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LABOUR-
LEAP
FURTHER
AHEAD
LONDON \n opinion poll
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Part] running
ervative
m despite a corruption
I Ik- poll, conducted by the
irch ( entre foi
11 ndon I vening Standard,
in overwhelming
Wilson called
MOW
lli- government now
minority of
immom and
l he votes of
d Independents
"don't knows"
the poll gave voting
ii 1 about 45 per
vative 35, I iberal
ith is 4.
the figures
I lUI 42.S pel cent.
15.5, Liberal IX

II also showed that 60 per
those questioned
' pern : illy was
lb compared
cent a month ago.
w ilson and the Laboui
', I dward Heath's
S, LabOUl has been
the lading on
tn n charges of T. Dan
Smith. a party boss ;n
:i I ni'.land. I \l'i
Wallace in
line again
HINGTON Crippled
has laid the
new bid for
I the l tilted
with his n
a third-term
foi Governor of
ima
violence in America
outdistanced four
in the pnmary
I uesday His
an unprc-
-,l third term now
red certain over a
opponent in
I i.overnor
lore than 611 per cent of
a truly onesided
that is certain to
his chances as a
tnder in 1976.
It practically ensures thai he
will hold the political power
noiship when
the Democrats convene to
their presidential
an from now
Hijackers
demand
$300,000
PERE1RA, Colombia a
Colombian national Avianca
jetliner hijacked Friday by men
demanding $300,000 ransom
was flown from Call to I'eteira
in Eastern Colombia today
with 92 persons aboard
The plane landed at
1346 gmt at the Matccana
airport
After touching down in the
capital city of Bogota last night
and spending 8% hours on the
ground in Call, the plane
returned the 150 miles to
I'ereiru. I he city where the
flight originated and the
linackers boarded Friday
Police ordered special
security measures and held
back friends and relatives of
the passengers being held
< aboard the Boeing 727.
1 he government has refused
to bargain with the abductors,
telling them either to fly on to
Cuba or surrender.
But the captain said the men
did not want to go to Cuba
they had criminal
records.
I he plane was saved as ll
over Bogota with 112
passengers and six crew
members aboard. It was
allowed to land in Bogota,
before going on to Cali, and to
discharge 26 persons, including
women, children and old men.
'They allowed us to
disembark after the captain
asked them not to require
women with children and some
old men to travel any farther,"
Said Dora I'rrea
She said there were "four or
six of them, poorly dressed and
young ... one of them carried a
box and said it was a bomb. He
was only three paces from me
but it was impossible to
determine whether it really was
an explosive."
Another unidentified
passenger said an abductor
with a pistol faced the
passengers and told them not
to leave their seats.
"If someone tries to escape
all will be killed," the
passenger quoted the skyjacker
as saying.
After a long radio exchange
in Cali between Captain
Arboleda, Colonel Alfredo
Castro Alvarez., the police
commandant in Cali. and Sabas
I'retel, Avianca president, radio
communications were broken.
Avianca sent a fresh crew to
Cali Saturday morning to
relieve Captain Arboleda who
was reported fatigued by
tension and lack of sleep.
It was not reported
immediately whether the
hijackers allowed the crew to
board the plane since their
most insistent demand had
been that no one approach the
aircraft.
However, at 7:30 a.m. local
lime, the terrorists let two
airport employees aboard to
debver breakfast for 92
persons.
This was the fourth jetliner
hijacking of the year in
Colombia.
Two hijackings were
frustrated by crew members.
A PASSENGER jumped to
freedom Saturday from the
hijacked jetliner and said there
were many sky pirates aboard
the Avianca National Airline
company Boeing 727, local
radio station Todelar reported.
There were 92 persons
aboard the plane when it
landed here Saturday,
including six crew members
and the abductors. Until the
passenger escaped, it was
believed from four to six
young men had commandeered
the plane Friday while on a
flight over Bogota. (AP)
President escapes
in crash drama
SAN DOMINGO President Joaquii. Balaguer was
shaken up but otherwise unijured Lte last night when the
helicopter he was riding in crashed and burned during a
rainstorm in the hills outside this Dominican capital.
The 66 war old President, who had been campaigning
during the day for his re-election bid in next Thursday's
presidential contest, said: "My faith in God is stronger than
ever" after the accident.
Balaguer went on state television shortly before midnight
to tell what had happened and to quash rumours that he
had been killed or injured.
He said he and his official parly had flown in their
helicopter from the northern coastal city of Puerto Plata,
ISO miles from Santo Domingo, when the chopper flew
mto a heavy rainstorm as it neared the capital.
According to newsmen flying in another helicopter
behind that of the president, the chopper's main rotor
system was damaged and the helicopter began losing
altitude.
The pilot made a forced landing on a hill some 27 miles
northwest of Santo Domingo. Balaguer and his party ran
from the smashed chopper, and then it burst into flames.
(AP)
ELECTION
RIVALS
IN TV
DEBATE
PARIS France's two
presidential candidates met in
a face-to-face television
debate last night, and
observers rated the outcome a
near draw.
The debate officially
opened the week-long
campaign for (he May 19
election runoff.
The state television
network estimated that 30
million viewers more than
half the population of France
watched Finance Minister
Valery Giscard d'Estaing.
supported by most of the
ruling Gaullisl party, and
Socialist leader Francois
Mitterrand.
A poll by a radio station
indicated that Giscard
d'Estaing had a slightly more
favourable impact on viewers.
But only 10 per cent of the
respondents said the debate
would help them decide how
to vote. (AP)
Karpov
crushes
Spassky
MOSCOW Anatol Karpov
established a convincing claim
as a challenger for Bobby
Fischer's world chess title last
night, defeating former world
champion Boris Spassky and
eliminating him from the
candidates' competitor!
With his victory in the 11th
game of the scheduled 20-game
semifinal, the 23-year-old
Soviet chess prodigy gained a
berth in the final round of a
gruelling tournament to find a
man to take on Fishcer next
yea r.
Karpov's triumph over
Spassky in the match was
surprisingly easv.
Spassky managed to win
only one game, the opener.
Soviet chess insiders say
Spassky never recovered from
liis defeat at Fischer's hands.
They say his poise and
confidence were so badly
damaged he may be finished as
a top-rank chess player. (AP)
SORRY
PEGGY,
YOU'RE
TOO
PRETTY
ROCK ISLAND, Illinois
Peggy Hughes says she was not
entirely displeased when
International Harvester fired
her from its shipping
department.
Company officials, she said.
had concluded she was too
pretty.
"In a way, 1 felt sort of
complimented," said the
blonde Miss Hughes, 28.
"I never thought of myself
as a pretty girl. I'm just an
average looking woman."
Miss Hughes, about 5 foot 5
and 110 pounds, worked for a
month packing heavy
machinery at $5.11 an hour in
Harvester's Farmall plant here.
She was fired March 15.
"The personnel manager
told me I would be reinstated
when a new job opened up."
she said. But later, she said, the
general foreman told an official
of Local 1390 of the United
Auto Workers that she received
"too much male attention."
The union failed to settle
the dispute and '.he Rock
Island Human Relations
Commission voted this week to
take the case to the Illinois
Fair Employment Practices
Commission.
Henry Woods, an
investigator for the local
commission, said company
officials told him Miss Hughes
had good work and attendance
records but added that "male
coworkers found her so
attractive they were distracted
from their normal duties "
He contended the firing
violated sex discrimination
laws.
A Harvester spokesman said
the company would have no
comment. There were about 10
women and 15-20 men in the
department
Miss Hughes conceded that
sometimes her male coworkers
would ask her how the job was
going and lift something for
her. (AP)
Ml \MI I It-convict J. Alan
Gokey says he wasn't all that
unhappy when his jet-set fling
to high society ended after
he bouglit a yacht with a bogus
$4 million check
"I'm just so relieved it's all
over." s.ud Gokey, 29, adding
that he was not going to
contest charges filed against
him by local police.
"It's an awful lot of
pressure, being nch like that.
You meet such tacky people
anyway."
Miami police were still
trying today to untangle
Goke) s I inanciai dealings.
The jet-setter who 'conned the world9
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"This guy has conned
everybody in the world. I just
don't believe it." said Miami
detective Gerald Green, who
(aped Gokcy's confession and
made it publu
Gokey, who served time in
New York's Attica State Prison
on a forgery conviction, was
arrested as he drove a Cadillac
into the exlusive Palm Bay
Club He was charged with
possession of a stolen motor
vehicle, and police say more
charges are pending.
The club, which once
refused memberhsip to former
Vice President Spiro Agnew,
had issued Gokey a guest card
and allowed him to dock his
120-foot yacht "Intent", along
with its crew of seven.
"If people think you have
money, they don't dare insult
you by asking you for
credentials." Gokey told
police.
Police gave these details of
how Gokey using the name
J. Alan Durham III acquired
his yacht:
In April, the Everett S.
Emerson Construction Co. of
Miami lured a bookkeeper
named Dennis lladdad for a
weekly salary of $1 19.84.
Shortly afterwards a Miami
Cadillac dealer sold a new
Eldorado to J. Alan Durham
III. who paid $1,200 down
with jn Emerson check.
Later, Feadship of North
America, a Fort Lauderdale
yacht broker, chartered the
$10,000-a-week "Intent." to a
J Alan Durham III. who said
he was Emerson board
chairman.
Then, last week, J. Alan
Durham gave Feadship an
Emerson cheek for $4 million
for the yacht
Police said Feadship thought
Durham was an heir to a North
Carolina tobacco fortune but
decided to check Emerson
Construction anyw aj
The yacht broker called
Emerson and spoke to
bookkeeper Haddad, who said
Durham was not available and
was difficult to reach, because
lie was fabulously wealthy and
a bit snooty, police said.
That satisfied Feadship But
later Everett Emerson was
casually scanning his
company's books and
discovered to his horror that
the firm had just bought a
Cadillac and a $4 million
yacht.
Police said they were
notified after Emerson checked
and concluded that Haddad
and Durham were probably the
same person.
Investigators said Gokey
told them: "I guess I had
plenty of time to disappear. I
have so many influential
friends, of course ...
"1 never once claimed to be
what people assumed I was.
"And people would say,
'who's that?' And someone
would say, 'Oh his name is
Durham And they'd say,
'Durham Durham? Ah, North
Carolina Durham of course."
(AP)
Junta swoops
on 1,200
secret police
LISBON Portugal's ruling
military junta said today more
than 1,200 secret police and
military personnel have been
arrested since the government
was overthrown April 25.
The new arrests included
300 members of the
paramilitary Portuguese Legion
who were seized two days ago.
A junta spokesman said the
junta was concerned, "with the
ideas of the future these people
may have had." He did not
elaborate.
The junta said that besides
t he I egionancs. ordered
transferred to a Lisbon prison,
the total number of secret
police thus far detained was
900, about 100 more thar two
days ago.
The spokesman said the
legion was ordered dissolved
immediately after the
government was deposed
because of, "certain
objectives" its members had
The newspaper Express said
the Legion was one the best
armed police units in the
country and reported many of
their arms still had not been
found by the Portuguese army.
Meanwhile, the military
junta closed the
Government newsp
Epoca on Friday an<
its Bquipment sold
auction
Another newspapel
influential Lisbon D.I
Seeulo, missed publl
apparently because it refused
to print a statement by leftist
employees.
A Epoca was sacked by
angry crowds in the first hours
of the revolution that
overthrew the government two
weeks ago. The editor also was
fired.
A junta spokesman
confirmed the newspaper had
been ordered shut down but
gave no reason. Other reports
blamed labour problems.
The junta spokesman also
confirmed that the army was
hunting for Antonio Manuel
Goncalves Rapazotc. Interior
Minister from 1968-73.
Rapozole was the first
minister not a member of the
recently ousted government
reported wanted by the arms
(AP)
Strike goes on
NEW DELHI Indian
railway strike leaders rejected a
government settlement offer
Friday and called on the
workers to persist in their
walkout crippling the country's
economic lifeline.
Prime Minister Indira
Ciandhi had propsoed
simultaneous release of more
than 4.000 jailed union leaders
and a return to work combined
with re su mption of
negotiations on union
iemands. (AP)
Liz's ^reat fear
LOS ANGELES Actress Elizabeth Taylor "deathly
afraid of flying" became hysterical after an airliner
malfunctioned before takeoff last Sunday. her
spokeswoman has confirmed.
After the Philadelphia-bound plane returned to the
terminal, she disembarked, became hysterical and required
medication when she returned to the Beverly Hills hotel.
A columnist reported Thursday that the actress had the
hysterical fit aboard the taxiing plane, requiring it to
return. United Airlines confirmed that the flight returned
because its air speed indicator failed to operate.
"Elizabeth is deathly afraid of flying," said the
spokeswoman, "especially since her husband, Mike Todd,*
died in an air crash. Twice in Honolulu her planes had
trouble before takeoffs.
"When it happened again last Sunday, she decided she
didn't want to fly."
Miss Taylor had been scheduled to attend a tennis
benefit in Philadelphia. (AP)
UWES
ALARM SERVICES
Ford 'working too hard'
PRESENISI
FREE SPIRIT
S5BK?
BUFALLO U.S. Vice
President Gerald Ford said
today the rapport between him
and President Nixon is "sa
good as always and that has
been excellent."
Ford spoke after flying here
from Washington where he met
privately with Nixon.
Ford said: '"I here was no
indication of any displeasure
on the President's part in the
role that 1 have played. He
idicated that perhaps I was
working too hard."
Nixon mentioned that Ford
had been travelling quite a bit.
(AP)
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The Tribune---Saturday, May 11, 1974
EDITORIAL
A world of uncertainty
By ETIENNE DUPUCH
YESTERDAY 1 had an interesting though depressing -
discussion with a friend of mine who enjoys the reputation of
having a fine financial brain. This reputation is justified by the
facl that he has made a great success of all his own affairs... and
he has also helped to put many of his friends on the high road to
success.
This man has had all the advantages life could afford an
individual and he has taken advantage of them. His grandfather
and father alike were successful bankers ... they owned their own
banks ... and he trained under Bernard Baruch, one of the
greatest financial brains in American history. Baruch acted as
personal adviser to five Presidents of the U.S. He was one of those
remarkable men whose brain was still young and active when he
died at the age of 94 years.
Like so many worthwhile friendships I have todav. this man
has grown to know me ihrough reading this column for several
years. As a result he has found that we have similar views on such
questions as:
* U.S. interference in the Suez conflict of 1956 was a great
disaster for Britain and the world.
* That McArthur was a great general and should have been
allowed to win the Korean war which would have headed off the
disaster of Viet Nam and put the U.S. in a strong position.
* That Cuba was a great mistake, especially the tragedy of the
Bay of Pigs.
* That Nixon is a strong man whose foreign policy has been
the soundest of any president for many years.
* That abolition of the death penally was a mistake. A great
many people are now realizing this fact and there is a steady
swing back to capital punishment.
* And that small independent island states in this hemisphere
are incapable of protecting themselves and now offer a threat to
the security of the U.S. and, consequently, the world.
This man is the friend of presidents, especially Jack Kennedy
whose assassination, he feels, robbed the nation and the world of
a great leader.
*******
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
An Englishman
has his say
Our discussion arose out of the budget presented in the House
of Commons by the Labour Government of Harold Wilson which
is seen as a desperate effort to save the once great Britain from
complete collapse
I might mention that we had time to go fully into the subject
because my wife and I were guests at his home and so we were
able to have hours of uninterrupted conversation.
"We think we are badly off in the U.S. but the British people
are being taxed oul of existence," he said.
Under this new budget the tax boom has been lowered to take
in even poor people, while the rich man is being practically wiped
off the slate. Wilson, moreover, has stated that his government
will take measures to reach Britons who have escaped with their
money to tax havens abroad.
Put in simple words, this is a "bankrupt budget" brought on by
inflation which the Conservative government under Edward
Heath tried desperately to contain but he lost the fight at the
polls when the great mass of people voted without understanding
the issues. This can happen to any democratic society in this age
of the "common man".
"What is keeping the Bahamian currency up?" was the first
question my friend asked me when we started our discussion.
"I don't know," I said. "As you can see," I added, "the
government is spending money like a lot of drunken sailors."
"Yes," he said, "I do know and that is why I asked you the
question."
During the great depression of the I920's the U.S. dollar was
solid and the pound was reasonably sound. With the backing of
the U.S. the pound was pegged at a fixed level so that it was
possible to trade in sterling with some assurance of stability.
You may recall that some years ago I had a discussion with an
American university lecturer in Economics who has the
reputation of knowing money.
He maintained that, with the safeguards thrown around
American banks after the shocking experience of bank failures
during the great depression, America could not have another
depression ... maybe a recession but not a depression.
For years now we have been waiting to see who was right.
Certainly the U.S. lias had more than one recession and it is now
being admitted that a depression is possible.
I asked my friend about the position in the U.S. today. He
agreed that not only a depression is possible but even national
collapse could take place.
I asked him whether the U.S. dollar was a sound currency and
what were the chances of sterling in the future.
"Everything in the financial world today is relative," he said.
"The U.S. dollar is now a better bet than sterling but there isn't a
single sound currency in the world today."
He was concerned about his own affairs because, even with his
vast experience in finance, he could not be sure of anything in the
future. He was particularly concerned about investments he had
made for his grandchildren.
"Stocks used to be a sound investment," he said. "But there is
no certainty about the best of stocks today. Investments I have
made for my grandchildren may not be worth a damn by the time
they grow up. Only gold offers any security today. As you know,
Americans can't own gold and so I have turned to silver as a
possible hope."
He told me that America has been going backward ever since
President Roosevelt took the nation off the gold standard. This
release from any sort of restraint has encouraged wild spending
by Congress. They have not only spent money freely but they
have given away money that the nation didn't possess. As long as
the government controls the printing presses Congress will go
right on plunging the nation into debt. But the day of reckoning
must come.
(It is interesting to recall that British economist John Maynard
Keynes also advocated deficit financing in Li.gland. Since then
both the U.S. and Britain have been spending money they
couldn't afford. The result has been excessive taxation which, in
England, has now reached the point of strangling industry).
"When I remember that the U.S. came out of the second world
war die richest and most powerful nation in history and see what
is happening to us today," my friend said, "all I can say is that
the prospect for the future is frightening."
"Why doesn't the nation go back on the gold standard?", I
asked.
"This would mean going through a great depression in order to
get readjusted to living within our means," he said. "And
Congress isn't going to do that. Moreover," he added, "they could
never make the people understand the need to tighten their belts
and so they would be voted out of power at the polls. The people
have grown accustomed to wild spending and, even though prices
are soaring as a result, they wouldn't understand th' need for
personal restraint in order to put the nation back on a sound
basis," he said.
"Have you any advice you would like to offer me?", I asked.
"Yes," he said. "Keep out of debt. This is one rule 1 have
EDITOR, The Tribune,
By chance a couple of pages
of the Tribune of 9/3/74 came
into my hands. Your editorial
happened to be on one page. In
it you write of the days when
Britain had a vast empire.
Maybe, but what were the
conditions under which
millions of people were living
at that time? I feel that I can
write with some authority on
the subject having been born
and bred on a millionaire's
estate in 1895, enduring all the
poverty and misery existing at
the time.
My father, a farm labourer
on the estate received a weekly
wage of 12/- from which I /-
was deducted as his week's
pocket money, a further 2/2
was put by for rent, also a
small sum of 3d was saved for
various life insurances; then
there was 4d for the rates and
1/- went each week on a cwt.
of coal by use of which all the
cooking was done. The balance
was supposed to keep a family
of seven in boots, clothing,
food and various other items.
My breakfast, and that of
my brothers and sisters, was
one of three things: A thick
slice of bread with a few grains
of sugar sprinkled on it, or a
similar slice with a small
spoonful of treacle poured over
it, or wait for it a small
bowl of bread crusts with a
nob of dripping on top upon
which boiling water was
poured. And this on a
millionaire's estate where the
dogs were fed on liver and shin
beef.
Luckily, granddad was a
useful poacher (prison if
caught), so occasionally a
rabbit, hare or pheasant was
given us. otherwise it is quite
certain that some of us kids
would have joined the 18 other
youngsters of our small
community in the local
churchyard. They all died of
T.B. And this at a time when
Britain was the richest country
in the world!
What did the huge empire
mean to us? Nothing.
Absolutely nothing. We, the
working classes, were little
more than serfs, cheap labour
for the parasitic upper ten who
lived on our backs.
A few more anecdotes if you
don't mind to show you the
"glory" of British Empire as it
really was and these are not
isolated exceptions.
A person who later lived
next door to my mother
entered service in a certain
Lord's mansion and for three
and a half years was paid the
magnificent sum of nine
pennies per week. Had it not
been for the unions gaining
power there is no doubt
whatsoever that similar wages
would be paid today.
Having been chauffeur to
some of the "nobs" with their
Rolls Royces, two things
appear to be their main
concern in life their money
and their whores!
Had I been given to black
mail 1 could have become quite
wealthy, their amours often
being conducted with little
thought for those around, for
weren't they the big noises, so
who would dare say a word
against them''
I'm reminded of a big
landowner who, in 1930 was
paying his farmworkers 27/6
per week, but was paying 40
pounds per week to one of his
kept women and so it goes on
For instance the ex-British
Ambassador whom I picked up
at the Houses of Parliament (a
Tory MP) and whose first
words to me were: "Smith, a
man wtto used to have an
income of 60,000 pounds a
year now has to manage on
25.000!" What do these swinea
want?
Quite recently John
Ellerman died leaving over 53
million pounds Don't you
think that part of this huge
sum ought to have been shared
with his employees? No
wonder the wealth of this
country is in the hands of 4.4
per cent of the people. And
who are these people? Why of
the same breed who prospered
so patently in the old slave
trading days
On studying Who's Who it
really frightens me at the
amount of Britain still owned
by the so-called upper class. No
wonder a recent journal stated
that were all the land of Britain
owned by the Tories taken
away all that would be left
would be a piece the M/r >l
Yorkshire!
Thank goodness the masses
arc at long last beginning to see
what's been going on for so
long. It is the workers who
really keep the country on its
feet. For instance, when the
miners refused to work on rest
days or do overtime we had to
go on a three-day week.
As for the glorious British
Empire it didn't do a thing for
the working classes People are
better off today without the
empire than they have ever
been. Many have cars and even
go abroad on holiday My
parents never took a day's
holiday in their lives.
The Empire was fine for the
people who controlled the
wealth and power of the
countrv apparently you
seem to think these people
great leaders of humanity. I am
reminded of the wealthy
family with seven cars they
offered me 2/- to work from 7
p.m. to 4.30 a.m. What lovely
people!
My best wishes to you and
the Tribune.
HERBERT E. SMITH
10, Clarendon Rd.,
Ashford Middlesex,
England.
April 25 1974.
[The fact that Britain had
an Empire had nothing to do
with the starvation wages
paid in Britain, as described
by our correspondent.
[The same conditions
existed in the Bahamas until
not many years ago.
[I have often pointed out
in my column that the
excesses of (he capitalist
system at the turn of the
century created the need for
Page 7, Col. 5
followed all my life. I have never allowed myself to fall into the
temptation of borrowing money for any venture or of
contracting debts beyond my ability to meet the obligation if
called upon for payment at any time. It is particularly important
at this time of world financial instability to be free of debt. II
you are wiped out and you are not in debt you can start again
from scratch and rebuild your fortune but if you have a mountain
of debts hanging over your head you are a lost man," he said.
****
I told him that there are people in the Bahamas who feel that 1
could help the situation if I returned to active politics in the
islands. But I have told them that I felt the situation had passed,
the point where I could be of any service ... and that this would
be the best way of destroying myself.
"Don't let anyone con you into getting involved in politics
again," he advised. "You are right. It would be the best way of
destroying yourself with small possibility of being able to change
the present trend in the islands. You did your best to help the
people before the situation got out of hand. They didn't heed
your advice. Now there isn't anything that anyone can do about
it."
I feel that I have been very fortunate in lite. I have always had
friends who could give me sound advice whenever I have needed
guidance in my own affairs.
This good fortune dates back to my greatest of all friendships
when I met Father Chrysostom 54 years ago and he undertook to
train me for the job I have done in life.
Tiie most important fact in my affairs is that I have taken the
advice of friends who I knew had more experience than I in their
own fields of activity.
I am now handing this information on to readers of The
Tribune in the hope that it may cause some of them to pause and
think, especially in the Bahamas where I have said on more than
one occasion that I fear that both government and people may be
riding to hell on a one-way ticket.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Amidst my list of blessings infinite
Stands this the foremost,
"My heart has bled." EDWARD YOUNG
HIGH
TIME
INDEED!
mggm^gtgum^MmmmmmgmmgMfgtm
Arthur Foulkes
writes
IN A PARLIAMENTARY
democracy the Government
can be changed at any time.
The term of office is usually
limited five years in the DIM
of the Bahamas but the
system is supposed to give the
people the opportunity to
intervene in crisis situations. It
is also designed to ensure that
the Government of the Day
remains responsive to the will
of the people.
Sometimes the circum-
stances will demand that
the whole Government resign
and go back to the people.
Sometimes it is sufficient that
the head of the Government
resign and give his party the
opportunity to mount a better
administration within the
terms of their mandate.
Sometimes a curative Cabinet
shuffle is all that is neo
What are some of the
circumstances which indicate
the need for cha:i.
Just months ago the
Conservative Government of
Edward Heath was facing
serious economic problems
which were being compounded
by the threat of a coal mining
strike. The strike would have
brought Britain to her knees
economically.
The Government needed to
know whether the British
people as a whole wanted their
Government to yield to the
demands of the coal mincis
and bring about a settlement 01
whether they wanted the
Government to hold the line
and have a direct confrontation
with the miners.
It was a lerioui enough
situation for the Government
to decide to allow the people
to issue a new mandate and so
Mr. Heath called for elections.
Other circumstances which
demand change are brought
about by crises of confidence
due to incompetence or serious
scandal. If the head of the
Government is unable to
appoint competent Ministers
and to co-ordinate his Cabinet
then he should go. if nol the
whole Government. If scandal
brings the Government into
disrepute then he should go, if
not the whole Government.

