ing, pruning and
tree felling. Call 5-7810.
LAWNS AND HEDGES.
C14351
T. V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes
apartments and hotels
SALES AND SERVICES
Call 5-9404
WORLD OF MUSIC
Mackey Street
Next to Frank's Place


ANNOUNCEMENTS
C 14366
SHAWNEE
Daily Service between West
Palm Beach and West End. For
Reservations call The Grand
Bahama Hotel (Ex. 5).
C15140
Mail Order Printing.
Thermographed printing at
lowest prices in Bahamas and
U.S.A.
14 days delivery guaranteed.
Washington Distributors,
Phone 348-2262 Box F-2921,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C15149
SUMMER SCHOOL at Mary,
Star of the Sea School will
begin on June 10, and end on
July 12, 1974 inclusive.
Tuition rates for the summer
session will be $75.00 for the
five weeks of school.
Classes will begin at 8:30 a.m.
and finish at 12:00 noon


Need a septic tank or trenching Classes are open to all stu
done? from grade 1 through 9.
Call
CAR L G T R ECO
CONTRACTORS LTD.
2-4996 or R-A725.





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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 24252/3

ENTERTAINMENT
Movies
Film & Equip. Service 2-2157'
GARDEN & PET
SUPPLIES
Modernistic Garden Pet
Madeira Shop Plaza 2-2868


dents


LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING
New Oriental
Laundry 2.4406
MEN'S WEAR
Fauhlonette Ltd. 2-2376/7

OPTICIANS


ptical Service
Ltd.


2-3910/1


PAPER
Commercial
Paper House S-9731

PRINTING
Executive
Printers 2.4267/5-4011
Wong's Printing 5-4506
RUBBER STAMPS
Wong's Rubber Stamp 5-4506

SPORTS GOODS
Champion Sport Land
2-1862

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


Nassau Garden & Pet
Montrose Avenue 2-4259 TV REPAIRS


John S. Geroe 2-8421/6 3-5478

HOUSE PLANS UPHOLSTERING
Evangelos G. Zervos 2-4128 Eddie'sUpholtering 5-9713

mmmmmmmmmmmmim



FShop Nassau Merchants

For Business And Services


C14358
SEWING MACHINE PARTS
AND REPAIRS
ISLAND FURNITURE
COMPANY
P. O. Box N4818, Nassau
Dowdeswell and Christie
Streets
Telephone 21197, 23152.


C14344
MASTER TECHNICIANS
LTD., Mackey Street, your,
Whirlpool distributor offers
refrigerators, washers, dryers,
compactors, freezers, ice
makers, air conditioners and
garbage disposers. With full
warranty on every home
appliance we sell. Service done
by factory trained mechanics.
Telephone 23713, 5-9322.


I HELP WANTED

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.
Adderley High School, in
-Nassau, from Sunday May 5th
.through Sunday May 12th.

C14522
KING'S INN & GOLF CLUB
requires three (3) Pastry Chefs
to be responsible for making
French Pastries, assorted pies,
Souffles and Gourmet Desserts,
Chocolate, Ice and Sugar work.
Responsibilities include on the
job exposure of assistants to
'types of desserts, ice carvings,
chocolate work and cake
decorating. At least 2 years
experience in hotel or first
class restaurant.
Clean police record and good
references absolutely
necessary.
Interested applicants apply to
Personnel Office, King's Inn &
Golf Club, P. 0. Box F-207,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C14397
JOB TITLE INDUSTRIAL
ELECTRICIANS
Minimum Education Goodc
basic education.
Minimum Experience 5 years
experience, preferably in
cement plaht or similar
industry.
Duties/Responsibilities
Inspect, repair, install and wire
all electrical apparatus, devices
and circuits of any voltage In
cement plant or assigned area.
Interested applicants contact
Personnel Department, Bahama
Cement Company, P. 0. Box
F-100, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C15141
TRAMPOLI NE/P.E.
TEACHER Must have
certificate. At least 5 years of
experience preferred. If
Interested, contact Sister Mary
Alice, P. 0. Box F-2418, Mary,
Star of the Sea School,
Freeport.


