<%BANNER%>
The Tribune.
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00084249/03733
 Material Information
Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
Added title page title: Nassau tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
 Subjects
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
 Notes
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 79, no. 210 (Aug. 3, 1983); title from caption.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 09994850
oclc - 9994850
System ID: UF00084249:03733

Full Text








I3 DUDLEY'S
COR. ROSETTA ST. & MT. ROYAL AVE.
NEW 1974 MODELS
"THE VERY B..."
ARRIVING SOON!


hIP


Cl~ribunu


Regmered wkh Postmaster of Bahamas for postage concoulons wRhin the Bahamas) NR88au and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


VOL. LXXI, No. 79 Monday, February 25, 1974 Price: 20 Cents


Abaco takes AIM


And reporter Nicki Kelly sees signs of stage

management from wealthy outsiders


IBACO INDEPENDEnC, MOVEMENT



74 NATIO LC MENTION









%Mr (harles (Chuck" Hall (lct lt unIt itii f .ti l li ader ,)f1 I'. it ,
)f!'iciall, % clectted chaiirm ao < (1 the \ % ar lil ,h)iiTl i/!, [i,.:i I I
ttttiimliinoid Jg stick e rigt) i a itivvtiu tiusimt'.stiti t '.i t iiti, ,t thi"
tirer guest vpet'kfrs


I11 1:1I)(;I ING(; Abaco) Independence Movement (AIM)
held its in ii, convietioni Satiuday at Mash Ilarhboi. Ahaci, but
siilp)i isindy. (\il\ tone Abaconian a black 'n:in! \\as picpared
to speak
Ihe tild otf 111the contlentiloni lelt this 1 eporteC with only one
iinpiC".sioil 'hat it Abaconians \vail sclt -dceteimin.tion and
home rule loi the island, there are wealth\ outside interests who


want it cCieven more.
I lie piini ipal spleakcr at the
cotnvit'citlt i a\',s i )r Jihn
I los rs, he11ad of the lC I ;ni ersiit
of ( alit rnia s Scihool ol
Philt"o phl 1 an1d lead ing
ex pi (icn c t I tt I ierlatia nisi i
li iiso ti i latc t'ls t ani
;.a -d sotcittt\ t!i n tii Ht"t hut i 5



the lights of the individual
I i. i' r i ., t first m ade
,i tell on the \inerican
politicall scene itn 197 when
Dr llospirs became the third
poitrl t caJi lati e in the I'.S
ltc-idcni tinit cdctlioc
fhc ntitiet.'ce of libertarian
thinking \cr\ evident in
I \1' 1:f rLcedoial Proposals."
', which 'Acre ci:culiated Ito
dcetgates in tlie, loii of 17


P/ittt) hi 1 ia i /Pti it)r Studti

in d i d a bo u n
gold -,'ibossed (olinumes, one
to eaitchi o the Ahaco
"Nl t lelne Tit
1.llUI R] APIA \ ISM
In c'sec ie t'C li h tartanismn
bellies lhiat each individual
has thc right to exercise sole
dominion over his own life,


The flag of the
proposed Abaco nation
was unveiled at the first
convention of AIM. It
features a red and white
lighthouse, symbolic of
the beacon of freedom,
radiating black and white
rays of light representing
the population of Abaco.
The beacon is silhouetted
against a blue sky with a
circle of gold and green.
and has the right to live his life
in whatever niaminer he
chooses, soi long as lie does inot
Iloribl interlcre with the
equal rights of others to live
their lives in whatever manner
they choose
Abaco's efforts to remain
British after independence


ge tnerated ireInendous interest
and simpath) world-wide. At
that time much of tilhe
publicity centre around the
weapons build-up at the island
Prinimentls mentioned in
Con)netLionn with the activities
of the I ree Abaco C(ouncil was
arms dealer Mitchell Werbell
Mr. Werbell appears to have
now faded from the scene to
be replaced by the Libertarian
movement. who see in a
self-governing Abaco the means
for realistically applying their
philosophical theories.
lihe AIM convention was
scheduled to begin 8 a.m.
Saturday at the local theatre in
Marsh Harbour It did not in
fact begin until 10.40 a.rm. and


there were only 40 people
present At least a half-dozen
of these were American visitors
one of them from as far
away as Alaska, where he is a
member of the Alaska
iilde pendence m movement.
The others are potential
investors who wanted to
personally si/e up the situation
at Abaco.
WELL ORGANIZED
Although the initial turnout
was small, increasing to about
1210 for the afternoon session,
the convention was
professionally organized and
handled.
The theatre itself was
decorated with hunting, with
Page 8, Col. 7


SIGNING( of iithe ntI t woi sar
hotels contract will he Iiladi totlorrowt \
,.it tic Ministry of Ldxitur.
ihe iove follows :1i it'iine' !.tt
nlgill Ill which member' at of tih' aHotel
Union c0 o rwh'lniingly rntitfd the
draft agreccllent.
The contract is hack-daled tio leco'n,
effective Janutiaiy 7. linal details in tihe
wording of the oaimal diK.'uenl ac tmet wIc worked
out Friday, six days after Hotel I lnpalo 0'is
Association and Ilotel IUnion i t ii ,l ,it1 tors
hain eit red outil tentative artee ntiietii t lihead tof
probable stnke actitonii
1 lie ag eeI llent was leachti in ,i Jl ii
practically noin-stop tlilks it the iassiti B .t iL
Hotel afttci nine Cweeks ol thisicuissioii piodti.d
littlic irogre.ss.
Ihe tess ctintrilct ic'luidC's atitaIa late, l l i I
the sliding scatleCs of vaalation al sick l e.ik c 'it
nummiiiium wages, amid gives wotrkcis ht' bt'ien
of guaranteed tippling l n lilAl l i and be' l iir
checks
Increases iI th Iiiimriii i ( wa-'es .pabSit lc I-
emlilyees in tlhe 73 categories co7i-cil Ib\ [lI
contract's pa section range timll five it,
dollars a week.
Actual cross the it'iarid incie.ast'e agi s''cd to
ianged from S4 to s),t( lm iid i\iai' l jtis ti,'i
introduceCt .i .ian eititrICls nit tiC limits til,) >1l
Iihe c t()itract was t)nle c'\elilug L,'r.a tiliitits
I tihe emplo)yes have agreed to i .i ;, .
contractual i ol li'iati the c i int I '.i. .
oft levying blanket gl tilt llict's ti1l :ill i A It !
groups of gLivIue s. such as 'i\ n ti'tI I
promotion groups
"Whilst the .1i1moi tiiil tI such hliink I
gratuitics will \a lioun li ttlel t' liatel.' hii
contract states,. "ecih propteilrt \will i n c.Itihi ak ii
to obtain not less i hai 50 cc'nt pi ei i l ,i
respect ot the Hlousekeeping IDkpail inilt
And., with eCtIcl tiom Apill \A I ilis \,'.r
the of1ical endnlLg 01t ihe \\iileI season. sNC:.i
charges will be appllcd Ito guest La i' ic ks I ,k,,1
charge, aiind bull clicks \will Ib sIibleh t i .1
iten per) cen sCeiiN e 1 cl.iigeC Bh'.ige e ge Ii!s \i l'
have a ten p c ntiii str\ice cht.u ge .i' i .'i le
then.
'The gratulties collcc ted lroni tio i lict ks
will be distributedtl along caipta1,ins. licslcsSc',
waiters, waitresses, buisbtI s an. l blut ik 1ls w Itle II


PI IFROI I M I \i arkeling.
Supplies towner-t ope'iialo Jotin
Baldwin i today stlongl.\
criticisedtl and refuted
allegations mide S.iatiuitly ti
the Bahainas I censed \Weldcis
Associtalion iIn coniiectlio1n with
welding wosiik on I lie newS
1mi1llion gallon wa .ile storage
tank at Blue Hills
The BIl WA 1 on Saturday)
claimed that although the
Association was-is largely.
responsible foi (i tiamining oft




DECORATIONS

SNASSAUl FREPORT
NASSAU FREEPORT


;!itnse trni bair Ich.I ks .sll to in bi 1r ciptAint1
-itctiltl c' t w attiterk. s ,\ li''s-i's aiit li'ush, is
I ti i hci wiall tlsticis w e titacic ih tie'
S cnit .Ict si is cnI st s ti\m i ti d itn peIi( I dt s I t
; 1, t I A M, I I 1 d 11 d the u i In!, )Is i-hIk d"t k )I
iii Ii )!IhOwli
Iche nulW r I, paid publh 1 ldia\1 ha
'een inicreased h t w w illh tihe l dtdion i ;
independence I)a\ Wlil \lMndai\ and A:ii uqit
11lt .iA ,ndl ilh' dI cl ftIon o l he ( .) iet'ni,
SHi .thda .
S'it k tliA e ,. al. i ell iicitalt tte t
rh ; d Ifd f 1rOVidld tot It d
a li i ii nt l hs t i i t n. t ilt dai aft i
A .i C S' i i W -. 'il ;i i lt t' i n I % i Ci I .




h e Ic' o \ .l !'i I -ti h.il l ', 1 l c ; i cl l 1, l






utt .' i '' to\-h I i id \ I \ ,iit i ai i c'
'cti v1 ,: c: l lt i Il tw lltvi i,

I .i I lt l, it 'h \ )li. i i




Pt ,i itil l In ill, 'tltl ii i !tA% ,c
C ii- 1 t:[ill i ll l k c illl i1I l, 1i .ii i ul l u ,t




\- A [._ atu11* 1








and!,t I r i.H o \ ".I. ,C ) \1 1\ ["' l II",L !m I ll ia d



w ii 1)" 1 1 r il l I
n,,\m bI!i),.A t1)+Jt1c1 b h,
b e ni h l :!lt lt" o n i h I n\ i nt~ n o< o'i i n ~ c .


Halhaill tini \y ut hl> r \ss,'. i'il ii ,t
in C in i' I s I c be i' l
"'ove ilookcd' bI (ii inniienit'
w lien il nnC tit i. w *,> li
( itov cinmlll t ctqlli.l Is
I1 htcu ii ch 'd t pi il illi
that Mr Htildtiin coimpan i
get the conilrai! 1oi the h HBlu
Hills proicci wilhouti thile work
bi'ling put out lo tended, and
that \tr IBaldwini. \\ho the\
s,,. ld I \\as a nati\c oi Stloiii
Doiiingo,. )Doiiinca Rcpubhl.
im uediatel\ suib-contrajcted
to Ca('nute Mlo:,': .1 Ja aiI canlc I
M\r Baldw ii tpoinulcd ol
toda\ thlat mi lthe lIisl place lit'
did not glt his cont~a l from
(;tO t'llltii i' l,h bul limtll Calion
I I aitidt. hiC' to)l l! ilt dloi thl v l p it -. I
lit aId.ition it was said a
C'amon tepg e eiti ll on ti
incestigalisng found l i t
local fillns capable ol doing t lit


i ll ilJwl n t on li I' Il l
!li t Ilc ldi iii, ijutisii' .
.i,, c lIi ist im u ti' td i ituitt
w1 lC 'is \\ ol kin! ,i l lhu sitl
liBii lt lie n ide il not l i, lack oli i 'n t I'
I1 .I id t o ilk't I cl i.,'\i
\h 11ct" nCIl Cd h uC ha b 'l )
i t -idJ lht ic ., i i I it I

Ip e IdstC1 l \ iah.i tli t Ic i lliul .ic
thI ( R \\ alke l hmical
I kIich w ld1ng tIId t i,,k cd lhIn
\hi l h't10 i lJ t M I C n1 1 1 j l it l J I
ttin le ( R W\alker clissc
*\ cic aiaa ljli bi
\i \illiiiu Mi Baldw in
l li I h ie I ribunc. replied thtal
all ,t hlis graduates wetei
"cu ilillcd ito (lhicago Bridge
Pigie 8 Col 7


I1 I


Hotels:


*


Sl


g


A planning session was held Friday to iron out the final
details for the opening of the college e of the Bahamas in
September, 1974 .
The admi,iistratilon of tlie ( llege ill operate front, the
Ministry of Education and ('Culture on Shirles Street and
will embrace the Bahlamas I'eachcr s College both here and
San Salvador, thlie C R. Walker TIcchnical College and uppel
forms in tlie (Government II 'ih School.
A\ permanent site tiir the ( College camtipusL has been
elected ;it Oakes Field
Pictured above during the session, from left to right, are
Dr. John Knowles, President-designate tfor College of the
Bui mana Miss I dna Riius'll. sCerlt educiat ional oat cer.
tiitliic! education: Mis % i\ l)uniii ni, deputy director tlot
\linist i ot f t ducatimon I nl CiiliIti '. Mrs. Stsan Wallace.
.assistant director, flnIill'he; C'ducai( I. M I (lturth \rcher.
dlirctoi M minister of I h atl,ili,,n tiln (Iullii re. Mli \ (' \lr Baltron Bethel il iiuinic'nt Scccltar\ Dr D lcnsn
\leakin Director l \ilimissis. Simon I rasier tInivesLit\.
V\'ancouv\cer. and Mlrs V ln.i l hloiipsoni. edutil on officer.
planni ing



NURSE TELLS


HOW DREAM


WAS WRECKED


\\ 1 \(;1IMI SI \11
-il ', iiid 'ci! i ti t" t v hi rl i cd

N! c 1 t I t I i si sil\ -' t ii'tt
1 lt sheI chii'a ed in Ii h i
deposliion which wi as itttn il
t! I m1 ii'sti i I et k t i l h I I
nlntt iun that lier idea did nolt
tmilt n. list aic tuisc slie' w ias
ie iitiuded bi\ tiugitI\c SciisI
R u ad ati ou tailm nt I liI hli
'Hl igh 1 lcop ld I'ind,'t
\\.H : ed in thek I K ;.n I
>; i ts olt stealing., tr.idulcetl
ati s.lii dind ,a chargt'e o thigtil .
IPlndeI i e I ipeaiced in coir I
g.i \ thi. morning lor a
co iii iiii ti on of l extIaditilon
IiocelediIngs belotic Chticl
\aglsitlItC Wlill, nI lertc'-ilc
Buti t its moll i iiCng. theI
Jdet'ncet,\`,i i ClpIsent dl in lull
er) i i iic
Present lung the reading ofl
deposti ions bh atlltrne Keatli
Dl)uncol'inbc, piroscul ting for the
Brimtsh GC(eIo\c mninent, was
attorinet Hlenr. Bostwick IHe
was accompanied b1 Mr (ecil
Wall i1c Whitf field.
AtItorne Duncomnbe alsol
read the depiositin of Maurice
Willain Beale. I lic tle nurse said
that she ihad been intending to
take j course iin business
around the time that she first
inet Pinder
Their iieeting came about
whenl sihe visited the home of a
friend. Diana Mary Golden,
also Pinder's second wife, who
lived with him in FnIgland at
the Hunt 'k' .
During the meal, she said she
spoke about her course and
Pinder advised her not to invest


h la C' su11' ii i 1 P t 0
I alt i sd t' sI d shh paid liln-


S IIn t'le who aiii c'd 1 ii il.hI
Bic l iliu i'IIi ti, I I l l ii i t i c 'i

b teenn Januia t ui. t1 .cuti
\lai\ 23 1 '
1Ie woman 11 7
Iep sion Jt)lso s!l J lut ernn
1h1ie meet tis, shr ott iicn arrd
I'mndicl ilk ()f his ph!iltost,Ih\
Slit "Y 1ou can get a \thinc a
out 't I le tita i ( t l waniI .
howe)1 1 \ou i ulist hI ve a
definite' goal a d .i plan ol
acit ion b which \ioi must si kc'k


H e. I ng'I s ha.\
, Ltt u ii' d until 1
I tiesda .


been
b1 in


BIBLE SOCIETY
11R JOHI N II tvweint nan
secretary\ for the Caribbean
aiea of the Bibil Society of the
West Indies, wcill preach at
Mount Moriah Baptist Church
onl Sunday March 3. at I I a.m.
lic wscill peach the samle
c'ctnig at 7 o'clock al (Central
Baptist Church
I his is Mr Iw entymiian's
annual visit to the Bahamas
1 he Society's annual general
meeting wil he held at I worth
Hall. Shirley Street, at 8 p. in.,
March 4. when Mr TwI,'1 nlj man
will speak and give a report on
what Bible Societies are doing
in connection with spreading
(he news about the Bible to
those who cannot afford to
buy one.