It is obvious that no
constitution can outline all the
circumstances under which
change is called for in the
Government of a parliamentary
democracy. So two thill
necessary: honour on the part
of those who are elected to
govern and active concern on
the part ot the people Without
those two elements the nobler
i m pli cations of the
Constitution will mean
absolutely nothing.
It will not be long before
gross incompetence and blatant
corruption become the order
ot the day and, worse still,
maybe even national traditions
which will last for generations.
It appeal*, sadly, that this is
precisely the ItatC towards
which we are rapidly moving in
this Fledgling independent
Commonwealth of the
Bahamas.
Under the leadership of
Prime Minister L. O. Pindling
the twin shadows of
incompetence and corruption
have fallen across the PLP
Government and the governing
party has been reduced to a
cacophonous orchestration of
incessant bickering. self-
condemnation and jungle-style
chest-pounding
It is a shame and a scandal
and a smear on the good name
of this country. Some of those
who elected the PLP to power
are content only to express
then shame in private. Some
do not care and some simply
do not understand. As for
those who were elected in the
PLP some fear too much for
their positions to give honour a
chance and some crave too
much their salaries to give
courage a try.
So we have Oscar Johnson
who is adept at shouting out of
both sides of his mouth at the
same time, who roars like a
lion when it is safe for his
survival and who acts like a
sheep when it is time to fight
for the people he professes to
care so much for.
Mr Johnson had much to
say just recently about how
people arc starving, about how
they cannot make it with
ui.employment and the high
TO THE
POINT
cost of living, conditions which
exist because his beloved PLP
and his beloved princes Lynden
Pindling and Arthur Hanna
have wrecked the economy of
the country.
As a PI P Representative Mr.
Johnson has been a
collaborator in the wreckage
operation, His concern for his
people is mi great that he could
not be found anywhere near
the House of Assembly in 1970
to take part in the
no-confidence vote against the
Prime Minister He was waiting
on the fence to see which way
it would go.
I his same Mr. Johnson is
now not just a back bencher in
the PLP. He is Chairman of the
Bahamas Electricity
Corporation and that makes
him an integral part of the PLP
administration which is
bringing ruin to the country.
There is no way he can escape
the responsibility for ruin. Not
with all his snorting and hissing
and shnutilig.
As a matter of fact. Mr.
Johnson is worse than some of
the rest of the PLP since the
hare-brained solutions he offers
to the nation would only
hasten our Journey to hell,
furthermore he does not
believe in them himself.
Let the Government take
over the distribution of food?
Well, the Government now has
charge of the distribution of
water. Some of that is only fit
to flush the toilet and some
nights there is not enough to
flush with or bathe with or
drink!
Let the Government
subsidize food for the poor?
With what? With more money
from the poor? If Mr. Johnson
wants to subsidize something
he can start subsidizing the
electricity rates but that is not
happening and he is Chairman
of the Electricity Corporation.
It is men like Oscar Johnson
who make a mockery of the
parliamentary system of
democrac) He does not have
the courage of his convictions,
if he has any convictions. He
remains a part and parcel ol
the very thing which he claims
to deplore
Then there is Clement
Maynard who should have
resigned as a Minister long ago.
Not because of his displeasure
with the PLP but because ot
his own failures. He presides
over the ruination of the
Bahamian tourist business, not
to mention Bahamasair. Yet
would he re
Not even after his own
colleagues in the PLP give him
a well-deserved roasting on the
floor of the House. Then again,
why should he when they did
not have the courage to table a
motion and do it properly.

Mr. Edmund Moxey. even il
unwittingly, has stated the case
for proper conduct in a
Page 7, Col. 7
Miss J&B says...
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99
MISS J & B visits THE ANCHORAGE
HOTEL, West Bay Street and shares
the rare pleasure you find in J & B.
Why not find out what a rare pleasure
J & B really is?
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LIGHT and GOLDEN


The Tribune - Saturday, May 11, 1974
CLASSIFIED SECTION
CLASSIFIED ADVS. BRING RESULTS-FAST
TO PLACE YOUR ADV. TELEPHONE 21986 EXT. 5
REAL ESTATE
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.
C14434
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 three
bedrooms 2 baths, only
$33,000.00.
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.
FOR RENT
C14427
ONE room In large home,
single person only. Located on
Victoria & Lancaster St. in
Twynam Estate. Phone 5-1378.
C14511
2 BEDROOM apartment in
new duplex building Boat
Alley, off Market Street.
Information call 5-4258.
C14345
TWO. Furnished and
airconditioned. 1-bedroom
apartments. Contreville. Ring
5-8679. ask for Mr. Pritchard.
FOR SALE
CI445I
REMNANT SALE
NIXON'S UPHOLSTERY
SERVICE Bernard Road.
Phone 41298.
May 12th 12 to 4
C14456
SPACIOUS three bedroom. 2
bath home Seabreeze Estates.
Tastefully furnished, living and
dining area, wall to wall carpet,
carport and laundry, 2 large
patios, airconditioned large
modern kitchen. Phone 4-2867
9:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.
C14443
Come to YAMACRAW
BEACH ESTATES this
Saturday or Sunday. Salesman
on duty from 12 to 6 at
MODEL HOME. Lots from
$5800. $75 deposit. NO
INTEREST. Beach rights.
Tel: 4-1141 or 2-4148 or
2-3027 Morley & O'Brien Real
Estate.
(BREA BROKERS)
C14448
CORNER LOT 110 by 127
(13,700 ft. sq.) SEABREEZE
not far from Canal high and
dry Area Only $6200.00.
CANAL LOTS 100 by 100.
Live on the water for only
$9000.00.
Four lots PRINCE
CHARLES AVENUE only
$6000.00 and $8000.00. If
four bought, big discount
allowed.
DIAL FOR ACTION 22033,
22305 evenings 41197.
FOR SALE OR RENT~|
C14496
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. 3. CHRISTIE LTD. Phone
21041/2/3/4.
FOR RENT
C14543
LARGE unfurnished 1
bedroom apartment. Phone
2-3709 or 3-4881.
C14355
COTTAGES and apartments
monthly airconditioned.
fully furnished, maid service
available. Lovely garden and
swimming pool. Telephone
31297,31093.
C14445
1 BEDROOM apartment,
carpeted. airconditioned,
centrally located. Telephone
2-3010.
C14444
SHOPS AND OFFICES FOR
RENT
Modern airconditioned office
and store space available in
busy shopping area, telephone
and ample parking. Rental fees
will appeal to the business
man with a future. 41301.
C14396
WHY PAY MORE TO SLEEP!!
Furnished rooms Polhemus
Gardens Motel Chippingham
$20,00 weekly Phone 35380
C14526
FURNISHED HOUSE
2 bedroom 1 bath $300 per
month. Location: Winchester
Street off Montrose Avenue
Phone 41377.
C14426
3 BED 2 bath apartment
Johnson Road, Scott Street.
Large area. $165 per month.
Call 53208.
C14348
MAUDONNA APARTMENTS
Corner Mount Royal Avenue
and Durham Street,
Two-bedroom apartments,
completely furnished.
Telephone daytime 28272.
After 6:00 p.m. 53418.
C14449
SUNDAY
p.m.
CONCHREST COTTAGE
CABLE BEACH
Follow red balloons
Accessories and Appliances,
Home, Boat, including 2
freezers and fishing gear, sports
equipment clothes ladies
7-10 (same Designer) Men sizes
42 -44 ALSO bids accepted
for 31 ft. twin diesel Bertram.
i PETS FOR SALE
C14531
FULL BREED German
Shepherd Pups for sale 12
weeks old. See Alexander
Virgil Durham Street off
Mount Royal Avenue Price
1100 00,_______________
CARS FOR SALE
C14347
THE WAKEFIELD
APARTMENTS
Corner Cordeaux Avenue,
Englerston. One and two
bedroom apartments,
completely furnished.
Telephone daytime 2-8272,
after 6:00 p.m. 5-3418.
FOR SALE
C14484
Honda 175 Trail $650. Phone
7-8231 Ext. 7073 ask for
Winston.
C14499
OWNER LEAVING ISLAND
house full of furniture like new
Phone 3-5729 9 a.m. 5
p.m.
C14465
SPECIAL SALE
DOUBLE KNIT POLYESTER
50 different colours
$4.50 per yard
THE YOUNG MISS.
Market Street near Bay.
Telephone 23365
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.)
C14428 .
1967 HILLMAN HUNTER,
mechanically sound, licensed
for 19 74-1975, tested.
$550.00. Phone 2-8048.
c
CRAFT SUPPLIES
C14357
NOW in stock at Bahamian
Paint Supply, Bay Street:-
Decoupage
Clear Cast
Candle Craft
Tissue Craft
Phone 2-2386, 2-2898.
MARINE SUPPLIES
C14464
SPECIAL ^ALE
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.
C14518
GOING REASONABLE 1
Singer Sewing Machine, 1 chest
of drawers. 1 Sputnic Bureau,
double bed, 1969 Beaumont.
Call Mrs. Cole 5-7685.
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.
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.
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 divinq
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
C14532
DOUBLE
headboard
mahogany
linen chest,
call 5-5509.
bed. Mahogany
with cupboards.
footboard with
For information
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.
C1436C
MOVING?
For Expert Packing &
Forwarding by Sea or Air,
Contact E. H. Mundy &
Co. (Nassau) Ltd., P. O.
Box N-1893. Phone
24511.
VROVEDCARGO
RIGHTS
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.
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.
C14548
26' SMACKBOAT, new sails.
rigging, paint. 40 h.p.
Evinrude, big well, strong,
sound, fast. $2,000. Phone
7-4215.
C14350 __
WOLSEY HALL
TMl OXFORD CORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE
Whatever ihe Qualification you -am
C C E O' and A level*. London
Univer*n> Degree. Professional (.
ammatiomor Stinnett Smdte* Wolse)
Hall founded in I *4 gi\e >ou
A guarantee of tuition until >ou nau
row raMnationai noturncatf
A iHitftjnding revoid i>f utveeM For
example *'". of WoUe> Hall tiudenu
Mm * for B A honour degrees have
pa%$ed in che lati 7 > ears
Over 75 >ari of experience mulling in
the itkki efficient mode-n methods of
posial leaching h> airmail if required
Personal tuition to meet >our precise
i eq linemen is
lo feespa>JNch> instalments
ant 10 k'i> ho io
a* a successful future
a free prospeciui to
. aC.
|P?71 -HI. lor
V wwirr wtu oifom m
MARINE SUPPLIES
C14283
3 year old 50' steel hull vessel.
British registered. Built in
Holland. Powered by two 671
GM Diesels. Ideal for fishing or
conversion to Island Cruising.
Call David Lowe, Treasure Cay
Abaco, 150 days, 156 nights]
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.
C14349
PACEMAKER 44 ft.
Luxurious Cruising Yacht.
Phone 3-2371
C14521
22 ft Sea ray 215 OMC
Sterndrive 300 hours, galley,
head, cooler, radio, sleeps four.
Many extras. Immaculate
condition. Phone 77504.
PUBLIC AUCTION
C14508
PUBLIC AUCTION
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his premises on the Western
side of Albury Lane, five
doors from Shirley Street in
the Eastern District of the
Island of New Providence on
Friday the 17th day of May
A.D. 19741 at 12:00 o'clock
noon the following property:-
ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land situate in the
Settlement of Marsh
Harbour at Great Abaco one
of the Bahama Islands and
bounded Northwestwardly
by a Public Road known as
West Bay Street and running
thereon One hundred and
Thirty-three and sixty-six
hundredths (133.66) feet
Northeastwardly by land
formerly the property of
Archibald McBride but now
the property of the Estate
of the late Albert L. Archer
and running thereon One
hundred and fifty-three and
forty-eight hundred!'...
(153.48) feet
Southeastwardly by Crown
land and running thereon
One hundred and Thirty-two
and Fifty hundredths
(132.50) feet and
Southwestwardly by land
now or formerly the
property of Peter Campbell
and running thereon One
hundred and Forty-nine and
Fifty-three hundredths
(149.53) feet.
AND
ALL THAT piece parcel or |
lot of land situate
immediately Westward of
the Settlement of Marsh
Harbour at Great Abaco one
of the Bahama Islands
comprising Lot Number One
(No. 1) of the Dundas Town
Crown Allotments
(hereinafter called "the said
Subdivision") which said
piece parcel or lot of land is
bounded as follows
Northeastwardly partly by a
Thirty (30) foot wide road
reservation in the said
Subdivision and running
thereon Two hundred and
Four and Forty-two
hundredths (204.42) feet and
partly by an arc in the said
Thirty (30) foot wide road
reservation in the said
Subdivision Southeastwardly
partly by an arc in a Forty
(40) foot wide road
reservation in the said
Subdivision and running
thereon One hundred and
Twenty-seven and Fifteen
hundredths (127.15) feet
Southwestwardly by Lot
Number Two (No. 2) of the
said Subdivision and running
thereon Two hundred and
Twenty-six and Eighty-five
hundredths (226.85) feet
and Northwestwardly by
Lot Number One (No. 1) of
the said Dundas Town
Crown Allotments and
running thereon One
hundred and Forty-nine and
Ninety-four hundredths
(149.94) feet.
These properties are being sold
under the power of sale
contained in an Indenture of
Mortgage dated the 24 th day
of March A.D. 1970 between
Kenneth Leon Moss and The
Chase Manhattan Bank N.A.
and recorded in the Registry of
Records in Volume 1686 at
pages 242 to 260.
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and 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 6th day of May
AD. 1974
HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer
PUBLIC AUCTION
C14509
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his premises on the Western
side of Albury Lane, five doors
from Shirley Street in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence on Friday
the 17th day of May A.D.
1974 at 12:00 o'clock noon
the following property:-
ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land comprising the
Western portion of Lot
Number 2 of Block Number
48 in Englerston Subdivision
situate in the Southern
District of the Island of New
Providence aforesaid and
bounded as follows on the
East by another portion of
the said Lot Number 2 and
runninq thereon Fifty and
Eight hundredths (50.08)
feet on the South by Loe
Number 3 of the said Block
Number 48 and running
thereon Ninety-one and
Forty one hundredths
(91.41) feet on the West by
Minnie Street and running
thereon Fifty (50.00) feet
and on the North by a
portion of Lot Number 1 of
the said Block Number 48
and running thereon
Ninety-two and Forty-five
hundredths (92.45) feet.
This property is being sold
under the power of sale
contained in an Indenture of
Mortgage dated the 21st day of
December A.D. 1970 between
Vivian John Smith and
Englerston Limited and
recorded in the Registry of
Records in Volume 1717 at
pages 363 to 369.
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and 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 6th day of May
A.D. 1974.
HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer
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
"VIVA MEXICO
AT
THE DUNDAS CIVIC
CENTRE
May 11th to 18th excluding
Sunday
Curtain time is 8:30 p.m. every
performance
The Box Office is now open at
the Maura Lumber Company
Bay Street, telephone 24001
for rebervations.
C14467
THE NASSAU PLAYERS
present
A COMEDY BY NEIL SIMON
May 6th to 11th
Governor's Hall
Sheraton British Colonial Hotel
8:30 om
Box office at The Trade Winds
i-iquor Store
on Bay Street. 2-2431
C14362
TRAVELLING?
For efficient friendly
advice on Worldwide
Destinations by Airline or
Steamships. Contact
MUNDYTOURS at 24512.

