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Publication Date: January 5, 1974
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[4 DUDLEY'S
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SP BO 5850- PHONE 2-1306/2 3237
(Reglut'r"d with Po'tmnater of Bahamas for postage


VOL. LXX, No. 36


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Words: MiKE LOTHIAN
Pictures: FRANKLIN
FERGUSON, VINCENT
VAUGHAN and PHILIP
SYMONETTE


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i qu k un re iot yards I
Sfilgig : fa tl
*' !ied aboi. x'r**ikilg foi I.i
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- ; l') ii n. I i kllght in
o hy wdiiii' t|" th- dealers in
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Vow of t he eell

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oinll ;xll ,, thie A1halx deileri
iW t'xiii t i1gil .xlxo'.le Cixi
I mi x :rex- .x kixig the a tlie
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fish anywhere llhe- wanted.
On shore Long Islanders
told Channel 4 that their
likelihood was being
threatened and they were
helpless to do anything
because the government
would not come to their
assistance.
The Cubans, who are
fishing for groupers,
complained to their
interviewer that the fishing at
Long Island wasn't very good.
The Tribune learned today
that in addition to being at
Long Island Cuban boats
were also fishing in the
vicinity of Ragged Island.
Eleven vessels were seen
there and reported to the
Police Marine Division, but
no one in the division could
be contacted for comment
today.
Meantime the four police
hoats remained in port at
Bayshore Marina. The reason,
said a seaman aboard, was
that they were out of fuel.


x \' xiV!.'v, 'f 'liia ,i rt! ilT n l f
w as dcbci-it i deilayin g
action, the di'iilt'rs on hiiirsdax
night a. re.C tc t / po; itiex

Bttt fri s.. fx ti .! h .'id.i d,
tt id t., illJ Iih i .uthl+ iii s o eHit
final chair to act

sent :1in tirgv nt ti Et grt'x tr \lr.
an infornllIng hi ir
g ric v a n c e r h e [ ".-' : ; .is l.., d
+, ;: e)o + t " ' it


a). iii. e n i i 1.1.1 3
p !. I rri'.S ix 'j i!r .


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B.hm..., Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


Saturday January 5, 1974


Gove


UTH BEACH News spread fast that Porky Dorsett was selling gas there this mornivnq


great


gas


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.t0
xi


I 1i. x1 l\ i \ I

MN r. Iltanna dJid not a;,ac : .
1anlie by i2 3: i. lt,..\ xl.i,:
Shialt dcv n It 6 p.lii
/And evel n I he x ilI
telephc one bit 'oti ild t i
array oge a ;ietcltiin ".' oh:'
p.m. Monday, the dealc-c
vw uhIld .'..' close at (1 p P mi
\ITr Ifanna never .onta'uj
\ r . la i r. i l
Instead, ja 1 2:15 pI m. th
IDA secIretarx received a .
inistrlucting himn to A. t ,x
t xiliL nmull caL I-l .it the Pi e P -
Slom mitisswI i x it' th '
Sli,,. : ,, i B i i ; i :. i i
t he cou 'ii on wa
.:i- c-parax rapid ter .s.ign .!
h;, M rs. h <,i,
I ,e !: ; *** ; a ai g: p;'
,-ni firmied tb..; \: M l anra i:.j
r ,x i I Xxx.xxitlxx;
t ergrali.
r1i- seco d +par tr pi -u.d
"I axl: x o I rf '11 i:, +x. x x L| a4 [,.-
:x,'lt r o lin pr i''lx to I.
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CL)SE-DOWN TIME LAST NIGHT --


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xx li x +. x'- m ; .
J.iinn+.:: \ -; {iic :


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' I


FILLING-UP this :orninig at
station on Collins Avecinx.


Te.:aco's ABC ,io


at Esso Service Centre on East Bay Street


Pindling raps the Press


PRIMI MINIS IIFR I lndxen
Pindling Thiusday accused The
Tribune and the Nas'.au
( tlardian of trying to .onlulxs
the public by suggesting there
was conlftsion in the ranks ol
the a'. riiing Progressive
Liberal Party
Mr Pind;ling's criticism oi
the press pr'faced his remarks
at the Ihursday night PLPI
campaign meeting in the St.
Barnabas constituency.
In particular he took
exception to stories written
prior to the official
announcement of the most
recent ('abinet changes.
Referring to a Tribune story
on January 2 that there were
no surprises in the new Cabinet
make-up, the Prime Minister
attributed this paper with
saying earlier that Transport
Minister Darrell Rolle was to
be fired; that Home Affairs was


ian l pty portfolio !nJd xtli
thal Io iic Aftllrs Nwa -P viI!
*Xp.t;"dcd andl Mr RAl!Y -.-
O tiIr I loomed ir n c:
thllin-.
(i Decemiberr l1 l
I rio ie tabuhlated tie .x\j.
Cabinet changes annonl lid h-
the ioverninit't ocilxa n
Ja.nii r 2.
i It x, i s stated :ili h1 i.
tini thA lthe transfer ,'i \lr
Rollc to Home Affairs might
be a poissiblt' "'dwtigradxigxx o
this Minister.
(As early as December 2!1
The Fribune reported that Mri
Role as Minister ot ltomic
Affairs. would be given
j. i" n-'.hili' tot r I lTIm m igirax t 'i l
and the Police a fact xAl. '
5was .r.,.. OUn JanuaiV 2 )
"lhat is an example of the
tactics being used by both
papers in seeking to cont usC
the peop'ei' mind and to show


(hat the -r xs x .
rank he o PL ::J
dthe cared
Ih0 in tA I o TV. ho l e\ "
xitxxt i* l'i. ks r it the PI P,
birt ;.x ; hxex r .,1.' 1 +ii .au e i 1'
t)lpi S.tihy I re. \.;P ya al

I h e Pr im ec M im i ,te r ,an d '.,
didn't kr k)ow, lit'+el th'te\
proposed Ito appoint aSeiato!
(to replace irX \rtlhu I ,ilikexs.
the INNMI calxdidate who is
coniitesting thde St Barnaxbax,
b -election)
-Ihey knew their man was'
going to resign since October
Ihey had three months to itmd
a replacement but !he\ hasne 't
iound xone Is it going to 1he a
new one or Ohi sam .
asked. "ll it's xgoi'ii txxo x: e li
same one then hlie cannot b. in
St. Barnabas and the Senate, so
it nmusti be his really .un 'l their
hae.


l- i I x xx

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lilt +l:,'e ,.++ :
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hi. ; !-! x + +

"/lii x liir :
i!xxxi xx ,+i


Co.iii


PLP 'alw a-,

A(,RI( t I It RI I,..
Fisheries Mii niti'- \;:xiii,
Roberts clainimd -d lil
nighli tlh i cA:ndidate' id' x .
to the P1P 1' i n I
Barnabas b\N-eletinon wxNi
using ihe !x l a lx l iI
unetiploympnno nxlxatix : iil
insurance, anld lit cos't ol
living to uilderinlu il u.iopport a
for the part s 'no mine it I
Sinclair Outten
The cost of living, he said, l
was something over which the
government had no clomil o
It was Itrue it' i,1 i
nmoient th- Hlal ii pI .
"some unelnplii x' iik.n I,, l i
every country in i liI ,I
was at this lime e\p' .' I ilie ,,
Iuniem lov iie I -.


