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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: January 3, 1974
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VOL. LXX1, No. 34 Thursday January 3, 1974 Price: 15 Cents


'Red


A THREE-DAY-OLD BABY (
at the Princess Margaret Hospita
night because department person
tape in an emergency, the chile
today.
Hospital authorities have promi
Rosalee Pennerman of Farringtor
baby. born at the hospital Sun
breath" and unable to eat at about


tape' killed


GIRL died in her mother's arms
oil's Out Patient Department last
nnel refuse to cut through red
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deteriorated she grew more an( By MIKE LOTHIAN
more worried. but she had nor
transportation. When told it was
Luckill, althtouih in the emergency, a nurse suggest
itrnal analysis it nade no registering the child as "Ba
di e, it aS (;Irl Pennernian.' But, M
tw, tr-o ld daiughtr Mlissa's I'ennerman said, iMr. Mack
birthIday and a friend with aveoedtie suggest tin.
car arrived at hter home at Fin:lly, in desperation, t
l*i lt 7: 10 with a gitt of .1 ,
ict 7:10 with a gilt tf orid mother named t
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Ie cr aand, ckechili Kinibeilhne aind had h
he fie Ms Prenneran gistered under tliat name.
and the babv arrived at the Out Miss ennera
D Despite Miss Pennernman
Patients department at about insistence ihat her daught
7 30. A- Miss Pennerman and needed emerge attenti
nic baby had been released Mr Macke) instructed her
Irom the hoispnal's Maternity sit sdowtni nd await her turn.
WarJ onl\ Monday morning, Iinutes latcr nottier waitit
they asked at thie main window wintla tr hs pennerit
whether the haby should bie "that lab Iooks like it's de;
S returned to Maternity, or alrcad "
*.. r ,, viir,, i itiem tiniani rusnied bat
sought in the Out Patients to tie window, a nurse glano
Department. at the tiny body and order
The nian behind the the child taken to a doct
window, who Miss Pennernian imnirediately .
identified as a Mr Mackey', said Tlhe dhit, r pronouincc
the baby would have to be little e Kimiberline Pennierna
treated in OuLt Patients, hut she aged less than four days, de;
would first have to be at ahout 8 10 p.m. Wednesday
registered.
Miss Pennerinan then stooId IThe cause of death has not y
in line in front of the been determined.
registration wintdw, while the I arl this morning M
friend tried to contact his (own lIentieriman heard a broadct
doctor. message asking her to go t
But Dr. Bernard Rolle's wife hospital.
said he was himself ill in bed. There she saw Hospil
and suggested )Dr. K. R. ('Ciliner A d mi 1 ii st rat o r J ol
be contacted But at Dr. Thominpson, who, she said, toi
Culiner's home a tape recorder her the inLcident would
informed the friend that ino investigated and that he wou
one wais in. take whatever corrective acti,
The trend then visited the was necessary .
hospital's Maternity Ward, but Contacted this morning,.
was told no doctors were on Th'ompson confirmed that
duty there at the ti trie. gave; Miss I'enneriman th
Meantwhl e, by about 7 45, asstiarie.
Miss Pennertman had reached
the registration window only Iealth Minister A. Loft
to learn that the bahb must Rtket could iot he contact,
ha\c a name to be registered for commentlll. A MNinist
under. spokesman said lhe was n
Ihe little girl had been expeCcttd in office un
neith-er named nor baptlised Monday A call to his hot
yet. received no answer


Grilling for candidates


Till Intelt de nonu nat10onalu.1
Christian Youth Association
will next iweek grill all seven
candidates in the January 18
St Barnabass \-t'lectlion 11i ani
attempt to pin down thelli
views on various issues
ICYA chairman iAltred Sears
said all of the candidates have
agreed to nmeet at thle Stephen
Dillet Prinmary School and
Wulff Road at eight o'clock
next Friday evening to face a
panel of I'YA inquisitors.
Mr. Sears told Ihe ITribuine
that as far as the IC( A could
see each of the candidates has
spent most of his or her
campaign time on "character
assissinations" of the other
contestants, largely ignoring
the issues.
Mr. Sears said the IC(YA
panel would attempt to make
the candid s learlates rl state
their positions on various
matters, and would ask them
how they would vote on



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specific issues should they be
electeId to tile Ilouse of
Assemblyl1
:1 xp'-,'t c to attend next
I'ra1nId 's i'meeting are Sinclair
Outten (PIP)), Arthur Foulkes
(FNM), Randol Fawkes (('LP),
Dudley Williams organizedd
labour) and independents
Winfred "Sife" Heastie, Clyde
Gardiner andI Ruby
Cooper-Darling


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Weekl
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in Nassau

HERE HAS been a young Bahamian policeman
:t change for the on Bay Street who rran for
" in the attitudes and one block to tell me lie had
y of services Nassau misdirected mne. tire \xait lris
offers its tourists, the in Pat's Pub on Marlboroughl
oritative "Travel St. who graciously accepted
y" magazine reported the fact that she lhadl
December 21 issue, accidentally overcharged! on a
bill and rapidly corrected it
I A. Glass, chief of these and many other similar,
Weekly's Miami encounters." Mr. (Glass
u, recently visited commented, "added uip to ,
u "uninvited and highly positive experience."
ounced" to check on
las Government claims The Travel Weekly reporlii
as "that past visitors added that "certainly one canti
might have been still find situations noi
py would be amazed to particularly pleasant tio thi
e new Nassau'." average tourist, such ai tht
Glass noted that "in young nan ion Bav St. i
ast few years stories mid-day who offered mI
ing in the consumer some of the weedr lanl llt
about poor service and indifferent check-inclerk at
rent attitudes created "ne hotel, but these e crlc
s public relations overshadowed by the pleaiasnt
ms for Nassau. and helpful taxi Iand
limousine drivers, bhtlllh,)\i .
IMPROVING bartenders and ,uthc i'
encountered."
s a frequent visitor to
u during the past seven Mr. Glass noted that
I had witnessed some another complaint aug:nlll
e poor attitudes and Nassau had been sliow setter\ i
es about which so many
complained. "Among properties w wh r I
it after this most recent tested this were I lic
t seems clear that there Sheraton-British Colonial
en a distinct change for Hotel. Nassau Beach. ll\aii
better," Mr. Glass Emerald Beach. Sonesi;
ted. Beach, Nassau Harbour C(lub
rpn,,orter .airl ..d.amh and Halcyon Balmoral Be.acl


of small incidents contributed
to his overall impression that
things were improving here.
He mentioned some of
them: "The passport control
officer at Nassau
International Airport with
the ear-to-ear grin and jovial
repartee, the witness at the
Nassau Harbour Club Hotel's
great concern over her
customer who had not eaten
all his food, the starched


In all
dining
patio,
within
great
past."


eases, whether in lth
room., har or pool
orders were taken
mIlinutes alnotlerr
departure fromll the


Mr. Glass said lie also
spoke to a rnumlber Il.
tourists, without ildenit il \
himself as a reporter, andl
their remarks were typicall\
favourable.


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Red Cross need 'greater'


I II BAHIAMAS Red (ross
is issuing its annual appeal for
funds this month to continue
its numerous welfare services in
the 'count r
'Our need is greater than
ever" Red (Cross president Mrs.
Rowena Fldon has written in a
circular letter to the public.
'" I'he services carried out by
the Bahanmas Red Cross are
many and varied, but all very
necessary it we believe in the
dignity of mankind," she said.
With independence the Red
(ross's responsibilities,
comnllitnlents and duties to the
welfare of ilankind have
been immnensely increased, Mrs.
:Illdon wrote
*I1 o Ih Bilia.iau Red ( ro.s.
It als, int .n is liha we miusl
.i epl lIe it'le ol a national


society and maintain our status
as an independent integral part
of the International Red
Cross," she said.
Mrs. Eldon has also issued a
special appeal for more
volunteers, both male and
female.
Donations may be sent to
the Bahamas Red Cross.
Annual Appeal Fund. P.O. Box
N-91, Nassau. Alternately,
donations may be made into
any bank for transfer to the
Red Cross account at the
Royal Bank of Canada, Bay
and Victoria Branch.
This year the Red Cross
proposes to introduce a
number of new services These
are
0 A blood donor service for
the recruitment of blood


donors
Arn ambulance "er it
A transport se 't ,
those unable t x \.ilk ,i: ,
cannot afford taxi to ,li l i i
chInics


6 An auilliari y i n i '
hospital and coin11111:1u; \
nursing service

8 a rehabilitation club !ti
alcoholics
Services presently provided
by the Red Cross include
Meals-oni-Wheels. !ood pasi ces ,
home help service, school nilk
medical loan. wheelchal Julb,
the Centre for Deaf 'hildicn.
the Whale (ay (Calip. Jli.it.ia
Red Cro,';- MN ,-.ige "S ... .
loathing g I)'epjrlrti enit. It in i
Preparedtless Chrit Ilina' l i
and irairnng


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Dcl.i),'11t li it Ictuills ncd t2< tlie


11onh111s cou'tlise onl firearms
identtiliicat in and ballistics at
thle Cit\ of (,lasglohw Police
I leadiuh arters.
insp. I ighthourn is presently
attached i tho Ildelntatication
Bureii aind criminalal Records
)ltIce ol tie RoIval Basilainas
PoI'li I rce le is, iUn illried t"i
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Protect

us,

Bahamas

asks

U.S.

THE BAHAMAS
government has requested
United States protection for
its commercial vessels
travelling to Florida.
following Sunday's bomb
attack on the freighter
Mereghan II.
The request followed a
New Year's eve claim from
the Miami-based Cuban
Liberation front that it was
responsible for the sinking of
the Mereghan while docked
on the Miami river.
In a December 31
telephone call to the
Associate-] Press in Miami. a
man who identified himself as
a spokesman for the CLF said
the sinking of the freighter
"was action directed against
the government of the
Bahamas for the murder of
Cuban nationals."

BOMB

A bomb ripped a six-foot
hole in the Bahamian-regis-
tered Mereghan on the night
of December 30. A
spokesman for Cariboean
Shipping said the bombing
was believed linked to the
shooting death of Cuban
fisherman Nibaldo Games in
the Turks Island area on
December 23.
It was initially reported
that Games' vessel was fired
ont by a Bahamian patrol
boat. but later reports say the
boat belonged to the Turks
Island patrol
I n denying any
invo, e ment with the
incident, External Affairs
Minister Paul Adderley
pointed out that the Turks
and Caicos are not a part of
the Commonwealth of the
Bahamas but are a
dependency of the United
Kingdom.

POLICE

The External Affairs
Ministry also denied any
involvement on the part of
this government, the Police
Marine Division or an'i
agency of the Bahamas
government in the alleged
incident.

"The Minister of External
Affairs and the United States
Ambassador to the Bahamas
discussed this incident and. as
a result, the government ot
the United States is being
requested to make security
arrangements for the
protection of Bahamian-
owned vessels which travel to
llorida ports," Mr Adderley
saisd.

WATCH

A spokesman for the US.
I.mbassy told The Tribune
today that the Embas s had
heen advised by Washiiitgonh
'.tops were being taken tot
inainliiiin a surveillance on the
Bahainian boats.

Ani Associated Press stores
said that the Dade County
Sheriff's department is
keeping a 24-hour watch on
foreign ships docked at Miamii
following the bombing.

The Mereghan arrived in
Miami early Sunday morning.
The bomb which damaged
the vessel was planted
between the starboard side
and the dock. It exploded
10.30 a.m. The two crew
members aboard at the time


were not injured.