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RIGHTS
In loving memory of Mrs. Ellen
Munnings, our beloved Mother.
Precious and loving mother
Fly across the lonely years
And old home scenes of our
childhood
In fond memories appear
Precious memory how they
linger
How they ever flood my soul
In the stillness of the midnight
Precious sacred scenes unfold.
Never forgotten, sadly missed,
by Gwen Hanna, Doris
Fitzgerald, Lenora Curry,
Freddie Munnings. Audley
Munnings, Frank Munnings and
relatives and friends.
C14441
IN Memory of Mrs. Delphine
Strachan Marshall who passed
on the 10th May 1972.
May the angels take you into
paradise
May the Martyrs come to
welcome you on your way
And lead you into the holy
city Jerusalem
May the choir of angels
welcome you
And with Lazarus who was
once poor
May you have everlasting rest.
Mrs. Elizabeth Strachan
Walters & Family. Mrs. Inez
Richardson & Family.
C14439
In loving memory of our dear
mother MALECIA JANE
WILSON who departed this life
May 11th 1971.
Pass me not oh gentle Saviour
Hear my humble cry
While on others thou art calling
Do not pass me by.
Sadly missed by two daughters,
three sons and grandchildren.
FBNERAL SERVICES
C14547
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
and Phyllis Bastian.
NOTICE
C14402
UNION NOTICE
THE ANNUAL GENERAL
MEETING OF THE
BAHAMAS HOTEL &
CATERING WORKERS
UNION WILL BE HELD ON
SUNDAY MAY 26. 1974 AT
TAXICO UNION HALL,
WULFF ROAD AT 9:00 P.M.
ONLY FINANCIAL
MEMBERS WILL BE
ALLOWED TO TAKE PART
SIGNED: BOBBY GLINTON
GENERAL SECRETARY
POSITION WANTED
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
POSITION WANTED
C14533
YOUNG LADY seeking
position as clerk typist, willing
to learn. Telephone 42106. P.
O. Box 5406.
C14436
YOUNG LADY Bahamian -
with commercial experience
and Stage 2 professional
Book-keeping and
Accountancy seeks position
with progressive firm. Please
write "Book-keeper", P. O.
Box N-3404, Nassau, Bahamas.
C14527
Available excellent full time
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.
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.
HELP WANTED
C14535
YOUNG men between the ages
of 22-28 requred 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
C14339
PHOTOGRAPHIC and
Lithographic Technica
Consultant. Apply in writing to
P O. Box N-226, Nassau,
Bahamas.
C14502
TOP Flight Telephonist/Recep
tionist required for Bahamian
company. Reply in writing to:
Adv. C14502, c/o The Tribune,
P. O. Box N-3207. Nassau.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
C14529
VETERINARIAN Available to
caretake house and pets for
month of July. Phone 5-3177.
WANTED
C14537
_Two used metal ,ype writer
stands in good condition. Call
John Cash, 2-2768, 9 a.m. to 5
p.m.
C14440
A Shoe repair man wanted.
Must have 5 years experience.
$75 per week. Telephone
3-6016.
C14446
BAY STREET Merchant
requires an accountant to
handle full accounting
functions and supervise other
clerical staff 2-3 years
experience required Apply in
writing to Adv. C14446, c/O
The Tribune, P. O. Box
N-3207. Nassau.
C14488
GIRL FRIDAY. Must be able
to type and drive. Must be
alive, enthusiastic and
Versatile.
Apply Adv. C14488, c/o The
Tribune, P. O. Box N3207,
Nassau.
C14438
HARDWORKING handyman
- For information call Tel
5-3723 between 5 and 9 p.m.
C14546
IDEAL lron& 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
526, Nassau.
HASSAU
BUSINESS 6 PROFESSIONAL
DIRECTORY
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Island TV
2-2618
AUTOMOTIVE
Lucas Batteries
Bay Street Garage
2-2434
BOOKSTORE
The Christian Book
Shop 5-8744
BUSINESS FORMS
Executive
Printers
2-4267/5-4011
CABINETMAKERS
Commonwealth
Furniture
31120
CAMERAS
John Bull
2-4252/3
ENTERTAINMENT
Movies
Film & Equip. Service 2-2157
GARDEN & PET
SUPPLIES________
Modernistic Garden Pet
Madeira Shop Plaza 2-2868
Nassau Garden & Pet
Montrose Avenue 2-4259
LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING
New Oriental
Laund.-v
24406
MEN'S WEAR
Fashionrtte Ltd. 2-2376/7
OPTICIANS
Optical Service
Ltd.
2-3910/1
PAPER
Commercial
Paper House
5-9731
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
HARDWARE
lohnS. Geroge 2-8421/6
HOUSE PLANS
Evangelos G. Zervos 2-4128
FOR THE ACTION YOU WANT
TRAVEL
Playtours 2-2931/7
R.H. Curry & Co., 2-8681/7
TV REPAIRS
Channel Electronics Ltd.
3-5478
UPHOLSTERING
Eddie's Upholstering 5-9713
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HELP WANTED
C14450
ASSISTANT ACCOUNTANT
required to be responsible for
general maintenance of
accounting records and
procedures. Applicants should
have a minimum of 5 years
experience preferably with a
knowledge of computerised
work output and, in addition
\o having G.C.E. Ordinary
Level Subjects in Maths and
English, should be at least in
(he process of qualifying
towards a professiona
accounting degree.
Salary will be commensurate
with qualifications and
experience, Please send fu
resume and salary history in
full confidence to John S.
George & Co. Ltd., P. O. Box
6330 E.S. Nassau.
TRADE SERVICES
TRADE SERVICES
C14544
BACKHOE FOR HIRE
Need a septic tank or trenching
done?
Call
CARL G. TRECO
CONTRACTORS LTD.
2-4996 or 5-8725.__________
C14358
SEWING MACHINE PARTS
AND REPAIRS
ISLAND FURNITURE
COMPANY
P.O. Box N4818. Nassau
Dowdeswell and Christie
Streets
Telephone 21197, 2315?
C14344
MASTER TECHNICIANS
LTD., Mackey Street, your
Whirlpool distributor offers
refrigerators, washers, dryers,
compactors. 'reezers. ice
makers, air conditioners and
garbage disposers. With full
warranty on every home
app'iance we sell. Service done
by factory trained mechanics.
Telephone 23713. 5-9322.
Pinder't Castows
Brokerage ltd.
Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU BAHAMAS
P. O. Box N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING. STORAGt
8, PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
:ONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
Phone: 2-3795. 2-3796
2 3797.22798
Aiiport 7-7434
FREE ESTIMATES
HELP WANTED
ft
C14374
SOUTHERN PAINTING
SERVICE
Specialising in spraying house
roofs, furniture, stipple
finishings, appliances.
Telephone 5-1919 (days)
3-6700 (nights).
C14432
LET us do your Building,
Remodeling, Maintenance,
Landscapes. Call THE
CONSULTANTS, 4-2833. Ask
for A. J. Smith. We have over
16 years of expert experience
in the Building Construction
Field.
C14351
T. V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes
apartments and hotels
SALES AND SLRVILtS
Call 5 9404
WORLD OF MUSIC
Mackey Street
Next to Funk's Place
C14400
LANDSCAPING and foi all
your gardening needs,
trimming, hedging, pruning and
,iee felling. Call 5-7810.
LAWNS AND HEDGES.
HELP WANTED
C15136
BORCO TRAINEES
REQUIRED: The Bahamas Oil
Refining Company is seeking
applicants for its operator
trjining 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
given to men between the ages
oi 22 and 35 years old.
Starting salary commensurate
with education. working
background and age.
Representatives of BORCO will
be available for career
discussion at the 2nd Bahamas
Science Exhibition, the A. F.
Adderley High School, in
Nassau, from Sunday May 5th
through Sunday May 12th.
C14447
KING'S INN & GOLF CLUB
requires a Sales Convention
Manager who will be
responsible for communication
and corresponding with our
prospective travel agents,
wholesalers, and ground tour
operators, coordinating
convention functions and
meeting room set-ups.
Knowledge of audio visual
equipment and meeting room
set up procedures essential.
Proven ability to supervise
convention set-ups crew
essential. Good references and
clean police certificate
necessary.
Interested applicants apply to
Personnel Office, King's Inn &
Golf Club, P. O. Boc F-207,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C15155
LIFE GUARD: One (1) Life
Guard to be employed in Pool
Area. Applicant must be a
holder of Red Cross Life Guard
ceitificate or equivalent. Must
have a minimum of two (2)
years experience.
For the above please apr'y to
the Personnel Office Holiday
Inn of Lucavan Beach, P. O.
Box F-760. Freeport, Grand
Bahama, Bahamas.
GRAND BAHAMA
CLASSIFIED
j ANNOUNCEMENTS |
414366
SHAWNEE
Daily Service between West
Palm Beach and West End. For
Reservations call The Grand
Bahama Hotel (Ex. 5).
15140
Mail Order Printing,
"fhermographed printing at
lowest prices in Bahamas and
U.S.A.
14 days delivery guaranteed
Washington Distributors,
Rhone 348-2262 Box F-2921,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
HELP WANTED
C15148
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
TEACHER must have B.S.
degree in Education.
At least 2 years of teaching
experience preferred.
(1 interested, contact Sister
Mary Alice at Mary, Star of the
Sea School, P. O. Box F-2418.
HELP WANTED
C15138
3AIPEM S.p.A. HAS
VACANCIES FOR THE
FOLLOWING POSITIONS IN
THE EXPANSION PROJECT
AT THE BORCO REFINERY:
PIPEFITTERS: Must be able
to cut and weld all kinds of
[iipes. assembling them
according to the isometric
drawings and erecting them
according to the general plan
drawings and P. & I. diagrams.
Five years experience in
petrochemical plants
construction required.
STEEL CARPENTERS: Must
have knowledge of and be able
to cut all kinds of steel plates
and pipes In order to
prefabricate and assemble steel
structures, in accordance with
the drawings. Five years
experience in Petrochemical
plants construction required.
ARGON & ALLOY STEEL
WELDERS: Must be able to
weld all kinds of pipes, in
particular alloy chromium-
molybdenum steel pipes, either
With the shielded arc system or
the tungsten inert gas (argon)
system (tig). Must pass welding
test according to A.S.M.E.
specifications and Borco.
Badger and Snam Progetti
requirements. Five years
experience in oil refineries or
petrochemical plants welding
work and reference papers
from previous employers
required.
MECHANIC MILLWRIGHT:
Mu'.t be able to install
compressors and pumps,
electric motors and steam or
gas turbine and secure
alignment between machineries
and motors. Five years
experience in installation of oil
refineries machinery required.
Only Bahamians need apply in
writing to Saipem S.p.A.
Bahamas Branch P. O. Box
F-2471 Freeport, Bahamas.
C15137 ,
SAIPEM S.p.A. BAHAMAS
BRANCH have the following
vacancies in the BORCO
Refinery expansion proiect:
20 SUPERVISORS: Must have
thorough experience in oil
refineries' mechanical erection,
and write and seapk fluent
Italian and Spanish.
5 X-RAY TECHNICIANS:
Must be able to operate X-ray
or gamma-ray equipment on
piping or structure welds.
Three years experience
minimum required.
5 HEATER ERECTORS: Must
be able to assemble and erect
industrial heaters and furnaces.
Five years experience
minimum required. Only
Bahamians need apply in
writing to: Saipem S.p.A.
Bahamas Branch P. O. Box
F-2471 FroeDort. Bahamas.
C14397
JOP TITLE INDUSTRIAL
ELECTRICIANS
Minimum Education Good
basic education.
Minimum Experience 5 years
experience, preferably in
cement plant or similar
industry.
Duties/Responsibilities
Inspect, repair, install and wire
al> electrical apparatus, devices
and circuits of any voltage in
cement planl oi ' z'""d area.
Interested applicants contact
Personnel I apartment, Bahama
Cemenl Company, P. O. Box
F-100, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C15151
Job Title PROCESS
ENGINFER
Minimum Education 1119*1
School or College Graduate.
Training in the art and
necessity of attaining
maximum efficiency in Cement
Manufacturing Process.
Minimum Experience 3-5
years.
Du ties/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. O. Box
F-100, Freeport. Grand
Bahama.
C15156
ASSISTANT PASTRY CHEF:
One (1) Assistant Pastry Chef.
Must be able to run a pastry
shop on his own. Must have
knowledge of French Pastry,
Assorted Pies, Gourmet
Desserts. Must be able to make
outstanding decorative cakes
wedding cakes etc. Must have
two (2) years experience.
For the above please apply to
the Personnel Office, Holiday
Inn of Lucayan Beach, P. O.
Box F-760, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, Bahamas.
C15153
TWO (2) MAINTENANCE MEN
Individuals should be first
grade carpenters and possess
extensive experience and
ability in general maintenance.
Preference would be given to
applicants with good
references.
Apply to-. Grand Bahama
Development Co. Ltd.
Personnel Dept. Lucayan
Building, P. O. Box F-2666.
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
IN MEMORIAM
C15154
In loving memory of the late
Mrs. Leanora Elizabeth
Adderley, of Long Bay Cay,
Andros. A devoted loving
Mother and Missionary to the
Cause of God. Left behind
three sons, one daughter, one
sister, two brothers, seven
grand children, nine great
grand children and a host of
relatives and friends.
Bay Street Garage
eo0i
Phone 2-2082
Ci4335
.lob Title GENERAL
REPAIRMEN
Minimum Education Good
basic education.
Minimum Experience 5-10
year-.
Duties/Responsibilities
Inspects. repairs. replaces.
installs, adjusts, and maintains
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.
Interested applicants contact
Personnel Department, Bahanij
Cement Company, P. O. Box
F-100. Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C15135
BORCO TRAINEES
REQUIRED: The Bahamas Oil
Refinng Company (BORCO)
requires Trainee Laboratory
Technicians (male) in its
Product Control Laboratory.
Applicants should possess
G.C.E. or equivalent
qualifi:ations 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.
COMMONWEALTH OF
THE BAHAMA ISLANDS
TENDERS FOR
TREASURY RILLS
The Treasurer hereby gives notice that tenders will
be received on Tuesday. 14th May, 1974 for
Treasury Bills to be issued under the Public
Treasury Bills Act 1959 and the Public Treasury
Bills Amendment Act 1965 on Thursday. 16th
May. 1974 as follows
Bills denominated and payable in
Bahamian dollars................BS3,500,000.00.
The bills will be in minimum multiples of SI00 and
are redeemable ninety-one (91) days from the date
of issue.
The bills will be issued and paid at the Bahamas
Monetary Authority. Details of payment will be
notified to successful tenderers in letters
acceptance
Each lender must be in a sealed envelope marked
lender" addressed to:-
THEBANKING MANAGER
Bahamas Monetary Authority
And should be delivered to the office of the
Authority in the E.D. Sassoon Building, comer of
Shirley and Parliament Streets, Nassau before 3:00
p.m. on Tuesday. 14th May. 1974.
Tenders must be made on special forms which may
be obtained from the Bahamas Monetary
Authority and the Commercial Banks and must be
for not less than the minimum amount stated in
paragraph 2. Tenders must state the net price per
cent (being a multiple of one cent) which will be
paid.
The Treasurer reserves the right lo reject any or all
tenders.
The Treasury Department
Nassau, Bahamas
7th May. 1974
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Roker sent on 8 other doctors


AT LEAST eight doctors more than
the 18 mentioned by Health Minister
Loftus Roker Wednesday have left the
Princess Margaret Hospital over the past
18 months.
The names of the 18 were disclosed in
the House in answer to questions raised
by Clarence Town representative Michael
Lightboum (Ind.).
But according to a Tribune story of
February 10, which has never been
denied by the Minister, there are an
additional eight doctors whose names
were never mentioned by Mr. Roker.


The Tribune story referred to Dr. S.
Shakur, a radiologist with 25 years
experience who replaced Dr. Richard
Morgan but left after only three weeks
because he felt the Ministry of Health was
not interested in improving the condition
of the department.
Dr. N. Patheek, a surgeon with 12
years experience in the United Kingdom
declined to renew his contract.
Dr. I. Jatala, also in the surgical
department and with 15 years experience,
resigned and left.
Dr. Mike Wallace, a consultant surgeon,


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LEADERS of
Musicians and Entertainers


Unin served notice today
th*t their instructions
froxn members are to v4
that Tourism Ministry
plans to import foreign
performers for Goombay
Summer are scrapped. ,
"It is this union's concern to'.
sbe that these groups don't'
come," declared union
:s ;.'ident Duke Hanna.
u an interview today Ie
declined to discuss probable
S union action if the Ministry
persists in bringing in the
groups. But, speaking of
members' reaction to any
Ministry rejection of the
union's demand, he said "I
don't think it will be good."
Tourism Minister Clement T.
Maynard first announced his
S Ministry's plans to import
foreign groups for Goombay
Summer at a meeting of travel
industry leaders in New York
on April 30. The news broke
locally on May 1, and that was
the first the union heard of the
plans.
"The union takes strong
exception to the fact that out
of the 12 weeks of Goombay
Summer foreign groups will be
appearing during eight weeks,"
Mr. Hanna told The Tribune.
"One thing we should make
clear is this: the union is not
averse to cultural exchange,"
the unionist continued. "But
the union feels strongly that
Goombay Summer should be
completely Bahamian, with all
facets of indigenous arts and
crafts included.
"We insist that any cultural
exchange should not be done
at the expense of and to the
detriment of our own national
development.
"We feel that an
international festival can be
arranged, but along different
lines and at a different time
front Goombay Summer.
"We feel that the appearance
of such strong international
groups during Goombay
Summer ill completely blot
out the image, of our own
Bahamian culture and, I am
sure, will induce people to go
to the countries those groups
are from, to the detriment of
our own tourism develop-
ment."
He pointed out that local
entertainers have been invited
by the Ministry to kick off the
Goombay Summer Festival on
June 3 for free, "while the
foreign groups are bound to be
handsomely remunerated."
He went on: "After three
successful years of Goombay
Summer with the participation
of all indigenous people we
have looked forward to


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-.. ay Summer with
enthusiasm, :and have always
co-operated with the Ministry
in whatever. requests they have
made to:. q with regard to
GoombayiSnmmer," he said.
"However, we are saddened
and disappointed to hear that
after three successful years
suddenly the Ministry feels
that Bahamian musicians and
entertainers should no longer
be the feature of Goombay


bringing in foreign groups were
formulated "way back in
1970".
But the union was never
consulted in all that time, Mr.-
Hanna asserted, and he said the
union suspects it was because
the Ministry knew the union
would object strongly.
"He also said," Mr. Hanna
continued, "that he feels
Goombay Summer should have
another dimension, something


...By MIKE LOTHIAN


Summer.
"They are destroying the
pride we had in Goombay
Summer," he added.
Mr. Hanna said the union
also took exception to the fact
that Mr. Maynard chose to
announce the plans for
importing foreign groups -
without any mention of
Bahamian groups on foreign
soil, without ever consulting
the union.
"All our members are
extremely upset."
Following the Minister's
announcement the union held
an emergency meeting last
Sunday, May 5, when officers
were instructed to meet with
the Minister on the matter.
Mr. Maynard, however was
off the island, and it was not
until 2 p.m. yesterday that the
unionists were finally able to
meet with assistant tourism
director Basil Albury,
co-ordinator of the Goombay
Summer programme.
"He was not at all happy to
see us," Mr. Hanna observed.
Mr. Albury, he said, told the
unionists that plans for


new, and that is the reason
they are bringing in the foreign
groups.
"The union wants to know
why we must always look
outside the Bahamas rather
than try to develop the talent
we have."
Part of the Ministry's
budget, he said, should be
allocated to developing a
Bahamian national dance
troupe.
There was also a meeting of
the Tourism Advisory Board -
whose members are drawn
from unions, the hospitality
industry, the Ministry and
members of the public at 3
p.m. Friday.
Mr. Maynard, although he
was unable to meet with the
union over the past week and
could not attend the meeting
with the union an hour
earlier, was present to chair the
Board meeting. He had only
just returned to the island, the
union was told.
The Board meeting also took
up the question of the foreign
groups, and recommended that
the union meet again with the


resigned and left, allegedly because of the
quality of hospital treatment given one of
his patients.
Dr. M. Coates, anaesthetist, also left as
did Dr. M. Ritchie, a Bahamian who quit
to go into private practice.
Dr. R. E. Hart, a chest specialist
trained by Dr. Richard Cory, one of the
Caribbean's outstanding medical men, left
because the Ministry reportedly would
not renew his contract.
Dr. Stephen Cash, a Bahamian,
completed his bounding, period and left
to go into private practice.


Ministry 10 a.m. Monday to
try to resolve the dispute. As
Mr. Maynard, apparently, is
again to be off the island,
tourism director Basil Atkinson
and Mr. Albury are to meet
with the union, and the Board
recommended that the Minister
delegate to them authority to
make a final decision on the
matter.
Mr. Hanna said he
understands seven or eight
groups from the U.S., Trinidad,
Venezuela Mart.ique and
elsewhere have been contacltd
by the Ministry. Negotiations
with some on the terms of
their appearances here have
been completed, he added.
He emphasised that the
union's position at Monday's
meeting will be that those
groups not perform here during
Goombay Summer.
"The musicians and
entertainers are standing by,
they are watching to see what
is going to happen at this
meeting," he said.
Only after the meeting if
the Ministry stands firm on its
plans will the union be in a
position to decide on a course
of action, he said.
Mr. Hanna's remarks today
came as an echo of a scathing
attack on Mr. Maynard and his
Ministry in the House
Wednesday by Coconut Grove
M.P. Edmund Moxey. Mr.
Moxey termed the apparent
cut-back in Bahamian
grass-roots involvement in
Goombay Summer "an insult
to the intelligence of the
people." Mr. Moxey was
supported in the House by
several other PLP
backbenchers.


JUMBEY VILLAGERS DEMONSTRATE


JUMBEY VILLAGE artisans
today joined the growing
furore over the alleged lack of
Government co-operation in
pushing Bahamiana on the
local tourist market, by staging
a demonstration on Prince
George Wharf.
PLP backbencher Edmund
Moxey, M.P. for Coconut
Grove spotlighted Jumbey
Village in the House
Wednesday, when he attacked
the Tourism Ministry for
cutting the cultural centre
from the Goombay Summer
programme.
Three men, a woman and
two children carried placards in
this morning's three-and-a-
half'-hour demonstration,
which they began at 7:30;
On the line were Brice Hall,
inventor and designer of
coconut shell jewelry and the
group's spokesman, Wesley
Campbell, a writer who helps
with Jumbey Village
promotion, Lawrence
McKinney, who also assists in
promotion, Ellen Adderley,
who is responsible for the
Village's needlecraft and bead
store, Cleve Rahming, whose
mother invented souvenirs
from casuarina bulbs, and
Allen Brice, whose
grandmother runs the Village's
native restaurant.
Some samples of the


placards they carried:
"Why are we not included in
the tours, Mr. Minister of
Tourism?"
"We are proud of our
country but we are starving in
our country. Why?"
"Tourists want Bahamian-
made souvenirs, not souvenirs
made in Hong Kong."
'"Taxi drivers too should
bring tourists to Jumbey
Village."
"Now what is the Minister
doing for the over-the-hill
people?"
"Try Bahamian native food
at Jumbey Village."
"Buy genuine Bahamian
hand-made souvenirs at
Jumbey Village. Not imports."
In a prepared statement the
group said:
"We are demonstrating
against the ineffectiveness of
the Minister and the Ministry
of Tourism in not promoting
indigenous arts and crafts as
exhibited in Jumbey Village.
''We are equally
disappointed in the broken
promises of the Minister in not
instructing tour companies to
include Jumbey Village in their
routine.
"We feel that our craft is of
a better quality than anything
imported, and we help to keep
the money in the country."
Mr. Hall asserted that


Tourism Minister Clement T.
Maynard on April 8 "in my
store at Jumbey Village told
me personally," that he would
get the Village included in tour
itineraries.
Mr. Hall added that the
April 8 meeting represented
the first occasion on which Mr.
Maynard, to his .knowledge,
had ever been to Jumbey
Village.
Mr. Hall said they were
ending today's demonstration
at Prince George Wharf at
about 11 o'clock because by
that time most of the cruise
ship passengers had left for a
day on shore, and because they
wanted to be at Jumbey in case
any of them went there.
He added that the Jumbey
craftsmen are moving their
wares into sidewalk stalls
outside the Village on Blue Hill
Road, because he said
hundreds of tourists pass every
day in rental vehicles or on
tours.
"If the tourists won't come
to us we will go to the
tourists," he said.