C 15150
Freeport Taxi Co. Ltd. requires
an automobile Body Mechanic
for welding, painting, replacing
chassis and body repair on
checker automobiles. Call
352-6663.
C15136
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. Preference will be
piven 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
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GRAND BAHAMA


CLASSIFIED


NELP WANTED
15148
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
EACHER must have B.S.
eree In Education.
A least 2 years of teaching
yxerlence preferred.
if interested, contact Sister
Wary Alice at Mary, Star of the
Se) School, P. 0. Box F-2418.
-i-
C45124
WANTED' LIVE-IN COOK.
EXPERIENCED MATURE
BAHAMIAN. APPLY WITH
REFERENCES, BAHAMA
EQUIPMENT LTD., P. O. BOX
F-?6, FREEPORT'

C15143
1 MUSICIAN (BASS
GUITARIST): Must be able to
Sih.t Read and arrange
Professional Show Music, be
proficient on playing the BASS
GUITAR. Must have at least
three years experience, Good
References and Police
Certificate.
Applicants should apply in
person to: The Personnel
C(tpartment, Bahamas
Amusements Limited (El
Casino). International Bazaar,
P. 0. Box F-787, Freeport,
Grand Bahama, Bahamas.


C14523
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL
requires a Cheif Accountant to
Organize and Supervise the
dally running of the
Accounting Office, Front
Office Cashiers, Night Auditors
and Food and Beverage
Cashiers, td review and prepare
daily, monthly and other
financial and statistical reports.
To be responsible for on the
job training of night auditors,
front office staff, food and
beverage cashiering personnel.
accounting personnel
(Accounts Payable, Receivable,
and Income Auditors.)
Previous Hotel Accounts
experience necessary. Clean
police record and good
references absolutely
necessary.
Interested applicants apply to
Personnel Office, King's Inn &
,Golf Club, P. 0. Box F-207,
'Grand Bahama.

C15122
M AI N T E N A N C E
S R 'iE RI NTENDE;NT
REQU I RED BY
INTERCONTINENTAL
ARTISTS GUILD LTD. TO
TAKE CHARGE OF ALL
MAINTENANCE OF ART
GALLERY. RESPONSIBILI-
TI ES INCLUDE
STRETCHING AND
FRAMING VALUABLE
PAINTINGS AND SHOULD
HAVE REASONABLE
KNOWLEDGE OF ART. IN
CHARGE OF ALL
DELIVERIES OF PAINTINGS
ANO THEIR PACKAGING.
TELEPHONE PERSONNEL
DEPARTMENT 373-3020, P.
0." Box F-260, Freeport.


HELP WANTED
C15142
Job Title SUPERVISOR -
PURCHASING & STORES
Minimum Education College
graduate or equivalent.
'Minimum Experience 5-10
years in Industrial Purchasing
& Stores functions.
Duties/Responsibilities -
Coordinate and supervise
company purchasing and
Storekeeping program.
Interested Applicant Contact -
Personnel Department, Bahama
Cement Company, P. 0. Box
F-100, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


C15151
Job Title - PROCESS
ENGINEER
Minimum Education High
School or College Graduate.
Training in the art and
necessity of attaining
maximum efficiency in Cement
Manufacturing Process.
Minimum Experience 3-5
years.
Duties/Responsibilites -
Manage activities relative in
attaining maximum efficiencies
in the cement manufacturing
process while making a quality
product.
Interested Applicant Contact:
Personnel Department, Bahama
Cement Company, P. 0. Box
F- 100, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C 14524
KING'S INN & GOLF CLUB
requires a Chief Engineer to be
responsible for the operation
of the Engineering Department
of King's Inn & Golf Club.
Reports directly to the Vice
President, must have
knowledge of Airconditioning,
Refrigeration, Carpentry,
Plumbing, Electricity, Boiler,
Pumps, Sewage Treatment
Essential. Must be fully
experienced in preventative
maintenance systems, building
maintenance and construction.
Responsible for purchase of
;engmeering equipment and
'parts, subcontracts, annual
budgets preparation. Previous
managerial experience essential
In a large hotel complex or
engineering company essential.
Good reference and clean
police certificate absolutely
necessary.
Interested applicants apply to
Personnel Office, King's Inn &
Golf Club, P. 0. Box .F-207,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