-AIR FARES



UP SIX




PER CENT


ALL INTi RNA IIONA\L
airlties operating in the
Bahamas have increased their
intern tional fares hy six
percent. effective nimediately
Ihe increase is a six percent
"tuCl surcharge" on all existing
wsorld-wide fares
1 lie news comes in the wake
o yesterday's shock
aninolirucemlent by Bahallasair
of aii average 15 to 20 percent
tares increases e for inter island
tares in the Bahamas effective
JanuaryI 15. 1his was also said
to be due to "'abrupt increases"
in ithe iost of tuel which the
airline claimed had increased
"more than 100 per cent over
the past year."
Pan American, Delta and
Eastern Airlines, besides Air
Jamaica. Air Canada and
British Airways all started
their new fare structure
y yesterday the first working
day of the new S ear
A PanAm spokesman said
that under their new fare
structure the Miami round-trip
fare goes tip from S48 to 550.
the 21-dat mid-week excursion
fare to New York frotm S140
to 1 148 and the 21-day
weekend excursion tare fromll
Sl(h to SI1O On all these
fares, tihe spokesman said.
there was an additional S2
Bciamianr ticket tax
Eastern had not officially
been notified by their head
office in Miamni ofthe fare
increases, bit were expecting
word today
Delta and Air Jamaica were
already implementing the new
tare structures.
British Airways lcal
manager Michael Keemar said
that BOAC BrHi',li Airways
fares wentt up front January 1
by agreement with other IA:T.FA
counttrtes "by six percent due
to rising fuel costs" There had
also been a general reisioin )!
tares b, all IAT carriers on
the nid-Atlantic routes


which includes the Bahamas
rhe effect locally, he said,
was hlat British Airways fares
have increased between 6-11
percent depending on the type
of lares
Least affected is Earlybird
fares, which are increased by
six per cent. Larlybird to
London will now be $225 in
the winter and $295 in the
sumitmer.
I cononvy and first class
fares are up by around nine
percent while excursion fares
have increased b 1 I1 to I Ili
per cent.
"In dollar terms this
means," said Mr. Keemar,
"that 22/45 day round-trip
excursion to London now costs
$358 and a 14/21 day
excursion in the summer will
cost 5537."
Mr Keemar said that Miami
to London fares were also
hiked and ordinary and first
class fares were up by six to
eight percent while excursion
fares were up by 12-16
percent
With regard to schedules, he
said. British Airways is
presently operating all services
as normal from the Bahamas
until January 17. in order to
ensure that all schoolchildren
and visitors are taken care of,
but alter that there will be a 50
percent cutback for the rest of
the nontlih.

Mr. Keemar also confirmed
that cargo rates would also go
up hb a similar amount as
those announced today.

Eaharnas. has .i. yet put
up the price of its Miami fares,
but a spokesman for the airline
today said that although they
w\re clnot aware of the fare
increases by other carriers at
the rrmolment "it such increases
are in effect we will
imiiuediatelt seek authorization
for a similar increase."


AITORNI (tcneral I'aul
Adderley will notit he aiiiIong
those speaking at tonight t1g s
.i t I pa igln m eet !irt
Progressive s Liberal Pal '
candidate Sinclair (Outten .
The min olning paper
Sesterday named Nh. A\ddcri.'\
as one tof tllhss putbIl11 ix
campaigning toI MNr Outten iIn
St Barnabas.
The 1Tribune understands
troni an int1loried ,)sitrce'.
hio\sever, that while 11
Adderley was inMt ed to speak
he declined to doI i s,. tl nstLich1
is, thie government i.has nIt sct
disIposed of et !ill matters
raised b\ ailotIhel ,I tlie seen
-an. didates liqr Iit S Ba iiihas
seat.
Mr. Randli I aw kes hias


AN FARI NY M I()R\I(; tIe
caused extensive nnagi. to tlihe
root f ant last Steest hbulldingg
bheore being extinguished h\
firemen at i 40 a.m.
Nobody was titured in the
fire 'which Is behe'Ced o hiave
beeni caused b i\ IIan eletl, ical
shot csirc itt I1 hlit' ii- oiillcsl
building, occi'uptied li\ V''lcenlt
Kcldd\ also housed ian office in
Ione C seciont)
Siremenll reported the


Nt-W YORK A Harris Poll
of D) e m oc ra t s and
Independents showed Senator


POLICE TRANSFER


CRIMINAL Investigation
I)e a rt m ent assistant
superintendent D. M. Gittens
has been transferred to Grand
Bahama tto head the police
C I office at Freeport in a
routine transfer
Expected to fill his place in
Nassau is former Freeport
C(I.D. head. A.S.P. Ormond
Briggs Mr Briggs has headed
the fre'ep'tr (C I 1 ,,ffi,, i r
iser two %0 e.a,
'\ police oftt'f alu J nied that
the transfer wi, part soi a


re-shuffle in the Criminal
Investigation Department in
Nassau. It was termed a routine
transfer oy the officer who said
that Mr. Briggs is expected to
arrive in Nassau sometime next
week to take up his new post.
Supt. Gittens, feted on
Christmas Eve night by a group
of officers following
announcements t of his
promotion to head the C l.D
F'rneport office. left for
Freeport lasif I da)


w\ittien the AttoinelC General
(Ion two occitasionris asking that
he institute proceedings against
\Ir. Outlen to recover all funds
pamd him during the time he
aicted as representative of the
district.
Mr. Outten, who was elected
in Septemlbel 1972, was
subsequently disqualified from
sitting alter he revealed he was
not Bahamian born. lHe has
since been naturalized.
fTlis imoirning Mr. Fawkes
charged that it would be in
pool taste for Mr. Adderley as
Atlorne\ (;cneral. to speak on
behiall ot Mr. ()utten while the
mAt.ltr of possible criminal
pitoceed ings againstt the PLP
andiuldiatCe were still before
lihnim


building was insured. No
estlilate tf damages was given.
[I'ou mother calls took
fI 'cine n It the scene of
bush-tires between 3:16 a.m.
and 10:40 a.m. today. Reports
stated trat the bush fires
caused no loss or damage to
anr properly.
l hey were located at Nassau
and I Meeting Streets,
Ridgeland Park. Nassau East,
Peach Street and Prince Charles
Drive.


tidwaid Kennedy of
Massachusetts most preferred
for 1976 Democratic
president nominee with
Governor (eorge C. Wallace of
Alabama second.
Among Democrats only,
Kennedy beat Wallace, 37 per
cent to 16, and Muskie was
third with 10.


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Firemen fight blaze


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Thursday January 3, 1974


UhP rtfbuntt


Charles and


Lady Jane

romance

on, say


friends


THE INTERNAL Revenue
Service has decided to
re-examine President Nixon's
tax returns, a reliable source
said. The source said the IRS
was authorized by President
Nixon to disclose it was
examining his tax returns,
which have been the subject
of considerable controversy.

EGYPTIAN and Israeli
officials resumed negotiations
on the disengagement of
forces along the Suez Canal
front after a four-day new
year's recess. As they met in
Geneva, minor clashes flared
along the canal and on the
Golan Heights cease-fire lines.

SKYLAB 3's astronauts
said they feel changes of
"almost a spiritual nature" in
their views of themselves, of
other humans and of the
possibility of life existing
elsewhere in the universe.

THE CRY of "Liberate
Jerusalem" resounded
through the Arab world
today as it began a four-day
holiday for Id Al Adha, the
biggest Moslem feast of the
year.

AMOCO, Sun Oil and
Standard Oil of Ohio joined
the list of U.S. oil companies
announcing a new round of
increases in the price of
gasoline, heating oil and other
petroleum products.

CHAIRMAN J. W.
Fulbright of the U.S. Senate
Foreign Relations
Committee, announced that
he will run for a sixth Senate
term.


THE U.S. Bureau of
Labour Statistics identified
IS American industries which
are heavily dependent on
petroleum and which could
suffer severe unemployment
if fuel supplies are cut back
& sharply.A spokesman said the
list was merely "to alert
officials to industries that
could be vulnerable."

GUATEMALA bus owners
idled their vehicles to protest
a government order against a
fare increase from 5 to nine
cents. Hundreds of persons
were stranded.

GINO CERVI. leading
Italian stage and movie actor,
died at his seaside villa at
Punta Ala on the Tyrrhenian
coast of Tuscany. He was 73.
He won international fame
though his rendition of the
Communist village mayor in
the movie series of "Don
Camillo" which started in
1952.

OIL SPILL from the Soviet
side of the Caspian sea is
threatening marine life on the
Iranian side, Iranian
environmental conservation
officials said.

THE U.S. dollar today
climbed to a record high
against the British pound and
rose sharply against other
European currencies for the
second straight day. Gold
shot to its highest point in
five months.

Reports from AP


SO DI)ON Prince Charles has flown
to Singapore at the start of a three-month
separation from the gir! he is widely
expected to marry.
Lady Jane Wellesley, the 22-year-old
daughter of the Duke of Wellington, has
denied the rumours that she is planning
to marry Charles, heir to the British
throne. But niany Britons are taking her
word w ith a wink.
Charles, serving in the Royal Navy, left
the Royal Air Force airport at Brize
Norton. Oxfordshire. with a group of


which has laid off an estimated million
workers.
Coal Board officials, after carful
research with stopwatches in several of
Britain' coal mines came up with a time
of seven minutes for a shower.
The miners, led by president Joe
Gormley, disagreed they said a shower
takes longer. They claimed the stopwatch
brigade made no allowances for such
delicate operations as removing coal dust
from the eyes, nostrils and recesses in the
ears.
Miners' representatives and efficiency\


THREE QUIZZED FOR


ARMS SMUGGLING

LONDON Three people Scotland Yard has imposed a amid a national security alert
including an 18-year-old security blackout on the case. for Arab terrorists who were
American girl being declining even to c''ficialls believed planning concericed
interrogated here for arms identify the three, pending a attack against targets ill
smuggling, belonged to an decision on whethetherthe will Britain.
extremist student group stand trial or he deported. A day after they weret
centered at Santa Barbara, But the sources said the arrested, ldward Sieff, head ',t
California sp-nritv soirce';s said FIedeprl RiureaP of InvPeti :tionn the Marks and Spencer chain ol


today.
The trio were arrested after
five pistols and 150 rounds of
ammunition were allegedly
found in the luggage of the girl
identified by the L .S.
embassy as Allison Thompson.
of Santa Barbara. when she
arrived at London's Heathrow
airport last Satird&ir ,
The others were identified
by responsible sources as Atler
Naseen, 21. of Pakistan, and
Abelkhir Hakaoui. 25. of
Morocco, both previously
involved in student politics in
Santa Barbara
The sources said lHakaoui
was leader ot the group which
probably planned to attack
Moroccan diplomats or
property after assembling in
London. There was rio
apparent link with known Arab
guerilla groups, the sources
said.


in the United States is seeking
two other students who
cancelled a trip to London
matter the arrests here.
The three held here have
been well trained in
anti-interrogation techniques,
the sources said, and special
investigators have been unable
to break them down.
Allison Thompson, fired
tromn her job as waitress in a
Santa Barbara restaurant
because she spent too much
tine with student boyfriends.
became involved in the troup
through her close friendship
with Naseen and liakaout.
A decision on whether the
three will stand trial in Britain
or be deported to the United
States will probably be based
on political considerations.
For fear c(t reprisals, Britain
has sonietinies been reluctant
to try suspected guerillas.
The group c\as disc ered


clothing stores and one ,l
Britain's most promninent
Zionists, was wounded by a
gunman who invaded his'
London home.
Other leading Jews said the\
have been warned that Arab
terrorists have drawn up a
"death list" of British Jews for
assassination.
Scotland Yard said today it
is holding two Arabs who tried
to enter Britain at the weekend
on faulty passports.
The two a Jordanian and a
Lebanese were arrested when
immigration officials noted
their visas were stamped with
Sunday dates. British visa
offices in the Middle last are
not open ion Sundays.
Two other Arabs witl
Sunday-stamlped visas \ c re
deported the same da\ they
tried to get into Britain, police
said. ( APP)


fellow officers travelling to join the
frigate Jupitei in the Far East.
He parted from Lady Jane at
h'nchtime Tuesday after celebrating the
New Year with her at Sandringhamln,
Queen Elizabeth's country estate.
Lady Jane told newsmen she had "a
lovely time" at Sandringham.
"For a couple who are supposed to be
just good friends, they seem to squeeze
hands and kiss an awful lot," said a
worker on the royal estate.
Friends of I-ady Jane said the New
Year revels set the seal on the royal


experts also failed to agree on how long it
takes .1 man to get in and out of his
working clothes before and after he
comes to grips with a seam of co:al
underground.
Tihe government said 730,000 workers
were unemployed Tuesday because their
factories were banned from using
electricity in the three-day work week
programme put into effect Monday.
I hat was 90,000 more than on
Monday and doesn't include the 490,000
who were unemployed before the crisis.
Thousands more were laid off but didn't
apply for a day's unemployment benefit


because they
Ii i n it u m
agreements.


are covered by
weekly wage


The shortened work week
means hall the nation's firms
work Monday through
Wednesday and the otller half
woik Thursda y through
Saturday
I he C o n s e r t i v e
government ordered the short
work week to conserve fuel
supplies inI what it called the
gravest crisis since Woild War
II. It said essential ser\ ices like
water supplies and sewage
disposal could bieak down i
unless the miners end ;i ban on
overtime work. wthch Ihas cut
crail production by one-third.

Union vice president Mink
Mc(;ane' said the miners might
declare an all-out strike unless
the National (Coal Board
increased its pay nt'ecr.
IThe rea., ,Tn beh ind the
miners' dispute, and a similar
go-slow action by train
engi nees. Is the govern went's
Insistence that lio unin 01 c0aII
breach its pa\ code limiting
wage increases It br;iands as
excessive the pa\ rises
demanded by both inineis and
.rain dricrs. ( API


romance.
"As soon as we knew she was going to
Sandringham, we knew that was it," one
friend commented.
ie said Lady Jane and the Prince had
been dating regularly during the time the
Prince's sister, Princess Anne, also was
going out and getting engaged to Capt.
Mark Phillips.
Anne was married in November.
Buckingham Palace announced that the
Queen has named Phillips a personal
aide-de-camp. The appointment carries no
duties. It is a personal honour.


