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Publication Date: May 21, 1974
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Gunmen






hold-up






visitors


By NICKI KELLY
A GERMAN COUPLE visiting the Bahamas were held up at gun-point Saturday
on their first night in their apartment in Montagu Village.
Details of the incident were provided by a neighbour who arrived home for lunch today to
discover that her own apartment had been burgled. She said the couple had moved into the Village
Saturday and because they seemed rather lost, she had volunteered information which she thought


might be helpful to them.
"In the evening they came
over for a drink and left
sometime between 11 p.m. and
midnight. I then had dinner
because I hadn't eaten and
went to bed."
Shortly after, she said, she
was aroused by urgent
knocking at her door and
recognized the voices of the
Germans.
'They said they had just
been held up at gunpoint by
two black youths between 16
and 20 years as they were
going to take a swim in the
pool."
The two bandits, one of
whom was said to be wearing
some kind of gatze mask,
demanded money. When the
man said he had none, they
ordered him to go back to his
apartment and get some but
wanted the wife left with
them. He refused.
"I don't know what he said,
but he managed to convince
the robbers to leive, without
nartming them," fle Trtbut..
was told.
The weapon carried by the
two was described as either an
air rifle or a small carbine rifle.


ROBBERS RAID HOTEL
THE SOUTH Ocean Beach Hotel and Club was raided by
armed robbers last night.
A police spokesman said only that there was a robbery.
The senior officer with detailed information was on
assignment and could not be reached.
A spokesman for the hotel declined to describe the
incident. "We'd rather not have it publicised," he said.


Police who were called to
the scene reportedly said the
description of the two bandits
fit that of two youths who had
held up a service station at
about 11.30 that same night.
The Tribune reported last
night that two gunmen held up
the Golden Gates service
station, Blue Hill and
Carmichael Roads, Saturday
night at 11.30 and made off
with $500.
Over the past week The
Tribune has reported a flood of
armed robberies and shootings.
9 May 14: five persons held
u'p by two armed youths on
the Carmichael Road after a
car chase and robbed at
gunpoint.
May 16: Two incidents


reported. Shooting of a guard
dog at the Montagu Film
Studios and robbing of a film
man at gunpoint, and shooting
of a Carmichael Road resident
at the Golden Isles Club during
a robbery.
May 17: German doctor,
visiting here with a hockey
team, shot while witnessing an
armed holdup at the Love
Beach Colony Club.
May 20: Nassau resident
Brian Thomas shot and robbed.
This newspaper has called on
Government for further, and
better police protection.'and
has asked the Police


Commissioner
conference to
matter.


for a press
deal with the


Murder trial told


of blue jacket clue


THEOPHILUS SMITH, an
Eight Mile Rock teenager
accused of the murder of
Saybolt and Company oil
inspector Clive Crocker on
September 6, last year, was
seen wearing a blue jacket
similar to one discovered at the
scene by police, the Supreme
Court was told today.
Smith, 19, is represented by
attorney Joseph Hollings-
worth, and pleaded not guilty
to the charge of murder.
Smith was seen wearing a
blue jacket similar to one
exhibited in court by a
neighbour, Mrs. Marion
Saunders, on September 6, at
Grand Bahama the court was
told today.


Mrs. Saunders testified that
she lived near the accused. She
had four sons, one of them
Arlington who she denied was
with Smith on the night of the
murder.
She was certain that Smith
had on a blue jacket, she told
the court, but admitted that
she could not identify it in
detail when cross-examined by
attorney Joseph Hollingsworth
as to the patterns on it.
She said, however, that he
was also wearing a pair of red
plaid trousers.
Crocker, an Englishman,
working at the BORCO
refinery at the time of his
death, was discovered lying
face-down on the beach. He


had been stabbed several times
in the neck, chest and back.
His grey coloured car,
containing blood-stains on the
door and window, was found
some distance away by police
officers.
Fingerprint expert, Det. Insp.
McDonald Chase said that in
his opinion, the fingerprints on
Crocker's car could only have
been made by the accused who
had also given police officers
samples of his fingerprints
shortly after his arrest.
The trial, heard before Chief
Justice Leonard J. Knowles, is
being conducted by
prosecution attorneys Janet
Bostwick and Algernon Allen.


GOOMBAY RHYTHMS
will fill the air a little earlier
than expected, the Tourism
Ministry announced today.
The Goombay Summer
Festival officially starts
Saturday, June I, but to
make sure the mood is right,
a Goombay Parade has been
slated for Bay Street on
Friday night, May 31.
Goombay Parades are
scheduled weekly features of
the three-month
people-to-people programme.
An additional night has been
scheduled for May 31
because according to a
Ministry spokesman, "a
rousing and colorful event
such as this parade will help
to create a festive
atmosphere and thus set the
tune for the 'Goombay
Jump-In '74' festivities at the
Crown Ballroom of the
Pardise Island Hotel on June

AT

SEE
MODERN FURNITURE
FOR MODERN
PEOPLE
Od Salmn


1, an event that will officially
launch the programme."
Goombay parades feature
colourfully attired Bahamian
jump-in dancers cavorting to
the music of top local bands


on Bay Street. They begin at
6:30 p.m. and continue to
12:30. a.m. Bay Street
between East and George
Streets is closed to vehicular
traffic during the parades.


By NICKI KELLY
ALTHOUGH the
government's plan is to own
the gambling casinos, it was
never contemplated that it
would go into the day-to-day
operations, Prime Minister
Lynden Pindling disclosed on
Miami's Channel 7 Florida
Forum Sunday.
Mr. Pindling was the guest
on the award-winning public
affairs programme answering
questions on the Bahamian
economy, tourism, gambling,
unemployment, Abaco, the
Opposition, the Haitian
situation and Robert Vesco.
The questions and answers


revealed little that was new,
other than the fact that the
government does not intend
to take part in the daily
running of the casinos.
When asked whether the
government had decided to
take over the casinos because
the outside interests were
Undesirable, the Prime
minister pointed out that the
casinos were initially an
"experiment."
'"When they were first
introduced the policy then
was that they would be a
powerful assistance to the
economy, but they would
be an experiment.
"The ten years have


British

Airways

back in

the air
BRITISH AIRWAYS overseas
division will be back in the
air again this week after
being grounded for two
weeks by a cabin staff
dispute.

The strike settlement was
announced Monday and
from tomorrow British
Airways planes will be
carrying flight crews into
position on the airline's
world-wide routes.
Flight services are expected to
begin on Thursday and the
first flight to Nassau on
Friday.

The strike has delayed mail
and newspapers from
England.

The strike cost British Airways
more than $140 million,
Stewards and stewardesses in
the overseas division of the
state-owned airline had been
campaigning for better pay
and conditions. Their strike
grounded all of the long-haul
division's 61 planes.

The strike was called off after
union organizers said many
of the 3,000 strikers wanted
to return to work.

At the same time a two-day-old
strike by baggage loaders at
London's Heathrow Airport
ended when the men voted
unanimously to go back.

They had walked out Saturday
in sympathy with one man
suspended for disciplinary
reasons.

BANQUET FOR
SIR ROLAND

A TESTIMONIAL banquet
for Sir Roland Symonette is to
be given June 29 at the
Sheraton British Colonial
Hotel, it was announced today.
The banquet, organized by
the Committee to honour Sir
Roland, is intended as an
expression of appreciation for
the 75-year-old legislator's
service to the country over the
last 50 years.
Cocktails will be served at
7.30 p.m. and dinner at 8.30
p.m.


MACKEY International
Airlines is to expand its service
from south Florida to the
Bahamas within the next week,
a company spokesman said
today.
"Because of an increase in
business," the airline will be
replacing its 44-passenger
Convair 440s with three
90-passenger DC-6s. Seat
demand has been particularly
marked in travel to Treasure
Cay and Marsh Harbour, where
extra seats have had to be put
on.


expired and everyone knew
there was no guarantee the
licenccr would be renewed.
We considered the matter and
during the five or six years
that we have had to look at
the operation and police it,
we came to the conclusion
that if the casinos are to
continue in operation then
they ought to be owned and
controlled by the government
or there wouldn't be any."
Added- the. Prime Minister:
"The policy is that if we are
going to have casinos then it
is better that they are fully
owned and controlled by the
government than those
outside the country."


and 20 and August 3 and 17.
The ship will arrive in
Nassau 5 p.m. June 4, 18,
July 2, 16 and 30, and
August 13; and at 6. p.m.
July 8, 22, August 5 and 19.
The liner will leave Nassau
for New York at 3 a.m. June
6, 20, July 4 and 18, and
August 1 and 15; and at 6
p.m. July 9, and 23, and
August 6 and 21.
The s/s Mikhail
Lermantov, owned by the
same company, is also
scheduled to call at Nassau
for one visit on July 11.
E.H. Mundy & Co., are the
local agents for both ships.
The managing agents for the
vessel's owners are March
Shipping of Montreal. The
Cruise operators are Wall
Street Cruises, Inc. of New
York.


Mackey, classified as a third
level carrier, is not permitted
under Civil Aeronautics Board
regulations to operate more
than a 28-passenger aircraft. It
has already received one
exemption from the CAB to
use 44-passenger planes on the
Florida-Bahamas run, and last
year applied for a further
exemption to operate
DC-6s. "Mackey is now the
only third level carrier in the
United States with this
exemption," the company's
representative said.


Other points touched on
by Mr. Pindling:
THE CAYMANS: This is a
newer area whose laws and
banking system are not as
highly developed as ours ...
you can get away with
more."
ABACO INDEPENDENCE
MOVEMENT: "So far we have
not yet seen this as a
subversive activity. Freedom
of speech is an important part
of our constitution, and if
they are prepared to abide
within the terms of the
constitution they are free to
say what they please."
ROBERT VESCO: 'The
extradition of Mr. Vesco


I II


THE S/S MAXIM GORKI
will become the first
Russianlowned cruise ship to
vitit Nassau when she
schedules a series of ten
cruises to the Bahamas this
summer.
The ship was formerly the
s/s Hamburg, built in
Hamburg, Germany in 1968
and recently purchased by
the Black Sea Shipping
Company of Russia. The
Maxim Gorki is an ultra
modem cruise liner of 25,000
gross tons fully stabilized and
air-conditioned.
The cruises to Nassau will
be out of New York carrying
mainly U.S. passengers.
The planned schedule is as
follows: leaving New York 3
p.m. on June 2, 16, and 30,
July 14 and 28 and August
11; and at 4 p.m. on July 6


Bahamasair doubles



Miami-Nassau run


BAHAMASAIR, the
national flag-carrier, is to
double its daily Miami-Nassau
service when the new summer
schedules take effect on June
28, almost completely filling
the gap left by the pull-out of
Pan American.
An additional four
round-trip flights will be added
to the present number, giving
Carrier eight round-trips in
more than any other
airline servicing the Miami
Nassau route.


Mr. Dann Lewis, Director of
Marketing for the company,
pointed out that the additional
flights will provide "a more
convenient service for both
tourist and local traffic alike."
He said the decision to
increase flights between the
two destinations indicated "the
dynamic role that
BAHAMASAIR intended to
take" in the development of
tourism and business travel
between the Commonwealth
and other countries.
"This means that there will


be no massive shortfall of seats
during the summer over the
Miami gateway as result of the
withdrawal of services by Pan
American," he added.
It was calculated that the
flight increase by the airline'on
this route, linked with the
twice daily service between
Freeport and Miami, will offer
travellers more than 97,000
seats during the months of July
and August alone. This count
represents an increase of some
50,000 seats over last year's
total for Bahamasair.

"The increase in capacity
coupled with newly negotiated
interline and through-fare
agreements with international
carriers, such as Delta, National
Airlines, Trans World Airlines,
Eastern Airlines, Pan American
Airways, and International Air
Bahama, should mean vastly
improved service for all
travellers," Mr. Lewis
explained.
Bahamasair's domestic plans
call for the introduction of
new services and the upgrading
of existing ones.
The new scheduled will
affect service to the following
Family Islands, from Nassau:
Cape Eleuthera -- his will
be upgraded from a Goose to
Twin Otter.
Deadman's Cay and Stella
Maris These routes will
receive twice the level of
service they are presently
experiencing, with afternoon
services added to the existing
morning flights. The former
will have six round trips and
the latter eight round trips per
week.
Crooked Island Service
will be improved from both a
frequency and capacity
standpoint. There will be six
services a week by Aero
Commander.
Bahamasair will also
inaugurate its FH-227,
thrice-weekly service between
San Andros, Great Harbour
Cay, and Miami.
Bahamasair also expects to
introduce between Nassau and
South Caicos a twice weekly
service. On Mondays via
?layaguana; and on Thursdays
via Inagua.
The new schedule goes into
effect on June 28.