,C14395
Job Title GENERAL
REPAIRMEN
Minimum Education Good
basic education.
Minimum Experience- 5-10
1yearso
Duties/Responsibilities
Inspects, repairs, replaces,
installs, adjusts, and maintains
allpmechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.
Interested applicants contact
Personnel department, Bahama
iCement Company, P. 0. Box
F-100, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


HELP WNTED
C15147
Job Title PROCESS
ATTENDANTS
Minimum Education Good
basic education.
Minimum Experience 2-3
years.
Duties/Responsibilities -
Patrol equipment circuit
making field adjustments or
changes as required to correct
process and equipment
problems.
Interested Applicafut Contact -
Personnel Department, Bahama
Cement Company, P. 0. Box
F-100, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


SELP WANTED
C15146
Job Title PAYLOADER
OPERATORS
Minimum Education Good
basic education.
Minimum Experience 3-5
years.
Duties/Responsibilities -
Operates payloader to load
limestone into trucks and
charge clinker, gypsum and raw'
materials into feed system.
Interested Applicant Contact -
Personnel Department, Bahama
Cement Company, P. 0. Box
F-100, Freeport. Frand
Bahama.


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one who willhave to sort those papers over."


-CARROLL RIGHTER'S


from the Carroll Righter Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: After a difficult
day trying to assimilate all that is taking place
about you, the p.m. brings you the chance to make sensible
decisions and plan future more intelligently because of the
things that have occurred. Look at them objectively and


extract wisdom.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Delays in outside affairs give
you a chance to use ingenuity to solve them. Don't be upset
by demands of new associate. All works out fine.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) New things seem to go awry
during day, but later everything straightens out. Give new
partner time to become helpful. Keep your cool.
GEMINI (May 21 to June ? 1) Your hunches aren't working
just right during day, so use your good judgment and logic,
then off to recreations you like in p.m.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Associates may be
difficult in a.m., but later become most cooperative. Don't
argue in a.m. Avoid one who opposes you and keep out of
trouble.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Plan your duties wisely in a.m. so
you can plough through them quickly without costly errors.
Plan relaxation, exercise in between.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Good times don't pan out in
a.m., so work, then have fun with kin in p.m. Keep plugging at
special aptitude for later profit.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Make necessary small
improvements around your home, then attend social meeting
in p.m. Handle important business matter.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Fine ally could be in a
quarrelsome mood now, so keep silent. Drive with unusual
care and keep an eye on wallet, especially in crowds.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec, 21) Monetary matters
may not seem too good, but are really much better than you
think. Friends can be in excellent mood tonight.
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan. 20) Rid yourself of whatever
displeases you. Good friends are apt to drop in on you. Have
goodies around they will like.
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them. Do something kind for a good neighbor.
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8 The Tribune.- Friday, May 10, 1974


All-clear

for the

amateurs

ATHLETES competing in
the National Baseball Congress'
summer tournament in Wichita
Kansas do not violate their
amateur status, a N.B.C.
correspondence confirmed
yesterday.
In a letter to Mr. Oswald
Brown president of the
Bahamas Baseball Association,
Mr. Larry Davis president of
the N.B.C. pointed out that
"we abide by the rules of the
N.C.A.A. which is the
governing body of college
athletics in the United States."
All reimbursements to teams
in series of N.B.C. tournaments
will be forwarded only to team
sponsors to aid in defrayment
of expenses during the season,
Mr. Davis said.
In accordance with the rules
of the N.C.A.A. Summer
Baseball Committee and in the
interest of N.C.A.A.-governed
student athletes participating
in any N.B.C. sanctioned
tournament, no team which
has N.C.A.A. student athletes
on its roster shall be permitted
to provide remuneration to any
player on their roster other
than that provided by
N.C.A.A. Summer Baseball
Rules Committee, and which is
incidental to travel, meals and
lodging, the letter explained.
"In other words, your team
participating in the National
Tournament should not effect
the amateur status of your
players," Mr. Davis confirmed.
Just recently, the Bahamas
Baseball Association for their
allowing former professionals
to play in their regular season
games came under fire by local
amateur organizations
including the Bahamas
Olympic Association.
Even the Bahamas Amateur
Basketball Association took
exception to the B.B.A.
opening its series to all
Bahamians. The B.A.B.A.
suspended from further
competition all athletes
competing in the senior league
of the B.B.A.
The I nter-Scholastic
Association under the direction
Of the Banamna Amateur
Athletic Association also
suspended from high school
games these athletes who
competed in the B.B.A. series.
The baseball association in
an attempt to contain the
situation reinstated all former
professionals. This however
was not accepted by the local
amateur associations it would
appear.