Miners' shower time




sinks coal talks


Spassky flies in


SAN J' A.N Russian chess
giand ti.u er Boris Spass' .k
arrived hcl eie h\ a lionm


Israel election may change peace terms


JERUSALEM Authorities
estimated that Premier (;olda
Meir will need three weeks to
form a new government despite
the pressure to resume all-out
peace talks in Geneva
Officials were still counting
votes from the New Year's eve
election that dealt Mrs Meir a
setback but, on the basis of
incomplete returns. still gave
her enough parliament seats to
stay in power.
With up to 200.000 military
votes from the front lines still
uncounted, the big question
remained whether the
narrowness of Mrs Meir's
victory would change Israel's
peace terms at the Geneva talks
with the Arabs
Some analysts and at least


one government minister
argued that even with a loss of
five seats in the 1I20-mnember
Knesset. or Parliament. Mrs.
Meir's labour alignment won
enough of a majority to offer
substantial amounts of
war-won Arab land in return
for a peace pact.
But as Israeli military envoys
flew to Geneva to resume
bargaining over troop
withdrawals on the Egyptian
front, other commentators
maintained that major
territorial concessions would
not be accepted by the broad
coalition go'ernnment Mrs. Meir
seemed forced to form.
The civilian balloting gave
her group 41.9 per cent of the
vote. the socialists' smallest
showing in the 25 years of
Israel's e-istence. The setback
was ex. lined largely by voter
resentment over Israeli
unpreparedness at the outbreak
of the October war.
Israel's ponderous
electoral system and the
difficulties of forcing a
coalition meant that the new
Cabinet would probably not be
named until late this month.
Vote counting was expected
to continue until Sunday or


Monday Ballots cast t:, troops
in Israel and soldiers on the
cease-fire lines inside I g pt
and Si na were sorted out inily
Wednesday. and tallymg thcirn
will take days
Determining the final
number of places won by each
party takes two stages and
several days, but some anails sts
were saying Mrs. Meir could
still persuade t(9 legislators into
her coalition for a maioritui ol
18.
The new Kensset holds its
first session Jan. 21 and
officials said consultations on
putting together a coalition
government will go on tor days
after that
Ihe weakeneCd mandaiIte
handed Mrs Metr and the
labour leadership was not a
defeat
"It does not change the
general position." contended
Moshe Kol. Minister of
Tourism and leader of the
independent Liberal parts
Kol's liberal. were part of
the outgoing coalition
government and were expected
to join the new cabinet.
Another essential partner in ,i
new coalition, however, was


the National Religious Party
Part\ leader ilichael l la/am
indicl ated lhiat his part is ightl
insist ion C(abinet seats hieim
gi vein I th e right-wing I ikud
opposition. whlinch opposes ei'\
peace terms t i ( cllct\ .
Likud le.Ider Menalefn
Begin. a torlmer undergroundd
t terrorist leader. claim ed
Likud's gain of hall i do/en
seats pro\edi tlih t "'a clear
nlajority" ot Iiaelis o opposed
dividing up tihe ancilentl ]and (,f
Israel by returning g lterittor to
the Arabs.
Begin in,,sted thal I gypt.
and later Syria andi Jordan,
should .signi a peace tIieaty
before .iss ulssig daly return of
territory, capturtted in the
October war and aI1 IQ()7. (A\P>

PREMIER George Walter
of Ant igua has
shuffled his Cabinet. Water
was also involved in the shift.
He formerly served as
Finance Min:iter. but he
handed the job over to
former Public Works and
Housing Minister Sydney
Prince.


Moscow to "acclimatize
hin: scll", as he said. fo' his
tort hcoliing match U.S.
champion Robert Byrne.
The match begins Jan. 14,
and will constitute the quarter
finals of the world
championship. The semi-final
round will take place in April
and the finals in September.
The ultimate winner will play
current world chess champion
Bobby Fischer of the United
States in 1975.

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BEIRUT Kuwait has
reached agreement with two
major western oil companies
operating in the Persian Gulf
state for a 60 per cent
government takeover of their
operations, Kuwait's Defense
and Interior Minister Sheikh
Saad El Abdullah said today.
In an interview with the
Beirut Daily Nahar, Saad said
the agreement, affecting the
Gulf Oil Corp. and British'
Petroleum (BP), will soon be
introduced into Parliament and
will leave the door open for
total nationalization within
five years.
Gulf and BP jointly own the
Kuwait Oil Company (KOC)
which produces more than 90
per cent of Kuwait's crude oil.
The Kuwait Parliament,
which rejected last year an
agreement that would have
given Kuwait an initial 25 per
cent ownership expanding to
51 per cent by 1982, has
recently been pressing for total
nationalization of the foreign
oil interests.
"The negotiated agreement
preserves the government's
right to raise gradually its
participation share to 70, 80,
90 or 100 per cent by 1979,"
Sheikh Saad said.
"This means the bill to be
introduced into Parliament
would stipulate complete
nationalization when technical


jobs and experience in
management, drilling,
prospecting and marketing are
all insured," the Sheikh added.
Saad did not say how and
where the negotiations with
the companies were conducted
but previous reports in the
Kuwaiti press said BP and Gulf
Oil executives had been in
Kuwait for at least three
weeks.
Both companies denied last
month they had agreed to a 60
per cent participation by
Kuwait. The government
described such reports at the
time as "premature."
The nationalization bill
tabled in December by a leftist
group of members still is on
the parliament agenda.
It provides for a "fair and
just compensation" for the
companies in return for their
concessions, equipment, assets
and other belongings.
Saad said the government
bill would provide for
"assessing the company's
belongings at their present
.depreciated value at the basis
of which compensation for the
60 per cent share would be
calculated."
The bill, he said, would be
presented as a rival to the
outright nationalization bill
"The final verdict is for
parliament to hand down," he
added. (AP)


-Stay slim

to find

room at

the top

NEW YORK Fat men
don't fare well in landing
higher-paying executive jobs,
according to a survey by an
employment agency that
specializes in placing
executives.
An overweight person may
be losing as much as $1,000 a
year for every pound of fat,
said Robert Half, president of
a Madison Avenue agency
with branches in 43 American
cities.
A survey conducted by a
dozen of Half's branches
showed:
Among executives in the
$25,000-50,000 salary range,
nine percent were more than
10 pounds overweight.
In the $10,000-20,000
executive range. 39 percent
were more than 10 pounds
heavier than the standards of
normal weight established by
insurance companies.
Half attributed the finding
to a prejudice against the
overweight and what he held
to be a false belief that they
are not as good workers as
slim persons.
The overweight. Half said.
are unfairly stereotyped as
slow, sloppy, inefficient and
overindulgent. When
important, high-paying jobs
are at stake and candidates
are under close scrutiny, the
overweight are less likely to
be hired or promoted into
them, he said.
Half, who is 5-10 and
weighs 150 pounds, said his
agencies frequently are asked
specifically for slim job
candidates, but remembers
only one company in 25
years that wanted a plump
executive. The company was
a maker of outsize apparel.
(AP).


WASHINGTON They'll
give you numbers 36.3
billion barrels, 11.0 years of
production but neither the
government nor the industry
really knows how much oil is
available in U.S. reserves.
An industry spokesman said
in an interview that the
often-quoted estimates actually
depend on oil company profit
goals. That is information the
companies apparently do not
even tell each other and the
government has no
independent reserve estimates
of its own.
In fact, almost all
government information about
energy supplies comes directly
or indirectly from the
companies
Since the Arab oil cutoffs
emphasized the U.S. energy
crisis, the energy industries
have renewed their lobbying
for tax incentives, price
increases and delays or waivers
of environmental, health and
safety regulations.
They say these moves are
needed to enlarge reserves and
speed up production.
Debate over such policies
must revolve around the
statistics describing and
predicting reserves and
production, which are available


only from the compan:e
themselves.
William E. Simon, director
of the Federal Energy Office
has pledged to mak
government energy
Meanwhile, the feder:
government must take its basic
information where it finds
while it hastily impose
emergency controls on the o
industry.
The mineral industries
including oil, must report dat
every ten years to the censi
bureau.
Beyond that, there is no la
requiring regular and conlple
oil company reports direct
to the federal government.
Petroleum reserves, still
the ground, can only
estimated.
These reserve estimates ti
the nation, in effect, he
much petroleum it has in
savings account, how long th
account can support o
present production rate a
how fast we must add
reserves to maintain a sa
balance.
The only real sources
reserve estimates are tP
industry groups, the Ameri.
Petroleum Institute and t
American Gas Associatic


NOTICE
BAHAMAS SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION LIMITED
tin Voluntary Liquidation)
NOTICE is hereby even that a Petition for
winding up of the above Company by the
Supreme Court subject to the supervision of the
Court was on the 15th day of November 1973
presented to the said Court by the said
Company.
AND THAT the said Petition is directed to be
heard before His Lordship Mr. Justice James
Smith sitting at the Supreme Court in the City
of Nassau in the Island of New Providence on
the 21st day of January, 1974, at 2:30 o'clock
in the afternoon and any creditor or
contributory of the said Company desirous to
support or oppose the making of an order on the
said Petition may appear at the time of the
hearing by himself or by his Counsel for that
purpose and a copy of the Petition will be
furnished to any creditor or contributory of the
said Company requiring the same by the
undersigned on payment of the regulated charge
for the same.
Dated this 27th day of December, 1973.

McKINNEY, BANCROFT & HUGHES
Chambers
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Nassau, Bahamas
Note: Any person who intends to appear at the
hearing of the said Petition must serve on or
send by post to the above named McKinney,
Bancroft & Hughes notice in writing of his
intention so to do. The notice must state the
name and address of the firm and must be signed
by the person or firm or by his Attorney (if any)
and must be served or if posted must be sent by
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LONDON The time a miner takes to
have a shower emerged today as a ke,
factor in whether Britain will soon regain
full coal supplies whether millions of
workers will be spared the nagging fear of
halftime working.

The bathing time was one of the snags
that helped torpedo talks between
representatives of the miners and officials
of the National Coal Board.
The talks were aimed at ending a
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weekends which has resulted in a 30 per
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NuLUus ADDICTUS JURARE IN VERBA MAGISTR
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor 1903 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917.1972
Contributing Editor 1972.
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc.. B.A., LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor 1972-
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
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Thursday January 3, 1974


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
(This is the second installment in a series of four articles in
which I will try', by using disjointed scraps of history, to paint a
picture of the destructive forces of pride and prejudice in human
experience.
(This series arises out of a recent conversation with a friend in
England who was disturbed to see his great country sinking into
the mediocrity that has overtaken great nations of the past. Space
is too limited to permit an expansive discussion of the human
story. All I can present in this series are bits and pieces that may
serve to stir your imagination.)

**ec**ec
I DON'T HAVE to write a great deal about England. We have
lived a part of this great story.
It was on the fields of Runnymede that Magna Carta was
signed by King John. From that document have evolved the
freedoms we now enjoy. Today those freedoms have reached the
extreme where liberty is often being confused with licence ... and
democracy may destroy itself.
Britain was the home of the. Industrial Revolution. Here also
was born a sense of freedom that not only liberated African slaves
in the world but the Royal Navy was also used to force other
nations to end the inhuman traffic in African flesh.
The British were great colonizers, traders, nation builders,
inventors.
In law the term "British Justice" has come to.represent the
highest conception of fairolay in the human story.
Among Britain's great men was Lord Nelson.
J. Frank Dobic was a lecturer at an English university during
the Battle of Britain in the second world war. He wrote a book
and gave it the title "A Texan In England" in which he expressed
great admiration for the courage of the British race.
"It would be hard to say," wrote Dobie. "what man in the past
comes nearest to being the national hero of England. It might be
Shakespeare. In the realm of action. Nelson certainly leads.
"Tlhei lie beyond the reach of human pride
"Who fought with Nelson and with tNelson died
"The imperial hand that surrendered its sword at Waterloo had
long back been paralyzed by Nelson and the British fleet.
Considering how this fleet was for nearly a hundred years to
enforce the Munroe Doctrine, Nelson might well be one of
America's heroes too."
This was before Winston Churchill caune on the scene.
Churchill recorded his own greatness in speeches that infused
new life and courage into a spiritually defeated nation, then
rallied them in a titanic struggle to ultimately crush a formidable
foe ... only in the end to be rejected at the polls in one of the
most important general elections in the history of the nation.
It was the emergence of the Labour Government on the scene
at the close of this war that speeded up the decay of Britain's
power and the dissolution of the British Empire.
"We shall not flag or fail," Churchill's voice boomed out to a
spiritually defeated nation. "We shall fight in France, we shall
fight on the seas and oceans, we shall fight with growing
confidence and growing strength in the air, we shall defend our
island, whatever the cost may be, we shall fight on the beaches,
we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields
and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never
surrender.
"Let us therefore brace ourselves to our duties, and so bear
ourselves that, if the British Empire and its Comnuonwealth last
for a thousand years men will say: 'This was their finest hour.' "
This was Britain's finest hour. But with Churchill's hand
removed from the helm of power in the final days of victory ...
this also proved to be Britain's Swan Song.
No longer does the average Englishman seem to remember
Nelson's famous signal to his battle line at Trafalgar: "This day
England expects every man to do his duty."
Britain's decay is too recent for a derogatory name to be
associated with an Englishman. But someone will give him a name
... even worse than Linme ... that will stick and, as my English
friend bemoaned, they will be no greater than the Portuguese for
whom fame went into eclipse centuries ago.