11 1 PLEIROL F l M
1)1-AL. ERSS -Associatiotn (is
sunday\ cabled Deput\ Prime
Minister and Minister ol
I nance Arthur I) lHanna i
requesting a meeting no later
thlian Tuesday to discuss the
(, is v ern inel -i's cu rrent
positioi n l ion re rising t li
ai linee pIrice structureie
It lias been seven weeks,
since Mr H ianita told aa
dt igaiion iol dealers m ihai
their colmplinits ove r lit
t cembe- r 2X re viion mild
bh dealt with ain "urueni
butter
S lie PDA telegram was cill
I,) the I)DpUtN Prime Minister
,is a result of tia mileI( t II
Sii lnd;i ai terI'i o i at Ithe
lih n)i 1- itt A ssocia t Ion
lpri idieniI l.ivingsi ton Pinder
Tlih re 'as no hint ot tlireat
iii theli telegram. butill I
believed that if there is n(i
meeting with ginernieiil t, m
it the meeitceling produces mii)
sal islatloisr\ results, t 'he
dealers w ill take steps t iiiend
ihe iiinancial losses tlhe\ clain
lthe\ liave been svofl leri'i
under tlhe existiiig pi ice
si ructllire.
Ihe l)Dec 28 r're ision i
t, asiline Price (-. )itltiil
Regiulat ions .lltwed ) in
SI1 celntmincrease iii twholesalec
prices, bui limited dealciv"
rictail price rise i nine cents.
.ill action the dealers sal cul
their imark-up Ifrom 312
percent ito t2' percent Thics
charged t icir gross tmciinme
was being reduced at a tinme
when lheir investment in luiel
was beinu itncreasedc
\S'IL R \CLE. BL I
-\ series of Imeetings with
the Prices Coinmmlissiomn ended
on January Ih with ill
assuiance rirm)n C oinmiissoil
int e e r s t liat their
cOnipltaiiits were considered
legitiinale. and that action to
rectify the situation would be
recommended.
However, the Conimis.son
pointed out that the oil
companies had applied for


another increase in wholesale
prices as a result of price rises
at source. It was suggested
ihat rather than amend the
regulations iinimmiediaely to
satisfy the dealers and then
anieiid them again shortly
atter to( acconlnlodatce ie1
wholesalers, the dealers
should agree to wait so that
changes in wholesale and
retail prices could be
provided for ai smile
;inieniI( mileni .
Thi' dealers arecd, il lIhe
understanding that h\ Jan 1,I
eillher tile nmew prices \would
be' in effect or (.imerninten
iwoutld be in a position to gine
dealers .in exact date
WHY DLLAY?
The new prices have still
not beell published, and 'onm
Feb I Association secretary\
Alcie D)arville wuas told b\ a
Commission spokesman that
the\ could be exported
within iwm o or three weeks
thati i,,. around mid--ebruarn

It was explained that lihe
new prices would take effect
when a new ship inilnt of fuel
ait ia nemw cost arrived here
It is known that at least
tite and ,oi libly I wi Oi
shipments hlii e come in
within I lie paisttwo week's
IHoweer. it wccas explained at
Scesterdavys Associationm
meeting that in fact the nesw
prices would not take effect
until all of the fuel stocks
here on Dec 28 have been
used This decision was
designed to a olid
profiteering.

Se% eral dealers said
yesterday, however, that they
had information from tihe oil
companies recently that all
the Dec. 28 stocks were
expected to be exhausted by
the middle of last week.
Efforts to contact a
Commission spokesman for
up-dated information during
the latter part of last week
were without success, Mr.
Darville told the Association


Woman

dies

after

club

shooting
AN ENGLISH resident of
Freeport was fatally wounded
early this morning in an armed
hold-up of the Stoned Crab
Restaurant at Taino Beach,
Freeport, police reported.
Police said a masked man
armed with a handgun
entered the club shortly after
12:30 a.m. For reasons still
not clear, the gunman fired
his weapon on entering,
hitting a 29-year-old woman
customer.
The gunman then escorted
manager Mack Shaw to the
club's office, whe#*- he tviok
an as-yet undetermined
amount of money.
The woman was rushed to
Rand Memorial Hospital,
where she died later this
morning.
Police were withholding
her identity pending noti-
fication of her family.
Police said a number of
persons are assisting the
police in the murder-robbery
investigation, and acting
Deputy Commissioner Paul
Thompson said police have
reason to hope tor an early
arrest

Police

probe

armed

raids

01I 1(1 are investigating
lt\o armed robberies which
look place at tilt weekend
ne' ting thieves c )0.0(03 in cash
and heques
I'oiie' said today that
nobodI\ I, being held in
otinntction with 1 1 40 a in.
W Hillnam Biewer Comnpany
hold-up O)n Saturday or the
1-ridai evening hold-up at the
Jainait.a Ini (i hippingham

Police said that the Williamn
Brewer coinpan. was lobbed
o;I Q., 18 dollars in cash and
Shiques 01 the amount,
S2.,3 w\as in cash with the
halamce being cheques The
monet was taken from the
comtipany's safe when two men,
masked and armed with a
shotgun ordered the manager
to open the vault

One of the men scooped the
money and cheques into a
paper bag after the sale was
opened. They made their
get-away in a car.
Friday's robbery at the
Jamaica Inn, on Infant View
Road, netted a masked and
gloved gunman S245 cash. The
hold-up took place at about
8:35 p.m. police say.


LUCAS C.A.V. GIRLING
BATTERIES
,v othar ORIGINAL Spares

BAY STREET GARAGE
1i)tM )1i -swH i 1- i PHONI 2-2434


tomorrow


Gas dealers



send Hanna



a cable

By MIKF LOTHIAN


Welders allegations refuted


U "


a kv - -- -M V% 11 -- -1 -


j


i











Monday, February 25, 1974


GOLD jumped six dollars
an ounce to record highs at
the opening of Europe's
bullion markets today amid
reports some Common
Market countries would soon
mark up the price of their
holdings of the precious
metal.
The sharp jump that
carried the price of gold to
$168 an ounce in Zurich and
167 in London came after
Saturday's statement in
Tokyo by Francois-Xavier
Ortoli. president of the
Common Market
Commission, that the
European Community will
soon prepare to raise the
official price.

FORMER film actress
Florence Rice Butler,
daughter of the late and
noted sportswriter
Grantland Rice, is dead of
lung cancer at 67.
Miss Rice, who died
Saturday at Straub Clinic.
appeared in 25 movies
between 1938 and 1947.
including top roles with
James Stewart in "Navy Blue
and Gold" and with William
Powell in the "1hin Man"
series. She and her husband,
Fred Butler, moved to Hawaii
in 1958

FRANK WILLS, the
$80-a-week security guard
who discovered the Watergate
break-in, has been
overwhelmed with honours
and awards. Job offers are
another storv.
Reports I -m PI


Showbiz stars


VANISSA RFD(;RAVE REX HARRISON
Frotsky ist Conservative





'Priceless'




painting




snatched


1 i',l1i ,\ Scotland Yard is expecting a ransom after the
theft of a ,Ii.t-n pound masterpiece by the 17th century Dutch
painter Jan Vermeer.
One leading art dealer described the disappearance of
Verrcner' painting "The Guitar 'L.,., i" nas "the most appalling
artistc vandalism to have befallen Britain this century".
The painting, measuring 20 inches by 18 was taken by thieves
vho broke into Kenwood House in the fashionable London
suburb ot Hampstead late Saturdas night, police said.
Kenwood House, an 18th century mansion, is owned by the
greaterr London Council and houses one of the most valuable
tc lions of paintings in the capital


"The Guiutar
been valued at
pounds or about
Poli, c said


Player" ha.,s
one million
-$2 2 million
the thlueves


What's up, Doc?


I'm underpaid!


PARIS It costs about
four times as much to get a
car checked than to visit a
doctor in France, and it is
twice as expensive to cover a
sofa than to remove an
appendix. a doctors' union
official said yesterday
Dr. Jacques Monier,
president of the French
Medical Union Federation
iCSMF), claimed that a
general practitioner was paid
only 22 francs (4.4 dollars) to
check a sick person while a
garage mechanic asked 102
francs t 20 4 dollars tor a;
general overhaul of the engine
of a car
Monier also said a doctor
gets 35 francs i7 dollars) to
visit a patient while 64 francs
(12.8 dollars) is paid for a
20-minute long repair job in
an apartment
Monier, who is negotiating
with the government for a 15


per cent wage increase, also
made the follow ing
comparisons:
An appendectomy costs
280 francs (56 dollars) but an
upholsterer gets 630 francs
(127 dollars) to cover a sofa,
without providing the
material.
To pump out a stomach
of someone poisoned costs 56
francs ( 11.2 dollars) while it
costs 65 francs( 1 3 dollars) to
get a watch cleaned at a
jeweller's shop.
The plumber s price of
fixing a clogged sink is 52
trancs (10 4 dollars) but it
costs only 28 francs (5 7
dollars) to get both ears
cleaned by a phy sician
French doctors get their
fees fixed b\ the Social
Security System which
reimburses the sick people
according to an official scale
for medical acts (AP)


ROBBERS EXECUTED
LAX )S ihree c, 'vi.itd arrfLJ r- ,cr,, -,ker- a pcb1-iJ1
shot to da.tth '-ev ru a co-wd 1 o (0me in: lhadn r !t-
eight ni a .,r' n, :;;"u \ipao.
It sa Ipt" '. t p -t \' a'1. a
permitt \ '' 55.1' .' *at 1h t t '
One ,! h-" i' \j 1,1,,nd guil n Iv !fihr -,,lc U :P c!d
robber\ t'riuiai o steing icep \ul d at -' 1 tO) IhNe
two others onoiLnr p..'''d n charge-s ,o stealiAg 52.40(m
worth of t res Al P


smashed through a shuttered
ground floor window shortly
before midnight and snatched
the Vermeer in its frame. Other
val able paintings were
ignored.
"It was a rapid and brutal
business", said a spokesman for
the Municipal Council which
governs more then 8 5 million
residents of Greater London.
"We don't know how the
thieves got away but there was
a night watchman on duty and
he heard the crash when the
window was smashed.
Police said: "It could be the
work of someone who does not
know what he has done or has
no idea of the value of
what he has got But so far we
think it is a master thief who
has planned the operation over
a number of years."
Police officials said "h ,
expected a ransom demand.
One leading London art dealer,
Hugh Leggatt. said the picture
Ls "so famous that it could not


possibly be sold."
I-stiimates. of the
value ran as high
million, but
commented that it
priceless ot
internal ion al
importance."


painting's
as $4.5
Leggatt
"is really
immense
a artistic


Vermeer is considered one
of the greatest of the Dutch
masters, less than 30 of his
works arc left and none has
come on the market in years.
The stolen painting shows a
girl play ing a guitar.
I'he t(reater London Council
said the museum was equipped
"wi th tle most sophisticated
burglar alarm system." A
spokesman said officials would
have to "reexamine" the
security setup \API


BAHAMAS NAONAIO L TRUSI

ANNOUNCES

AUDB.ON WILDLIFE FILM SERIES 1974


Ai) I'D


I featuring the natural wonders oif Iceland where sea. glacial ice and volcanic fire sometimes clash
in vlotetit display t ash and steam Xin adventitre into a seldom visited country, Sea Ice and
I ire is .in unmsuall intimate and fascinating |i rtrait. superhbl photographed and e\citingli
iar rated
By: OLIN SEAWALL PETTINGILL

TEACHERS TRAINING COLLEGE AUDITORIUM
OAKES FIELD

'F 1a 2Vfrl m J 9 mp


ADMISSION $2.00


CHILDREN $100


add glitter
LONDON Dozens of showbusiness
stars have hit the campaign trail for
Thursday's national election, bringing a
dash of glamour to what traditionally has
been lackluster stumping in Britain.
Spearheading the famous faces is movie
star Vanessa Redgrave. A longtime leftist
and political activist, she is running for a
Parliamentary seat as Trotskyist Women's
Revolutionary Party candidate in
London's dock area.
Her blonde hair hidden under a
commando-style wollen cap and her
intense face devoid of makeup, she daily
exhorts workers to take over their
factories and "bring down the ruling


HILLSBOROUGHI
Randolph A. Hearst's tense
vigil entered its third week
today as plans were made for
another effort to distribute
food to the needy, i
precondition for the release of
his kdinapped daughter.
Patricia.
The distribution programme
is funded with $500,000 from
lHearst and $1 5 million from
the nonprofit Hearst
Foundation. However, the SLA
has demanded S4 million more
from Hearst personally.
In response to that demand,
examiner publisher Charles
Gould said the Hearst Corp.
would put up another 2 million
immediately if Miss Hearst is
released unharmed and
promised $2 million more
later. There has been no
response to that offer the FBI
said.


The S A s


1 t est


White House


WASIIl\t, I'.) The U.S.
Congressional Judiciary
Committee's ranking
Republican member said
yesterday: "I really believe
that the White House is going
to cooperate" in the panel's
investigation of whether
President Nixon should be
impeached.
But representative Edward
Hutchinson also said in a
broadcast interview that "the
president has a right to protect
himself .. in his official
capacity.. from improper
demands on the part ot the
other two branches" of
government
Hutchinson has taken the
view that N\o.. ri can be
inhpc.hi',d only for crimes that
would bring an indictment
against an ordinary citizen.
Last week he rejected the
conclusions of the committee's
staff that the constitution's
framers intended for
impeachment to be seen
broadly as a political process,
with "high crimes and
demeanors" meaning offenses
that were not necessarily
indictable crimes.
In response to questions on
CBS news "Face the Nation"
'progr miiii.-d Hutchinson said
he has not been in touch with
the White House on


to the British election trail


class."
Another actress, Honor Blackman, one
of James Bond's screen lovers, is more
moderate.
"The public has grown up," she says.
"They know actors and actresses don't
live in fairyland divorced from reality. The
days when your publicist told you to
keep quiet about your political views are
gone."
Miss Blackman is one of the cast of big
names backing the Liberals. They also
have movie star and director David
Hemmings on the stump with Liberal
leader Jeremy Thorpe. a onetime


television personality himself.
The Socialist Labour Party's stars are
led by singer Frankie Vaughan and TV
comedians Harry H. Corbett and Tony
Booth.
Rex Harrison and his wife, Elizabeth,
hand out pamphlets in London's grimy
Paddington area for the Conservatives.
Rock singer Rod Stewart and ballerina
Moira Shearer have also pitched in.
"I've never made my feelings public
before," Miss Shearer says. "But this
election is so important that if I can
influence anyone to vote Conservative I
will." (AP)


JEREMY THORPF
Star backing


POWELL SLAMS HEATH'S 'BETRAYAL'


LONDON Maverick
Conservative legislator Enoch
Powell has accused Prime
Minister Edward Heath of
betraying the nation with a
stinging attack on his party
leader only five days before
Britons vote in a national
election.
Powell, once a contender for
the Conservative leadership
with strong rightwing
rank-and-file support, accused
Heath of selling democracy
short by taking Britain into the
European Common Market.


He dropped a bombshell by
strongly hinting that Britons
should vote for the opposition
Labour Party as the only way
to retain their sovereignty.
Labour is pledged to
renegotiate the terms of
Britain's membership if it gains
power.
Powell's fiery attack, raising
the threat of a right-wing
Cjn rr% atrie revolt against
Heath, came at a crucial stage
in an election campaign already
marked by bitterness. Powell
was speaking in the industrial


Electim

Week


city of Birmingham.
Although Heath's
Conservatives hold a small lead
over Labour in opinion polls
they are being forced on the
defensive by charges they
deliberately provoked Britain's
industrial crisis with trade
unions to win votes.


Republican

backing

slumps

PRINCETON The latest
Gallup Poll shows Republican
Party strength for the
upcoming U.S. congressional
elections is at its lowest level
in the 38 years that Gallup
has been taking such surveys.
A total of 3,183 registered
voters was asked in two
national surveys in January
which party they would
rather see win the
Congressional election in
their home districts.
The Democratic Party
enjoys a 2-1 lead, 58 per cent
to 29 per cent, with 13 per
cent undecided. Gallup said
the figures would indicate the
Republicans would suffer a
loss far greater than the
average of 29 seats lost by the
President's party in off-year
elections in this century.
The pollsters said the
national nature of the survey
makes it impossible to
determine how many House
seats each party might
occupy after the next
election.
But they said the margin
could be wider than the 295
to 140 majority the
Democrats held after the
landslide victory of Lyndon
B. Johnson in 1964. (AP)


And the once-insignificant
Liberal Party has., according to
opinion polls, surged from
behind to grab as much as 21
per cent of the vote, raising the
possibility of a three way
stalemate, after polling day
Thursday.
Powell said Heath has
avoided facing the
electorate on the EIuronean
community as "he does not
think they are to be trusted
with anything so important."
He said that a new
government under Ileath
would, because of the


European commitment to
economic and monetary union
by 1980, renounce its control
"over the laws of the land, over
the taxes of the people and
over the policies of the
executive."
The effects of Powells
attack were not immediately
clear but it was not expected
to help the Conservatives' fight
for re-election, despite
Labour's efforts, Europe has
not so far been a major issue in
the tangled campaign.
Ileath himself shrugged utf
Powell's broadside. "It is a free
country." he said.


