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VOL. LXX1 No.72 Saturday, February 16, 1974 Price: 20 Cents


'waited five minutes'


Baby Deirdre


'Frustrated








doctors








quitting




QUALITY DEGENERATING, SAYS SOURCE


THlN NUMBER )OF DOCTORS at the
Princess Mariaret Hospital mav he
increasing a, claiired by lHealth
Minister Loltus Roker. but the quality
is (dtegc'neratitii, an11 inlorne11t source
alleged todla\
Ilhe source said tlhat \ithin the next six
roniths at least 14 medical officers and
consultants will have quit the hospital because
if "'various li i ll l, and trustIa t rtiis
within the serliice." :id hle naed a nunttiir
li those hlio had already resigned.
"It is tlue that iM. Rokel can he proud of
te ic;'iC t! r o'.f d,,tc'rs at the t'renriee
'1 ii n' i. m o B.4 taii ni 1 1 i itlitt e il i eu
dlciti 'eAill be prepared toll ians of !he
vac.incies i unl is th Min'ister is inte'restd' in
ito&-.st.dinn' thie polin. wt he tchosphieh "
hlilt
I i s ie src.aid that ithe t hopit.al tIoc ,t
Aso iAtion and the Baham as Mdic.l ::i
\ssoccation had alead advised the Ministir
oit leaih Wif the various problems "binut
tunfortuina;ielx the Mi nistrr ha,,s always turned a
blind eye i the past ;id gisen the public the
i z. .
I I: NITE Rt STt: I)
"If Mr Rcker is really interested in serving
the country then he will have to listen to the
doctors, and to the public who are concerned
about thle generate welfare
"B' t merel I ... I'. i re the inumiber oi
doctors he will not he serving tie good of tihe
Bahamiian people," lie declared.
Mr. Roker informed the Iouse ct Assembl\x
in December that the staff pt.sitiio at the
Princess Margaret was better today than ievei
before in the hospital's history .
Further, he said. "never in the istoir ot
these islands haive the Bahamian people had
better medical tacilitics provided ioi tihemi b
their go\enin li ent "
He maintained that the hospital's medical
staff was inosw almost up to the optiutim level
and there wias "no problem" in recruiting
whatever additional doctors were necessary
If this was the case. The Tribune's source
siid todal then why were the experienced
doctors at the hospital leaving'.'
Ice claimed that in addition to Dr. Richard


Eleven-year old schoolgirl
Beverley Johnson was all
smiles on Thursday when she
received the keys to the
Chrysler Newport car, first
prize in the Crippled
Children's Committee raffle,
from Mrs. Shirley
Oakes-Butler, chairman of the
committee. It was Beverley's


Morgan, wthoise entract as radiologist as lnot
renewed after 16 cars,. and Dr. Graeme Dufly,
who resigned abruptly ais Medical Chitef of
Sta:t. there wre other cdoctors who had also
left or were planning to leave the hospital.
lie said that Dr. S. Shakur, a radiologist
with 25 years experience who replaced Dr.
Morgan, lett after onli three week because he
!elt the Miiiestr\ ofl alth iwas not interested
in improving tlie condition of the departmentit
Dr N. Patheek, a surgeon with 12 yeais
experience i! the :nitiled Kingdom. had
declined kt o 'icimc" this mim iaci alitnd a eavitg
in the next tew monmiiths.
Dr. I. Jatala. also in the surgic al department.
haid i rt'igned amlO al readx 'oiYe lHis seargical
1 1 v ; N ek iC i i "ar -1dtr v aII

I)r. A. Abdou, '; i.nl\ ii i nose and thro)at
,surgon at the hospital" resigned and left a lew
tdavts ago. the' I source s' witt! no i leplacenilent
t is '. ,k
te .i I.; I thati i date thl'-r i.as been no
repl.tcement !or Dr. Duffy, their hospital's oinl
reiCtlFtistiure'ni "'Recently a ne mliiruostrsige'-n came
to iA xkt the hospital but he lett a tfew days
later 'ithiout iofterng the Mincistry an) hopee'
Oti'r doctors whoim the -source said had
:-,I ; vcre Dr. Mike Wallace, consultant
surgeon, wh. was leaving in a matter of days:
Dr K. E. Khan. a senior medical officer, who
was also leaving shortly: Dr. M. Coates,
anaesthetist .and Dr. M. Ritchie, a Bahamian
Medical (mlin. \lwho quit to go into private
practice
T he Tribunte understands that Dr. Ritchie
ias taken over the practice of Dr. Grahame
Barrv y h recently loved Io FIreeport
Dr. R. E. Hart, a chest specialist trained b\
I)r. Richard ( or one oif the ( ,i l. ',
ouitsanding medical men. is to lcicve mwihin l
few d.yis because the Ministi ,
woutild not renew his contract-
Dr. Stephen Cash, .A B i.t ;i: i' i
completed hIs endingg ptenid v.lth in.
hospital and has lelt toi g, ilno p :\.
paetice
,While it was.i true that the nil be t i o cf I Is
had increased at the hospital the quAilIt a.i
.b...ixig down. the source said liet charged thai
the O'ut Pattient department wk.is itll oi
inexperienced doctors "who i iilcl ci ni lC
properly or reduce a simple fracture."


mother, Mrs. Leonard
Johnson, pictured at left with
her husband, who actually
bought the ticket in her
daughter's name, in a
last-minute bid to win after
nine years of frustrated ticket
buying. The Johnsons will sell
the car to help pay for
Beverley's education. Minister


Hotel sides talk

REPRIRSI NI'ATIVES of the There were unconfirmed
Hotel Union and the Hotel reports that the hotel workers,
Employers Association were disgruntled at the lack of
meeting today and were progress to date, may begin
expected to continue talks strike action sometime this
again tomorrow in a bid to weekend.
make some progress in contract The negoi i.'aol completed
negotiations before reporting their ninth week of intensive
to Labour Minister Clifford L. negotiations yesterday .
D)qrling on Monday. It also marked completion
cAMi DA4 of the first week of Labour
DO'S & DON'T FOR
YOUR KODAK CAMERA RUSSELL TO ADDRESS
DO be careful when using
your camera on the beach.
(Sand can damage the )RIS RI' SS I I pienmanent
mechanismm. secretary of the Ministr> ot
DON'T leave your camera .
and film in direct sunlight External Affairs will address
(Heat can damage both the Rotary ('lub of Nassau
__ !:camera and film). next Tuesday (Febh I)) at the


*SMEARED


of Agriculture. Fisheries and
Local Government Anthony
Roberts won the other prize
in the raffle, a Dodge Monaco
station wagon. Both prizes
were donated by businessman
Alexis Nihon. The raffle
drawing was held Tuesday at
the Cat and Fiddle Club on
Nassau Street.


again
Ministry -mediated discussion.
Union spokesmen yesterday
charged that they were further
from a settlement than the0
had been a week before.
because of the "vern hard"
position taken by management
since the talks moved to the
Ministry.
The lilks this weekend are
being conducted without the
benefit of Ministry mediation


NASSAU ROTARY


club's weekly luncheon
meeting at the Sheraton British
(Colonial Hotel Mr. Russell's
subject is "Foreigni Affairs."


By MIKE LOTHIAN
II N MONTII-OL).D l)Derdre
\nnette Ro\ waited ,onl, five
m!inutLIes or alttenh on la lthe
Prinices.- M\argaret llosptals
O()l Paltictnts IDparltmentl and
she was alirady dead when she
kia -, seen bIi a doctor, the
M\inistri ocif I alith -,aid in a
statement rct r utig earlier press
re por ts
SThe \ni-! r. t ia-.c ,l L aid
Ali,) that investigation. have
concluded in the deaths at the
P*spltal ol another baby and
ti a mian, but the Ministry 's
report on the two incidents
\were not detailed as that on
Deirdre's death. No p',. 'I
infoniation was given to retute
pries reports of the two deaths
I hle Ministry account of
\eltsi at the hospital on the
nighil lof lrda, February 8
a,- bh -d oin hospital records
lie statenient added that
"tlie intorniation obtained
ioiwn hospital records has been
,iiliri;ied ih Miss Marsha
\Ineti. mother of the baby"
even though the facts as given
b\ tihe Ministry differ radically.
paritticarl as to times, from
those given Ihe Iribune on
Ihtirsd a by Miss Arnett
erseit i heC \Ministrv was able


Sorry, no

winner
SORRY' P'/7I IRS. no
winner again this week but
to the near 3.000 contestants
who tried to 'win The
rIiLhuiie's ?4 t hb4i'0 pri /e
in the Crossword Puzzle
contest. there's still next
week.
The fabulous Orlando
clipperr Cutlass de luxe boat
with a 50 h.p. Johnson or
Evinrude engine remains the
prize for the luck, winner of
our crossword.
The boat is on view ali
during the week at Maura
Lumber Company's Shirley
Street store so why don't
you ask to see it.
The new puzzle is found
on today's back page, and last
week's solution on page 4.
CROSSWORD DEADLINE
IS NOW THURSDAY)
BECAUSE of the number
of entries to The Tribune
Prize Crossword Puzzle
contest the deadline ia been
changed to noon Thursday.
This week the judges
accepted late entries but
next week all contestants
should get their puzzle entries
to The Tribune office in
Nassau or Freeport by noon
Thursday The judges cannot
be 'pl'llllible for delays in
the mail or for loss Only
those entries in our
possession by noon Thursda)
will be judged.


Butler stays
SENATOR MIL L
BUTLER Jr. is to remain as
head of the Bah.imas
Broadcasting Corporation
despite consistent reports
that he was to be replaced by
Mr. Cadwell Armbrister. PLP
representative for Killarnev.
Mr. Butler's re-appoint-
ment was the only surprise in
the list of public boards for
1974. released through
B a ha im as I1n for mi a t io n
Services. As anticipated. i!,
'en'tried "S,'ie" fIeastsit, who
broke PLP ranks to run
against Mr. Sinclair Outleni in
St. Barnabas, has been
replaced by r ( ,C ,
Rahlning as chairman lt tihe
Maritime Board
.i. )Osi'ar .Ilihns;.,i ( at
Island representative, replaces
.r. P'rC.r 'n .,llhi.r a,
chairman of the Bahalnas
Electricity Corporation. 1!'
Joscph li:,rJ. M.P. Inagua.
continues as chairman ot tlhe
Bahamas Teleconinmmuin
cations Corporation.


to contact Misis rnett only
after The Ilribune provided
in It o r m.ti ion on h e r
whereabouit, and telephone
nuttber I
n iess Arnett. contacted by
The 71liitn 1 on Thursday,
corrected reports given to both
daily newspapers by Fraiklyn
Ri., the baby',m father.
She told the Tribune that
-'he arrived a.t the hospital
about 1() p.m. Ieb. and that
no one at the hospital knew of
Deirdre's prese nce until after
she died. according to M\iss
Arnett. at about 11 30 p.m.
According to the Ministry
press release, however.
information obtained from the
hospital and allegedly
confirmed by Miss Arnett
indicated that she and her baby
did not arrive ait the (Outi
Patients Depairtment until
11) p i. At that time the
b.b y "as breathing n
a normally.
"Oin arrival at the hospital."
the Ministry said, "shle met a
lirc otf persons at tie waiting
window and so she took a seat
with the baby in her arnis
\bout five minutes after her
ri val at the hospital she
noticed tha thie baby had
stopped breathing and she


CARRIER

RUNS

AGROUND

.4AT

FREEPOR T

By MIKE LOTHIAN

\ 149.000 Dead '..ight Ton
J i' .A 'ii loaded with coal ran
aground just outside Freeport
Itarbour Thursday night, and
efforts were continuing today
to.i' i- i the mammoth ship at
high tide with the aid of local
tic s.
The Jhn 'iii \ uistus ssber-
ger, ot ,German registration,
was attempting to enter the
harbour for re-fuelling at the
time of the grounding on the
Cedge of the haibour's dredged
entrance channel, between
10 30 and 11 p.m.
The vessel. 946 feet long
with a 140-foot beam, does not
constitute an obsti Lutiont in
the channel. Harumir Master
Captain I) J. Wheadon tiod
I he Tribune
C('apt. Wheadon also denied
initial reports that the ship xasi
leaking oil.
"Sihe is a Ldoiblehibttomied
ship, and as far as I amI aware
she has not been holed." (apt.
Wheadon saiid
'he point (of ctllin laid the
destiinatiton ot the ship wecrc
inot ilnmediately known. It is
owned by the Issberger
Shipping line buti on this trip
xwas ino charter to another firmi
repiresented in -Ireeport by
Marine NAgents and Brokers
Linuted
ihei cruise ships Bathaima
Star anild Fltavia were i
Freeport harbhour at the time
of tIhe mishap aind werc
dclaiced for about ani houi inl

t apt. Wheadon said tile
dela> was not duie ft ai
obstruction b\ ltic groundedit
ore-carrier ais earl\ reports' i
indicated. Ie sali the ,master 'r
of the itwio cruise ishipr xtidecd
it prudent to ride out in pilots
boats I or a close look at ltie
situation before negotiating the


channel !in the daik.
I he Harbour Master said
efforts have been made to
re-eait the ore-carrier with
each high tide since the
grounding, but so far without
success. ntihecr attempt was
to be made with the 3.45 high
tide this afternoon.
So tar only local tugs are
being used in the attempts. he
said.


Hotels well booked


ALI MAJOR hotel in the
Bahamas are expecting
between 95 and 100 percent
occupancy next week, ,i ."-
fro mi Hottel Association
president Anders Wiberg the
comment that "on the whole it
looks like a banner week loi
tourism,"
Major hotels in Nassau are,
according to the Association,
"completely booked for the
next seven to eight weeks, and


spaces still ren'aining in the
smaller hotels are expected to
be taken tip by the overflow
from the larger ones and
walk-in business."
In Freeport, major hotels are
"about 95 percent booked,"
and most out island resorts are
also "very heavily booked."
Mr. Wiberg said that the
third week in February marks
"the real start of the Bahamas;
winter season."


intormled the nurse in iciarg
that her bab h had stopped
bri .liih .
"The nurse immediately
called the doctor on duty and
within three minutes the baby
was seen by the doctor "
The notice of death issued
by the hospital set the time of
the baby's death at 10 30 p hm.
the Ministry said.
NOTr I \ '.1, .1A
Hospital records, also Naid
the cause tof Deirdre's death
was "asphytia suffocation)
S'i .. ;. inhalation of feed,"
lhereas both M\r Rux and Miss
Arnett told The Tribune they
were led to believe that
pneumonia was the cause. Fhe
Ministry release made no
mention of pneumonia
The Mhnistri release went
on: "Miss Arnette has also
refuted the report made of her
visit to the hospital on
Thursday, telb 7. She arrived
at the hospital earlr Thursdat
morning and the nurse later
,ill'...1 for patients with green
cards As hcr habit did not
appear to be ver) sik, she
took a seat to wait her turn. At
about 10 a.m. she found tile
green card in iher bag and b%
10:30 a.m her baby had been


seen by the nurse '
Miss Arnett told Ihe
Tribune on Thursday this week
that on the previous IThursday
she took Deirdre tio ihe
Itospital at about 7 a.m.
EXHAUSTIVEIV'
"I didn't get served until
two o'clock," she told The
Tribune.
A Ministry investigation
claimed by authorities to be
"exhaustive" of Deirdre's
death was sparked by Mr.
Rox's .Ippjr:.' ,ri inaccurate
account published by Tfhc
Tribune and b\ a further
statement by Mr. Rox reported
in the morning paper.
Both papers investigated
further and both determined
that regardless of how long
Deirdre might have waited for
attention on the night of Feb.
8. hospital personnel never
knew she was there until she
had already died in her
mother's arms.
Miss Arnett in her tribune
interview. did, however,
wonder how her baby could
die. as she thought, of
pneumonia on IFriday night
when the previous day Deidre
was sid bh hospital authorities
to have nothing buiit a sore
throat "


- Happy birthday


CELEBRATE BIRTH-
DAYS Sir Etienne and
Lady Dupuch are
celebrating their birthdays
quietly in Coral Gables this
weekend.
Sir Etienne is 75 today
and Lady Dupuch will be 68
on Monday.
This year Sir Etienne
completes 70 years as a
member of the staff of The
Tribune Starting as a paper
boy he became its
Fditor-Publisher at the age
of 20. He filled this position
for 5 years and today he is
th, Contributing Editor and
continues to write over a
million words a year.


Having conpleleu
three-quarters of a century.
Sir Etienne feels that he will
still be turning out his
column when he reaches his
century.
"I have a few political
obituries to write before I
lay down my pen," he
chuckles. "Time has always
been on my side."
In this birthday picture.
taken by Stanley Toogood
two weeks ago. Sir Etienne
is wearing the uniform of a
Knight Commander of the
Ancient Order of St.
Gregory the Great. There
are only 70 members in this
grade of this Papal Order in
the world.