Back in Old Testament days the Syrians were a great warrior
race. But the time came when they were enslaved by the Turks.
One of nmv earliest recollections as a child in The Tribune was
periodical news reports of massacres of Christians in Lebanon by
their heathen masters.
As a child I remember the Syrians who came to the Bahamas.
They were pedlars. Today their descendants are among our finest
and most successful citizens.
Syrians also went to Haiti as pedlars. Today they are among
that island's most successful merchants but these white men are
not accepted in the social clubs of Haiti's black elite.
The socially prominent families of Haiti still remember the
origin of these people, not realizing that they were refugees from
- an anti-Christian persecution and were obliged to turn their hands
- to any honest labour to make a living.
r My wife and I visited Lebanon a few years ago and found that,
as a result of the flight front Turkish persecution, there are more
S Lebanese distributed throughout the world especially in the
Western Hemisphere than are left in Lebanon.

Some 'ears ago I addressed a coloured business man's luncheon
* in Miami.
I was introduced by the late Kelsey Pharr who told the
gathering about the various activities in which I was engaged. He
did not mention that I was a member of the House of Assembly.
After the luncheon he explained that two colgured members of
the House had visited Miami shortly before I was there. They had
behaved so badly that he didn't think my hosts would consider it
a credit to be a member of the House.
One of these mnen is now dead, the other holds a very
prominent position in the country, today.
,, On another occasion I met a white man in Miami. He didn't


By The Associated Press
TODAY is THURSDAY 3rd, hospital.
the third day of 1974. There 1963
are 362 days left in the year. forces captu
IHIHLIGH(IS in history on Katanga: a
this date: mission visit
1973 U.S. air force jets closer militz
wreck one of North Vietnam's between the t
biggest air bases, 10 miles 1962 Inc
north of Hanoi. Sukarno proc
1972 Pakistan government Guinea a
says it is willing to release from province.
custody the Bengali leader, 1961 T
Sheik Mujibur Rahman, but severs relation
does not say when. 1942


United Nations
re Jadotville in
French military
s Spain seeking
ary cooperation
wo countries.
lonesian President
claims west New
n independent

he United States
is with Cuba.
Japanese troops


196 I Jack Ruby. slayer ot begin the World War Two siege
accused presidential assassin of Bataan.
Lee Harvey Oswald, dies of 1941 Italian forces
cancer in a Dallas. Texas, surrender at Bardia, Libya.

want to believe me when I told him I was from Nassau.
Up to that time the only people he had met from Nassau were
among the large number of Bahamians who migrated to Florida
early in this century to populate Coloured Town in Miami.
Most of these early migrants came from backward Out Islands.
In those days the majority of them could not read or write. At
that time there were no immigration barriers ... the U.S was wide
open and millions of immigrants were pouring into the country
from all over the world.
The standard from the Bahamas was so low that the U.S.
finally required migrants from these islands to be able to read a
passage in the Bible.
In Miami all these people claimed they came irom Nassau.
"We called them "saus'," the man told me. This was an
abbreviation of Nassau and was pronounced "sores".

Forty-odd years ago Francis E. Albury was one of the
successful black men in Nassau. He had a thriving drug store
business on Bay Street.
We started to raise families at about the same time.
I was in his drug store one day. We had always been friends. At
least I thought so. But on that occasion I sensed a feeling of
resentment on his part. I asked him the reason. He said he felt
sore because my children would have greater opportunities in this
country than his.
This was unfortunately true and I felt sad about it. At that
time it was a handicap to be born black.
This condition continued until I was instrumental in breaking
down barriers of racial discrimination in the colony in January
1956. After that conditions for coloured people steadily
improved.
We were well out of the racial forest until January 1967 when
the P.L.P. took over control of the government and set
discrimination in reverse. Today it is a handicap in these islands
to be born anything but black.
None of this makes sense but if you have an understanding of
it you will be able to ride on top of the storm without
experiencing the frustrations and bitterness that haunt so many
people in the Bahamas today.
1 might add that Mr. Albury had no reason to be concerned
about his children. They have done well and are a credit to his
name.

The Moors are black Africans. They were great pirates on the
high seas and warriors on land.
For centuries they dominated a large area of western Europe ...
Portugal, Spain, France, Italy. One of the places I found
interesting during a visit to Lisbon were the ruins of Moorish forts
way up on the top of a low mountain peak.
The Moors have left their mark on these countries with the
olive complexion of many of the people.

One of the great military leaders before Christ (BC) was
Hannibal, a North African general and statesman. He was born in
Carthagena 249 BC. His father was a great general before him.
When he was a child his father predicted that Hannibal would be
a great leader when he grow up because he knew how to obey. To
be a leader in life a man must first learn to obey.
Hannibal must have been a small man because Juvenal, who
lived in the years AD60-circa, to 130, wrote: "Put Hannibal in
the scales: and how many pounds of flesh will you find in that
famous general?"
Small in stature, he was great in achievement. He performed
the extraordinary feat of taking elephants and an army of
100,000 black Africans across the Alps in an attempt to surprise
the Romans in the rear. But his approach was betrayed. He failed
to surprise the Romans. Even so he almost succeeded in
overthrowing one of the Caesars and conquering the Eternal City
(Rome).
He was finally defeated but he left his visiting card. What was
left of his 100,000 blacks settled in Southern Italy and left their
mark behind. Southern Italians are an olive skinned people.
Another interesting fact is that St. Augustine, the greatest of
four recognized thinkers in the early Roman Catholic Church,
wa: a North African, the tutor of St. Gregory the Great who was
one of the greatest Popes of the Roman Catholic Church.
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FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: There was a single award for the
Bahamas in the Queen's New Year's Honours this year .... and it
very fittingly went to Timothy Gibson, composer of the new
nation's National Anthem.
This is the second time Mr. Gibson s musical talent has been
recognized by his Sovereign.
On the first occasion he was appointed a Member of the Most
Excellent Order of the British Empire. Now he has been elevated
to the rank of a Commander in this Order.
1 feel that this is an honour of which the whole Bahamian
people can be proud because it is not only recognition of the
work of a talented Bahamian but also of a family that for
generations have made a valuable contribution to the educational
and musical development of the Bahamian people.
I have known the Gibson family ever since I was a child in my
father's office when John Solomon Gibson visited The Tribune
whenever he was in town from Savannah Sound. John Solomon
was known as the silver tongued orator of his day.
I have known four generations of this family and served with
one of them in the B. W. I. Regiment in the first world war. Each
generation has produced men and women who have been
outstanding in their own sphere of activity.
I think it is important to his friends that in the case of
timothy Gibson, he has a clean record in his family life in which
he has set an example to young people in the community.
It is remarkable how some families go on for generation after
generation producing men and women of great stature. in this


group of rare families the Gibsons hold an honoured place in the
Bahamas.
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THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
I have watched this famous island descending incontinently,
fecklessly, the stairway which leads to a dark gulf. It is a fine
broad stairway at the beginning, but after a bit the carpet ends. A
little further on there are only flagstones, and a little further on
still these break beneath your feet. CHURCHILL.

Great minds have purposes, others have wishes. Little minds
are tamed and subdued by misfortune; but great minds rise above
them. WASHINGTON IRVING


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NEW MINISTERS SWORN IN
HIS EXCELLENCY the Governor-General, Sir Milo
Butler, is shown at Government House after swearing in the
Hon. George A. Smith as Minister of Transport and the
Hon. Alfred T. Maycock as Minister of Development. From
left: Mr. Smith, the Governor-General, Mrs. Maycock, Mr.
Maycock and the Hon Simeon L. Bowe, Minister of Works
and Utilities. Mr. Smith's daughter and the two daughters
of Mr. and Mrs. Maycock witnessed the ceremony.



Bahamasair's proposed



Out Island fare hikes


BAHAMASAIR announced
yesterday that it will increase
its domestic air fares from
January 15 as a result of a
more than 100 per cent
increase in fuel prices over the
past year.
Following is a table of the
new fares and a list of what
they were previously.


NASSAU TO:


A mA r-. I'PRESI'NIllPROPOS I)


S F.
Marsh Harbour
One-way
Round-trip
One-day
Treasure Cay
One-way
Round-trip
One-day Exc.

ANDROS:
San Andros
One-way
Round-trip
Andros Town
(Fresh Creek)
One-way
Round-trip
Mangrove Cay
One-way
Round-trip
South Andros
(Congo Town)
One-way
Round-trip

BERRY ISLAND
Chub Cay
One-way
Round.trip
Great Harbout
One-way
Round-trip
One-day Exc.
BIMINI:
One-way
Round-trip
CAT ISLAND:
Arthur:s Town
One-way
Round-trip
CROOKED ISLA
One-wav
Round-trip
ELEUTHERA:
North Eleuthe
One-way
Round-trip

COMET VISIE


One-dal I-xc. 15.00
Governor's Hlarbour
One-wa 14 00
Round-trip 2800
One-day l.xc. 19.00
EXUMA:
Georgetown
One-way 17.40
Round-trip 34.80
One-dayv xc. 28.00
GRAND BAIIAMA'
Freeport


One-way


23.00


ARF I$ FIARE Round-trip 46.00
r One-day Exc 33.00
18.00 22.00 INAGUA
36.00 44.00 One-way 37.50
27.00 33.00 Round-trip 75.00
LONG ISLAND:
18.00 22.00 Stella Maris
36.00 44.00 One-way 23.50
27 00 33.00 Round-trip 47.00
Deadnan's (ay
One-way 25.00
Round-trip 50.00
9.50 12 MAYAGUANA:
19.00 24.00 One-way 37.50
Round-trip 75.00
SAN SALVADOR
One-way 27.00
9.50 12.00 Round-trip 54-00


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11.00
22.00


24.00

14.00
28.00


13.00 14.00
26.00 28.00


S:

9.50 12.00
19.00 24.00
Cay
11.00 14.00
22.00 28.00
15.00 21.00


21.00 23.00
42.00 46.00


25 00 2200
50.00 4400
ND
33 00 37.00
6600 7400

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1 1.00 14.00
22.00 28.00

BLE SOON


SAN JUAN, (AI') Those
unable to spot the Comet
Kohoutek during the Christmas
holidays vill soon get an eyeball
look at the phenomenon,
astronomers say.
Kohoutek last week passed
behind the Sun and will next
appear on the southwest horizon,
during the twilight hours.
The comet will be most visible
from January 10 to 20.
On January 15th Kohoutek is
scheduled to pass 75 million miles
from the Earth the closest it will
comic to our world.
Astronomers predict it will
provide a brilliant spectacle because
its tail is disintegrating as it passes
relatively close to the centre of our
solar system. Tiny particles of
matter are expected to form a fiery
wake for the Comet, stretching
some 60 million miles behind it.
The comet tail owes its brilliance
to the light of the Sun, and its
increasing length, to solar radiations
that push away the gases and
minute particles of matter it
contain.
Kohoutek is moving away from
the Sun at a speed of 157 thousand
miles an hour. Once the Comet has
travelled beyond our planetary
system, it will lose itself in the
cosmic vastness, not to return for at
least 100-thousand years.
Dr. Lobos Kohoutek
discovered the cosmic visitor last
March 7, using a telescope at the
Hamburg observatory in West
Germany.
Its brilliance, and the huge tail,
have prompted scientists to label
the Kohoutek discovery as "The
Comet of the century."