Police hurt in


street fighting

FR \\ki I RI About 20 policemen were injured in
bloody street fighting with'more than 3.000 stone-throwing
leftist demonstrators. authorities said at the weekend. At
least 20 demonstrators were arrested.
An estimated 1,000 policemen were mobilized to check
the youthful demonstrators, many of them students.
The leftists marched through Frankfurt to protest the
eviction Thursday of about 50 leftist squatters from four
condemned apartment houses
At Franklurt Unikersit leftists threw gasoline bombs at
police trying to storm the student union, injuring two
officers. Police forced the demonstrators out of tht
building with tear gas.
In other street fighting, police used tear gas, water
cannons and nightsticks to break up groups of
demonstrators




NOTICE


BAHAMA INDUSTRIAL GAS LTD.
Ph. 36441 Box N4688


WILL BE CLOSED FOR

ANNUAL STOCKTAKING

ON FRIDAY 1st MARCH

THRU SATURDAY 2nd MARCH INCLUSIVE


communication accused Hearst
of lying about his personal
fortune and characterized the
$2 million already put up for
food as "a few crumbs."
The initial food giveaw ay
dubbed the People in Need
programme, began Friday, but
was marred by mass
contusion and some violence.
A food-throwing melee
erupted in the Oakland
distribution centre. where
5,000 persons had gathered.
Police were called to disperse
the throng and sporadic
incidents of window breaking
and arrests were reported into
the evening,
The SLA communiques have
also tied Miss Hearst's eventual
fate to what happens to two
reputed SLA members jailed in
the ambush shooting death of
Oakland schools Supt Marcus
Foster last Nov 6. (AP)


is


impeachment-related business
but noted that Nixon's chief
counsel, James St. Clair, and
the committee's top lawyers
have met.
He said that St. Clair and
other White House lawyers, if
they want to sit in when the
committee takes testimony
from witnesses or even
cross-examine witnesses,
"should be accorded that
privilege "
But, he continued, whether
they will be allowed to do so
has not beeti decided by the
committee.
Hutchinson said he based his
confidence in White House
cooperation with the inquriy
on "the statements of the
President in the union message
and the attitudes of his counsel
following that... I haven't seen
any evidence on the part of the
White House yet to be
noncooperative or obstreper-
ous in any way."
A list of White House
documents sought by the
inquiry staff will be sent this
week to Nixon's attorneys, he
said.
Hutchinson repeated his
position that searching for
evidence should be restricted
to documents relevant to
possible crimes.(AP)


POLICE


COLI CCE


. .

""' I\
, ."..


If you are a Bahamian, between the ages of 17% years and 28 years,
5 feet 8 inches or taller, visit or call us at the Police College, Oakes
Field, Phone 58551 --2-3


Kidnap vigil


enters


third week


going to cooperate'


FOLLOW THIS HAND


TO THE POLICE COLLEGE WHERE YOU

WILL BE TRAINED TO SERVE A PROUD

NEW NATION.


FINAL PROGRAMME: Four Fathom World Mar. 14
All programmes personally presented by National Audubon speakers in cooperation with the
Bahamas National Trust.
P. O. BOX N4 105 NASSAU TEL: 2-8333


NOW SERVING




From 11:00 a.m. Till 5:00

DAILY SPECIALS DRINKS ONLY $1.00

DINNER SERVED 5 p.m. to Midnight

Plenty of FREE PARKING

EAST BAY AT THE FOOT OF BRIDGE
C'Z 7 "P /, 7 77--r >" -~ f ^^


_ I I


I I


- I.


he Xrthbune


i


a,- llllm --- ~~ III= m--`-~ -------


'-0 A nCE












Monday, February 25, 1974


Lhr Sribune
NULLIUS ADDICTS JURARE IN VERBA MAGCSTRI
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.SG., D.Litt., LL.A)
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.
TELEPHONES:
Editorial 2-4532, 2-2260
General Offices (15 Extensions) 2-1986
Advertising 2-1986, 2-2768

Monday, February 25, 1974


EDITORIAL

Flying high



By ETIFNNI DUPUCH
GRAND CAYMAN, January 21 I had to come to this island
to see what must be a brand new water sport.
Instead of skiing on the surface of the water people are now
ballooning up about 100 feet above the sea.
The method is the same as skiing. A balloonist stands in a sorf
of trapeze arrangement with a large kite above him. The trapeze is
attached to a speed boat by a length of rope.
As the speed boat takes off, the kite soars up in the air taking
the man with it.
I don't know how the take-off is done because I only saw the
man flying through the air some feet below a kite in the shape of
a parachute.
Maybe this sport has already been introduced to Nassau. I
wouldn't know because I have my own haunts in Nassau and so I
don't frequent tourist spots.
If it's not already there it is something new that should interest
organizers of water sports.

If you haven't read a story in the Sunday, January 20th issue
of The Miami Herald under the heading "Florida's Economy
Slowing", it may be of interest to Bahamians because the
economy of the Bahamas rises and falls with the fortunes of
America. especially Florida.
I will reprint two paragraphs from a front page story by James
Russell, Financial Editor of The Herald.
"After a decade or more of strong economic growth," wrote
Russell "Florida in 1974 is experiencing a business slowdown.
"All the woes of the world and national economies inflation,
tight money, shortages and uncertainty have combined with
Florida's self-imposed expansion limits to make the conung year a
big question mark in the state."

Another news story that may be of great significance for the
Bahamas appeared in the same issue of The Herald under the
caption "U.S. Cuba Tie Favoured By Russia?"
Although this story was compiled by The Herald's Latin
American staff, it bore a London dateline which means that the
information was collected in Europe, routed through London.
and placed on the desk of Latin American experts on the Heral/I
staff.
"The Soviet Union is not opposed to normalization of relations
between the United States and Cuba, diplomatic sources in
London say," this news despatch reports.
"First indication that Cuba may now he interested in
resuming relations with the United States came in Mexico City on
January 7th in a statement by Cuban ambassador to Mexico
Fernando Lopez Muino.
"Lope/ told a news conference that the Castro regime is not
engaged in a 'holy war' with the United States and is willing to
resume diplomatic relations if the American economic blockade
of Cuba ends.
"'The diplomatic reports in London said initial contacts may be
taken up at the forthcoming foreign ministers meeting of the
Organization of American States early next month (February) in
Mexico." This meeting was held last week.

The U.S. has maintained a hard line against Cuba ever since
Castro seized control of the island and established the first
Communist state in this hemisphere. Members of the
Organization of American States joined the U.S. in an effort to
isolate the island in hemispheric affairs.
Early last year a couple of South American countries broke the
line and forged diplomatic relations with the Castro government.
A few months ago the Big Four in the Caribbean Jamaica.
Barbados. Trinidad and Tobago and Guyana on the mainland in
South America also took Cuba to their bosom, thereby
weakening the solid front originally presented by the OAS.
it was fell at the time that this was a move by these tfunner
British C('olonies to squeeze concessions out of the U.S. And, of
course, Prune Minister Pindling made a tough speech in California
recently in which he declared that the Bahamas was expecting to
play a big rule in hemispheric affairs. This also sounded like a
broad hint to Uncle Sam.

But some months ago especially after the revolution in Chile
that overthrew the first freely elected Marxist government in the


Americas it was stated that the U.S. government now accepted
the fact that there were Communist elements in tie hemisphere
and the American people had learned to live with them.
This statement seemed to suggest that Uncle Sam was no
longer prepared to be the "pin-up boy" for all the little
independent states that were springing up all around the North
American mainland.


Cuba was the leading tourist resort in this area before Castro
destroyed American friendship for his island.
When Uncle Sam outlawed Cuba the island's tourist business
disappeared overnight. The Bahamas Development Board under
the direction of the late Sir Stafford Sands moved in quickly to
snatch the top spot in this business.
It was said at the time that Nassau should erect a monument to
Castro in the Public Square in appreciation for the boost his
anti-American policies had given the Bahamas tourist business.
Now in the Caymans it is being said that this island should
erect a monument to the Pindling-Hanna combine in Nassau for
what they have done to give a tremendous boost to the Caymans
tourist and foreign investment business.
If it is true that the Big Four governments in the Caribbean had
hoped to gain an advantage by becoming associated with Cuba,
this failure to support America's policy with respect to this
Communist state may now backfire on them because they have
all grown to depend heavily on the tourist dollar from which
Cuba may take a big bite should relations with the U.S. be again
normalized.

Everything seems to be happening at once.
First, thie energy crisis that may adversely affect travel to the
Bahamas, especially in the private plane and private:
yacht category ... then the casino gambling situation which is


Alhr eribhunr


Rev. G Stuart (ameron wife and his youngest home in Scotland with their
with his daughter, Marion, his daughter, Deirdre. at their two dogs.


Gambling confusion


I MlInk. I he ribune .
Attached is a letter to lHis
Lordship, Bisht p 01\nlicanr
Community a1indt o t the
Bahanmas I would he most I
grateful it you can tind space
to put this in oii valuable
paper.
LESIIE I)A VIS
Rose Street,
Fox hill.
Feb. Il, 1074.
Your Lordship Bishop I tod,;::
Nassau, Bahamas
D)ear Sir
If I am i peI nitLed 1
comment inii ir ,iews o' i
garmbhling I itd it utei i and
completely toni tusi si til 'ai
the least. PerLhap, tihe iii-
conuttsing asp t oi it a il I- .
r I as M\ichaCel I ti i '.:d
not the Bishop of N\assas i. !
the Bahamas and the .And.s .1
conmuniut. I think in 1hiuldi
know this to be impossible,.
and I also think that anyi
Sour Priests who idvoc ,it.
similar thoughts alotg lints line
knot ,1 or sh 'iuld kn'v' llis 1t
be inpu'ssibhl.
I 1 n1,n also c' n i.ill\ su .
you must have read at some
tine otr other the -'! ', li)!
Jekyl and M ri l-'l dc I l 'ti -,
as this story is, it r i .
point beyond question, a d
that point is t.'-o distinct
personalities cannot '
within the 'sami Ie r. ii'i. Io
further l iniust ils' hiAs
read the story o) Pai no;;i
Aesop's I-ables. I he ml.l i kh.-
blew hot and 'old t;oi,: '::.,

National
IED)ITOR, l The Iribune
Has I'he I tribune ever
published The National
Insurance Actl. 17'2' It would
be my suggestion that this
would be 0o interest tr
everyone now that Registrationt
Forms are being .1, .i 1 il I to.[
employers.
It it is true that e.mphlo ees.
will only he taxed on the t!-I
$10( earned each week. *svhi
are they being asked iti state
what their salais sale is. ocer
and above S100l' I hi looks
merely like oltih ial curiln'i
Some people are sajirue thai
funds collected under Nat\on'r
Insurance will not be pit into a
'". ii' accoIunt to be used0
only for insurance iFund ar.


sI in mouth. Was this not
cotnfuiing to the traveller who
niet himi and so, Sir, is tour
stat t'lliient On )2 i1,it 1,11 .
completelyy cIntiusing. TI here
cannot antd must snot he good
and had gambling, lor gambling
is unquiestionably wrong.
\ia wc fo'r thIe Irimomentt
lhaie briel look at what in
\,tr ew is good gambling. We
will look at the: V.. Take the
p /e *-uit )of the ratfle, set up
shop along Bay Street or
indeed in thle entire country .
anld h'let's see what the results or
pi .ce'ds ot that raffle would

,o kinos Sir, I k(,now Sir.
anld :a1\ of '.'our Priests kinowi -
Sir. that the result would not
surprisingly. You are likely
: t l, hi'ave an\ results at all
': i that matter. As lor the
intention( of the purchaser, hf
a !one and (God know his
purpose tor 1"'1i L rui a
ticket, or why he chooses to
hilp a parti.ular institution or
aj isc.- in that particular wa
nd i ,,it tlthe rdinars wav fit
coitributing, as should be the

id n iw [ a \ -ntitrce .1
(I!0",st .11n wl hat effect doe,
tihi tt pe of leadership have on
soe 'u'ng people, the not so
Loung and even the old?
It I ina. ansswser rmay oswn
itlcstrion. Sir. it can only ddiai
them lIuItlrthe away front tho
SInc ii wtnhelch today\ if
'I i ruggli!! in darkness .i ;id
!ison as a result of 'r is
ot t 'nking and IL' tllt eroni ,


Insurance

going into tlie I re'asui\.l a'
general revenue II Ie proceeds
theretor i can be used !o
purpose- other than insuiuraniLe
It th is isthe case. National
Insuranite belgs to lotk ;niore
and mire like income tax
In the earl d.is or Vyea ii ot
N t i o a1 I t! r i
self employed person ar norti
being required to registc: But
eenl diow dt thle Nd'hT ial
In-;tii taIn I o lfie tthe\ ..11't tell
S uon w lhither .an eli[l li. e v who
owlnis hi' own business .1nd
draws .salary from it, is
selt employed or inot
EMPLOYER

Nassau
'I' ".. 10 \


Good reception?


FDITIOR. Ihe l ibne.I
I would like to note i i
appreciation ot thec
intermittently clear televisi-on
reception dlue to the Forbsat
Satellite.
It is unfortunate, however,
that this clear reception. while
dazzling in itself ( ,especially in
colour i does neither l obscure
nor improve the incr-easingli
poor qualitM ot the tcleisionll
broadcast ing we receive' I
observe that a.s e\er our cuilturc
is so easily ml ii. 1i. i by
foreign media and I would
speculate that all ot uis will be
affected in some wau bh tihe
dream-like reception to come.
especially when the content


tc I %olest, ratheI r s', ifpt1kilnhl i
, ll ait uld. give-awal g ie meile
shows'. murder. police itlsel ,
.kidnapping and prodi. tI w"hi i
most oI us Bahamianir-' 1.
neither ni-e nor afford
5' 5' ,i w ill b tialte ted. .ind I e
we will be afteet.ed, and we
'ihIdlo. butt t t is ood to knows,
that the very system that cal
bring us Mis qualil\ ret''tion
could also be used to distort
and interfere with ouri ordinary\
reception Is it possible that
under certain 'circiiumstance,s'
we would be allowed tno
reception at all
M.G P.
Nassau,
Feb. 23. 1974.


thic.acned from two sides, the protest by the Baptist ministers
and the possibility that casinos will reopen on Miami Beach ..
then the p,,,b t [tha ot Cuban competition .. and nowv the fear
that Florida may face a difficult 1074.
Any one oi all ot these situations may hurt the Bahamas
economy badly this year.

THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
A politician thinks of the next election, a statesmtan ot the
next generation. JAMES FREEMAN CLARKE

The highest and most lofty trees have the most reason to dread
the thunder. CHARLES ROLIN


from those who are supposed
to be leaders. May I in all
lihonesti ask ou as Bishop of
thie Anglican (Community and
the Bahamn.s to say to Michael
lIdon that we have but one
beet with him. That he can
throw Its hlot in with the
gamblhng community as he
chooses. But for C'hrist sake,
and thiis is our only beef, allow
the Bishop of Nassau and the
Anglican (Community to lead
his people in the way otf light
and truth, for, it is only in this
wa ,. shall darkness and
confusion be listed away from
the Chulch and the people,
tie \iring'. the nt t Sot young
and even the old return to the

:o'r ever\ time Michael
I Idtn speaks, the words for
s'ite reason or other seem
always to come out of the
mouth o t the Bishop of Nassau
ad the Bahamlas and the
AnTglian (li ion uiui ity.
Ihank you very much for
s .i valuable space, Mr.


LESLIE DAVIS


3



New Minister gives sermon


THE REV. Gilbert Stuart
Cameron, new minister for St.
Andrew's presbyterian Kirk.
Princess Street, preached his
first sermon in his new church
yesterday morning. He will
meet with his congregation for
the first time at 7:45 tonight
when the Kirk's annual
iongregati.. n meeting is held. A
social will be held afterwards.
Mr. Cameron, his wife, and
their youngest daughter.
Deirdre arrived from Scotland
on Friday and were met at
Nassau International Airport
by Kirk members, Mr.
Geoffrey Johnstone, Dr.
Cleveland Eneas and Mr.


William Sweeting.
Mr Cameron, born in
M.i h r.til Scotland in 1919,
is the son of a well known
C('hurch of Scotland minister.
His father served for some time
in Buenos Aires, afterwards in
Ireland, and in a West End of
Glasgow church.
Mr. Cameron was educated
at Queen's University. Belfast,
where he received a B.A. in
1939 and a B.D. in 1942. He
won a gold medal for oratory
and a prize cup for public
speaking. He also won prizes
every year of his university
career.