We need committed youth leaders, says Bishop Hagarty


ONE OF our deepest needs
concerning youth is for
committed youth leaders -
men and women to help our
youth mature, to lead their
youth groups, to help them
understand the value of
discipline and to help them
discern what is their vocation,
their call in life.
Bishop Paul Leonard
Hagarty said this is his charge
to assembly delegates last night
at a concelebrated mass at St.
Francis Xavier Cathedral.
The mass began the second
Diocesan General Assembly of
the Catholic Church which is
now going on at St.
Augustine's College, Fox Hill.
The attitudes of our young
people, and, for that matter, all
of us, as regards the priorities
in one's life must always be
based on Christian principles,
the Bishop sid. "We deplore
the many acts of violent crime
we are now suffering," he said.


Our people have ever been
known to be a gracious,
friendly and God-fearing
people. These qualities were
never more in need than they
are today, he stated.
"We appeal to the adult
population of our church to
rekindle the faith of our
youth," said the Bishop.
"We must find creative ways
for their energies. Youth is a
time of the call of God, may
.we not be found wanting in
helping them to be equipped in
answering this call," he
charged.
"We need the young to see
the needs of the church, for
teachers and priests, and for
faithful parents and spouses,"
he said.
Let them discover the
services needed for the
upbuilding of this land; not
primarily in terms of how
much money they will gain,


but how they will be able to
serve the needs of others, to
find fulfillment in so doing and
glorifying God.
"We do not look upon our
youth as a particular problem,"
he declared, "but rather as a
challenge of God to lead a new
generation into a knowledge of
experience of His way, His
truth and his life.
We rejoice in the young and
we challenge them to open
their lives to the cell of God, to
the espousal-and services of
Christ through His Church,
Bishop Hagarty said.
Noting that the theme of
this year's assembly is our
youth, he said the church of
tomorrow needs and relies on
our young men and women.
The church, no less than the
political life or the economic
life of a country, depends on
the power that our youth can
and must exert for good,he
declared.


Our young people are aware
of the need of a better world
and they must receive from us
the encouragement they need
and deserve to foster their
great potential, he observed.
Parents must ever be aware
of guiding and providing an
atmosphere where our young
people can become fully
mature and become prepared
to enter the entire life of our
nation, that is, the political,
social, economic and religious
life of the Commonwealth of
the Bahamas, he said.
For the first time in our
history, he noted, in the
Bahamas, and even in the
world, the young population
outnumbers the old and yet
the young are in the formative
stages of their lives.
Youth % a time of idealism
when the young feel the burst
of energy to do what is best, he
pointed out. They feel the


desire to risk, the courage to
make the world a better place,
Bishop Hagarty explained. We
hear this often in their
conversations and in their
prayers.
At the present time, there
are many young in our land, as
throughout the world, who are
searching for Jesus, who want
to come to faith. "We rejoice
in this," said Bishop Hagarty.
It is our task the adult
population within the church
- to encourage this and not to
be cynical about it, he felt.
Would that we had many more
sport centres or clubs where
the youth could gather and be
listened to, where they could
grow and mature in christian
surroundings. he said.
This gives us a responsibility
for better example of our
family life, of our own
personal lives, and the
responsibility to help


encourage them to come to
maturity in Christ, the Bishop
said.
The Bishop also told those
at the mass that "it is a special
joy for us to have so many of
our brothers and sisters of the
various christian churches and
of the Bahamas Christian
Council to join with us in
prayer and worship of God.
"How beautiful it is for
brethern to dwell as one. One
of the strongest pillars of
strength in this new'
Commonwealth of thel
Bahamas is the warmth of
mutual love and trust between
the members of all christian
churches in these islands. This
ecumenical spirit is young and
it is most welcome."
The mass was attended by.
the Governor General Sir M b
Butler and Lady BDtler, oal
Mrs. L. O. Pindling, wife of the
Prime Minister.


from the Bahamas has
nothing to do with friendly
relations between the
Bahamas and the U.S., but
everything to do with the
terms of the extradition
agreement.
"This spells out which
offences are extradictable and
which are not. Who
determines this is not a
political or executive
decision. It is a judicial
matter decided in a court 'of
law. Mr. Vesc. has done
nothing in the Bahamas that
would bar him," said Mr.
Pindling.
UNEMPLOYMENT: 'Mhil
has risen by one half per cent
since independence.


Oduber

gives

Vesco

warning
SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA -
President Daniel Oduber has
warned fugitive U.S. financier
Robert L. Vesco that he would
be asked to leave the country if
he involved any government
official in his business deals.
Oduber also urged the
financier, who is said to have
$30 million in investments
here, to put his money in
agriculture, livestock, tourism
or other areas that would
benefit the country.
The President made his
comments in a letter to Vesco
before his inauguration May 8.
Copies of the letter were issued
to the press Monday night.
Sources say Vesco has
money in a soon-to-be
launched San Jose newspaper
called Excelsior as well as in
two television and four radio
stations.
Oduber said that his letter
*warned .Vesco that he is
readying a bill for Congress to
pay all shares in the
information media to Costa
Rican hands.
Oduber refused to comment
on Vesco's presence here
during his campaign, although
he announced he Would
prepare laws to restrict foreign
investment in this Central
American country of 25 .
million people to a minority
ownership associated with
national capital.
Vesco has lived in Costa
Rica since he fled his American
home after being indicted in
the United States on fraud and
obstruction of justice charges.
(AP)

Depression

breaks up
MIAMI The first tropical
depression of the 1974
hurricane season broke up
today and was downgraded to
a tropical disturbance by the
National Hurricane Centre.
The depression, which
formed in the northwest
Caribbean on Monday,
"became disorganized as it
crossed the northeast part of
the Yucatan Peninsula during
the night" and moved into
the southcentral Gulf of
Mexico, the Centre said.
But forecasters said the
disturbance was kicking up
gusty winds and high seas
over a broad area from
Jamaica and Western Cuba.
northwestward into the
central part of the Gulf.
The storm had ststatned
winds of about 30 m.p.h. on
Monday before it broke up. A.
depression is defined as a
storm with winds of up to 39
m.p.h. Winds must reach 74
m.p.h. before a hurricane
designation is given. (AP)
GHS KEY CLUB
INSTALLATION


The installation banquet of
the Government High,School
Key Club will be. held in the'"
Nassau Room of the Sheraton:
British Colonial Hotel Friday
at 8p.m.
House Speaker ArlintOn
Butler will be the prifdpal
speaker.


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PINDLING: WHY WE WANT THE CASINOS


A TOUCH OF RUSSIAN

FOR THE TOURISTS


Getting in the Goombay spirit


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Israelis

launch

new attack
TEL AVIV Israeli
warplanes crossed the Lebanese
border today, bombing and
strafing "Arab terrorist
targets" less than 24 hours
after Premier Golda Meir
declared a systematic new war
against guerillas, the military
command announced.
A command communique
said the Israeli jets made a
half-hour raid on guerilla
centres in "Fatahland," the
southeast corner of Lebanon
near Mt. Hermon that is often
a staging area for guerilla
operations.
Israeli planes have
repeatedly attacked the
"Fatahland" sector recently,
with the military command
claiming that guerillas were
aiding the Syrian assault
against Israeli ground forces
atop Mt. Hermon.
But a command spokesman
said today of the "new phase"
of antiguerilla warfare
following last Wednesday's
terrorist attack on the village
of Maalot, which left 26
Israelis dead and 74 wounded.
(AP)

Kirk plea

on bomb

WELLINGTON New
Zealand Prime Minister
Norman Kirk has sent a
message to Indian Prime
Minister Indira Gandhi. asking
her government to make a
formal commitment not to
manufacture nuclear weapons,
pending achievement of a
comprehensive test ban treaty
that both countries support.
Kirk said in a statement:
"Each test will move us further
from the aims of the
non-proliferation treaty which
remains vitally important to
the control of nuclear
weapons. The world will not be
made safer by more nuclear
explosions." (AP)


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Callaghan:



Let s be



partners

WASHINGTON British Foreign Secretary James Callaghan
called urgently today for a trans-Atlantic partnership in which the
United States and Europe consult, coordinate and cooperate with
each other in meeting at least seven problem areas in the world.
In a National Press Club
breakfast speech he warned:
"If we do not work together or
if we pull in opposite
directions, these problems will
not be solved."
Callaghan candidly
acknowledged there have been -
two schools of thought in
Europe. "

the Americans are too
powerful and would undermine
Europe's independence.
He did not mention France
by name but it clearly was a
reference to the previous
Gaullist government when he
said this school of thought
considered that Europe must MR. CALLAGHAN
construct its own policies first U.S. call
and only after that should it
discuss them with the United Secretaryof State Dr.
States. lenry Kissinger fr his efforts
fHe said Britain has not been on rising iseffoe
alone in refusing to accept such between Israel and her Arab
views of relations with the U.S. between srae a r
"It was noteworthy that neighbours.
Chancellor Helmut Schmidt in "This remarkable man
his first speech in the Federal deserves our full support for
Republic of Germany his unceasing efforts and he has
underlined the importance that already achieved more tha;:
he attached to partnership with anyone in the last 26 years."
the United States," Callaghan
noted. Callaghan said there are signs
lie emphasized that relations of a new realism in the Middle
between Europe and the U.S. Fast after three wars. In Israel
must go further and deeper there is growing recognition
than conversations at periodic that she cannot live by military
intervals. might alone, he said. Among
Callaghan said the seven Israel's Arab neighbours there
problem areas in the world is willingness to recognize
upon which the U.S. and Israel's right to exisl in
Europe must cosult, coordinate security. (AP)
and cooperate were:


The overriding need for
neace in the Mid East:


High oil prices
supply of oil:
Failure to
galloping inflation:
Finding a sa
system for supply
materials and common


SUGAR


SAN JUAN The Sugar
s and the Corporation of Puerto Rico,
the new government owned
overcome agency that owns or leases I1
sugar mills, will soon place a
$95 million bond issue on Wall
satisfactory Street.


ying raw
diti's;


Adjustment to changing
money flows between the
countries of the world:
Coming to grips with the
plight of people living in
developing countries which
have neither adequate raw
materials, nor commodities nor
sufficient technology;
Finally. neither the
l-uropean security conference
nor the talks with the Soviet
Union on a mutual balance
force reduction have yet
achieved success.
Only the problems of the
Middle East and relations with
the Soviet Union are being
tackled on a systematic and
possibly hopeful basis. he said.
Callaghan, here to attend the
ministerial meeting of the
('en!ral lTreaty Organization
('CNTO).applauded the absent


The proceeds will be used to
help finance the past deficit
incurred in the battle to
rejuvenate the sugar industry.
(AP)


SCREAMING

MOB

ATTACKS

UNION

CHIEF
BELFAST Protestant
strikers today opened fire
with automatic weapons on
police who tried to dismantle
street barricades blocking the
flow of traffic into the
paralysed city.
A jeering mob of
Protestant militants,
meanwhile, punched and
screamed abuse at Britain's
top trade unionist, Lionel
Murray, as he led a
peace-making, back-to-work
march into the giant Harland
and Wolff shipyards.
Only about 150 workers
joined the march, too few to
get the shipyard back into
operation.
No casualties were
reported in the shooting
incident at Connswater Street
in East Belfast. Murray,
Secretary-General of the
powerful Trades Union
Congress, did not appear to
have been badly hurt.
In London, Prime Minister
Harold Wilson called a special
Cabinet meeting to discuss
the deteriorating situation in
Northern Ireland, virtually
crippled by the week-old
strike.
Armed police and troops
were forced to move in to
keep the screaming, flailing
men and women away from
Murray and other union
leaders.
Murray arrived here from
London yesterday in a bid to
mediate a week-old general
strike of Protestants in
protest against Britain's
efforts to build a
power-sharing regime joining
Roman Catholics and
Protestants for the first time
in Northern Ireland's history.
The march was the first of
two "back-to-work" moves
by union men and moderates
and was aimed to rally
support for their stand
against the strike that has
paralysed Northern Ireland.
Militants shook their fists
at the marchers and yelled:
"We know your faces now.
We'll get you."