Thieves ram vehicle


I till V'S apparently
rammed a vehicle into a folding
garage door sometime last
night inm order to gain entry to
the Shell Automotive Services
filling station on Wulff Road at
Marathon Estates. They made
off with about $120 in cash
and a bunch of keys.
Robert Cartwright, night
and Sunday manager at the
station. locked up at about 11
p.m. Friday and, as usual, left
the cash float of $120 in a
hiding place so that it would be
available when the station


re-opened earlk tile' ioi-wing
morning.
When Leslie Darville arrived
at the station at seven o'clock
this morning the float was gone
along with a bunch of keys.
Intry was apparently made
by ramming a vehicle into a
garage door at the back of the
station. Three lower panels
were removed from the
buckled door, and three
flourescent lighting fixtures
inside were broken,
presumably so the thieves
could operate without being
seen.


Aside from the fact that
Deirdre died from suffocation
and not pneumonia, it is
common knowledge that
young children can become
seriously ill and die in a matter
of hours from a number of
complaints.
The Ministry's statement
January 2 of the three-day old
daughter of Rosalee
Pennerman.
Miss Pennerman told The
Tribune that at about 4:30
p m Jan 2 she noticed the
baby, then un-named, was
gasping for breath
RED TAPE
Due to transportation
.liif'lill1c she was unable to
get the child to the hospital
until about ':30 p.m. As the
baby had been born in the
hospital only three days
before. Miss Pennerman said
she asked at the Out Patients
window whether she should be
returned to the M.i.t.rrni i Ward
or seek treatment in Out
Patients
She was told the baby would
have to be treated in Out
Patients. but she would have to
be registered first. Miss
Pennerman had to stand in line
and it was 15 minutes before
she reached the registration
window. She said she was told
there that the baby had to have
a name for registration
NO NAME
Ih e baby had no t yet been
either baptised or named.
When told it was an emergency
case Mise PeePteirman said, a
nurse sugge' ted thatte child
be registered simply as Baby
Girl Pennerman, but the idea
was vetoed by the registration
department. Miss Pennerman
totd The Tribune.
In desperation the mother
ilinj!l, need the bab, on tihe
"Kimblerleen.' But. once
repgstered, despite insistence
that it wvas an emergency. Miss
Pennerman said she was told to
sit down and wait,
A few minutes later the
bab 's stillness worried Miss
Pennerman, who rushed to a
nurse The nurse, in turn, took
Kinberleen to a doctor, who
pronounced her dead at about
8 t1 p Iii
Referring to the Rux
investigation, the Ministry
statement :aid today t hat "a
similar invesgatition which was
carried out by the Ministry in
the death of little Kimberleen
Prnnerma revee veated very
similar circumstances to those
of the case involving young l)rir-
PRIORITY"'

thet release w ent irn to say
that uhile registration is
impocrtanrt 'int cases of
'e rgen'r '' s uch s I u i ,r.bi,",
issue i 'mi S ,cc t!d,,n ir inlportance
and cicretx t ases brought
to itc .it.fnieor otl hospital
,taxi' .re atfilrded priority "
rIhe sl ailnent did not sax
i he ti h t K i n b erleen'
tnie 'ceg't case was afforded
priority
I he Miinstry investigation of
the death of tour car drve'r
Wentworth Roberts centered on,
press reports that Mr. Roberts.
a traffic victni, died at the

were overheard on a police
radio saying "'we cannot take
care of anybody up here
tonight i cause we are having a
partly
Ihe Ministry investigation
"showed that while the annual
Nurses' Dinner was indeed held
on the night in question, staff
slated for duty throughout the
hospital reciained at their posts
and provided the regular
coverage
Th[e official statement
added
"The Ministry apprei.iated
\igth'i e on the part of
reporters and other members
of the public to see that proper
standards are maintained.
Efforts should be made,
however, to check the accuracy
of reports before publication as
it will be readily appreciated
that adverse inaccurate reports


can seriously damage the
morale of staff and lead to a
deterioration in service."


HILDA BLACK DIES
MRS. HILDA May Black, 19 grandchildren and seven
8 1, of Peter Street Fast, died at greatgrandchildren.
the Princess Margaret Hospital Funeral services wil be held
on Wednesday. She is survived tomorrow at 2.30 p.m. and will
by a son, Neville and a be conducted by Canon
daughter, Mrs. Hilda Dorsett, William Thompson at St. Agnes
church.


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Saturday, February 16, 1974


~hr ~rihuwn


Heath and Wilson wage election war of jibes


PREMIER Fidel Castro,
conceding the 12-year
economic blockade imposed
by the United States has hurt
Cuba, says he isn't "in any
hurry" to improve relations
with Washington.
II
TWO MEN, one an Irish
citizen, have been arrested in
New York as possible Irish
Republican Army (IRA) gun
runners in possession of a
cache of semi-automatic
rifles.
--
AN EARTHQUAKE
centred in the Panhandle
shook parts of Texas,
Oklahoma and Kansas there
were no reports of injuries
--
RAIDERS attacked a train
outside Mexico City and shot
and killed four soldiers.
Investigators were confused
over the motive of the attack
since the only things stolen
were the soldiers' rifles and
ammunition. The train
carried passengers and mail,

JAPAN lifted a 124- found


test satellite
today aboa
developed th
The mission
mainly to t
which will be
launch a sp
satellite.

THE SO-C
Squad is belie
again after th
petty criminal
a Rio de Jane


JET P
laboratory
confident t
Mariner 10 s
by the plan
distance of 6
a malfunction


i "-


l.O\|)tUN Prime Minister Edward
Heath compared Labour party leader
Harold Wilson to a rat last week. Wilson
once referred to Heath as a spaniel ready
to roll onto his back at the command of
his one-time hero, the late French
president Charles de Gaulle.
The opponents in the Feb. 28 general
election have impugned each other's
honour and truthfulness, traded charges
of shabby and cynical behavior.
incompetence, obstinancy, and
surrendering the nation's interests for
party gain.
Once, stung by Wilson's criticisms of
his programme, the Conservative Prime
Minister snipped. "He has verbal activity
instead of action, every verbal gimmick,
cheap jibes, even mischief-making."
Some time later Wilson sarcastically
suggested that Health was trying to
H become "a political Casius Clay,


champion of champions, but had failed,"
In his politer moments Heath usually
speaks of Wilson as "that little man."
But for all the animosity they share for
one another. Heath and Wilson seem to
have been cast in the same sort of social
mould.
Both are products of lower
middle-class homes, and the scholarship
system to Oxford University. Both
mastered the technicalities of government
before entering politics.
Both understand the ,.nipl tilie,. of
basic science, economics, and the
structure of society. Both are healthy.
quick-witted, filled with a reformer's zeal,
and both are 57.
rhe managers of the Conservative
Party sometimes acknowledge in private
that Heath was elected as their leader
because he seemed to be the one man in
their midst best able to match and master


'A paditI


Swiss may



muzzle




Solzhenitsyn


into earth orbit I \ N t 1 N B R () I ( 1
ird a newly (l C i i; St. a cct
ree- stage rocket Sol/hcniti n would not remain
was designed lo!g in Swit/eriland it Swis-,
est the rocket authorities attempt to muTi/lc
used in 1975 to his statemenelts on the Soviet
ace observation ( nIon, (,GertIIin author
lcinnrich Boll predicted.
InI an interview with the
Associated Prcss. Boll reacted
'ALLED Death with astonishnment when told
eved to be active that the banished Soviet author
le bodies of five is subject in neutral
Is were found in Swsiterland to laws that orbid
iro suburb. o l!ign rs irolil making public
s't temcints detrimental to
SwIss relations with other
R OP U LSION '"Wst (ermnand Jid not do
scientists are that." Boll de.lared. "It that is
hey can aim so, hc won't stay there long
o that iI shoots Boll hosted his tcllos Nobel
et Mercury at a prize laureate in a rustic
25 miles, despite fatrlhotLus retreat near Bonn.
ning vvroscope, Solihnitsyn.'s tirst recugc in
I thie West tollowine his forced
t v 1 \t2 e ile trs in Russia o11


Wednesday
Boll. 50-year-old president
of the International Vi ir,s
Club P.F.N. sketched his
impressions of their visit after
Solzhenits,,n departed Friday
for Zurich. Switzerland.
Obviously weary after two
hectic days with Solzhenitsyn.
Boll made these comments in
the tiny. modestly furnished
living room of his retreat in the
l-ifel mountains'
' On his relationship with
Solihenitsyn: "I saw him twice
in Moscow. the last time in
1972 We understood each
other very well right from the
start. This time he was.
naturally, physically tired, anti
confused too, but astonishingly
aware. alive and completely
fresh in his reactions."
Q u est i o n : Was
Sol! henitsyn's banishment
Irnitl Moscow the only way out
for himtn'
Answer: "He wanted to stay
there up to the last moment ...
he would never have left
voluntarily, that I can tell
Question Did you have a
chance for a really wide
ranging discussion with him?
Answer: "I didn't want to,
because he had enough to
think about.
"Hlie was phoning all the
time. iHe phoned his wife
twice. lie had many visitors,
among them Dinmitri Panin (a
Paris-based Soviet dissident
emigre who is mentioned in
"The First Circle Panin was
with him in prison."


LO\NDON Britain and
France will have to spend
another 150 million pounds,
or $330 million on the
supersonic Concorde airliner
to mkae it a practical
proposition, the Daily
Telegraph newspaper said
today.
That would send the total
cost of the project already
10 times more than the
original 1962 estimate of 160
million pounds, then worth
about S448 million up to
1.215 billion pounds, or
S2.67 billion.
The paper's aviation
correspondent said the extra
money would be spent on
research and development
before the Anglo-French
airliner is ready for
commercial service some time
in 1976.
The French government
decided Thursday that
Concorde should be modified
to make it more attractive to
airlines.
This would involve extra
fuel tanks to boost its range
by 200 miles, 10 per cent
more powerful engines,
aerodynamic improvements to


Concorde

costs


soar

again


increase is rate of climb after
takeoff in a bid to lessen
noise level and using lighter
materials to increase its
payload.
But, the Telegraph said.
the key to how much more
money will be spent on the
droop-nosed airliner will he
how many planes are likely to
he sold.
So far, only nine
Concordes have been sold
and those to the state-owned
British Airways and Air
France. However, 16 are now
being built.
Several major airlines last
year dropped their options oni
Concorde, apparently because
of the spiralling cost and
environmentalist problems
over sonic booms caused by
the plaie. (AP)


Settlement talks
DAMASCUS Palestinian leaders met in Damascus
today to decide if they should accept a settlement with
Israel on territorial problems that have caused four Middle
East wars in the last quarter of a century.
The leaders make up the central council of the
Palestinian movement. The committee is composed of the
nine-member executive committee of the Palestine
Liberation Organization and an undisclosed number of
representatives from the Palestinian National Council,
Issues being debated were:
# Would the guerrillas yield to Egyptian and Soviet
pressure to form a Palestine government in exile?
Would they attend, if invited, the Arab-Israeli peace
talks in Geneva?


Ministers fly in


the political wizard'y Wilson was
displaying in the early 1960s.
Both insist they want to tear down
artificial barriers which for centuries have
kept Britons in their own class. Each
denies his policies have had the effect of
recreating old divisions.
Heath, like Wilson. has had to endure
the jeers and sneers of ', ll".*' '.r for real
or imagined failures to communicate.
Before HIeath. no Tor. leader was ever
elected. They merely emerged at the
behest of party kingmakers. none was the
son of a carpenter and a parlour maid as
Heath was. lleath made his way to the
heights ....ni, li'. by his own efforts.
Wilson also .|iit, l,' d on his own, out
of the industrial wastelands of northern
England. Driving ambition carried him
through brilliant Oxford career into the
civil service, then government. His father
was an industrial chemist. (API


GETTY

KIDNAP:

SIXTH

MAN

CHARGED
ROME Police today
charged a sixth man as an
accomplice in the kidnapping
of J. Paul Getty III, the
grandson of the American oil
billionaire.
Antonio Femia was arrested
in a hotel in the northern
Italian city of Alessandria on
Jan. 16, the same day police
caught three southerners as
accomplices in the Getty
kidnapping.
Another man was arrested a
day later, one suspect sought
by police is still at large.
Police said they found drugs
and 48,000 lire or $760 in
Femia's possession. They said
the banknotes came from the
ransom paid by the Getty
family. They said they were
checking whether other
banknotes found in Femia's
possession were also part of the
reported ransom of $2.7
million.
Femia was notified of the
new charges in the Rome
Rebibbia jail where he has been
since the arrest. Femia is a
native of Calalria, Italy's
southmost region where
17-year-old Getty is believed to
have been kept by the
abductors for most of his five
months in captivity.
He was released during
December, two months after
abductors cut his right ear and
mailed it to a Rome newspaper
to press relatives into paying
the ransom.
The family delivered the
ransom in a bag during a
scheduled encounter between
the abductors and a family
emissary. The banknote serial
numbers, however, had been
recorded by police.
Police were investigating
reports that Getty was
kidnapped by a Mafia-style
gang


5'


R. WILSON
'A rat'


Seven killed



in shelling


PIIuM PFNIl Insurgent
gunners shelled Phnom Penh
and one of its southeastern
suburbs with high-explosive
artillery rounds today and
police sources said seven
people were killed and 35
wounded.
The artillery\ rounds landed
within several hundred yards ot
the presidential palace and the
I S. I embassy, and on a
southeastern suburb lust across
the Ba.ssuac mr\er troim the
ca, pi t l.


It was
attackk onl
Monday's
in which
killed.


the first insurgentI
Phnom iPenlih since
devastadng barrage
13'1) persons were


I earlier. lield reports s,;id
two large government columns
linked up on Phnom Penh's
northwestern front and threw a
protective shield around the
capital's western approaches.
But the goernmiient troops .
moving from the north and
south., ailed to encircle Khmer
Rouge insurgents who had
been trapping a government
company in thie area.
I he link-up was at Pun
Phniim. eight miles northwest
if ile c capital.
Field reports said tight ing


was at close quarters a,
government soldiers rooted :u
rebel gunners in bunkers .,id
government armour swept uitn
the battlefield. The reports t.-,id
six government planes hbomb--d
and strafed the fleeing rebels

Initial casualty figures Iuit
insurgent casualties at 30
killed, with a large number ib
government soldiers wounded,
But sources said casulits
counts on both sides ss.r
expected to go far higher.
The link-up forged a
government arc about :sIe
miles long protecting the
western approaches to Phriom,
Penh at ani average distance of
eight miles from the capital
Some 3.000 insurgents wr.
believed to be west of the .
and field commanders said 'hi,
rebels were regrouping M ,i,,n
the Preko Khasch river

Government tt ,i'
defending Highway 2 south i
Phnom Penh repulsed rebel
ground assaults Frnda nighn.
and insurgents gunnric- struck
at four other outpos'ts iioiimid
the capital, the goserniiient
said.


Sailing ex Hamburg, Bremen,. PARIS The foreign
Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Antwerp. Ministers of Igypt and Saudi
Arabia today flew to
Due Freepoit \,ashington for talks with IU.S.
"LADON" 15th FEBRUARY secretary of State Ilenrn
"ULYSSES' 5th MARCH Kissinger ibout the meeting of
"ULYSSES" Sth MARCH "nro l i n
\rab 'big our" leaders in
\ l5(ig, ria W Icdnesda, and
I hur sdai
I ,1rcigtn Minister Ismail
I aflli ot I -gypt made no
P.O. Box F2492 Freeport Phone 352-9691 ,Itvrnent. but IForeign
Minister Omar Sakkaf of Saudi


Arabia, when asked by
reporters it hlie would meet
with President Nixon, replied.
"'I hope so."
Ihe two ministers were in
France for discussions w, ith
French officials after the Algiers
meetings of the chiefs of state
of Egypt. Saudi Arabia, Algeria
and Syria. The stopover was
regarded in sone circles as a
gesture ofl thanks toward
France for both its pro-Arab
foreign policy and its refusal to
go along with the united States
and the 12 other participants
at the Washington conference
on energy.
Fahmi nmet this morning
with French Foreign Minister
Michel Johert to discuss
according to I gyptian sources
the Algiers conference and
the general situation in the
Middle I ast
Fahmi is due back in Paris
next week for a four day visit


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Saturday, February 16, 1974


h" ilribune
NuLLIUs ADDICrUS JURARE IN VERBAL MAGISTM
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publisher/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.
TF L.PIIONES.
Editorial 2-4532, 2-2260
General Offices (15 Extensions) 2-1986
Advertising 2-1986, 2-2768

Saturday, February 16, 1974


I WAS in Nassau for a few days early in February to attend the
funeral of a friend.
Every time I go back to the island someone suggests that I
should return to Nassau and help in restoring normalcy to the
country.
On every trip I see more and more reasons to convince
tire that I made the right decision on election day in September
1972 when I left the island. Since then I have returned to Nassau
whenever 1 have had to do so.
I wanted to sever all business connections with the island but
government wouldn't allow me to sell The Tribune ... and so the
paper is still being published and I'm still writing this column.