His ministerial service began
with a chaplaincy in the R.A.F.
(1942-46). He was minister at
Highland Park Church,
Campbeltown, Argyll from
1947 to 1963. Since 1963 he
has served in St. Stephen's
West Church, Broughty Ferry.
Dundee. He has done a recent
exchange with a minister in
Virginia, U.S.A., and has also
spent some time in Belfast
relieving a minister there in a
period of tensions.
Mr. and Mrs. Cameron have
five children. The four eldest
are adults and three of them
are married. Deidre, 10, will be
with her parents in Nassau.


Natural Menthol is why.
S-. Salem uses only natural
menthol, not the artificial
kind. That's why Salem
never tastes harsh or hot.


'"d' 1' .


Be a BIG WINNER... Enter the

- 'I]"


GRAM PRIZE


.- ", .





Awl


CUTLASS
Complete with 50 H.P.
Johnson or Evinrude Motor
(Valued at $4,220)
The luxurious inter iot of this
magnificentORLANDO CLIPPER "ithe
result of brilliant styling. It has
anodized metal frame with tempered
shatter proof glass, full reclining seats
The hull is time tested and will give
you outstanding perfor-nmance Thee is
no finer boat afloat for the moncy
Made by a firm with over 20 yeas '
expe ience. That's ORLANDO
CLIPPER! What a boat





The name means Performance in outboard mot
speed, trolling speed economy, dependability, all t
you want in an outboard motor. If you want a
j mid range size with ski motor speed, you
JOHNSON 50 with loop charging for more Hor
with less fuel. Johnson, the one you really need
days of fuel crisis.


MAURA LUMBER COMPANY LTD.
PHONE 24001 24101
P. O. Box N-81 77, NASSAU


MA LMR CO., LTD.







% *''S~ --




























ors. NEWSPAPER
he things
motor of
want the C nIES
se-Power
these AVAILABLE



+ THE TRIBUNE


I


- -- --- L_ _I .. --I 1 __ _


M Ll











Monday, February 25, 19


4 Of_ she (rithunr


British-American

promotes two


Over 200 guides were at the Nassau Botanic Gardens
Friday for their "Thinking Day" service. Monsignor Preston
Moss, right, delivered the principal address. Miss Betty Cole,
Deputy Commissioner and Trainer of the Bahamas Girl
Guides Association co-ordinated the service. February 22 is
the birthdate of Lord Baden-Dowell founder scouting, and
on that day this year Lady Baden-Powell, World Chief
Guide, celebrated her 85th birthday. The theme of
Thinking Day in Nassau on Friday was "Friendship." Miss
Peggy Elliott. leader of the Brownie Group at Holy Family
Church, is pictured reading one of the lessons during
Friday's service. Picture: VINCENT VAUGHAN.





I. I IIII II I



(IF IT WAS TAKEN BY TOOGOODS'!)




on the water frunt at Last Bvy & Wietam Sts
PHOC NE 5-;64'
E


I SPRINGTIME |






















A JD 0UA LY'





MIKE'S

SHOE STORE
S BAY STREET PHONE 2-4535
J2?^?^^s-


MUSIC FESTIVAL


AUDITIONS


OLT ISLAND adjudicators
it the 1974 Bahamas Music
I esis al Mr Clement Bethel, of
tic education and Culture
Ministry. and Profes.sor John
Churchill. of Carleton
Ln\ersity in Ottawa. last week
co- pleted auditions in
Har bour Island. Eleuthera. San
Sadl ad'r. I n\uma and Long
l-., nJ
11h1 two werc off this week
S adjudications in Abaco.
Vindr.. Bimini. Inagua aind
Maa.gLuana. w'hie Dr Johni
Slet her of the U'niversiti of
the kWest Indies and a panel of
lo,dal adjudicators today\ began
AlditiOns in Nesw PrTIovidence at
the utherain Church on John
I. KsennUid Dlr.
Prof ChruichI ll i- i:i the
Bahlm .i-a j .idmuilvwthr tor tile
tiLi, ia.nsc utie '. e r B rn in
I n ilnd in l2li, he sltidied
I-! all d ...l 1 1 l ': R1'K
t i J edta mh a ti hw
( i. I M s in I n d,
\I r is iS. m e N the
Bnlishi Ain\ be s ji.1n5tetd
S r l s'r at the R,,. a!
C. '
P'r ( hutv hill .s t,;: 10i
c' a r s ,r i i i, n d d t e -.t r ,- 1
mus .i t lilk h rnl! '1O St
\lMaiti- m-ti ie c iclds. I r.tala .
Sitiii re T P h 'i sa-.
re si'on-sihie fo1 0Tr'e P iio irs t and
!r. quent t hbi} )i asts..t' ld al, ,
I'n ui ded J ,, rh e ti,i,s tihe
Acaderm o! S Martin-in -the-
Field n rs w i de
was n ci \aUi ne i T for Ilie
Assmkated Board and all
enlthuimsstic admudicator for
lmus1ic festivals in Britain as
weil as abroad
In l 1t67 he lii'u'cd with his
t.iunil to ( a1ladai tl u ipren
(arl lon l'iii \ rsit\ 's nIew
miui0, depiartnllnt, where he i,
J i irliiit Th depart iilent is
cixpl.iding rjtidl; and iicltdcs
ou nris I i ln tiin music and
e. i; In music
tRIX A I I It RI SI
Despile -imll it nt-lls,. Prot
( liii hill ias maintained his.
01 iMi i .1 s iin estak& ls .init
has T .,. I' .1 iidcls in Canada
;is an adimidlu ti'r
lDi H lethier. adiudica or in1
lle nn.i-Bali.im an classes ofI
the Ies l .it Nt\cw Pioideince
iild ( r,ilidi B.liaiiu.. is
is al so ni l nes ut iver.
B r in. i Sc'tlantd. lie giwcs
iL ini (renada Appoiited
iir it r iWl luh .it d 1 in1
P'i,". lie silseq iiciilb. htmo ed
ih Batibadss ihen,- in addition
tI tleachimng. he dieC Is tilhe Sine
No lne S"-i,., and the


Barbados Choral Societs.
He is a Fellow of the Royal
College of Organists and hasi
given organ recitals in
Westminster Abbey and in the
Church of St. John the Divine
in Nesw York City. Last year he
completed a doctorate course
at the School of Sacred Music
of Union Theological Seminary
in New York.
PRXOG; RAMM I
In the morning session at lihe
Lutheran Church tomorrow.
the programme is to be:
0 30 a.m. Class 41 Descant
recorders, group pla% ing.,
unison 1. William Phippsl
Primary, 2 Governilen lt igh
School. 3 Claridge Pnimar\
('lass 31 Solo singing f or
girls 12-14 years I Hilda.
Adderle .2 -\ I. Adderles
si LIh it" 11t
('la,ss 33 Sol-( il ,tg '.l
bo\ s *with lchateild t 1,ces
Ve I l, (1 Cii (ilarke.
( lass 4S Piano Duet under
14 sears 1 Antiinlette .adi
Jos ephine Sesilour
Class 53 String Solo under
14 elrm 1 Sall HIutlchings
( as(- 5 Wind solo tinder 14
Cars 1 A. F Adderlei
sl udcit
1I1 15 a nm. Class 57 Wind
soloh. 14-1 years I Joseph1
Sliiot. 2. 1-dgar ernanler .
Bensn Beneb 4 \ I
Adderiem student. 5 Noel
IFa ruharsoni
Alterinooln session Xavier's
College auditorium
2 pm 0Class 61 Percussin
bands. I Xasier's lto er
School. 2. Wi lliam Phipp,
Primary
2:30 p.i! ( Ia.iss 5\ 1nisoii
.in, ,,.' 10-! I \ears I. W illon
\li'r'. Pr ian sr\
2:45 pmn C(lass 20 Unis,
siiwing, rural schools,. ,, Ier 1001
on roll I 'Chari n m li.cl
Prima r.
ROTARACT CLUB
ACTIVITIES
I'. 11 I \R ( ( ll0" oi
Si NassIau staIrled thlicir
bottle L , 3 caiiipla lti ii
New Providence on Satiurda\
fhe collected hollt ies will!
sold to bottling oInpaimes ,ind
the procccd will ie h .d.nited '
erl ls .harmilic 1t1i \hiiis 11
ltoi ards tlaii i.itii c1i.ilj iiiii i
projects
Members lf l thil C iub. iindcr
president Valentine Kniit 15ces
attended H Io I riullit (htir,li
Stapledo 5aijrdens. eslCerda\
for their ionthlii .hlin li
service


THE BRITISHt-Aimericani
Insurance Company of the
Bahamas Ltd.. from its
corporate office, Nassau.
recently announced the
promotion of two of its
Bahamian Life Underwriters to
the position of district manager
and staff manager of the Griand
Bahama DistriLt with
headquarters in the Clii 1..11
Building. Freeport. Grad i
Baha ma.
Mr. Alonzo H. Cart wright.
former staff manager of thie
Grand Bahama District has
been promoted to district
manager of that office effective
March 4.
Mr. Allan Newman, an
outstanding Life Underwrinter
and leader in the Grand
Bahama District. has been
promoted to staff manager of
this office with effect from
March.
Mr. Rudolph Charlow.
Superintendent of Agencies.
British-American IIInsI.iniC
said that Mr. C(.i ii.'i and
Mr Newman had both in their
own was made a. tT Cl
contribution towartss h c
betterment of the life
insurance induisttr oil ic
island of Grand Bahamai Mdi
Charlow said it gave tii mleit
ple sure to see Ithese l
Bahamian lI iMs CC i Inc I men,
their place in tie rl nkiii oi
maianagelnticmit'
NI r. ('harhw liioii'lil
congratulations to the i\,0i
ne wly-promiteid l Inticii t ii
Pre id eL n 1 I n- 11
Viiderschool and \hI Re,,..ce
Sa crs, senior M\I pirc idelt.
M r. (Cart rigttil oiled ilII
,rirand Bahaima lmi- l t I 1 as ,i
debit manage i on \oiembcie 4.
IlOiS 1 and aftei a alc r s .1 ci
hlu e l .clsll.-c aL silo! aII a -i
prmitiied to staltf n (n.m'. t
the ranidid Bahaina ti,.- Oil
Deccmber i 1070, lic liis
sesLcd the I tie t inddrciil i s
\sso-lcatlon ot (o id .i i. l Biti.;i
in se, eral a 'apaoItic"s, I,.ldi)111"
that of direc Ltor. Jil! i'
CunLhcii\ serving 'Is s-c' itir
of tile assocIation. MI
(art right. lis ssitc. t il.i. ind
son. rSeodc t1 (Oce.10. 001.1
v'en i We. S.-shoie V !,


-Vi


Free port.
Mr Newman was employed
by British-American
as life underwriter on July 1 2.
1171 He has played a
considerable role in the success
attained by the Grand Bahama
operation, and he ranks among
the top Bahamnian life
underwriters in British-Amer-
ican's Caribbean Division. Mr.
Newmnan. his wife, Jennifer,
and four sons. reside at Cabot
Drive and Adventurers Way.
Freeport. Grand Bahama.


i


45 DOWN


FREE SHOWING Colour Feature
"LIVING WITH TO-DAY'S WATER"
I uS (roup S i e Club or Religious Body
(Call 343 51 BAHAMAS WATER REFINING CO.


FOR SALE
Opportunity to purchase established
RETAIL-PUSINESS with prime Bay Street
LOCATION (West of Rawson Square), long-term
lease. Business sold at net Asset value.
Enquiries: Servac International Ltd.,
P. 0. Box N-88,
Nassau.


WAIT TILL YOU

SEE WHAT'S

HAPPENING AT

SANANDRVS.


!-, 1 '-
t ,1 l ml k


$45 MONTHLY


(For a limited time, 14,500 sq. ft. lots for $3,995. Or, 12,000 sq. ft for $3.495)

[ Fihd outabosta FREE TRIP to San Andros!

Call Frank today.
FRtNK CAREY REAL ESTATE LTD.
Bay and Deveaux Streets Phone 2-7667, 2-4815
S 9a m. to 5:30p m MON thru FRI '9.1 nm *n 12 rm SAT


"The way men

dress in the

company of

women often tells


t


A Minn ita;i use clothes to tell a woman things he wi ou
I hal lihe powerful. tender, successful or .iI tile.-'irs


din't say about himself.


I 1lil)T 'SI 01 tCURCHILL LTD. has the most expressive suits of the season
( .aC irdines. linens and all other conItemiporary s lles. So if yVOu're the man
Sliho doesn't want to talk about himself. visit .



Juouse Of C rchbtl iLtb.


NASSAU'S FINEST MEN'S BOUTIQ
Beaumont Arcade/P. 0. Box N-3706/Nassau,


UE
Bahamas.

-_(-


It's only 15 minutes from Nassau to your own choice property on
Andros... the unspoiled island .. where things are happening.

Best of all ... you can afford the price and the terms.


I' 'I I I I i


(I


I



























>





I


m


- -- ~----------c~- --


?ci




E


Monday, February 25, 1974


d


OUR
BAHAMA
HARBOUR IS
A SMASHING
SUCCESS!


SAN ANDR


OFFERS TO YOU

CHOICE PROPERTY

IN


VILLAGE!


It's unique... with oversize homesites ... extravagantly covered with tall pines and
blazing flora ... offering gracious living at the focal point of the proposed
San Andros town center. But most of all ... it holds a fabulous future for you!
HAVEN'T YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO BE FIRST IN LINE? TO ATTEND A PREVIEW?
NOW YOU CAN!
Bahama Village is a PREVIEW OFFER a rare opportunity to acquire some of the finest
land at San Andros-while INAUGURAL PRICES are still in effect at BOTTOM-LINE TERMS!

.'-'::. :: :. ;: .- .: : .................................................................................................................:: :::::: : .'.
::::::. :: ::.: : .: :': : '+:+. : . .===== ==========================================.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .=================


SAN ANDROS
BAHAMA VILLAGE III BAHA
12,000 SO. FT. HOMESITES 14,50(
(OVER 1/ ACRE) (TH)


only 39 only


SAN ANDROS
AMA VILLAGE II
0 SO. FT. HOMESITES
AT'S ALMOST V3 ACRE)


'3995!


AT PREVIEW TERMS! THIS MAY BE JUST THE OPPORTUNITY
YOU'VE BEEN SEEKING. THE IDEAL TIME
TO GET ALL THE FACTS IS WHILE YOU'RE
Swn m nth VISITING NASSAU. THESE LOW TERMS
U n hIU l ARE NOT OFFERED IN THE STATES. SEE
all INCLUDES YOUR NASSAU BROKER HE CAN AR-
g 4 5 PERCENT RANGE FOR YOU TO SPEND A DAY ON
SIMPLEINTEREST ANDROS AS HIS GUEST.
. .. ..:. ...: .. ,. . . .:.., . ... . .. .. ... ,. .:: .:.... ...-,. : .. ..I- ,. ..-....:".,.,..." ...;.,..... W....,.<... ....0.
: . . ... : :: .' : : : .. : . . i~ .. .., : .. ... .. : ... . o : ; ... . . ; : ... : : !:O r 0 . .... .


BAHAMA VILLAGE IS NOW!


There's an ample supply of Dream Time
But there's a shortage of Buying Time


*lF "4. '*4 If you plan for a holiday retreat, a year 'round villa, or a wise investment for your future in Bahama Village,
a subdivision of San Andros, the time for your decision has been reduced'drastically. Pressure will be increasing
almost daily for this limited supply of great land, as sales in the U.S. are now underway! and the better parcels
^ Igo first. That's why we say your dream of tomorrow must begin with a wide awake decision today!

GET THE WHOLE STORY. CALL OR DROP IN AT ANY OF THE FOLLOWING OFFICES TODAY:


Grosham Property Ltd.
107 Shirley Street
Phone: 2-7662 or 2-8966


Morley & O'Brien Real Estate
Harris SBuiding on Shirley Street
Phone: 2-2794


C. A. Christie
Real Estate Company
2nd Floor Norfolk House
Frederick Street
Phone: 5-9737
Davson Real Estate Company Ltd.
Bay & East Streets (upstairs)
Phone: 2-1178


Frank Carey Real Estate Ltd.
Bay & Deveaux Streets
Phone: 2-7667 or 2-4815
Tennant & Cooper Ltd.
First National Bank Bldg.
Freeport
Phone: 2-7841 or 2-2097


Ty Saunders Real Estate
Norfolk House, 2nd floor,
Frederick St.
Phone: 2-4818
Wenty Ford
Phone: 3-4946


BAHAMA


I








6 _h__,dribuur


U.S.LINES TO BRING IEat and Grow Younger


CONTAINERS High-fat, high-starch diet
\I lll I) .SI Ml S l ine. h an d .,. .. I h, om .... .


ex t l ,I dcd i 1 ts I r|-('t- lIllH 'nl t .
n taincicri/Qcd i'-.igh iopt'Aition
to proid ief d i a.t ,'i. to
Bernildal ardl tnhe Bahynliwin,
I d \\td I !l l l ao
prc d'!itt o h n tcd ; l SitjS['"
l Ili s. .in o:l !c t" lii [ tlhi"
L \ : i s ; \:'. i !' < \. s h
HB ;.- 1 V' .i A : :.