Such
already
workers
offices
tight.


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kept thousands of
at home, and shops,
and factories shut


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WASHINGTON Jeb
Stuart Magruder, the number 2
man in President Nixon's
re-election campaign was
sentenced today to serve at
least 10 months in prison for
helping plan the Watergate
break-in, bugging and cover-up.
U.S. district judge John J.
Sirica ordered that Magrude"
serve a 10-month to four-year
term in a minimum security
institution and gave him un'il
June 4 to surrender himself.
Magruder was the first
Nixon insider to publicly admit
his own involvement in the
Watergate case and the first to
publicly accuse others in the
cover-up.
"My ambition obscured my
judgment," Magruder told


Sirica in a brief statement. He
said he still doesn't know how
he surrendered "my moral
precepts."
"I know what I have done,"
he said. "I'm confident the
country will survive Watergate
and Jeb Magruder."
Magruder's lawyer James E.
Sharp told the judge that
Magruder has already been
punished in the 13 months
since he first told of his role in
Watergate to federal
prosecutors.
Magruder was the sixth
former White House aide to be
sentenced to prison. He
pleaded guilty Aug. 16 to a
single count of conspiracy to
unlawfully intercept
communications, to obstruct


justice and to defraud the
United States.
Sirica could have sentenced
Magmrder to a maximum five
years in prison and fined him
$10,000.
Dressed in a grey pinstripped
suit and a striped shirt,
Magruder told of seeing "the
confusion in the eyes of my
children, the heartbreak in
the eyes of my wife, the
contempt in the eyes of
others." (AP)


BASSETTERRE, St. Kitts
Delegates to the semi-annual
conference of the Caribbean
Shipping Association were


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Queen Margre-
the II of Den-
mark, escort d by
Prince P1l0p,
walks down the
pontoon at the
Royal Navy
College, Green-
wich, to begin her
3.day state visit
to Britain.
The Queen and
Prince Hewik of
Denmark (ml-
uting), who
arrived in the
Royal Danish
Yacht, 'Danne-
brog' (back-
ground), were
taken ashore in
the Port of
London Authori-
ty's barge,'Nore'.
Thro ughout
their State Visit
the Royal couple
stayed at Windsor
Cast It
Among Queen
Margrethe's more
informal engage-
ments was a visit
to the Society of
Antiquaries and
the Ancient
Monuments Lab-
oratory -
particularly of
interest to her
since she studied
archaeology in
England before
becoming Queen.


urged by St. Kitts Pr mier
Robert Bradshaw to consider
operating ships beyond the
immediate Caribbean area.


Give yourselves up, plead parents in SLA hunt


LOS AN(;GLI-S As
lawmen continued their search
for Patricia Ilearst and William
and Emily larris, the
distraught parents of the
suspected Syrn bionese
Liberation Army members
pleaded with their children to
surrender rather than face
possible violent death.
With the memory of last
Friday's flaming deaths of six
SLA members vivid in her
mind. Mrs. Betty Bunnell.
Harris' mother. said: "All of us
just can't bear the thought of
seeing anything on film like we
saw this past weekend, and to
think that it might happen to
my son is almost unbearable
and I do wish he would give
himself up."
Mrs. Harris' father. Frederic


Schwartz, flew to Los Angeles
from Chicago Monday night to
plead with his daughter to
surrender to him.
In a statement aimed at
Emily, 27. Schwartz said:
"You have only two choices
open now: You may elect to
die an equally horrible and
totally useless death ... your
other choice is to come forth
and live."
lie offered to meet her and
take her to law officers.
And in Ilillsborough,
California. Catherine Hearst,
mother of the 20-year-old coed
whose kidnapping on Feb. 4
set off this case, said: "I hope
she will give herself up and
come home."
But there was no sign that
Miss Hearst or the Harrises. a


white couple, were about to
voluntarily give up. Ar.d more
than 100 local, state and
federal law officers remained
on full-time duty in search of
the three, who are described as
"armed and extremely
dangerous" and possibly the
last remnants of the small band
of terrorists.
Law officers said their
search for Miss Hearst and the
Harrises was still centred in
southern California, although
Los Angeles police Cmdr. Pete
Hegan declared: "If they've got
any sense, they'd have left.
Things are getting hot here."
The three are wanted on FBI
complaints, filed Monday, for
investigation of illegal use and
possession of automatic
weapons.
The FBI decision to classify
Miss Hearst as an SLA
participant capped a wild
weekend in which six leaders


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of the SLA, including its top
leader, Cinque, died after an
hour-long gunbattle with 500
police at a south Los Angeles
hideout.
The FBI said it concluded
that Miss Hearst had joined the
revolutionary clique which
violently kidnapped her 3V2
months ago.
An 18-year-old youth had
identified her and the Harrises
as the persons who kidnapped
him for 12 hours and stole his
truck in a getaway from a
sporting goods store last
Thursday.
The FBI said it believed it
was Mis Hearst who fired 30


rounds of automatic rifle slugs
into the store after Harris
allegedly bungled an attempt
to shoplift a 49-cent pair of
socks.
William Sullivan, an FBI
official in Los Angeles, said it
was that bungled shoplifting
that started police into the
rapid series of weekend
developments in which they
began to close in on the SLA
for the first time.
"If these people didn't make
mistakes, it would be hard as
hell to catch them," he said.
Miss Hearst, who had been
studying art history at the
University of California and


planning a summer wedding
when she was kidnapped, "wil!
be given the opportunity to
surrender," Sullivan said.
But he added solemnly: "If
she opens fire on FBI agents or
police, the fire will be
returned. "(AP)
RAWLE MURDER
KINGSTON The West
Indies Associated Appeal Court
has upheld the conviction of
two men for the murder of
Cecil Rawle the former St.
Vincent acting attorney. Rawle
was shot and fatally wounded
on May 11, 1973. when he
answered a knock on the door
of his home. (AP)


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16-year-old Guru who is
spiritual leader of the Divine
Light Mission, has married his
secretary.
The Rocky Mountain News
said today in a copyright story
that the Guru married Marolyn
Lois Johnson, 24. Monday
night.
Afterward, a reception was
held at his $80,000 house here.
The Guru claims more than
30,000 followers in the United
States and six million
worldwide. The mission is
based in Denver, Colorado.
"Just Married" was written
in whitewash on the rear
windows of a silver Maserati
sports car, a wedding gift to
the couple.
Guru Maharaj Ji needed a
court order from juvenile court
Judge Morris E. Cole to obtain
a marriage licence because he
was too young to be married in
Colorado without parental
permission.
The Guru's father is dead and
his mother lives in India.
Cole said the Guru "makes
quite a bit of money and he
seems quite mature much
older than 16."(AP)

Dr. kamsey to

visit Russia
LONDON Dr. Michael
Ramsey, Archbishop of
Canterbury, has announced
that he will pay his first visit to
East Germany later this month.
The 69-year-old Archbishop.
who said he previously has
visited such Communist
countries as the Soviet Union,
Romnania and Bulgaria, told a
news conference that he would
go to East Germany May 24.
"1 believe that every
exchange of church leaders
from one country to anothci
helps Christian unity in
bringing home to people that
we :'11 belong to a true whole,"
he said, adding that he also
planned to preach in public
several times.
He said he planned a
two-day visit to West Berlin
starting May 29. (AP)


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The Tribune -- Tuesday, May 21, 1974


lhtP gribunt
NuLUm s A~ncrUs JURBAE IN VERBA MAGIST'I
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publiher/Editor 1903- 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH.O.B.E., K.C.S.G.,D.Litt.. LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributing Editor 1972
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor 1972.
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
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Tuesday, May 21, 1974


I EDITORIAL

A cussing president


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
IN THIS column yesterday I quoted at great length from Merle
Miller's oral biography of President Harry Truman whose
scrupulous honesty and fearless outspokeness on public issues set
a high standard of public morality in every office he held, from
the lowest up to the Presidency of the U.S.
Mr. Truman did not make any effort to conceal his contempt
for phoney characters ... people who put on airs and considered
themselves important when they had nothing with which to back
it up. But there were only two men that he thoroughly disliked.
One of them was Richard Nixon.
General Eisenhower succeeded him as President of the U.S.
with Mr. Nixon as his Vice President.
He didn't have any respect for General Eisenhower.
"I was never too happy about the fellow who succeeded me in
the White House," he said. "He didn't give a damn about the
welfare of the people."
'"ow about Vice President Nixon?," Mr. Miller asked Mr.
Truman.
"Now let's not get into that," Mr. Truman replied. "I've told
you, all the time I've been in politics there's only two people I
hate. He (Nixon) not only doesn't give a damn about the people,
he doesn't know how to tell the truth. I don't think the son of a
bitch knows the difference between telling the truth and lying."


Commenting on Mr. Truman's character and his reputation for
honesty and fair dealing, Edgar HIinde, a fellow-citizen of
Independence, Missouri had this to say.
"I have had the President tell me many, many times that Tom
Piendergast never asked him to do anything that wasn't
absolutely all right. And I think he gave Mr. Truman a free hand
while he was in county politics, and he ran his job as he saw fit.
There was never any hint of graft or skulduggery all the time he
was in office in Jackson County.
"In 1931 1 believe they issued a bond issue. They voted
seven million dollars to build a road system in Jackson County,
and every one of those contracts, with I believe the exception of
one, was let to out-of-state contractors.
"There was only one contractor in the state of Missouri that
got a job here. That was because Harry never let politics enter
into a thing of that kind. le gave the bid to the lowest bidder. It
didn't matter who he was as long as he could do the job.
"And when they finished they had about twenty-five miles
more of road than they had contracted for and about two
hundred and thirty thousand dollars left in money. So I don't
think you could say there was any graft in that deal.
"In fact, when Harry started that bond issue, he appointed a
bipartisan board of supervisors to oversee things under his
supervision, and there was not a bit of graft in this expenditure of
ten million dollars."

"I understand Tom Prendergast once asked you to come to
Kansas City to meet some contractors who were unhappy that
they weren't getting awarded contracts while you were in office. "
Merle Miller asked Mr. Truman.
"He did, and I went, and here were a!! these birds in his office.
local contractors, and they said they deserved to get the bids for
building the roads because they were local people and local
taxpayers and that sort of thing.
"And I said I didn't give a damn who they were or where they
were from. I said I was going to give the bids to the lowest
bidders who could do the job, and I didn't care if they were from
California or China or where.
"And old Tom Prendergast told them, he said he warned them
that I was the contrariest goddamn mule in the world. And they
left. They were sore as hell and were mumbling and carrying on,
but they left, and afterwards Tom Prendergast said to me that 1
was to go ahead and carry out my commitments as best I saw fit.
and that is what I did."
"And you never had any more trouble with Mr. Prendergast on
that score?"
"No, nor on any other. I've said many times that he never
asked me to do a dishonest deal, and that's the God's truth. I did
my job in the way I thought it ought to be done. And he never
interfered, not even when he was in deep trouble himself."


I think I should explain that Mr. Prendergast was a crooked
party boss for the county but he was unable to corrupt Mr.
Truman.
All this happened when Mr. Truman was a junior official in his
home county, long before he became a Senator. Vice President
and finally President.
In another office he held, he found the county deeply in debt.
By stopping graft and other leaks, he not only paid off the debt
but left money in the bank when he left that office.