Price: 20 Cants



Srent must act



S:- un id help by, cutting

Si, .1 mat! tr of life and

,!; ld'. H ri i thm.n adequate
pr u M, xxtix r A 1). lfanna. They
;- .x:'ui 28 !ci get a meeting.
.:. I lhu \inim ter told them he
; n ;ip ria from the
: ii. Ii l I''comeic defunct
.ii xx Theei was no
i ~i~iii rt; .] i .nce and the
indication
....' would be


--^ ".+H.,'r: c i 11r took a vote on
: itl il iic\ utianiniiouly agreed to

S-ea ; this deadlock
; I he Bahamian
id k i ;rd o f;oivernment's
.!*. :: ,+, ; t, .!wi not pet iout of hand if

.,, ,' r c t t i n this matter



i Standard Oil S. A. Ltd. begins
A ti' rsWments ;n l'b [ribuhne (page
c' : L: 1 hat has ii, x d the energy
en' g ; ': r Isves and what we

H: :] ncri r needs have to be
;ii i ,, ] .{r i: i o' r il ot Of oil
S : ., ,- .i M a r is a world
S1.1 ; a ..ost I i will increase
A' '%, air ady. .crn how it is
,e" Let xil* and air fares.
_* w ', ,.;orrcct itselff
S :: th matter

.. ss in the
.* i 1 .- ,. ,f tips on


Sejfirst


Wh


u I t (i1o1ht like v that the
Xxxssociation would accept
ti' erimient s offer and it
--a. expected that tile gas
n ox I" would certainly
r Si wouIld likely remain
+';,sil ,in Monday.
St .. -'o expected that
Si e G overrnment
eleienrt oni the situation
hithii hr made (er Radio
HIiiamaxi lazier today.


I DEALERS
S .e inconvenience cau.'ed
She public is regrettable, but
i given further notice
our intentions would have
en 1 i ronm the llfeclene,''
i : *t i enionstiration. This
li i "-. of vital importance
"he members of this
S-,cia ion and it is our hope
iat the public will
'dilerstand and support our
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r oarges

: .:' Rep senti g the
i? Randol I awkcs
: d ad 3x'xve were
x" l-u hail ill the
l ;' l T .'i 00 c each with
l. y or a i. i, cash bond
X' Magistrate O(adebav.
FREEPORT VICTIM
I RK I PORT recorded its
0 11- L' ; tic atl- t for the vtar
S, :, 24-year old employee
; '., v "' x.;x killed in iin
A. r l. i I l.cavan Circle
lxxx\ I :da' niorninV.
I. d S I t i was
Srn ,oiccd dead on arrival at
: e Rand Memorial Hospital


l illks of the people'


I i 'r=> xx:i ii x .alilx ( bt
-- x I, Sii hil ir li ilten
.ili 1x 11 be electedd ox that
I lm' o 'in It i!iI" l doing
li &ilixix Mr Roberts

x nliimixed iCie Min'iter:
hl I' l P i' ihe uie political
arl in this country that has
x wax s thought of the people.
iha, ntiever :h ., hli' of the
lind th- i ,xiinnot be said of
r. xiher party.
Mn be the PLP came to
a time wh'b-n world
i x i i lixii .U%.' he

I n i th--,i2gh the Bahamas
l I h .li. h inoml"
' : I. i he


said, the economy was not
stagnant.
"Generally speaking, the
Bahamian people are enjoying
a standard of living higher
than at any time in the
country's history," Mr.
Roberts insisted.


PANIC BUYING AS


FI EL STATIONS CLOSE


Carry on fishing


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lin, n i t Q Wxc h xlix.
S... ;! xi''e! Price (Ciontra
A C rex iexio O
.xx;x: ilalx r'. Axisociai'oi
S l i -asing cI'ortsl tl
S' l tlmg it li
l ''i t, have the retail
Sh test pas li.'i
S six cents, ,
S.: ._ +s !;li~ rk u'p v eoitl ,
sry it ;he 32 percent levei
\N\ t XISTFNT
1 P h i, Co.'. onlissioi :
wh 'h i Imtx' ,I! ed price ievtcl
dl;.! i'i , ease d to extii .1.
lie I'
S or ha an .
Vli Hiil". .\)-WleC! -\ 's l ,
lnvc told a PI'DA ."'-t.t 0 :
Monday thirx h- i x" K ask
l)eputv PnriiK M\iniste ani
Unir-er ol a Fininct W h;- 1
tI 1 I l I. i t .i ai 'i I h
Ii i sI, n t, o n i Ot n1n t 'i
uplil the 1 li" '4 Coli i-ii n

1I1n l iursilda afternieoix thl '
As svuciation olicial was
i,' tul d that fMr AdderLe'
IaT,1 i Iade o''!, progress" at1xx .lii
hi .t einH In add ition. t'!r PI AD
.I: txi.J here was a ver sliighi
Ilxxxi+siii x l f lh.- in itirig .''
tih- 'IL'W Com ii,.sioi on
aip.nuar S but m oii0. likch
I' n. llni! would happ,,t until
Jian 15, wihx r hopei ;x i x i anev.
l l' xin i s s I i w k .i ,0 i
.oinpoi ONited J

At.lmnts wxerre lade l'; thex

contact Mr llanna hi ;seli' IPu
oxhxx nc xxx n !he Dl cpxix x '.rin'x'
\X ,'I x ,itx H. fxlii. told I .,\
o !. l that t h k sso I.aI lIoll's
lprx Wl'xin ta 'Ald havt- txo hi
r"I 01Tr 11-H! [- 1h-" 5i, 'Ai U-'xI Ste

iMr Il.inna ...t id orn act onx
.Conlnoil s,iona rc.*o:.irnuni,|datitihn,
I h1 eireiry to the
x. \ n- ... M is. I (. Isaacs.
t vto ha old tl t.he PDA) X
i, u. o axlthorttx t, ,i"t


SI \ !'ix\ BA xihmg boats
ii, ,, ,x m uiai 'lag are
i I Fli.x i 1 {tl( ,lid f x, I' 1 Ihe
,oli I end ot i I mon. I ,!x id andi
the police bo.ats c hlixplep .
itl (xi ;:i thim g xiht .tiisi they
are t xl i fixt i
Sie I ilii il f I uhan
boatt I'l.a iil x operating
within hl t e ietritl ll m waters,
if t ile ll 4 ii, was.
spotlighted o (hliaiinel 4
news last nightly
A Channel 4 iinewvscaster
was shown abonid one oft the
boats inter, going ihe tlubans'
who told him i hec had come
to the Bah-u .ix. Iecause their
government ald they could

J\- A 12f A },f-\ I P -
DO'S & DON'TS FOR
YOUR KOOAK< CAMERA

DON'T lea .t vom, .ixx'ieia i '
a dirtv rx-.xjdl l x, i xt could
cause I nsi dti "' 1 x x x ix t
DO keep the i -' i loan with
lens fluid and t eli
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rltw Ltriunt


THE WORST DRESSED WOMEN OF 1973---


Left: Jacqueline Onassis: Above left: Raquel Welch; Above
right: Billie Jean King; Right: Princess Anne.


-according to Mr Blackwell


S' \ ', ,1 1 S Si"e Beltte lMidle wa.