SERVICE CANCELLED
FUNERAL services for Mr.
Foster Weech Sr., which were
to have been"held at Faith
Temple tomorrow have been
cancelled. A new date will be
announced later.


Nksco jet

heldin

Newark

NEWARK, NEW JERSEY
- A Boeing 707 jetliner
police said belonged to
international financier Robert
L. Vesco landed at Newark
Airport Friday and was
impounded.
Vesco, who is wanted in
this country on two
indictments, was not aboard
the plane, police said. A crew
of three was not held, and the
plane was impounded by the
sheriff's office.
Police could not say where
the plane flew in from, and
the sheriff's office was not
immediately available for
comment.
The United States tried
unsuccessfully to get Vesco
extradited from the Bahamas.
He is wanted in New York
State on an indictment
charging embezzlement of
$50,000 from one of his
companies, International
Controls Corp. of Fairfield,
New Jersey.
He also was indicted by a
federal grand jury in New
York on a charge of
conspiring with former
Attorney General John N.
Mitchell and former
Commerce Secretary Maurice
H. Stans to halt an
investigation into his financial
affairs by the U.S. Securities
and Exchange Commission.
Mitchell and Stans were
acquitted of conspiracy,
obstruction of justice and
perjury charges last month
following a trial in U.S.
district court in New York.

WHY DID

CENTRAL BANK

ARCHITECTS

RESIGN?

CLARENCE TOWN MP
Michael Lightbourn has asked
Finance Minister Arthur D.
Hanna why Jamaican
architects Rutkowski,
Bradford and Partners have
resigned from the Central
Bank project.


The resignation
announced a week ago.


was


Mr. Lightbourn, in
questions tabled in the House
on Wednesday, is asking for
the date on which the
resignation was tendered,
how much money has been
paid to the firm, whether any
money is owed to them, and
for the total fee which was to
have been paid to the firm.
He is also asking Home
Affairs Minister Darrel Rolle
to advise the House of the
name of the insurance
company with which the four
police patrol boats are
insured.
It was revealed in
Wednesday's House meeting
that insurance premiums have
totalled from $52,000 to
$61,000 a year since the
launches were commissioned
in March, 1971.


$28,000 FIRE

FIRE CAUSED $28,000
worth of damage to an
apartment occupied by Mr. &
Mrs. Charles Marshall this
morning at 4.42 a.m. at the
corner of Dowdeswell St. and
School Lane
The apartment building,
owned by K.S. Darling, is
valued at $90,000.

SCIENCE EXHIBIT
THE Bahamas Science
Exhibition which opened last
Sunday at the A. F. Adderley
Junior High School
Auditorium on Harold Road,
will remain open through
Sunday, until 9 p.m.

NEW PASTOR
THE REV. C. W. Saunders is
to be installed as the new
pastor of Salem Baptist
Church, Taylor Street, in a
3.30 p.m. service at the church
tomorrow.
Pastor Saunders replaces the
Rs. Bnoch Backford who
retired in February.


SHOBEK:'I WAS DIVINELY



ORDERED TO DESTROY



THE ANGEL OF LUCIFER'


MICHIAH SHOBEK.
accused of the January 18
killing of visiting New Jersey
accountant Irvin Bernstein,
44, took the witness stand in
his own defence late Friday
and testified that he was
divinely instructed to "destroy
the Angel of Lucifer".
The 19-year-old youth, led
in evidence by defence
attorney Randol F. Fawkes
following the close of the
Crown's case by attorney Janet
Bostwick and junior counsel
Pericles Maillis said he
"destroyed him because he was
an angel of the devil."
Several times Shobek's
sing-song voice wavered as a
smile broke out across his face.
Reading two poems and
admitting to the court that he
had filed a song: "I'm A
Civilized Black Man," with the
Library of Congress,
Washington, D.C.. lie showed
no sign of remorse and stated
that "destroying is beautiful if
it's done in the right respect
There's a time for everything"
His poems: "Junkie" and "I
Was A Witness" were in
harmony with what he did and
also with "love" he said.
IN RED INK
His poem "I witnessed twA,
murders" was written in red
ink. It reads as follows:
"I was a witness it' Iw,
murders
"I was so alive that the very
bracelet on my hand if cut will
bleed.
"People are constantly
covering the cause of their
greed.
"It's truly a disease and
quite contagious
"True love isn't a colour, it's a
rare breed
"Death has been from of old
with its evil rust
"Fell through my mind to j/nd
you're a witty but dying nation
"Fell through my mind to find
thga the gates are about
close in revelation."
In his evidence that lasted
for almost two hours bet )re
court was adjourned uri;'
Monday by Chief Justice
Leonard J. Knowles, he said he
"had to destroy him
(Bernstein)."
"If I didn't destroy the man
I would be setting myself up
for reproof, for punishment."
he told the court.
Shobek said he was ordered
to go to the Nassau
International Airport on the
night of January 17 and


By SIDNEY DORSETT

"destroy" Bernstein by "his
father".
lie latei said "his father"
was 'God."
He met Bernstein at the
airport and asked him if he
wanted a taxi-cab. When
Bernstein said yes, he put his
bag into the back of the rented
brown car and asked him
where to go.
'PLA('E APPOINTED'
Bernstein told him he was
going to a hotel on Paradise
Island, but Shobek said they
drove stnught past the resort
and "I took him to the place
appointed"
lie played with Bernstein's
hair and asked him questions
about the race track and casino
to keep his mind off where
they were going during the
drive. Shobek said.
"I could see his mind was 11
d,,rkness. A fool walks in
darkness but a wise man keeps


his eyes in his head," he said
proverbially.
"When I touched his leg and
said come on, he said 'let's go
to the hotel'," Shobek
testified.
"I took out my weapon of
war when Bernstein opened
the car door to get out." After
playing with it for a while, "I
fell on the angel of death" and
"destroyed" him, he said.
STEVIE WONDER
The adjournment came
during cross-examination by
Mrs. Bostwick. Questioning
Shobek on his narrative, she
asked him if a bone-handled
dagger was the weapon used.
"A knife was not used. I
can't tell you what was used.
I'm tired now," Shobek said.
He also told the prosecution
attorney that he swayed his
head from side to side because
that's how Stevie Wonder did
when he sang.
"Stevie Wonder is about the
only friend I've got," Shobek
said.


CJ. RULES SHOBEK'S

CONFESSION ADMISSIBLE
Chief Justice Leonard Knowles yesterday ruled a police
confession made by murder accused Michiah Shobek admissible.
In his statement, read to the court by Det. Insp. Arthur
Yearwood, Shobek said he came to Nassau about two weeks
before (the statement was taken by police on January 27) and
that he got "a man in the street" to rent a car for him because he
was too young to do so himself.
He said in his concession that one night about i qO'clock he
drove to th'e airport alone. There -were no taxis around and ie
met a white man a fat man, carrying a black piece of luggage.
He said he was parked and sitting in his car when the man
walked up and asked for a cab. The man told him he wanted to
be taken to the Holiday Inn.
The youth said he started driving "and rapping to him" so as to
distract him from where he was taking him. He drove on until he
came to "a dark spot."
When he t adicd the "dark spot" Shobek said he pulled his
knife on the man and ordered him to hand over his money. The
man, according to the statement, handed him about $400, but he
also told him to sign all the travellers cheques he had and to pass
them over too- This the man did.
In order to prevent his victim running off, Shobek's statement
related how he also asked the man to undress. Afterwards he said
he intended to kill him and stabbed him once.
'Shobek said the man asked him why he was going to kill him
and then attacked him. Shobek said he then stabbed his victim
several more times. He also took his clothes and threw them
around the area.
And before he left the scene he said he went to the sea and
washed his hands.
Shobek also admitted leaving his shades and a pen that had
fallen from his shirt pocket at the scene.


Cost of living still rising


LIVING COSTS for New
Providence increased 1.0 point
or 0.84 per cent from 118.8 on
February to 119.8 in March.
according to the Department
of Statistics. This brings the
cost of living increase to 3.51
per cent for the first quarter of
the year.
Groups contributing the
largest increase were transport.
which rose by 3.2 points or
2.71 per cent. and food and
non alcoholic drinks, which
rose by 1.6 points or 1.29 per
cent.
Other groups showing
increases were clothing and
footwear- 0.57 per cent:
housing-0.53 per cent and
personal care-0.09 pei cent.
The transport index rose by
3.2 points or 2.71 per cent
from 117.7 in February to
120.9 in March, contributing
the most significant increase to
the overall index.
The increased cost of
gasoline, cost of cars, and
repairs and maintenance to
cars, showed increases of 0.21,
0.05 and 0.02 of a point
respectively.
The health and personal care
index indicated a slight change
in March rising by 0.09 per
cent from 114.7 in February to
114.9 in March. Increased
prices of toothpaste
contributed 0.01 of a point to
this increase.
Recreation and reading
showed a decrease in March of
0.42 per cent from 118.8 in
February to 118.3. Reductions
in prices of drinks in bars
I contributed 0.02 of a point to


this decrease.
Food items recording
the major price changes were
sausages, tro/en conch, sugar,
baby food, corned beet, rice,
sweet potatoes, bacon, lamb.
The housing index increased
by 0.6 of a point or 0.53 per
cent iII March. Main
contributors to this increase
were bed linen and sitting
room furniture which rose by
ISLAND ASSOCIATION
ELECTS OFFICERS
OFFICERS aiid directors for
1174-75 were elected at the
annual general meeting of the
Bahamas Out Island
Association, held Thursday at
the Gleneagles Hotel.
Re-elected president to serve
for a third term was Brett King
of the Coral Sands Hotel.
Harbour Island. Vice-president
will be Hans Zaunmayr of the
Treasure (ay Hotel, Abaco and
the treasurer will be Roy
Schmidt of the Romora Bay
Club, Harbour Island.
Directors for the coming
year will be the officers plus
Roy Davis, Eastern Airlines; H.
R. (Rusty) Bethel, Hopetown
Harbour Lodge; Kenneth
Le eming, Mackey Inter-
national Airlines; Joseph
Stehlin, San Andros Hotel; and
M. Oakley Bidwell, Hawks Nest
Club, Cat Island.
The executive secretary of
the Association is Mrs. Page
Arey.
The next regular general
meeting of the Association will
be held at the Nassau Beach
Hotel on June 14.


0.04 of a point each, and
detergents which rose by 0.02.
Drapes and rugs showed a
decrease of 0.03 of a point
The clothing and footwear
index for March rose 0.57 per
cent to 123.5 from 122.8 in
February. Men's and women's
clothing, which rose by 0.04
and0.03 of a point, were
significant to this increase.


CROSSWORD
PRIZE UP
STILL no winner of The
Tribune Crossword Puzzle,
but the prize is increased by
another $100 this week.
An Orlando Clipper Cutham
de luxe with 50 h.p. Johnson
or Evinrude motor and Gator
trailer, worth over $4,550 La
the fabulous prize to the
lucky winner.
Added to this is a $200
Maura Lumber gift voucher.
Last week's solution In
found on pae 5 aS d this
week's new puzzle is found
on the back pqe.


foreign


-Mamma


BhP


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2 The Tribut .* Saturday, May 11, 1974


LABOUR---
LEAP

FURTHER
AHEAD
I ON DON An opinion poll
hovwed Prime Minister Harold
',ilson Labour Party running
ilhiid it the Conservative
tplitl!n ', despite a corruption
i : ihil.
I hc pull, conducted by the
'pint'n Research Centre for
L,' i ldtnt I evening Standard,
iied i, ti an overwhelming
ialist. win if Wilson called
general election.now.
Ill government now
.,iininands only a minority of
:ltc Hlise of Commons and
.irvives on the votes of
Sibetials uand Independents.
Wit It "don't knows"
l!miit.c t. the poll gave voting
lti i,'i s. ,i s abour 45 per
i Conservative 35, Liberal
1 ofi; others 4.
i\ fmnth ago the figures
C. t L.iabor 42.5 per cent,
t .. 'tati'e 35 5, Liberal 18
tid o lic's 4.
li .is,) showed that 60 per
Cnr t those questioned
ilhii tit Wilson personally was
oil ai] gotd job compared
ill i0 per cent a month ago.
Since Wilson and the Labour
l'it\s ousted I dward Heath's
t( ,Isci.vatives, Labour has been
I.k , \ the jailing on
., ifipoti l cltarges of T. Dan
"stllith. .1 party boss in
\, ilhcrn I gland. (AP)

Wallace in

line again
\\ X\GSl;TlION Crippled
,.'re Wallace has laid the
,otindwa!,rk for a new bid for
llit. pc.sitdency of the United
Sit n',s with his sweeping
i\ !'0or a third-term
fi.. i Governor of
\Uib:iilna
S he guilty survivor of
ilit ital violence in America
,jskls outdistanced four
)liftncrats in the pnmary
I, I if 1i ITuesday. His
,'II to an unpre-
(dented third term now
S.lnsidcred certain over a
i pu .-in opponent in
!ill n er.
I lic 54-year-old Governor
A n io re than 60 per cent of
Clie votc a truly one-sided
i"tt i(r\ that is certain to
niltin ce his chances as a
I est",; mtil contenderr in 1976.
11 1r,, titwally ensures that he
vill holil the political power
hase l tlhe governorship when
the Democrats convene to
select their presidential
candidate two years from now.


Hijackers



demand



$300,000


PEREIRA, Colombia a
Colombian national Avianca
jetliner hijacked Friday by men
demanding $300,000 ransom
was flown from Cali to Pereira
in Eastern Colombia today
with 92 persons aboard.
The plane landed at
1346 gmt at the Matecana
airport.
After touching down in the
capital city of Bogota last night
and spending 8V/2 hours on the
ground in Call, the plane
returned the 150 miles to
Pereira, the city where the
flight originated and the
hijackers boarded Friday.
Police ordered special
security measures and held
back friends and relatives of
the passengers being held
hostage aboard the Boeing 727.
The government has refused
to bargain with the abductors,
telling them either to fly on to
Cuba or surrender.
But the captain said the men
did not want to go to Cuba
because they had criminal
records.
The plane was siezed as it
passed over Bogota with 112
passengers and six crew
members aboard. It was
allowed to land in Bogota,
before going on to Cali, and to
discharge 26 persons, including
women, children and old men.
"They allowed us to
disembark after the captain
asked them not to require
women with children and some
old men to travel any farther,"
said Dora Urrea.
She said there were "four or
six of them, poorly dressed and
young ... one of them carried a
box and said it was a bomb. He
was only three paces from me
but it was impossible to
determine whether it really was
an explosive."
Another unidentified
passenger said an abductor


MIAMI Ex-c
Gokey says he
unhappy when hi
to high society
lie bought a yach
$4 million check.
"I'm just so r
over," said Goke
that he was n
contest charges
him by local polih
"It's an as
pressure, being r
You meet such
anyway."
Miami police
trying today
Gokey's financial


with a pistol faced the
passengers and told them not
to leave their seats.
"If someone tries to escape
all will be killed," the
passenger quoted the skyjacker
as saying.
After a long radio exchange
in Cali between Captain
Arboleda, Colonel Alfredo
Castro Alvarez, the police
commandant in Cali, and Sabas
Pretel, Avianca president, radio
communications were broken.
Avianca sent a fresh crew to
Cali Saturday morning to
relieve Captain Arboleda who
was reported fatigued by
tension and lack of sleep.
It was not reported
immediately whether the
hijackers allowed the crew to
board the plane since their
most insistent demand had
been that no one approach the
aircraft.
However, at 7:30 a.m. local
time, the terrorists let two
airport employees aboard to
deliver breakfast for 92
persons.
This was the fourth jetliner
hijacking of the year in
Colombia.
Two hijackings were
frustrated by crew members.

A PASSENGER jumped to
freedom Saturday from the
hijacked jetliner and said there
were many sky pirates aboard
the Avianca National Airline
company Boeing 727, local
radio station Todelar reported.
There were 92 persons
aboard the plane when it
landed here Saturday,
including six crew members
and the abductors. Until the
passenger escaped, it was
believed from four to six
young men had commandeered
the plane Friday while on a
flight over Bogota. (AP)


The jet-setter
*onvict J. Alan "This guy has conned
wasn't all that everybody in the world. I just
is jet-set fling don't believe it," said Miami
ended after detective Gerald Green, who
t with a bogus taped Gokey's confession and
made it public.
believed it's all Gokey, who served time in
ey, 29. adding New York's Attica State Prison
not going to on a forgery conviction, was
filed against arrested as he drove a Cadillac
ce. into the exclusive Palm Bay
awful lot of Club. He was charged with
rich like that. possession of a stolen motor
tacky people vehicle, and police say more
charges are pending.
were still The club, which once
to untangle refused memberhsip to former
dealings. Vice President Spiro Agnew,
had issued Gokey a guest card
and allowed him to dock his
120-foot yacht "Intent". along
with its crew of seven.
[l] ^ ~ "If people think you have
money, they don't dare insult
you by asking you for
credentials," Gokey told
police.
Police gave these details of


President escapes

in crash drama
SAN DOMINGO President Joaquhi Balaguer was
shaken up but otherwise unijured late last night when the
helicopter he was riding in crashed and burned during a
rainstorm in the hills outside this Dominican capital.
The 66-year-old President, who had been campaigning
during the day for his re-election bid in next Thursday's
presidential contest, said: "My faith in God is stronger than
ever" after the accident.
Balaguer went on state television shortly before midnight
to tell what had happened and to quash rumours that he
had been killed or injured.
He said he and his official party had flown in their
helicopter from the northern coastal city of Puerto Plata,
150 miles from Santo Domingo, when the chopper flew
into a heavy rainstorm as it neared the capital.
According to newsmen flying in another helicopter
behind that of the president, the chopper's main rotor
system was damaged and the helicopter began losing
altitude.
The pilot made a forced landing on a hill some 27 miles
northwest of Santo Domingo, Balaguer and his party ran
from the smashed chopper, and then it burst into flames.
(AP)


ELECTION

RIVALS

IN TV

DEBATE
PARIS France's two
presidential candidates met in
a face-to-face television
debate last night, and
observers rated the outcome a
near draw.
The debate officially
opened the week-long
campaign for the May 19
election runoff.
The state television
network estimated that 30
million viewers more than
half the population of France
- watched Finance Minister
Valery Giscard d'Estaing.
supported by most of the
ruling Gaullist party, and
Socialist leader Francois
Mitterrand.
A poll by a radio station
indicated that Giscard
d'Estaing had a slightly more
favourable impact on viewers.
But only 10 per cent of the
respondents said the debate
would help them decide how
to vote. (AP)


Karpov

crushes

Spassky

MOSCOW Anatol Karpov
established a convincing claim
as a challenger for Bobby
Fischer's world chess title last
night, defeating former world
champion Boris Spassky and
eliminating him from the
candidates' competition.
With his victory in the 1 th
game of the scheduled 20-game
semifinal, the 23-year-old
Soviet chess prodigy gained a
berth in the final round of a
gruelling tournament to find a
man to take on Fishcer next
year.
Karpov's triumph over
Spassky in the match was
surprisingly easy.
Spassky managed to win
only one game, the opener.
Soviet chess insiders say
Spassky never recovered from
his defeat at Fischer's hands.
They say his poise and
confidence were so badly
damaged he may be finished as
a top-rank chess player. (AP)


SORRY

PEGGY,

YOU'RE

TOO

PRETTY

ROCK ISLAND, Illinois -
Peggy Hughes says she was not
entirely displeased when
International Harvester fired
her from its shipping
department.
Company officials, she said,
had concluded she was too
pretty.
"In a way, I felt sort of
complimented," said the
blonde Miss Hughes, 28.
"I never thought of myself
as a pretty girl. I'm just an
average looking woman."
Miss Hughes, about 5 foot 5
and 110 pounds, worked for a
month packing heavy
machinery at $5.11 an hour in
Harvester's Farmall plant here.
She was fired March 15.
"The personnel manager
told me I would be reinstated
when a new job opened up,"
she said. But later, she said, the
general foreman told an official
of Local 1390 of the United
Auto Workers that she received
"too much male attention."
The union failed to settle
the dispute and the Rock
I island Human Relations
Commission voted this week to
take the case to the Illinois
Fair Employment Practices
Commission.
Henry Woods, an
investigator for the local
commission, said company
officials told him Miss Hughes
had good work and attendance
records but added that "male
coworkers found her so
attractive they were distracted
from their normal duties."
He contended the firing
violated sex discrimination
laws.
A Harvester spokesman said
the company would have no
comment. There were about 10
women and 15-20 men in the
department.
Miss Hughes conceded that
sometimes her male coworkers
would ask her how the job was
going and lift something for
her. (AP)


who 'conned the world'


how Gokey using the name
J. Alan Durham III acquired
his yacht:
In April, the Everett S.
Emerson Construction Co. of
Miami hired a bookkeeper
named Dennis Haddad for a
weekly salary of $119.84.
Shortly afterwards a Miami
Cadillac dealer sold a new
Eldorado to J. Alan Durham
III, who paid $1,200 down
with an Emerson check.
Later, Feadship of North
America, a Fort Lauderdale
yacht broker, chartered the
$10,000-a-week "Intent," to a
J. Alan Durham III, who said
he was Emerson board
chairman.
Then, last week, J. Alan
Durham gave Feadship an
Emerson check for $4 million
for the yacht.
Police said Feadship thought
Durham was an heir to a North
Carolina tobacco fortune but


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BUFALLO U.S. Vice
President Gerald Ford said
today the rapport between him
and President Nixon is "as
good as always and that has
been excellent."
Ford spoke after flying here
from Washington where he met
privately with Nixon.