What did I see on this trip?
I have been watching for some time the activities of labour
lnions in hotels in Nassau anrd Freeport.
The hotels in Freeport are owned by Mr. Daniel K. Ludwig
who has so many millions he doesn't have to care about his
investments in Freeport.
Fortunately they arrived at a settlement just as I was receiving
information tromi usually reliable sources that Mr. Ludwig was
leaching the end of his patience .. and was just about ready to put
thle locks on the doors and throw away the keys.
The union tug-o-war in Nassau reached a high point at a
meeting in the Taxico Union Hall on Saturday, February 2nd
when 3I5 members voted for a strike and only two voted against
it Here wasn't even an argument ... the vote wis just about
una niinou s.
I unionn members have not only been fighting the hotel owners.
Thcy have been fighting their own black government as well.

The tourist business is the nation's principal industry.
For two years now this business has been on the decline.
mostly because of the change in the attitude of our people which
visitors to the island do not find pleasant. They don't have to put
up with it so monied people are going elsewhere.
There is no secret to the fact that die hotels are losing money.
It is estimated that they lost at least S10 million last year.
A strike would close down the hotels and deliver a death blow
toi lthe industry .
Then the thousands of people employed by this industry and
related enterprises will have exactly ... N01 Ill\(,.

It has been well said that "you can't get blood out of stone ".It
is.clear that if the hotels are losing money they can't afford to
increase their overhead.
If this is the way the people want it, that's their business. 1
have notitung to s. y \eyonu lecamllig a picuiction rmaoe ny the
late George Milurphy. manager of the Montagu iHotel, who said
oi i 30 sears a,, that the day labour unionism entered the hotel
lusiI. '/thaI would be the beginning of the end of the tourist
business.

I had a brief brush with labour unionism in The Tribune some
years ago. I offered no objection to the nmen forming a union t.ut
behace thev' got it oft the ground they started telling mle what it
do It even got to the point where they might have stopped
setting my article's on the Linotype because they did not approve
oi liy police\
Ihe P l.P. had infiltrated into my staff arid they were
altackin t ie on lithe inside.
one af teinoon I called the stalT together. I told them that if
whilt they wer\ e doing was labour inioniosm I couldn't live with in.
I said tit I would open tihe office as usual on the following
moniinng If they wanted to work they could come. If they'
din'tl want to work I would turn the key in the lock on the door
and that would be the end of The Tribune. But definitely ... no
labour unionism in The Tribune..
I hey cae ito work thie next morning ... and except foi a fews
lut ers, tlie niallei was dead.
Ii m\llt come up again. hlie whole tend in th(lie country today is
in this diieccioli
But more thaI evei ItodaL that decision stands. The day labour
unionism is loiced on 17T Tribune ... that day we lock the dooi.
Since we owln lhe business we won'l have toi account to anyone
loi making nhis decision.
I believe people realize by now that when we say we are going
Io do-,. 'iI i in, we're not joking. We do it.

I'll tell s ou about another unhealthy sign in the counrtly today .
Ovei 3it0 yeas ago tile late William Araniha. C(own Lands
Of fcei. pu beach lots on sale at Adelaide for 30 pounds sterling
ai lot to piovidet a place of resort for Bahamians who had been
unable Io obtain a lot in the fabulously high priced Cable Beach
alea.
Willia i Aiainh was a close friend of mine but lie was a
,,npil.l''. fail mlan. When I applied foi one of those lots lie
turned mne downi because hIe said I had a beach at Camtperdown
and didn't need a second place.
This was a fair decision and so I offered Ino protest. Today I
find tat lihe did me a favour by refusing to sell me a lot.
ILots in this aiea soon became very valuable. Houses were built
in thIe developilmenti and somie families went to live there.
In =addition. Mr. Nigel Jones responded to public appeals for
people to help the economy by returning to the land. He
developed a large fain it the area.
Adelaide beach bec. :.e a happy family settlement and a
poputlUr holiday pineicking area.
But in mc i.eni ins rlie people have been encoun.iged to
deh elop ihe idcei il.,i ilife canl ake ali thing the\ wanlt
FoUi otl mi inilCemis liad houses in thIe aiea Irie deGlegor. s.
Mrs. 'kia lI iii t e il Joine. anid Nigel Jones ThIe Jones brothers
lived Otil theie I, a Inm inue butl finally Ilhe\ decided that ii was
no longer sale I.' ,1,1 and so the\ moved back to ii,'ir homes in
the mrty aima.
Eivedliything has bi sntinppel'd Irom their houses .. bjlhroon
and tilei Iminies bedrmuu luniilure. windows "'tlie works"
and tie buildings hli been vandail/ed
Nigel Jones had dc'eloped a profitable farmni. During the last


3


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_ -I


Our hope and our salvation


"THE PRESENT may be dubious and sometimes
uninspiring, but I beg you, my brothers and sisters, to look
to the future. There lies our hope and our salvation."
Minister of Tourism Clement T. Maynard was talking
particularly about that crippled gauldin, Bahamasair, when
ne made that statement at the PLP Convention last
October. He might just as well have been talking about the
state of the country in general.
To be sure there is no hope in these present days and
there is absolutely no inspiration flowing from the high
places of power. It is to the future indeed that we have to
look. Now the mere passage of time will not fulfil that
hope. But time and the truth can do it. Time and the truth
can bring the Bahamian people to the realization that their
political, social and economic salvation lies in being rid of
this wretched PLP Government.
For several years now PLP leaders, including Prime
Minister L. 0. Pindling, have been blaming all sorts of
people and events for what is most assuredly the results ofi
their own folly. The decline of the tourist trade in the
Bahamas and the general decline of the economy has been
blamed on the world monetary crisis, on an American
recession and even on various conspiracies by assorted
enemies.
We have also been told that most of our problems are
related to world conditions and that other places are far
worse off than we are. We are seldom reminded by the PLP
that the Bahamas was always blessed by a combination of
history and geography which made it possible for us to be
far better off than most, certainly most of our sister
territories in the Caribbean.
But the truth is persistent and even PLP Ministers cannot
always ignore it, particularly when they are talking to
people they cannot easily fool. Such it was with Mr.
MNinard when he addressed a meeting in New York this
week.
Receipts from tourism reported by about one hundred
countries, Mr. Maynard admitted, increased by 16 per cent
in 1972 and about 15 per cent in 1973. And many PLP
supporters were under the impression that tourist has been
catching hell all over the world for the last three or tour
years!
The Minister said that in the Bahamas the average growth
rate for the last four years was not quite four percent' We


aie in w cvitpa.ed with the rest of the C.,ii,. i, a I, i io tli
rate Ml i *ii ,i used 1 in he miles ahead it them loi \i'-:s'.
Thiti al.i iili ,n..i open the eyes of some PLP
s iipp 'c'- \.'i iii'.e been lasl asleep.


Arthur Foulkes

writes


TO THE


POINT


Sunit i i. -, I I;.' \i Ma\inald .aid that \t lni /uela
and M ; \i. \\' i. t .l '. l, uiii. ,i n ,ill ii.., t i J l 'si; s t oin
th li 'l iu ii n h tnines Wiui .a shock c inc must hC e t
Ph u oi i i t uonulil liar because ti lle tn 's 'i
iiiii .; 'i-- i ih;iuc'\ \i.i beiinm intm c ted liete !nit

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two years thieves have taken over.
The people who are responsible for this vandalism are nrw
boasting that they have driven the people from the town off the
beach, now they are going to drive them out of the village.
"Dis we place." they say.

While I was in Nassau on this trip a friend in the Twynam
development had an experience.
Children came in his yard and took over the ju-ju tree. The
servant was home alone.
When the servant told them to leave they refused to budge.
"Dis we property." they told her. "And we take what we
wallnt.
They refused to leave.

I came home in December with plans to reactivate my tani in
Camperdown with a view to helping the economy of the island. I
lamented the fact that, because ot the governmlenlts iniigritati'n
policy. I was unable to do this. Now I lealice that perliaps I
would only be creating problems foI my self.

This unhealthy attitude is spreading more and more among the
people who. I suppose, are beine encouraged by the fact that the,
see how some of their leaders ... poor men only a short time .rcao
a...e now strutting around the town in peacock teathlii and
finding a place for themselves on Millionaire Row. The\ also see
how easily international brigands with plenty of money to spic.id
around are welcomed here.
'This thing is infectious In this period of Fat Cats esei\ bhod
wants to be a Fat Cat. even il it is only to tile e\tent of lakrig
possession oit a imans ju-ju tree

The people tell me I should come back to this .. that I could
help clean up thie mess.
I wouldn't be such a damiIn tool.

In one of mi recent articles I told you I was reading a book
about life in a leprosori um where the doctor was curing men and
women afflicted with the deadly disease of leprosy.
The case of all emotionallI disturbed man in thie compound
was brought to his attention.
tiHe said simply that lie could cure a man of lepios\ but he
knew no way to help a manr with a disturbed mind.
A great ianry of the people in the Bahamas loday aie sick
mentally sick. Then minds have been upset bh\ a false seWnse ,O
power that is now well on the way to destroying even the litlc
that the\ had.

THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Unto everyone that hath shall be given, and lie shall li.ae
abundance; but from him that hath not shall be taken a\\wa\ ciin
that which lie hath:- ST. MATTHEW 25-29.

Tins pasa.tge in the Bible lris etei1tence to tile Ltait ii pe.pk
who piosperi J.l ,wi'el Thie unwr ie lose e\en witliiI lhe\ im.i\ ii .
had

Shakespeare gave one uof Is plays thle title "'-\ ou like 1'
This name nughlt well be applied to thie Bahaidas today
The people have made it whlt it is. They must "likc il ti'1
way As lai as I'm concerned it's all theirs
In the end it will give then a type of indigestion ilha ti nod i .I-
can cure That too will be all theirs. I only hope the\ 'II be 'le i.'
live with it.


comuttr\, tourism is also going straight to hell because of
PLP incompetence and double-dealing, not because of
international conditions.

The Bahamas Union of Teachers this week complained
that the. Gtoovernment has not budgeted properly for school
supplies for Bahamnian children in 1974. They say that an
additional S600.000 is needed for the supply of educational
material and that the Government has budgeted $10 for
eadh child instead of S24 which was budgeted last year.
Then they went oin to suggest that the Ministry of
ELduication's '-.udi.-I might have been arbitrarily cut by
bureaucrats in the Treasury. "If this is the way individual
budgets are reduced in sie., then it appears that the
bureauciatic machinery at the Treasury needs to be
overhauled."
Not so. dear teachers. It may be that a certain bureaucrat
concelned with the budget attempts to decide priorities for
the G(overnmente. n this particular case for the Ministry of
I education. ,B-n it lhat is so what is needed is not an
tvehaul oft the bureaucratic machinery but a new Minister
of finance and a new Minister of Education.
As a matter of fact, what is really needed is a new
Government. since any government which allows its civil
servants to establish national priorities is either
incompetent or negligent, in any case worthless. Now that
is the truth and the public must not be misled into
believing otherwise.
Furthermore. the teachers ought to know that whatever
the bureaucrats and individual ministers might do with the
budget in its initial stages, it is the Cabinet which has the
final sa\. Every yea; the Estimates are prepared and
presented to the whole Cabinet and it is the Cabinet,
piresid d iluer by the Prime Minister, which decides on the
oi der of priorities which is to be presented to Parliament
:itiil the nation.
The truth is that the decline in education, including
niimn and qualified teachers, must be blamed directly on
thile PLP Government and on no-one else, least of all some
unnamed bureaucrat in the Treasury.

Dictators hate the truth. They hate those who strive for
the truth whether they be prince or peasant, poet or
preacher. Many dictators come to power on the backs of
the people. They claim to have great concern for the
welfare of the people when they are really more concerned
abouttt their own personal power and glory.
That is why Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, the great Russian
writer, has been branded as an enemy and a traitor and
expelled from the homeland which he loves so much.
One of the greatest betrayals in the history of mankind
has been the betrayal of the Russian people by the socialist
revolution and Solzhenitsyn had the courage and the talent
to reveal to his countrymen, those who can hear him, and
to the world, the savage extent of that betrayal.
%..1 h i ,t has chronicled the details of the massive
pewisccutionii of millions of citizens of the Soviet Union by
the ver% same leaders who posed as their deliverers. So he
hfwd to gio. The successors ofi the Soviet dictatorship know
that their survival in power is threatened by the truth.
Time and the truth can bring freedom to the Russian
people and maybe the time will come when, as one
commentator says, a young Russian will ask one of his
elders. "Who was Brezhnev?" And the elder will reply. "He
was ,a politician who lived in the Solzhenitsyn era."
Therein lies our hope and our salvation.


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By Abigail Van Buren
DEAR ABBY: I sure dig your column. Do you write all
those answers yourself? Or have you got a whole mess of
writers who do it for you?
And that picture of you is a gas! How old is it? Is that
really you? I'll bet in real life you're a fat old maid who
takes her frustrations out telling other people how to live.
I'm a 38-year-old bachelor. Never been married, but
I've been around a lot. If that's really your picture and it's
not more than 10 years old, I might even ask you to marry
me. Do you think you could live in Fort Wayne, Ind.?
RUSTY
DEAR RUSTY: I write all those answers myself, that
picture is ME, and it's a recent one. Anyone who lived in
Sioux City, la., and Eau Claire, Wis., can live in Fort
Wayne and love it. However, I'm still married to the same
man I married 34 years ago, and I'm old enough to be your
mother.

DEAR ABBY: This is my second marriage. His, also.
Three years ago Carl won me over by pretending to love
my two children. He took them on picnics, to the beach,
etc. As soon as the honeymoon was over, he ignored them
completely! He finally admitted he actually hates children!
The boy, now 10, is under a doctor's care because of the
tension at home. The girl, 15, ran away twice because she
couldn't stand this "institution."
When Carl comes home from work he goes right to his
bedroom and nobody sees him until dinnertime. At dinner,
the extent of his conversation is: "Sit up straight, both you
kids, and keep your elbows off the table!"
After dinner he retires to his bedroom to watch TV. We
can be watching the same channel in another room, but
Carl prefers to watch it alone.
We never visit anybody, and no one visits us.
He hasn't kissed me hello or goodby in two years.
There is no sex, either. I am clean and neat and pleasant. I
am 33. He's 42. He's a good provider, but what good is that
when everything else is lacking?
Don't suggest counseling. My son's doctor suggested
that. and Carl said: "No one has to tell me how to live my
life "


Please help me.


DESPONDENT


DEAR DESPONDENT: Ask your husband what he is
getting out of your marriage. tHe can hire a cook and
housekeeper.1 Unless he agrees to counseling, talk to a
lawyer about a separation or divorce. And I hope you're
qualified to work outside your home, because you may have
to.

British Empire Order service


Itl M Q t!EN has commanded
trht a erlfe tf the Order of the
Britjh Vmrnpire shouldd be held in St.
P'aul s 1. athedral at i1 1 I .m on
wtdnisuda. May 22 The chairs
presented t, the Cathedral by the
Order si.ll he dedicated at this
Ner% ice
Her M"ajesty and His Ro>at
Highness t he Duke of Edinburgh.
Randnd Master of the Order, will be
present
,hose belonging to the Order
and h.'lder- of the Briti.h Empire
MeJdl ..' -h would like to attend
this' c ScrMs ,t are invited to apply for


a ticket to -The Registrar of the
Order of the British Empire," 8
Buckingham (;ate, London, S.W.I.
The closing date for applications is
April 14. 1974.
Applicants for tickets are
asked to give their full names and
the appointment which they hold
in the Order (K.B.E., C.B.E..
O.B.E.. M.B.E.) or whether they
hold the Medal of the Order.
Letters customarily shown after the
name denoting other Orders.
Decorations or Medals should also
he stated,


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EXPLANATIONS OF MORE
DIFFICULT CLUES
CLUES ACROSS
4. SEWN not sawn. The
SEWing is an important
part of the making of a
garment and once done
"badly" the garment "will
always look secondrate."
Sawing is an early process
usually allowing for
correction later by
planing, sanding. etc.- so
that bad sawing doesn't
n ee.sirilS spoil the
finished "article." Sown is
remote.
6. DETENTION not
detection. His detection
alone will not be the
completion of the matter.
since astute lawyers may
yet enable the "arch
criminal" to escape paying
the penalty for his crimes.
But his DETENTION is
the satisfying culmination
of the "police chief's"
efforts and "could be the
highpoint in" his
"career."
7. CRUSH not crash. "In a
TV hospital series."
incidents tend to be larger
than life. thus the
"victims of a CRUSH may
well be" portrayed in a
hysterical state and thus
"treated for shock." On
the other hand, the
writers are likely to
conjure up something
more colourful than mere
"shock" following a crash
and the clue phrase, "for
real drama's sake."
14. SLAP not slip. "SLAP
involving her," whether
she received it or gave it.
would mean she was
deeply affected
emotionally, sufficient to
make "her cry" in :. l. ilni
the incident to "her
mother." The slip could
have been on the part of
another person speaking
to "her" and thus not
affect "her" in a direct
emotional sense.
Furthermore, the slip
could hase been
humourous for all.
17. CROAK not creak. "Will
sound much louder than
during the day," implies
that the sound is loud to
an extent "during the
day," more apt for the
CROAK of some creature
(e.g., a trog). In man\
instances the creak ( e.g..
of a chair) is drowned
among the sounds of the
day and won't be heard at
all.
20. LENDS not sends.
LENDS makes a
straightforward answer to
fit the reaction cited in
the clue when so
"duped." There's nothing
apparent in the clue to
indicate "he" needed to
send the "money"
anywhere, rather than
merely handing it to the
person "requesting" it.
Tends is too vague.
22. CRUMPLF not crumble.
If his "work is always
rejected," it shows he is
persistent ( "keenly
aspiring") and while such
a person's "dreams may
CRUMPLE" Ii.e., get a
little deflated ,
metaphoricall'.y they still
exist, where a less dogged
person's "dreams" would
crumble (i.e.. utterly
disintegrate).
CLUES DOWN
1 TEARFUL not fearful.