S .' ... L k i 11,i lud d Pri n
: t i: h i ss, i Ihs outrageous
*.* n' 1, in, nji lashionable woImenll
* '- I I II e d(niA -ieu i said. She look


S ".' .,, l i ,h ,, -!ai<' i "ot ei rtatcd
.. ,br:I hauld not tc imitatcd



I 1 '-!k 1. I I Ilk \ (l I
h _li, at ',I V\,


lihe iman wIlo made the list before was
comedian Milton Berle
I he worsl-desced ht, in order, cited Miss
1idler. I P ,ii ess ilnet. actress Raquel %. I.. li
tennis stai B ille Jean KKing. Mrs. Onassis,
acItrtsses- I Ike Slinllmer and Sara Miles, the
Andrews SiNters, actress Liv ULllman and
Bow ie
BiL k A il't l ienlti g on his clhoics at a
newC' conlerencett inll the drawing loollm o his
antique-tllied mansion, said Princess Anne
"makes heil r mother the Queen look
lahionahlc. and that takes sonie dtong ... I
don't kinow who's dressing Ann:\ e. I think she
geiNt lhi s on sale oni cw heie."
()1 MRS. ONASSIS, hie said. "I'd like to see


lie 'II d es
1 -sh1ts.


-Kissinger,


Dayan


talk again

W \ SH 1 \ (; I ON
S" elitn\ fi State Ht entry
KisNsinger and Israeli Delense
Minister Moshe )Dayan had
lsomelit dittrences to iron outi
I(day.
Kissinger said the% hiad
different points of iew oni
waN s I10 isellgage Arabh and
Israeli Itroops along tlie Sute/
( anial
Il ih met tor three hours
v tcsterda to discus moves in
llte (.enie\a negotiations
Before leaving the state
department for a discussion
with Secretary of Defense
Jalmes I chlesinger. Dayan
told rept rulerss lie did not
bring a plan or thie proposal
concern inr the current
military 1. Iks in Geneva, nor
Ifor 11' f full-fledged
negotiations, expected to
reNume later tlii montlih.
"I liinIught ideas aind
principles a:tboutl how to
approach a plan. hlie said,
S .\n aI ii.ld plann ill ha\e
to come Irmin ialks" lel)tweel
I raeli and TgFvptian
negotiation, '
At (lie snei time. l)ayan
sa id "I diil not ask lor aniv
guarantees
In an iunuisual gesture,
Kisinger a niLompanied )ayan
to his car and also spoke
briefly with reporters
Neither official was,, at tall
enlightening about the detailsN
ot their disLci ,ssion


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STORE HOURS: Mon. to Sat. 8:30a.m. 5p.m.


\I(1)\l\ The British
Army ringed London's
Heathrow aipolit wili
arinoured cars, light tanks and
hundreds of soldiers ,toda illn
anti e r r o i s t ale r
unprecedented in Britian inl
peacetime.
I he alert iollowcd an
intensified invest gation into a
"CU'alitor nia a col nec' t "
linking lhree suspected
terrorists who n lew litie l onl
the United Statesh
Fhe three., who all arrived at
HeIalhro\w, included palt-tune
model al\nd waitress Allison1
Thompson of Santa Harbala.,
California. anld two meon a
Moroccan and a PakistanI.
All weie charged with
conspiring to have guns amil
ammunition, The three weoe
IeL a11LLded in cistIod I) 1lo a


U.S. changes time to



beat the fuel crisis

WASH ING(TON Almost all parts of the united Stale lill go on ya-ioilund dalliihtl savings
ii 10ioi fil t lit intle since W rid t Wai II.
fhe mol e means lithie nlatioln wil set its clocks ahead Ione hour aI 'm aim. Siiid\ ias pail ot the
c Iiery-conservatioin progralnine.
Ilhe White House lihas claimed hiat switch could cut back the demand foir eating and electlicit\
Ah asi imuch as thlee per cenCt, paw iculairly in the iioi thern legion, of tile couini It iaI s l hus sa\iv t
would result b ecat.use people wil! not need to tuini their lights so eail\ at iIliht.


11ut a leading oil specialist
s'. s the energy crisis is largely
ai ivention of the overnment
andll aTn excuse for the ol'
industry t)o increase profits.
tI e government had It
have i crisis and the industl d
weni along because it mIlea't
higher prices." 'Christopher
Rand. ormer Middle FIast,-:n:
speciilIist for an oil t.conil a:l ,
said llan interview.
Rand said thaI t des.tC e
clanis ot a crude oil shortage
caused b the Arab bNoqci..
doliestc ,oil com panies ,''
had "ItreCi ndous amounti-, (0!
gasoline available in liher
inventories now.
lie aid \limerilcan pe a liie i
institute titurc shou\ that ai of
Dec11 14. '. S. companies had
nine billion gallons ot gasoline
in stock end 200 nl iliotn
barrels of distillates I
An\ shortage in resduil iuel
oils could easily be made uip it\
supplies flium numerous
(aribbean lefinenc, "which
can produce only \ -rade
heat ing oil iand til supply no
other l market ectnicalt but
tie Oa st1 CIn 1 1iileCd SItatest,"

Rand said President Niiioi
had inanutactured a crisis
'becauM lhe wanted some way
to take the public's minnd off

ie said lthe alleged crisis was
taking the orin A a gasoline
shortage rather than a heating
oil shortage because
gasoline is the least politically
volatile 1mmodittll rghtl now.
S I li e demand for gas is
relati\Ne lower during the
winner. Rand said. If people
wouldn'tt get oil to their homes.
there would be real trouble
t d ble too risky "
Rand. who is writing a book
on the oil situation. predicted
the talk of crisis "could blow
oCer ver\l qtuickl" because Cot
preswale troin the petroleuml
industry Hle said the oil
companies are worried about
plans 1 11 coI ngress tot pass
lcgislat ion forcing disclosure of
oil data
"If the industr realizes it
might have to put up with
somteltlhig, It would back down
right awa,'" Rand said.
"They'11 simply say 'Oh, we
looked in our tanks and it
turned out there was more oil
than we thought IANP

Dawn killing
BITIFASI Police in
Belfast say a Catholhc man
answered his door and %as sot
to death early today In
Prott-stant Beltast six armed
men held up a factory and
escaped with chemicals used in
manufacturing bombs. (AP)


DYLAN SWINGS BACK


plain before 18.500 people.
Here were teenagers itn
alans and somtIe yelling, and a
inia who did calistheniC.N, and
then took off his clothes in
front of the stage. And there
was thle strong a roia of
marijuana ton the floor r.
noTiinal used for barskLe all.
hockey> and circuses.
But a large segienlt of the
crowd twals older and better
dri sed than the usual rock
a udienceIi CV M an sipcCtatloris
appeared to be somewhere
between 26 and 35,lhe people
who miatulied politially and
socia 11 I w it )h )D I la n'
protesting, biting music
D\)) I a a' pethorm lo ance
indicated his music is the same.
although thle words of his
newer songs were gentler and
friendlier. i (AP)


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CHItCAGOO A few minutes
before bob Dy>lai took the
stage at Chicago stadium tot
begin his first concert
tour in eight years. a Nwnoman in
her rnid-20s ran up to a friend.
"Did you hear?"' she asked
in a loud voice. "Gieorge
Harrison and Leoi Russell are
going to mtiake a surprise
appearance ."
The friend had hear So did
a lot of other people. The
rumour that an ex-Be.tle icnd a
rock superstar wee .. C L ,,' to
pertorml swept acronI the lfloo
and through the balconmies.,
w lihere a Nwoman sII talrted
screaming and painting at a
man with long hair Nwho looked
somewhat like llarrisont
The rumours were typical of
the night on which the musical
prophet of the '60s returned to