P B.5 .
ie \l


pr. s-'nii ioi.ol i.ldOtiingi ics
h.in Lonalt lih ojwdl fr in its
IF.i I 'IN" ports rl hopnd s i',,
pioyidc thJat h ntc'i t o' iiX
I tictr',pca: hipc li
utar e
J ihn S l).arcli i Co ILi
i\ the local igcnt in Bernuda
\\hilc the rt'p -tt.''itfiL : thb
B.ihaiaiih' i I ti'cd Sh:p ii:
C.o Ltd





I Id
I i .t I .1 p11 : ( :

ho I -. I 'I :, ,::%

'::;.'a!, acr: Ld IS a : v .it'!


B.
44,,. 5..,. '.5,.. i '41'5
4 I ,.. 4,.~ i \r.\ ue







'A
1~~~ '.,'
4, ,,.


can prove fatal to arteries

By LEIAORD RDFI'Ii


Vi ..h." Sernt';n i f "'.r s


YOUNG ARTERIES
A Aonri/r All r Ci "


Arteries are seldom mentioned 'bthe.e -- a's without the -
companion words 'har :.i and ".htlester A lot
of misconception has ariseLn frr ha undersAod ; :
issued by physicians and medical lab .ra.rU s orn the need riiR 4
to "limit the diet" to av. Ti ad.... : the '.teri. .
(arteriosclerosis). the conm-E ito: v ,'h -ret.ms ads
to a heart seizure or t.o rup:ur'd bt ..I 'essels in the
brain. That is why my sixth and final commandment is,
"Young arteries above all else."
Cholesterol is a fat-like ;b- ': : hardened coal ,,' up the grate in
| edec ed coal P -up the grate in
stance found in ev ery is n ',r furnace. And unburned fats
Since cholesterol occurs in all l -','- ar' ple up on the walls of your ar-
living matter, we know its es ..- ;".
sential to the bodv It ha' t- e'.n .:: ".' ,' y My advice on , i, to keep
established beyond all doubt :t -. '. t.
that the body can manrufatr a or arternies young' would be
tt the oy n r ,, only half complete if I were to
its cholesterol need,,s 1iuMh r. .... ic,. o,, e;. : r; t reportin. the en-ourri2
we know that under normao con- drat- results being obtained in
ditirns e x c e s unw.n'ted i.',; 'h ; fv%-( d.. of cases of .iarde:'d
amounts of this fatty .iub-tanc :. : h and > *-* d itr es treated with ch, ine and
can be destroyed in the y ,, n t p :: -,., o meil, n er- of the
But the most important thin : h at- ,in -omplex fniiliv
for you to remember about chol- r not: r fat f-i, ,,;;:. and mIno-itol are found
esterol is this: The consumption ti, :: n h fats to, o b ,t hh protein foods-Ilea
of heavy starches causes de- deo ied stiad f .f ben lamb, organ ni.as
posits of cholesterol to form in d f,,r v Th fat eat r. kidne heart, brains
the body. mainly in the arteries, im e f or ferLr other- 'i natural heese
CHOLESTEROL BLAMED a n hle and misitol defi
t ;l ; ;he ir- .'ie ,:-ults mariniv from a
Today. some medical --l : .. f; ,i' i., protein and hi oh in
tists place the blame f,,r ... . b:n d w h hih- i rbohvdrates
much cholesterol in the bi, 1 sd. \d to avil d the l d irc:
foods that actually are valua id Ii, ;,i t i p i, these un. anted ...,v do., orders which ra n k
sources of nutrition--cheee. e' ...i .:,,.-i l. -sc thehief killers pa-t tIh
yolk, liver, gland meats ard : ,r ,r.:: th wi:- 'h 401 yn e.irnest plea i-
unsaturated vegetable ,! Star ing with your next
Diets are '. pri ir.sn ,d ; : p u,, urself for life on a
that greatly restrict th e f -rot w-starch,
F111 I1-protem low-starch, lo' f it


nhese excellent foods %i-1 1pr,-
hibited are pork, pies. r:ii
cakes, cookies and all fr:.,d
fooxds-none of which. ,f coii .r
should be given a place in at',
diet
thingng however. seem to
be said about white bread, d.d
vitalized cereals, white rnc.
macaroni and similar pu r
starch items.
Now let's check into the prac-
tical wisdom of these '"iw,-ft '
diets currently l'be inL prescnbri-d
indiscriminately for persons sou--


: : -" ;' U I.it t,, u -.i!'tuund

':, .0 } h -i:' In ude a

:,,*r: f ..>dcd '.;,!. If v ,bur '-r \
\oir r r w jF h t: o ini'th _'
l :e ,,r ~4 .k.d ,'; li the fire m
yi.ir firnier by pilng aion too
rnlch coia v,.iu can readily un-t
der-tand tha.t over filing is
-,m-tint n .. t,, s oided ['n-
burrnd y '.,nid flood outt the
tarbiuretr 'r i \rtr .i nriburn-


/


WE ALSO HAVE THE ONLY

DRllY NONSTOP TO CHICAGO, DETROIT,

ANDTWO FLIGHTS A DAYTOJAITAICA.


' *. h, t ," t ,A ,, r .. ... ,- ,, -









air JOmaica
WE MAKE YOU FEEL GOOD ALL OVER


DON'T BE PAI(t Kl !
And. abir.e (all, don't 1b pa:
jked by half-understo-d p4 b
. 1 d reports rof 'expen 'rintii 4
.irterio sclerosiss 1intoi Itr i!: '
-':'timn hih protein food, w:ih h
are a imoni Vyour richest 'soii. '
of the .. I 'I. Oinr ., ch ,o lne
tid inositol.
If for any valid rea -n vyoi
, annot consistently follow a
hi h protein diet, thInr I url'
-4. to your rneart'et l.ealth
-tore for a suppl: of lecithin
irainui- tve this natural food
iibstance t, obtain supplen'rn-
it a 'teo nt- of choline ani i l -i
: i: p)reteIt acc mIIIulation f
Iiholesterol on arteril walls
Within t'he- Six CoImarnd-
meints lies the nucleus of ..
dicriarv truth They aror thf k,'-
stoner of all l your effoirt- to b.,
come a trim. radiant pti--i ,.
I'owin tu ,i'1 health andI N r

Gm -U,"- b, is .d .'-' A..
, qh 4 444e4 Ds'.ib' e yd by ( ie 4
FA!t fes, Sy-d;calp


Next: Bloodsbot eves.
youth is vanishing. Skin's
tion revealed by dark.
pouches. Lustrous hair
linked to diet.


show
condi-
puffy
found


Monday, February 25, 1974


Nixon aide favours


impeachment


I


-rpcaI xemntr
-tCnto


15 Cu. Ft. REFRIGERATOR
FROST FREE
ON WHEELS
AVAILABLE IN COLOURS
LARGE FREEZER & FRESH
FOOD SECTIONS
ONLY 302" WIDE!


PULL VYpft


WA;]iAP #f Y


$5200o
10% CASH DISCOUNT

AMERICA'S No. 1
MAJOR APPLIANCE VALUE


GEOFFREY JONES

& CO., LTD.

Cr. Rosetta & Montgomery Sts.

Phone 2-2188-9
N.B. PUC WIRE NOW IN STOCK


Buy Your Easter Shoes NOW


SOFF


ON ALL NEW STOCK.


Men $AVE up to IS.'" on the latest high fashion shoes.


Ladies' $AVE


up to 110.'" on your fashion footwear


'All other stock now on Sale at even LOWER PRICES.


SALE ENDS FEBRUARY 28th.


Shoe Stores
BAY ST. JOHN BULL BUILDING
MADEIRA SHOPPING CENTRE


NOTICE
AUTOMOTIVE & INDUSTRIAL DISTRIBUTORS
LTD. ON WULFF ROAD, JUST EAST OF MACKEY
STREET WILLBE CLOSED
FOR ANNUAL IA
STOCK-TAKING
ON THE FOLLOWING DATES.

THURSDAY 28TH FEBRUARY AID
FRIDAY 1 ST MARCH
SATURDAY 2ND MARCH -


I I II I I II II


I


r ~e


i
I



I


\V \SIII\(;IO\ I \P) A
0 1 i m. \, h i IH ou se
,pc iln \ h Ic:" i a -. that v ith
i' l .is 1, on l il'd
IP! dc;dit \i Ion should fe
11ip. .i11C tIor abl s' of pow ecr
.aii '.i:I .' -' ;A fk lull airing ol
Yii k \Arid.w"s Jr. w"ho
; '.! l.i' D l)c ibilti ,i ttcr

. :'. i ::;; \ \ I.'n ,i -ltl c l'oril


*i; .^ .i;- i c' i'.h.. ;! il' irc .iib ii c

.... w l' .h w ing M londi.i l I
: ht publicS



I":. u l ris iii t \
I a lh I


S' itly hate
.. . h' I i' 1 ..'c! lh i i h
v q- a!'ll tile !">|l\ci llllCnt

S :' and \. .i.iplc ut.
'" ".* III. hli, l rl d C 01 u"



i' J \ I -t 1 11d,.i, l





111 .1 .l
.- t
0.. I jl w !k, 1j
,: ,: b ," ,. b ',, .
"-. . :. i- -4 < ;:c {i c'ih'
,' .7 '<;; : ': ::: .' [M L' th~t r c


BAHAMA ISLANDS 1969 No. 38
IN THE SUPREME COURT 1969 No. 75.
Equity Side

THE QUIETING TITLES ACT, 1953

The Petitions of SKEES LIMITED in respect of All those
two tracts of land situate on Great Abaco Island, namely:
Quieting 1969 No. 38. All that tract of land formerly
property of Thomas Russell, originally granted Robert
Laing by the Crown. comprising about seventeen acres
near Lower Turtle Rocks, bounded westwardly by land
originally granted James Major and eastwardly by land
originally granted Mathew Winder by the Crown,
northwardly by a reservation for road along the Sea, and
southwardly by Crown Land, through which the Abaco
highway now runs.
Quieting 1969 No. 75. All that tract of land formerly
property of Thomas Russell originally granted Thomas
Roberts by the Crown comprising about seven acres
bounded eastwardly by a road reservation separating it
from land originally granted Jabez Lowe '.vestwardly by
land originally granted Ernest Reister northwardly by
land originally granted Curry and Roberts by the Crown,
and southwardly by the Pond, through which the Abaco
highway now runs, in vicinity of Thurston Bay.

SKEES LIMITED claims to be owner in fee simple in
possession of an undivided one-third interest by
documentary title in the above described two tracts of land
ind has made applications to the Supreme Court under
Section 3 Quieting Titles Act 1959 to have his titles to the
said lands investigated and declared in Certificates of title.
Copies of the filed survey plans .,nay be inspected on the
Notice Board of the Commiss.oner's Office at Marsh
Harbour, at the Registry of the Supreme Court and at
the Chambers of E. Dawson Roberts on Parliament Street,
Nassau.
Notice is hereby given to occupants or adjacent owners and
any person having dower or right to dower adverse claim oi
a claim not recognized in the Petitions shall before the 19th
day of March 1974 file in the Supreme Court and serve on
the undersigned a statement of their claim in the prescribed
form verified by an affidavit filed therewith. Failure of any
such person to file such statement of claim on or before the
19th of March 1974 will operate as a bar to such claim
E. DAWSON ROBERTS & CO.
Parliament Street, Nassau.


IL











Monday, February 25, 1974

FOR 3 in 1 ) P .
LAWN SERVICE
FERTILIZE FL Ci Ii.L
PEST CONTROL X
TROPICAL 2-2157 W ith -


NOTICE I


a -


t ,ii t i'


Med


fl I ~' I P41 ;tj


5
5.-n


i 1 lain.


1 ,4U n l -/m_ "
:" ;ind ; -itc .': *'. e Ii
F. 'r*..h ^ v f. .



.1-,


F fif
^^ C Bv p r e 4 s' .


II


-f


ii
SI


i" : i' .


'A..
C'.-' -


I







I


D ueoAx bt


E"R PBI- ;IsTT'V): Your doctor probably has
f'-iif;! I in mind, and I don't blame him.
S-i on didnt even discuss it with your
;ere afraid he'd object, so the doctor
f the t gery. your husband may come
a -ipon. l.hti; "What have you
Sld h fact the way it was!"

I have fou: wonderful children
S: D have. until a few months
S 'll call Vera joined his organi-
S .'nfiine her naritai problems to him.
S Al Vera prolens seem to be
: : O 'a. says it's good for
Shave iFar 'el me these things,
t der why a woman should tell
S,. n i she hardly knows Or do you
c:- . .' ette:- than Earl lets on?
S i dnt care o ar r any more about
Si C t 0' to drive hi"i away from me.
S- and open relationship .
TROUBLED
Sit V.ra should discuss her marital
;. i. ;'h p ssinal counselor, and Earl should
S* : !--;';,ntit; her problems may be good for Vera.
S ; -:- en1 Earl. it's bad for your marriage.

Planning nmy wedding and my
:e don't want any children or even
old it he okay to put, "No chil-
a: -. t ,h e e.' v i' t al' i P'n s
PAT ,,.';! ,iGLO
,; it sounds like you're sending out
1 iin t.". an N idt movie.
I -,


. I-5
I" -
It-', -= j -


wp2r


1 2 r I [S'


Imperial 3- S

Three Doors To Til


^ v =.^ .


I -ii


in Convnie nce
See it at our Adm -


1MiN


.- % ;


is

'4t


4


I


111 SHIRLEY STIREE *
I I I1 IR. w "% -'!.


liii ii til S I


-S 1. 1) (i ros-
; .li- . lIt t!l.-


I5!' -i .: 1i ;n phcn-




WPM M
i 1 ; ii Si~ i : *i


: "- "sir'' I [ ''i in
i) ..j \{ I


-: ,. -:n,!. -i ; .o R ied is




HiH,
\I., ;. r -4 r.i c o pai .
.( ", (, at-' il"- .2{1. \ r.
1 I :* :^ *. .f '. >5i). H od ( *.\..
.. ..! O wi:' t 'J q !M{.
,, . i ,i^,K ,r, Hit ii 5: i k!
\ ]* : \! --. .1 l lo l l ,l.-s. S ^ (l^ a,11,





,' * < !\ I 1) I > : :


-\ !" l: i -. i'Yi i ,( )\l( | K'( r,1
i i.- ", : } :i ,r fi ,1


'LATHER:


V j ill 1 :


Ii


I iDES:


.


'/.


1-DAY ANDROS



ADVENME

FREE ,


SAN A N-0ROS BEACH C i. ,,


BAHAMA .. 'y
HARBOUR
HOMESITES NOW AVAILABLE
10,000 sq. ft.
ONLY $2,995 ...


._5


Visit San Andr s...


,.-. S e'. r sidenti aliagricultural
', t San Andros Inn & Tennis
A r' i on rototbike, See
it i, pi'.attu its of a Ifetimne. Sar
*:i b- p t be back in tite for dinner!


.. i 'mch a;1i ,

!.r... .. :",c Co rh 1


ayt


$50 DOWN and $41 A MONTH!


1i ___ --~ ~ 11 4C- --I-IIP~~~~bA~~~~~lh- ~ ---P 1111


NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that HUBERT CONSTANTINE
SMITH of Owens Town Andros Bahamas is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
r. as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
thi 'ct-s within twenty-eight days from the 25th day of
February 1974, to The Minister responsible for Nationality
iad Citizenship, P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.


STARTS TUESDAY -
Matinee 3-00 & 5:00, Evening 8:30-'Phone 2-1004, 2-10055




=|i PGNA WE ON'ICTBCO.R MOM
YUL BRYNNER RICHARD BENJAMIN
PARENTAL DISCRETION ADVISED.
Reservations not claimed by 8:15, will be sold
on first come, first served basis.