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Canadian Senate chief off
CANADIAN SENATE LEADER Paul Martin and Mrs.
Martin are shown boarding a plane for Canada this week
after spending a "most agreeable" holiday in the Bahamas
at the Holiday Inn. During a press conference Wednesday,
Sen. Martin said in respect to the announced intentions of
the Turks and Caicos Islands to form an association with
Canada, that his country "has no imperial ambitions
whatsoever." He claimed that his Government has the
attitude that those are decisions which rest not with Canada
but with the territories involved. Sen. Martin is a veteran of
38 years of Canadian politics and is a former Minister of
External Afairs.

TO SPEAK ON DRUGS


What "would tend to
amuse onlookers" is not
"the fact that" the "child
is fearful'" but rather the
sight of the woebegone,
"TEARFUL child refusing
to feed" the "elephant "
2. DENSE not tense. "With a
"psychiatrist will
normally need to be very
patient" in order to make
the slow mind understand.
"With a tense person," it's
understanding and
calming that's required as
quickly as possible rather
than "treating" him "by
being very patient," as
though it's just a matter
of time before the
tenseness disappears.
3. MIND not find. MIND
makes a comprehensive
answer for they'll "try a
hair restorer because they
MI\I) losing their hair"
when "they"find they are.
4. SNORT not snore. "A
loud SNtoRT" is derisive,
so that the "actor" has to
get an "implication" into
the sound. Being "keen"
to improve his acting he
"would rehearse it until it
gave the right
implication." "A loud
snore" is merely a
meaningless sound and,
therefore, easy to copy.
5. WAYS not wars. "Many
wars (plural) that make up
an average science fiction
story" rather than a war
would be too heavily
weighted on wars to make
a saleable "science fiction
story." WAYS makes a
clear-cut answer to the
clue's context
9. TRACKS not traces. "A
familiar 'A t..rn movie
theme" points to
TRACKS as one horseman
pursues the other on the
trail. The situation where
"a wronged man" sets out
to trace another is a
hackneyed hut
nonwestern theme.
10. PACK not rack or sack.
Not "examine" the
luggage contained by the
rack. but the "contents
of" the luggage, certainly.
"examine" the "contents"
(i.e.. look at each item) in
a PACK, yes. Sack needs
to be better qualified in
the clue as it may well
contain one substance
(flour, sugar, etc.), in
which case it would not
be to "examine its
contents" but rather to
determine its "contents."
14. SACKED not socked. The
clue word, "personally,"
superfluous for socked,
which could only have
been done "personally,"
points to SACKED, as
opposed.to the "company
executive" having the
personnel manager, for
example, advise the
"man" that he has been
SACKED.
15. PLAITS not plaids. It
won't be the plaids
themselves (i.e.. the
Page 7, Col. 7


fie has held several teaching
posts in London schools, and is
now involved in the production
and presentation of health
education films. T.V. series and
the design of mobile education
units in the United Kingdom.
D)r Porter also has several
publications on health
education and behavioral
science to his credit.


* D Nassau Christian and Missionary
ALLIANCE CHURCH
Temporarily Meeting At Y.W.C.A. Building'
Dolphin Drive at John F. Kennedy Drive.
Rev. Weldon B. Blackford, Minister
WORSHIP HOUR 11 A.M. GOSPEL HOUR 7 P.M.
"WAITING FOR : FINDING "ONE"
HARVEST" FINDING "ONE"


TUESDAY BIBLE AND PRAYER HOUR 7:30 P.M.


DISCOVER THE DIFFERENCE
AT NASSAU'S FRIENDLIEST CHURCH
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Good Singing Dynamic Preaching .T
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ONF of the leading
educators in the field of drug
prevention a n d alcohol
addiction who has consented to
speak at the March Conference
in drug abuse is Dir D.
Lynton Porter. (pictured) the
Principal Officer of the
Education and training
Division IHealth Iducation
Council, London.
The (on ference on
"Strategies for the Prevention
of Drug Abuse in Developing
countries jointly sponsored
by the World Federation for
Mental Health, the Inernational
Council on Alcohol and
Addictions and the Bahamas
Government, will be held at
the Sonesta Beach Hotel during
March 3 5
Dr Porter's curriculum vitae
indicates a background of
varied experience since his
graduation from the University
ot London in 1947.


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JUDY Cuninghame
(pictured) presents one of her
own paintings to be
auctioned for the benefit of
the Bahamas Institute for
Mentally Retarded at
Government Ho.use on
Saturday, February 23.
Mrs. Cuninghame is a
frequent visitor to the
Bahamas and has published
several flower books and is at
present working on the fifty
state flowers for the United
States Department of the
Interior.
ELKS MEETINGS
BROTHER IVAN Wallace,
district deputy Grand Exalted
Ruler and Daughter Wealthy
Gomez, District Deputy Grand
Daughter Ruler and other top
Elks officers, will leave for an
important meeting at Stella
Marts, Long Island on Sunday.
All officers and members of
Pride of Simms Lodge are
asked to attend the meeting to
be held at the Elks Lodge at 3
p.m. Officers and members of
Golden Star Temple No. 1197
are invited to a joint session at
4.30 p.m.
Brother Urban Bostwick,
state president of the Bahamas
State Association of Elks;
Daughter Mable Bostwick,
Daughter President of
Auxiliary of the Bahamas State
Association; Brother Reuben
Knowles, Exalted Ruler of
Curfew Lodge No. 1162; Past
Exalted Ruler Brother Leon
Rahming, Esteemed Leading
Knight of Eureka Lodge No.
114 will also be attending.


NEW TIMETABLE
FOR BAHAMASAIR
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announced that a new
convenient timetable has been
distributed to its sales and
reservations office.
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MP's BIRTHDAY BALL AT

FREEPORT, MARCH 23
PRIME MINISTER Lynden 0. Pindling's birthday ball
goes to Freeport this year, where it has been slated for the
King's Inn Hotel's Camelot Room beginning 8 p.m. March
23.
The ball will mark Mr. Pindling's 44th birthday.
"Noted Bahamian artists will be featured in an exciting
programme of fun and music highlighted by leading
Bahamian orchestras," a ball committee press release said.
A fashion show is planned to entertain guests during the
Bahamian-style dinner.
Proceeds of the birthday ball will this year benefit the
South Andros School Project.


UK press officer to

speak to BAMTAD


MICHAEL LONSDALE,
Information Officer with the
British High Commission, will
be the guest speaker at the
monthly Bahamas Association
for Manpower Training and
Development lucheon to be
held Wednesday at the Nassau
Harbour Club at 12.30 p.m.
His subject will be: "Official
Communications and the role
of an Information Officer."
Educated at King Edward
VII School, Lythan, Mr.
Lonsdale joined the diplomatic
service in 1960 and from 1964
to 1967 served at the British
High Commission in Malta
after which he returned to
London to work at the Foreign
and Commonwealth Office.
There he was involved in
information administration
work dealing with all aspects of
press and public relations,
including government
hospitality and the
entertainment of official and
ad hoc visitors from all over
the world.
He has arranged programmes
of visits for all types of people
ranging from senior foreign
government Ministers and
politicians and high level
businessmen to journalists and
educational visitors.
In 1972 Mr. Lonsdale was
appointed assistant press
officer for the state visit to
Britain of Queen Juliana and
Prince Bernhard of the
Netherlands and in June the
same year he was put in charge
of all arrangements for foreign


from Bahamasair offices at the
International Ba. '-, Freeport;
Freeport International Airport.
the Sheraton British Colonial
Hotel. Madeira Shopping Plaza;
Nassau International Airport
and Miami International
Airport.
PLAYS & FASHION
SHOW AT GHS
THE NEW Heritage Players
will present "Room 310' plus
two humorous short skits and a
fashion show at Government
High School auditorium
Monday at 8.30 p.m.
Master of ceremonies for the
evening will be Mr. Alfred
Sears, president of the
Interdenominational Christian
Youth Association.
Tickets are on sale in front
of the Nassau Shop and from
members of the group as well
as various shops and banks on
Bay Street.
The New Heritage players
recently completed one week
of charity shows for the
Bahamas Mental Health Week.
WORLD PRAYER DAY
THE World Day of Prayer
will be held on Friday, March I
at the Kirk at 6 and again at
the Transfiguration Baptist at 8
p.m.
The theme this year is
"Make us Builders of Peace".
The speaker at the Kirk will be
Mrs. Clarice Granger. The
speaker at the Transfiguration
Baptist will be Mrs. Willamae
Pratt.


press for the state visit of The
Grand Duke and the Grand
Duchess of Luxembourg.


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IN-FLIGHT ATTENDANTS for Bahamasair recently
completed a course in first at the First Aid Centre on
Blue Hill Road and are shown aboe shown above with their ceritificats.
From left to right are Gertrude Richardson, Mona Russell.
Eleanor Smith, Miss P. Aldridge, Red Cross Instructor
presenting a certificate to Angela White. Karen Smith, D.
Munnings, Ann Isaacs and Portia Nairn, Chief Stewardess
responsible for training Bahamasair in.flight attendants.
Photo: by WENDELL CLEAR.


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trucks. These trucks have been operated on
LPGas, but are now reconverted to gasoline. No
guarantee or warranty, expressly or implied, is
given, but to the best of our -,... I. he both
trucks are in good working order. Viewing at
Bahamas Gas Oakes Field offices.
Tenders in sealed envelopes or either or both
trucks to be sent to:
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addition of '32' before each telephone
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the five digit numbers for local calls.


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/'e By LELORD KORDEL
Number Twelve of a Series
Good nutrition is not a matter of income. Rather, it's
Sa matter of selection. Proper foods actually cost less
than many that are woefully lacking in nourishment.
Many an expensively provisioned table is tragically poor pgo p
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THE FIRST EDITION OF AIRAWAK, the
in-flight magazine of Mackey Airlines, came off
the press this week and the Minister of
Tourism, the Hon. Clement T. Maynard was
presented with the first copy at the Ministry's
office in Nassau Court. Making the presentation
were Mr. and Mrs. Al Crawley. Mr. Crawley, a
former Nassau businessman, is editor and
publisher of the magazine. His wife, Alice, who
is a Bahamian is the president of Crawley
Publications with offices in Fort Lauderdale,
Florida. The Magazine will be published
quarterly and will be placed on all Mackey


NOTICE

NOTICE is he ebv qiven that NEVILLE HARDING of
Millertor Lon Island i s i applying to the Minister
responsible 'or Nationaity and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a tizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted shou d send a written and signed statement
of the facts with t u1it days from the 16th day of
February 1974 to The NMinister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P O. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is he'ebv gvep that FANEL JA .,LUE.LiN of
Nassau Street Weste- Ditrict New Providence. P. 0. Box
2462 is applyinqg o the Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citzership. for naturalization as a citizen of The
Bahamas. and that any person who knows any reason why
naturaltsation should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the '6th day of February 1974 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P O.0 Box
N7147, Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE henv giver that HENRY SAMUEL
THEAGENE of Owens Towr North Andros is applying to
the Ministe i espnsiblie for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalist. or js o citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who kn ows a'y reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 16th day of
February 974' to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship P 0 Box N7147, Nassau




NOTICE
NOT .h given' that NORMAN STEWART
LIGHTBOEURN. ,if Eight M1,Ie Rock Grand Bahama is
appl riq to tti,- 't.i ,st f-t i e ponsihble '0' Nationality and
Cirizenship. i[ i ..t .t tion I s a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that j y i n .-ho knows arsv reason why
registiat'in st(,i[l 1 t bh granted should send a written
and signed slaito, i'e, t )I f the 'acts within 'wenty-eight days
from the 'ft d F f i Febidav 1"974 to The Minister
respo-sible ior Nat >nalis and C t '-e.h P. 0. Box
N7147, Naosau.




NOTICE
NOTICiI i t-i,.lhv given that MIGUE L FRANCISCO
OBREP CON ,fi Mailn Drive, Highla od Park, Western
Distti ,t N-,A., P-ovi-dence is aipplying to the Minister
iesponsible I ,i Natuial ty and Citizenship, for
naturalisit.io as a aititwer, of 1ho Bahamas, and that any
perso-n whi kri,-Ws a'rv 'esonr why naturalisation should
not be gtrimied should send written and signed statement
of the ftic's with ,e tvwety-f.ygiht days fror-m the 9th day of
February 19/4 to, The Me i stri 4 ::sponsibie for Nationality
and Cditwitship. P. 0 Box N7147. Nassau.


NOTICE
NOTICE t, ,y giver, that WAH SING WONG of Baillou
Hill Road NoS', Bahamas is applying to The Minister
responsible fioi N Htion iity arid Citizenship, for
natuialisatiun as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be grantt d should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 9th day of
February 1974, to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. 0 Box N7147, Nassau


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W -11 1 -, --
Airlines flights. The first edition carries a
message of greetings from Mr. Maynard and
several articles on tourist attractions. In his
message, the Minister of Tourism states, "My
Government warmly congratulates Colonel
Joseph Mackey for his 25 years of service in our
Commonwealth of the Bahamas in the field of
aviation. A pioneer in the Bahamas, the name
Mackey has been firmly linked with the
Bahamas over the years as we developed from
Crown Colony to a newly independent nation."
Left to right are: Mr. Crawley, editor and
publisher, Mr. Maynard and Mrs. Crawley.


LESS BIRTHS

IN BAHAMAS


IN 1972


1111 IQ'2 Vital Statlnc, I
Report for the Commonwealth
of The Bahamas has been
published bh the Department
ot Statistics. This is the fifth
of these reports to he
published by the Department
t hic responsibility prior to ]'-,hs
being held by the Renstrar
( general's Departmient.
lihe report shows that a
total of 4,745 births have
been registered for tI) 2,
srompared with' a revised tola!
f .334 for 1 I 1 hlie number
ot deaths (excluding stillbirths)
remained fairlN coinstat at
1 1 09 c o it p a r e d
with a revised figure ot 1.1 I)
for the previous t year The
nuilbers of still-births and
infant deaths continue to
fluctuate: there were 105
stillbirths recorded in 1472 as'
against 122 tor t' I. 105 for
l 'O and i 3 2 for I1 9,
In it c)'7 101 infant deaths
w ere recorded. I l2 were
re,-rded in llt I. 155 in 0QTO
and I tO in I16h0
Fhie number of manages diid
not change h 1 ani appreciable
ai'lu)ntl 1,32ts werre recorded
in 17) 2 and 1.323 In the
presiouis year I he It1' figure
had shown a decrease of 1 12
less than the 1970 figure of
1 435.
The est imated crude birth
rate for 1972 is 25.0 per 1000
asagainst30 O0per 1000 tor 1971
S 1 71. I he crude death rate is
6.0 for 1)2. while it was 0 3
for II" I
I he infant tlmortalit rate for
172? was calcutlited at 33 0
compared with a rate of 36.0
tor 1971 The rate of natural
increase for l1''2 is 1) ,. the
rate in 197 I was 23 .
IThe report contains a great
deal of demographic
information. There aire 58
tables, 26 pertaining to live
births and 24 to deaths
(excluding stillbirths) and
infant deaths. There are 3
tables each for marriages and
stillbirths as well as two
summary tables.
SCopies of the report may be
obtained from the Department
of Statistics. Nassau Court. or
from the government t
Publications Office. Bank I ane
at a price of $5. per copsy


DEATH
PFTiR STRFFT reside.
Mrs. Hilda May Black, aged
about 80 years, died at the
Princess Margaret Hospital 3
a.m. Wednesday following a
brief illness.
She is survived by one son,
one daughter. 19 gr.i r.l hiilir.
and seven great-grandchildren.
F funeral services are to be
announced later.