TrpIcaI

Extrintr


Germans settle into



stride to beat Bucs


A RE-ORGANIZED and
determined German team
edged the Bahamas'
Buccaneers 1-0 yesterday
afternoon in the second
match of their series at
Haynes Oval.
The visitors played far
better' hockey in this game
than on Tuesday when they
were held to a scoreless draw
by the Arawaks.
Their front line did not'
have to assist the defence
much and this immeasurably
contributed to an improved
offence.
Particularly dangerous
were Rohr and Deuber whose
fine stick work and passing
enabled the Germans to
penetrate the Bucs defence.
However, they were


R. M. BAILEY High's De
DEBORAH STUBBS served a game
high of 10 points in the second set paving
the way for Aquinas College senior girls
15-13 and 15-5 victory over R. M. Bailey
High in inter-school volleyball action
yesterday.
Coming to the line with Aquinas ahead
by two, Deborah backed by top defence
saw the Aces to a commanding 11-1 lead
before she served out of bounds.
Moving out of the game by way of
substitution she returned later when it
had reached her point to serve again.
Meanwhile the Aces gave up six points
against one.
Deborah's deliveries again were
unreturnable. She served Aquinas to their
second set victory and their third triumph
against two losses.
Head coach Benny Adderley was very
pleased with the performance of his girls.
He feels they will be a force to contend
with later on in the series when winning:
really counts.
The Aces in the first set got off to an


Cricket starts
THE BAHAMAS Cricket
Association 1974 Competition
gets underway this weekend #
with four matches at Haynes f
Oval and Windsor Park.
Competition should be keen By K<
with players from St. Albans
and St. George's (not C. H.
competing this year) to were do
strengthen the existing teams. they bei
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enise McKay receives on defence while Brenda I

I By Gladstone Thurston
uneasy start trailing by two points.
Although Stacy Maura served them to a
tie, Bailey High proved to be the better
and moved ahead by four points.
Brenda Knowles and Denise McKay
kept Bailey High together as they opened
the gap 11-7.
A time out was all the Aces needed to
get both offence and defence together.
Rallying behind the service of Mal
Williams they marched on to victory.
Aquinas meet defending Eastern
Division champs St. Augustine's College
in a vital match next week Tuesday.

C. C. Sweeting High rallied from a 7-1
first set deficit and defeated St. John's
College 15-11 and 15-3 clinching the West
Division senior girls pennant while
winning their 15th game since last season.
Following a time out, Sweeting High
stormed back in true form moving two
behind on Deborah Foster's serve.


constantly harrassed to the
extent that their finishing was
not as good as expected.
Their best moves involved
finding either Rohr or Deuber
in the open on the
break-away situation.
The Bucs nevertheless had
the edge on offence. Jim
Banks and Mick Bancroft
gave Mirpmar and Maass
plenty of work moving the
ball well on the right side.
However, the Germans
defence proved solid.
Intended passes were
regularly picked up and their
tackling was excellent. Hugh
Hawkins, Bancroft and Banks
seemed the likely men to
score but were stymied by
good saves from goalie


Drenkberg.
The Bucs quickly exploited
the weakest part of the
German's side the halt
positions -- where there was a.
lack adequate opposition,
This was one of the reasons
why their forwards always
posed a threat.
The ione goal of the game
came in the first half Maass
received the ball from a
comer hit and shot it towards
the goal. Left back Dennis
Manuel tried the relay
but it trickled over the goal
line.

The Germans play their
third match tomorrow
morning (I I o'clock) against
the Bahamas' National XI.


Knowles awaits the Set.

Sisters Lavern and Ericka Jackman
then teamed up on offence moving
Sweeting High ahead for the remainder of
the game.
The second set saw the real Sweeting
High. They played near perfect defence
and continually frustrated their
opponents giving them only three points
enroute to victory.