I
Last Day Tuesday Last Day Tuesday
Matinee starts at 2:00 Continuous Showings
Evening 8:30 from 3:00
E BLACK GIRL" PG. "BLOODOFTHE
Brock Peters, DRAGON" R.
Leslie Uggams Wang Yu
PLUS PLUS I
"SOYLENT GREEN" PG. "RIDE BEYOND
PLUS Late Feature
Tuesday night. VENGEANCE" PG.
'Phone 2-2534 Vo one under 18 will be admitte



I NOW SHOWING
Matinee Continuous from 1:45, Evening 8:30'Phone 3-46
BLACK GODFATHER IS BACK m
TL ... andhe's takin i
over te town



FRED WILUAMSON coLtoR. E I
Plus! "THE HUNTING PARTY" R.
S NO ONE UNDER 18 WILL BE ADMITTED.


4 1 J


TAYLOR INDUSTRY ES


___ _


~ -1


agggagage


~?b~9~~~sag[r*~l~a~l~sl~~-- ---


vc


I ..


- 0 ... :. ... t -


I;


I













8 ___________


Uhr~~~~~~~~- -rttrMnaFeray2.17


CLASSIFIED


SECTION


C LASSIIED ADVS. BRING RESULTS-FAST
TO PLACE YOUR ADV. TELEPHONE 21986 EXT. 5


REAL ESTATE


C13559
4 BEDROOM. 2 bathroom
unfurnished house with carport
and sewing room. FOR SALE
Call 31671 31672 (9:00 an.m
12:00; 2:00 p m 5:00
p.m. Weekdays)

C 13604
LOT 118' 155' MONTAGE u
HEIGHTS. CuOMpletei
encioe'd .-ith btb .i a fruit
trees, $18,000.00 Phone
585512

CI13ob
FOR SALE
3 bed',,om- 2 bath house
franr- qg avaiiabi e Phone
2 1495 or '

C13609
CENTRE LLE 4 lots
(60.000 sq.ft. ) icludirg
aQuait' built buddin-ig with
'hte units rentable ideal 'fr a
Ch;r h. ...- ,1 Building.
Offices, Apartmernts et:.
Valued $179,000 00 Owner
A, ld sell for .' $ '! to '."
S'. ROUGH STREET
WEST opp British Colornial
three p operates One as low as
$100000.00 other two
relatively cheap. Good location
'or tourist trade, or
INVESTMENT. Invest in high
class pro erties' to beat
nflation.
ARCADE BUILDING
OPPOSITE Malvoims on Bay
Street lowest pi ice available
on main street See anytime
THREE UNIT APARTMENT
BLDG. adjacent Racquet Club
Grounds 55 by 150. Income
$5000.00 yearly askinq oni!
$27,500.00. '.. or without
terms.
DIAL NICK DAMIANOS, THE
ACTION REALTOR 22033.
22305, evenings 41 197

C 13579
DELIGHTFUL hilltop ct'.
r-sidence wath spertawOar viev %
of t.wrm, hharbou- ad 0 we1 .
Three bedrooms, three
Bathrooms, living room.
-eparat dslinq :.s.'i b- eak'at
oomre. thene. aiduiry I J '
'wo,-a-r gjaaae Secluded
w liF lIig pool a!cd p Ti, i 0 aled2
F Lilly ali c: :rdit io' ieL ais
lilting fans. House on ha1 f aci.-
'.j walled ,- !eods.apeod
grounds. $160.000 'urnished.

Attractive Westwrvi0 Vilh-
fou -bedroom,. two bath in.
evidence with swvr.,inmng poQ'.
-.nd patio area. L . -
5epa rate breakfast area,
idundry. garage Lot 9 0' ,
130'. idrndscaped. $68.000
urin. shed.

Ttue" exceptionally dese ibi-
rommercal lots 100 feet by
150 feet each Centrevie on
Coliins Avenue, F, urth Te",ae
ast it.1 Last Tor.-
S ti' ent r y ,i'itable ',,
Dr oqssionai Jff,(, use 'i
a p t rnp c s Sp t i v e

with Datius onJ. dl' t t.2 ,!

10 dd' .-type apd m,.,. Al
app.. i h: -.

r G (HR!ST!t LT-
li.one 21041 4
C1337t.
DAVSON S REAL FSTAsT
CO. LTD
Certo',ed Real ESta, Bro: e
Phone, 2 178 5540E
P U B:x N-4 48
Nassa Bahari s
Proudi. Drnser.
SMAS,-fi-G RE ALL
ESTA T7E ARGAINS
THPROU ,'OU T r
C O '/O N'-; E.A L ] ,
2, 3 a- a 4 BEDPO .'
HOUSI S thp '; ,".,,
area'. s
(- i\ST :. "N )O '


SAN SOU. I
BLAIR i ST. SEl
GLENISTON GUARD, N S
A r j T '.-, '
THLF GROVP i^.t ba, )
SKYLINE HtEIGIHTS
NASSAU EAST
SEA BREELZE
VILLAGE ROAD
GOLDEN GATES
HIGHLAND) PARK
PROSPECT i: .'.
WESTWARD VILLAS
C 0 N D O M I N U 0
APARTMENTS in PARADISE
ISLAND
EAST BAY STREET
WEST BAY STREET
HOTELS and HOTEL SITES,
BEACH LOTS, COMMERC-
IAL LOTS, RESIDENTIAL
LOTS
ACREAGE 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 21
P. 0. Box N-4648
Nassau, Bahamas.


178


REAL ESTATE


C13627
BUY NOW!
SAN ANDROS
LOTS
14,500
sq. FEET!
Almost 1/3 acre
$45 DOWN, $45 per MONTH
CALL OR VISIT
FRANK CAREY
REAL ESTATE
P. 0. Box N4764
BAY & DEVEAUX ST.
Tel. 27667, 24815

FOR RENT
C13497
one bedroom fully furnished
apartments Centrev il;
District. RPing 5-8679 Don'
Pritchard.

C 13600
BA. ALl Y furnished 1
bedroom 1 both, kitchen
hv 'ICq r aC d inq are .
Montiose Avenue. Telephone
2-17 2-5 .ind 2-38b5


C13538
COTTAGES and apartment'
rmonthly ai conditioned,
fully finished, maid' service
available. Lovely garden and
swimmTing pool Telephone
31297. 31093.

C 13599
BAS1. A LV fuInished 2
bedroom (1 bedrIooism air
condit--nod) 1 bath, kitchen
ivinrg & dininq aiea, washing
'machIIe Morntlose Avenue.


Telephone 2 1722
"-3865


5 and


C 13630
LF-'5 i t spacious 1 bedroom
apart ent '.. distance
t'om town and shopping
cenre. Phone 23709 34881

C13633
NASSAU HI LLCREST
TOWE RS
laundry facilities
1 bedroom apartment $250 per
month.
2 bedroom 2 bath apartment
$410 per month
availablee April Ist)
Fully furnished. Lease
required. Contact
7 8421 2. Evening 7 7065

C1 3658
HOUSE suitable for store or
office Madeira Street facing
Shopping Plaza Contact
2-3170.

C13566
2 COTTAGES on DealI's
Heights semi-furnished. For
ntur mntation call 2-4656
daytime or 4-1238 nights.

CARS FOR SALE
C13624
/.70 FORD 4 door like
Nas-sau Flor st
telephone 2-42:23

13379
BLACK CHEVROLET
CAPRICE in excellent,
condition L J Knowles. Tel.
58134.


1n3 VOLKSWAGEN 1300
SilOdjn [Ic1 ellent condition
,idi'. whit- wall tyres. llow
aqg to e ,i d i '74 to '75.


FOR SALE
( 13594
Beautify vout garden
Dutch Flower Bulbs

Glad o tcr
MO0DERNISTIC GARDEN
& PET SUPPLY
-2868

1' i3632
5 PIE(E Dinnette Set $75
Hollywood Bed $85
WE GIVE CREDIT RIGHT IN
STORE
CENTREVILLI DRUGS &
JEPT STORE
Phone 5-9342.

CI 3657
1 LOT in Little Blair
1968 Buick Skylark, power
steering, power brakes 2
doors, a.iconditioned.
I wood desk and chair
Phone 2 2386 ( 8 to b) 3-2023
even i' gs

C13635
BABY furniture, clothes etc.
good condition Phone 42267
after 3 p m


C13650
F ISHE R Amplifier 500-120
Watts
Kenwood Radio/Stereo tuner
K.T. 7000. Good bargain.
$400. Phone 5 731 7 after 6.

C13378
TUITION
THE RAPID RESULTS
COLLEGE World-famous
postal tuition for the GCE.
School Cert. and
Accountancy. Banking. law,
Marketing, Company
Secretaryship Examinations.
For details of our specialised
courses write for Free copy
of YOUR CAREER to The
Rapid Results College
Department. TNI Tuition
House London SW19 40S.


DINING GUIDE


I
i'I~


Manager
Friendly Big "Al Collie"
Hostess Ms Penny Kemp
THE BRIDGE INN
NOW SERVING LJI,.rI
Open 11:00 a.m. 5.00 p.m.
FREE PARKING

C13613
ORDER YOUR TURTLE PIES
AND NATIVE DESSERTS
FLO MAJOR
TELEPHONE 3-1119

MARINE SUPPLIES

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

C13381
PACEMAKER 44 ft.
Luxurious Cruising yacht
Phone 3-2371.


SCHOOLS

C 13386
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 ani
8:30 a.m. or after 6 p.m. or
35084 anytime.

C13660
THE BAHAMAS GOSPEL
MISSION INC- Montrose
Avenue, Shu iley Heights,
Nassau N. P. DAY NURSERY
AND KINDERGARTEN
*We welcome you to bring
your infants to the Nursery,
it's not just a baby-sitting affair
it's a training centre from 8
a.m. to 6 p.m.. where your
child gets good care.
*The kindergarten prepares
your child to enter any
primary School without fear.
We have trained staff, clean,
spacious anrd happy
surroundings and comfortable
individual desks
INVESTIGATE: Your child
should have a good foundation
for a good education.
FOR INFORMATION CALL
AT THE MISSION OFFICE.

C13626
Aquinas College has scheduled
Saturday. March 2, 1974, ut
8:30 a.m. in Garfunkel
Auditorium, for the entrance
examination for students
desiring to attend Aquinas in
September 1974.
There are limited places for
new students:
20 in Grade 8
60 in Grade 10
25 in Grade 11
Applications may be obtained
at Aquinas on .'...r.1. through
Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00
p.m. The DEADLINE for
completed application forms is
February 27, 1974.


HELP WANTED
C 13446
SPOR4TSFISHERMAN boad
captain. Must have 5 years
experience with diesel engine,.
Permanent position. Give full
information: Worldoil, P. 0.
Box N7776. Nassau.

C 136-18
SALESMAN required in
nursery Must have full
knowledge of all tropical
plants. Apply i person
Modernistic Garden & Pet
Supply. Madeira Shoppinq
Centre.

C 13649
WANTED: Experienced
salesman to sell foods and gifts.
Applicant is to be ambitious
neat in appearance, and must
have some expert rence in food
or giftware business
Apply in own hand writing
giving resume of past
experience and references to
Solomon Brothers. P. 0. Box
F 318, Freeport, Bahamas.

C6712


JOB TITLE: TWO
INSTRUMENT REPAIRMEN
MININIUM EDUCATION High
school graduate or equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years industrial instrumenta-
tion experience
DLUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Install, repair, calibrate test
and adjust any type of
integrating, indicating or
graphic electrical or mechanical
instrument.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT Personrnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P 0 Box F-100.
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


HELP WANTED


C 1362q


Mackey Street
next to Frank's Place.

C 13498
FOR your building needs and
CRANE hire see:
ISLAND BUILDERS
LIMITED P. O ,c,
N-4559 Phone 31671 3167"


C13443
SEWING MACHINE
PARTS AND REPAIRS
Island Furniture Co.
P. O. Box N-4818,
NassauDowdeswell and
Christie Streets
Telephone 21197, 23152

C13656
FOR EXPERT
RADIO TV SERVICE
contact
Channel Liectronics Ltd.
TV Specialist
Wulff Road. Phone 35478.


SI TRADESERVICE


I I TRADE SERVICES I


C13503
DECALS, Bumper bSi "-,
posters, quantity signs,
quantity printing on plasti-
work, metal paper, fabrics etc.
ARAWAK ART. Phone
2-3709, Montrose Avenue.


C 13558
WANTED, Male Bahamian
labourer/combination yardman
and .ii,.li,, to keep four or
five acres of grounds and serve
as janitor of large building, 5
days per week.
Please write Box N8154, listing
previous experience and
,eferences.
C13651
5 MEN Urgently needed for
(Farm Work) Report to W. 1.
McKinney, Lincoln Boulevard,
P. 0. Box 1312, Nassau,
Bahamas.
C6711
JOB TITLE: EXPEDITER
PURCHASING & STORES
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate of
equivalent.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Reviews stores requisition for
correctness; posts requisitions
to Kardex cards; calculate
values; posts charges to spread
sheet by cost center and work
costs and expense code; pulls
order card when quantity on
hand is equal to/or below
re-order point.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C 13639
JUNIOR CREDIT ASSISTANT
IN
INTERNATIONAL
BANKING
Must have following
qualifications:
1. Graduate of recognized
university preferably witn
degree in accounting, business
administration, economics or
finance, or
2. Good high school record and
minimum three years banking
experience with emphasis on
analysis of financial
statements, loans
documentation and related
correspondence.
3. Foreign language helpful but
not required. Applicant will
receive indoctrination in
various banking departments
and activities for an indefinite
period before being assigned
specific duties and
responsibilities. Starting salary
commensurate with
educational background and/or
experience.
Attractive fringe benefits.
Only Bahamian applicants with
above qualifications need
apply. Please send curriculum
vitae to Adv. C13639 c/o The
Tribune. P O Box N-3207,
Nassau.

TRADE SERVICES

C13391

binder; Custom4.,

Brokrcae Ltd.
Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU. BAHAMAS
P.O. BOX N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
!EAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICES
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE:2-3795. 2-3796
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 7-7434
FREp ESTIMATES

C13607
LANDSCAPING and for all
your gardening needs,
trimming, hedging, pruning,
tree felling and beach cleaning
call 57810. LAWNS AND
HE DG ES Prompt
reasonable and efficient
service.

C13390
T.V ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes,
apartments and hotels
SALES AND SERVICES
Call 5-940z
WORLD OR MUSIC,


GRAND BAHAMA




CLASSIFIED


II FREEPlRT TEL. 52-N6


HELP WANTED
C6714
BODY AND PAINT MAN,
own tools, 5 years experience.
Kent Motors, Box 384,
Freeport (352-7231).


C13664
THE BAHAMAS
REFINING COMPANY
seeking personnel fc
Refinery operations..
Applicants should be
and experienced in c
more phases of Shop an
Machine Work, Inc
Electricity, Instrumer
Welding, Pipefitting,
Making, Engine 0'
(Heavy Diesels
Automotive) and .
Equipment Operation (
and Trucks). Work invol
daily repair and over
applicable refinery equ
and facilities.
Applicants should have
education in mathe
reading and writing. Pre
will be given to men wh
had previous refined
industrial plant expe
Starting salary come
with expel ience and edu
Qualified persons re
further information.
write to Boico Pe
Off ice, P. 0. Box F
Freeport, Grand Bahar
apply in person to Mini
Labour in Nassau


NASSAU


BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL


DIRECTORY

SSave Time



By



.lilst Ik Ts Dirctly Crl 21U i)


I Lin INllt I'F


iJA~tTIME SAVE MONEY
I


ANTENNAS
Island Tv 2-2618
AUTOMOTIVE
Lucas Batteries
Bay Street Garage 2-2434
BODY BUILDING
Wong's Barbell Club
5-4506
BOOKSTORE
The Chrician Book Shop
5-8744
BUILDERS
Richard's Constrniction 5-708C
BUSINESS FORMS
Executive
Printers 2-4267/5-4011
CAMERAS
John Rull 2-A252/3

CARPETS
Lee's Caroet Craft 3-1993

DRAPERIES
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993

DRUGS &
PRESCRIPTIONS
McCartney's 5-6068/5-2127
ENTERTAINMENT
Movies
Film & Equip. Service 2-2157
GARDEN & PET
SUPPLIES
Modernistic Garden
& Pet_____ 2868
Nassau Garden & Pet
Montrose Avenue 2-4259
HARDWARE
John S. George 2-8421/6
WRECKER SERVICE
Gibson Wrecker
Service


2-8896 I Window & Door Specialists
5-4460

FOR THE ACTION Y10 WANT

| I II IIII III)
mmmm mmma mmemmc mmm m
Shop Nassau Merchants

For Business And Services


j


2 LIn PirH tl 'II"


HOUSE PLANS
Evangelos G. Zervos 2-2633
LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING
New Oriental Laundry
2-4406
MEN'S & BOY'S WEAR
The Wardobe 5-5599
MEN'S WEAR
Fashionette Ltd. 2-2376/7

MUSIC
Cody's Records 2-8500

OPTICIANS
Optical Service Ltd. 2-3910/1

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

RADIO & T.V. SALES
Carter's Records 2-4711
RUBBER STAMPS
Wong's Rubber Stamp
Co. 5-4506
SPORTS GOODS
Champion Sport Land 2-1862
TRAVEL
Playtours 2-2931/7
R.H. Curry & Co.,
2-8681/7
TRUCKING SERVICE
Gonzalez Trucking
3-1562/2-4726

TV REPAIRS
Channel Electronics Ltd.
3-5478
WINDOW/DOOR
REPAIR.