proper preparation.
Yet no mystery surrounds
The only basic dietary rule is
simply this: Increase your daily
protein intake to at least 150 to
165 grams (more if you've been
ill, are planning a reducing diet
or indulge in strenuous physical
activities); limit the starches
and sugars to natural carbohy-
drates found in vitamin-and-
mineral-rich fruits, vegetables,
honey, unrefined raw sugar or
molasses, whole grains and seed
cereals.
RULE OF THUMB GUIDE
'1 he following charts give you
a rule-of-thumb guide as to the
adequacy or inadequacy of each
day's meals from the stand-
point of how many grams of
protein are consumed:
First. I shall list the animal
proteins, that is, the high grade
or complete proteins; then the
incomplete or vegetable pro-
teins. At least 50 to 75 percent
of your total daily protein con-
sumption should be selected
from animal proteins, The re-
mainder of your daily protein
intake may come from vege-
table sources.
ANIMAL PROTEINS
Protein Grams
I Cup beef broth .. ........................ 4
4 Ozs. lean beef (rib, rump,
pot roast) ..............................22
4 Os. beefsteak .......... .......23
4 Ozi. corned beef, canned
or fresh ................................-16
4 Ozs. beef tongue ................. 16
4 Ozs. beef heart ...... ..............17
4 Ozs. beef liver ........... 20
4 Ozs. lamb roast ............._22
2 Average lamb chops ................20
4 Ozs. lamb's liver .............20
4 Ozs. mutton .....................20
4 Ozs. veal cutlets ... ..............20
2 Veal chops ................. ......... 19
4 Ozs. veal, roast leg .. ...... 23
4 Ois. chicken ...........................18
1/2 Cup chicken liver ... ..... 20
4 Ozs. duck ................21
4 zs. goose ..... .............22
4 Ozs. turkey .. ........ 24
4 Ozs. codfish .. .. ........... 16
% Cup crabmeat ...-....................... 16
4 Ozs. fresh-water fish ...............21
4 Ozs. herring ........................ 19
/2 Cup lobster meat ..........---16
7 Medium oysters ........... 6
4 Average sardines ---...........13
1/2 Cup salmon ....................... 22
4 O0s. scallops .... ......... 16
6 Medium shrimp ........................ 8
1/4 Cup tuna, canned ............... 9
4 Ozs. whitefish ..................22
4 Ozs. rabbit 20
I W hole eg .... ... 6
I Egg white .. .. .. 3
1/2 Cup egg custard, fortified
with 4 extra tbsp. pow-
dered skim milk ... .... IS-18
Cube: 2xlxl inches Cheddar
cheese ... ......... 12
2 Tbsp. Italian cheese, grated 12
1/2 Cup cottage cheese ............. 20
I Tbsp. cream cheese .... 2
I Slice Swiss cheese .-.-- ... 10
I Qt. buttermilk ... ........ 30
O Qt. Yogurt ...... ... ... 30
I Qt. fresh whole milk 33
1 Qt. fresh skim milk ... 34
1/2 Cup powdered skim milk 53
1/2 Cup evaporated milk 8
I Cup cream vegetable soup
made with fortified milk 12
I Cup cream soup, containing
eggs or cheese and made
as above . .. 20 to 24
1/2 Cup ice cream, made with
eggs and fortified milk ...8 to 10
1/2 Cup ice cream, commercial 2
I Tbsp. gelatin ................ 8
I Tbsp. honey .. 2


VEGETABLE" aOVRCES
The next chart lists the vege-
table sources providing the high-
est number of protein grams per
serving By this I do not intend
to imply that no other vege-
table sources are worth con-
sidering Since these vegetable
proteins are not high grade, or
"complete." no more than 25
percent of your daily protein in-
take should be chosen from this
list:
VEGETABLE PROTEINS
Protein Grams
10 Medium almonds .. .. 2
4 Apricots, fresh or dried .... I
8 Stalks asparagus .... 2
1/2 Medium avocado ................... 2
I Medium banana (ripe) I
1/2 Cup kidney beans ......... 6
1/2 Cup green string beans ... 2
1/2 Cup lima beans, dry 8
1/2 Cup bee's ... .. .2... ....... ... 2
I Slice whole rye bread 3
I Slice whole-grain bread,
fortified with milk powder 5
% Cup broccoli ..... 3
4 Cup brussels sprouts 4
I Cup cabbage, raw .... 2
1/2 Cup cauliflower 2
4 Stalks, celery, green ....... I
12 Large cherries ..... ............
3 Tbsp. coconut ... ............ I
1/2 Cup corn, canned .......... 4
I Medium corn, on cob -. 3
1/2 Cup cornmeal, unbolted ........ 8
I Medium cucumber ........ ......-I
'/2 Cup dandelion greens ..3
1IS Medium dates ....- ..- ..........3
1/2 Cup eggplant .........-............. I
10 Stalks endive ...............
2 Small figs, dried ................ I
2 Large figs, fresh ............... I
I Cup buckwheat flour ............... 6
I Cup whole-wheat flour ............12
I Small bunch grapes .................. I
1/2 Cup huckleberries .................. I
1/2 C up kale ... .. ......... ...... 4
1/2 Cup kohlrabi ......... .............. 2


planned high protein diets.
1/2 Cup leeks ....................... ... 2
I/2 Cup lentils ........................--- 9
10 Leaves lettuce, green ............. I
1/4 Head lettuce, bleached .......... I
1/3 Small cantaloupe .................- I
SCup mushrooms ....................... 4
1/2 Cup oatmeal .....................- 4
2 Small, dry onions ...................... I
1/2 Cup parsley .....................-- 6
1/2 Cup parsnips ..................... .- 2
3 Halves peaches, dried ............. I
1/2 Cup peas, dried ......................12
1/2 Cup fresh green peas .......... 7
10 Large pecans -........................- 3
2 Tbsp. peanut butter ............... 9
I Medium green pepper ............ I
2 Medium red pimento .............. I
3 Medium plums .....................--
I Medium potato, baked or
boiled in ackets--- ................... 3
I Medium sweet potato, baked .... 3
6 Medium prunes, dried ..........2
1/2 Cup pumpkin .......-......---....- I
15 Large radishes- .............-..-
1/4 Cup raisins ...... ..............
1/2 Cup raspberries ... .. I
4 Cup brown rice ................. 4
SCup rutabagas ...................... I
2 Roots salsify (oyster plant) .... 3
1/2 Cup squash ................................ I
1/2 Cup strawberries ..................... I
2 Medium tangerines ..... I........
I Large orange .......................... I
I Medium grapefruit .................... I
i/2 Cup tomatoes, canned ........... I
I Medium tomato, fresh ..- ...... I
1/2 Cup tomato juice, canned ...... 2
1/2 Cup turnip, cooked ................. I
I/2 Cup turnip greens ....... ........... 2
1/4 Cup walnuts, English ................ 5
1/2 Cup wheat germ, raw ............24
To help you organize meals
according to the Eat-and-Grow-
Younger idea, I have prepared
a handy "Better Eating Plan"
which you may have with my
compliments. Send request to:
Ielord Kordel, Redford-Box 4834,
Detroit, Mich. 48219-enclosing
self-addressed envelope. (Allow
two weeks).

Condensed from the book "Eat and
Grow Younger" by Lelord Kordel. All
rights reserved. Distributed by Specialty
Features Syndicate.

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c1he ZSribunt


NOW SHOWING THRU
TUESDAY, "Duel of the Iron
Fists," plus "The House That
Dripped Blood." Sundays
showings continuous from
4:30. Monday and Tuesday
matinee continuous from
1:.45. evening 8:30. No one
under 18 Iwill be admitted.
TERROR waits for you in
"The House That Dripped
Blood." a horror thriller
featuring the top stars of
today's best cinematic horror


films.
Heading ... or be-heading the
cast are such horror film
allstars as Christopher Lee and
Peter Cushing, joined by Nyree
Dawn Porter, an Emmy
Award winner for her role in
"The Forsyte Saga"Denholm
Elliott, and Ingrid Pitt.
The strange house, its weird
inhabitants: and their strange
disappearances lead to a
mystery filled with horror,
shock, surprise and suspense.


I


NOW THRU THURSDAY
Matinee 3:00 & 5:00, Evening 8:30-'Phone 2-1004, 2-10051


I







I LOQ (ON UNDER 18 WILL BE DADMITT1D

Reservations not claimed by 8:15 will be sold
I on first come, first served basis, .


I Now thru Tuesday Now thru Tuesday
Matinee starts at 2:30 Sunday continuous I
Evening 8:30 from 4:45
"GEORGIA, GEORGIA" PG. Monday continuous I
Diana Sands, from 3:00
Dirk Benedict "BLACK MOSES
OF SOUL" PG.
PLUS Isaac Hayes
PLUS
"KILL OR BE KILLED" PG. "TODAY WE KILL,
TOMORROW WE DIE"PG
'Phone 2-2534 Montgomery Ford, Bud Spencer



NOW THRU TUESDAY t
Sunday Continuous from 4:30-'Phone3-4666
Monday Matinee Continuous from 1:45, Evening 8:30








Plus! "THE HOUSE THAT DRIPPED BLOOD'"
v, ONE UNDER 18 WILL BE ADMITTED


Vampires and witches meet
I asters of voodoo and
psychological terror
[he producers, Max
Rosenberg and Milton
Subotsky. Peter Duffel, the
director, and screenwriter
Robert Bloch dare audiences to
enter "The louse That
Dripped Blood."
Distributed hy ('inerama
Releasing, the movie is in
colour.
STARTS WEDNESDAY,
"Hell Up In Harlem," plus
"The Hunting Party" matinee
will be continuous from 1 45,
evening 8:30. No one under
18 will be admitted.
A talented trio of artists
from the stable of Motown
Records provide the mussi
background for "'Hell Up In
Harlem," a new screen
action-thriller from American
International.
The movie tells a tale of
corruption by big city officials
who think nothing of
committing murder when they
are found to be implicated in
the graft operations in their
towns.
Fred Williamson, former star
in "Black Caesar." as Toimy
Gibbs, again portrays the
godfather of Harlem. The story
also shows his struggle to make
a return to power with a new
"family" and the attempts ot
the mob hit-men to make them
"orphans."
Joining Williamson in return
roles in the new film are Juliu'
W. Harris, appearing again as,
his father: Gloria lHendry as his
former girl-friend and D 1 r.iill.
Martin as the preacher who was







OPINS 6 30, Shows %tart 7 p.n.|
Sec 2 hfetur(,s lute Is 9o lo
NOW thru TUES! *
"HANG""7& I1:S5


"CAESAR" RETURNS -
Fred Williamson who had
film fans screaming for more
after his "Black Caesar" hit
of this past year is complying
to the demand in the film's
sequel, "Hell Up In Harlem,"
the American International
release opening Wednesday at
the Wulff Road Theatre.
Sharing the cast with him are
Julius W. Harris, Gloria
Hendry and D'Urville Martin
who also appeared in "Black
Caesar" along with Margaret
Avery, Tony King, Gerald
Gordon and Bobby Ramsen.

IhI best friend Others in the
ca,,t are Margaret Avery. Tony
Kimn. ;Gcrald Gordon and
S,,hi R ri'men.
tHell L p In Harlemn is a
1 aro Production, the
c,,i paiy which also
intriduccd the film "Black
(a'esar It was produced and
written by Samuel 7. Arkoff
and is directed by Larry
C'ohlen
Once Mizell and Freddie
Perren wrote the score.


Diana Sands stars and
makes her singing debut
in GEORGIA, GEORGIA
from Cinerama Releasing.


U 'pid

Extrmnaor


FREE SHOWING Colour Feature
"LIVING WITH TO-DAY'S WATER"
To any Group, Service Club or Religious Body
Call 34351 BAHAMAS WATER REFINING CO.


PRESENTS:


SONNY JOHNSON

& THE SUNGLOWS


MUSIC FOR YOUR
DANCING PLEASURE


Jacket Required.


SHIRLEY STREET THEATRE
HELD OVER THRU THURSDAY, -Black Belt Jones."
matinees at 3:00 and 5:00. evening 8:30. No one under 18
will be admitted.
STARTS FRIDAY, "The Long Goodbye' matinees at
3:00 and 5:00, evening 8 30. No one under 18 will be
admitted.

X-WORD SOLUTION


SAVOY

THEATRE
SATURDAY NIGHT
THRU TUESDAY, "Kill or
Be Killed" plus "Georgia
Georgia," Sunday thru
Tuesday matinee continuous
from 2:30, evening 8:30. Plus
late feature Tuesday night.
ALREADY acclaimed as
"'the most unusual picture of
the year," "'Georgia, Georgia"
stars Diana Sands in the title
role.
The film is the first to
present a penetrating and
powerful story that reveals the
soul of the Black American
woman.
Miss Sands portrays Georgia
Martin, an international singing
star who is confused about her
life and identity. The dramatic
story was written for the
screen by Maya Angelou.
author of the best-selling "I
Know Why The Caged Bird
Sings," and who with
"Georgia, Georgia." becomes
the first Black American
woman to have written a script
for a film.
Co-starring is Dirk Benedict,
playing the role of Michael, an
American expatriot living and
working in Sweden as a
photographer. Benedict makes
his motion picture debut here,
but has several Broadway
shows to his credit, and is
currently starring opposite
Gloria Swanson in the comedy
hit "Butterflies Are Free."
Minnie Gentry plays Mrs
Anderson, a "hired mother"
and companion to Georgia -
with the dramatic ability and
fervour that has won her
critical acclaim on Broadway
and in Europe. Minnie, the star
of New York's off-Broadway
success "Black Girl," is
currently appearing in New
York's Broadway Production
of "Ain't Supposed To Die A
Natural Death."
Roger Furnman plays the
role of Herbert, Georgia's
manager. Roger is an actor,
director, playwright and set
designer, and heads the New
Heritage Theatre, which he
founded, in Harlem.
Terry Whitmore plays Bobo,
a defector from the United
States Army expatriated in
Sweden. There in Sweden, he
starred in his own story "Terry
Whitmore. For Example." first


From Page 4
material) that will look
funny, but the
old-fashioned style (e.g.,
skirt gi; etc.) making
PLAITS (a hair-style
which now seems tunr' )
not better answer.
18. DEAR not near. Even
though "most of those
near to her" couldn't
"attend" it, she would
probably still be quite
happy to have all of
"those truly DEAR to her
attending" "If most of
those DEAR TO her"


couldn't "attend." she
"would probably he ver%
sorry," indeed.

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Lovely Katharine Ross is a
police chief's girlfriend in the
suspense thriller from MGM,
"They Only Kill Their Masters."
to draw attention to American
defectors living in Sweden. A
book of his experience, "From
Memphis to Nam to Sweden,"
has been published by
Doubleday
"Georgia. Georgia'" is
distributed br ( iri' ,i
Releasing Corp.
WEDNESDAY THRU
FRIDAY, "Night of the
Lepus" plus "They Only Kill
Their Masters" matinee
continuous from 2:15,
evening 8:30. Plus late
feature Friday night.
M e t ro-Goldwyn-Mayer's
contemporary murder mystery
"They Only Kill Their
Masters" stars James Garner.
Katherine Ross, Hall Holbrook
Harry Guardino and June
Allyson.
The film was directed by
James Goldstone. produced by
William Belasco and written by
Lane Slate. Christopher
Connelly. Tom Ewell, Peter
Lawford and Ann Rutherford
co-star
In a small Pacific coast town
a dead woman, fully clothed, is
pulled from the ocean by her
own Dobermnan. The dog is a
prime suspect for her murder
James Garner plays the police
chief who believes the animal
innocent and seeks other clues
to the crime.
Academy award nominee
Perry Botkin, Jr., who recently
scored the popular
"Skyjacked" composed the
music for "They Only Kill
Their Masters."
A science-fiction suspense
thriller, "The Night of the
Lepus" stars Janet Leigh and
Rory Calhoun as a husband
and wife science team
attempting to control nature
without destroying natural
balance.
As a result of their
experiments, a mutant breed of
monsters terrorizes the
south-west United States.
William F Claxton directed
for producer A. C. Lyles. Don
Holliday and Gene R. Kearney
wrote the screenplay based on
the novel by Russell Braddon
Deforest Kelly, Paul Fix and
Melanie Fullerton co-star in the
unusual story of what can
happen when man tampers
with nature.


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C13563
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As of the 14th March 1974 the
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LOT NAMES
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321 Edith Collie
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C13536
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Road west of Carroll's Food
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C 13a-
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WHAT A BARGAIN
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wvas $70.000 00 ca, be bought
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AN ESTATE Out WVes
igood s W nIM'-.qg. SANDY
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aces of cultivated grounds
worth $750 000 00 Asking
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1 6 FEE T LAKE
FRONTAGE. Depth approx
475 f'et Loaded with
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outdoor '. "J.... i Four
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and furnished in good taste.
Only $215.000 00.
Immediate occupan,..
SKYLINE Have houses as
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VILLAGE ROAD
GOLDEN GATE S
HIGHLAND PARK
PROSPECT Ri GE'
IWEST-'..*- VILLAS
C 0 N D O M I N U %i
APARTMENTS in PARADISE
ISLAND
EAST BAY STREET
WEST BAY STREET
HOTELS and HOTEL SITES,
BEACH LOTS. CIr "' uI RC-
IAL LOTS, RESIDENTIAL
LOTS
AC R EAGE FOR
DEVELOPMENT IN THE
NASSAU AND FAMILY
ISLANDS SUCH AS GRAND
BAHAMA LONG ISLAND,
ELEUTHERA, ABACO.
45 ACRE CAY IN THE
EXUMAS WITH DEEP
WATER HARBOUR AND
MORE
CALL
DAVSON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENCY
Phone 21178 or 80932 21178
P. 0. Box N4648
Nassau. Bahamas


REAL ESTATE


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C13542
LOOK!
We're No. 1. Take advantage of
this once in a lifetime
opportunity. 3-bedroom and
4-bedroom houses for a low
$2,000.00 down payment and
easy monthly instalments.
Barry Petty. Phones: 2-3854,
Home 5-5960.