On another occasion Mr. Truman built a court house in Kansas
City and erected a statue to Andrew Jackson.
Mr. Truman prided himself on his knowledge of architecl.re.
In order to get the best possible structures for the money lie
drove 25,000 to 30,000 miles across the U.S. until he saw a court
house and an equestrial statue that measured up to his standards.
This was during the depression and nobody thought he could
do it. But he did. He ended up by having for his county some of
the finest roads, and one of the most beautiful court houses and
statues in the nation.
He produced these results because in each case he hired the
out-of-town architects who had designed the court house and
statue that he admired.
Whenever Mr. Truman handled public money lie got the most
and the best for the public. He regarded public money as a sacred
trust.
Asked who paid for his trip across the country in search of
structures to his liking, he said he paid for it out of his own
pocket.
At that time the office Mr. Truman was holding paid only


EDITOR The Tribune,
Today in our society the
public, the Ministry of
Ecuation and all those in
authority seem to assume that
there has to be an established
order of precedence.
If a school was once great or
was once a champion everyone
sees it as virtually invincible.
So when such a school is
defeated or even faces defeat it
cannot be accepted.
We submit that justice
should be done at all times and
not least of all in
inter-scholastic activities where
it is not simply a matter of
winning but playing the game
as the game of life ought to be
played.
It is perhaps ironical, even
ludicrous, that the very persons
who should be endeavouring to
promtoe a sense of
sportsmanship arc the ones
who destroy this spirit where it
exists.
During May last year the
inter-school debating finals
were held between
Government High School and
what was formerly C. H.
Reeves Senior High (Robinson
Road). To all that listened
that is besides the judges C.


H. Reeves won the debate.
However, because of some
apparent miscalculation on the
part of the judges, Government
High was said to be the winner.
Again on May 17, 1974, the
finals were once more held.
This time between C. C.
Sweeting Senior High and
Government High schools. And
as with the previous year, it
appeared that C. C. Sweeting
had won.
This is by no means an
attack on Government High
School or its debaters but
rather this letter seeks to open
the eyes of the unwary so that
justice should always appear to
be done.

R. FERGUSON.

THE ASCENSION
AT MARY STAR
On Thursday, the feast of
the Ascension will be observed
at Mary, Star of the Sea
church, Freeport with two
masses. The first will be
offered at 10 a.m., the second
at 5:30 p.m. At St. Jude's in
Williamstown, mass will be at 6
p.m.


$6,000 a year!

When Mr. Truman completed his eight years in the White
Ilouse he and his wife went back to the simple house in
Independence that his wife had inherited from her mother!
No man in public life can get rich unless he is dishonest, Mr.
Trunian declared.
There is a great deal in yesterday's and today's stories about
the way Mr. Truman conducted himself in public office for both
the government and the people of the Bahamas to learn.

Yesterday's story of how Mr. Truman cussed the Ku Klux Klan
and later cussed Joe McCarthy ... and he didn't give a damn if it
cost him votes ... reminds me of my experience in the 1949
election in the Eastern District in Nassau in which I was a
candidate.
When I entered the House of Assembly for the Inagua and
Mayaguana district I was a Protestant.
During my term in the House I joined the Roman Catholic
Church. I was the first Roman Catholic to sit in the House.
Up to that time Roman Catholics were sternly frowned on in
this strongly Protestant community. When I joined the church my
friends told me that my public career was finished. I was also told
that when I came home in 1928 with a foreign bride ... why
hadn't I married one of my own girls?
As it has turned out, these were probably the two best things I
have done in my life.
In all my elections I had come under racial pressure from the
Old Guard. In this election I also had religious prejudice to face.
At the time a Protestant Minister ... he came from Canada but
he may have been an Englishman ... was pastor of an influential
Old Guard church in Nassau.
We became very friendly. At least I thought so. He was in my
office almost every day and I gave him plenty space for his
church's activities.
A campaign was started against me as a Roman Catholic and.
to my great surprise, this Protestant minister preached a series of
sermons in his church about the danger of having Catholics in the
House.
I met this challenge head on. I wrote an article in this column
declaring that I was a Roman Catholic ... I was proud of it ... I
didn't give a damn about people who didn't like it ... they could
go to hell with their votes. I didn't want their votes anyway.
This stopped the anti-Catholic campaign and I won the
election.

Oh yes. after the election was over my Protestant minister
"friend". who needed news space in The Tribune, came back one
day.
As it happened, we met on the stairway. He was coming up to
my office. I was going out.
I just looked him cold in the eye. That's all. He got the
message. He left and never came back.
Some time later his fock packed him out of the country for a
certain unspeakable form of misconduct.
I have written this story before but I tell it again today because
I will let Mr Truman say something about this man I have long
wanted to say and never had the nerve.
This is the kind of man Mr. Truman describes all through this
book as a "phoney, a goddamn, no good son of a bitch.!"
That's what he was all right. But I didn't say it. Mr. Truman
said it ... and he was President of the U.S.

Roman Catholics don't realize it ... but old priests in the
diocese like Fr. Cornelius. Fr. Brendan, Fr. Marcian and Bishop
Leonard too can tell them that. with the support of the late Sir
George Roberts. a remarkable Methodist, The Tribune was
responsible for breaking down all the barriers that had
discriminated against them in the political, economic and social
!ife of the Bahamas ... in the same way that we were responsible
for breaking down racial barriers that had relegated coloured
people in the islands to the ignominious status of second class
citizens.
These were great fights and I must say that I enjoyed every
minute of the batiks I fought for underprivileged groups in our
islands.
******
FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: In this column on April 20th I
told of my meeting with Clare Booth Luce. I said she was
haughty and arrogant ... so much so that I correctly predicted
that she would fail when she was appointed U.S. Ambassador to
Italy.
I am interested to find that Mr. Truman shared my view of this
woman.
"Mrs. Luce," he said, "well. she said things about Mrs. Truman
that I never will forgive her for, and that's another reason I never
had the Luces to the White House. I don't care what they say
about me, but when you get into saying things about Mrs.
Trunran and Margaret, you're bound to have some trouble on
your hands."
Nor did President Truman seem to think much of John Foster
Dullecs who, as you know, I think was completely irresponsible in
the Suez Canal tragedy of 1956 when he was Foreign Secretary of
the U.S.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
He jests at scars who never felt a wound. SHAKESPEARE


Cornfeld wants to repay IOS investors


LOS ANGELES Bernard
Cornfeld, former kingpin of
the now defunct Investors
Overseas Services, has returned
home with plans to revive a
company subsidiary and find a
publisher for a book he wrote
while in a Swiss prison.
Cornfeld, 46, said
Wednesday the IOS subsidiary,
Global Resources Properties,
still has approximately $70
million in assets.
He said he is cooperating
with authorities in Washington,
D.C., Canada, Switzerland and
Luxembourg to trace available
IOS assets so investors can be
repaid.
Freed on bail of $1.6 million
after serving 11 months in St.
Antoine's prison, he returned
to his Beverly Hills mansion
after his April 5 release.
Cornfeld was charged with
fraud and swindle but was
never brought to trial. The
charges were dropped and the
bail applies to other


(By The Associated Press)
TODAY is TUESDAY, MAY
21st. the 141st day of 1974. There
are 224 days left in the year.
Highlights in history on this date:
1973 -- Three Irish Republican
Army members are jailed in Dublin
after being convicted of trying to
smuggle arms itrto Northern
Ireland.
1972 A lanatic damages the
Michelangelo statue "Pieta" with a
sledgehammer at the Vatican.
1970 West German Chancellor
Willy Brandt and Last (;erman
Premier Willi Stoph hold second
summit meetings, which ends in
stalemate.
1967 It is disclosed that
warfare in Vietnam has taken more
than 10,000 American lives; more
than 300 persons perish in
department store fire in Brussels,
Belgium.
1964 -- United States discloses
they are flying reconnaissance
nights over Central Loss to gain
information on Communist forces.
1957 -- Socialist Guy Mollet
resigns as Premier of IFrance.
1956 'First hyJrogen bomb is
exploded by the United States over
Bikini Atoll in the Pacific.
1953 Yoshida forms ministry

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raising bail by irirc;ds.
including actors (;co:ge
Hamilton and l ony Curtis.
Cornfeld described the book
he wrote in prison as "a
personal biography, which also
becomes a corporate
biography." He said it concrrins
"the process of building t!it
largest international financial
complex in the world anti how
it was looted and pillaged' byL
its managers.
Cornfeld was forced by the
Securities and I XLchagec
Commission to stop selling
fund shares in the United
States. The lawsuits against
him include some which aclcse
him of siphoning off huge icc.


in Japan.
1944 Allied Ifrces break
through the Hitler line int Ilnl ini
World War Two.
1940 (terian l racess i(a iiori
Amiens and Aras in I rani,
World War rwo.
TODAY'S HIRTII)AYS: 'lhiliplI
of Spain (1527 1548). Mliivxnder
P'ope, liglisth port (t16881744):
Irancis I.gertit, n. I imrlish ioll'it-, e r
inland navigation ( 1736-1803);
Robert Montgomcir s, IU.S. .it. li
(1904 --); Hlarolil Rbhhi, II.S.
novelist (1916 .- ).


toin invested funds.
( ornfeld was ousted from
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The TribuNa Tuemdy, May 21, 1974


By Abigail Van Burn
*o un atr caus TrsO .. v. er I., ls.
DEAR ABBY: I early weep every tme I red a lter
from a prgnan tee-ager pleading fr hep. So ew popl
know that the sez act need not be completed i order to
impregnate a female.
I was a medic in the service. When I got married, my
ward doctor loned me a medical bsok that he'd iued la
counseling young people. From that book I earned that
when a man starts to get exdied, a few drops of netral1
izing fluid is released to nutralise any urce aldd t the
male urinary canal. It s nature's way of clearing a safe
path for the delicate sperm cells to pas through at ter-
mination of the sex act.
Lab tests have shown that occasionally a few sperm
cells are present in this flud. It occurs most frequently
in teen-agers, since this is when the male is at his peak
of fertility.
Abby, please tell young people, if they plan to go beyond
kissing and holding hands, they smud take a the neces-
sary measures a couple would [or should] take In prevent
ing pregnancy. "Fooling around a little" can be Just as
dangerous as "going al the way."
I am a father and grandfather who is concerned about
our youth, so if this information can help someone, you
have my permission to change it any way you like so
as not to offend anyone. UNCLE STANLEY
DEAR UNCLE: I'd not change a wor. I've writsa to
thousands of frightened teea-agers persaaly advisg them
of this fact. Thank yoe for giving e the epportity
publicie this valuable-but little knowa--nformatioe more
broadly. Of course the ideal means of preveanag pregnancy
is abstinence, but reaNstei people knew that the flesh Is
weak. I am not advocating "feoolhg aroad" but the pma-
Ishment of unwanted pregnaneles far outweighs the "erime."

DEAR ABBY: Concerning the expression "to gyp" some
one having come from the word "gypsy": My personal
pet peeve is the phrase "he Jewed me down." And in this
day of auctions, thrift shops, flea markets, etc., it is dis-
tressingly frequent.
My technique is to ask the "Jew-er downer" to teach
me his bargaining technique because I'd IIke to know how
to "Gentile" somebody down. All but the most thickheaded
clods seem to get the message.
Let's hear it for good old Christian charity!
NANCY SENTER, L. A., CAL.

DEAR ABBY: Is it proper for a gentleman to smoke a

IN THE SUPREME COURT No 20
OF THE BAHAMAS 1974
Equity side
IN THE MATTER of the Petition of DENCIL
-. HANNA
AND
IN THE MATTER of the Quieting Titles Act
1959
AND
IN THE MATTER OF ALL THAT PIECE
parcel or lot of land being Lots 64, 65 and 66
of the Sandilands Allotments Bounded
Northwardly by a Road and running thereon
702 feet Southwardly by Pine Yard Road and
running thereon 792 feet on the East by lot
Number 67 and running thereon 660 feet and
Westerly by lot Number 63 and running
thereon 660 feet in the Eastern District of the
Island of New Providence.