OIL
Y. is
or itso

skilled
one or
d Field
dustrial I
station.
Boiler
overhaul
and
Heavy
(Cranes
ves the
haul of
ipment

a basic


HELP WANTED

C6712
JOB TITLE: TWO
INSTRUMENT. REPAIRMEN
MINIMUM EDUCATION High
school graduate or equivalent.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years industrial instrumenta-
tion experience
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Install. repair, calibrate test
and adjust any type of
integrating, indicating or
graphic electrical or mechanical
instrument.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


HELP WANTED

C6713
ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT TO RESIDENT
INNKEEPER: Must have
excellent typing and
shorthand; must have worked
in large hotel for at least two
(2) years, must be able to act
for Resident InnkeeOer when
he is not available; must have
worked as executive secretary
before. Must be a graduate of
high school and business
college.
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.

C6711
JOB TITLE. EXPEDITER
PURCHASING & STORES
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate or
equivalent.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2 3
years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Reviews stores requisition for
correctness; posts requisitions
to Kardex cards; calculate
values; posts charges to spread
sheet by cost center and work
costs and expense. code; pulls
order card when quantity on
hand is equal to/or below
re-order point.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


I swo Marsh Ilarbour men.
Hubert Bethel and Percival
Albury are secretary and
treasurer, respectively.
(.1 I ',1 SPEAK -RS
It was strange however, that
none 1 of these men spoke at the
convention. In addition to Dr.
llospers, the other guest
speakers were Nassau
representative Cleophas
Adderley (Ind I and Mr.
Richmond Bostwick, a Nassau
businessman who has been
,loseis associated with the
Free A baco (Council and AIM,
1 he only Abaconian to
speak was C. N. Mcintosh of
Cooper's I own, who is
president ot the Cooper's
lown laxi Cab Association
Only five black Abr.ionians
were in the audience
A PI'IP for 12 years, Mr
Mclntosh said it took him that
long to realise that government
is the servant of tile people,
nut the people the servant of
the government.
lie made no reference either
to independence, self-determina-
tion or home rule for Abaco,
rule for Abaco,
Ils only comment was to
suggest that "the only way to
change the government is to do
it at the poll. "It your present
representative does not please
you," he said, "make your
change at the poll."
What do Abacunians hope to
achieve through AIM, and how
representative is it of the black
and white population of the
island?
'OlV \, 1\II RI SI
Mr H111l admits that the
philosophy behind the
movement is for the moment
limited to a small nucleus. He
says those who are most
interested are the young,
ambitious Ahaconians who feel
business enterprise at the island
is being stifled by the Pindling
government
He does not deny that most
of AIM's local support at
present is from white
Abaconians, but acknowledges
that the movement cannot
hope to achieve its goals or win
public opinion to its side unless
both black and white
Abaconians are prepared to
stand behind it.


a I _ __ ___I_ ---_ -_ _I_ I


As the commercial centre of
Abaco, Marsh Harbour is
naturally the hub of AIM
OWN Cl.)\ I Ri l
"We would like to see an
area where people could lise
without wasting all their
energies on politics," says Mr.
Hall. Government, he feels,
should be limited to the
preservation of law and order.
"What we are trying to do is go
back to individual control of
our own social environment."

Bert Williams' views are
probably typical of many of
the black businessmen itA
Abaco who want to see the
island progress but still want to
retain their ties with the
Bahamas.
"The role of AIM is good 1i
it goes in the right direction
towards home rule. It can help
both the black and white
people." Government, he says
by the very nature ot
Bahamian geography, has a
large- number of islands to look
after Some mnay be neglected
as a result.
"It is more practical that
every island capable of bringing
in its own revenue should hi
self-regulating anrd se!i
governing, but as part of th,
Bahamas (Conmmnonwealth,'"
\ illim.1i-. says.
NO I\lI I'I \I N \i I
Hie does not,. howevc
favour independence h."
Ahaco Itf AIM moies towJrd-
this lie will disassociate hinmw
from the party.
Asked how the black people.
of Abaco feel about home ruli.
Mr. Williams says about 50 p:
cent of those he has spoken
are in favour of the idea.
An outsider need otnly take I
superficial glance at Ahatco r-
realize the tremnendotu
potential of the 750 sqtuir
mile island. The islanders. .i
intelligent and progress.
enough to know that Abacti i.
deriving a great deal less from
the central government it:
Nassau than it is giving.
Tle collapse of thil
Owens-Illinois sugar project
had a siniticant impact on nth.'
island's ecolrmno I Mans
A haconians eel, and
justifiably so. that l'>
exercising more control u0"I
their own atllairs the .cani
better conditions at the island
Abaco is already light year-
ahead of the Cas.mans ii
development, and outsiders atn
only too well aware of this
There is no doubt the island
can become a leading banking
centre and a free trade /one ,,
outlined in AIM's "I-recdoin
Proposals'"
NO GRASS ROOFS
I he object ion to this
reporter at least, is that thi'
movement is not born from the
grass roots.'" It is beini
stage-managed by wealth
outsiders swho see Abaco as a
haven of iree enterprise where
they can put their mone>
without being bled to death by
government taxes.
AIM guarantees that the
Crown land of Abaco will
remain in trust for Abaconians
with a portion leased to
investors for development. I he
theory is sound if it can he
enforced.
Abaconians, whose racial
division is roughly equal, feel
they are being viclimi/ed hs
the PLP administration
Their biggest complaint is
the poor condition of the
Abaco highway which is the
main link between the island's
settlements.


settlements.


Abaco's AIM


~~n--~_-.- --- --- L_1,,--- -- _~1_,_-~~.___~~ __ _~ ___ _I


Welders
From Page 1
and Iron Company" the firm
working on expansion of the
Bahamas Oil Refining
Company in Freeport.
Mr. Arthur pointed out, Mr.
Baldwin added, that Chicago
Bridge had provided the
machinery and equipment used
for training at C. R. Walker.
NO BAHAMIANS
Mr. Baldwin said from Feb
7, up to today he ha's been
advertising for welders to work
on the project, and "not one
Bahamian has applied."
He added also that, as his
contract specified that welders
on the site be capable of
meeting American Petroleum
Institute standards, he has no
choice but to use the qualified
welders who have offered their
services, whether Bahamian or
not. He emphasised that no
Bahamian has answered his ads
He categorically denied
sub-contracting the project to
Mr. Mosely. He said Mr Mosel%
has been hired as foreman, and
is an hourly-paid employee on
the project site.


I i I ~i ~ ____~~ r, r


-- -


P


1


I


I


Ir


Is


I I


---------- -


----


From Page 1


I


Thr e ribittn


Monday, February 25, 1974


rma cs, the speaker's rostrum flanked
ference behind by a large banner
io have
ry or hearing the words "Abaco
Science. Independence Movement
nsurate 1974 National Convention
cation- Freedom Order Progress."
quiring On either side of the banner
should
isonnel was the national flag of Abaco

F-2435, a lighthouse radiating black
ia, or and white rays.
story of AIM's motto "No Man' is
Good Enough to be Another
Man's Master," was promi-
m, neatly displayed across the top
of the platform.
Out front AIM tee shirts and
bumper stickers were on sale.
i- POOR ITRN\otlI
Seating arrangements had
been made for delegates from
each of the 17 settlements, but
only Hope Town, Dundas
Town, Green Turtle Cay and
brown n Haven were
represented
The driving force behind
AIM, as it was behind the Free
Abaco Council, is 40-year-old
Nassau born Charles "Chuck"
Hall, who has abandoned his
business to devote his full time
to pushing home rule for
-\ba:co
Vice-chairman is 48-year-old
Bert Williams, a Dundas Town
builder who is one of the very
Sew black men involved with
AIM


[I


Sul IIOE SAVE MONEY <













974 I Monday, February 25, 1974


h ____irtbutn


"Good news! The machine the boss planned to replace
us with will use too much energy to operate."


BETTERR LEAVE DR DRUM OUT THEREBY. THIS IS ONE OF
THEM MS Y OTTA HAWM LE HER WITH KIV'S G6MS."
HAZEL


'You are now the proud owner of .

CROSSWORD AII CAG DAL

PUZZLE OL DAMA IGNG
ACROSS 28 Wild banan -D
1 Nepal resident 29 The birds V A
7. Kind of bear 30 Personification A
12. Creole dialect of Truth PAg0LED LI RE
13 Day's march 31. Loop and C0T
14. Marbles knot SHE | PA
i5. Worn out 32. Offer E I LES IV
16. Alternative 33 Prohibitionistt 0
17. Lie in the sun 34 Rainbow POTS DUr E NA N
18. Crowning 36, Cerium
glory symbol SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
I1. Bumblebee 37 Fncorn DOWN


22 Boil on the
eyelid
25 Sea bird
26. Ten of spades
27. Baked dish


39. Noted diva
43 French dance
44 Aloof
45 Item of value
46 Long bench


1 Spring
2 Beldam
3 Aviation term
4 Dynamo part


5 Wharf
6. Onager
7 Firecrackers
8 Bustard genus
9. Garden plant
10. Copy
11. Cerise
17. Fed up
18 Weight
19 Surface
20 Monogram
21.Tennis cup
23 Infinitesimal
24 Affirmative
votes
26. Whatnot
33 Blue
earthenware
35 Escalate
36 Restaurant
37. Movieland's
Gardner
38. Vapor
39 Roman.e
40 Kindled
41. Enzyme
42. That girl


Rupert and the Jolly IHolly-21



Ii ~ 2.., '


There is a short pause, then the trapdoor The Gomnie hesitates. It's strictly against
rises and the Gomnie peers out. What's the rules," he replies, "but just this once I "
all this commotion?" he asks. I thought As soon as Rupert has scrambled into the
you'd gone." I can't says Rupert. Just hole, the Gomnie closes the trapdoor and they
as I reached the top of the chimney I saw huddle there listening for the men's arrival.
those two men on their way here. So I had "Sh-sh!" hisses the Gomnie at the sound
to come back. Please, oh, please, will you of heavy footsteps above.
let me hide down there until they're gone?" ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


SCARROLL RIGHTER'S



from the Carroll Righter Institute
i GENERAL TENDENCIES: Plan in terms of the
'N biggest forward push you can think of, then
make all decisions and arrangements possible, so you will lose
little time going into action. Be openminded to progress now-
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Carry through with important
plans in an ideal fashion. Make worthwhile contacts. Avoid
one who has an axe to grind.
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) Contact higher-ups and you
get into your desired and proper place in life. A secret meeting
with a government official can bring fine advice
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Plan for a more worthwhile
social life; contact friends who can help you in this. Show a
little more spunk with mate.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Experts can give
you the right advice now so you can keep promises made more
easily. Follow an official's suggestions.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Gain your aims now by the right
course of action. Get in touch with out-of-towners and show
your loyalty for fine results.
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept. 22) Carry through with good
arrangements you have made with others. Use intuitive
faculties which can bring more success, even with your mate.
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct. 22) Understand what mate wants
from you now, since you have been too busy to pay much
attention to this person lately. Don't overwork.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Schedule your time and you
can begin the new week wisely and not on a note of frenzy
with too much to do.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec. 21) Program ideas and
activities for expanding your energy for best results. Plan
cultural and amusing recreation ahead of time.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Make your home a fine
and restful place. Get rid of unwanted objects, but with the
approval of kin. Think constructively in business.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) That new outlet you get
into can be handled brilliantly now. Enjoy the hobby you
really like in the evening
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Make big plans that will
require time, but will certainly add much to present
prosperity Take it easy tonight.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY . he or she can make
a big success in New Era outlets and the education should be
slanted along such lines, so don't try to tie your child down to
old-fashioned things, or you lose the fine promise in this
fascinating chart. This youngster comprehends the
fundamentals of any idea and can work out the details, but
will require co-workers to put them through. Give proper diet
early


Winning Bridge


By VICTOR MOLLO
TO reduce the advantage of
Partnership understanding, the
International Bridge Academic
hula inaugurated a competition.
the European Systenme Cup, in
which every member of a team
must play with every other mem-
ber.
The land below came up in
thiL, event, won; by the Belgians.
captained by Charles Monk. in
;i match against Omar 8harif's
Blue Team Club.
Dealer West: N/S Vul.
North
4 K Q 7 6 4
0 K 10 8 7 3
5 3
4
West East
1 a A .1 10 i
k Q 9 ti L ,
10 9 6 4 K Q J
* K 10 6 W J 9 1 :i
'South
9 3


V A J 54
SA 7 2
A 8 5 2
West North East
Pas~ Pas. 10
Pams 4V Dble
Monks 1V on the Sou
is questionable. Call It a
of style. East's double
take-out and West wou
,urely done better to bid
wolnt of the hand. howev
the play.


Sou'

Lh b
a ma
was
ild t
50
ver


West led a spade to East's 4A
and the *4J came back.
Monk decided to set up
dununVy, spades and at trick
three ruffed a spade with his 0 1
over ruffed by the Q. The dia-
mrond return was taken byv the
vA and a trump to the ', 10
riveaied the not .mnexeUted
4-0 rca t M2nkl nJw rutffe .1
"iaLke with th .A, ;U e -SJ
.tga;nst Wae', : s 4 .ti ,-ter
dlrawimllH thl i.ziet trump, .Cored
tluminv's tith SDOde-10 trLk>'


Chess


By LEONARD BARDEN






{W-l


England junior captain Terry
Chapman of 8t Joseph's College.
won the du Mont prize for the
oest game at the Evening Stan-
dard London championships
Terry (Black, to move) finished
in elegant style from toda"'
diagram where White has IL
played BxKt (K5). How did t .
game end ?
Z
0
Par times: 10 seconds, cne
master; 30 seconds, chess exper -
I minute. county player: ..J
minutes, club standard; D
minutes, average; 5 minute n
novice.


No. 37.00 by TIM McKAV
Across
I. A life on It has ihen a song
subJeet. (1. 4)
7. Drug. (4)
9. Move off with the tide
(3. 4)
12. Warmlnl drink. (3)
13. Depend. (4)


I. o(!e kind of remal Ilegure
IS. thought. (4)
.On the party cake (3)
Fu. Iuel. <4)
it. Voaallst ( Down
i. Lnusual etesCtlon (3. 6)
*I I creep. tina ( nag.). (9)
O Is. enough ( 3. 5)
4. Damae s istaied sI the
result of l rdnary use. (4)
1. Medicine bottle (4)
B. Cathedral city. (3)
s. Promising on ath. (8i

f a t-A "


1; Sweet l 9Ml
sub
st ante
19. i eranka

(3)1 Mslrsdev sol*tes


h rIhu


WHEN I CLOSE UP THE YOU ALWAYS TALKED ABOUT I'LL GIVE YOU THE
HOUSE EVELYN, WHY I SEEING HER ONE PAY! PRICE OF YOUR TICKET/
DON'T YOU TAKE THAT ANC, ONCE MRS.
HAVING OVERHEARD TRIP TO IRELAND YES--- UT THIS LESTER'S ESTATE IS
THE MAID ANSWER TO VISIT YOUR 6 SO SUPDPEN--- SETTLER I'M SURE
S~AE OF THE POLICE SISTER? ( ANP BEING YOU'LL BE
DETECTIVE'S PROBING WITHOUT RECEIVING
QUESTIONS, PAUL AJOB- A SIZABLE
LESTER TELLS HER BONUS
THAT SHE SHOULD
TAKE A TRIP.A


and
matter
for
sI STEVE ROPER & MIKE -NOMAD by saunders & overgard


MEAh/WWF, AT THE K/TCHEMN OC--


- SOMEBODY SHOULD
iNVENT AN ALARM CLOCK
7 THAT DOESN'T RING "


BUT IF IT DIDN'T RING
I YOU'D BE LATE FOR
L"'- WORK EVERY DAY


Chess Solution
1 . R-BI ch I strongerr than tite obvious
Rx B: 2 B-B3. Q-051 3 Q--Q. RxB ch:
4 K-QI R-B8 ch 1 5 K-K2 if S5 KxR. Q--R8
mate). R-B7 and Whzte restored because his
oueen ts lost.