C13559
4 BEDROOM, 2 bathroom
unfurnished house with carport
and sewing room. FOR SALE.
Call 31671 31672 (9:00a.m.
12:00; 2:00 p.m. 5:00
p.m. .'e-- da.'n ).

C13537
4 BEDROOM 2 bathroom
house $2,200.00 down Balance
in 15 years. Phone 34471 after
6 p.m.
C13553
SKYLINE Heights 3 bedrooms
2 bathrooms and large -.*',-h,-
maid's room and large laundry
$60,000 00
Attractively laid out house
Stapiedon Gardens large
kitchen 3 bedrooms 2 baths
and many other extras.
$68.000 00.
Well furnished house with large
living room 2 bedrooms,
bathroom and well equipped
kitchen in Shirrey Heights
$24,000.00
We also have delightful houses
for sale in other areas. Call
Bill's Real Estate 23921.

C13562
GLENISTON GARDENS
As of -the 14th March 1974 the
following lots will be placed
back on the market and resold
unless further payment is
made
LOT BLOCK NAMES
9 24 Ferdinand and Jeanette
McKay
21 11 Prinston and Ismae
Role
13 27 Roy Wells

C13375
ATTRACT VE hilltop
residence Eastern District.
3 bedrooms 2 baths, living
.room, dining room, porch,
patio, kitchen, laundry. Also
charming guest suite on ground
floor. Lot 101 ft. x 185 ft,
$110,000 furnished.
Desirable hilltop two-storey
residence Montagu Beach area.
2 bedrooms one bath, living
room. dining room, patio,
kitchen, laundry, maid's
bathroom. $27,000 furnished.
Charming Cable Beach
residence near the sea. 3
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms large
living/dining, patio, kitchen,
laundry, carport, Lot 100 ft. x
120 ft. $55,000 furnished.
H G. CHRISTIE LIMITED
Phone: 21041/2/3/4.

C13441
PRIME LOTS FOR SALE
..E T'.-, oD VILLAS Business
lot 102' x 105' opposite
shopping centre Lot 2 Block 4.
$8.000.
Apartm-rent lot 60' x 130' Lot
42 Block 4 close to shopping
centre and with beach rights.
$7,000
Residential lot 60' x 130' Lot
14 bloLk 16 near shopping
centre and with beach rights --
$6,500.
FERGUSON MANOR, off
West Bav Street Lots 58 64
65 $4,000 each.
ROAD 61. acres at $4,000 per
acre
riAROLD ROAD 6'- acres at
$4.000 per acre.
Apply H G. Christie, Ltd.
Phone 21041-4.

H-OUSE FOR SALE
Executive home with full
Central Air C d.J iring and
large swimming pool Located
or'- the hill top in Sans Souci.
and within 5 minutes drive of
St Andrews School

The house was constructed
four years ago on a large lot
and finished to the highest
standards and is now offered
for sale. fully furnished and in
immaculate condition
t h ou g hout The
a.commodatrin comprises the
following
Four Bedrooms
Two and a half bathrooms.
Study
Living Room
Dining Room,
Family Room,
Fuly equipped kitchen,


Laundry & Garage

Outside accommodation inclu.
des large Mediterranean room,
extensive patio and barbecue,
custom built bar, surrounding
the kidney-shaped swimming
pool. All grounds completely
landscaped and fully enclosed.

Asking price $115,000.00.
Would be willing to take
cheaper house in part exchange
if required. Telephone owners
at 42194, any time.


FOR RENT

C13534
LARGE 2 bedroom
un furnished apartment
Richville Subdivision. $200
month.
Unfurnished 2 bedroom house
- Miami Street. $140 month.
Phone 5-6963.


FOR RENT


C13580
FURNISHED
apartment.
airconditioned
phone, water
Call 22698.


II


one bedroom
W/W carpet.
$240 includes
and electricity.


C13473
OPPOSITE Scottish Shop,
Charlotte Street. Ideal for store
or office, large parking.
Immediate occupancy. 41476.

C13555
EASTERN ROAD
One bedroom apartment, 21'
long living room overlooking
pool and ocean, tastefully
furnished, airconditioned.
master antenna. Call mornings
4-2387.

C13568
TWO bedroom unfurnished
apartment nice location near
everything. Tenwich Street,
Shirley Heights. Phone Carey
5-3471.

C13538
COTTAGES and apartment-
monthly airconditioned,
fully furnished, maid service,
available. Lovely garden and
swimming pool. Telephone
31297, 31093.

C13497
2 one bedroom fully furnished
apartments Centrevill-
District. Ring 5-8679 Don
Pritchard.
C13510
ONE bedroom apartment,
Twynam Avenue area.
Basically furnished.
Decorative iron guards on all
windows. Master TV Antenna.
To view call 2-3261.

C13448
THREE BEDROOM upstairs
apartment. Suitable for large
family. Mount Royal Avenue,
Shirley Heights. Call Mrs.
Nottage c/o 21338.

C13385
"MAUDONNA APART-
MENTS" Corner Mount
Royal Avenue and Durham
Street, Two-bedroom
apartments, completely
furnished. Telephone daytime
- 28272, after 6.00 p.m.
53418.

C 13382
''THE WAKEFIELD
APARTMENTS" Corner
Cordeaux Avenue, Englerstcn.
One and Two-bedroom
apartments, completely
furnished. Telephone daytime
2-8272, after 6.00 p.m. 53418.

C13587
2 BEDROOM apartment
East Street South opposite
Coconut Grove Avenue. Phone
32544.

C13566
2 COTTAGES on Deal's
Heights semi-furnished. For
information call 2-4656
daytime or 4-1238 nights.


ANNOUNCEMENTS
C13524 '

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SEAT COVERS 20%
DISCOUNT Roofing, Rugs,
'orn Laces, Door Draperies,
Furnitures. Canvas Awnings,
Bedspreads.
SALE ON VINYL
ADDERLEY'S UPHOLSTERY
SHOP
Telephone 34518
P. 0 Box 5766
Lincoln Boulevard, Nassau

C13374
BOOK AND PENCIL CENTRE
Market Street south
School. Artist and Stationery
Supplies
Phone 5-2011.

SCARS FOR SALE
C13379
BLACK CHEVROLET
CAPRICE in excellent
condition. L. J. Knowles. Tel:
58134

C 13569
1971 MUSTANG Fastback,
mustard exterior, ginger
interior. V8 302 V2 engine,
24,000 miles. Black rally
stripes, rally mirrors. F/Air
Auto trans. AM radio, seat
belts, new tyres. $4,300. Phone
32082

C13383
MOVING?

For Expert Packing &
Forwarding by Sea or Air,
Contact E. H. Mundy &
Co. (Nassau) Ltd., P. 0.
Box N-1893. Phone
2-4511.



APPROVED CARGO
RIGHTS


CARS FOR SALE


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LOST
C 13564
PART of a wallet personal
papers and pictures only. Has
identification in it. Contact
Jim Hamlin, Seafloor
Aquarium 36896 REWARD.
C 13384
WOLSEY HALL
THE OXFORD CORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE
( u ) and A x le. ,1 I tard


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the mo[ -e n tl, me lh,,d o et f
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Prf,.ina'r i-Uit-1 In' ru! t -artt pinn ,
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F i. F rr
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C13589
SETTLER'S PUB & INN
Beaumont Arcade, Bay Street
Sunday's Special
STEAK, CRAWFISH & CHOPS

IN MEMORIAL
C13590


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C13545
1969 AUSTIN 1300 yellow
colour 4 door and in
excellent condition. Asking
$900.00. Call 7-4054.

C13531
196 7 OLDSMOBILE
CUTLASS A/T, Factory AXr,
Radio Al-condition. $1975.
1968 CHEVY IMPALA, 2 dr.
Very good condition. $1875.
Phone 23137.

C13530
1965 CHEVROLET. 4 door.
Factory Air, A T .
Al-conditionr $1375. Phone
4-2904.
C13474
1960 CADILLAC Convertible
-- white, all equipped minus
A/C. Best offer. 41476.

C13578
1973 VOLKSWAGEN 1300
Seda' Excellent c.. i t.i.ri.
radio, white wall tyres, low
mileage, licensed for '74 to '75.
Call 3-6611/4.

C13585
1973 (l'r i ,L N, like new,
very low mileage call 5-4641.

C13592
MOTOR CENTRE LTD
WE HAVE
THE USED CAR
FOR YOU
1969 FORD MUSTANG A/T
A/C radio W/W tyres vinyl top
P/S P/B new paint work a very
clean motor car for the sports
man at ONLY $2300.00
1970 FORD FAIRLANE A/T
radio 4 dr. in very good
condition a steal at $2100.00.
1971 A.M.C. HORNET A/T
P/S saft command brake radio
W/W tyres freshly painted at
the low price of $2500.00
1971 A.M.C. JAVELIN A/T
A/C saft command brake radio
P/S tape 1/2 vinyl top W/W
tyres $3150.00.
1972 FORD MAVERICK AiT
radio W/W tyres in very good
condition $3400.00
1970 CHEVY IMPALA A/T
A/C P/S P/B radio one owner
model new paint work the
perfect taxi at the low price of
$3100.00.
1970 ACADIAN A/T radio P/S
P/B A/C newly painted at only
$2300.00.
1972 AUSTIN 1300
COUNTRYMAN A/T W/W
tyres $1450.00
This week special 1969 Fiat
124 $400.00.
THOMPSON BI VD.
OPP. DAVIS ST.
P. O. Box N-3741
NASSAU. BAHAMAS.

FOR SALE
C13527
KING size bed.
Kinq size dresser.
Double mirror
Telephone 5-4834.
C13557
1973 23z'" Allegro, 10 speed
Racing Bike. All Carmpagn ol
Clement tires $550.00 Mark
74215.
C13539
FISHER Amplifiei 500-120
Watts.
Kenwood RadioSteteo tuner
K.T. 7000 Good bargain. $400
Phone 5-7317 after 7.
C13594
BeautifV your garden:
Dutch Flower Bulbs
Dahlia
Gladioli. et.
MODERNISTIC GARDEN
& PET SUPPLY
2-286S

PETS FOR SALE
C13543















6 PEDIGREED Mnratuae
Schntrauzer 5 foi sale 7 ,.k:
-$200 A-2 Rose Lane Apt,
behindd Star Plaza)


Bon 1Ist January 1944
Died 16th February 1971
Age 27 years
Gone but not forgotten

On the resurrection morning
Soul and body meet again
No more sorrow no more
weeping
No more pain.
Left to mourn: Her parents.
four children and a lot ofi
friends.
C13570


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IN Loving memory of our dear
mother, daughter, sister and
gr a nd mother ALMA
EDGECOMBE who departed
this life 17th Februaiy 1972.
The blow was sudden
The shock severe
To part with one we loved so
dear
Sleep on dear mother and take
your rest
We love you but Jesus loves
you best.
Sadly missed by mother, 2
daughters, 1 son, 1 grandson, 2
sisters and a host of relatives
and friends.
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IN loving rnerno y of ouil
beloved father ALBERT
BROWN who departed this li'e
16th February 1973.
Across this troubled tide u life
Thyself our pilot be.
Until we each that better i td
The land that knows no sea.
Sadly missed by his wife
Florida Blown, eight sons t'v
daughters and twenty-f -ur
grand and thIee great third.

MARINE SUPPLIES
C13507
ATTRACTIVE, ICstom i hi i '
houseboat, peoifcct condilti.,,,
luxUi ioussly ful rnti hd i
equipped- Wa-fshil di V't ,
dishwashci, deep fiNeez/e, ftid-.
television, dil i ond') itioned, and
many ele ctu .iIl exti a,
Completely s (reened loCiunr
with 18ft. ceiling. Cocktail hai
with iceo mahine. Imirul dite
possession. $24,000, Wi ite
"Houseboat", P. O. Bor
N1648. Na-ssau

C13447
28 ft ibryoglss ituiseC
Excellent coriditiori Sleeps
private head, ,tove, ioc'er
sink. 2 new 225 hIp.
Chr I'ste r.1 irin-' Engine .. twi
controls, ship to shore radio.
Ideal for fishing. $12,000 or
nearest offer. Telephone
2 2058 days 3-2163 nights.

C 13588
EXCELLENT BUYS! 12ft. flat
bottomed boat .-..ri. 6 H.P.
Evinrude good for fishing etc.
$600.00, oi 12ft. fishing
fibreglass sailboat with sails
and trailer only $500. Call
31235 right away!

C13387

TRAVELLING?

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



APPROVED PASSENGER
SIrSI-IET G


C13381
PACEMAKER 44 ft.
Luxurious Cmiuing yacht
Phone 3-2371.
C11894
1969 31 ft CHRIS CRAFr
Commander. Sleeps six, privat-
shower, two 230 h p. engines
with less hr an' 200 hours.
kitc.henett-. good c oi, dittin
Call ?24?27. 54011

C13593
MARINE SUPPLIES

YACHTS AND BOATS L TD

CHRIS- CRAFT

CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS

AVON INFLATABLES

WESTERLY SAILBOATS

SEAGULL OUTBOARDS

25 toot Betaii.. Fiv h.id
sport ftihem a ii v- ith t -, r i)
h.p. Mp I 1;-.. : i
$16,500.00

35 'oot I Cht C t Ivbi qi,
seao kiff with t- ir .
h .p ,g i ' ti ..

exti 516 tO 00

AT THE MARINE 1 I
FI ist '. i el,.: . i i; :
$99.00 Peti 'S-s ;"-l ^.i li'
jiaLketS ao,> f.. .... .'tl ,-
jackets, ,, i.,- .,,
supplies.

AT THE DIVE SHOP

Sa ti- tm i .. .. t S ,a-.,, tri., i

Suit S l i. ,. A
limi ted Liipf y .*. lin .
tanks hop a NS,

shop ,vi;tt t', r i .v. Sh, t

P.O. Box N1658
Telephone 2-4869


SCHOOLS
C13386
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 an,!
8:30 a.m. o' aft'r 6 p.m. or
35084 anytime.

PETS ]

Cl ]b83
MAL\ v" 'e li <'/ I i.-i
avai bl .
A.K.
31309

POSITION WANTED
C 13582
HONFST h.i( itI,' ..;i
with 1 1 iol f ; i L
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w oe ki io k d- ; iwv,,j d f Ii t '
Compa I'V liw pply li *i i
Banks, iiti t oirporttiors ,. !
firlaiCialr si-rfiCo r ( '- ii '
both triltsl' Crar -oeri ij',vtiJ


C I V C odei It d I hl s
Previous -sxper-er ie if
international barIking arrd trust
company opOIle it ionrr essent i-at,
A legal tquatificatiot. A C.IS.
or equivalent ieqicri.d, ai a
good knowled-Ige of FrenIh
would be de-ii able Aqe: 281
35. S.'l i y ,P i(irabrt if-
d eperitdini uin aqt,'
qualifications and aexpIni' ue
Be n e f i t s i n rc u de
non-contributoi y qroup life
and travel acJru( drn't tintti-an ,'
medical insurance and pension
plan. Qualified candidates
invited fto submit wrsitten
resumes of educational
background, (.'ii.t ,i .,_, ,.- atna
experience to World l'i-r..
Corporation Limited, P o
Box N-100, Nassau.


HELP WANTED


BY

PHONE

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C13446
SPORTSFISHERMAN boat
captainr. Must have 5 years
experience with diesel ergines.
Permanent position. Give full
waforniation: R''," ini P 0.
Box N7776, Nassau


HANDYMAN (experinced inr
S I u m i n it e l t r i c a I ,
air. L !;dii u!ing, car entry)
p e e a b v iv 1 1 own
-,1 sploitutor.' Please reply to
Love Beach C ubs Ltd.
Treephotnie / 8421 to 2.

C13558
vVAN1 TED. ',ile Bahamianr
f.abou r rcomnbination yardtmai
a'ld .'- it t t l.epp foti `r
ive jr qi uirds .rid serve
as jar fitoi of lirge t rth lirg, 5
days p' *-ieek.
Please -'.vii B x, N8154, listing
previi us e x ei'ni Ll Pe ali


C13520
EXPERIENCED diver for
shows and upkeep. Apply
'Manager, Seafloor Aquarium
or phone 3-6896 for
appointment.

C13518
SECCREARNY noodod foi Law

oRpfi i- ,' ,1 j|l phr b Of
Cor'ina y wai k. Icol p.) at ern
Cc: pi t5 o span ies, i etui !i s,
Si-,it a- otr PI.,,p 1 piv to
Bo> N-43/V5 Nassau.

1 '7 OPINION

i la s a ; : Iin n r ; e d lt te *. *p t_ l ig f o i

tii .gh Scthi,)i tl col ,Il .o I ia t
gradnuite prel' red withlI i. ,-
, h 11r f .r d tvpiiriiq skills

hI Ib il. Intel iist d a-p.p- !iiit.