1-ord said: "There was no
indication of any displeasure
on the President's part in the
role that I have played. He
indicated that perhaps I was
working too hard."
Nixon mentioned that Ford
had been travelling quite a bit.
(AP)


decided to check Emerson
Construction anyway.
The yacht broker called
Emerson and spoke to
bookkeeper Haddad, who said
Durham was not available and
was difficult to reach, because
he was fabulously wealthy and
a bit snooty, police said.
That satisfied Feadship. But
later Everett Emerson was
casually scanning his
company's books and
discovered to his horror that
the firm had just bought a
Cadillac and a $4 million
yacht.
Police said they were


notified after Emerson checked
and concluded that Haddad
and Durham were probably the
same person.
Investigators said Gokey
told them: "I guess I had
plenty of time to disappear. I
have so many influential
friends, of course ...
"I never once claimed to be
what people assumed I was.
"And people would say,
'who's that?' And someone
would say, 'Oh his name is
Durham.' And they'd say,
'Durham Durham? Ah, North
Carolina Durham of course."
(AP)


-Junta swoops


on 1,200


secret police


LISBON Portugal's ruling
military junta said today more
than 1,200 secret police and
military personnel have been
arrested since the government
was overthrown April 25.
The new arrests included
300 members of the
paramilitary Portuguese Legion
who were seized two days ago.
A junta spokesman said the
junta was concerned, "with the
ideas of the future these people
may have had." He did not
elaborate.
The junta said that besides
the legionaires, ordered
transferred to a Lisbon prison,
the total number of secret
police thus far detained was
900, about 100 more than two
days ago.
The spokesman said the
legion was ordered dissolved
immediately after the
government was deposed
because of, "certain
objectives" its members had.
The newspaper Express said
the Legion was one the best
armed police units in the
country and reported many of
their arms still had not been
found by the Portuguese army.
Meanwhile, the military
junta closed the former
Government news per A
Epoca on Friday an ordered
its equipment sold Lublic
auction.
Another newspaper e
influential Lisbon D
Seculo, missed pubI


Liz's


apparently because it refused
to print a statement by leftist
employees.
A Epoca was sacked by
angry crowds in the first hours
of the revolution that
overthrew the government two
weeks ago. The editor also was
fired.
A junta spokesman
confirmed the newspaper had
been ordered shut down but
gave no reason. Other reports
blamed labour problems.
The junta spokesman also
confirmed that the army was
hunting for Antonio Manuel
Goncalves Rapazote, Interior
Minister from 1968-73.
Rapozote was the first
minister not a member of the
recently ousted government
reported wanted by the army.
(AP)

Strike goes on

NEW DELHI Indian
railway strike leaders rejected a
government settlement offer
Friday and called on the
workers to persist in their
walkout crippling the country's
economic lifeline.
Prime Minister Indira
Gandhi had propsoed
simultaneous release of more
than 4,000 jailed union leaders
and a return to work combined
with resumption of
negotiations on union
Biemands. (AP)


Feat fear


LOS ANGELES Actress Elizabeth Taylor "deathly
afraid of flying" became hysterical after an airliner
malfunctioned before takeoff last Sunday, her
spokeswoman has confirmed.
After the Philadelphia-bound plane returned to the
terminal, she disembarked, became hysterical and required
medication when she returned to the Beverly Hills hotel.
A columnist reported Thursday that the actress had the
hysterical fit aboard the taxiing plane, requiring it to
return. United Airlines confirmed that the flight returned
because its air speed indicator failed to operate.
"Elizabeth is deathly afraid of flying," said the:
spokeswoman, "especially since her husband, Mike Todd"*
died in an air crash. Twice in Honolulu her planes had
trouble before takeoffs.
"When it happened again last Sunday, she decided she
didn't want to fly."
Miss Taylor had been scheduled to attend a tennis
benefit in Philadelphia. (AP)


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The Tribune ... Saturday, May 11, 1974 3


A world of mcertainty


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
YESTERDAY I had an interesting though depressing -
discussion with a friend of mine who enjoys the reputation of
having a fine financial brain. This reputation is justified by the
fact that he has made a great success of all his own affairs ... and
he has also helped to put many of his friends on the high road to
success.
This man has had all the advantages life could afford an
individual and he has taken advantage of them. His grandfather
and father alike were successful bankers ... they owned their own
banks ... and he trained under Bernard Baruch, one of the
greatest financial brains in American history. Baruch acted as
personal adviser to five Presidents of the U.S. He was one of those
remarkable men whose brain was still young and active when he
died at the age of 94 years.

Like so many worthwhile friendships I have today, this man
has grown to know me through reading this column for several
years. As a result he has found that we have similar views on such
questions as:
U.S. interference in the Suez conflict of 1956 was a great
disaster for Britain and the world.
That McArthur was a great general and should have been
allowed to win the Korean war which would have headed off the
disaster of Viet Nam and put the U.S. in a strong position.
That Cuba was a great mistake, especially the tragedy of the
Bay of Pigs.
That Nixon is a strong man whose foreign policy has been
the soundest of any president for many years.
That abolition of the death penalty was a mistake. A great
many people are now realizing this fact and there is a steady
swing back to capital punishment.
And that small independent island states in this hemisphere
are incapable of protecting themselves and now offer a threat to
the security of the U.S. and, consequently, the world.
This man is the friend of presidents, especially Jack Kennedy
whose assassination, he feels, robbed the nation and the world of
a great leader.

Our discussion arose out of the budget presented in the House
of Commons by the Labour Government of Harold Wilson which
is seen as a desperate effort to save the once great Britain from
complete collapse.
I might mention that we had time to go fully into the subject
because my wife and I were guests at his home and so we were
able to have hours of uninterrupted conversation.
"We think we are badly off in the U.S. but the British people
are being taxed out of existence," he said.
UInder this new budget the tax boom has been lowered to take
in even poor people, while the rich man is being practically wiped
off the slate. Wilson, moreover, has stated that his government
will take measures to reach Britons who have escaped with their
money to tax havens abroad.
Put in simple words, this is a "bankrupt budget" brought on by
inflation which the Conservative government under Edward
Heath tried desperately to contain but he lost the fight at the
polls when the great mass of people voted without understanding
the issues. This can happen to any democratic society in this age
of the "common man".
"What is keeping the Bahamian currency up?" was the first
question my friend asked me when we started our discussion.
"I don't know," I said. "As you can see," I added, "the
government is spending money like a lot of drunken sailors."
"Yes," he said, "I do know and that is why I asked you the
question."

During the great depression of the 1920's the U.S. dollar was
solid and the pound was reasonably sound. With the backing of
the U.S. the pound was pegged at a fixed level so that it was
possible to trade in sterling with some assurance of stability.
You may recall that some years ago I had a discussion with an
American university lecturer in Economics who has the
reputation of knowing money.
He maintained that, with the safeguards thrown around
American banks after the shocking experience of bank failures
during the great depression, America could not have another
depression ... maybe a recession but not a depression.
For years now we have been waiting to see who was right.
Certainly the U.S. has had more than one recession and it is now
being admitted that a depression is possible.
I asked my friend about the position in the U.S. today. He
agreed that not only a depression is possible but even national
collapse could take place.
I asked him whether the U.S. dollar was a sound currency and
what were the chances of sterling in the future.
"Everything in the financial world today is relative," he said.
"The U.S. dollar is now a better bet than sterling but there isn't a
single sound currency in the world today."
He was concerned about his own affairs because, even with his
vast experience in finance, he could not be sure of anything in the
future. He was particularly concerned about investments he had
made for his grandchildren.
"Stocks used to be a sound investment," he said. "But there is
no certainty about the best of stocks today. Investments I have
made for my grandchildren may not be worth a damn by the time
they grow up. Only gold offers any security today. As you know,
Americans can't own gold and so I have turned to silver as a
possible hope."
He told me that America has been going backward ever since


President Roosevelt took the nation off the gold standard. This
release from any sort of restraint has encouraged wild spending
by Congress. They have not only spent money freely but they
have given away money that the nation didn't possess. As long as
the government controls the printing presses Congress will go
right on plunging the nation into debt. But the day of reckoning
must come.
(It is interesting to recall that British economist John Maynard
Keynes also advocated deficit financing in England. Since then
both the U.S. and Britain have been spending money they
couldn't afford. The result has been excessive taxation which, in
England, has now reached the point of strangling industry).


"When I remember that the U.S. came out of the second world
war the richest and most powerful nation in history and see what
is happening to us today," my friend said, "all I can say is that
the prospect for the future is frightening."
"Why doesn't the nation go back on the gold standard?", I
asked.
"This would mean going through a great depression in order to
get readjusted to living within our means," he said. "And
Congress isn't going to do that. Moreover," he added, "they could
never make the people understand the need to tighten their belts
and so they would be voted out of power at the polls. The people
have grown accustomed to wild spending and, even though prices
are soaring as a result, they wouldn't understand the need for
personal restraint in order to put the nation back on a sound
basis," he said.
"Have you. any advice you would like to offer me?", I asked.
"Yes," he said. "Keep out of debt. This is one rule I have


An Englishman


has his say


EDITOR, The Tribune,
By chance a couple of pages
of the Tribune of 9/3/74 came
into my hands. Your editorial
happened to be on one page. In
it you write of the days when
Britain had a vast empire.
Maybe, but what were the
conditions under which
millions of people were living
at that time? I feel that I can
write with some authority on
the subject having been born
and bred on a millionaire's
estate in 1895, enduring all the
poverty and misery existing at
the time.
My father, a farm labourer
on the estate received a weekly
wage of 12/- from which 1/-
was deducted as his week's
pocket money, a further 2/2
was put by for rent, also a
small sum of 3d was saved for
various life insurances; then
there was 4d for the rates and
I/- went each week on a cwt.
of coal by use of which all the
cooking was done. The balance
was supposed to keep a family
of seven in boots, clothing,
food and various other items.
My breakfast, and that of
my brothers and sisters, was
one of three things: A thick
slice of bread with a few grains
of sugar sprinkled on it, or a
similar slice with a small
spoonful of treacle poured over
it, or wait for it a small
bowl of bread crusts with a
nob of dripping on top upon
which boiling water was
poured. And this on a
millionaire's estate where the
dogs were fed on liver and shin
beef.
Luckily, granddad was a
useful poacher (prison if
caught), so occasionally a
rabbit, hare or pheasant was
given us, otherwise it is quite
certain that some of us kids
would have joined the 18 other
youngsters of our small
community in the local
churchyard. They all died of
T.B. And this at a time when
Britain was the richest country
in the world!
What did the huge empire
mean to us? Nothing:,
Absolutely nothing. We, the
working classes, were little
more than serfs, cheap labour
for the parasitic upper ten who
lived on our backs.
A few more anecdotes if you
don't mind to show you the
"glory" of British Empire as it
really was and these are not
isolated exceptions.
A person who later lived
next door to my mother
entered service in a certain
Lord's mansion and for three
and a half years was paid the
magnificent sum of nine
pennies per week. Had it not
been for the unions gaining
power there is no doubt
whatsoever that similar wages
would be paid today.
Having been chauffeur to
some of the nobss" with their
Rolls Royces, two things
appear to be their main
concern in life their money
and their whores!
Had I been given to black
mail I could have become quite
wealthy, their amours often
being conducted with little
thought for those around, for


weren't they the big noises, so
who would dare say a word
against them?
I'm reminded of a big
landowner who, in 1930 was
paying his farmworkers 27/6
per week, but was paying 40
pounds per week to one of his
kept women and so it goes on.
For instance the ex-British
Ambassador whom I picked up
at the Houses of Parliament (a
Tory MP) and whose first
words to me were: "Smith, a
man who used to have an
income of 60,000 pounds a
year now has to manage on
25,000!" What do these swines
want?
Quite recently John
Ellerman died leaving over 53
million pounds. Don't you
think that part of this huge
sum ought to have been shared
with his employees? No
wonder the wealth of this
country is in the hands of 4.4
per cent of the people. And
who are these people? Why of
the same breed who prospered
so patently in the old slave
trading days.
On studying Who's Who it
really frightens me at the
amount of Britain still owned
by the so-called upper class. No
wonder a recent journal stated
that were all the land of Britain
owned by the Tories taken
away all that would be left
would be a piece the size of
Yorkshire!
Thank goodness the masses
are at long last beginning to see
what's been going on for so
long. It is the workers who
really keep the country on its
feet. For instance, when the
miners refused to work on rest
days or do overtime we had to
go on a three-day week.
As for the glorious British
Empire it didn't do a thing for
the working classes. People are
better off today without the
empire than they have ever
been. Many have cars and even
go abroad on holiday My
parents never took a day's
holiday in their lives.
The Empire was fine for the
people who controlled the
wealth and power of the
country apparently you
seem to think these people
great leaders of humanity. I am
reminded of the wealthy
family with seven cars they
offered me 2/- to work from 7
p.m. to 4.30 a.m. What lovely
people!
My best wishes to you and
the Tribune,
HERBERT E. SMITH
10, Clarendon Rd.,
Ashford Middlesex,
England,
April 25 1974.

[The fact that Britain had
an Empire had nothing to do
with the starvation wages
paid in Britain, as described
by our correspondent.
[The same conditions
existed in the Bahamas until
not many years ago.
[I have often pointed out
in my column that the
excesses of the capitalist
system at the turn of the
century created the need for
Page 7, Col. 5


followed all my life. I have never allowed myself to fall into the
temptation of borrowing money for any venture or of
contracting debts beyond my ability to meet the obligation if
called upon for payment at any time. It is particularly important
at this time of world financial instability to be free of debt. If
you are wiped out and you are not in debt you can start again
from scratch and rebuild your fortune but if you have a mountain
of debts hanging over your head you are a lost man," he said.
** **** ****
I told him that there are people in the Bahamas who feel that I
could help the situation if I returned to active politics in the
islands. But I have told them that I felt the situation had passed
the point where I could be of any service ... and that this would
be the best way of destroying myself.
"Don't let anyone con you into getting involved in politics
again," he advised. "You are right. It would be the best way of
destroying yourself with small possibility of being able to change
the present trend in the islands. You did your best to help the
people before the situation got out of hand. They didn't heed
your advice. Now there isn't anything that anyone can do about
it."

I feel that I have been very fortunate in life. I have always had
friends who could give me sound advice whenever I have needed
guidance in my own affairs.
This good fortune dates back to my greatest of all friendships
when I met Father Chrysostom 54 years ago and he undertook to
train me for the job I have done in life.
The most important fact in my affairs is that I have taken the
advice of friends who I knew had more experience than I in their
own fields of activity.
I am now handing this information on to readers of The
Tribune in the hope that it may cause some of them to pause and
think, especially in the Bahamas where I have said on more than
one occasion that I fear that both government and people may be
riding to hell on a one-way ticket.
* * * *
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Amidst my list of blessings infinite
Stands this the foremost,
"My heart has bled."- EDWARD YOUNG


HIGH


TIME


INDEED!


IN A PARLIAMENTARY
democracy the Government
can be changed at any time.
The term of office is usually
limited five years in the case
of the Bahamas but the
system is supposed to give the
people the opportunity to
intervene in crisis situations. It
is also designed to ensure that
the Government of the Day
remains responsive to the will
of the people.
Sometimes the circum-
stances will demand that
the whole Government resign
and go back to the people.
Sometimes it is sufficient that
the head of the Government
resign and give his party the
opportunity to mount a better
administration within the
terms of their mandate.
Sometimes a curative Cabinet
shuffle is all that is necessary.
What are some of the
circumstances which indicate
the need for change?
Just months ago the
Conservative Government of
Edward Heath was facing
serious economic problems
which were being compounded
by the threat of a coal mining
strike. The strike would have
brought Britain to her knees
economically.
The Government needed to
know whether the British
people as a whole wanted their
Government to yield to the
demands of the coal miners
and bring about a settlement or
whether they wanted the
Government to hold the line
and have a direct confrontation
with the miners.
It was a serious enough
situation for the Government
to decide to allow the people
to issue a new mandate and so
Mr. Heath called for elections.
Other circumstances which
demand change are brought
about by crises of confidence
due to incompetence or serious
scandal. If the head of the
Government is unable to
appoint competent Ministers
and to co-ordinate his Cabinet
then he should go, if not the
whole Government. If scandal
brings the Government into
disrepute then he should go, if
not the whole Government.
It is obv**ious that no**
It is obvious that no


constitution can outline all the
circumstances under which
change is called for in the
Government of a parliamentary
democracy. So two things are
necessary: honour on the part
of those who are elected to
govern and active concern on
the part of the people. Without
those two elements the nobler
implications of the
Constitution will mean
absolutely nothing.
It will not be long before
gross incompetence and blatant
corruption become the order
of the day and, worse still,
maybe even national traditions
which will last for generations.
It appears, sadly, that this is
precisely the state towards
which we are rapidly moving in
this fledgling independent
Commonwealth of the
Bahamas.

Under the leadership of
Prime Minister L. 0. Pindling
the twin shadows of
incompetence and corruption
have fallen across the PLP
Government and the governing
party has been reduced to a
cacophonous orchestration of
incessant bickering, self-
condemnation and jungle-style
chest-pounding.
It is a shame and a scandal
and a smear on the good name
of this country. Some of those
who elected the PLP to power
are content only to express
their shame in private. Some
do not care and some simply
do not understand. As for
those who were elected in the
PLP some fear too much for
their positions to give honour a
chance and some crave too
much their salaries to give
courage a try.

So we have Oscar Johnscn
who is adept at shouting out of
both sides of his mouth at tht
same time, who roars like a
lion when it is safe for his
survival and who acts like a
sheep when it is time to fight
for the people he professes to
care so much for.
Mr. Johnson had much to
say just recently about how
people are starving, about how
they cannot make it with
unemployment and the high


cost of living, conditions which
exist because his beloved PLP
and his beloved princes Lynden
Pindling and Arthur Hanna
have wrecked the economy of
the country.
As a PLP Representative Mr.
Johnson has been a
collaborator in the wreckage
operation. His concern for his
people is so great that he could
not be found anywhere near
the House of Assembly in 1970
to take part in the
no-confidence vote against the
Prime Minister. He was waiting
on the fence to see which way
it would go.
This same Mr. Johnson is
now not just a back-bencher in
the PLP. He is Chairman of the
Bahamas Electricity
Corporation and that makes
him an integral part of the PLP
administration which is
bringing ruin to the country.
There is no way he can escape
the responsibility for ruin. Not
with all his snorting and hissing
and shn'.ttig.
As a matter of fact. Mr.
Johnson is worse than some of
the rest of the PLP since the
hare-brained solutions he offers
to the nation would only
hasten our Journey to hell.
Furthermore he does not
believe in them himself.
Let the Government take
over the distribution of food?
Well, the Government now has
charge of the distribution of
water. Some of that is only fit
t flush the toilet and some


nights there is not enough to
flush with or bathe with or
drink!
Let the Government
subsidize food for the poor?
With what? With more money
from the poor? If Mr. Johnson
wants to subsidize something
he can start subsidizing the
electricity rates but that is not
happening and he is Chairman
of the Electricity Corporation.
It is men like Oscar Johnson
who make a mockery of the
parliamentary system of
democracy. He does not have
the courage of his convictions,
if he has any convictions. He
remains a part and parcel of
the very thing which he claims
to deplore.
********
Then there is Clement
MdynarO who should have
resigned as a Minister long ago.
Not because of his displeasure
with the PLP but because of
his own failures. He presides
over the ruination of the
Bahamian tourist business, not
to mention Bahamasair. Yet
would he resign?
Not even after his own
colleagues in the PLP give him
a well-deserved roasting on the
floor of the House. Then again,
why should he when they did
not have the courage to table a
motion and do it properly.