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week today and aIllowec to
contact lawyers.
anotherr \lnercln girl,
described h as tall and about :25
but sill nl t itde it ied, w"a,
arrested \ elteda iandtl held lor
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snilt gle aims into ie taui fl or l
terrorist callmpl aiin
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serious trouble troum le ori ,,sts
was expected there
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ottiCe announced that it had
decided that Alli son tl hoI111 on
and hIer tw\\o il -riends sIiluld be
prosecutted for o I lenses of
coF.spillaC\ rteliating lo I l '1

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t.aW Ie aItLer a da\ ol liimth-lc el
til.lu sl onl If \ IfIh I ll ie HI N tI
(loveIiniCenlt Sourc"es Said
several lul tgh 1ii, 1s wanted
them deported and not chjrutd
Ito sta\e 0* o !t am, tC I I k)lS
repIisal aIcton, ;l.iR!',l HI lBII ln
Police said !h th ihce were
believed inmoi ed "ioh i group
planning attacks o! 1 Morocan
dhplomlats. possill in, hidingr
the Ambassadoi to I ondoni.

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Special tBranch de'tCl;,s lhad
lieeni at the aiport !, three
,da s atcln' lor tl', econd
girl ShC w\ \ I S S-i/Cd iAs stel'
pased throSgh (no I nI:II raIl Ion
contIrols
I he declined to sa
whether the girl was foundd ioh
be cair\ iing ams.l l'he\ -aidl
one ot other tw\o suitcases had
been li-routed onl a tflighi toI
MaIdrid andil was beig1 1 return
on a BrItislh \lirwa\ s llta gii
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NULL1US ADDICTS JURARE IN VERBA MAGISTRI
Being Boutul To Sw ar To The Dogmas Of No Master
F.ON F. Ht. DIJ.'(tiCl. PublisherlEditor 1(03 1914
SIR FTI"NNE DUPUCH. O.B.E.. K.C.S.G., D.Litt.. I.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributing Editcr 1972 -
EILl.EN I)UPUCH C('ARRONM.Sc., B.A., LL.B..
Publisher/Editor 1972-


By I.TI- NN1 l) I'PUC(ll
(77is is the ii urth initalment in a series o' five articles mi
which I will trY,. hi' uNintg d(isjointed scraps oj history, t)t paint a
picture of the dcestr',tive forces of pride and prejudice in human
experience.
(This series arises ,ut oj a recent conversation with a friend in
Ilt.iltnd wt was disturbed to sec his great country sinking into
the med(iocritv that hlas overrtaken great nations of the past. Space
is too limited ic permit ain e.xpansire discussion of the human
storic. A //I can present in this series arc hits antl pieces that may'
serre to stir vour iimaginalmion.

I 11IAVI RP1 AA 1I)1 I expressed the opinion that China will
cihtie ll next do nIiatntll ) p(WeiW ill e sti world.
I'is opinion ha,,s shocked somnie (l timy readers who would like
to feel tlial Atierca i suniprelme.
I w iould like t)o int lheni in that belief but I atl afraid that
Amieiicani socictl i's decayinrg from within. It has already reached
its peak in anr grealness futilre historians may award it. It is now
slippinI back, w %ilce ollci virile nations are making a bid for the
it)lop spot.
there ace' Russia. Japan. (lGerniany ... all showing great
leader sii potential at this timnie. They are all way ahead of China
in tec-hnological achievements but. unless China is destroyed in an
almclic war. she will continue toi come forward and I believe that
in llice sher will each tlie top. The strength of China lies in the
tact that she h.is a national philosophy The people accept this
philosophy and follow their leaders without question.
No countll) in liistoiy has had a better opportunity than
Amenia It d ai a sliplneme position atntmong the nations of the
world bilut wen ihei chance came she lacked the maturity needed
Ior wrl\% d leadership.
When the second woild wai ended America was the only
nation with the atomic bhiiib and she was fabulously rich. This
sudden wealth was her misfortune. It gave her a false sense of
sticentlli. She telt that her moneti could buy friendships ... and
bhin ig her influence.
Bult she backed thie wrong hlses.
Although Britain endci tlire wsai financial) and physically
cxh ousted America still felt she was in her was ... and it was
revealed i i dOcum Is ecetnllt \ made public that Britain and the
US. swele lear Ito, a so\lc me il te' r ti hey had been allies in two
wild conclicls.
And so. instead ot hclplinge toc put Britain, lier natural ally, back
oin lei feet. she rebuill teictialit and Japan who had been her
enemllies. lday (e ni an id lapaln are growing stronger while
Aimeiica is ilost in a stale of interin l r icife and contusion.
Altc the \\ar Amtierica set out to. bieak up tlle British Empire.
Slie encouraged the idea that all mein should be free to determine
thieil own destiny ... ever matler h\ small thlie country or how
undcve)lo)cd the peIople.
As a result ..
The Ancl.' hii.c Oil 'Co. was dlrien out of Iran ... and
toida the world laces a Iuel crisis.
Slie helped Nassei in iilawf ull\ pressure Britain and France
oul t l ihi (C anal, thiich b startiin a '.piiit of international
hl itanidage 11.i wai s r llcIcted iin tihe Ilawkshill Creek affair at
I reepoit.
Aineiica achieved her objective the day FFoster Dulles stood up
in the Unitled Nations alonigside the Russian Ambassador and
condemned Britlih Inipeiia.lim in Ilie Sue/ Canal affair. That day
m lked llie end of Westemn iilluencic.
At tie lii1e and still todn.s Russia was ihe only really
Impent alist nation iln the world buti Ainetica was painfully silent
with thie late rape oft Huniigary v Russia and still later Russian
oppiressicon in Poland mind C('/echoslovahkiia.
D)uiincg ihe t i te/ a lla l Ain ei ica lost sight otf lthe fact that she
liiihtl laier he faced with th le saimei pioblci iin the Panama Canal.
1 warned her of tils di-ngel ati the lime. Notw, this problem is upon
her.
America didn'tI realize that shie was opening the dool for
(Coitun niuSil iln this herirJinspliece when Britain lost hel hold oni her
taI lluing lnui Al\neiica did 'tii wake up to this grim fact until
I)l. ('lieddsi JIapan enL i g- d 111 ilhi scene ill British (;Guiana some
\ears agoi. Jaiani. a declared ('Co0n unistl, got control of thec
cotiili h iell\ Amierica bcciame alarmed iand pressured Britain
into) Cxeic'isnlll ithollti lthits coloniV.
Bi niii li ed ..and succeed tfoi a while... but the rot had sunk
too deep. Now Amnerica is sunoundeild hby i lot of sinall nations in
this hemisphere .. and it is clear that she can't depend on their
friicndlship ofl air\ itt rihcin.
F or tover a liiidied \eais Biitain exercised enoutigh authority
in the waters of the esterii hemisphere to enforce the Monroe
)ociiine for Amnrici wiih herI Aiinerca-West Indies Royal Navy
fleet stationed at Beinutida. Since Britain has withdrawn from this
area Russia has established atiihoiiiiin Cuba and America is
powerless tco anything y about i. ('hina Las also gained a
foothold in r i ivana ( fo riinel i Br itish iruiaina)
hlie real danger is that all tihe lornei British territories in this
ihemisphere are moving sl teadilh left wards ... and although
Atierica has poured billions of dollars inito South aind Central
Amirenca in thie hope of buying liienduships, these nations now
iCselil the U.S. presence and I don kitnow olf any one of theni ont
which America nughti depend when the chips are down.
One of thie gieal weaknesses of Aimerican foreign policy is
that shie does not i-alize thal was aie touighil to be won ... a
coimpioniiise wal is only a postponement cl tl ihe big day.
Generil McAllthur could have \\on ii lie \as in Korea anid moved
in to settle bthl C('hina anid Russia or a long linme to comer But
Iruinan dismissed McAilhi when hie' refused to be hamistrung by
lhe iiintaltiie politicN of Washington. Tins war ended in a
iiicompi liuse.
My wife andr I went uip to Paiiutinjotn during a visit io taiwani a
l'w years ago. Bolh sides are still on ia was basis. The Atmetrcans
tlhere expected an caption iil t ans\ I Ins scenes bound toi