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Telephoner


HELP WANTED


C 13567
GL PJ2-N .-idustrial Group
requires for its banking
subsidiary well qualified
banker. Applicant must possess
minimum 10 years overall and
international banking
ex perienc e. Thorough
knowledge of German Bankina
System and fluency in German
larnguae are required. Please
apply in writing c.o Box
N8193, Nassau, Bahatas.

C 13b84
MATURE womran to (are fur
house and young baby. Phone
2-1040 (9:00 5:30) ask fto
Mrs. D. Knowles.

C13586
Experienced sales pei oins to
so l 'ii'lne appliances, working
'itL! I 1 part-time. Good
cLnotiii ,ion paid. Call 3-4351
ui write P. 0. Box -N 901?.


HANDYMAN iequi ed oi
diggiitng a d dCiilling holes tor
window grills arid iailincts, disn
cleaiig, chipping arid painting
inen work etc. Salary starts at
$50 noe week for 44 hour
werk. RUSSELL'S WROUGHT
IRON ,.'. telephone
2-4431

(:13595
REP I IIP RE 'LI rg ntl ,, full time-
ICl t '-ttatr' sriu itin tr. Applicani
saholtd have i it It-a-t five yearr s
'.-' rC ie!;,3 in land and
rit i-stir ted property sales arin
hJotld he fully expe, ionIed i,
ticrisi na a n d 0co ntI ac t
p I epa t ion-- Succe ssf tul
candidate wilt be considered
ion pi'toll t 1in to the post O f
-. :.. );- ow h'-dg.
, ; rai -.gi'.ti 'tmo I and staff
ti gi, iq ",ill I an advanL tagei
PlIa-,e i'.rit P ( BoH x N-3229
Nassa:, v th full r'esutime
Mat;n, t ,ks wtui yulj Ki nd ,oi
pf fnmp, attention.


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ANTENNAS
island Tv 2-2618
I'LITOMOTIVF
Lucas Batteries
Pay Street Garage 2-2434
BODY BUILDING
\ ..,;q's irbe'C Club
5-4506
BOOKSTORE
Th- Christian Rook Sh-r
5-8744
BUILDERS
Rich -d C onsfructi-n 5-7080(
E' :.rESS FORMS

P int-rs 2-4267/5-4011
CAVIFRAS
hi E II 2- 252/3

CARPETS
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993

DRAPERIES
L CCrpe: ': -r ft 3-1993

DRUGS &
PI- FESC RIPT IONS
McCartney's 5-6068/5-2127
ENTERTAINMENT
Movies I
i-i &a Er-ip. Service 2-2157
GAFOEP'N & PET
SUPPLIES
.Modrdrnistic Garden
& Pet 28-68
Nassau Garden & Pet
Montrose Avenue 2-4259

HARDWARE
John S. Georqe 2-8421/6
WRECKER SERVICE
Gibson Wrecker
Service
2-8896


HOUSE PLANS
Evangelos G. Zervos 2-2633
LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING
New Oriental Laundry
2-4406
LOCKSMITH
Bahamas Lock & Key
2-4591 ext. C147
MEN'S & BOY'S WEAR
The Wardobe 5-5599


MEN'S
IVIbN S
Fashionetti

MUS;


2 76/7


Cody's Recort ? 3500

OPTICIANS
Optical Service Ltd. 2-3910/1

PRINTING
Wong's Printing 5-4506
Executive
Printers 2-4267/5-4011

RADIO & T.V. SALES
Carter's Records 2-47' 1
RUBBER STAMPS
Wong's Rubber Stamp
Co. 5-4506
SPORTS GOODS
Champion Spurt Lend 2-1862
TRAVEL
Playtours 2 293!/7
R.H.Curry & Co..
2-8681/7
TRUCKING SERVICE
Gonzalez Trucking
3-1562/2-4726
WATER CONDITIONING
Bah. Water Refining
3-4351
Miracle Water


WINDOW/DOOR REPAIRS 3.435t
Window & Door Specialists 5-4460

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TRADE SERVICES TRADE SERVICES]

C13391 C13503
er 2 DECALS, Bumper Stickers,
po ste rs, quantity signs,
Smrtier CU6& ,,. quantity printing on plastic
I ft. work, metal paper, fabrics etc.

rok ae t ARAWAK ART. Phone
''2-3709, Montrose Avenue.


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
CONTACT L1r'1,I PINLER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE:2-3795, 2-3796
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 7-7434
FREE ESTIMATES
C13498
FOR your building needs and
CRANE hire see:
ISLAND BUILDERS
LIMITED P. 0. Box
N-4559 Phone 31671 31672


I REAL ESTATE
C6676
THREE 14-f'- F.ir NTS
ON THE BEACH
Two apartments and onei
Pen t house, h a i f Ily
f furnished all tw(
Bedroom/two bath, duty paid,
recorded, ieady Ifo immediate
transfer. $35,000 To ~S8,1000
cash iIet to seile, D'Fnimil
Riviera Towers 373-1902.


S HELP WANTED

C6685
GARDENER
Applicant should have some
background in gardening and
be experienced in knowing the
various plants and the use of
pesticide and insectide
Individual should also be
prepared to work each work
day.
Apply to: Colonial Research
Institute, East Atlantic Drive P.
O0 Box F-40, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C6692

LINEMAN ELECTRICIAN
holding recognized certificates
eg. City and Guilds, with
rmllinmum of ten years
experience of construction.
operation and maintenance of
electrical distribution
equipment arid systems at
voltages up to 15 KV.
Experience in the wiring of
buildings and inspection of
such ri .t iijlr ., ', also required.
Applicants must b' capable otf
taking charge of a vehicle with
its cIew and be able to
under stand, lead and wr te
English. Ref- eit i' required
attesting to training,
experience and ability iln the
above fields and to chataditei.
Bahamianis onl'y, please apply
inll own han dwi itin to
Electical Utilities iCompaniy,
Ltd.. P. 0 Box F-170,
F Ieeaort.

C6691
Bahanmia Nuis-riiv reqiIunes 10
GAI- 1 I il -') Job iInvolve'
the maintenance of landsape
projects, general niie'ry wo:k
and ability to follow wi tteni
,,.,t nii, i,, Must be able to
operate lawn mowels, edges
and la m t acito, Pr evious
experience it sa(n or related
area desired. Clean Police
Record and good charartei
references required.
Interested applicants apply to
Personnel Offic e, King's Inn &
Golf Club, P. 0. Box F-207,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C6699
FOREMAN Individual
should be able to use fertilizers
and other chemicals and
maintain growth of plants.
Should also be familiar with all
types of plant material and be
able to prune and tiim. The
applicant will be responsible
for supervising a group of men
and keeping an accurate
account of their working
hours.
GOLF COURSE EQUIPMENT
MECHANIC Individual must
have several vears experience
with most model n turf
equipment. Must be able to
repair and rebuild all types of
diesel arid gasoline engines.
Capable of order rng and sto'i ng
necessary repair parts for over
'75 different pieces of turf
'equipment. Responsible for
-hydraulics of Jacobsens
Greensking arid F-10.
SIndividual will be responsible
for constant upkeep and
-workability of over $175,000
- worth of specialized
equipment.
Apply to: The Grand Bahama
Development Co., Ltd.
Personnel Dept. Lucayan
Building, P. O. Box F-2666,.
Freeport, Grand Bahama-


C13390
T.V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes,
apartments and hotels
SALES AND SERVICES
Call 5-9404
WORLD OR MUSIC,
Mackey Street
next to Frank's Place.

C13573
WINDOW & DOOR
SPECIALISTS
We repair all types of
aluminum windows, sliding
glass doors, ail types of screens,
awning windows, Jalousie
windows, and doors, Phone
54460.


C 13443
SEWING MACHINE
PARTS AND REPAIRS
Island Furniture Co.
P. 0. Box N-4818,
NassauDowdeswell and
Christie Streets
Telephone 21197, 23152


HELP WANTED

C6686
Live-in MAID/COOK,
References required.
Write Atol Ltd., P. 0. Box
F-170, Freeport.


C6695

ENGINEMAN Applicant
assist in the overhauling and
repairs of engines. Should have
had practical experience
working with diesel engines in
a power station or on ships.
DOCK SUPERINTENDENT -
Extensive experience required
in port operations,
com munications, security,
Harbour traffic, docking and
use of meteorological and
oceanographic instruments.
Merchant marine or navy
experience or equivalent
required. Rotating shifts and
night work involved.

WAREHO USEKEEPER/
GANGLEADER-
Responsible for operation of
the entire warehouse. Must
know warehousing practices
for proper receipt, storage and
release of cargo. Required to
organize and direct work of
gangs.

SURVEY DRAUGHTSMAN -
Must be fully qualified to make
drawings and sketches and to
maintain full records of
drawings, blueprints, etc., of all
work involved in extensive
operations. Previous experience
in this type of work essential.
TECHNICIAN Applicant
m'ist ver ify that service
installations conform to
Company standards and
electric code; survey
Company's electric facilities to
deter mine if facilities are
adequate to serve customers;
keep accurate records, make
sketches, prepare work orders,
read drawings and prints,
operate underground cable
detector, give contractors
location of Company's
underground electric facilities,
investigate customer service
complaints.
STEVEDORE/FOREMAN -
Must have ability to supervise
several gangs in loading and
unloading vessels, including
fragile and dangerous cargo.
Requires extensive experience
in work and allocating men;
knowledge of rigging, wire rope
and derricks. Must know
thoroughly work of Winchman,
Hatchway men and Crane
Operators.
WINCHMAN &
GANGLEADER x- Required
substantial experience as
Winchman/ Crane Operator
and proven ability to operate
machinery efficiently and
safely Must know derrick
rigging. Prior experience as
seaman or slevedore involved.

DATA RECORDING
SUPERVISOR Must be able
to operate and supervise and
train operators of Data
Recorder arid to operate IBM
System 3, Model 10 Computer.
Good educations background a
must. Needs General
Accounting knowledge of
payables, receivables, payrolls,
cash, general ledgers and utility
procedures.


PARTY CHIEF/SURVEYOR
- Must be qualified to
supervise surveys of property,
roacs, rights of way, etc. and
,o oversee maintenance of
roadways, including
determination of work to be
done.
Apply to: Personnel
Department, Grand Bahama
Port Authority, Limited P. 0.
Box F-2606 or 30C Kiping
Building, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


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C6700
STANDARD PLUMBING
COMPANY (FREEPORT)
LIMITED requires:
REFRIGERATION &
AIR CONDITIONING
TECHNICIAN Minimum 5
years experience. Applicant
should be capable to design.
estimate, service domestic,
commercial and industrial
air-conditioning units, also
REFRIGERATION &
AI R-CONDITIONING
MECHANIC Must be able to
repair, install and trouble-shoot
all types of refrigeration and
air-conditioning equipment.
PLUMBER/SALESMAN
With a minimum of five (5)
years experience. References
required.Apply in writing only
to: Standard Plumbing
Company (Freeport) Limited,
P. 0. Box F-2460 Freeport.


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C6698
ENGINEER/MECHANIC
Must have a good knowledge of
engineering and necessary
experience to maintain and
repair automobiles, forklifts
and marine gasoline and diesel
engines. Must be able to read
technical drawings so as to
select any spare parts required.
Should have an adequate
knowledge of electronics and
be able to maintain an electric
forklift truck, carry out simple
repairs to electric installations
and maintain and/or repair
electronic Aids to Navigation.
Please apply to: Personnel
Department, Grand Bahama
Port Authority, Limited, P. 0.
Box F-2666 or 30C Kipling
Building, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C6694
1 -- REFRIGERATION I
TECHNICIAN:- Experienced
in pulling down and general
servicing of Ice Machines and
Coolers. General knowledge of
air-conditioning machinery. At
least three (3) years
experience. Police Certificate,
Health Certificate and three
references required.
Applicants should apply in
person to: The Personnel
Department, Bahamas
Amusements Limited El
Casino, International Bazaar P.
0. Box F-787, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C6689

GA RDENER: Previous
experience necessary. All
duties related to Nursery work
and outside maintenance. Must
be willing to do heavy manual
labour, grave digging, etc.,
Work outdoors in all kinds of
weather. Also must possess
valid driver's licence.
Apply: Lucaya Nursery &
Landscaping, Forest Ave., &
Yellow Pine St., P. 0. Box
F-252, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C6688
NIGHT STEWARD: One (1)
Night Steward. Must be able to
take charge of cleaning entire
kitchen from midnight to 8:00
a.m.. Must have at least two
years experience as night
steward. .Must be- willing to
work long hours if necessary.
Must keep garbage areas clean.
For the above please apply to
the Personnel Department,
Holiday Inn of Lucayan Beach,
P. 0. Box F-760, Freeport,
Grand Bahama, Phone
373-1333, Ext. 28.

C6701
Bi-Lingual Office Manageress
required. Ability to draft own
correspondence and translate
Scandinavian documents
essential. Especially
documents relating to shipping.
Salary negotiable.
Reply to Mercantile Group
Inc., P. 0. Box F-456,
Freeport.


We, the family of the lat,-
CLARENCE ELMORE SMI I
who slipped from us -t ith-
beckoning call of the Aliqnhtv
Father on the 27th day *i
January, 1974 would lilk, t
extend our sincere apple i
to Dis. Bethel. ( nul-i-in I
Rolle, the entire staff of the
P.M. Hospit.iI, Ca("io
Collingwood Cooipeii F
Dudley Strachan. Membrcis, al
Organist of St. G ,o gi. -'
Church, Mi and Mrs. R.ileigh I
Butler and all those f iends ;i
relatives who gave so fuelly if
their comforting iippo)i t,
expressions of sympa-ihy aind
floral arrangements r i-
bereavement.
"Those who loved him lost 'I
much at his passing lye-t qait'-i-!
so much from his 1lvilyg"
THIlE FAMILY


"How do I tell my secretary to get to work -
the boss she's kidding around with?"


when it's


The Tribune Comics Page


WE BETTER BURN
TH~4S TREE BEFORE
YOUR POP SEES


MY CHERRYTREE -- WHERE'S
MY FAVORITE"
/1 yt CHERRYTREE?


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HELP WANTED
C6683
1-SOUS CHEF: Minimum of
three (3) years experience in
first class hotels or l esteaurants
in preparation of Gourmet
Cuisine. Must be able to relieve
chef anytime. Good references
and Police Certificate required.
1-STAGE & STUDIO
EL E C T R I C I A N
(THEATRICAL ENGINEER):
At least three (3) years
experience in operating
theatrical lighting and sound
equipment for professional
shows. Good references and
iPolice Certificate required.
IApplicants silould apply in
person to: The Pel s.it ,.-I
Department, Bahamas
Amusements Limited, El
Casino.International Bazaar. P.
0. Box F-787, Freepoit, Giandi
Bahama.
C6693


i


|I 11m l.1


LINEMAN CABLE
JOINTER with minimum of
ten years experi ience of
construction, operation and
maintenance of electrical
distribution equipment arid
systems at 11 --, up to 15
KV. Applicants must be
capable of taking change of a
vehicle with it', ( ew and be
able to understand, lead and
write Fnglish. Reference's
required attesting to tiamring.
experience and abhilitv in th
above fields and to character.
Bahamians only, please applv
in own i handI.vi iting to
Electrical Utilrties Co., Ltd., P.
0. Bo< F -170, Freeport.
C6690
King's iin & Golf C l. i)
requires a GOeLF TEIALHING
PROFESSINAl '0o two qol'
courses. Must be a Class A
mernbei of the U.S.A. P.G. A.
& Baharmnas! P. G.A. Should
have at least five years teaching
experience arid m ust be, a good
teacher capable of inafly uiiiq
the '...., 1" )f lt is pupils and
corre ting their faults. Will be
I espo rsihil folii Ii lnigq
progiaam of GC If Pof-', finals.
Good ieiip"ie-.,mc and clear
police ecorfd e s,,saii v.
Interested applunr t', apply to
Personnrio Off' e, Ki-u'-l Inn &
Golf Club, ;-. O. B x I 207.
Fieepoi t, Grand riBil a.j.


CARD OF THANKS
C6684





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JFieldl 6. Roman


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highway
/ Cinnamon
8 Witty person
9 Work unit
10 Pipe fitting
15 Baseball team
18. Artificial

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;4 Tramp
'5 Momentum
"'a; sin-nt
30 Eskmrio kiife
.: L fL:tront
33 Furnish
'5 New stars
J7 Spri"- f!iwpr

M9 M v quee
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CARROLL RIGHTER'S

HOROSCOPE
from the Carroll Righter Institute
SA-" GENERAL 11 \l)L\NCIrS Put some changes
S into effect quickly Tell others frankly how
they can best help you get ahead, as well as what you are
willing to do to aid their advancement
ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr 19) Get into some new outlet that
,an make your life more prosperous, interesting Handle
correspondence cleverly Avoid one who bickers
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) Be more direct with mate for
a better meeting of minds, more future happiness Pay bills
Enjoy recreation in p m
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) One who opposes you can be
quite formidable, so use the kindness treatment and make a
friend ot him or her Discuss future with associate
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Clear the decks of
work and problems for more accomplishment tomorrow Try
to please others more and gain their goodwill
LEO(July 22 to Aug 21) Enjoy amusements that make this
an enjoyable day for you, but take it easy tonight Impress
others with a special talent Find a backer
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept 22) Show devotion at home;
make it a haven of rest Ignore whatever is annoying in p mi
I ake more interest min cultural things
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct 22) Reach right decisions with
associates for more profitable ventures Check utilities for
good working order Recreation favored tonight
SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov 21) A clever businessman can
give advice you need to further your aims Ask for it Use
energies wisely to increase assets
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec 21) Take treatments to
increase self-confidence, then out to the social where you can
further your career You can make a valuable new ally this
pm
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan 20) Study every available
source for data concerning a plan Go to an adviser for ideas
on how to assist a good friend in trouble
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb 19) Contact fine friends
during day and get good results You can gain some
long desired aim tonight and feel much happier
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar 20) You can be with high-minded
officials during day who can he most helpful to your career
Enjoy relaxation in p m




THE Make You Very 'ROSS-word. The one with no numbers
and, apart from the first In each section, no order to the clues.
One hint by compiler TIM McKAY : The eight-letter word will
open a window to something that you might otherwise have
missed. Solution on Monday.