Mr. Edmund Moxey, even if
unwittingly, has stated the case
for proper conduct in a
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The Tribune - Saturday, May 11, 1974


Alcoholism at root of


everything, claims MP


By DALE SAUNDERS
ALCOHOLISM goes right
to the root of everything this
community is trying to do,
declared Franklyn Wilson,
M.P., on Wednesday night at a
panel discussion held by the
Red Cross.
The families of the alcholics
are affected, and through them
the schools, the jobs, and
indeed all social institutions, he
said. lie was speaking on the
topic "Achoholism."
Alchoholic parents affect
the school system by
preventing their children from
doing their homework because
of their fighting and cursing
and carrying on. The child then
goes to school unprepared and
the teacher, who does not
understand the situation,
thinks he is being difficult. The
teacher then reprimands the
child, maybe puts him in
detention, and naturally the
child reacts. Mr. Wilson
explained.
The problem leads such
children to juvenile
delinquency, he said.
This then results in the
government spending 52
million on education for
practically nothing, he
declared.
In the church, the preacher
finds himself talking to
himself, as the churches are
almost empty while the bars
are full.
Then we have fellas who
need an "eye-opener" in the


GRANT'S TOWN M.P., Mr. Franklyn Wilson, is seen
speaking on "Alcoholism" at a panel discussion held by the
Bahamas Red Cross.


morning before going to work,
so they have one drink, and
then another, and another,
until their eyes arc closed long
before they even reach, Mr.
Wilson explained.
"1 say the impact of
alcoholism goes far and
wide," he said, and if we are to
solve the problem, we must asks-
ourselves why it is here.
It is a complex problem and
a committee of the House of
Assembly is trying to grapple.
with it. A report is expected
before this session is over, he
said.
There are varying opinions
as to why we have this


problem.
Some people say it is tourism
and its influences: some say
liquor is too cheap and too
easily available "almost two
bars to every corner over the
hill": others say the men drink
to assert their authority; that it
is their symbol of being a man
he has to be able to "hold
his liquor"; and some men have
to have a drink before sex to
"get them ready." These were
all some of the reasons for the
problem, Mr. Wilson felt.
In seeking. a solution we
must not attempt to make the
causes sound simple, nor must
we believe that it is peculiar to
us, he said.
Recently a conference was
held here which showed that
the problem is all over the
world.
The United States has spent
millions trying to solve it, and
companies are now becoming
involved because achoholism
means lost man-hours to their
firms, he said.
Even the value system in the
Bahamas breeds and can make
alcoholics, he noted. The
number of dinner parties and
cock-tail parties which
dipolmats and businessmen
have to go to is now presenting
a problem. A lot of alcohol
can be consumed at the
various luncheons and
functions they may attend
during the day, and this, day
after day.
The law says the age limit
for buying liquor is 18, and the
vendor who sells to a minor is
liable for 25 pounds or
imprisonment. However, there
appears to be no penalty to the
minor for buying liquor
observed Mr. Wilson.
The Government made a
policy decision and imposed a
moratorium on liquor licencies,
and it has not indicated when
it will be lifted he said.
But we have more "30-day
joints" than liquor licences, he
noted. Police can confiscate
stock in a "30-day joint"
operating without permission,
but we don't see people in the
courts being prosecuted for
this offence, he pointed out.
Again, some people say
bartenders should not be
allowed to serve people already
drunk. which is deilt with in
the law. But it is not enforced.
Mr. Wilson said the
Government cannot solve the
problem alone and needs the
help of agencies such as the
Red Cross and the Lodges. The
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An old friend and partner of
mine used to fix me with a
reproachful gaze after our
bidding had gone astray, and
remark. "If you must make
irregular bids, you must expect
irregular results." True, up to L
point. But I got to understand
after a while that his very
regularity and predictability
was often the case of our
poor results. There is a
difference between departing
from system on tactical
grounds, and unorthodoxy for
its own sake.
These thoughts were
brought back to mind during a
recent friendly rubber, when
on two occasions the archtype
of all orthodox bids the
opening 1 No Trump -came
in for a little rough treatment.
but the players who took those
liberties actually achieved
successful results which might
not have been achieved in a
more orthodox manner.
Mr. Fred Rubbra, Life
Master and resourceful rubber
bridge player, held these cards
as dealer:
1087
AK 2
A 103
A Q 8 6
Most players, viewing the
wide-open Spade suit, would
settle for a bid of 1 Club. Mr.
Rubbra and his partner were
playing the Shenken system,
and as IC shows upwards of 17
points, he could certainly have
justified his bid. But he chose
to open INT, a slight departure
from system, since the
orthodox requirements for 1
NT are rigid and narrow. His
partner, Mrs. Eva Dugdale,
raised to 2NT and Mr. Rubbra
went unhesitatingly to 3. Here
are the hands:
A 5 3 2
QJ 8 7
932
K 2


108 7
AK 2
A 10 5
A J 86


06
543
KQJ 64
975
KJ 9 4
1096
87
Q 104 3


Mrs. Dugdale's raise to 2NT is
worth a passing glance. Many
players would settle for a weak
2 Diamonds, and hope to play
it there, but she figured
correctly that with the Ace of
Diamonds among partner's


Departure faom sy-stem


assets, she could offer him
nearly half 0 the required
number of tricks herself.
Now consider North's
opening lead problem. Against
bidding which gave absolutely
no clue to the distribution of
the suits. North cannot in any
way be balmed for leading the
7 of Hearts. To lead a Spade -
the only lead to break the
contract would be at best
pointless and at worst
irresponsible. So West took the
first trick with his King, and
seeing that his contract
depended on making a second
trick in Clubs, led a Diamond
to dummy and played the 9 of
Clubs. I covered with the 10,
Rubbra played the Jack, and
North took his King.
A Spade switch can still beat
the contract, but North has no
reason to suspect this. He can
place me with the 10 of Hearts,
and knows that a further Heart
lead will set up his own two
honours, and he has the Ace of
Spades as entry. So he led a
second Heart, won by the Ace.
Now the Diamonds were run,
and then the 5 of Clubs was
led. When I played low,
declarer inserted the 8, and it
was all over.
There was another hand
from the same session where
the opening INT was devalued
for tactical purposes. With
both sides vulnerable, but 20
below the line to us. I dealt
this hand:
AK3
AK5 3
K 92
753
The trouble with an opening
I Heart at this stage of the
rubber is that the opponents
will certainly start looking for
a cheap save, and in this case
they would find it. And if
there is going to be a
competitive auction, it is
usually as well to put on a
show of all-round strength. So,
as an inhibiting bid, I ignored
my Club weakness and opened
INT.
The auction then took a
rather surprising turn. Mr.
Rubbra, on my left, overcalled
with 2 Spades, and my partner,
Mr. David Richardson, after an
interval for meditation,


produced the unexpected bid
of 4 Diamonds. A pass on my
right brought it round to me. I
took it that the 2 Spade bid
was solid evidence that the top
Clubs, the lesser Spade
honours, and one or two other
good things were on my left, so


my partner's leap to 4
Diamonds was obviously based
on Diamond length and Spade
shortage, and little in the way
of high-card strength. Having
no slam ambitions, therefore, I
passed.
But the Rubbra bolt had not
yet been shot. He doubled, and
after a pass from my partner,
his partner also passed. I had


no problem with the double. I
had to presume that my
partner had what he said he
had, and that the double was
intended no so much to punish
4 Diamonds as to provoke the
doubler's partner into either 4
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EXPLANATIONS OF MORE
DIFFICULT CLUES.
CLUES ACROSS:
1. GALLOPING not
walloping. The "Keen
owner seeing" him
"walloping a race horse"
under any circumstances
"would" be "enraged,"
surely. The qualifyir g
phrase, "when he's
already been told not to,"
points to GALLOPING.
6. DETEST not detect.
"Only a purist may well
DETEST a slight
uncertainty of style,"
(i.e., minor inconsistencies


or less than subtle
juxtapositions) which to
"a purist may well" seem
inelegant. To anyone else,
while readily detected, it
could seem to lend
individuality to the
"work."
7. FUNNY not sunny. The
clue implies that "it's his
secretary" who would
really "notice" this
"mood in the office."
More apt for "a FUNNY
mood," which only
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makes .a clear-cut answer
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"natural" that he should
use wood, making the
latter redundant as an
answer.
13. GAPE not gaze. Since the
"sardonic person may well
ridicule" them, he'll want
( to make the way in which


they look seem as
ridiculous as possible,
favoring GAPE which
looks foolish rather than
gaze which can readily be
done to reflect
intelligence and
concentration.


14. SEE not set. The whole
"rebellious mob likes to
SEE" the "effigies on
fire," but only some of its
members will actually do


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20. TRACKING Not tricking.
"Complusive viewing" is a
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Any of the staff will
immediately "notice"
from his general
appearance that he "is in a
sunny mood."
8. POEM not poet. The clue
suggests that this is
usually the case, favoring
POEM. One wouldn't
normally dondemn a poet
"as crude" on the
evidence of a single
POEM.
10. YELL not yelp. "Smile
at" the child's YELL is
more apt, "as she
watches," for "she" can
readily see that "junior" is
excited and not hurt.
Whether "the dog's yelp"
in being "teased" is from
excitement or pain, would
not be immediately visible
and, consequently,
"Mother" is not likely to
"naturally smile." on
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His tricking is more likely
to be in his final pinning
down, once found, which
would be only a small part
of the program.
CLUES DOWN
2. LETTER not litter. A
"LETTFR" is "likely to
be blown away." yes
Some biter, however, is
"likely to be" heavy and
thus would "be blown"
about rather than "away "
3 PUTS not pats As "she
PUTS" it on makes a
comprehensive answer.
whether "she pats."
smears it, or whatever.
4. GAUZY not gaudy. "A
society hostess' liking for
GAUZY hats might be
much publicized,"
depending on their appeal
and interest to the average
public. Such a leading
light would be ridiculed,
surely, for her bad taste in
wearing "gaudy hats."
5. MANGLED not tangled.
Where kittens are well
known for tangling wool,
etc., a "puppy" is
notorious for chewing
things, so that if one "got
at her knitting bag for
some considerable time its
contents is likely to" be a
"MANGLED mess."
6. DUPING not doping.
Doping a drink, for
example, is the work of a
moment, so it can even
"in a spy novel," be
achieved easily, without
its "seeming unusually
facile." "The DUPING of
a kidnap victim,"
however, with the far
greater difficulties
involved in fooling
somebody, "might
indeed" be made to
appear much too easy and
"seem unusually facile."
9. SOLE not some. With a
"drastic price rise," the
"thrifty house-wife would
probably change her mind
"about buying SOLE,"
yes. "If the price rise" has
just "suddenly" occurred.
it won't have yet affected
the store shelves of
canned fish (e.g. tuna,
salmon, etc.) so that she
could conceivably decide
to "buy" her "fish"
requirements in this way.
12, HEALTH not wealth. "A
gossiping woman" tends
"to start" unpleasant
rather than pleasant
"rumors," and thus "it's
typical of" her "to start
one about a neighbor's"
bad HEALTH. But it
would be more in
character "to start" one
"about" his or her
supposed indebtedness or
poverty than wealth.
15. WOUND not bound. The
"bandage" was "WOUND
over his forehead" in
several strips and was
bound (tied) at the back
of his head. "In" such
"romantic movies," they
were usually careful not
to have the "bandage"
interfere with his hair or
appearance. Found and
round are poor
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suddenly turns cold

By Abigail Van Buren
S1974 "I Coicis Triksw-. Y. News Sn3., IK.
DEAR ABBY: I was the housekeeper for a man and his
wife for four years. His wife died rather suddenly, so he
asked me to stay on, which I did gladly. A few months
later, he asked me to eat dinner with him. Then we started
watching television together, and finally he came to my
bedroom and I had an affair with him.
This continued for about three months, and I was very
happy about it, but suddenly he stopped being friendly and
started to act like nothing ever happened between us.
I couldn't bear it any longer, so I asked him why he
didn't make love to me anymore, and he said he didn't love
me-that no bells rang, and it never should have happened
in the first place, and would I please forget it?
Abby, how can I forget it? I am 40 yeais old and never
was married. He is nearly 60, and I think I am in love with
him. Now what? NO TOWN, PLEASE
DEAR NO: Now you should wise up and tell the gentle-
man to find another housekeeper. [Maybe the next one will
be a bell-ringer.] Don't remain in his employ. There is
nothing ahead for you there but unhappiness and regret.
DEAR ABBY: I was faithfully married for 18 years to a
man I can only describe as a kind and considerate hus-
band. He doesn't chase and is a good provider and a good
father. Bed hasn't been very exciting for me for many
years, but I put on an act for the benefit of his ego. He had
no idea he wasn't the greatest lover, but I didn't know how
bad he was until I ran into Jimmy, which is why I have
this problem.
Jimmy was my high school boyfriend who just happened
to be in town [he travels] on business. It's a long story, but
let me just say Jimmy and I have been meeting at a motel
a few afternoons a month for the last five months. We're
not "in love" [he's married, too] and nobody is going to
leave anybody over this. We're just filling a need in the
lives of one another. [His wife is a prude.] I never knew a
40-year-old woman, married for 18 years, could come to life
the way I did.
The problem is that the "act" has become harder and
harder to keep up at home. Comparisons in techniques and
results leave me a wreck! Now I'm in a trap of my own
making. It was all right as long as I didn't know what I
was missing.
There is no way to approach this with my husband. I'd be
apt to get one rap for complaining, and another for know-
ing the difference. At 40, I'm not ready to give up sex, and
at 50, my husband isn't going to get any better in bed.
Where do I go from here?
"TRAPPED" IN MANKATO, MINN.
DEAR TRAPPED: Go to the Medical School of your
university and inquire about its course in Human Sexuality.
[Minn. U. has one.] Trained teams are available for pri-
vate counseling. Quit trying to kid your husband and sug-
gest that the two of you take it together. When enlighten-
ment replaces ignorance and inhibitions are broken down.
miracles occur. But this is possible only when both parties
sincerely want improvement. So if you want a more satis-
factory love life with your husband, spend the energy. It
will probably take far less than all the cloak-and-dagger
chasing around for a clandestine affair, and it's far more
rewarding.
Problems? You'll feel better if you get it off your chest.
For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. 69700, L. A.,
Calif. 90069. Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope,
please.
Hate to write letters? Send $1 to Abigail Van Buren,
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knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 11th day of May, 1974
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The Tribune - Saturday, May 11. 1974


SHIRLEY

STREET
NOW SHOWING through
Tuesday, Night Watch matinees
at 3 & 5 p.m. evening at 9
Parental discretion is advised.
Starts Wednesday, McQ
matinees at 2.45 & 5 p.m.
Parental discretion is advised.
Tough Lon McQ (John
Wayne), big-city detective
lieutenant, goes on a rampage
when his best friend, Sgt. Stan
Boyle (William Rryant). is
shotgunned to death.
Suspecting dope king Manny
Santiago (Al Lettieri) McQ
goes after him.
Santiago's corruptive power
surfaces and a barrage of phone
calls to contacts in high places
results in McQ being called in
by captain of detectives, Fd
Kosterman (I ddie Albert).
who rules him off the case.
Knowing he's being
sacrificed to placate political
bosses who frequently find it
financially profitable to go
along with the underworld,
McQ resigns.
He then calls on his flieifd
Pinky Farrow (Dlavid
iHuddleston). private detective.
to hire him as a private eye.
Knowing he'll need quick
money to get information on
Santiago, McQ goes to his
ex-wife Flaine (Julie Adams),
who has since married Walter
Forester (Richard Fastham).
Still goof friends, despite their
divorce, McQ gets S5,000 from
Forester.
Hie learns Santiago has
imported guniiimen for a
possible drug heist, which the
police might bhe in on and
which Boyle might have known
about.
Later, he goes to Santiago's
warehouse, gets beaten up but
learns the envelopes of dope
heisted in a laundry truck
contained sugar. ObviW(sly, an
inside switch by police. Then
things start to happen.

SAVOY
Starts Saturday night 8.30
p.m. and plla through
Tuesday "Cofty' plus The
Italian Connection Sunday


John Wayne (Me Q)


Henry Silva (The Italian Connection)


through Tuesday matinee
con ti nuous from 2 p.m.
evening 8.30. No one under I8
will be admitted. Plus late
feature Iuiesday night.
Starts Wednesdayy, Willie
Dynamite plus Baron Blood
llatinel contain luous from 2
p.m., evening 8.30. No one
under 18 will be admitted. Plus
late feature Friday night.
When a six million dollar
shipment of illicit drugs,
consigned to Italy. suddenly
vanished in Milan, the New
York underworld bosses (in


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REFRIGERATION SERVICE

*HOME
*STORE
*OFFICE

*AUTOMOBILE AR-CONDITIONIIG

SALES & SERVICE


PHONES
2-2763 5-9542


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Pyfrom Addition
P. O. Box E.S. 5717


The Italian Connection)
become furious. Mr. Corso
(Cyril Cusak), head of the
organization, hires two
professional killers (portrayed
by Henry Silva and Woody
Strode) to find the man who
has engineered the double-cross
and kill him.
The two henchmen arrive in
Milan with only a name to go
on. Who is he? And where can
they find him? The first person
they ask is I va Luciana
Palu/zi), the girl who meets
them at their hotel and who
has been assigned to act as
their guide. Then they ask Don
Vito Tressoldi (Adolfo Celi),
boss of the Milanese
underworld.


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g TO FIRST 200 CARS
Restaurani Temporarily cosed


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"COFFN
Pam Grier, Boo
PLL
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Monday Mat


He promises them the man
they want, Luca Canali. But
the job turns out to be not as
easy as it seemed on the
surface.
However the Don is
relentless and soon the
hapless Luca has no place to
go, nowhere to turn, and no
one he can trust. Even his
mistress abandons him. He
finds himself alone, face to
face with the possibility of
sudden death around every
corner. However, the more
desperate his situation
becomes, the more violent
become his efforts to aviod
capture.
When his wife and child
become a part of the tragic
game, Luca decides to end it
once and for all.

WULFF

ROAD


NOW SHOWING through
Tuesday, Voodoo Black
Eorcist plus A Fistful of
Dynamite Sundays showings
continuous from 4.15. Monday
& Tuesday matinee continuous
from 1.30 p.m. evening 8.30.
Parental discretion is advised.
Starts Wednesday, Shanghai
Lil plus Vengenance matinee
continuous from 2 p.m.,
evening 8.30. Parental
discretion is advised.
Shanghai Lil is about a
mining town in the Northeast
provinces of China threatened
by Japanese interests seeking
to occupy and exploit its coal
supply.
Nucleus of local patriotism
is the Martial Arts Institute
headed by Lu Ta-yeh (Ko
lisiang ting). He has two sons,
the brave and honest adopted
son Lu Fu (Chin Han) and the
devious natural son Lu Te-piao
(Lung Fei). Lu Fu is jailed for
a crime actually committed by
Lu Te-piao, but he will not
betray his step-brother because
of the unhappiness it may
cause his foster parents.
When the father Lu Tay-yeh
dies, Lu Te-piao takes
possession of the family mines
and joins the Japenese in
sending coal to Siberia.
thin Chu (Sire-Sue), a
Martial Arts pupil, had
promised the dying man that
she would care for his son.
When she realizes Lu Te-piao's


Pam


Grier (Coffy)


NOW THRU TUESDAY
5:00, Evening 9:00-'Phone 2-1004, 2-10051







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)NS NOT CLAIM D BY 8:45 WILL BE SOLD



Tuesday Now thru Tuesday
rts at 2:30 Sunday continuous
g 8:30 from 4:30
Y" R. Monday continuous
from 3:00
ker Bradshaw "THE MOONSHINE
JS WAR" PG.
ALIAN Richard Widmark,
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PLUS
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"KARADO, THE HONG
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NOW THRU TUESDAY
Continuous from 4:1 5-'Phone3-4666
inee Continuous from 1:30, Evening 8:30


Pantyhose may cause

your itching tormerit.'







It's true.
Your pantyhose may seal heat and moisture in, lock air
out. Small wonder you itch. Sensitive vaginal a,.d rectal
areas need special care.
That's BiCOZENE. (Say it "By-Co-Zeen.") This
greaseless medicine helps relieve itching fast. Quiets your
urge to scratch. You'll see BiCOZENE even helps promote
healing of inflamed tissues.
BiCOZENE means special care for sensitive vaginal and
rectal membranes.
Ask your druggist about BiCOZENE

THOMPSON DRUG CO. LTD.
P. 0. Box 6027/PHONE 2-2351/NASSAJU.


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CLASSIFIED SECTION tOPLACEYOURADVTELEPHONE 2 j


REALESTTE F RENT FO R SALE. MI UES IrBI AUCTION I ilMI | ISTION ETE !ELP sgTE


C14497
EAST BAY STREET ON THE
HARBOUR Four-bedroom
housn in excellent condition.
Own dock. Great buy for the
yachtsman. $250,000.00.
H. G. CHRISTIE LTD. Phone
21041/2/3/4.

C14434
BEAUTIFUL homesite located
in Montagu Heights off Village
Road. Available for your
future home. Phone 5-8512.

C 14520

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.

C14456
SPACIOUS three bedroom, 2
bath home Seabreeze Estates.
Tastefully furnished, living and
dining area, wall to wall carpet,
carport and laundry, 2 large
patios, airconditioned large
modern kitchen. Phone 4-2867
9:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.
C 14443
Come to YAMACRAW
BEACH ESTATES this
Saturday or Sunday. Salesman
on duty from 12 to 6 at
MODEL HOME. Lots from
$5800. $75 deposit. NO
INTEREST. Beach rights.
Tel: 4-1141 or 2-4148 or
2-3027 Morley & O'Brien Real
Estate.
(BREA BROKERS)

C 14448
CORNER LOT 110 by 127
(13,700 ft. sq.) SEABREEZE
not far from Canal high and
dry Area Only $6200.00.
CANAL LOTS 100 by 100.
Live on the water for only
$9000.00.
Four lots PRINCE
CHARLES AVENUE only
$6000.00 and $8000.00. If
four bought, big discount
allowed.
DIAL FOR ACTION 22033,
22305 evenings 41197.