NOTICE
The Petition of Dencil E. Hanna of the Southern
District of the Island of New Providence in the
Commonwealth of the Bahamas in respect of:-
ALL THAT piece parcel or tract of land Situate
Sandilands Allotments in the Eastern District of
the Island of New Providence comprising Lots
number 64 65 and 66 of the said Sandilands
Allotments and bounded on the North by a 30
foot Road and running thereon 792 feet
Southwardly by Pine Yard Road and running
there 792 feet Eastwardly by lot number 67 and
running thereon 660 feet and Westwardly by lot
number 63 and running thereon 660 feet being
approximately 1254 feet East of Nassau Beach
Properties Limited Subdivision.
Dencil E. Hanna The Petitioner in this Matter
claims to be the owner of the unencumbered fee
simple Estate in possession of the said parcel of
land has made application to the Supreme Court of
the Commonwealth of the Bahamas Under Section
3 or the Quieting Titles Act 1959 to have his Title
to the said tract of land investigated and the nature
and extent thereof determined and declared in a
certificate of Title to be granted by The Supreme
Court of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas in
accordance with the provisions of the Act.
COPIES of the said plan may be inspected during
normal office hours at the following places
A. The Registry of the Supreme Court of the
Commonwealth of the Bahamas
B. The Office of the Undersigned


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Robert are NOT related to each other at all.
If ta is true, I emmnot understand why RobtertA edre
call Charls "Unle," and Charls' chlre call Robert
"Uncle."
Please rsh your w as this problem has town a
wet blnet ber our family reu for years.
ALL IN THE FAMILY
DEAR ALL: Thbaialssy, a hethreclaw Is either the
s lther f emas wOe wo s bhSbim f me's ter. Hew.
Ma sasr ne ary far ~eadsk sba wies I aseese" ter.
spema resinlbes hy marriage as tko ew.


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dower or a right to dower or an adverse claim not
recognized in the Petition shall on or before the
15th day of July A.D. 1974 file in the Supreme
Court of the Bahamas in the City of Nassau in the
Island of New Providence and serve on the
Petitioner' or his Attorneys a Statement of his
claim in the prescribed form verified by an
Affidavit to be filed therewith.
Failure of any such person to file and serve a
Statement of his claim on or before the 15th day
of July A.D. 1974 will operate as a bar to such
claim.

HANNA & STUART COAKLEY
Attorneys for the Petitioner
Deveaux and Dowdeswell Street
Nassau Bahamas


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pipe in the presence of a lady without first asking th
tady if she minds? CURaIo
DEAR CURIOUS: .It s net p er for a giraemal to
smehe ANYTHING ai the presese a a aWy aaIsaer
geaeim-wheL t asdmg If ayeae ies. Aa -i rsa m
goes for a lady.
DEAR ABBY: Her Is a problem that has our wbo
family divided: Shirley is married to Robert. Ai -sy'
sister is married to Charles. What are Robert and Charl
to each other? I say they arm brother.sn4aw. femue f
the famil [of which I am a member] sayC Chaes


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The Tribune Tuesday, May 21, 1974
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likely
Sea: Moderate
Temp: Min. tonight 73
Max. tomorrow 85
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Q.C. FRENCH

STUDENTS

IN FRANCE
ON APRIL 1 a group of
39 Queen's College senior
French students and four of
their teachers were the guests
of Champagne Pol Roger,
Epernay, France, while on a
week's cultural and
educational visit.
With part of the student
group at Pol Roger, we find
at left (in above picture)
standing Edward Michael,
head of Modern Languages, at
far right Lennox John and
with hat on at the back
Joseph Darville, both of the
French teaching staff.
Some of the Queen's
College students are shown
(right) taking a great interest
in the labelling and dressing
process at Champagne Pol
Roger where they were able
to observe many of the stages
through which the famous
wine passes before export to
105 countries.
Taking the group around is
a senior official of the firm.
In the centre is Caris Jones,
Senior Mistress at Q.C. and
French teacher. The visit was
made possible by The General
Agency Limited, Nassau,
representative of Champagne
Pol Roger in the Bahamas.


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PRIEST TO SEEK AN
ANSWER IN HAITI


NEW YORK (AP) A
Catholic priest from Miami said
that a cloud of uncertainty has
developed over the reasons
behind a recent stream of
Haitian refugees slipping into
this country and that he is
going to Haiti to get firsthand
information.
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Stawski said the reason for
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determining whether they are
entitled to asylum as political
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BEAUTICIAN

SEEKS MORE

BEAUTY TIPS
MARY CARROLL (pictured
right) of Mademoiselle, has a
few last words with
Mademoiselle owner
Norman Solomon, M.P. just
before leaving Nassau
recently for Miami to take
part in a Flori Roberits
cosmetics training course.
The Flori Roberts line was
developed on the basis of a
realisation that black beauty
requirements were very
individual.
Mademoiselle is the sole agent
for the line in the Bahamas,
and about May 20 Mrs.
Roberts will be sending her
top demonstrator Mr. Ray
Valdee, to conduct ten days
of demonstrations at
Mademoiselle in Nassau and
Freeport.
Miss Carroll. a Long Island
native, will participate in
three specialised training
sessions sponsored by her
employer.
"We think Mary has the ability
to become a first class
cosmetician," Mr. Solomon
said. "She has the
personality and the talent.
All she needs now is the
opportunity to capitalize on
them. We are going to give
her that opportunity."
Miss Caroll is emphatic about
the need for Flori Roberts
products. "I went for years
without being able to find
the makeups and treatments
my complexion needed
simply because they were
not made," she says.
"Because Mrs. Roberts had
her own black skin cosmetic
problems to solve, she made
a range of makeup which
caters especially for those
who are dark brown.to jet
black. We have her products
to sell and I'm going to take
as many courses as I need in
order to know how to use
them and teach others how
to use them, because I know
how much easier life can be
if you solve your own
beauty problems with
preparations that were made
just for your kind of
problems."


This Sweet

Moment....


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The Tribune-- Tuesady, May 21,9174 7


Zzzz.. Monique the -Betty Fisher supreme as

poodle puts in r* j
AW*T<" I/I/WIWYTil01 tV A C-~kC


some sleepy research


STANFORD, California -
Researchers say an eight-pound
poodle who collapses hundreds
of times a day has given them
new hope of finding a cure for
humans afflicted with a rare
sleeping disease.
The two-year-old silver-
grey poodle named Monique
suffers from narcolepsy-cata-
plexy, a disorder that affects
about 150,000 persons in the
United States, said Dr. Merrill
Mitler, research associate at the
Stanford Medical Centre sleep
disorder laboratory.
Symptoms of the disease
include an irresistable urge to
fall asleep and a state of
waking'paralysis brought on by
excitement, Dr. Mitler said ini
an interview.
In humans, the
unpredictability of the disease
makes simple activities like
driving a car dangerous.
Attacks frequently occur
during periods of sexual
arousal, he said.
Mitler said drugs can help
lessen the severity of attacks
but the cause of the disease is
unknown and no cure exists.
"Monique is very likely to
collapse when she's eating
something she especially likes,
or when she smells a new


Viva Fisk
CONGRATULATIONS to
the Nassau Amateur Operatic
Society! Once again you
managed to pack the Dundas
Civic Centre, night after night
with your faithful friends and
followers. Once again you
received the nicest Press
reviews. Once again you will go
on again; your mighty wheels
forever turning; your future
successes assured. You,
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Another musical group
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You may have heard of them
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flower outside, or romps
around," Mitler said. He said
the dog has hundreds of such
attacks a day, each lasting from
a few seconds to a minute or
two.
During the attacks, Monique
is totally paralyzed but wide
awake, able to breathe and
sustain a heartbeat, Mitler said.
"After the attack subsides,
she scampers about normally
again," Mitler said.
"Basically she leads a pretty
happy life here. She's better
off than some humans who
face ostracism and severe
limitations on their activities
because of the disease."
Mitler said Monique is the
only narcoleptic dog available
to researchers foi study, and
one of only four documented
cases of such dogs in the
country.
Monique's owner, who lives
in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan,
donated her to the laboratory a
year ago after a veterinarian
recognized symptoms of the
disease, Mitler said.
He said researchers at the
laboratory plan to breed
Monique with her normal
brother to produce a line of
offspring, many of which may
have narcolensv.


there in that little Lutheran
Church.
Of course, few people
really took them seriously; just
youngsters out here for a
holiday. So very few of us
went to their concerts. Too
highbrow, really. Haydn and
some other foreign composers.
The amazing thing, I hear, is
that most of the players were
black! There's no accounting
for taste, is there?
So again, congratulations
NAOS for keeping the musical
life on this island going -- even
if it is round and round and
round and round again. 4nd
students of Fisk? Don't give.
up completely; we have a long
way to go, but we're trying.
J.P.B.


V IVC xVIC&AIcAo Jus iLos11AeOO

By Daphne W. Whitfield

JUDGING BY the full house that a
production of the Nassau Amateur Operatic
Society always engenders it can be safely
assumed that the society fills a vital
entertainment need in the Bahamas.
However, the opening night of "Viva
Mexico" on Saturday at the Dundas Civic
Centre was disappointing.
The opening pieces started badly and the
cast, despite valiant efforts, never fully
recovered. One had the distinct impression
that founder member, Betty Fisher, held the ,
whole thing together.
On Saturday night the cast just did not i
function as a team with the consequent I
difficulty for the audience of distinguishing
the words of the superb lyrics.
At this point I am going to introduce a
personal aside which I hope will not be
interpreted offensively. A two year old little
boy whom I took with me (and who like most
2 year olds has a limited attention span) had
his eyes rivetted to the stage from 8.30 p.m. to
mid-night, while, at the same time, keeping up
a perpetual tapping of his feet and clapping of
his hands in perfect rhythm. This served in my
mind at least to clarify what I liked and didn't
like in "Viva Mexico". 1 enjoyed the music but
was frustrated by the difficulty of
distinguishing the words of the lyrics and both
the scenery and the costumes had all the
appropriate Latin-American colour.


The stage setting and the
lighting in Act II's Aztec
Temple ruins ceremony were
superbly evocative, although
the dancing appeared
somewhat stilted.
Andy Capitman as Mendoza,
the revolutionary zealot whose
lines were full of the most
inventive malapropisms, such
as "Let me conjugate upon the
problem" failed to convey the
essential enormous presence of
the man.
However, I'm glad that this
review was delayed. I heard
from several sources who went
on Monday evening that the
production was really together
then.
Several explanations have
been given for the poor
opening night.
One third of the society's
membership left the Bahamas
last June. Luckily they have
been replaced by newcomers
and it does my heart good to


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Ramon,
alias "El ,s
Zorro" the &
bandit chief,
played by Bill
Pinder and
Raquelita, his
devoted girl
friend, played
by Yonette
Thorgrimm-
son, sing a
romantic lyric

see the development ot a more
ethnically and nationally
balanced cast.
However, as any sports team
coach can testify, it takes time
to weld a team together no
matter how good the
individual performers are.
It was also "coach" Brian
Brown's first time in the role
of producer and although he
was assisted by well seasoned
Michael Stewart the ultimate
responsibility lay with Brian
who made an admirable first
attempt.
Back to Mendoza again. I
hear that on Monday night's
production the society's
newcomer, Andy Capitman,
came on big and strong.
First night nerves must have
been a major factor in
Saturday night's disappointing
opening.
Yonette Thorgrimmson, a
newcomer to the society but
not to the stage and singing in
her native Guyana, displayed in
the leading female role of
Raquelita a sweet true voice
and dramatic talent and some
of her duets with Bill Pinder as
Ramon alias "-El Zorro" the
bandit chief were delightful.
Even some of the words of the
lyrics sung by Yonette and Bill
were difficult to distinguish
and it may be that the crowded
noisy Mexican scene might
have been responsible for this.
In fact. is the stage at the
Dundas big enough to
accommodate such a large cast
on stage at the same time?
The credibility of Sidney
Brown as Senator Vanders was
only brought into question by
his accent it just wasn't
American!
Helen Smith played a
delightful and very believable
affluent American girl
obviously thoroughly enjoying
her adventurous predicament.
Gwen McDeigan as the
Priestess made a brief but
memorable entrance and her
role gave her plenty of scope
for the full use of her naturally
talented voice in the singing of
the dramatic "Ritual of the
Rising Sun".
Dudley Pinder as Pahlo and
Hugh Glynn as Pepe, his
sidekick, made a very comic
team. Again I couldn't
distinguish the words of their
lyrics. The footwork of Pablo
was excellent and Pepe was
marvellous as a comi-tragic
figure. His "You've been so
kind to me (and then his
delightfully appealing) I'm not
used to people being kind to
me" captured the. essence of
this parody of a character.
And the first shall be last.
Betty Fisher played a superb
Mama Inez, the fiery Mexican
bandit's mother and widow. In
spite of the rough beginning of
"Viva Mexico" Betty didn't
falter once. Her clarity was
perfect, her acting consistently
convincing and her accent
(although she has never even
visited Mexico) Mexican
consistently. Aside, Andy
Capitman as Mendoza,
although a little inhibited on
the first night, also carried oft
a consistent Mexican accent


throughout.
Betty surpassed herself as
Mama Inez drunk. It was
hilarious and conmplleely
believable.
The Nassau Amateur
Dramatic Society provides lthe
only consistent and regular
good family entertainment in
Nassau and although it would
be both dishonest and
patronizing to say that the
opening night of "Viva
Mexico" was a thoroiighly
professional performance, note
must be taken of the fact that
the members are people who
work all day. have families and
rehearse for months ahead
(during their last week before
opening night they rehearsed
until one o'clock every
morning). And finally, with the
departure of old members and
the influx of new members.
time is needed to weld and
reweld new teams.