happen one day .
The D)ienim ianly were in litnil control in Viel Nain. Amterican
propaganda under uned their influence. Madami Knu went to
Anierica to warin the American people of the danger of their
police. They piactically dove hiei out of the country. Before she
could get hack no Saigon hci lainil) weie assassinated.
Immediately aftci this tragedy Aneiica found herself involved ill
a major \war firom winch she was finally obliged to withdraw ...
without honioui.
And so it goes oni all along the line.
I have often said that Ruissia will never go to war against
America. Russia knows the weak spots ,of the nation and is
undermining the country lioin the inside.

America's great misIititune is that she became too rich ... too
easily and too soon. As a result the only standard of value in the
nation is money. Nothing else seems to have any value.
Because of the importance attached to money at every level of


HISTORY is replete with
ex.niples which show how
easily human beings can ignore
warntiigs to their own serious
detriment and sometimes
destruction While
Nebuchadnez ./ar had
problems with the writing on
the wall there were many
others who could see the
writing clearly but who still
chose to ignore it.
In many cases it appears that
the mass psychology is at the
bottom of it. When the wise
man Noah was building the
Ark in anticipation of a great
natural disaster the people
laughed at him. He was
regarded then as the big city
people regard the nut who
stands on the corner and
predicts the end of the world
the next day.
But Noah was no nut. He
knew the flood was coming. He
warned the people that the
flood was coming. Nobody
could believe that in the
middle of such good life there
would be a sudden end to it all.
Each individual looked at the
other and took comfort from
the scorn which they saw on


each other's face Since tlit
majority did nut seemt to
believe it there was no way it
could be true!
Even with the first dri/le,
when Noah and his family were
boarding !he ,ark. nobody took
it seriously. Hy the time they
got the message the flood taS
upon them and their scoriitul
laughter was washed tawad So
were they.
In modern times the story oi
Winston Churchill is perhaps
the best example Hitler sas
regarded as no more than a
madman wAio iould noit
possibly do the thing,, h ,said
he would do. Ic He was disicdse
by most people as an ohlecl oCI
ridicule and disdain. Churchill
was scoffed at when he told
England and tihe world that the
little maniac would bring
sorrow to the world if lie ws:
not stopped m ihis tracks -whilc
there was yet time
That. ol course, is exactl
what happened. 'Millions oi
lives had to bhe sacrificed matter
Hitler had overrun l uriopi' I l
price of that ft'olly in teim', o
material losses can heI
calculated onlt in term s ,t


American life, it is clear for everyone to sce that the nation I-
corrupt from top to the bottom today. s(,aln wilIh the Whilec
House and influencing the collective life of almost eveI\ .n i
of the American society.
This state of affluence has led toovei indulgence ndul a hieak
down of discipline in the youth of the nation, s() ita lid.
liberty is ofter confused with licence. Because ,f thi condition.
the youth of the nation have become an easy target or thle t,,
pusher.
I have been in contact with an organization in iitiia ithait is
striving to combat the drug traffic. I have been I ,ld thit S'5
percent of the children of the nation have iha ec\pcciiece wi thl
drugs by the time they have reached the eighth i adLe hi ii s mms
being spoken of as a "lost generation" in Amenilca.
Unfortunately the American influence has spmi ti inin
places in the world. We see evidence ol it in iil Blihanims.
especially in the government, which is heini desliic, l 'd\ i the
false values that dominate its political and social piolkic-

Most unfortunate fact is that very little leadCeisip -i cinMuI
out of the church today. This is certaiil\ t ii ru i i 11 Ic.l ini ai
where the excesses of the government arc openly cti luini b,\
many members of the cloth.
I was talking with a young Bahamian nmothelr ice'inl\ ,She i
very fine ... a religious ... person. She was lanmenu n lth twi ithiti
there is little christianity among young people in ihe Biba, ci-s
today because of the lack of leadership and pioi ex\a.plce wli !,'
their ministers.

I have said all this to point out one inmportint i ii.
Nations grow strong when they have a national philc,-(soplih i
feeling of destiny around which all the people iralls lo\ all\ .111
without question.
This the Chinese people have.
This the American people lack.
Americans are the friendliest, kindest, mo-st lovablc m pe.
the world but today they are like a ship in .a iiuhiilct ..
without a rudder, a compass oi a purposeful odkectice i1t, 11 i
future.
Because I love the American people., one of whom I in.iiie I
am sad.

FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: I wiote thins series oi ii
several weeks ago. Events since then point up J siMiitunli il!
needs to be further emphasized.
As I have pointed out on many occasions iovei the \ae Ji. Ri,-., i
will not go to war with America. She kno\ss \Anit,,ii,
weaknesses and by clever manipulation is destroying hlici nl tin .
inside by a policy of attrition.
A noteworthy fact is that Russia instigated both the K. I
and the Viet Nam wars but did not get involved in eitlici.
Certainly the assassination of the Diem family ii Saf.L(ni \.tis .
the result of Communist propaganda that also iiuccccdi'l i
pushing Uncle Sam out in the middle.
In the recent India-Pakistani war Russia sided \illh it,
victorious Indians while the U.S. became involved wit i he I
Pakistanis.
And now Russia has manoeuvred itself into a stro ni postimI i
the Arab-Israeli conflict and will probably come out c i lcop iin ll 1
oil crisis. This all began with the Suez atfair in 195,56
Certainly Russia was all prepared and standing h\ ,i, ilu
Pueblo incident off the coast of Korea in which tlle I S.
humiliated by tiny North Korea.
It is significant that Japan recently moved out of t'he ci ,lr
orbit to form a friendly alliance with China which se ihad
crushed and dominated not many years ago.
The way things are moving today, I wouldn't be siirpield til
see an Oriental alliance in the East spearheaded hb Chii.i :nHcl
Japan, with Russia forced back into an alliance with the Wcest
Out of such an alliance could come the next niaijoi .n i i
which, it would seem, the world inght be destio\cd h\i I c.
probably a prelude to the Armageddon as prophlesied in lthe Bile.
When is this likely to happen?
Certainly not tomorrow or the day after ... or foi nimiit\ iCn'
to come.
History is accumulated in a multiplicity of small events cpl.c.
over great stretches of time, and finally climaxed in an e\pl",ie
action that suddenly brings into focus the undeiciuieiints o
centuries.