21.00

17.00
34.00
26.00


22.00
44.00
33.00


2.O00
56.00
42.00

42.00
84.00


27.00
54.00

27.00
54.00

42 00
84.00

27.00
54.00


NOTI( I
INT1 NATIONAL BANK
A I) TRI'ST INASSAL' I IMITt1)


NOTICE
winding
Supreme


(In Voluntary Liquidation )
is hereby given that a Petition for
up of tlhe above ( company by the
Court subject to the supervision of the


( court was on the 15th. day of November 1973
presented to the said court t by the said
Company.
AND THAT the said Petition is directed to be
heard before His Lordship Mr. Justice James
Smith sitting at the Supreme Court in the;
City of Nassau in the Is of Ns in te Il New Providence
on the 21st day of Januarv, 1')74 at 2:30
o'clock in the afternoon ,nrd an, creditor or
contributors of the said (o:npair desirious to
support or oppose the making ; an order on the
said Petition may appear at the time of the
hearing by himself or by his Counsel for that
purpose and a copy of the Petition will be
furnished to any credit :i or contributory of 'the
said Company requiring the same by the
undersigned on payment of the regulated charge
for the same.
Dated this 27th daly of December. 1973.
McKINNIY. BANCROFT & HUGHES
chambers s
50 Shirley Street
Nassau, Bahamas
Note: Any person who intends to appear at the
hearing of the said Petition must serve on or
send by post to the above named McKinney.
Bancroft & ugIhes notice in writing of his
intention so to do. The notice must state th'
name and address of the firm and must be served
or if posted must be sent by post in sufficient
time to reach the above named not later than 5
o'clock in the afternoon of Frida\ 1I8th January,
1974.


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4 Hh rTbyunt

Hush! Here comes the new Toyota
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SMOOTH looking. smooth rdiing
small, easy on gasoline, roomy and
all new for 1974. That's the Toyota
Corona series available through
Econocars on D. [I .... II Street.
Attention to design and detail is the
operative phrase in the new Corona
with its 1800 cc overhead cam engine.
a sophisticated t\ pe usually found in
more expensive spo ts touring cars.
This engine gives sm -,ootih quiet
performance which makes the dtr\,er
wonder if there is r .: in engine
under there at aill Th' I L.. models
also produce the 'c -o ot et engine'
smoothness 'trm a: l uL1c .
clean- turning n '.,lh.e aL salve
powerplant.
The wide state a.id l'eret cc Ltic
of eravit' hlcip I, ,, a 'h': inL' Ci( ;:, i
outstanding r0oadhrlhdm ,ri d cornering
stability. And the i. h.Ias b en
Slc 'rt'hL. 1, w itht oit incrc.t iig tihel
overall length
Scientific studies usIN! 1J a ri: I .t[ eiC


assisted IL o taiN s degners aTn
engineers II finding the exact
placement ot all driver controls.
Shifting gears is smooth and accurate
with the shilt lever, whether on the
sl 1ii-; column or flohr mounted,
11' iii easily and natural to the
hand. An extra light diaphragm spring
and a larger clutch disc assure
minimum pedal pressure and improved
:ecirculating hall type steering with
needle -Ilcih bearings in the steering
sector shaft makes parking easier, road
handling smoother and more precise.
he headlight, windscreen
wipel washer controls and turn signals
are located on the steering column
within eCis reach. The whole concept
o! the Corona is to make driving as
neiil! effortless as possible.
I he Corona Deluxe Sedan offers
three models the 1800 with
1 ourr-spced manual or optional
three -sled automatic transmission
and taric covered front bucket seats,


me iouu with tour-speed manual
transmission and fabric covered front
buckets, and the 1600 with a
three-speed manual transmission and
fabric covered bench front seat on the
right hand drive models. The left hand
drive model has front bucket seats.
These Corona Deluxe Sedans offer a
lengthy list of standard equipment
including wall-to-wall nylon pile
carpets, tinted windshield, five-button
AM radio, and electric clock, padded
armrests and a cigarette lighter. There
is also a flow-through ventilation
system with a booster fan, a steering
column lock and a lined baggage
compartment.
For those who want a more sporty
car. Corona has the hardtop models
again with the 1800 or 1600 engine.
This is the car that adds a sporty
touch while still remaining a
thoroughly practical family car.
Powered by a smooth overhead
cam. four-cylinder engine, the hardtop


has a console mounted three-speed
automatic transmission. There are
contoured reclining front bucket seats
and the 1800's rear seat is just as
roomy as that of the Corona Sedan.
There is a spacious luggage
compartment but for more space, the
rear seat can be folded down opening
up a large flat area.
The Corona wagon is a handsome,
highly versatile vehicle luxury. It has
the same handling ease, comfort,
luxury and safety features of the other
Coronas plus lots more useful carrying
space. This space is lined with a plastic
covering colour-keyed to the rest of
the car. The I andy, swing-up rear gate
gives easy loading and unloading and
there is lots of space because of the
wider tread and curved doors.
The wagon is available with either
the 1800 cc. engine or the 1600 cc.
These handsome yet practical
Toyota Coronas are all available
through Econocars on Dowdeswell
Street.


The Toyota Corona
Corona, Corona Deluxe Sedan,


Corona Hardtop and the
Corona Wagon are all-new


for 1974 and available through
Econocars


ESCAPING from the cold weather of
Canada is Mr. Otto Lang, Minister of Justice
and Attorney General for Saskatchewan shown
above being greeted at Nassau's International
Airport by Mr. Addington Cambridge, of


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External Affairs. Mr. and Mrs. Lang, Mrs.
Lang's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
T. Marchant and Mr. Marchant's mother spent
the New Year holiday at Arawak Cove Club at
Gregory Town, Eleuthera.


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CLARA GIBSON, head
cashier, is a recent recipient of
the Paradise Island Limited
employee-of-the-month award.
Appointed to her present post
in 1969. Mrs. Gibson is in
charge of all the food and
beverage cashiers, and also
responsible for making deposits
for Paradise Island Limited's
three hotel facilities, the Ocean
Club. the Beach Inn and the
Britannia Beach Hotel. "It's a
pleasure to know that
management appreciates my
services, "she says. Mrs. Gibson
is married to James Gibson and
the couple have six children.
Pictured: Duncan Rapier,
P.l.L's general manager,
congratulates Mrs. Gibson.


TONIGHT IS THE NIGHT FOR


ROMANCE WITH THE BOTTLED


ROMANCE OF MEXICO...


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SAUZA


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orange juice.
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Tequila Sauza, fill with
orange juice and stir.


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Thursday January 3, 1974
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NOTICE

NOTICC is hereby given that NELSON PIERRE of West
Street is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for naturalisation as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any
reason why naturalization should not be granted should
send a written and signed statement of the facts within
twentyeight days from the 3rd day of January 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P. O.
Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that GERALD MINGAY
OLDHAM of Fox Town, Abaco is appl ing to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 3rd day of January 1974
to The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
P. O. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that MARIA BEATRICE
GRAY of P. O. Box F2032, Freeport, Grand Bahama is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twentv.eiqht days
from the 3rd day of January, 1974, to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P. O. Box
N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that JAMES ALMONDA GRAY of
P. 0. Box F2032, Freeport, Grand Bahama is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of the Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 3rd day of
January, 1974, to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147, Nassau.





NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that MARY LAMBERT of Santa
Maria Drive, Freeport, Grand Bahama is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 3rd day of
January, 1974, to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that EVELYN AUGUSTA RIGBY
of Sea Grape, Grand Bahama is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 3rd day of January 1974
to The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
P. O. Box N7147, Nassau.





NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that SAMUEL CORNELIUS
RIGBY of Sea Grape, Grand Bahama is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 3rd day of
January 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that NOEL C. FORBES of Yellow
Elder Gardens is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason
why registration should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 3rd day of January 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P. O.
Box N7147. Nassau.


NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that GEORGE E. FORBES of
Yellow Elder Gardens is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 3rd day of January 1974
to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
P. O. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that SUSAN J. FORBES of Yellow
Elder Gardens is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason
why registration should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 3rd day of January 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship. P. 0.
Box N7147, Nassau.


ARRIVED TODAY: Tropic *
Day from West Palm
Beach
SAILED TODAY: Tropic
Day for West Palm Beach:
Bahama Star. Emerald Seas.
Ilixvia for Miami.
ARRIVING TOMORROW: By Ab l Van Buren
T.S.S. Mardi Gras, Southward By AbigaIl Van Bure
from St. Thomas. c 14 n calca Trabe-N. Y. NWs svm., Inc.
DEAR ABBY: I don't know if you have ever come
TIDES across a problem like this, but here goes: Is it a sin for a
igh 329 a and Catholic to have a strong desire for a priest?
igh 3:29 am. and 3:4 I must know if I have to confess my feelings to a priest
p ,'" in the confessional before I am able to take communion
Low 9:50 a.m. and 9:47 again. ATTRACTED
p.m.
DEAR ATTRACTED: It is not a sin for any person to
WEATHER have a strong desire for a person of the opposite sex.
God made us, man and woman, as we are. To be
Wind: East-south-easterly 12 attracted to another person who cannot, because of mar-
to 20 m.p.h. riage or ordination vows, respond, is not a sin. But to act
Weather: Partly cloudy and upon it, with deliberate intention of making another violate
cloudy with isolated showers his for her] vow of celibacy or marriage IS a sin.
likely
Sea: Slight to moderate
Sea: Slight to moderate DEAR ABBY: I have a wonderful husband. No woman

Max. tomorrow 80 could ask for more in a man. But he has one habit which I
am convinced is a handicap in his line of work. [He's a
SUN real estate salesman for a highly reputable company.]
Rises 6:55 a.m. With every pause in the conversation with clients, he
Sets 5:32 p.m. givesout with a very forced laugh, tho nothing has been


said to justify this "laughter."
I have pointed out to him as gently as possible that his
phony laugh makes him appear insincere, and I've even
told him that I have observed the facial expression on the
people he's with, and they register surprise, wariness and
even contempt, but it doesn't seem to faze him.
Abby, I don't want the man I love to come over like an
insincere phony, because he's not, but if I didn't know him
personally, I wouldn't buy a thing from him.
Nervous habit or not, perhaps if you print this, it might
help. CONCERNED IN CALIF.
DEAR CONCERNED: Your mentioning the possibility
that your husband's forced laugh could be a "nervous hab-
it" shows you to be on target. Habits are acquired, and can
be broken-with proper motivation. When your husband
feels it's a handicap, he'll do something about it. Don't nag
him. You've made your point, and it's a good one.

DEAR ABBY: I am a 29-year-old woman [closer to 30
than I care to think about] with a problem I've had for
years. I have an overbite which has always made me self-
conscious.
After talking to my dentist I now must make a choice.
Either I must have my two front teeth removed and a
bridge installed, or I'll have to wear braces for two years
to correct this overbite. What should I do?
ON THE FENCE


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S Now Showing
M atinee starts at 2:15
Evening 8:30
"ENTER THE DRAGON" PG.
Bruce Lee, John Saxon
plus
"RIDE IN THE
WHIRLWIND" G.
Jack Nicholson,
Cameron Mitchell
Plus late feature
Friday night.
'Phone 22534

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8:30 'Phone 21004, 21005
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served basis.


Last Day Friday
Continuous Showings
from 3:00
"TRICK BABY" R.
Kiel Martin, I
Mel Stewart
plus
"HIGH PLAINS
DRIFTER" R.
Clint Eastwood,
Verna Bloom
No One Under 17Admitted.


FRIDAY
evening 8:30-'Phone 346661



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MOON
Rises 1:48 p.m.
Sets 2:43 a.m.


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Desire for another


not considered a sin

DEAR ON: I'd go with the braces. Pulling teeth is an
irreversible decision. If you choose the braces, and decide
on the bridge later you can always do it, but once you have
an extraction, that's final!
For Abby's new booklet, "What Teen-Agers Want to
Know," send $1 to Abigail Van Buren, 132 Lasky Dr., Bev-
erly Hills, Cal. 90212.


NOW SHOWING
First Showing in Nassau
at 7:00 & 10:05

BEYOND ALANIIS
Patrick Wayne
John Ashley
Plus -
at 8:45

IWYLIGHT PEOPLE
John Ashley


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C13089
SKYLINE house and
separate 2-storey duplex.
Main house has 'our bedrooms
three baths, furnished, central
Air, Tastefully furnished, 2-cai
garage. Spacious grounds. Only
$165,00.00
WESTERN SHORES high
and dry on hilltop. Gorgeous
views and a pool, patio,
secluded. Furnished in cood
taste. Only $88,000 00.
SEMI-HILLTOP Executive
House, at Piospect -. j.i
views of: e.a and golf links. A
Country side atmosphere. Has
four bed oorns, fur nished, with
,i. Has en( closed swimming
pool a'd patio. Priate
DIAl DA MIANOS 220 3,
41197 openings.