Above: Another of
Pepe's (Hugh Glynn)
brainwaves produces a
hilarious scene in
Lucille's (Helen Smith)
bedroom as he and Pablo
(Dudley Pinder) search
the Senator's daughter's
garments as she discards
them.


Top: Pepe's brainwave
to effect an opportunity
to search Senator
Vanders' clothing
produces a hilarious
scene "The Flea Circus"
in the Nassau Amateur
Operatic Society's
production of "Viva
Mexico." In the
background are the
chorus and from left to
right are Pablo (played
by Dudley Pinder), Pepe
(played by Hugh Glynn),
Mama Inez (played by
Betty Fisher), Senator
Vanders (played by
Sidney Brown) and
Lucille, the Senator's
daughter (played by
Helen Smith).


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that LAWRENCE PRINCE of
Fox Hill Road, N. P., 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 14th day of May 1974
to The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs P. O. Box N-3002, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that RAYMOND JULIEN of
Yamacraw Road Fox Hill 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 21st day of May 1974
to The Minister responsible for Nationality ana Citizenship
Ministry of Home Affairs P. O. Box N3002, Nassau.





NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that JUDITH CAROL PERELL of
Strachan Corner, 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 14th day of
Mcy 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nai .sau.


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145603
LARGE lot Adelaide Beach.
Phone 41298 day or night.

C14629
FOR SALE
2 LOTS HIGHLAND PARK.
PHONE 3-4099.
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.

C14589
BUY A LOT
In EASTWOOD or
WINTON MEADOWS
Call Frank Carey
at 27667 or 24815
FRANK CAREY
REAL ESTATE
Box N4764
3ay & Deveaux Streets.

C15170
For Sale by Owner, Building
lot 75 x 100 Summer Haven
Estates, Nassau, lot No. 68,
Cash $4,000.00. Call Freeport
352-5910.
C14637
2 bedroom house on 3 acres of
land at Lower Deadman's Cay
Long Island. For further
information call 3.1288.

C14442
START building your house
snytime at YAMACRAW
BEACH ESTATES. 70 x 100
lots. From $5800. Only $75
down. Beach and lake rights.
Tel: 41141 or 2-4148 or
2-3027 Morley & O'Brien Real
Estate (Brea Brokers).

C14626
BLAIR: Fully furnishe-4arge
two potentiallyy three)
bedroom 2 bathrooms house
on Nelson Street featuring
laundry room, carport, front
and large rear patios, rain water
tank with pump, TV antenna,
bar and well stocked garden.
No agents. Please call Caine,
(office) 21161 (home) 32097.i

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


C14620
TWO lots in Palmdale wit
two storey building Price
$40,000.00
A lot on Bay Street. Price
$56,000.00 deposit $6,000.00
balance over five ears.
I Acre of commercial property
in Nassau City with frontage
on three roads. Reasonably
priced.
Large property East Bay Street
comprising approximately
50,000 sq. ft. Price
$100,000.00
A large lot with 100 feet beach
frontgage Eastern Road. Price
$25,000.00
For information call Bill's Real
Estate 23921 or 42856.

C14633
FOR SALE
OUT EAST Ridgeway. We
have 3 bedroom and 3 bath
fully furnished houses -
patios, immaculately furnished
one at $65,000.00, the other
for $75,000.00.
SANS SOUCI -- half block
from Bay. Fully furnished
house with 3 bedrooms 2 baths
asking $55,000.00. Income
established.
WINTON HIGHWAY 3
bedroom 3 baths, furnished,
views of sea, spacious grounds
beach rights only $78,000.00
Presently rented. Income
$7200/year.
BUENO RETIRE house high
and dry 3 bedrooms needs
a good paint job. Asking
$37,000.00. Semi-hilltop
location.
HILLTOP WINTON HIGH-
IWAY with beach rights. Over
acre of cultivated grounds,
gorgeous views. patio facing
Sea, furnished with three
bedrooms three baths maids
quarters spacious living and
dining. Ideal Island Living.
Off'.red at $110,000.00.
!!ALF BLOCK FROM ST.
ANDREWS DRIVE. 2
bedrooms one bath, furnished,
patio, garage, 100 by 100
enclosed grounds. Only
$33,000.00. Some financing.
Cheapest listing on our books.
Close to school, shopping
centre.
WATFRFRONTAGE Out
East. A number to choose
from.
OUT WEST have house 3 to
4 bedrooms, 2-storey, half
block from SANDY BEACH.
Only asking $75,000.00.
HOUSE WITH POOL -
Westward Villas. Bepch rights.
Heated pool for your
enjoyment in cold weather. 4
bedrooms 3 6aths, central
ana window Air. Enclosed'
grounds patio Ideal for
high class entertaining. Only
$68,500.00.
DIAL THE ACTION
NUMBERS 22033, 22305,
22307, evenings 41197.


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C14590
BLAIR: 3 bedrooms, two
baths. Lovely covered patio
and large garden. Nicely
furnished. $65,000.
GROVE -- WEST BAY
STREET: 3 bedrooms, 2 baths.
Only $55,000.
EAST BAY STREET ON THE
HARBOUR Four-bedroom
house in excellent condition.
Own dock. Great buy for the
yachtsman. $250,000.00.
RIDGEWAY: 3 bedrooms, 3
baths, separate dining room
and large family room.
Beautifully furnished and in
too condition. $75,000.00.
H. G. CHRISTIE LTD.
Phone 21041-2-3-4.

C 14646
LONG ISLAND

Large homesite 5 miles south
of Clarence Town 185 feet
frontage on magnificent vide
beach, 650 feet deep, high hill
$9,500.00
WINTON HIGHWAY
Four unit, two bedroom
hilltop apartment block with
space in building for additional
unit. On one acre with
magnificent views. Currently
grossing $16,000.00 per
annum. Purchase price
$130,000.00.

BAY STREET
Commercial site on East Bay
Street 46 x 125. Located
between Christie and
Armstrong Streets on the
southern side of Bay. Purchase
price $56,000.00

GAMBIER
One and one quarter acre
hilltop residential site, West
Bay Street near Orange Hill.
One of the finest home sites on
New Providence and located on
one of its oiqhest hills. All
utilities now in. Views from sea
to sea. Must see to appreciate.
Purchase price $40,000.00.
LONG ISLAND
Tract of land on Broad Bay
with 700 feet of prime beach
frontage. Excellent elevations.
Views sea to sea. Purchase
price $35,000.00.

GREAT EXUMA
Waterfront lot in deep water
protected harbour, lot
elevations to 45 feet. 1 and 1V2
miles to George Town 12 acre.
Purchase price $6,000.00

McPHERSON & BROWN
REAL ESTATE, LTD.
P.O. Box N1110,
Nassau, Bahamas
Telephone 22680,22681

FOR SALE OR RENT
C14624
WINTON HIGHWAY Large 2'/2
storey modern house designed
by Ray Nathaniels. Sea view. 3
bedrooms, maid's quarters,


double
apartment.
42264.


garage
Phone


Guest
22776,


C14588
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 pdtio 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.
HILLTOP IN TOWN: 3
bedrooms, 3 baths, beautifully
furnished. Fantistic views of
the harbour and Paradise
Island. Swimming pool and
patio for entertaining.
H. G. CHRISTIE LTD.
Phone 21041-2-3-4.

FOR RENT
C14636
LONDON FLAT FOR RENT
Chelsea London Modern well
appointed one bedroom
apartment on 7th floor
adjacent Kings Road, available
1st June, minimum four months
period, $180,00. per week.
Replies to P. O. Box N-985.

C14577
OFFICE SPACE
approximately 600 sq. ft., idcal
for professional use (architect,
accountant, etc.) Telephone
7-8421 or 2. Evening 7-7065.

C14582
4 bedroom, 2 bath house, fully
furnished, Mackey Street.
Contact Carl G. Treco
Contractors. Phone 2-4996,
5-8725.
iC14616
BACHELOR ROOM ideal
for a reserved person in
Palmdale. For information call
5-1044.


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C14550
NASSAU HILLCRESTY
TOWERS


swimming
laundry
furnished
apartment,
apartment.
2 Evenings


pool, sun terrace,
facilities, fully
1 1-bedroom
1 3-bedroom
Contact 7-8421 or
7-7065.


C14355
COTTAGES and apartments
monthly airconditioned,
fully furnished, nfidid eri'e
available. Lovely garden and
swimming pool. Telephone
31297, 31093.

C14575
LARGE unfurnished 2
bedroom apartment 5 minute
walk to town, reasonable.
Phone 5-1612 after 5 p.m.

C14345
TWO, Furnished and'
dirconditioned, i-bedroomr
apartments, Contreville, Ring
5-8679. ask for Mr. Pritchard.

C14583
One 2-bedroom apartment,
Ansel Building, Crawford
StreeL, Oakes Field. $170,00
per month. Phone 3-4999
evenings.
C14557
FURNISHED 1 bedroom
airconditioned apartment.
Telephone 5-8134.

C14476
NEW luxurious 2 bedroom
apartment fully furnished.
magnificent views. Wintun
Highway. Phone 2-1631.
C14662


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AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE
OCCUPANCY!
Modern, tastefully decorated
office space, approx. 1050 sq.
ft., located ground floor
Rotunda, Harrison Building.

For further information
contact the Administration
Manager, Bank of Montreal,
telephone 2-1690.


MARINE SUPPLIES

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.

C14631
Commander hardtop twin 200
engine generator, sleeps 6. fully
loaded. Must be seen. Asking
$15.500 Phone 24076,
51601,23324.

C14608
22 Ft. NORTH AMERICAN
BOAT. New Engine and
Trailer, Top Condition, Call
31642.


C14653


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Introducing The Super V Line
of boats from Scat-Craft
Marine. Super V is a superior
new line of boats ... a complete
Deep V Line ranging from 17' -
24' in length. Super V features
a wide variety of models ... Ski
Boats ... Cutty Cabins and Bow
Riders.

FOR DETAILS AND
DEMONSTRATION Contact
your Supei V Dealer. Phone
4-2849. P. O. Box N-8042.

C14599
26' SMACKBOAT, new sails,
rigging, paint. 40 h.p.
Evlnrude, big well, strong,
sound, fast. $2,000. Phone
7-4215.

C14598
18 ft. Fibreglass Cabin Cruiser
with 110 h.p. inboard/out-
board Volvo. $2000. Must sell.
Owner leaving island. Phone
day 24431, night 24212;,
Donald Russell.


C14621
28 ft. Twin Screw Cabin
Cruiser Fly Bridge with dual
controls, ariconditioned cabin.
Excellent shape. $10,000 0. N.
0. Please call 22058 days
32163 nights.


C14642
PLYMOUTH FURY III
airconditioned, power brakes,
power steering, radio, every
convenience possible, in
perfect condition. Price
$1,500. Call 41161.

C14639
MECHANIC SPECIALS
Morris 1100 and Fiat 850.
Phone 31619.
C14645
VAUXHALL VIVA 1971 4
door green $650 o.n.o.
Phone 5-1564.

C14634
AUSTIN 1100 1968 Good
Running Condition $275.00
Phone 22861 Ex. 344.

C14560
WANT TO SAVE ON GAS?
1971 Chevelle, 6 cylinder,
standard shift, $2,300.
Financing available. Phone
28645 daytime 51547 after
5 p.m. Wilkinson.

C14610
'72 CAMARO V8-350
automatic, factory air, many
extras, excellent condition, one
owner, must sell, offers please.
Ferguson 77517.