If you paused long enough to think sou would teail/e liil Mat,
Tse Tung and Chou En Lai of China, Mrs. Golda Meier fc Isa.elr
and Henry Kissinger. a German Jew who took refuge in tie icI .S.
during the Nazi terror in Germany and is now America's I -ci ,ii
Secretary. are the ablest statesmen In the world today.
There are outstanding men in Russia ltoo but they woik so
quietly that they maintain a degree of anonymity but thie elfeet
of their diplomatic strategy is felt in thle most sensitive spots in
the world today.
Somewhere near the top are Mrs. Indira Gandhi of Indiia and
82-year-old Jomo Kenyetta of Kenya upon whose continued life
so mniany people depend today.
"We don't know what is going to happen to us when Ken elta
dies," is the fear one hears expressed by luiropeans in Alrrca
today. especially now that the method used by Amin in 'gaindia
in clearing non-blacks out of the country has caught tihe
imagination of radical elements in the Dark Continent.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
The love of money is the root of all evil. PHILLIPIANS 7-10
It's good to have money and the things that money can bui. but
it's good, too, to check up once in a while and make sure s \ou
haven't lost the things that money can't buy. LORIM R


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San Dan (3rdDegree)
FATHER OF KARATE IN THE BAHAMAS
I, sites I veryt.' (I Mr', '.me n & Chilcdic ) who wishei
to learn the A (ic nt! & Ni'le Ait of Kauteo. Shotakain
Ti.e Bahamas Karate School will open for Begin-
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Classes hel Mondi v incl in qh Fi dav to 8 pmn. at We-
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looking towards a cooling ott
alter 20 years of economic
boom! I employment in the two
(;crnianys is high and millions
of people are streaming into
I uropean cities from the rural
areas to take advantage of the
job opportunities which have
been created.
Yet the PLP now seeks to
pass off the odious lie that
they have been plagued since
they took power by
unfavorable international
conditions!
What is astonishing about all
of this is that there are still
Bahamians who swallow the
PLP's drivel to the extent that
they can actually sit down at a
meeting and cheer the men
who so insult their intelligence!
It is just another example of
hliw human beings can look
right into the face of clear
calamity and pretend that it
does not exist. For the sake of
ttns country hopefully that
does not apply any more to the
iruorrty of Bahamians.


for Xmas theft
Butler had gone up to Loule
C('ooper, a 24-year-old
Ketnip Rad gardener and
asked toi a dollar. After being
told to wsit, h> Cooper, Butler
began feeling the man's
pockets and snatched a black
Jmnl icd wvilekt containing the
'mon\ the court was told.
Several persons were inside
the restaurant at the time of
the robbery but they were
unknown to Cooper, the
prosecutor told the court.
(Coiopel reported the matter
it( police otlicers who arrested
Bunlei or, the robbery charge.


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THE BAHAMIAN exhibit
at London's 20th
International Boat Show has
gone a long way towards
raising the dampened spirit';
ol energy crisis conscious
boating enthusiasts, the Daily
Teclegraph reported.
Under the two-column
headline in Wednesday's
paper. "Bahamas brightens
boat show hit by power


crisis," the Telegraph's Tony
Fairchild reported:
"A Bahamian waterfront
scene provides the
spectacular, away-from-the-
fuel-crisis central feature of
the 20th London
International Roat Show,
which will be opened at
Earl's Court today by Mr.
Anthony Barber. Chancellor
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Saturday January 5, 1974


POINTS FOR BIDDING


NIXI WEEK, the answers
to the questions on play and
defence; also the name of the
winner of the Tribune's Bridge
Quiz.
This week I should like to
deal in some detail with the
bidding questions, since many
points of general interest arise.
QUI ,S 11(I put you in the
South seat, and with your side
vulnerable and North the
dealer, gave you this hand:


J 4 3 2


Q 10765
North deals and bids
Heart; Last passes, and it's now
your turn to speak.
There appear to be four
possible calls: 1 Spade, 2
Clubs. 1 NT or Pass. Let's
examine each in turn. Those
players who have a reverence
for 4-card majors will want to
say 1 Spade. They will say that


NOrTIE


IN THEIIF ESTATE of ANN S. MUNROE. late of the
Western District of the Island of New Providence in
the ('immonwealth of the Bahamas, deceased.

NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having any
claim or demand against the above Estate are
required to send the same duly certified in writing
to the undersigned on or before the 18th January,
1974, after which date the Executors will proceed
to distribute the assets having regard only to claims
of which they shall then have had notice.

AND NOTICE is hereby given that all persons
indebted to the said Estate are requested to make
full settlement on or before the date hereinbefore
mentioned.
DUPUCH & TURNQUEST
Chambers
Attorneys for the Executors


it is the cheapest bid anyway
after I Heart, and it does
indicate some values. The
counter-argument is that the
Spades are so puny that it
would be an embarrassment if
partner were to raise them;
even worse if your constructive
bid of I Spade were to provoke
partner into a force of 3 Clubs.
Where then? The general
answer to a Spade response is
that with a weak hand you
want to find a weak bid.
2 Clubs, on those grounds,
would be even worse, and in
any case it is widely accepted
that you need something like
8 points to produce a
2-over-one response. Of the
positive calls, that leaves us
with 1 No Trump. Most players
like to reserve this response for
hands where they have at least
a little tolerance for partner's
suit, so that in a sequence like
IH INT 2H, partner will
not find a singleton and a bleak
hand. But even so, the bid has
three advantages: first, it limits
the strength of the hand;
secondly, it enables you to
pass happily if partner should
change the suit at the 2-level;
thirdly, if partner leaves you in
it. you should not be stranded.
That leaves only the Pass. It
surely cannot be a mistake to
pass on this hand. The only
point in proceeding would be
to get to game, and partner
needs to have an enormous
hand to enable you to do that.
He has opened with a bid of 1
only, he has opened with your
singleton, and your collective
assets do not promise anything
more than headaches. There is
one final point in favour of a
pass: West has not yet spoken,
and if you pass at this stage, it
may well be that your side is
going to make a plus score out
of defeating East-West, instead
of battling with little hope to
get a part-score of your own.
For that reason, I mark a
Pass as almost equal to INT.
The awards are:
1 No Trump. .... 10
Pass...........9
1 Spade ...... 5
2 Clubs..........3


TRADERS BANK & TRUST LIMITED

IN LIQUIDATION
Would the following persons being depositors or creditors of Traders Bank &
Trust Limited (In Liquidation) and whose claims were admitted by me as
liouidator orior to 5th June, 1973. please note that cheques for the first interim
distribution representing 20 cents per BS1.00 of their admitted claims were
mailed to their last known postal 'address (other than to general delivery) on 5th
June, 1973. These cheques have not yet been presented for payment and may
have been lost in the mails. Would thewe persons, therefore, please attend my
office on the 2nd floor of the Kings Court Building on Bay Street, Nassau,
between 9.00 a.m. and 11.00 a.m. Monday to Friday in order to resolve the
position and if necessary to arrange for the issue of replacement cheques:
Those persons unable to attend before 21st January, 1974, please note that my
office will be moved to the 2nd floor of the Bernard Sunley Building with effect


from that date.
Alphonso Adderley
Ashwood Aranha
Roger Bain
Rev. Ephraim Beckford
Isabel Blackie
Florence Brice
Simeon Biown
Lester & Alice Bruck
L. Burrows & W. Horton
Oraline Butler
Fred Christie
Allan ('unninghami