C13090
COMMERCE -.I PROPERTIES
12 Iii't -n-all motel
>'win,rm ng p-.ol, patio, cof- ee
shop. manager quarters going
busir-es. only $225,000.00.
Easy terms a available.
11 units Centreville Hilltop.
Asking $125,000.00. Well
establ shed. Good mental

Common 1. al pto)per ties near
Br.tish CoIonel see anytime.
You ..vvIl be surprised at the
low askingqg ice.
DIAL NICK DAMIANOS
22033. 22305. 41197.
(_13092
WESTWARD VILLAS WITH
SANDY BEACH RIGHTS
Have two house with 3
b.t0o()'s. 2 baths, furnished,
with a'r. Onlv $3'. 000.00
FOUR BEDROOMS 3 baths,
heated swimming pool patio,
Ai furnished and t rights Sandy
Beach opposite Cable Beach.
Only $65,000.00 a Santa
Special.
HILLTOP WI NTON
HIGHWAY Gorgeous Views
sp,.icous grounds Rights to
b-,ach. We have three houses, at
$S8,000.00, $110,000.00 and
at $150,000.00. Average
fo'Lit bedroomrs three baths, and
-e .'en more.
DIAL DAMIANOS 22033,
22305, 41197.
C13091
WOODLAND quiet, near to
shopping and school. Has 3
be-dr--oms 2 baths, furnished
th Air unusually spacious
ouse "'r $38,000 00 With
nly $10,000.00 down,
balance 10 years at 101%
a '-irtized nonthlv. Ideal aift
fr-i SANTA.
DIAL DAMIANOS 22033,
22305.41197.

C13086

Over 2000 aue, at LONG
i S L AN D I n c luding
waterifontage. Ideal for high
class develupmenet' Inquiries
enterta ined Dial Nick
Damianos 2203 evenings
41197.

C 13096
DAVSON'S REAL ESTATE
CO. LTD
(Certified Real Estate Brokers
& Appraisers)
Phones21178 55408
P. O. Box N-4648,
Nassau, Bahamas
Proudly present
SMASHING REAL
ESTATE BARGAINS
THROUGHOUT THE
COMMONWEALTH
2, 3 and 4 BEDROOM
HOUSESS in the following
areas.
EASTERN ROAD
EASTERN ROAD on the
water as well as on the hills.
SAN SOUCI
BLAIR ESTATES
GLENISTON GARDENS
WINTON
THE GROVE (West Bay)
SKYLINE HEIGHTS
NASSAU EAST
SEA BREEZE
VILLAGE ROAD
GOLDEN GATES
HIGHLAND PARK
PROSPECT RIDGE
WESTWARD VILLAS


CONDOMINIUM
APARTMENTS in PARADISE
ISLAND
EAST BAY STREET
WEST BAY STREET
HOTELS and HOTEL SITES,
BEACH LOTS, COMMER-
CIAL 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. O. Box N-4648
Nassau, Bahamas


178


REAL ESTATE


C13087
HILLTOP
PARK.


HIGHLAND


High & dry. Gorgeous views.
Large house and of course.
kingsize swimming pool.
Secluded, immaculately
furnished with Air.
Sufficient space for a fifth
bedroom. Priced below
reproduction costs.
SANS SOUCI Hilltop, 3/4
acre grounds. Three bedrooms
2 baths, furnished. Magnificent
views only $57,500.00 View
without obligation.
DIAL THE ACTION
NUMBERS 22033, 22305,
22307, evenings 41197.

C13105
CANAL LOTS SEABREEZE
LAKEF FRONT LOtS
SEABREFZEF
Ideal for yachtsman and Water
Lover s Can sell lots
,, 1 .. .: or n a group.
DIAL DAMIANOS 22033.
22037.41197.

FOR RENT
C13007
1 and 2 bedroom unfurnished
S pa t 0n e-n t s a va Ilable
im-edirately- Rent includes
utit es. ouitab e for shops or
offices, Nassau Arcade, Bay
Street,. Phone 2-8537 or
5-8462 8a.m. to8 p.m.

C13044
FURNISHED AND
Al RCOND ITiONED 2
bedrooms, 1 bedroom -and
eff fciency apartments
Telephone 5-86790

C13081
AIRCONDITIONED bedroom
apartment Shirley Park
Avenue $235 per month.
Phone 5-8134.


COTTAGES and apartments
daily, weekly ot monthly
aircondit'oned. 'ul!y furnished.
maid service avai abie. Lovel'y
garden and' swwimmnlrg poo.
Telephone 31207 31093.

C13049
TIRED of your old gloomy
office- Begin the New Year by
moving to an office suite on
the top floor of Nassau's most
prestigious office building
for further information contact
Grosham (Property) Ltd. Tel
2-8966 or Box N-1706.

C 13080
UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom
house in Tyler Street for rent.
$160 per month. Telephone
34999.

CARS FOR SALE

C 13038.
BLACK CHEVROLET
CAPRICE in excellent
condition. L. J. Knowles, Tel:
58134.


C13101


AT MOTOR CENTRE
WE HAVE
THE USED CAR
FOR YOU
1970 CHEVY MALIBU SS
O.N.O. A/C tape, A.T., P/S
P/B, Mag wheels, vinyl top.
radio console, shift bucket
seats at ONLY $3,400.00
1970 BUICK SKYLARK
CON.O. A/T, P'S, PB radio
A/C, vinyl top, W'W tires at
ONLY $3,200.00
1970 CHEVY IMPALA O.N.O.
AT, A C, P S, P B, Radio.
W.'W Tyres at ONLY
$3.200.00
1972 FORD MAVERICK
O.N.O. A/T, radio at ONLY
$3,600.00
1970 CHEVY IMPALA A/T,
radio, P/S, P/B, W.rW tyres
A/C, at ONLY $1,800.00
1971 A.M.C. HORNET A/T,
radio, O.N.O. W/W tyres At
ONLY $2,200.00
1969 A.M.C. AMERICAN S/W
radio, A/T, O.N.O. at ONLY
$1,100.00
1969 FALCON S/W radio,
A/T, O.N.O. at ONLY
$1,200.00
1970 V/W. radio at ONLY
$1,100.00
1970 HILLMAN MINX at
ONLY $1,100.00
1972 DODGE AVENGER at
ONLY $1,750.00
1970 FORD CAPRI O.N.O. in
very good condition A/T, at
ONLY $1,400.00
1971 VAUXHALL VICTOR
STATION WAGON at ONLY
$1,200.00
1971 MORRIS CLUBMAN
ESTATE A/T at ONLY
$1,450.00
1969 FORD CORTINA S/T at
ONLY $850.00
THIS WEEK'S MECHANIC'S
SPECIAL
1969 CHEVY MALIBU at
ONLY $550.00


MOTOR CENTRE LIMITED
THOMPSON BOULEVARD
OPP. DAVIS STREET
P.O. Box N-3741
PH.56739

FOR SALE
C13079
1970 BEACH Euggy Truck -
Porsche and gearbox, mag rims
and radio. $1600 or nearest
offer. Contact Robert -
Lorandos Refrigeration 24842.


FOR SALE


S 130t6
SETS of World Book
Encyclopedia Childcraft World
Atias and Dictionaries For
information call 23921.

C13057
1 Ciubwith mattress
1 hioh chair
1 soldering gun
1 megaphone
Items of silver and pewtei
Miscellaneous parts for
cabinets and other woodwork
Metal frames ideal for
display board
1 Antique gold leaf framed
mirror
1 secretarial desk
1 desk 36 x 72 inches and
chairs
Miscellaneous desk accessories.
Call 23921.

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

C13041
23' BROADWATER Plywood
Boat 123 H. P. Ford Falcon
engine. Sleeps 3.. Ice box.
Reasonable buy. Call home
35913. Work 74198.

C 13065
PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.


PETS FOR SALE
C 13084
WANTED good home for one
Guinea Pig with large hutch
$5. Telephone 4 1166.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
C 12832
LUDEN LIMITED
LIQUOR SUPPLY
offering best
CHRISTMAS SPECIALS
until January 5th
COME AND PROVE IT
Dowdeswell Street.
Telephone 2-2117.


SCHOOLS
C 13039
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL

Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 and
8:30 a.m. or after 6 p.m. or
35084 anytime.

C 13094


'II


THE NASSAU CIVIC
BALLET SCHOOL
will commence its Winter Term
on Monday, January 7th. For
information call 5-2353.


HELP WANTED
C6576
JOB TITLE: TWO GENERAL
REPAIRMAN LEADERS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years. Good cement plant
mechanical background.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Direct and work in inspecting,
repairing, replacing, installing
and adjusting and maintaining
all mechanical equipment in a
major producing unit or
assigned area in a cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P O0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C6578
JOB TITLE: TWO MOBILE
EQUIPMENT MECHANICS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Secondary. Diploma in diesel
mechanics preferred but not
essential.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years. Diesel mobile
equipment mechanic.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Inspect, test, adjust, dismantle
and replace unit assemblies or
parts and make complete
repairs to gasoline or diesel
powered equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, C-rand Bahama.

C13052
THE CHASE MANHATTAN
BANK requires an experienced
Credit Analyst with good
accounting background.
Applicants should have had at
least 3 years experience in this
field In an administrative or
supervisory capacity.
Interested persons may contact
our Personnel Officer at
telephone 28792, to arrange an
interview.


SECTION


HELP WANTED


C 13082
BANK OF LONDON
&
MONTREAL LTD.
Applications are invited 'o
the position of Accountant
International Banking
Department, with Bank o'
London & Montieal Limited

Candidates must have had
practical banking experien'-
preferably with 't
international bank, arid he
proficient in the -I .. I
aspects of internet'. i '
t fance:

Control of i nternatI final
loans. Include ng par ticipat:ii'
I' loan coisol tiun's

Control of exchange andi
financial .1,,,.ii position

Foreign currency exchan;-
dialing operations.

Filuency in Spanish is reqiuited
fot cornrmLuncation with their
Bank's Spanish speaking clients
-r Central and South Amrne i:i

The successful candidate will
be based in the Bank's
International Headquaitei s ,i
Nassau.

Wr ite giving synopsr i r f
].1i : ..r.., and expen entce
to the Personnel Managei P. O
Box. N1262, Nassau. N.P.,
Bahamas.


C6577
JOB TITLE
MINIMUM
Secondary
MINIMUM
Knowledge
ci usher and


: CRUSHERMAN
EDUCATION:

EXPERIENCE:
of cement plant
related equipmentI


DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operate stone ci usher and
related equipment. i.e. p iiniai y
crusher, feeders, belt
conveyors, screens, lubr(i iJt ri
equipment, etc.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Pe I so i, i
Department, Bahama Cerl-n t
Company. P. 0. Bo F 10"
Freeport. Grind Bahama.

C13076
URGENTLY NEF.DED:1 Barb-r
4 Farm Labourers
Contact Rev. W. 1. Mr Kin .y
at Master Barber's Officte.
Lincoln Blvd. P. 0. Box 1312,
Nassau. Baharmas.

C 13083
FIRST NATIONAL CITY
TRUST COMPANY
(BAHAMA) LIMITED
P. O. Box N1576,
OAKESFIELD
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
BOOKKEEPERS
ACCOUNTANTS
Wanted expei iened
Bookkeepers/Accountants ,
applicants must be conversari
with all aspects of Accounting
for Managed Companies a-'d/oi
Trusts.
Apply to Mr. Bruce Gwvther
telephone 2-4240-

C.13024
EXPERIENCED COOK with
excellent references. One in
family. Tel. 7-7240,

C13063
POSITION AVAILABLE FOR
MASTER MARINER IsIland
Cement Company Linited. P.
0. Box 5140, Nassau, Bahamas
is seeking a qualified Bahamian
for Master of the ".1 '/ "Island
Cement", a 1500 DWT Bulk
Ocean Vessel. Applicant must
be at least 30 years of age,
fully qualified as to education
and professional experience,
possessing a British
Foreign-Going Master Mir rrie
Certificate.
Applicants to please apply in
writing to the above address
giving a full resurnie of
education; experience and
technical certification.

WANTED

C13071
ONE IBM TYPEWRITER
ELECTRIC BALL TYPE.
CALL MR. ROBERTS 28437.

TRADE SERVICES
213045

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Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P.O. Box N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796
2-3797, 2.3798
Airport 7-7434,
FREE ESTIMATES.