Clues Across
reiDporwary set-up (9)
Top actor. (4)
Form. (5) V% rongs. (1)
Hiof tile. ( Fish. (3)
Old no. (3)
'mall drink i ()


Rupert and the Jolly Holly-12


i:Tne excilemer* of the jr .ijfata ,t-r S outburst
Schurns iear" 'on far forward Suddenly the
or, en ipPles arid the two men swing round
,hiry' And you Rulert i cries the grand-
' "'*pr What are you doing here ?
Ma-cus glares a' the little people
.- w:h ant dngry growl he stamps from the
S Te .if,, smiles and beckons


Rupert and Mary to his chair You must have
overheard everything," he says. Today I feel
I can defy that wily cousin of mine. In fact.
I m happier now than I've been for weeks."
It must be the Jolly Holly that's cheered you
up says Rupert And soon Mary's grand-
father has heard the little bear's surprising
story


Rupert and the Jolly Holly-13


Thanks to the Jolly Holly Mary's grandfather
ns now ir a happy mood and promises the
little grl the best Chr.stmas yet When Mary
leaves the house with Rupert her eyes are
'right I must start our Christmas shopping "
she says Oh I m so glad my grandfather
"as changed his mind He said I could have
a party on Christmas Day too so you and


your chums must be my guests. Rupert."
Then the two little people go their different
ways. Rupert making for home through a
patch of woodland. Suddenly he pauses by
a tree I can hear men talking." he murmurs,
But I can't see them. They must be wall
hidden."


Follows. (6)
Wall painting. (3)
Famous volcano. (. 4)
Cle'erne4s. (3)
Sailor, (3)
%lake an Investment
Involves risk. (9)


APARTMENT 3-G


that


Clues Down
Memorials. (9)
Vital juice of plants. (3)
Craftsman. (3)
It controls lock (3)
Tease, (9) shine. (6)
hoard
(6)
F I e I dn
5a n I gate
%1 o1 v e able
London Exreens alSeice.
W inndo i.
(8)
Model. (i)
C r I Ultinal 6j 5U
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London Express Service.


Winning

Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
BRILLIANT coups come up too
rarely to make much difference
to the score, but that only adds
lustre to the occasional master-
p.ece when the setting is right-
and the artist recognizes the
situation in time. Here's an
example trom the Belgium-
Lebanon match in the European
Championship at Ostend.
North
4 10
SK 8 2
0 K76
A K 10862
West East
*K854 4 J9762
9 a Q 7 4
8852 QJ93 3
&QJ753 49 U.
South W
4 A Q 3 z
tA J 10 6 5 3
SA 10 4
44
CONTRACT 7 ,: LEAD 6Q
After the 46A, the Belgian -
declarer, Louis Puttaert, ruffed
a club. Sound technique, in case
he needed to shorten hi trumps
He quickly had his reward, for
when East threw a spade, the
likelihood of a 3-1 trump break
at once became apparent
Puttaert cashed the *A,
ruffed a spade in dummy and
another club in his hand, then
his last spade in dummy. One
more club ruff, the third.
reduced his trumps to East's
level. Now came the K.
followed by the 4K.
Had East ruffed. South would
have over-rutffed and removed W
East's last trump before dis- -J
carding his losing diamond on 0
dummy's sixth club. CD
East threw a diamond and so
did South. The C.A and OK 7
came next, and with Ute lead in l
dumnny, South sat with the AJ
pol-ed over East s 'Q7.


Chess


Rupert and the Jolly Holly-14


His curiosity overcoming him, Rupert moves
softly in the direction of the voices. Then,
through a gap in the bushes, he sees the
two men. "One of them is Marcus, the grand-
father's cousin." he breathes. "Who is that
stranger he's talking to ? " The trick hasn't
worked yet, Jasper." says Cousin Marcus.
But I'll pay the old man another visit


tomorrow and bluff h:m into giving up the
house." Maybe he's guessed that statue of
yours is a fake." grunts tne man named Jasper.
" That's unlikely," retorts Marcus. How can
he prove- He stops, having heard a sound
as Rupert tries to slip away "We've been
sp ed on I" shouts Marcus.
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


White mates In three moves
against any defence (by V.
lEu2jert. Black has only onelegal
move (P--Kt3) available in the
diagram, so this puzzle should
be easy-and there are only two
lines of play. Nevertheless, yw
chess imagination is well above
average if you can work out the
solution from the diagram with.
out setting the position up on a
board.
Par times-: 1 minute, problem
master; 3 minutes. problem
expert; 10 minutes, good: 20
minutes, average; 1 hour, novice.

Chess Solution
I R-RL. I .. P-Kt3; 2
R-R4! K-Q5; 3 B-B3 mate.
If I ... K-Q5; 2 P-KS, P- Kt3;
3 R-Q1 mate


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WORK WITH.


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AREN'T YOU GOING 2 A CINCH IT'S
TO ANSWER )OUR2 50MEBOP 1
PHONE, MRR, SPARROW?)9 0?N'T WANT
I 7 - -" -TO TALK TO,
SAYING SOMETHING
P RATHER, NOT HEAR!
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[ REX MORGAN, M.D. By DAL CURTISI

_ PtOL VNT 1 R' iS -B'lT I SHOULDN'T HAVE SENT STAN'S A VERY FINE ESPECIALlY IN
---" --- TO F MOEST E LETTER 'I AT WAS A COWARD'S PERSON / HE WOULD THIS WEATHER
STAN SHOULD BE BACK W: HIM o WA OUT I SHOULD HAVE HAVE UNDERSTOOD/ HE SHOULDN'T
AFOUT SEVEN THIS EVENING ) 'T SA7 OWN ND TALKED NOW IT BOTHERS ME HAVE HIS MIND
SI'VE BEEN A NERVOUS ro TO HIM ,, THAT HE HAS THAT TROUBLED/
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JUDGE PARKER By PAUL NICHOLS

-VVELL ~R DRIVER, YOU'RE TO PHONE G7LORIA DOESN'T 7JIM, PLEASE TAKE
ABBEY, IF I STOPPED EATING MAY E YOUR OFFICE, RIGHT AWAY! / CALL ME UNLESS MISS SPENCER TO
EVERY TIME I HAD A CLIENT IN YO RE I iT'5 URGENT, OUR TABLE!
TROUBLE, I'D HAVE CARVED R T ABBEY

TIME AGO. '------


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Saturday, February 16, 1974


hPr gribtunr


THE BAHAMAS
national soccer squad is
playing two matches this
weekend in Miami against
the Florida International
University.
They're vital games in
the squad's preparation for
the Central American and
Caribbean (Games in Santo
D)omingo
And Tribune sports
writer Ivan Johnson flew
to Miami today to cover
the matches for Tribune
sports readers.
His full report will be in
the Tribune on M.onday.
There will be no BFA
soccer games tomorrow at
Clifford Park.




I ", .1 1,1 CUiP
I fifth round
ristIl it 1 Leeds I
Burnle I Atston Villa 0
(,vntr O ()P. 1'. Rangers 0
I Tcrpi.. 2 Ipswich 0
I umn o t 0 1 eicester 4
"S'uthiinpitn V Wrexham I
\e5,t Brimnsich 0 Newcastle 3
I Is t..{S AGUE
Division 1
\renal i in,,ttenham I
Ii'rhl 2 1Man:chester United 2
Shctineld Ild 0 Stoke 0
%cvt Hain 4 1 verton 3
Ies 1 Birmningham 0
Division 2
Hil kpool 2 ('ardiff I
Hultn 4 Shetfield Wed. 2
t tilhiai 2 Notts Forest 0
H ull L( i \ Middlesboro 3
\tillwaill 3 S%,indon 0
'iiiid'rli nd 2 Preston 1
Division 3
imtrnin-imuth I Shrewsbury 0
I(rimsb, 2 Southport I
lialitax 2 Bi ighton 2
1i't inr.th 2 Htuddersfield I
'atillrd 2 liesterfield I
Division 4
Dlrlinl:tmi I Colchester 0
Pett'rhnrouigh I Brentford 0
S'C- II ISII 'CUP
(i)iurterfinals
itrhrmath I Motherwellt 3
Hearts I I'atrn k Thistle 1
St I.hnstlne i Hibernian 3
Stranraer I Avr t waited 7
s CI ISt LI AGUE-
Division 1 /.
Ilumbartion I -.astI ife I
Division 2
I al St irling 0 Raitht Rovers I
"tintrise I lamnilton 0
St Mirren 3 Brechin 0
Slenhtusemrnuir 0 Kilmarnock 1
ENGLAND LOSE
(C\RDI)lFF Jean Pierre
Romeu kicked a last-minute
goal from 40 yards to give
I rance a dlo-I tie with Wales
at ('ardiit 's Arins Park
Sat urda\
Ireland beat I ngland 26-21
in a thriller in the five nations
tournament at Twickenham.

England

start well
Kl'%t i.s ON. Jamaica
IEngland were 87 for one
wicket at lunch on the first day
of the second cricket test
against the \k. Indies.
Amiss was out caught by
Kanhai at extra cover off
Barrett for 2_7.
Boycott. 45, and Jameson,
12. were the not out batsmen.
When skipper Mike Denness
won the toss there was no
question what his decision
would be The pitch, grassless
and straw-coloured was
easy-paced.


Obed




barrage




stops




Spencer


Elisha Obed grimaces after right from Spencer

ELISHA BATTERS JAMAICAN TO THIRD ROUND DEFEAT


JAMAICA'S number
one middleweight
contender Windell
Spencer gave a great
account of himself last
night.
It was just unfortunate
that he was matched against
Bahamas' undefeated
welterweight champ Elisha
Obed.
Obed's left jabs spiced with
bolting rights culminated in
his 43rd consecutive victor'
when two minutes and 30
seconds into the third round
referee George Wilmore
stopped the bout-
'Obed is topr.-.ikn more
and more every day.
explained manager Mike
Dundee. "'l don't have to go
around talking about him
because he speaks for himself
in the ring Mike's father Mr
Chris Dundee. is Obed s
advisor-
Sparked into action
having been caught with a
sharp left to the jaw. Obed
centred his attack around
Spencer's left eye which was
left swollen and near shut.
Spencer just could not get
out of the way of Obed's
continuous flow of left jabs
in the second round. I'he
SJamaican showed his worth in
S the opening moments of the
third when he matched Obed
S with punches.
It was a one-two
On his way down: Wendell Spencer sags after being combination that spelt the
caught with a solid left.

Charles leads St. John's drive


A FOUL LADENED St.
John's College overcame their
opening game setback and
sparked by a 25-point
performance from guard
Charles Albury stifled
Government High School
68-59 yesterday notching
their portion of the
inter-scholastic senior boys
basketball playoffs at one
game each.
G.H.S. took the first game
Thursday 51-40. Both teams
meet in the decider Monday
afternoon 4 o'clock at the C.
I. Gibson Gym. The winner
of that game play Aquinas
Aces Wednesday in the first
game of the championship
finals.
Teaming up with his
brother centre Andrew
Albury, Carl scored 10 in the
first quarter which saw St.
John's in control 22-14.
Andrew added six.
Outscored 11-10 in the
second quarter, St. John's
took it back in the third
maintaining a 47-37 lead
going into the finale.
Charles in the fourth
quarter scored seven of nine
from the line and Phillip


Turner and Dexter Rolle
added five each stopping any
attack G.H.S. could muster.
Andrew who captains St.
John's figured that their
controlling the rebounds
which they converted into an
effective fast break was the
key factor in yesterday's
game. Moreover, they shot a
better field goal percentage.
Although he sees St. John's
chances of topping G.H.S.
next week as being 99
percent, Andrew respects
G.H.S. and is well prepared
in case their opponents gather
new strength.
Headmaster Father Dudley
Strachan who took over the
coaching duties after the
second half when head coach
Cleve Rodgers had to leave,
attributed their success to
Rodgers' dedication.
ST. JOHN'S


A. Albury
Miller
Turner
Rolle
Cartwright
C. Albury
Marshall
Taylor
Barr


ft
0-1
0-0
5-7
2-10
2-4
0-0
02
0-0


GOVtRNMENT itl(tlH
Cleare 9 3-15 5 2
C. Albury 2 0-2 5
Symonette 6 2-3 3 1
l)avis 2 0-0 3
Parrot 4 1-4 2
Burrows 2 1-1 5
Miller 0 0-0 1
Playing just their second
time around in the
inter-scholastic series,
Sweeting High commanded a
competent seven and three
fourth place record before
finally bowing out gracefully
yesterday to the undefeated
Aquinas College Aces.
"Very satisfying," was the
way coach Peter Thompson
put it. "The boys really
worked for me. I am really


proud of them. They worked
hard all season." C. C. in their
debut last season won only
three games.
Trailing 36-28 going into
the fourth quarter of the
second round of the semi
finals of the championship
playoffs, Sweeting High
within the first three minutes
closed the gap to four points:
offset an Aquinas 10-point
attack and were on their way
again only to reach five
points behind 50-45 at the
sound of the buzzer.
Six-foot-three centre
Grathon Robbins who came
in midway in the first quarter
teamed up with forward
Reggie Forbes and guard
Barry "Mossah" Smith in
setting the Aces' foundation.
Sterling Evans in an
outstanding game came into
the attack for C. C. chipping
in four quick points going
into the third quarter. Team
captain Kevin Rolle who
showed remarkable strength
on the boards added five
more as the Aces were
outscored 11-7 in that period.
Evan Aquinas' coach Gerry
Harper was pleased with
Sweeting High's performance.
He commented that they
played well and gave the Aves
perhaps their toughest match
of the season.









BOBY LOY


Pictures: VINCENT VAUGHAN
Words: GLADSTONE THURSTON


end for Spencer le lung on -lie haua i
to Obed for recovery. but he does'
Breaking on the cominand bhalance w"
Obed unleashed a volle of manager Dere
punches knocking Spencer to Obed's perform
the canvas for the nimandatorv he throws his
count balance at all
"I asked him it he wanted Spencer ne
to continue and he told me Rovay l c fo
no." said referee Wilmore middleweight
Sitting in the dressing
room nursing a swollen eve r Ob
Spencer vowed that he will worked out J
take Obed in the event of a wanted it to.
return bout. I want to get expecting a lit
him as early as possible" said Anybody
Spencer I know- I can beat everybody car
him with ease." Spencer said that laIst
claimed that he was thumbed of his easiest t
in the second round "Obed wasa

Sue goes throu
UNSEEDED Sue Sargent, much improved
after a hard series of practice matches, upset
fourth seeded Diane Nguyen 3-2 in the first
round of the ladies division of the Nassau
Squash Championship.
She then went on to top Gerry Wong 3-0 to
gain a semi-final position.
In the men's division, eighth seeded Alan
Bates and Grahame Garner had their one and a
half hour match suspended due to time. Bates
at that time led 2-1. The quarter final places


go(td right hand
not h.vC ano
as the way
ck Dawkins saw
rlm alce ', !'. [.
right he is off

N-t o'nth meets
r Itie Jamaica
title.
d: "Things
Just the way I
he said "I was
tie harder fight.
can talk but
't light Obed
nights was one
terits o
ternlic tonight.


fie took some good hard
punches and showed that he
has plenty of heart,"
commented trainer Moe
Fleischer. The ring veteran
has been around for over 50
Sears and had the
opportunity to work with
many champions. "I wouldn't
waste my time. This is the
only kid I'll work with in the
corner."
On doctors, orders.
Fleischer is not supposed to
work any more corners. "But
I'm sacrificing my life with
this boy because I know he's
going to make it."
Obed's next ring
appearance will be on the
26th of this month in the
Miami Beach Auditorium
against ranked Arizona
middleweight Vincente
Medina.


gh to semi-final
have been secured by the top seven seeds.
David Thurlow came very close to a major
upset against sixth seed Eric Wilkinson.
Thurlow led 2-0 at one stage and even after a
fine recovery by Wilkinson levelled the games
at two all.

Thurlow had a good 6-1 lead in the final
game but the last three points he needed for
the match eluded him and Wilkinson came
through to take his quarter final place.


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