In other high school games yesterday,
St. Augustine's College for the first time
this season had to go to three sets.
Against Queen's College yesterday, they
dropped the first 6-15 and won the
remaining two straight 15-13 and 15-4.
St. Augustine's College junior boys
defeated D. W. Davis 15-4 and 15-4
holding second place in the Eastern
Division.
High school volleyball continues on
Monday as follows: R. M. Bailey vs L. W.
Young; Aquinas vs St. Augustine's: A. F.
Adderley vs Government fligh: and St.
John's vs C.C. Sweeting.


reeves come from behind


o beat Bailey


errington Wilkinson
REEVES junior boys
dominant yesterday as
it R. M. Bailey High in
.f. atrIin the firdt


three sets aiLter iosig et tLIM
set 15-11 to retain the second
and third sets 15-2 and 15-11
at Bailey High grounds.
In a heated game Reeves
played remarkable ball as they
out classed Bailey in front of
their home crowd.
Leslie Bethel, Walter
Ferguson, Lorenzo Symonette
and team captain Vincent
Wring proved too much for
Bailey's defense as they stung
Bailey in the second set to
equalize the sets.
Guided by their coach and
national volleyball player
Lerov Fawkes from the bench,
Reeves abridged Bailey's 2-0
lead in the second set and led
9-2 on service from Ferguson
and tremendous blocking and
spiking by Wring before losing
the ball.
Wring confused Bailey's
defense as he was ubiquitous
Not knowing when and what
he was up to they immediately
lost concentration and gave
Reeves back the ball.
On achieving possession of
the ball Reeves' Bethel, Wring,
Symonette and Ferguson went
wild. Bethel and Wring
returned beautiful smashes and
ultilized and superb setting
from Symonette and Ferguson
as they drilled smashes through
Bailey's defense to shut out
Bailey for the remainder of the


set.
When it w
Strachan had s
credit as Reeve
High 15-2.
In the final
both teams p
Bailey took a 3
Bailey playing
and offense th
early stage of
a 6-3 lead o
Everette Dora


flicking
Cunningham
Heastie.
Time was
coach which
his team
combination


Again Cunningham and
Heastie were the main factor in
Bailey's effort to attain the
lead as Cunningham spiked
through Reeves defense
assisting Heastie in his service.
Reeves scenting victory


die went on a scoring spree
that pulled them within Reeves
boundary but always one too
short.
Reeves and Bailey volleyed
for a considerable time before
Reeves took possession of the


dashed out to a 12-8 lead with ball.
every member getting a part of With the score 12-11. in
the action. Reeves favour Leslie Bethel
Bailey knowing it was do or reeled off 3 points for a 15-11
victory.

BEES STORM IN


DEFENDING double
champs Paradise Bees
stormed into an unsettled
Coco Cola Jets taking a 15-4,
16-14 and 15-8 victory in the
opening game of the Bahamas
Volleyball Federation's 1974
series last night at the Donald
Davis Gym. t
Men champs the Wardrobe
Stars had to battle through
five sets before topping
Paradise Island Giants 15-13,
15-10, 12-15, 14-16 and
15-9.
Playing without key player
Florence Rolle and Daisy
Walker, the Jets found the
Bees a force to reckon with as
they trailed throughout the
first set.


Setter Hattie Moxey and
Muriel Anderson did their
best to keep the Jets in
contention moving them one
behind. However, the
offensive power of Winsome
Davidson, Laverne Jackman
and Margaret Albury proved
to much.
The Jets in the second set
were more determined
though as they took the lead
8-3, lose it by two and rallied
on to deuce the game. Again
the Jets took the advantage
point only to lose out.
In the final set, the Bees
came out storming with a 7-0
advantage that kept them on
top throughout that
set.


Picture RICKEY WELLS
German Deuber clears the ball from Don Lyon of the Buccaneers but is called for
high-sticking.