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ANTENNAS
Island TV 2-2618

AUTOMOTIVE
Lucas Batteries
Bay Street Garage Ph. 2-2434
BODY BUILDING
Wong's Barbell Club 5-4506
BOOKSTORE
The Christian Book
Shop 5-8744

BUILDERS
Richard's Construction5-7080

CAMERAS
John Bull 2-4252/3

CARPETS
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993

CUSTOMS BROKERS
Martin's 2-3173

DEPT. STORES
Pixie's Dept. Store 2-3173

DRAPERIES
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993

DRUGS &
PRESCRIPTIONS
McCartney's 5-6068/5-2127

ENTERTAINMENT
Movies
Film & Equip. Service 2-2157

FLOOR MAINTENANCE
Rug Cleaning & Installation
Island Interiors 5-3576/4-2191

GARDEN & PET
SUPPLIES
Modernistic Gar. & Pet 2-2868
Nassau Garden & Pet
Montrose Avenue 2-4259


HARDWARE
John S. George 2-8421/6

LADIES' PANTIES
ABBIE LTD. 3-4208
Ladies' Panties Wholesale Only

LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING
New Oriental Laundry 2-4406
LOCKSMITH
Bahamas Lock & Key
2-4591 ext. C147

MEN'S & BOYS' IVEAR
The Wardrobe 5-5599

MUSIC


Cody's Records


2-8500


OPTICIANS
Optical Service Ltd. 2-3910/1

PRINTING
Wong's Printing 5-4506

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


WRECKER SERVICE
Gibson Wrecker Service2-8896


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TRADE SERVICES TRADE SERVICES
13062 C 13054
T.V i'NTENNfJS I OR INFORMATION on a
Ocostlrs t for homes. unique fIi'ish on your home
pa n tmev.ti a.r c ,,i, s y ,. lF ,.vlI give you 30 years of
SALES AND( S RVi. S pinS' f'-ee senvw1 e. Call 27612.
WOr I ) (; F MUSIC
vlackey S ti t :,xt tn Fr nk' --
)lac'.
C 13095
N01 ILL is hereby given that
S130'55 the roadway passing through
FOR RiT' IAIRS ,,n 1 s,'1'l the Cha lotte Stieet Carpark,
elentti i 1 i .iiplani es .it bcFtween Parliament Street and
I0 son hin'.. .. ,l 27GI1 Chatin tti, Street will be closed
-- -- --- 'fol passage fi 'om Saturday.
r3002 January 5, 1974 at 6 p.m.
FOR A I Yo m Gar de ..|, Monday, January 7,
FOR ,I I yot i Ga, tdlcino 1974 at 8 a ,
uneds, hrir' a rg, iq dg-ld r )tah.' Ju,:'I y 2, 1974
mining, boach cleaning, ft ,Sijnit i ittr I Atwood,
prompt easonable and Signed: F)m,,thy L Atwood,
ffI ( n1t n rv11eCa. ll a71id % : ;.r tfor Charlotfe
efficient snvice Call 5- 7810 Street Carpalk
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HELP WANTED
C6577
JOB TITLE: CRUSHERMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Secondary
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
Knowledge of cement plant
crusher and related equipment.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operate stone crusher and
related equipment, i.e. primary
cr usher, feeders, belt
conveyors, screens, lubricating
equipment, etc.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company. P. O. Box F-100,
Freepoi t, Grand Bahama.


C6576
JOB TITLE: TWO GENERAL
REPAIRMAN LEADERS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years. Good cement plant
mechanical background.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Direct and work in inspecting,
repair ing, replacing, installing
and adjusting and maintaining
all mechanical equipment in a.
major producing unit or
assigned area in a cement' plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company. P. 0. Box F-100,
Freepoit. Grand Baham,a

C6575
1 CAPTAIN: Minimum of
three (3) years experience in
f st class hotels and
restaurants with French Service.
Knowledge of preparation of
flambe items essential. Good
references and Police
Certificate required.
Applicants should apply in
person to: The Personnel
Department, Bahama's
Amusements Limited, El
Casino. P. 0. Box F-787,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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HELP WANTED

C13063
POSITION AVAILABLE FOR
MASTER MARINER Island
Cement Company Limited, P.
0. Box 5140, Nassau, Bahamas
is seeking a qualified Bahamian
for Master of the M/V "Island
Cement", a 1500 DWT Bulk
Ocean Vessel. Applicant must
be at least 30 years of age,
fully qualified as to education
and professional experience,
possessing a British
Foreign-Going Master Mariner
Certificate.
Applicants to please apply in
writing to the above address
giving a full resume of
education, experience and
technical certification.

C6578
JOB TITLE: TWO MOBILE
EQUIPMENT MECHANICS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Secondary. Diploma in diesel
mechanics preferred but not
essential..
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years. Diesel mobile
equipment mechanic.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
.Inspect, test,' adjust, dismantle
and replace unit assemblies or-
parts and make complete
repairs to gasoline or diesel
powered equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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PUZZLE
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1. Highways 26 Bushy clump
6. Indian 2. Vineyard
money 28 Stake
11. Fallacies 29 Greeting
13 Glove leather 31 Bargain hunter
14. Trek 33 Laborers
16. Dry 34 Sign of th
17. Wife of zodiac
Osiris 35 Eternity
18. Turkish 36 Stunt
caliph 37 Trees
20. Letters 39. Comp.m'inJ
21. Phoebus 41 Vapor
22. Orbiting 43. Tarantula
radio beacon 44. Rich cake
24. Tin symbol 45 ExactIag


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22. Color of
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25 Backward
27. Necklace
8. Divers'
disease
29 Boiler
30. Hospital
physician
31 Treaty
organization
32. Blue grass
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general
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36. Hover
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By VICTOR MOLLO
The best way to play any hand
is to give oneself every chance
that's going, gaining on the
swings without losing on the
roundabout. The theory is
simple, the tpr ice Is, at times,
more difficult, as here:
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with the OA.
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both. If the club finesse fails,
he will lose a diamond, even
though the OA Is right. If he
tries the diamonds first and
North has the 0 A, he will lose
two diamonds, and yet the club
finesse might be right.
The solution is to draw trumps,
cash four hearts, throwing a
diamond from dummy, and aross-
ing to the table. lead a diamond.
If South hu the OA, all's well.
If not. the club finesse ia still
available.
As the cards are, it's easy. But
suppose that dummy has the OJ
instead of the 02? When the
oJ is led, South plays low.
Should declare still go up with
the OK? What if South, seeing
what's afoot, played low hold-
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problem and there s no ready
answer. The best thing Is to
hold the 02. instead of the OJ.
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Itst. N1o lr fls: no i oret n rIt I
nil pnlpar na nak. A
tAw: ord, e ioo


Irrcelent Solti len morronv.
an ;'1'K it. V n ii.HTl.d l
,1iv. EacIh
l4of4 Mlrt l t-u0t o il l the laelr
leat one elglit-Ielter word lit the


llllrt.l IMtlEralIA. foreign l lord;
Ample arlel aril earl Iampale
Jimptel IMPI'E IAI. lhitrll lair
lame liilta least* llar itlnc I11111
Iltnll n113h. Intlt le Ialarl Ile-ail
mille miller pa111 Il le paIls
Ip;lltllr Iw al I;Irl iN'rll Ill" plel
nlllot lrtiltlll rall retrl rallllt


Rupert and Raggety Again-12
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Ruprt explains that the hat was given
, tO Oitedod. "Hrm, I reed.that hat," frowns
;San. "You me, ft wm oareless of me, but
J Gt an Important ple of aper in the bnd.
S mply mus have It." So upeft has a
lurrnd brd and ,en I out with Sam
fI O t rm. "Noltg' alp*hapew tsighs
*m-n "r haven't found my met other. I


know, you search for t," ays Ruptrt, "and
I'll gt the hat. l meet you at the @hck
later." SSam g mrad Rpt goee by
hhnewf to th m "Mo upet" M an
Farmer THrmutt. Twm rough torm lst
night It air took o Odmedoed'W trw hat
and I dunno where Res Omt."
ALL RIMMw Mgese


Chess
By LEONARD GARDEN













m vie) ;agnst ',e,-.gade in tais
poeStion was the most brilliant
finish of the 1973 RPsstan Chaimn-
ponships. Black Is threatened
wJch the crushing Q xR h, but
attack in fst. How did the game
end?
Par -times: 10 seconds, chess
master or expert; :1 minute
county layer: 2 minutes, club
standard; 5 mintrtes, verge; 10
- ;i *' x, ; R T x Q, c--R,

minutes. novice

Chess Solution
I. -B7 ch!; 2 Q x Q. R-R4
c!, 3 BxR, P-Kt4 mate.














No. '.3-'13 .b. py TI'.1 Mc(A
Across
I. Mad dogli antd Eangtlihelle
go not na t ii It hrls helt
M. M'iddlc. (3)

1i2. larden Implaeent. 13)
u I I


at. Seek ton marr (3)
14. FLnish. (a)
iA. ita rcese Post. (5) e
i. nutese lip. 4(h5)
to. rPadle C. (3 )
CI. Uccn. (3)
h2. The ivil. ne)
'3. show rartItude. (3)

I. NaturaBl huour. (6. 3)


e. Winter fealtre. (4)
Ih!. Sho rat( u (ma






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I CARROLL RIGHTER'S

S5k&OROSCOPE
I from the Carroll Righter Institute
Y, GENERAL TENDENCIES: Organize your life
\ on a more secure foundation and get those of a
practical turn of mind to go along with that plan of action that
means much to you.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Use your own judgment which
is good today and not that of an adviser who is off base now.
Make p.m. a happy one with mate.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Use intellect in making the
improvements to your appearance and you get fine results
now. Listen to what others have to say at any group affairs.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Make tasks fun, easily
accomplished, by adopting a more practical system. Others
come to you for advice on problems, so give it willingly.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Although you
want to be with good pals, don't take them away from
important duties. Assist others with their problems. Be
creative.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Follow every rule and regulation
that applies to you. Listen to a bigwig for greater success, and
follow advice carefully.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Be alert to fine, new ideas
that come your way. A new acquaintance can become a fine
pal, though not particularly handsome or pretty.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Somewhat annoying chores
are necessary to get your affairs in good order. Mate is peevish,
so do whatever placates. Have more thought for yourself.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov 21) Enlarge interests to
accomplish more. Steer clear of an opposing partner today
See friends you have not seen in a long time.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Put aside fun and do
work awaiting your attention important to your welfare. Take
treatments for greater health and happiness.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Your fine creative ideas
should be put in operation quickly today, but make sure you
do not fight with mate. Enjoy the less expensive amusements.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Plan how to make your
life at home more satisfying. Rid yourself of whatever it is that
has been causing strife. Be thoughtful of others.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Ideal day for the shopping you
can really afford. Use care in motion. Handle any
transportation matters with real care, since they are
complicated.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY.... he or she will show
a love and understanding of money and property, which is fine
provided you teach early to put family first and to work on a
spiritual level Teach also to be of assistance to others. Slant
education along organizational lines. Sports are a must here.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel" What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


Blondie By Chic Young


T E OAMBOLS


I wmT-eEo IJ I muSTr


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS
1. Impact 29. Gossamer
6. Lariat 31. Card game
1. Turret 35. Impair
2. Periodical 38. Resinous
3. Mercury substance
symbol 40. Rake
14. Bargain 41. Greek
16. Published underground
18. Nourished 43. Harass
19. City of God 45. Italian town
20. Hardheaded 46. Bishop's
22. Dispute church
24. Complement of 49. Has being
a bolt 50. Herald
25. Bar legally 51. Sea anemone
27. English 53. Amid
fivers 54. Decoration


A i I PIa IRcMIs
: IEPa NifEAT
9lA;^APifAT


rIEiNLIj


SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
DOWN
1. Contrapuntal 5. Desirous
compositions 6. Nonsense
2 Kind of art 7. Rainbow
3. King Arthur's 8. Encore
lance 9. Giant armadillo
4. Musical sign 10. Regarding
7- 9 ,o" 11. Throttle
15. Fragrance
17. Asian holiday
21. Forthwith
23. Battle
26. Fencing dummy
28. Pelt
S 7 30. Poet
32. Gang
2 33. Mrs. Humphrey
34. Bar-,.
1 35. Mohammed's
birthplace
36. Buzzer
37. Percentage
1/ 39. Ricochet
42. Chinese god
44. Stare
S 47. Work unit
48. Induced
52. Singing
syllable


CROSSWORD

PUZZLE
ACROSS 29 Between 12
1. Seed covering and 20
6. Authenticate 30 In what way?
12. Russian 31 Field rat
guild 32 Aluminum
13. Ladybird 33. Robed
Johnson, nee - 35 TV in Britain
14. Lubricate 37 Water hole
16. Inclined 39 Bookworm
17. Unsuitable 42. Followed
19. Recess 44. Sports palace
20. Roman date 45 Judged
22. Triple 46 Revivify
24. Halfway DOWN
25. Lithograph
26. Italian river 1. Attach a label
28. Mixed type 2. Bungle


SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE

3. Cooked in 7. Spigot
water 8. Repressive
4. Cleaves ruler


S91 11 Corner
15. Beg
-OLUTN Oi 18 Oversized
sandwich
20. Rascal
-- 21.502
9. 23. Office holders
wa- 25. Caress
In 26. Hawalian dish
-6. Prepo n 27. Wise bird
29. rksomeness
30. Tomboy
31. Billiard shot
z32. Waring siz g
- 33. Student
S 34. Path

king
40. Clmical
suffllx
41. Uncokd
wr5 -S 43. ClOfical degr
Wuores 43s Claricel dqgre


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[ JUDGE PARKER By PAUL NICHols

BECAUSE ARE YOU SURE IT WASN'T TC( MEANWHILE NOW YOU DO LIKE I TOLD
WHY DID SLADE GO INTO HE WANTED MAKE A TOUCH ABBEY? YOU..,AND EVERYBODY'S HAPPY! YOU W
THE SORDID DETAILS OF TO GET IT DID YOU LET HIM HAVE SUNDAY'S GAME BY LES ThAN
THI INVOLVEMENT WITH OFF HS ANY M TEN POINTS!
KNOWN RACKETEERS CHEST! N-NO!
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The Heart of Juliet Jones By Stan Drake


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issue to go to House


FOLLOWIN(; a mtceting o i t,
Bahatmas Hlorse Ownlcts \ t,oa ti'ol i ill
the Racing ('mimislio.,o at the i1 JIk-.
Club last Monday the question .i ,
for hoise owners will no, 'I n 1 ,
House h\ Mr iranklin i \;i[on R.i.
(omnillssioni lairmani said M! (i.;i!:"
Kcinip. Hlobbs llor-,e Race I ra k iari0,'.
tl 'l" .
Mr Kemp said hie under, ,1 J i'.,*
"accordingt t the law the hiS ri ll i.':
c -onnot get in!tre than -7 per cei:i -
win.ning.s, therel'Ire the onl a h!
ow' gr.s1 i al get1 a r -ise i s t a l \ i.ii
heing passed in tl he 11 llL c t t li.: i:lt
they are en t ledi to i igh r pc, .
winning.
-At the snectmin \N l .ii-- L'
hat the horse owners needed a runa ..,I
he promised the owners that hie w4,,k!
lo1n _i.d .i propo al to I the l l o'i
rq itc1 ;! ng a rise t r the horiis o e;-,h i' '
the niiddle o 'next! I chbruat
The e\act .it 'oi. nt ol the p' op.,ii j a
i known M 1 i **... wa. not .iaiit
l 1 1;; e. 'it o n th e m a;q ttV.e r I, 1 1 T' :
I a.m \car the hors owners s "\"'e g:\i
: p r .ent b\ the RacIng (t oinni i :,
whenI the ow ners retcqunested a rain
This \ear I -the sa n e sit nioT h ,' o !: .:i'
the Racing ( i( u imssion again goo !!i
owners a por cent taking h 'i ,'.i
share ot wuinnmis to 9 : per etn"
Lnder the pre-.eit pa\ sir !i h -


h, :1 .
'.it u ',


World Cup the


FRANKIt RT Match
pairings will he drawn Saturdar
:for the lPI74 V. iil 0( p soLIer
chamlpionshps quadrennial
competitiion ria111n' g tlhe
O ill mp! inatioilnal 't
icrnr li lat 1tilu Ies s n1 l i
;ir t ta s I he lirIst rounI d t,!
S h e ,o s t t a M C l d ti .
j it h te i t o t car'ctil sc edin
il the irgan! i 'ers.
D)etendinvg champion Bra; il
jtad the powertu1 e 'i
(iermans were exeCmplCd fr Bcai
the draw and na ned h th
2 2 t a r a n I
comIII tt e to head 1., of lh
four qualix ing groups
Io other ta\rohntes ase
lsio expe.tled t io be edved in t
separate ti.lurl-team. gi1tI p '
the Italiun runnersup l t' B id/il
a 1970 an d 'tuith pe d
L'ruguay.
These four la.oiurites ha\e
won e ght m)t tle ine ;,id

three triumphs b\ Br-i/il
I ngfland. whicli .',en ,ed "ie







and the


married

woman.


it -, is .rprt,! ; r r .n,
11.!,( .lr A :I.- :,i I" +' .. i
abi t the furiLt'; . .' : i tr'-*.
ne, of 'ur h i( )('
Becciis Jodcth: -
cal, or ve av .., -." .:
on Nort i'nT fteI i', t
ne,

N oir10', 11 do I'i ',i i ,, \'.
effec.i nvele Thes. ,-',' ,' v,,u
a sw t their highly pw' rli "i vi 'ri;
cidal f.rnmula And their' piirtcct
VUu against ctiff'nf. l.t' ,dors i, th
their rapid deod'orattt action
('( :m pI ,'t ,,' fiif!dec!,'
So simple and cOriCnIent. N,,r
formsdissclvecsioi. !!. sI '. ..1 '*
perature to foml a protective film
1heydo not harm delicate Irltt'rrlal
tissue
Next time ask for Norforms, a'
ideal way to have the confidence
you need as a mamed woman
Sold at pharmacies in packages
of b, 12 and 24
Informative booklet. wnte to,
Norich International
410 Park Avenue,
Newv.York,
NY 1tX)22


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i Wtln one considers that the owners
J within git their share of the purse after it
hlia b11n 1 ,hared in the various ways
S i .e'i ,i ic.,tiucncd one should be able to
il - i ittand whi ow'nrs claiii that they
A t e l't gel tting enough money to
:: j -' i t, iiilliin tlihe upkeep of their horses, said
I x'. i d to Kpl Xh


S. .r, according to Mr. Kemp the
'\Hi c: eiir 1 prepared to forget the
ii...1.. k'i. ,, ,. : t i q et' Ii ise until the proposal for a
: .iin 1.i e h s bccn put forward by Mr. \\ I|.,i,
,, li I lo w next ebruary
.. l.\ .;- ria M\lan. ilhe..' said Mr. Kemp "the
S. 1", OW .. \ :' p ai tile l'i management have agreed
: : .'. Ri e to :I a; d mi eet with the Racine
S. : ; i; : i! i ill an effort to obtain more
I .i ; : : i to I the' 1974 season: "The terms of
S ; .; : i i !i i agrEce1ilent are as follows:
S '' -' '- : g .ii i i now and January 18 the
i: ..:::. ,in i i''t ill not c collect stable fees
NJ. I I :.:. I i't nalltifl f11 ees ifroni the owners
S' .' r e condition that they combine
:.i: : i i the in agement and meet with the
S ; ': ( 'n between now and January
S1 to p ilt forewardt a proposal for more

I' Lat -l season a total to 272 races were
t-1'run at the tlhobb tHorse Race track
i -.. O :i-d. lI making up ai total of 34 meets, between
; : : ~ : .: i. ; ,; 5 1p)er Jan 2 and April 15.
:' '; : o MIr. Kemp declined to say how many
' I : s ets the owners and management
or"U; ld i-,k the CoImmission for.


costliest yet


i i

i


I . l s w lIh l he l
: !: h. hc l first naid

.-. ; *- ,i t1 l nkt i, rt telev iMtnc
{ i::" -]' '.; t \\ ', 11, 1 ". c

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i, ..1 i !ni iii, .'n niiew ci
l. ,2. )(.) inurni, V e i


Ni


V :i V ... .. i i st I s h -
S i M unich
,' +. '; . .* - !: ; 1 'ri tg e !
a Gelrm1la1,
I !i :i!. se would e a
^ }i, 1i he dec isi've
r J '. ir t I ll1 < ip I 'I
: }'; ,'/i !r1 \t r-,t ( i in anv


11i drawnn. That would be
Itall." he added.
"The actual drawing will last
about 15 minutes. reported
Kar! Hermann Zobel,
spq kesmlan of the German
orga ni/ers.
i)etlef Lange, I1, of West
Berimn. will draw team names
iln1 t1ourl potts to set up the
lur playing rouns.
In addlltion to a p;t tor the
tour tavourites. West German
,'ports writers have speculated
tliat there alsi will be a
wparate pot for the four
I iist-tim e qualifiers
A'ustralia, Ilaili, Zaire and Fast
(;erminy. These teams would
thus he distributed one to each
group.
Argentina and Chile may
also be placed in the same pot.
guiar anteeing separation of
these tw1o South American
teams in the first round. Two
Either Ituropean teams, possibly
Illllaind and Scotland, also
,,il'lh be placed in that pot.


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Ilthe irs; half of play in
Wednesday 's final game, the
Bahals fell into misfortune
Stein Ittiheir centre/ftorwards
Quant. MLSwecneyl and Keith
Smith fell vi tiis to fouls.
Smith ended with 21'
points and six assists. Jerome
Barner added 16 points and
captured 10 rebounds.


BOXING -BIRDLAND

._ Mt.Royal & Carew St.


I.
4 r


FRIDAY-JAN. 4th

DOORS OPEN 8RM.

CAN SENSATIONAL YOUNG
MIDDLEWEIGHT KID BARR

REPEAT HIS LAST TWO MAIN EVENTS
AT BIRDLAND??

K.O.'d Miami Roscoe Bell in 2 Rounds
K.O.'d Gypsy Mike Whymns in 3 Rounds

HIS MOST WORTHY OPPONENT, One of
Florida's Top Middleweight Contenders out
of Dennis Riggs Camp.


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Shoulder up


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Britons win

yacht race
IIOBART I'he British
te.ail ws onllfirined winners ot
the Southcrnl (ross yachting
series and presented with the
cup.
The Britisli entrants
Prospect ot \\ II l1.. tQuail I111
anid S.,ii stl ar gained 424
points, th1e HIong Kong and
NewS Stith Wales teams. 366
each.
Thlie cup was presented to
Arthur Slater, skipper o.f the
Prospec t of Whiity and leader
of the British ealm, before the
crewleln left for ho me
Yesterday.
Superstar has been sold to
an A\uslralian but the l other
two British boais will be sailed
hack to Sil\dnel\ then
freighted to l land

exhibition


i E BIG TIME

il.i tI- p II.I: Ip tcI i. Stheffi ld
Siiiul \icsl ll.n1 i I tIerefier

iil, ill Ma:Insield or
,m "- f1 IIti h mt ouIl-lt tih v
l' ll ll ('11 '. u%. 1I Park

;-Nliridl N \ l( dli, hii lriinghai
k. i irt l ll. i xt h r. r) 'lr .l i ht'* r

i r "ar :lr
t i cn t llir. \ t rlieli a, .


;i insl i rtil s Ieirnt l ir

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Baseball


Here comes

a champ,

says Marty
by GLADSTONE
THURSTON
"I THINK that in the not
too distant future we will
have a champion on our
hands." said manager Marty
Goldstein as his protege
middleweight Kid Barr
ended workouts last night.
Barr today put the final
touches on his training for
his 10 round main event
against Miamian Charlie
"Baby" Fullard at the
Birdland Arena tomorrow
night.
"There are two very
strong things in Barr's
favour,'' continued
Goldstein. "He loves boxing
and most important of all
giving justice where it is due
- besides Rennie Pinder his
trainer, there is no other
boxer in the Bahamas who
trains as hard as Barr."
Barr who entered the
professional ranks early last
year will tomorrow be
fighting his third main
event. "If I start knocking
out on January 4 you can
tell whoever comes along I
am going to continue," said
Barr confidently. "This guy
(Fullard) is going to be in a
lot of trouble Friday night
Known by his home fans
as the middleweight Jerry
Quarry, Fullard is said to be
a boxer who likes to mix
things up in the ring. The
fast shifty Miamian with a
reputation of never quitting
has to his advantage a
variety of combination
punches.
Barr turned pro February
23 last year


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-LITTLE HENDON-


1 )RII R baseball h.iaimp Del Jane S iinlts take on the newly
I:.d P i.ol i ll I 'od lI Markel in tlhe lirst ge, c( oi a douhblc-leialcr
r. I 31I .I lIh QutiLeen I 1 lia ith Sports Centlre In the
S thcwse e\ibitlon gams. Schlit Brewers, lake on St

H ih tlh Bahaima' Baiiseball .Association series selhduled to start
I tl'oArt.! \ 24 all newI k tleam.I alie asked to hb\e tlheii rsters in
tl uIln i:Sll \ S. tSo t.i. n t i t llems enCleied arre (C'arolls. Sl Bernards
.id ( tibl nk ( hir'ers. I tclending clhau ps Becks Bee". 1)el Jane.
1: h.il/.' d ut lia.h.ima' Blenders wiill be returning


Basketball squad lose again


-M !iK, i'4 ,,r ,c, Year h, -t







PHOTOGRAPHY
on the waterfront at East Bay & William Sts.
Telephone 5-4641
S '' o 4 1r f if l 'Yar o piit t r',E/I''ph; i1n 77 hliah nod'a


CHARLY "BABY" FULLARD
A" r Sl ickid Boxr Beat Popular Slick Mitchell
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