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

FOR SALE
C14578
FABULOUS Floating Home,
beautiful condition 2
bedrooms, kitchen, dining
room, sunken living room.
Contact Bill Weir, telephone
5-5441, Hurricane Hole, Must
.sell ... best offer.
C14652
PIONEER 747 quadraphonic
receiver plus speakers and
turntable all for a flat $1,400.
Also 1967 CADILLAC, four
door, good condition. $1,750
or best offer.
For further information call
32701.

C14573
SEVEN Showcases for sale.
Sand's Variety Store, Mackey,
Street opposite Albury Supply
Company Limited.

IN MEMORIAL I
C14643 J


In loving memory of my dear
son George Hesley Palmer, died
May 20th 1966
Gone but not forgotteir
badly missed by mother
Winifred, 7 brothers, 2 sisters,
grandparents and host of
relatives.

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

C14628
THE UNIVERSITY PLAYERS
PRESENT
IJ. P. 74


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The Award Winning
"THE LILIES OF
THE FIELD"
Directed by
Samuel Boodle
at the
UNIVERSITY PLAYERS
THEATRE WORKSHOP
Located on Gregory Street -
Oakes Field, four houses south
of Bahamas Teachers Colleg
May 23rd thru fith
Curtain time: 8:30 p.m.
Tickets: $2.50
Obtainable at both
Del Jane Stores.


C14339
PHOTOGRAPHIC and
Lithographic Technical'
Consultant. Apply in writing to
P. O. Box N-226, Nassau,
Bahamas.
C14558
INTERNATIONAL firm of
Chartered Accountants have
several vacancies for Chartered
or Certified Accountants in
their Freeport office.
Successful candidates will be
paid excellent salaries and
bonuses. Applicants should
apply in writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhouse &
Co., P. O. Box F-2415,
Freeport, Bahamas.
C14627
OPENING FOR:
Husband and wife as Managers.
of small Family Island resort
Club. Must be experienced in
Club Hotel Management and all
phases of operation, especially
in food presentation and
property maintenance. Reply
to: Whndermere Island Club, P.
O. Box 25, Rock Sound,
Eleuthera.
C14651
SHORTHAND Typist.
Minimum 65 words per
minute, at least 3 years office
experience. References
essential. Telephone 2-8488.
C14649
BODYMEN WANTED:
ABC MOTORS, LTD requires
bodymen experienced in all
phases of automobile body
work. Must have own hand
tools. Must be sober, reliable
and willing to work. Good pay
to right man. Many fringe
benefits. Call Mr. Stunce
Williams at 2-1031.
C14648
ONE Shoemaker for East
Street Shoe Repair Shop.
Contact Telephone 3-5550.
C14650
JANITOR
St. Paul's School, P. O. Box
F.897, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, has a vacancy for a
Janitor. The applicant must be
prepared to live on the
oremises and perform cleaning
and maintenance jobs as
required. Applicants must be
able to read delivery notices,
etc., and to do simple writing.
Applicants should apply to the
school, which is situated
between Clive and Hudson
i Avenues, just off East Atlantic
Drive. All applications must
reach the school before
I-rlday, 24th May. Bahamians
only need apply.

C14655
NOTICE
Needed urgently. Security
Guards for Montagu TV Studios.
applicants must oe neat in
appearance, of sound character
and energetic. Experience
required. Interested persons
should apply in person at the
Security Desk.
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. 0. Box
N-3207, Nassau.

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

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


C14353
Plader's Cuftom

Brokerage Ltd.
Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU BAHAMAS
P. O. Box N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING. STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
HEAVY DUTY 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
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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
C14544
RACKHOE FOR HIRE
Need a septic tank or-trenching
done7
Call
CARL G. TRECO
CONTRACTORS LTD.
2-4996 or 5-8725.
C14594
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PINDER'S EXTERMINA-
TORS
Termite and Roach Control
Fertilise Lawns, Destroy
Insects
Phone: Terry Pinder 42066,
42244.
C14581
FOR YOUR BUILDING
NEEDS and CRANE HIRE ...
see:
ISLAND BUILDERS
LIMITED
P. O. Box 6285 ES Phone
3-J671-3-1672.

SCHOOLS
M14356
LEWIS A' ITO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 and
8:30 a.m. or after 6 p.m. or
35084 anytinie.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
C 14632
WAIST WHEEL FOR
WAIST WATCHERS
Lose 3 to 4 inches
in 2 weeks
Price only $3.95
NASSAULI DI 11 STORE
5-4506.


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

BOOKSTORE
The Christian Book
Shop 5-8744

BUSINESS FORMS
Executive
Printers 2-4267/5-4011

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


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C14638
FREE Pedigree potcake
puppies. Must go to animal
lovers. Phone (day) 5-3811
(night) 4-1071.
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ANNOUCEMENTS
.4366
SHAWNEE
Daily Service between West
Palm Beach and West End. For
Reservations call The Grand
Bahama Hotel (Ex. 5).

HELP WANTED
C15165
BORCO
KEY PUNCH OPERATOR
REQUIRED
The Bahamas Oil Refining
Company has an immediate
opening for a Key Punch
Operator with three (3) or
more years experience on 029
and 5496 Data Recorder.
Excellent opportunity for
advancement to Computer
Operator. Applicants must also
have completed High School
and possess a minimum
qualification of High School
Diploma. Qualified persons
should either submit Resume,
or call at the BORCO
Personnel Office Monday thru
Friday between 9 a.m. and 5
p.m. Tel. 352-9811 ex. 235, P.
O. Box F- 2435.

C15173
WANTED. Fully qualified,
experienced Resident
Cook/Housekeeper. Must be
able to read and follow
complicated recipes. Able to
answer telephone and to take
important messages and be
fully responsible for large
house in owner's absence.
Essential to be a dog lover,.and
able arfd willing to completely
care for three large, slightly
temperamental dogs. ONLY
BAHAMIANS NEED APPLY.
Mr. Jack Hayward, Box F-99.
Telephone 373-1528.


BBH


2


E DART SERVICES


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 1
Printers 2.4267/5-4011
Wong's Printing 5-4506
RUBBER STAMPS
Won's Rubber Stamp 5-4506

SPORTS GOODS
Champion Sport Land
2-1862

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


Nassau Garden & Pet
Montrose Avenue 2-4259 TV REPAIRS
HARDWARE Channel Electronics Ltd.
lohn S. Geroge 2-8421/6 3-5478

HOUSE PLANS UPHOLSTERING
Ev-nqelos G. Zervos 2-4128 Eddie's Upholstering 5-9713

FOR THE ACTION Y WANT



Shop Nassau Merchants
For Business And Services


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reads small ads ...
You're wrong. You are
reading this aren't you?
Cell 2-2768 for
Information on small or
largee display ads.


HELP WANTED
C15171
SAIPEM S.p.A. (BAHAMAS
BRANCH) HAS A VACANCY
IN THE BORCO REFINERY
EXPANSION PROJECT FOR
THE FOLLOWING
POSITION:
ADMINISTRATION MANAGER
Must be responsible for the
Resident manager but
immediately and ultimately to
the Head Office in Milan, Italy.
He Is responsible for the
general administration of the
contract in terms of
stipulations of the company's
financial policies in the
Bahamas with regard to
invoicing, payments of
suppliers and employees,
judicial and fiscal problems. He
must be able to make sound
financial projections that meet
the demands of the Head
Office and its auditors. A
knowledge of English, Italian,
-Spanish together with
professional qualifications .in
accounting is essential. Five to
ten years experience required.
For the above apply in writing
to: Saipem, S.p.A. (Bahamas
Branch). P. O. Box F-2471,
Freeport, Bahamas.

C15167
GARDENER: To work eight
hour day, rain or shine. Diq
graves; also holes for trees and
plants. Prepare plant beds,
weed, cut grass, handle
insecticides, rake and collect
trash on planted area.
Must have proof &f previous
experience.
Apply: Lucaya Nursery &
Landscaping, Ltd. Forest Ave.,
& Yellow Pine St., P. 0. Box
F-252, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C15174
SALES W9MAN: Familiar
with selling and pricing
merchandise. Must be of neat
appearance, and be able to
cope with the General Public,
mostly Tourist. 3-5 years
experience. Police record,
health certificate and letters of
recommendation required.
INTERESTED PERSONS
APPLY: GRAND BAHAMA
HOTEL, WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA. Personnel Office
between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
and 3:00 p.m. Monday through
Friday. Mailing address: 158
Port Road, West Palm Beach,
Fla. 33404. Elon Martin, Jr.
Personnel Director.

C14647
(1) BREAKFAST COOK:
Knowledge of preparation of
sandwiches, poultry, fish, meat
and salad essential. Must be
able to prepare items quickly
and at the same time maintain
required standards of portion
size and plate presentation.
(1) SHORT ORDER COOK:
Responsible for preparation of
all breakfast items on the
menu, including any
specialized items and sauces,
garnishes, omelettes, speciality
items, vegetables, fish and
poultry items.
Relative to the foregoing, only
Bahamians need apply; with
current police and medical
certificate and good work
references. Contact Miss
Dolone Bowe, International
Hotil, Freeport GB for
interview.


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The Tribune Tuesday. May 21, 1974


"I S'POSE XU SEEN ME SITTING' IN THE CORNER AGAIN
TODAY, SO I MIGCTAS WELL TEU 'YBOUT IT...


"Morning."


CROSSWORD I
PUZZLE IS
ACROSS 28. Astronaut
Conrad
1. Interrupt 29. Mystery I A
5. Delight 31. Souchsong N
10. TV part 33. Carmine
11. Otologist 34. Adjoins I
13. Monad 36. Blood relative o
14. Periphery 38. Listening R & Y
15. Boy's device T
nickname 39. Unsymmetrical
17. Inspire 44. Land measure SOLUTION OF
19. Constellation 45. Broz
20. French ,46. Lizard 1. Unfermented
shooting match 47. Lighthouse grape juice
21 Rod of tennis 49. Khayyam 2. Inferior rubb
23. Dolt 50. Velocity 3. Newspaper
26. Each 51. Marquee notice


Por time 28 min.


AP Newsfeotures


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5. Nightclub
6. Wounded
7. Arabian
gazelle
8. Flange
9. Manuscript:
abbr.
12. Cylindrical
16. Assumed
18. Notable
19. Verify
22. Wire service
23. Russian cab
24. Outlying area
25. Cozy
27. Feel
30. And: Lat.
32. Three-toed
sloths
35. Portion
37. Hypocrite
40. Siouan
41. Coin
42. Enthusiasm
43. Scoot
45. Knock
48. Plural ending


Y N ) GENERAL TENDENCIES: Wind up any
business or money matter you may hae
underway in a harmonious maner, for most people today feel
they are being taken advantage of, and want to argue sad
dispute statements, reports and even comments made by
others. Keep calm.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19)Don't begin new venture yet.
Pay bills. Don't take the bait from one looking for a quarrel.
Keep what could otherwise bea good friendship.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Don't try to jump the gun in
order to get the things you want, but lot everything work out
normally and all will be fine.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Make that plan that will be
successful only if you attend to every detail property. Avoid
arguments at all cost. Help pal.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Steer ear of
time-wasters now when you e busily accomplishing a good
deal. Avoid social affair in p.m. which would be diappoiting.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Don't take chances of any kind.
Get into activities that wll make higher-ups appreciate you
even more. Take up some relaxing new hobby.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Postpone new project since
others are not apt to be very helpful and it would not be done
right. Put off meeting with a new acquaintance.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Don't rely on your hunches
since they are apt to be erroneous, so use only your best
judgment today. Dine beautifully at home.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Not a good day for
partnership matters. Steer clear of one who opposes you, or
you get into a big fracas. Think positively.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Work is difficult
enough today, but take care not to stir up trouble with others
and make it more so. Talk little with uo-workers.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Plan how to have a good
time at some new and inexpensive recreation. Avoid a
long-time friend who is in an odd humor.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Avoid topics at home that
could start a big fracas; keep cheerful instead. Just because
you are feeling disturbed, don't take it out on others.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Taking care in whatever your
activities are is necessary today, especially where driving is
concerned. Avoid contentious remarks.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will need
duties to perform early so the active mind here will keep out
of trouble and develop the habit of work that will make the
lifetime worthwhile. Otherwi your progeny could go off on
the wrong side of the track. Give the right kind of religious
training early. Set up a fund for education for your child.
Some sports here.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


Chess


By LEONARD GARDEN
Baum-. AlexRaner, Berlin
1937. Black (to move) is
threatened with Q xP mate. He
picked his queen hesitated
shookhs head, and ry
retreated 1 .. -Ktl. rte
promptly banged down his reply
2 Kt 7. How did the game
finish?
Par times: 10 seconds, chess
master or expert; 30 seconds,
county player; 3 minutes, club
standard; 7 minutes, average;
20 minutes, novice.