TIANT SHACKLES NEW YORK


NEW YORK Luis Tiant
flashing the form that made
him a 20-game winner last
season, shackled New York on
just three singles last night to
pitch the Boston Red Sox past
the. Yankees 2-0.
Tiant got all the offence he
needed in the seventh inning
when Bernie Carbo broke up a
scoreless ballgame with his
fourth home run of the year.
Juan Beniquez followed
Carbo's blast with a single and
scored on a double by Dick
McAuliffe.
Tiant didn't allow a
baserunner past first. He struck
out three batters and didn't
walk a man.
There was just one other


game in
and the
won it
Rangers.


the American league
Kansas City Royals
6-1 over the Texas


Ifly sets challenge


LEICESTER
Leicestershire captain Ray
Illingworth declared their
second innings at 196 for four
today, leaving the Indian
cricket tourists a tempting
target of 232 in 170 minutes


'as over James for victory.
six points to his Yesterday, Glenn Turner,
-s romped Bailey New Zealand test cricketer.
was hit over the eye by a rising
I and third set ball and collapsed after scoring
produced well as a brilliant century for
3-0 lead. Worcestershire.
ng better defense Turner, 138 not out after
an Reeves in the 5% hours' batting, was facing
the set surged to Kent's West Indian fast bowler
in service from Bernard Julien. A shortish ball
sett and neat reared up and struck him over
by Ronnie the left eye.
and Anthony The New Zealander went
down like a log. He was carried
ailed by Reeves to his dressing room and later
seemed to spark had stitches inserted.
as a quartet England star Dennis Amiss
consisted of of Warwickshire, hit 195 for
ring. Bethel and Warwickshire against
d themselves and Middlesex. He just missed his
g and volleying, first double century in county
onette volleying cricket.
Scores: ,
with spinning At Taunt,-i. Somerset 2S5.
om the rear line Lqpcashir o0 for no wicket
ents who hardly (David Lloyd 117 not out, Barry
service and when wood 81 not out). Rain.
ment dashing back At Guildford. Surrey beat
Nottinghamlhire by 10 wickets.
ds off Bethel and Nottinghamshire 8S and 146 (Geoff
reeves from three Arnold 5 for 23). Surrey 227 and 6
to a 9-6 lead. for no wicket.
At Worcester. Kent 302 for 8
nt to the line for closed and 12 for 3. Worcestershire
brought them 276 for 6 closed.
int before Reeves At Oxford. Derbyshire best
service. Oxfordshire by an innings and 1346


runs. Derbyshire 324 for 8
declared. Oxford University 58 and
130.
At Cambridge. Cambridge
University 245 for 9 declared and 7
for 1. Gloucestershire 375 for 9
declared (Zaheer Abbas 112).


At l.dgbaston. Middlesex 262
and 49 for 4. Warwickshire 366 for
2 closed (Dennis Amiss 195, Alvin
Kallicharran 127).
At Northampton. Yorkshire 265
for 8 closed and 62 for 4.
Northamptonshire 250 for 8 closed.


Denness skipper


LONDON Mike Denness,
the England captain in the
West Indies, was selected today
to lead the MCC team to play
the Indians.
Denness, who had a tough
time on the West Indian tour,
was given a chance to retain his
full England captaincy by a
good display in the match
against India which starts May
18.
The selectors put a strong


contingent. in both batting and
bowling departments, into the
MCC squad.
Team: M.H. Denness (Kent,
capt.), G. Boycott (Yorkshire),
D.L. Amiss (Warwickshire), H.
Pilling (Lancashire), K. W. R.
Fletcher (Essex), A. W. Greig
(Sussex), R. W. Tolchard
(Leicestershire), P. H.
Edmonds (Middlesex). G. G.
Arnold (Surrey). M. Hendrick
(Derbyshire). D. L. Acfield
(Essex).


Marty Pattin pitched a four-
hitter as Kansas City knocked
Texas out of first place. Hal
McRae singled in two runs for
the Rovals.
In the National League the
Chicago Cubs dumped the
Atlanta Braves 3-1; the
Pittsburgh Pirates beat the
Houston Astros 4-1, and the
Los Angeles Dodgers whipped
the San Diego Padres 6-0.


Atlanta shortstop Craig
Robinson's two-run throwing
error, in the seventh inning gave
Chicago its margin of victory.
Rick Rueschel tossed a
four-hitter for the Cubs to up
his record to 2-1.
Jim Rooker, Manny
Sanguillen, Richie Hebner and
Rennie Stennett had
runscoring singles for the
Pirates.


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