Cirels Curinor
Frank Dixon
Frank Edwards
Ruth Ferguson
Marlin Gibson
Reuben Hamilton
Ivy Kemp
C. A. Kenny
Esrum Lewis
Robert Lewis
Ekice Lightboume
Eleanor McGregor
SYDNEY MORRIS
Official Liquidator


Raymond Miller
Alexander Moss
Eloise Nicholls
Estiverne Novembre
Phillip Pierre
Verna Ramsay
Sylvia Rolle
Dereck Campbell Russell
George Sleeman
Rudolph Smith
Sherwin Smith
Lernix Taylor


Would the following persons, being depositors or creditors of Traders Bank &
Trust Limited (In Liquidation) and whose claims were admitted by me as
liquidator prior to 5th June, 1973. please attend my office on the 2nd floor of
the Kings Court Building on Bay Street, Nassau, between 9.00 a.m. and 11.00
a.m. Monday to Friday, where cheques for the first interim distribution,
equivalent to 20 cents per B$1.00 of the admitted claim, are awaiting collection
When attending to collect a cheque, please bring some form of identification.
Those persons unable to attend before 21st January, 1974, please note that my
office will be moved to the 2nd floor of the Bernard Sunley Building with effect
from that date.
Israel Adderley Eliza K. Ferguson John Mackey
Rosemary Armbrister Neville Ferguson Edgar Major
Victoria Armbrister Sandra Ferguson James Major
Leotha Bannister Rowena Forbes Leonora Major
Densy Brown Enid &/or Cubell Fox Charles Minnis
Joseph Bullard Florence Hanna Gertrude Moss
Noel Bullard Wendell Hanna Samuel L. Moss
Aladdice Butler Hilda M. Heastie Merline Munroe
Tyrone Cargill Jeffrey Henfield Lovely Nairn
Michael Carroll Terence Henfield Michael Nairn
Julita Clarke Lisbon Higgs & Touriste Nicolas
Hazel Cleare Andree Laurance Harcourt Rahming
George Colebrooke Jerome Hutcheson Inez Rigby
Leonard & Rodella Collins Angela Johnson Blossom Rolle
Alfred Cooper Frederick Johnson Letisha Rolle
Anna Cox Glenroy Johnson Edison Seymour
Zerline Davis Renault Johnson Beatrice Shepberd
Coreen Delancy Rosaline Johnson Loretta Smith
Donald Deleveaux Alpheus Jones John Stubbs
Arlington Deveaux Hensel Kemp Nehemiah Stubbs
Mario Duncombe Dolly McDonald Merle Sweeting
Charles Evans Roland & Irene McIntosh Elva Taylor
Prince Farrington Reuben McKenzie James Taylor
Alice Ferguson Frederick B. McPhee Beatrice Wilson
Desmond Ferguson Evangeline Mackey Joseph Winder
Dirici Ferguson Freddie Mackey Prince Wright
SYDNEY MORRIS
Official Liquidator


QUESTION 2 contained a
comparatively rare bidding
situation, but one which
commonly leads to trouble
when it does occur at the table.
At Trove-All. East deals, and
the bidding starts thus:


S W
S dble pass
H ?
The South hand is:


N
pass


A 98 2
KQ 103
KQ64
South's informatory, double
on the first round was
impeccable. But North's pass,
which in effect turned the
informatory double into a
double for penalties, is the key
to the whole auction. North
expects to make trump tricks
in a Spade contract, and relies
on you to make enough tricks
outside Spades on beat 1 Spade
doubled. In view of this, South
must re-assess his prospects as
defender against 2 Hearts, or as
declarer at some other
contract.
When this actual situation
took place, South reasoned:
"My partner can double
Spades, so I can certainly
double Hearts." He did double,
with unfortunate results. Two
Hearts was just made.
A pass, tough though it may
be on an aggressive player, is
the best way out. Leave further
action to North. And you never'
know, West may be about to
land himself on your hook in
one of the minor suits. Here is
the full deal from the original
hand:
KJ 1087 2
4
A8 7 23
7 3


Q
1063
J 6 54
J 10 9 8 2
5
A98 2
K Q 103
KQ64
The awards are:
Pass ......... 10
3 C or 3D ..........4
D ouble ..............2


A 9 6 4 3
KQJ 75
9
A 5


QUESTION 3 gave you this
hand as South at Game-All:
AQ
95
75432
8642
You were the dealer, and the
bidding started like this:
S W N E
Pass Pass 1 H 2 S
Pass Pass 3H 3S

East's overcall of 2 Spades
indicated a strong hand. What
it amounts to is this: do you
rate your Ace Queen of Spades
sufficiently valuable to warrant
taking partner to 4 Hearts? A
double is speculative. East
knows he hasn't got the Ace,
Queen, but he still feels strong
enough to compete at the
3-level. Partner, without a
squeak from you, goes it alone
to the same level.
It is usually close in these
competitive situations, but I
am going to award the
maximum for aggression here.
Your Spades are going to be
worth two unexpected tricKs
for North if he is in 4 H. while
if that bid provokes East-West
into 4 Spades, you are almost
certainly going to beat them.
The awards are:


LODGE OFFICERS ELECTED
FIFTEEN NEW OFFICERS were elected as officers of
the Grand Lodge of the Most Worshipful Prince of Peace A.
F. and A. M. for the New Year. Shown pictured. they
include, (from 1. to r.) Leonard McKenzie, Grand Senior
Master of Ceremonies; Prinston Rolle, Grand Secretary;
Sidney Haynes, Grand Chaplin; Cleveland Johnson, Grand
Junior Warden; Carrol J. Storr, Grand Master; Wilfred C.
Roberts, Grand Senior Warden; Hubert Burrows, Grand
Senior Deacon; Leonard Davis, Grand Treasurer; Hubert A.
Rolle, Grand Junior Master of Ceremonies; Right
Worshipful George W Gardiner, Past Deputy Grand Master;
Norman Brown, Grand Marshall.
Not shown are Grand Junior Deacon, M. Adderley, S.
Ingraham, Grand Senior Stewart, Amos Pinder, Grand Tiler,
L. Adderley, Grand Junior Stewart.