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

FOR RENT
C14543
L ARGE unfurnished 1
bedroom apartment. Phone
2-3709 or 3-4881.

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

C14445
1 BEDROOM apartment,
carpeted, airconditioned,
centrally located. Telephone
2-3010.

C14444
SHOPS AND OFFICES FOR
RENT
Modern airconditioned office
and store space available in
busy shopping area, telephone
and ample parking. Rental fees
will appeal to the business
man with a future. 41301.


C 14427
ONE room in large home,
single person only. Located on
Victoria & Lancaster St. in
Twynam Estate. Phone 5-1378.

C14511
2 BEDROOM apartment in
new duplex building Boat
Alley, off Market Street.
Information call 5-4258.
C 14345
TWO, Furnished and
airconditioned, 1-bedroom
apartments, Contreville, Ring
5-8679, ask for Mr. Pritchard.

C 14396
WHY PAY MORE TO SLEEP!!
Furnished rooms Polhemus
Gardens Motel Chippingham
$20,00 weekly Phone 35380.

C14526
FURNISHED HOUSE
2 bedroom 1 bath $300 per
month. Location: Winchester
Street off Montrose Avenue.
Phone 41377.

C 14426
'3 BED 2 bath apartment
Johnson Road, Scott Street.
Larqe area. $165 per month.
Call 53208.
C 14348
MAUDONNA APARTMENTS
Corner Mount Royal Avenue
and Durham -Street,
Two-bedroom apartments,
completely furnished.
Telephone daytime 28272.
After 6:00 p.m. 53418.
C14347
THE WAKEFIELD
APARTMENTS
Corner Cordeaux Avenue,
Englerston. One and two
bedroom apartments,
completely furnished.
Telephone daytime 2-8272,
after 6:00 p.m. 5-3418.

FOR SALE
C14484
Honda 175 Trail $650. Phone
7-8231 Ext. 7073 ask for
Winston.
C 14499
OWNER LEAVING ISLAND
house full of furniture like new
Phone 3-5729 9 a.m. 5
p.m.

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

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,
mahogany footboard with
linen chest. For information


call 5-5509.

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.


I MOVING? I


For Expert Packing &
Forwarding by Sea or Air,
Contact E. H. Muidy &
Co. (Nassau) Ltd., P. 0.
Box N-1893. Phone
24511.



,.'PROVED CARGO
RIGHTS_ m


C14451
REMNANT SALE
NIXON'S UPHOLSTERY
SERVICE Bernard Road.-
Phone 41298.
C14449
SUNDAY, May 12th-12 to 4
p.m.
CONCH REST COTTAGE
CABLE BEACH
Follow red balloons
Accessories and Appliances,
Home, Boat, including 2
freezers and fishing gear, sports
equipment clothes ladies
7-10 (same Designer) Men sizes
42 -44 ALSO bids accepted
for 31 ft. twin diesel Bertram.

[ PETS FOR SALE
C14531
FULL BREED German
Shepherd Pups for sale 12
weeks old. See Alexander
Virgil Durham Street off
Mount Royal Avenue Price
7100.0_Q_

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.)
C14428
1967 HILLMAN HUNTER.
mechanically sound, licensed
for 1974-1975, tested.
$550.00. Phone 2-8048.

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

MARINE SUPPLIES
C 14435

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 divinq
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 N S1658
Telephone 24869

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


C14548
26' SMACKBOAT, new sails,
rigging, paint. 40 h.p.
Evinrude, big well, strong,
sound, fast. $2,000. Phone
7-4215.
C 14350
WOLSEY HALL
riKE oxoWo CORESPN DE l COLFGE
Whatever the qualilcation you want -
G.C.E. O"* and *A' levels. a London
University Degree. Professional Ex-
aminasions or Business Studies Wolsey
Hill founded in 1 94 gives you:
A guarantee of tuition unlil you pass
)our eaminatlionai noe tracost.
A outstanding record of success. For
example 97. of Wolsey Hill students
sitlini for B.A. honours degrees have
passed in t he last 7 years.
Over 75 years ofexperience resulting in
the most efficient modern methods of
postal teaching ty airmail irrequired.
Personal luilion io meet )our precise
requirements.
Low fees payable by instalments,
if pyou want to know how to
prepare for a uccMssfl future
K wiij ,t for po F pecsus to:
tep. V.E.I.
*4 MUI** lM******* P*


C14283


3 year old 50' steel hull vessel.
British registered. Built in
Holland. Powered by two 671
GM Diesels. Ideal for fishing or
conversion to Island Cruising.
Call David Lowe, Treasure Cay,
Abaco, 150 days, 156 nights.

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
1Klainguti Home Telephone:
77737 and office: 22694.
C14349
PACEMAKER 44 ft.
Luxurious Cruising Yacht.
Phone 3-2371
C14521
22 ft Searay 215 OMC
Sterndrive 300 hours, galley,
head, cooler, radio, sleeps four.
Many extras. Immaculate
condition. Phone 77504.


C14508
PUBLIC AUCTION
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his premises on the Western
side of Albury Lane, five
doors from Shirley Street in
the Eastern District of the
Island of New Providence on
Friday the 17th day of May
A.D. 1974: at 12:00 o'clock
noon the following property:-

ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land situate in the
Settlement of Marsh
Harbour at Great Abaco one
of the Bahama Islands and
bounded Northwestwardly
by a Public Road known as
West Bay Street and running
thereon One hundred and
Thirty-three and sixty-six
hundredths (133.66) feet
Northeastwardly by land
formerly the property of
Archibald McBride but now
the property of the Estate
of the late Albert L. Archer
and running thereon One
hundred and fifty-three and
forty-eight hundredth.
( 1 5 3 4 8 ) f e e t
Southeastwardly by Crown
land and running thereon
One hundred and Thirty-two
and Fifty hundredths
(132.50) feet and
Southwestwardly by land
now or formerly the
property of Peter Campbell
and running thereon One
hundred and Forty-nine and
Fifty-thr ee hundredths
(149.53) feet.
AND
ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land situate
immediately Westward of
the Settlement of Marsh
Hdrbour at Great Abaco one
of the Bahama Islands
comprising Lot Number One
(No. 1) of the Dundas Town
Crown Allotments
(hereinafter called "the said
Subdivision") which said
piece parcel or lot of land is
bounded as follows
Northeastwardly partly by a
Thirty (30) foot wide road
reservation in the said
Subdivision and running
thereon Two hundred and
Four and Forty-two
hundredths (204.42) feet and
partly by an arc in the said
Thirty (30) foot wide road
reservation in the said
Subdivision Southeastwardly
partly by an arc in a Forty
(40) foot wide road
reservation in the said
Subdivision and running
thereon One hundred and
Twenty-seven and Fifteen
Hundredths (127.15) feet
Southwestwardly by Lot
Number Two (No. 2) of the
said Subdivision and running
thereon Two hundred and
Twenty-six and Eighty-five
hundredths (226.85) feet
and Northwestwardly by
Lot Number One (No. 1) of
the said Dundas Town
Crown Allotments and
running thereon One
hundred and Forty-nine and
Ninety-four hundredths
(149.94) feet.
These properties are being sold
under the power of sale
contained in an Indenture of
Mortgage dated the 24th day
of March A.D. 1970 between


Kenneth Leon Moss and The
Chase Manhattan Bank N.A.
and recorded in the Registry of
Records in Volume 1686 at
pages 242 to 260.
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and 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 6th day of May
A.D. 1974
HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer


C14509

HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his premises on the Western
side of Albury Lane, five doors
from Shirley Street in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence on Friday
the 17th day of May A.D.
1974 at 12:00 o'clock noon
the following property:-
ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land comprising the
Western portion of Lot
Number 2 of Block Number
48 in Englerston Subdivision
situate in the Southern
District of the Island of New
Providence aforesaid and
bounded as follows on the
East by another portion of
the said Lot Number 2 and
running thereon Fifty and
Eight hundredths (50.08)
feet on the South by Loe
Number 3 of the said Block
Number 48 and running
thereon Ninety-one and
Forty one hundredths
(91.41) feet on the West by
Minnie Street and running
thereon Fifty (50.00) feet
and on the North by a
portion of Lot Number 1 of
the said Block Number 48
and running thereon
Ninety-two and Forty-five
hundredths (92.45) feet.
This property is being sold
under the power of sale
contained in an Indenture of
Mortgage dated the 21st day of
December A.D. 1970 between
Vivian John Smith and
Englerston Limited and
recorded in the Registry of
Records in Volume 1717 at
pages 363 to 369.
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and 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 6th day of May
A.D. 1974.
HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer

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


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.

C14467
THE NASSAU PLAYERS
present
A COMEDY BY NEIL SIMON
















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

C14362

TRAVELLING?

For efficient friendly
advice on Worldwide
Destinations by Airline or
Steamships. Contact
MUNDYTOURS at 24512.


APPROVED PASSENGER


In loving memory of Mrs. Ellen
Munnings, our beloved Mother.
Precious and loving mother
Fly across the lonely years
'And old home scenes of our
childhood
In fond memories appear
Precious memory how they
linger
How they ever flood my soul
In the stillness of the midnight
Precious sacred scenes unfold.
Never forgotten, sadly missed,
by Gwen Hanna, Doris
Fitzgerald, Lenora Curry,
Freddie Munnings, Audley
Munnings, Frank Munnings and
relatives and friends.

C14441
IN Memory of Mrs. Delphine
Strachan Marshall who passed
on the 10th May 1972.
May the angels take you into
paradise
May the Martyrs come to
welcome you on your way
And lead you into the holy
city Jerusalem
May the choir of angels
welcome you
And with Lazarus who was
once poor
May you have everlasting rest.
Mrs. Elizabeth Strachan
Walters & Family. Mrs. Inez
Richardson & Family.

C14439


In loving memory of our dear
mother MALECIA JANE
WILSON who departed this life
May 11th 1971.


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
and Phyllis Bastian.



C14402
UNION NOTICE
THE ANNUAL GENERAL
MEETING OF THE
BAHAMAS HOTEL &
CATERING WORKERS
UNION WILL BE HELD ON
SUNDAY MAY_26, 1974 AT
TAXICO UNION HALL,
WULFF ROAD AT 9:00 P.M.
ONLY FINANCIAL
MEMBERS WILL BE
ALLOWED TO TAKE PART

SIGNED: BOBBY GLINTON
GENERAL SECRETARY


POSITION WANTED I

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.


C14533
YOUNG LADY seeking
position as clerk typist, willing
to learn. Telephone 42106, P.
O. Box 5406.

C14436
YOUNG LADY Bahamian -
with commercial experience
and Stage 2 professional
Book-keeping and
Accountancy seeks position
with progressive firm. Please
write "Book-keeper", P. 0.
Box N-3404, Nassau, Bahamas.

C14527
Available excellent full time
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.

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.

S WANTED
C14537
,Two used metal Lypewriter
stands in good condition. Call
John Cash, 2-2768, 9 a.m. to 5
p.m.

C 14440
A Shoe repair man wanted.
Must have 5 years experience.
$75 per week. Telephone
3-6016.


C14535
YOUNG men between the age
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. ;
Freeport 352-8307

C14339
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. C14502, c/o The Tribune,
P. 0. Box N-3207. Nassau.

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

C14438
HARDWORKING handyman
- For information call Tel
5-3723 between 5 and 9 p.m.
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 "0" levels, including
English and Maths. Preference
will be given to those


C14446 applicants having
BAY STREET Merchant 2 "A" levels.
requires an accountant to Please send
handle full accounting qualifications, e
functions and supervise other public accounting
clerical staff 2-3 years salary expected
experience required. Apply in Ross & Co.
writing to Adv. C14446, c/o Accountants, F
The Tribune, P. 0. Box N7526, Nassau.
N-3207, Nassau.





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

OPTICIANS
Optical Service
Ltd. 2.3910/1

PAPER


Commercial
Paper House


5-9731


PRINTING
Executive
Printers 24267/5-4011
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

TV REPAIRS

Channel Electronics Ltd.
3.5478
UPHOLSTERING
Edde's pholste 9713


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

BOOKSTORE
The Christian Book
Shop 5-8744

BUSINESS FORMS
Executive
Printers 2-4267/5-4011

CABINET MAKERS
Commonwealth
Furniture 31120

CAMERAS
John Bull 2-4252/3

ENTERTAINMENT

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

Nassau Garden & Pet
Montroe Avenue 2-4259
HARDWARE
lohn S. Geroge 2-8421/6

HOUSE PLANS
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
S14366
SHAWNEE
DIaily Service between West
Palm Beach and West End. For
Reservations call The Grand
I0ahama Hotel (Ex. 5).


15140
Iqail Order Printing.
thermographed printing at
lowest prices in Bahamas and
QI.S.A.
S4 days delivery guaranteed.
ashington Distributors,
*Ihone 348-2262 Box F-2921,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

HELP WANTED

i15148
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
EACHER must have B.S.
ree in Education.
least 2 years of teaching
experience preferred.
interested, contact Sister
fIlary Alice at Mary, Star of the
Via School, P. 0. Box F-2418.


qi 5138
AIPEM S.p.A. HAS
VACANCIES FOR THE
FOLLOWING POSITIONS IN
THE EXPANSION PROJECT
AT THE BORCO REFINERY:
kIPEFITTERS: Must be able
cut and weld all kinds of
Mpes, assembling them
;cording to the isometric
drawings and erecting them
according to the general plan
drawings and P. & I. diagrams.
ve years experience in
etroch emical pi ants
instruction required.
TEELL CARPENTERS: Must
ve knowledge of and be able
r cut all kinds of steel plates
amd pipes in order to
p;efabricate and assemble steel
structures, in accordance with
the drawings. Five years
experience in Petrochemical
giants construction required.
ARGON & ALLOY STEEL
ELDERS: Must be able to
v9ed all kinds of pipes, in
particular alloy chromium-
rolybdenum steel pipes, either
vtth the shielded arc system or
tte tungsten inert gas (argon)
system (tig). Must pass welding
tit according to A.S.M.E.
cifications and Borco.
ger and Snam Progetti
irements. Five years
rience In oil refineries or
rochemical plants welding
v(rk and reference papers
f im previous employers
required.
.CHANIC MILLWRIGHT:
,Jst be able to install
compressors and pumps,
electric motors and steam or
turbine and secure
ainment between machineries
ald motors. Five years
experience In installation of oil
nerles machinery required.
y Bahamians need apply in
ing to Salpem S.p.A.
.ahamas Branch. P. 0. Box
P-2471 Freeport, Bahamas.


The Tribune -.- Saturday, May 11, 1974


ELiP WANTED
C14450
ASSISTANT ACCOUNTANT
required to be responsible for
general maintenance of
accounting records and
procedures. Applicants should
have a minimum of 5 years
experience preferably with a
knowledge of computerised
work output and, in addition
jo having G.C.E. Ordinary
Level Subjects in Maths and
English, should be at least in
Ihe process of qualifying
owards a professional
accounting degree.
Salary will be commensurate
with qualifications and
experience, Please send full
(esume and salary history in
ull confidence to John S.
George & Co. Ltd., P. 0. Box
0330 E.S. Nassau.

TRADE SERVICES
C 14544
BACKHOE FOR HIRE


fMeed a septic tank or trenching
done?
Call
CARL G. TRECO0
CONTRACTORS LTD.
2-4996 or 5-8725.

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

C 14344
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 honsi
appliance we sell. Service done
by factory trained mechanics.
Telephone 23713, 5-9322.


TRADE SERVICES
C14353
PIfaSde's Customs

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

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

C14432
LET us do your Building,
Remodeling, Maintenance,
Landscapes. Call THE
CONSULTANTS, 4-2833. Ask
for A. J. Smith. We have over
16 years of expert experience
in the Building Construction
Field.
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

C14400
LANDSCAPING and for all
your gardening needs,
trimming, hedging, pruning and
tree felling. Call 5-7810.
LAWNS AND HEDGES.


HELP WANTED
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
given to men between the ages
of 22 and 35 years old.
Starting salary commensurate
with education, working
background and age.
Representatives of BORCO will
be available for career
discussion at the 2nd Bahamas
Science Exhibition, the A. F.
Adderley High School, in
Nassau, from Sunday May 5th
through Sunday May 12th.


C14447
KING'S INN & GOLF CLUB
requires a Sales Convention
Manager who will be
responsible for communication
and corresponding with our
prospective travel agents,
wholesalers, and ground tour
operators, coordinating
convention functions and
meeting room set-ups.
Knowledge of audio visual
equipment and meeting room
set up procedures essential.
Proven ability to supervise
convention set-ups crew
essential. Good references and
clean police certificate
necessary.
Interested applicants apply to
Personnel Office, King's Inn &
Golf Club, P. 0. Boc F-207,
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.


I HELP WANTED
C15155

LIFE GUARD: One (1) Life
Guard to be employed in Pool
Area. Applicant must be a
holder of Red Cross Life Guard
certificate or equivalent. Must
have a minimum of two (2)
years experience.
For the above please apply to
the Personnel Office Haliday
Inn of Lucavan Beach, P. 0.
Box F-760, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, Bahamas.

C15156
ASSISTANT PASTRY CHEF:
One (1) Assistant Pastry Chef.
Must be able to run a pastry
shop on his own. Must have
knowledge of French Pastry,
Assorted Pies, Gourmet
Desserts. Must be able to make
outstanding decorative cakes -
wedding cakes etc. Must have
two (2) years experience.
For the above please apply to
the Personnel Office, Holiday
Inn of Lucayan Beach, P. 0.
Box F-760, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, Bahamas.
C15153
TWO (2) MAINTENANCE MEN
Individuals should be first
grade carpenters and possess
extensive experience and
ability in general maintenance.
Preference would be given to
applicants with good
references.
Apply to: Grand Bahama
Development Co. Ltd.
Personnel Dept. Lucayan
Building, P. 0. Box F-2666,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

IN MEMORIAL
C15154


In loving memory of the late
Mrs. Leanora Elizabeth
Adderley, of Long Bay Cay,
Andros. A devoted loving
Mother and Missionary to the
Cause of God. Left behind
three sons, one daughter, one
sister, two brothers, seven
grand children, nine great
,grand children and a host of
relatives and friends.


COMMONWEALTH OF

THE BAHAMA ISLANDS

TENDERS FOR

TREASURY BILLS
The Treasurer hereby gives notice that tenders will
be received on Tuesday, 14th May, 1974 for
Treasury Bills to be issued under the Public
Treasury Bills Act 1959 and the Public Treasury
Bills Amendment Act 1965 on Thursday, 16th
May, 1974 as follows:-
Bills denominated and payable in
Bahamian dollars..............B$3,500,000.00.
The bills will be in minimum multiples of $100 and
are redeemable ninety-one (91) days from the date
of issue.
The bills will be issued and paid at the Bahamas
Monetary Authority. Details of payment will be
notified to successful tenderers in letters of
acceptance.
Each tender must be in a sealed envelope marked
"Tender" addressed to:-
THE BANKING MANAGER
Bahamas Monetary Authority
And should be delivered to the office of the
Authority in the E.D. Sassoon Building, corner of
Shirley and Parliament Streets, Nassau before 3:00
p.m. on Tuesday, 14th May, 1974.

Tenders must be made on special forms which may
be obtained from the Bahamas Monetary
Authority and the Commercial Banks and must be
for not less than the minimum amount stated in
paragraph 2. Tenders must state the net price per
cent (being a multiple of one cent) which will be
paid.

The Treasurer reserves the right to reject any or all
tenders.
The Treasury Department
Nassau, Bahamas
7th May, 1974


The Tribune C om s Page


Scoctts.


Spreaders
Left Scotts Standard, America's most popular lawn
spreader. Precision engineered with fingertip on-off
control and Dial-a-Matic rate setter. Sturdy construction,
rust-resistant finish.
Center Scotts Automatic applies as you walk, shuts
Itself off automatically when you stop. Light-in-weight,
easy to handle, yet built to last for years. Hangs flat
against wall. Rust-resistant finish.
Right Compact Rotary, the spreader that lets you feed
or seed quickly. Spreads in six-foot swath. Ideal for large
lawn areas. Rust-resistant hopper. For use with fertilizer
and seed only.


Super
Turf Builder
Use any time
Provides a protlen-building
feeding that's just right for all
warm climate grasses. It's a
prolonged feeding too
which eliminates surge
growth and keeps grass
greener longer. Also contains
plant available iron. Will not
burn grass in any weather.
Clean light weight easy to
handle.


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HELP WANTED
1513. ,
SAIP M 'S.p.A. BAHAMAS
BRANCH have the following
vacancies in the BORCO
Refinery expansion project:
20 SUPERVISORS: Must have
thorough experience in oil
refineries' mechanical erection,
and write and seapk fluent
Italian and Spanish.
5 X-RAY TECHNICIANS:
Must be able to operate X-ray
or gamma-ray equipment on
piping or structure welds.
Three years experience
minimum required.
5 HEATER ERECTORS: Must
be able to assemble and erect
industrial heaters and furnaces.
Five years experience
minimum required. Only
Bahamians need apply in
writing to: Saipem S.p.A.
Bahamas Branch P. 0. Box
F-2471 Frceoort. Bahamas.
C14397
JOB TITLE INDUbTRIAL
ELECTRICIANS
Minimum Education Good
basic education.
Minimum Experience 5 years
experience, preferably in
cement plant or similar
industry.
Duties/Responsibilities
Inspect, repair, install and wire
all electrical apparatus, devices
and circuits of any voltage in
cement plan. or w.-'-:ed area.
Interested applicants contact
Personnel : apartment, Bahama
Cement Company, P. 0. Box
F-1 00, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

,Cj4395
Job Title GENERAL
REPAIRMEN
Minimum Education Good
basic education.
Minimum Experience 5-10
years.
duties/ Responsibilities
Inspects, repairs, replaces,
installs, adjusts, and maintains
all mechanical equipment in a
cement man;ufaturing plant.
Interested applicants contact
Personnel Department, Bahama
Cement Crmpany, P. 0. Box
F-1 00, Freoport, Grand
Bahama.