SOLUTION NO. 972 -

Chess Solution
I ... Q-Ktl set a trap, and
WhIte's 2 Kt-Q7 fell into it.
Black then announced mate in
ten (I) b 2 . R-R8 ch;3
Kx. R-R1 oh; 4 K-Ktl
R- h; 5 KxR Q-RI chA 4
K-Ktl. Q-R7 ch; 7 K-B1,
QxP ch; 8 K--K1, -B7 ch,
K--QI, B-B oh; 10 K-Ba
Q-K8 oh; 11 K--B2, -Q8
mate.


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Rprt in to one of the outbuildings.
There o i achum with two aHl
berrom "1Th'er t right gor arryil tho e
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what the chume arer slng. It's eme
about the inventor's fuel, whipmlr fdy.
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and they'll g pad for I. Oe not fir, we
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NImes now ap rsWn under the
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Paul 1-.33). Like the original
lessons the book is mainly for
beinnea yet there is much in it
from which the average player
would also benefit. Here's an
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JUDGE PARKER Paul Nichols
RI CAN'T FiOURE IT ErTHER, LEFTY'S IURE eGQO A SLOW ,1H ITHE WAY i SE IT, I DON'T THINK
I CAN'T FIGURE MONICA! SHE SAID SHE STACK WHEN HE HEARS ASOUT THEY EVER DID HAVE THE FIFTY
WAKEMAN'S SISTER WAS GONNA MEET ME AT IT, ERNIE! MAYBE r SHOULD 60 GRAND! IT WAS ALL TALK, TRYING'
NOT SHOWING WITH THE SANK! HAVE A TALK TO MAKE A PATSY
THAT MONEY! .* *** WITH HER! WHATLL THAT OUT OF LEFTY! THAT'S
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10 The Tribune --Tuady,MRy 1, 1974
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Tribute to the Brandon braves


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From left, Barry Farrington, Jane Wiberg, John
Miller and coach Peter Isaac.


Brandon Cup tournament.
He also congratuated the ladies team
for their striding efforts, although they
were unsuccessful.
He went on to stress his feelings on
how well Rolle and Antonas played
together while capturing the men's
double. "They played and demonstrated
how a team should work together while
winning the Brandon trophy for the
Bahamas", Farrington said.
Leo Rolle said that when touched
down in Barbados he immediately felt
sick.
"And when it was time for the matches
I was still upset and feeling bad. But
seeing John Antonas my partner, playing
so well, I felt different and when I had
my first match I won it easily thanks
to John said Rolle.


my first match I won it easily, thanks to
John" mid Role.
Rolled' biggest achievement was when
he defeated Jamaica's and the
Commonwealth Carebeaa's No. I tennis
player Richard Ruel 8-6, 6-3, and 6-2 to
become the No. I eed in lawn tennis
through out the Commonwealth
Caribbean.
Rolle and Antonm also took over the
No. I spot for the men's doubles when
they eliminated Michael Valdez and Allan
Prise twice in ten days. They defeated
Valdez and Prise in the Brandon Cup
match and again in the West Indies
InvitationalChampiomship match 6-4 and
6-2 in the finals.
John Antonas asid he was proud to
have brought back the trophy.


KIRK SMI'llI thrilled the
crowd as he I:nitcd the
Heineken Stars to two hits and
Del Jane Saints recorded win
No. 13 by shutting out the
Stars 10-0 last night in the lone
senior action at the Queen
lii/ab th i 'sp ,] -. ( ntre
Managci Willie Thompson
was ejected trom the hall gain:
in the third Irame when he
refused to leave the dug-out
and thus toretend the game to
Del Jane
Smith grooved through the
Stars line up as he breezed five
of the sixteen hatters he faced
allowing two of them to reach
base.
Ileineken's left fielder IPan/y
Johnson led off the first inning
with a strike out.
Short stop Ronald Smith
connected on Smith's fast hall
with the count three-and-two
for a stand up double. Barry
C(arroll cnded the inning
bouncing out pitcher to first.
In l)el Jane's half of the first
frame they sent nine batters to
the plate for four runs and a
quick 4-0 lead.
Bradley Johnson led off
with a walk. stole second
and scored on John Adderley's
rbi double to right field.
Eddie Ford singled in


By Kerrington Wilkinson


Adderlcy and Ford scored on a
three base error allowing
Anthony Bostwick to reach
third base.
Losing pitcher David
Micklewhite struck out Peter
Bethel and Billy Gilbert then
gave up a double to Joe
McPhee plating Bostwick for
the fourth run.
Smith ran through
Micklewhite, John Rolle and
Kermit Graham as he struck
out the trio in the second
frame.
The Saints did not score in
the second inning as Anthony
Bowe bounced out, Johnson
singled but was left stranded as
Adderlcy struck out and Ford
grounded to the third baseman


NEW YORK Steve
Carlton pitched an eight-hitter
and singled home a
seventh-inning run, leading the
Philadelphia Phillie' to a 2-!
victory over the St. Louis
Cardinals last night.
The victory was the fourth
in a row for the 6-foot-5
Carlton, 5-3, and his eighth
over the Cardinals opposed to


for the third out.
Second baseman Bolrich
.llis greeted Kirk in the third
inning with a single and
advanced to third on a
sacrifice by Itienne
Farquharson and a pass hall.
However, Kirk got Panty
Johnson and Albury for the
second and third out.
Del Jane erupted in the third
frame as Bostwick heat out an
infield hit, Bethel singled and
Gilbert slapped a fly hall to
centre field for a rbi as
Bostwick tagged up and scored.
McPhee kept the rally going
with an infield hit and right
fielder Hucl Riley drilled a
single between Farquharson
and Kermit Graham in


two setbacks since traded by
St. Louis to the Phillies in
1972.
In last night's other National
League games, the Chicago
Cubs nipped the New York
Mets 2-1; the Montreal Expos
tripped the Pittsburgh Pirates
4-2 and the San Diego Padres
defeated the Houston Astros


right-centre field to plate
Bethel.
Stan Smith came to
Micklewhite's show in the third
and tried to lend a helping
hand hut to no avail as Del
Jane plated three more tallies
to lead 9-0.
Smith held the Stars under
his hand throughout the last
two frames as Del Jane went
scoreless in the fourth and
scored the one run they needed
to stop the game on Huel
Riley's rhi single knocking in
McPhee who had walked.
in the Junior League action
AID Royals defeated Becks
Bees Jr. 13-1
Senior league action will
continue on Wednesday when
Carrolls meet Citibank and Jet
Set play Schlitz.


8-6.
in the American League, the
Milwaukee Brewers trimmed
the Detroit Tigers 6-4 and the
Oakland A's beat the
Minnesota Twins 5-4.
In a late game on the West
Coast. the Los Angeles'
Dodgers beat the Cincinatti
Reds 5-3.


ORAL MARTIN, South Ocean Beach tennis pro, who is
supervising the South Ocean Beach Hotel's first annual
open tennis tournament which started Saturday and runs to
June 8.

Ali gets serious


LOUISVILLE --
Muhammad Ali says he will
work out for 3% months at
his Deer Lake, Pennsylvania,
training camp before going to
Zaire to fight heavyweight
boxing champion George
Foreman.
"This is serious," the
32-year-old Ali says of his
effort to win back the world
heavyweight boxing
championship. "No more
playing around."
Ali spoke last night at a
dinner. Before the dinner he
indicated he was not worried
about the match with


Foreman.
"I got my reputation by
doing the impossible. It gets
boring when the fights get
too easy," he said. "That's
what I like about this one
with Foreman.

"The way he's knocking
out people Joe Frazier and
Ken Norton, both of them
who gave me trouble he's
racked them up real easy.
"He's supposed to be too
strong for me," Ali added,
"too great for me; I'm
supposed to last two rounds
with George Foreman." (AP)


LONDON Fast bowlers
Geoff Arnold and Tony Greig,
stars of the England cricket
team, ripped through the heart
of India's batting at Lords
yesterday.
Playing for the MCC in a
major warmup for the coming
test matches, the two speed
men captured seven wickets
between them. The Indians
were all out for 231 and trailed
by 74 runs on the first innings.
MCC finished the day on 37
for I in their second innings.
Arnold began the assault on
the Indians and Greig delivered
the k.o. punches later.
Arnold dismissed Solkar and
Gavaskar with only 33 runs on
the board.
Ajit Wadekar, the Indian
captain, then led a revival with
a fine innings of 61. But at 104
he lost Viswanath, who became
Arnold's third victim.
While Wadeker was batting
the Indians appeared capable
of staging a fight for first
innings lead. But then Greig,
the big fair-haired South
African-born fast bowler,
joined in the attack.
He dismissed Mankad and
Patel to reduce the Indians to
126 for 5, and bowled Wadekar
- the biggest prize of the day.
The score was then 132 for 6.
Farrokh Engineer, playing
his first match of the season
for the Indians after injury,
rallied the team with a plucky
44.
He was finally caught and
bowled by Phil Edmonds, slow
left-arm spinner, who finished
with three wickets.


Greig finished off the
innings by getting Prasanna
caught.
Meanwhile, Lancashire
ca ptured the last six.
Derbyshire wickets for 24 runs
yesterday and made sure of a
place in the quarter-finals of
the Benson and Hedges cup.
Derbyshire, 107 for 4 when
play ended Saturday evening,
were all out for 131 at Old
Trafford. Lancashire won by
16 runs.
Lancashire and Yorkshire,
each with nine points from
three matches, are certain of
going forward to the
quarter-finals from the
northern group. The games are
played on a basis of 55 overs
batting for each side. (AP)
HOT BASE
DALLAS Greg Lehrer, 14,
was playing third base last
week when a bolt of lightning
ripped a hole in his baseball
cap. He awoke in a hospital
and asked: "Where did the
baseball hit me?"
The lightning disintegrated a
metal chain around his neck,
melted a zipper on his pants,
fused his legs together and
burned his heel.
Greg slumped to the ground
in a puff of smoke.
He was given artificial
respiration and taken to a
hospital, where doctors pried
his legs apart. (AP)
SOFTBALL
THE NEW PROVIDENCE
Softball Association will meet
on Thursday 8 p.m. at Saint
Agnes School.


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more tours than any other airline.
And no matter which corner you're
in, we're with you...with over 195 of-
fices staffed with experienced Pan Am*
people who don't just sell tickets and
confirm flights. They give you tips on
interesting side trips, recommend good
restaurants and shops, and fill you in
on special local events. They'll even hold
your mail foryou, if you'd like to use


us as your foreign address.
And when you fly "the full-service
airline' one call does it all. Our world-
wide communications system can make
your reservations for flights to any desti-
nation, for hotels, car rentals, or for our
exclusive 747 dining room in First Class.
So next time you fly out into the world,
remember: we're in your comer.
Contact your Travel Agent or Pan Am,
in either Nassau or Rock Sound.



The world's most experience airline.


By Kerrington Wildnson
A LI ;HEON was held yesterday by
Barry Farringlon, president of the
Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association, in the
Marine Room of the Britannia Beach
Hotel in honour of Leo Rolle and John
Antonas, Brandon Cup winners.
It is the first time since entering the
Brandon Cup tournament some three
years ago that the Bahamas has won the
trophy.
Leo Rolle accomplished something he
tried to do six times and failed by beating
Jamaica's No. I tennis player for the first
time.
At the lucheon, Mr. Farrington
elaborated on how pleased he was to see
Rolle achieving the sportsmanship award
for the third consecutive tame during the


Kirk's the king as Del



Jane romp home again


Arnold, Greig rip


through Indians


PHILLIES BEAT CARDINALS


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