-


n words of
four letters
Or munore ran
wor m oavyou m a k e
from the
Sn 0r letters shown
here lIn
wordword. ea oh
Y I E T letter Ilain
he used ohee
only. Each
word must contain the large
letter, and there must be at
least one elsht-letter word In
the list. No olurals ; no forrlin
words: no proper naule
TOIDAY', TARIIET: 41 word-.
good; 52 words very food ;
6(3 word. excellent. Solution
on Monday.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTION :
Imply lilt lily Ilmy limplimply
lump lumpily lumpy mill mill
mul l/MU TLY ,11i plly plrm
plum pluomy pull till tlllV tulip.


I


ie Comic Page



REX MORGAN, M.D. By DAL CURTIS

WAS WE UNCONSCIOUS PIP HE COMPLAIN OF
WHILE AREN UGHT IN L IMMEDIATELY
LO OF THE O WHE THE TRUCKAN TO PLEAD DID THAT A
SMALL COUNTRY TURNED OVER, D THAT WOANE WASBEAE THERE WERE WE
HOSPITAL, EX PINNED/ IT TOOK THEM















JUDGE PARKER CALLS MITIGATING CIRCUMSTANCES... CAME TO SEE 'YvOU NAME IS
ATTORNEY SAM AND TE DISTRICT ABOUT THIS? CALVIN!

OF INFORMATION
MAN MAY HAVE
UDGINCARCERATED!RKER By PAUL NICHOLS







APARUGGETMENT 3-G By Alex Kotzk A ACCORDINGLY


I


I


,,












10 he ri____hun


Monday, February 25, 1974


LINEUP FOR


VOLLEYBALL


THE FOLLOWING 24 players make tip the mien's, and ladies
volleyball teams which left today to represent the HBahanias in the
Central American and Caribbean (Gaies scAheduled to start ont


Wednesday.
DAVID BULLARD, In
P1 ofessiont-pluii ber Posi onrl
Spiker PRI Panaia 10
Columbia '71. Haiti "
Irunidad 73 Regionial am'
Miaiuni '4 1 caii-Wardrobc
Stars
LFSLIF CARTWRIGHT,
1 8 ic 'i ession11 -tainee at i (I n
Post Ottthe Postii n alliound
cr PRHI-( olunbhia I. l.i
72 I rinidad '7 g ir.
( I a il e M\ a i i 4
Team Wii.dinhie Str-
MARK CLARK, 20
ProIe-s,,Nii tea hier at \1)
l)Dases !S P sinon a!
rounrdet PRII ( ouI bhi. "
Hlait "i I "liid '
R giol'A I t.i ic['i s 4 I.. ;
%k atd!f,. S tl as
JOL DFMIRIITT I,
P r oI' 1 l




\L t Re' '
Nt to

ARNOI 0I)H RG. SON ,


X j-.s MI.n.: '-4 I -r


I lnndidJ Rc.', .;'.ii (,.li0t< .

Island ( laiill
n I'Bi R 1 \ l I i 1 M S I.,


S I V I I', , u' 1 '.
HI I l ' ," R I 1 0 .',


I slnd R I:
(;IRI s
M R( \R! I t 1 'I :h '


ii


I I, J ,) l H .
\ & I.

-l i.r .j 1 .' .



S11 I n! i ,


\l\SOM11 I)\\l


tIN


I ,


( tR .\ HI Pil RN


c R,, .l- 'RIi
JOHN I IR(GI SON. I

( n h. %I; o.,h,,:w B i u B \RI\R
: : :1 '



I F ROY FO X, ;'


i ii,, ( pt 1 PR11 i ;R ,T. H! i I \ I R\






j 14.1aIt StIll
P i. Inan: "u : :,;' ,ij.! t I .. '








Regional ,i" I '-11
reai:Pok e Rn i
FREDt IMA(CKl\ I
l o e i i I 1I ,1 I

I GARN I .K \R R '
Saill '4 I ,. ,


Star
KF V IN ROLI.
IP r'tessti'l stiudlnl (
Sw ees eing Im p t!.n- -p' i Pt. I
I rimidad '73 RK- ,. ( i!:
M iamt i "4 Il ,a e C't. ). '
I.ladutor
E DI IEs S Mi t H -
P ro)t ssI 'm ( l tI ii ( I' :, I
PositiiOII ill tulnJ *, I IR l
Coolumbia "71 11.nt "-


\ k \ ) l I '
r'


lFONNIt SSllllt ,, ,
t'ti'o! css|'l; s ldcnl \ I

'PRIl I midlad '-I I Rc i, '-a'
a 1 i n M" i a i 4
I i Pa ulise Island Bir<',
LLSIN' TIIOMPSiiN 24
S 't's n le hl/er. ("
\ 1': . 1osilion sei ter
I' I ( li b .
' 2. I ,i idid Ret i,,n.;l
mt i i ''4 .




Ii I e u l cc
St11SrlNI \ll jl k ]



' 4 I "i < I .1 ( o lj


sting




again


BI (II \I)Sfor1 lltRSIO\



H I i + | ,- ,,, ,,


1 \( K 1 \\


'II


Ii



14111 II


ml.'


R -.;' i,' I '1 I
It .-:l


I ',i ;' < I t (



I I''
I I I J' \ I




I 1 I 1 ,


I i.' I :


I , .l'


Ii . I


.: i !r u al positions "n the

-. iid basem,,an Sonn\
l.! :i whn scored .,4 (d Bek,,
''l i la't season, and
:.' ed Roosevel I turner
S rt stop round ouit the
r ''. i n I irnei scored 5" runs.
- .' I',^ bases and hit nine


V, ; !iiC Knowles a .304
age Ii lteir handles left
" :d. Si ltunes controls
i r an .iLd enns Tay or at
S' iii V inlin Jacilties plavs the


S' s that, there are
c ti I' Moni iir. N : Saws er
Sll "'Slicik" Burrows
i i the !orinl ol
t'.-, n.l l hitters.
S i ghening the pitching
S- e righj t hander
) i:' eritte who
S- l.i impressed Boston
S s \ s. x uit Ml ilt Boiling.
St" \ itr and Michael
"" : ire ,aso strong


\"id \ S S 1hl11/ game
< '''::.'Iu ;s n"'. ino m elins one'
:i s 1 ihe iiken lightly
Ii, lith en'ldi ol last season
l:- I,\ liong the tew
S. 'pla ing strong
hai., .~


BRITANNIA


BEACH HOTEL



CUP RACE


No one under 16 admitted to the RACE TRACK


GATES OPEN 11.30a.m.


POST TIME 1.15p.m.

I[VRY llUSDAY AND SAJUROAY




BAilY ODUILES 1st b 2nd RACES

ALSO OUINELIAS
GOVERNMENT SUPERVISED PARIMUTUEL
BETTING.
COMFORTABLE AIR CONDITIONED DINING
ROOM & BAR OVERLOOKING THE TRACK.


Games squad fly out


I HI 42-MAN Bahamian contingent to
he ('Central American and Caribbean
(i;;il. arrived safely in Santo Domingo
twis morning and are bedded down in the
G.aines Village.
I he team comprising six sports:
athleticLs yachting, boxing, swimming,
Bolle ball and soccer left on a
Bahamasair flight at 5 a-m. arriving in the


Dominican Republic capital an hour and
three quarters later.
"All arrived safely and are now getting
some sleep," a member told The I tribune
by phone from Santo Domingo.
The soccer squad is due for practice at
4 p.m. the ladies volleyball at 5 p.m. and
the men's volleyball at 7 p i.n
"All the volleyball practice is out ot


doors, we have been told; but the games
themselves will be indoors in the
stadiumll." a team member said.
I favorites in the volleyball tourney are
Cuba and Mexico. In the men's
competition tlheie are 10 teams entered,
and in the ladies there are eight.
Ilhe (I lies officially open on
Wed inesdla .


MCC hit 251 against Leeward Islands


ST JOHN'S, Antigua -
The touring MCC were all out
lor a first innings total of 251
yesterday on the second day
of the match against the
Leeward Islands. The visitors
added only 32 runs to their
overnight tally of 219 for 8.


best of friends" with England
vice-captain Tony Greig.
Speaking at a West Indies
cricket board banquet Kanhai
said the controversial run-out
incident involving Greig and
West Indian batsman Alvin
Kallicharan in the Port of


Spain test has been forgotten.
Kanhai called on the news
media to allow the cricketers
to get on with the game.
"After all. ciicket is a
game, not a war," added Cecil
Marley, chairman of the West
Indies Cricket Board.


Hurler Morris signs for Red


NINETEEN-YEAR-OLD
right hand hurler Morris
Demeritte of Becks Bees
yesterday signed a pitcher's
contract with the Boston Red
Sox of the American League
baseball organization.
Demeritte is scheduled to
report at Winter Haven.
Florida on March 14 for
spring training. He is
expected to be placed in class
A division.
Red Sox scout Milt Boiling
was very impressed with
Demeritte's performance
yesterday during the Becks'
work out. Although his
pitching mechanics were not
outstanding "we feel that we
might be able to correct these
things," Boiling assured. "He
has a strong arm and throws
pretty good."
Baseball veteran Vince
Albury who played in the


l ine up or tom rrow's rai
at H!obhbs Horse


I tIRS I R \ I 4.1: i irliins,
Ist half daiil d uhhle
it-ark Stur
2 (orinn 1
3 t'hinn [ill
4 Miss pumpkinn I
. King i ire
S( ll)mplete Image
7 Miss I, 1 I( )
4 .'are t %I
q. [),)e l ie1
A so 1 ligible<
Sw eetness
St COND R A..' 4. 1 urimngs
2nd halt dUils doubhl
Rickee T ikee
2. Ht Rod i
3 Sih 1
4 linl T
SI he KidJ
SKinmho
6 IsritPab'
7 i'aI ad, Ti-prl.5
5 Sling "lh i
0 tikita
Also I liglbles
Jusite
'sill a/iigl
t1} Ii 1 "t t \( t 5I s I Lr't ii
I S tun it'r
2 The Oultsider
3 I iI JIss
4 Sneet N I ass
n. ust I egI

8 ("eldsn ('stinf
'4 ltami ndi
I 1lt I H \1R 4 I urlnigs
1 I eur V'
2. Pete


Red Sox organization as an
out fielder is their scouting
correspondent in the
Bahamas.
Having observed a work
out session on Saturday,
"what amazes me down here
is that most of the kids throw
well, better than these do in
the States," BoIling
commented. "They have
good arm and this is one
thing you look for. The next
thing you look for is speed.
and then if they can hit then


Sox


this is a good plus.'"
Boiling will be watching
tonight's and tomorrow
night's gaines at the Queen
Elizabeth Sports Centre. "It's
fine to see a boy in a work
out but you prefer to see him
in a baseball game to see how
he reacts tinder pressure and
under playing conditions.
"We are looking for the
best players we can find, try
and sign them and develop
them for our big league
club.


Dean goes through


VIN\(I \I 1)1 AI \ deeated
1 let i I Snull a- I and then \\ en
on to stop \eil \\ ight I 1I1
during the lirst I .'iiund il the
\nthllon\ Rol'eis ,clie ke L
ioulinanltiil l Ib'eing pla\ ed ,il
Bitlle\ 's Restauraint
WrIicht took Ils secoilL


4 I1rl
A 'pti's h11 % ,i


I I a1 | Msirs
I I I t 1 I\, ligiR\ ,I '
I (> l tal' 1 6-\ ,I 1st
Sl 1 Skeeler
I S BInlinl RI U Ie
1 t \\ :ill I v
1 I I i I l t r \ In I
H ltel t up RIi
t0 I llui ri D al|!
2 ()I n \t.rniii
7 irini k in I lIr:i
i1 < 4 l:ilr n ili
IS a ll:iilg I li l n'h

I 1 5 t I niilr 'c I nker
I I Also, I il ib's
1 14 ; 1
I 12 glh
six i n R \( I i
1t 1 Roman n1onmr
11 I I R{ )llliti llllii'lt
i t 2 BI ld I 1ihllii
3 the f lrenirii'r
1 4 (he llnight is \h:l

I 6 t i\al SNil

i P 5 a t N 1 \'h
1 16 aiuie t ij, llI in i
1 I 1 i N' I % i t R (I i
SNoiithern I tiiw
3 I ii t'liin I im


I t
I I







Ir I (
1 I
I is
iii





It"
Ii
1 s
I',





I






alrh~ l ,s
1 1
lit
l~i
i-1

iii,




It''

I;1

II',


lits
I11

I 2(


d lceal ')-3 to 1luke Rolle
lb tore di l ing \ ilh l Ieli\
MuniCe si\ ll Miiunroe picked
p ints \\lith an S-4 V\iclori
Lo 'r Patliik \lahiock \%lho
dropped his secomid nkilclh I2 )r
to flt's kiin [ rljwan re


- \ %i lt I t ii i 2
S\lu'.i:i 'ntri> i 20


I lIl 11 I I I t I urt.,nCs

2 l'lt i'. l ir i
. 1 ,r.c I Ire I I


S l< i'll i \Il d ii I I)
'1 I11 : 1 ,I I iii \ I1i 4
M%, \L MII II i |
Results and p.p oils !
Saitu da) 's 2 In

I ilh'S I R \ I 4 II Ir hliui

2 t2 ) s .

I i1 itt T I 2 | 1 H
S i l\ I k i I (, I iirl, no. i,

I Cll \ i l Si r I >iso,


S ila Inu.le ss s i s 24
I I I'I P lle W A I


I t 't 1I !. \( I I I urihin,
I \ :jlh e,' ( 1 ) t Ht i s I 5.
<;2 1o. ',2 (,<>
S4 40. 1 10i
I t tlll ( ( > n\it s im ders
S 4 40
I hird t)unmell, i 1 ; ) 21 o.I
I ll lI lK I 10 i tI irhmn
1" \+sinl <.1r (51 I) Pa.itel
s1 I l). s 12 1) 2 5 5
2 luil,' le Pi I t'l ) J iliiil S-7 Ii .

I lI ;'g:il', \i1de (S) I SN 'MS ,Niti
s4 SO
I s it rlh ) IIIlIeh ( ) ,. 0 ()5
TENNIS RESULTS
R1I S I I S of tihe BI' A
hiaditpilonslIp Iirtst IlIound
111.11 ctes played at
thile' I inerald Beach Hotel
coi 'tils. lile tn's, singles W
li ghlt t()ol hI B d(inton -0.
(-t. I West bt I Knowlcs h-(,
t-i, R Knossles bt I). Moree
fi 2. t i- : I ('artsrigliht bt I
IlIl\es 01- -O. I-. Rolle bt M
Il-Aio 0-2 6-3: Q Richmtond bt
K Bethel o-2,-2. 11 Schoppcr
ht S Kinowlcs 6-2. 6-4, V
ienneiman ht I) Roberts 0-2


I \\n niii ( I I \ill 6'-
ai tiis dei (,ot. s" 15o S4 1 S l adies singles 1' Roberts
2 \, 'i ,1.1 (SI ? \ a:iunders ht P Biddinrer t-0) (-0.
3 .r1 It, t t' l N P)o sell bh I) D a is 6-1 -0 O V
S.,........ i ,, Knowles bt K Siecr T6-1 0


At the lunch interval
Leeward Islands had lost I
wicket for 44 runs.
At tea, Leeward Islands
were 190 for 7.
Meanwhile, West Indies
captain Rohan Kanhai says all
of his players are now "the


Bees go




out to


1.1 ADSTNIN I it'RSTON

UNI)!t I XTI!I) wIelter-
weight champ 1Hlisha Obed,
ranking number one in
the British ('ommitonwealth
ratings, takes on tough Ariiona
middleweight Vincente Medina
in a ten rounder tomorrow
night at the \Miami Beach
Auiditorium in.
I oJ I' ihi 'rih i(i'rtI'rfcr
(,!aditon( ThursImtn tI!! he
h ; t 1 ,t ri'nl a fil! -poli tto
c'ieIt s r. i t s lt't ,'esdaIJir 's
edition
RecentI. crowned the junior
iddlewceight champ otf the
Bahamlas. Obed in his last
outing stopped Jamaican
middleweight Windell Spencer
in 2 3O0 ot the third round
O()bed is presently being
groomed for a title match
against ( anadian ('lyde Gray,
t ho last week successfully
defended his championship
against Jalialca's Bunny Grant

B A Il \IAM\S hllea\ keigl0t
champ Boston Blackic gained a
unanimouslli)lS decision over
\ IerIcan opponent I eorgie
Whlte in a ten rounder
Saturday in I leeport,. di and

(in the same t ard.
mniddleweight champ Rennie
Pinder stopped (err\ Hilli in
lie th hird round


Ir" --- -~~~- - - --- - a


IRACIN II


ili II


.1


tr +


"I