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.


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OKin. Frt..m .siYM- 1.... w 1974 g .r .wL .
"This letter would really make your hair stand on end
- if you weren't wearing a toupee."

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UOW many
S T words of
1 four letters
or more can
you make
from the
,letters shown
here? In
maklnt, a
word. e ac h
IN 0 N letter may
be used once
only. Each
word must contain the large


letter, and there must be at
least one eight-letter word In the
list. No plurals; no foreign words;
no proper nanmes. TODAY'S
TARGET: 31 words, good:
38 words, very good ; 49 words,
excellent. Solution on Monday.
Y E S TERDAY'S SOLUTION :
Alee earl easel else equal laser
lasque lease leer lure real reel
resale rule sale seal sealer
seel sequel slie slur squeal
SQUEALER sural.


MAKF.ART JUST PLAYED LO/ES-ME-LOI/S-ME- /07
WITH A DAISY.. .. AN' I GOT //CKy/"


"As much as I appreciate volunteers .."


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Clues Across
Many a sermon is thought up
here. (9)
Cricket enthusiasts work them
out. (8)
Perspiration. (5)
Expires. (4)
Disposal time at reduced
prices. (4)
Weather feature (4)

Chess
By LEONARD BARDEN


Rupert and the Floating Bell-9


Even as Gregory speaks the hot air begins to
blow again, and the powerful draught lifts
the little guineapig off his feet, his smock
billowing like a parachute. With a cry Rupert
darts on to the grating and grasps Gregory's
legs before he can sail out of reach. "Don't
let me goI" begs Gregory. "P--please get
me down! I'm trying my best," pants


Rupert. Oh, dear, it would be easier if
you weren't wearing that smock At last,
but not without a struggle, he manages to
drag Gregory away from the grating and the
danger is past. "Whe-ew. thanks, Rupert.
I thought I was going right up into the sky,"
gasps the little guineapig.


Rupert and the Floating Bell-10


After the narrow escape the chums stand well
away from the stream of hot air. Then, for
the first time, they catch sight of an object
at tree-top height, right above the grating.
" What's that thing ?" asks Gregory. It's
hanging from a sort of orange "It looks
Ih big tlt," says Rupert: "Who co"id
h put t here ? A clanking sound causes


I-- %" -- .
them to turn, and to their amazement an iron
lid rises from the ground. And from the hole
below appears 1he Nutwood inventor, looking
most unfriendly. Have you come to snoop
on me he snaps. I'll have you know my
work is very secret. I can't allow you to
spread tales about it all round the village."
ALL RIGHTS RESERVE


Untruth. (3)
Heads. (4)
Joint. (4)
Container. (3)
Rings. (5)
Tot of spirits. (4)
Serious defects. (a)
Acting in a dissipated fashion.
(8)
Clues Down
Make love in a trifling manner.
Us). (9)
Oily matter for lubricating
machinery. (6)
Stream's side. (5, 4)
Beautiful airl in a modern
expression. (4)
Out of this world. (9)
C a thedral
city. 3)


TheretIs.
on the
dwa. White is to move and winr
ta b I e.
S numbers.
(a)
Ornamental
tionuft. (6)
P rthe traps!
mePar ures.
(3) Yulerdao'a aiUos

Finding a win is sometimes just
a matter of spotting one ceadsr
line andard; avoiding traps on the
way. White is to move and win
in this 'tournament game posi-
ion. Chutess novices should be
able to solve itPxut watch for
the raps!7 e.
PAnr immes: 10 seconds chess
master or expert: 20 seconds
county player; 1 minute, ch.
standard: 3 minutes, average: 6
minutes, novice.


Chess-Solution
I QxQ ch.,PxQ; 2 BxKt ch!,
PxB; 3 Kt-B6 and Black
resigned because of R-R7 mate.
An immediate 2 Kt-B6 ? would
enable Black to escape by. 2...
Kt--Q7 ch.


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No. 7423 . by TIM McKAY
Across
I. Names as candidate. (9)
i. Suitor. (5)
9. Snake. (3)
11. Singer. (8)
12. Inquire. (3)
14. Related. (4)
15 Hang about. (6)
17. Writing fluid. (3)
19. Steps of ladder. (5)
20. First-rate. (4-3)
23. Crippled. (4)
24. Stamp year (snag.). (9)


Down
1. Destroyer or frigate. (5. 4)
-. In derisive fashion. (91
3. Russilan boy's name. (4)
4. Operatic tune. (4)
5: Job. (4)
U. Chastises. (6)
8. Berry used In wine-making.
(5)
10. Sharp pain. (5)
13. Thick and heavy. (3)

(5) AREE
17. Not suit-
able. (3)
s18. Imita-
t I o n.
(4)
Si1. Litigate.
(3)
22. T1it I e.
( ) reilsUraU' i *olutos


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7CARROLL RIGHTER'S



from the C.roll Rishtw Insti.t
P GENERAL TENDENCIES: A strange Saturday,
planetary-wise. Upsets and changes you aren't
apt to like are in the making. But do not be worried by them
for these new beginnings can hold the seeds to your future
progress. They should be carefully examined to extract
possible benefits.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) For greater success, get into
activities to improve your career. Listen to changes others
suggest, but use only the best. Help a friend.
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) You have many new ideas
today, but they need further study to get them working
properly New contacts can give you needed information.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Find a better system for
keeping promises you have made, business or personal. Go to a
bigwig for the assistance needed. Even rules will be changed in
your behalf.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Changing rule
with associates can bring about a far better arrangement now
for the future. Listen to partners. Take more time for personal
things you like
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You can do much of a
worthwhile nature, so do not spend time only on recreation,
since you can handle duties hard to attend to on weekdays.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) You may have to change your
plans for amusement today since new arrangements will be
much better. Avoid petty matters; concentrate on the
worthwhile.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Your home is the best place to
operate now and any changes made, even as to furniture, can
be very fine Revising certain agreements can increase
prosperity.
SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov. 21) Organize activities and
surroundings. A restless associate needs encouragement, so give
it. Take time for recreation tonight
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Get into monetary
matters, as well as recreational ones now, and make this a
profitable and happy day, p.m. A financial expert can help
you.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Think over how you can
improve your relationships with friends; gad about socially and
be cheerful. Seek their advice. Stock up on groceries.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You can get advice
confidentially from right sources if you make appointments
early Accomplish much. Then p.m. can be romantically
happy.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Contact some wise person who
can give you pointers for greater success as well as pleasure in
the future, and you will get ahead faster.



THE Make You Very CROSS-word. The one with no numbers
and, except for the first In each section, no order to the clues.
One hint by compiler. TIM McKAY : Conduct a close Inquest on
where to place a lot of A's. Solution on Monday.


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A SEASON KNOCKS THE SHINE OFF THE STAR MANAGERS


LONDON It.s been a bad season
for the image of the star soccer
managers of England.
Sir Alf Ramsey ... Tommy
Docherty ... Malcolm Allison ... Brian
Clough ... they have all tasted failure
and humiliation.
The top managers in English soccer
have become even more glamorous
figures than the top players in recent
years. They are paid salaries on a letel
with Cabinet ministers. Some of them
are national figures on television.


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Ramsey, the quiet
gentleman who was knight
Queen for guiding England to
World Cup triumph, was abru
as national team manager
English Football Association.
That was the penalty for
set England into this year's
finals in Germany. The FA'i
of the situation caused a
bitterness.
Docherty and Allison are


ANDY BREAKS RECORD


Andy Knowles (right) and John Lindley after their 1500
metres final in the Bahamas nationals yesterday at St.
Andrews School. Knowles smashed his old record time of
18:42.3.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that EVELYN RICARDO of the
City of Freeport in the Island of Grand Bahama, Bahamas is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and.
Citizenship. for naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
naturalisation should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 4th day of May 1974 to The Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs,
P. 0. Box N.3002, Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that DAVID RODERICK SMITH
of Tuckaway Road, Nassau, Bahamas is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 4th day of May
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N3002.
Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ARNOLD AMMANN of Lake
View Road Nassau Bahamas is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of the Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 11th day of
May, 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau.


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English the highest paid managers in Britain.
ed by the Both were hired for a specific purpose,
o its 1966 and both failed in their missions.
iptly fired Docherty, well known as a fiery
by the extrovert, gave up the job of Scottish
team chief to save Manchester United
from falling into the English Second
falling to Division.
World Cup In his first few months as manager
Shandling last season, Docherty kept the
storm of world-famous team's head above
water. It scrambled away from the
reputedly bottom places and stayed in the top


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By Kerrington Wilkinson
JET Set are playing 500 ball
after a come from behind 10-7
victory over Carroll's Food
Store in the opening game of a
twin bill played at the Queen
Elizabeth Sports Centre last
night.
Jet Set's Leslie Johnson,
Sidney McKinney, Lionel
Neely and winning pitcher
Eugene Thompson who
pinched hit and relieved Isaac
Fox in the second inning
contributed four hits and three
rbi's to combine with his
teammates for a total of seven
rbi's and 13 hits.
The Food men ultilized the
sloppy fielding and errors by
the Setters to plate six runs in
the top of the first.
Marshall Cooper was safe on
an error, Fred Cooper base hit
and Leon Knowles walked to
fill the bases. Glen Saunders
bounced into a force but all
hands were safe allowing
Carrolls to score their first win.
With one down Earl Carey
bounced into a force and again
everybody was safe as Fred
Cooper crossed the plate with
the second tally.
Two errors by third baseman
Anthony Johnson and a wild
pitch accounted for Carroll's
four more runs for hurler Isaac
Fox.
Carroll'S hurler Norris Miller
held Jet Set blanked for three
frames but was changed in the
fourth,
In the fourth inning,
Anthony Pearce led off on an
error then McKinney singled
down the left field line to put
runners on second and first.
Eugene Thompson jumped
on Miller's first pitch for a
single and a two base error
plating Pearce and McKinney.
On an in-field hit Thompson
scored Jet Set third run.
In the fifth Jet Set bounced
back and scored four runs on
four hits off losing pitcher
Kendal McKenzie who came in
for Miller in that frame.
Johnson singled, Louis
McQuay flied out and Leslie
Minus was given a base on
balls.
With two down short stop
"Spoon" McKinney slapped a
single to right centre field
driving in Johnson and Minus.
Thompson picked up his
second rbi by knocking in
McKinney and he scored on a
single by Neely to give Jet Set
a 7-6 lead.
Carrolls shut out from the
second inning got together in
the seventh frame and scored a
run on a hit by pinch hitter
Lloyd Taylor and a rbi singled
by right fielder Chris Burrows
to notch the score 7-7.
Back to back singles in the
bottom of the seventh by
McQuay and Minus produced a
rbi for Minus.


Picture: RICKEY WELLS
back to first in time as John


One out later McKinney and
Thompson acheived a rbi each
to give Jet Set their ninth win
against nine losses.
JET SET


PLAYER
G. Woodside LF
L. Johnson C
L. McQuay SS, 3B
A. Pearce RF
L. Minus CF
W. Brown 1 B
S. McKinney I B
1. Fox P
E. Thompson Ph P
D. Johnson 2B
L. Neely SS
A. Johnson 3B, 2B
CARROLl
PLAYER
M. Cooper LF
F. Cooper 2B
L. Knowles 3 B
G. Saunders Dh
C. Moss SS
L. Taylor Ph
L. Clark Pr
E. Carey CF
E. Carey CF
S. Burrows Ph
B. Bradshaw C
L. Dean C
J. Martin IB
N. Moris P
K. McKinsie P


IN THE NIGHT
double header
Chargers made it a
tie for second place
bombed Heineken
last night at Q.E.S.(
Frankie Sweetin
win and Bummr
received the loss.
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Nassau for two agp
Bees. The first of
slated for tonight a
and the other to
1:00 p.m.
Carroll's host Sal
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This aan, after a long strule
and heavy expeadhare on new plays,
the European champions of 19M
finally sak into the Second Division.
Allison, former manager of
Manchester City, scored an even biler
failure. Last year he was given a
reported 13,000-pound, or $31,200,
annual salary to bose Crystal Palsee
and became the highest paid manager
in English soccer.


Appointed at the taillend
of last season, he failed to'
save Crystal Palace from
dropping into the Second
Division. This season, despite
splashing out money in all
directions on new players, the
club has fallen into the Third
Division.
Clough, the swaggering
manager of Derby County,
fell with a bump.
Some 18 months after
guiding Derby to the English
championship title, Clough
was fired and became
manager of Brighton, a
struggling Third Division
squad.
Allison and Clough are
both known nationwide as
big talkers.
Allison appears regularly
on television, commenting on
the games and offering
criticisms.
Clough built up a
reputation for a lashing
tongue. He was one of
Ramsey's strongest critics -
even when England were still
in with a good chance of
reaching the World Cup
finals.
Since joining the Third
Division ranks Clough has
quieted down. He has spent
200,000 pounds, ($480,000)
on new players for Brighton
a fantastic sum for a Third
Division club and has
begun to meet with modest
success. (AP)

Cup dates
LINEUP of games for the
World Cup in June in West
Germany:
June 13: Brazil v
Yugoslavia
June 14: W. Germany v
Chile, E. Germaffy v
Australia, Zaire v Scotland.
June 15: Uruguay v
Holland, Sweden v Bulgaria,
Italy v Haiti, Poland v
Argentina.
June 18: Chile v E.
Germany, Australia v W.
Germany, Yugoslavia v Zaire,
Scotland v Brazil.
June 19: Holland v
Sweden, Bulgaria v Uruguay,
Haiti v Poland, Argentina v
Italy.
June 22: Australia v Chile,
E. Germany v W. Germany,
Zaire v Brazil, Scotland v
Yugoslavia.
June 23: Bulgaria v
Holland, Sweden v Uruguay,
Argentina v Haiti, Poland v
Italy.


3 1 0 1 UNDERWATER
1 0 o 0 TRAINING
2 0 I 0 UNEXSO is offering a
1 0 0 programme for people who
3 0 o o wish to become certified
o o o 0 underwater instructors.
0 0 0 0 The course is held in
conjunction with NAUI the
National Association of
CAP of the Underwater Instructors and
Citibank will be held June 1 and 2 at the
a three way Grand Bahama Underwater
e when they Explorers Club.
Stars 14-4 The programme is based on
C. the new NAUI instructor
ig got the certification methods and
ty Albury courses.
Those who plan to become
come. to underwater instructors should
ainst Becks attend as it will prepare and
the pair is qualify them for an actual
t 9:30 p.m. training course.


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WRESTLING
FOUR TROPHIES will be
awarded at tonight's wrestling
at the Hoise of Champions
(8.00 p.m.)


UIA IS HgITY COTRPO iAN


Ref. A2/9


VACANCY NOTICE
Vn. No. 209
MESSENGER
ACCOUNTS DEPARTMENT


Applications are invited from suitably qualified
persons for the position of Messenger in the
Accounts Department, Bay Street.
Applicants should have a good basic education,
neat in appearance, well mannered and possess a
good geographical knowledge of the island.
Possession of a driver's licence will be an added
advantage.
Salary will be in accordance with the
Corporation's Salary Scale, Group 3, ($4,900.00 -
$5,700.00 per annum).
Written applications should reach the
undersigned not later than Wednesday, May 22nd,
1974.


9th May, 1974


Signed: HERVIS L. BAIN Jr.
Chief Personnel Officer


INDIANS


PLAY


IT SAFE


LEICESTER The Indian
cricket tourist, set to score
232 for victory against
LeicesteIlire Friday, never
took up the challenge and the
match ended in a draw.
The Indians made 103 for
three in their second Innings
with Eknath Solkar top scorer
on 38.
Englandtestfast bowler Bob
Willis was in top form and
helped bowl Warwickshire to
victory over Middlesex with a
devastating spell of three
wickets in 13 balls.
After Middlesex had revived
with a stand of 95 between
Clive Radley and John Murray,
Willis tore the heart from the
batting dismissing Radley,
Murray and Mike Smith.
It was then left to Steve
Rouse to wrap up the win by
taking the last three wickets
for 26 in four overs.
Scores:
At Edgbaston: Middlesex 262 (J.
M. Brearley 78, A. C. Smith four
for 49) and 181 (C. F. Radley 96;
D. J. Brown four for 45)
Warwickshire 393 for three inningp
closed) (D. L. Amiss 195, A.


Kalldhamrn 127) and 51 for no
welkut. Warwickshire (18 I) bat
Middleex (three pta) by tI wkc.
At Cambridgp: Camsrdgp
Uiversity 245 for nine De1 (C. J.
Aworh 56) sad 90 (M. J. Proest
towur -r 11), Glouaeeatsie 375
for sne dec. (ZalMh Abbae 112)
Oloucste-lre won by an Inniags
anm40ruias,
SAt Wor eater: Kent 302 for eight
(btanp closed) (B. W. LeckhuMt
to0, a. W. Johnson 58) and 59 (N.
Gt ford four for two. B. M. Bra
four for 29); Woroeatem ak 276 for
Six (Inanings cleOd) (G. M. Turner
138 ret hurt) and88 for fih (R. G.
A. Hedley S; D. L. Underwood
five for 2) Worcestershire (16 pts)
beat Kent by five wickets.
At Northampton: Yorkshire 26
for eMiht (R. G. Lusmb 123 not out,
R. M. H. Cottam five for 67) and
105. Northamptonshire 250 for
eight (P. Willey 54, R. T. Virgin 52,
P. Carrick four for 55) and 122 for
eight (G. A. Cope four for 4S)
Northamptonshie (16 pae) beat
Yorkshire (ix pta) by two wickets.
At Taunton: Somerset 285 (D. J.
S. Taylor 61, P. W. Donning 54, D.
P. Hughes four for 43) 104 for two
(D. J. S. Taylor 59 not out).
Lancashire 381 for eight dec. D.
Lloyd 186, B. Wood 101: D. B.
Close five for 70)., Somerset (ix
pts) drew with Lancathire (eight
pts). (AP)


Abaco fishing

trophy winners


ABACO'S third annual
fishing tournament awards
winners luncheon was held
Sunday at the Hope Town
Harbour Lodge.
Winners of the seven
trophies were:
Ultra-light Tackle Rudy
Malone of Hope Town
Light Tackle (Men) -
Brenny Ryan of Freeport
Light Tackle (Women) -
Mrs. Elaine Stepp of Staten
Island, N.Y. and Hope Town
Medium Tackle (Men) -
John Stuart Jr. of Sarasota,
Florida and Hope Town
Medium Tackle (Women) -
Mrs. Evelyn Chadwick of
Millersburg, Ohio and Hope
Town



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Spades or 5 Clubs. So I passed,
and the full hand proved to be:
none
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Against 4 Diamonds
doubled, a Spade was led, and
my partner lost no time in
getting rid of his two Club
losers on the Ace and King of
Spades. One round of trumps
was all that was necessary to
enable him to claim the hand
with the loss of one trick only.
This was disappointing for
West and East. If they sacrifice
in 4 Spades, they can get out
for 2 down, but if they do go
to 4 Spades, North would very
likely persist to 5 Diamonds on


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE

1.Tiff 22. Medical group
5. Toothache tree,24. Finished
8. Haggard novel 25. Type measure
11. Ei l 26. Overture
metalware 28. Offspring
12. Red Chinese 29. That man
leader 31. Pianist
13. Heavy weight Peter-
14. Garret 33. Knback
16. Milksop 34. Through
18. Black 35. Came up
ornamental 37. Clothes moth
work 39. Several
24 Trunk 41. Permission
2;'. Heart 42. Sherbet


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Shark John Stuart Jr.
Bonefish Maitland Lowe
of Hope Town.
Chairman Robert Stepp of
Staten Island, NY and Hope
Town, who was reelected as
1975 tournament chairman,
also presented citations to
George Clemens and Donald
Bere of London, Ontario;
David Christman of
Doylestown, Pa., and Paul Mast
of Millersburg, Ohio.
Dates for the tourney next
year will be March 27 April
S.
Tournament entries should
be mailed to the Abaco Anglers
Association, P. 0. Box 509,
Marsh Harbour, Abaco.


his hand, which he would see
as useless in defence. And if he
got a Club lead, 5 Diamonds
would be set one trick.
From the East and West
angle, the auction would be
more likely to have an
acceptable outcome if the
South hand opens I Heart;the
INT bid, irregular though it is,
makes it more difficult for East
and West to get together, and
enables North to judge as he
did excellently how much
his 8-card suit was woth
opposite INT.
RC.


BASEBALL RESULTS
BALTIMORE 3, Cleveland 1, 10
innings
Detroit 6, Boston 5
New York 7, Miwaukee 2
Chicago 8 Texas 7, 14 innings
California 2, Kansas City 1
Oakland 4, Minnesota 2
New York 7, Chicago 2
San Franckco S, Atlanta 4, 13
innings
Philadelphia 3, Pittsburgh 2
Cncinnati 2, Houston I
Montreal S, St. Louis 4
Los Angeles 7, San Diego 5


SOLUTION OF YgSTiRDAY'S PUZZIW
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43. Gossip 1. Posture
45. Avistors 2. Love philter
46. Hastened 3. Modify
47. Unique 4. Lime tree
48. Marquee 5. Morning
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