4 Hearts....... 10
Pass..........8
3 NT........ 5
Double.........5
The last of the bidding
questions was the easiest.
South deals with East-West
vulnerable, and holds:
QJ2
J 43
Q86
AK42
The bidding starts:
S W N E
1 C pass 1 D pass
1 NT 2 H pass 3 H

W i t h a flat and
undistinguished hand, and an
uninspired response from


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partner, you obviously don't
want to venture any further
than INT, or maybe 2D. When
vulnerable opponents throw
their hats into the ring like
this, you can bet your last
dollar that not only are they
contesting the auction, but
they are drawing accurate
inferences from the bidding.
Who has the best hand at the
table? East. probably. He's not
good enough to go straight to 4
Hearts, but he makes
allowances for the fact that
West is simply balancing with a
fair hand about 9 or 10
points, a good Heart suit,
shortage in the minors, and
reasonable playing prospects. If
you keep quiet, they will stop
in 3 Hearts. If you get busy,
you will either prod them into
their game call, or get doubled
and receive rough treatment in
the play. The awards:
Pass .......... 10
4 D ......... .4
Double....... 2

RC

Lions win again
THE LIONS Club of Nassau
have, for the third consecutive
year, been named the winner
of the "Bell Ringers' contest
hehl during the Christmas
Kettle Effort for the Salvation
Army.
The results were announced
by Major J. Henry Russell,
Regional Commander for the
Bahamas.
Nine clubs participated in
the contest. Second place went
to the Kiwanis Club of Cable
Beach with the Rotary Club
East third. Others taking part
were: Rotary Club, Nassau;
Rotary Club, West Nassau;
Kiwanis Club of Nassau;
Kiwanis Club (Ft. Montagu):
Key Club of Government High;
Key Club of Queen's College.
The date for presentation of
the "Bell Ringer" trophy will
be announced later.



MENTAL HEALTH WEEK

THE ZNS I programme "No
Man is an Island" on Monday.
January 7 at 8 p.m. will feature
a di'-'ission on the pins for
the upcoming Mental Health
Week being held from January
20 to January 27.
Those participating will be
Rosemary Christie, Sister
Eileen Nicola Vergil, Alfred
Sears and Fddie Minnis.
SCIENCE LECTURE
MR. THOMAS A. McClain,
C S.B., of Chicago will lecture
cn the "Key to the Mystery of
Creation" on Tuesday,January
8, at 8 p.m. in the Bahamas
Teachers' College Auditorium,
Gregory Street.
Mr. McClain is a member of
the Board of Lectureship of
the First Church of Christ,
Scientist, in Boston, Mass.
The lecture is being held
under the auspices of the
Christian Science congregation
in the Bahamas.
SPIRITUAL TALK
A TALK will be given in
Nassau tonight at 7.30 at the
Sheraton British Colonial Hotel
on the most ancient science.
"Man Know Thyself". This
sacred science which was given
out by Kabir, Christ, Buddha,
and other great saints and
prophets, will be discussed by a
representative of the living
Saint, Kirpal Singh Ji. "The
subject deals with the most
interesting, yet most neglected
of all sciences, the inner self,
the light of life, the soul, which
is a drop of consciousness from
the Ocean of all Consciousness
(the Creator)", a spokesman
said.


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ENGAGED
Mr. & Mrs. Charles McPhee
of 16 France Street, Norwalk,
Connecticut and 114
Constitution Drive, Nassau.
have announced the
engagement of their daughter
Edith Marie, (pictured), to
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Pittsburgh, Pa.
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Why energy is short



and what it can mea



to our way of life.


There is a worldwide energy
shortage. It has already
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directly. It will undoubtedly
affect the Bahamas. In
order to deal with it intelli-
gently, we all need to know
what caused it, what it can
mean and what we will
have to do about it.

The Guts of the Problem

The world's energy comes from
a very few sources.
Oil, natural gas, coal, water
power, nuclear power.
Throughout the world there is
enough total energy to last many
lifetimes. For example, there is
plenty of coal. And scientists tell
us there is plenty of nuclear energy
theoretically.
The trouble is, right now. today.
cars can't burn coal.
And we don't have sufficient
nuclear power plants in operation.
So it is not easy to substitute
one for;n of energy for another.
What we need immediately is
more oil. And wejust don't
have it.

What Happened to All That Oil?

The world began using more oil
in place of other forms of energy
many v cars ago. Oil is easier to
ship and use than coal, for ex-
ample, and it burns cleaner to
reduce air pollution.
Another exatriple: we had
hoped to see nuclear energy carry
part of the load. But it has not
developed as fast as the world
hoped. Oil has had to fill the gap.
Meanwhile, the growth of the
automobile population acceler-
ated and so did all the other
energy-using forms of transporta-
tion. During recent years, higher
horsepower engines with in-
creased compression ratios and
antipollution devices have in-
creased consumption of motor
fuels (less miles per gallon). So did
the need for electricity, most of
which is generated by burning oil.
Last year, more electricity was
generated than ever before.


One example: look at the number
of air conditioners you see in
hotels, office buildings and private
homes today compared with only
a few years ago. In short, we have
more cars, more lights, more
television sets, air conditioners,
refrigerators and other appli-
ances. Each one accounts for its
share of the total store of oil.
The Bahamas is not unlike
many other countries of the world
We have vastly improved our
standard of living.
We burn oil to keep wheels


Offshore :,ii,-j rig-vital to future supplies of energy

turning, industries humming,
propellers spinning, jets flying.
Last year, more travelers came
to the Bahamas than ever before.
So we are using more energy.
And just about all that energy
must be imported in the form of
oil into the Bahamas.

Where Does Oil Come From?

Most of the crude oil that is con-
sumed around the world is pro-
duced in only a few countries.
The countries having the great-
est export production have dras-
tically increased the cost of the oil.
Recent difficulties in the Mid-
east have caused the governments
of these producing countries to
restrict their production to levels
below normal.
The consuming countries
throughout the world, which now
have less oil available than they
require, are competing with each
other for the limited available
supply. This has further increased
the price of oil.
This higher price must be borne
by energy consumers.


Is Money the Only Problem?

No. Not at present.
Crude oil must be refined into
gasoline, fuel oil, motor oil and
hundreds of other products before
it can be used.
Today, most of the world's
refineries are going full blast. At
Esso, for example, we are refining
oil just as fast as we possibly can.
We are steadily adjusting and im-
proving our refining capability.
But it takes a long time to ex-


pand and build refineries. We can
foresee a time when we will not
be able to increase our capacity as
fast as demand is growing.

What Can We Do About It?

There is a job for everyone.
The world oil industry, includ-
ing Esso, is hard at work looking
for new sources of oil. We are
drilling miles at sea. We are drill-
ing deeper in oil fields that have
been abandoned in the hopes of
turning up oil that may be farther
down. We are expanding our re-
fineries wherever we can. The con-
sumer has his work cut out for
him, too. Every effort must be
made to curtail nonessential and
inefficient use of energy.

How Will This Affect Prices?

The prices will be higher. But to
keep these prices in perspective,
we should note that the cost of oil
and gasoline has not risen nearly
as fast over the past twenty years
as most other commodities.
But one thing is certain mas-


sive inflc
Bahani
all type-
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Europec
in exces
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regular gre
to thc con
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fact that (a"
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By Abigail Van Buren
c 1974 Dy Chicago Tribune-N. Y. News Synd., Inc.
DEAR ABBY: Like everyone else who writes to you, I
have a problem, but this could be a multi million-dollar
problem. Two years ago [when I was 641 I married a man
who was 81 He was not .n good health, and I was his wife,
cook, housekeeper, chauffeur and nurse--on 24-hour-a-day
,STO Muicduty. you might say. When we were married he promised
he would leave half of everything he owned to me, and the
other half would be divided among his children. He was a
&c wealthy man and owned lots of choice Florida property
wPhich his father bought in 1901.
S1 took him at his word and never asked to see anything
in writing. Well. he died iii.l'.. and all he left me was
$10,0() a year for every year I lived with him. That's only
`.i20.Ji' The rest his children got.
I feel that I was cheated. I don't want to gamble what
money I have to fight the case unless I can win. What are
Snimy chances' Do you know a good sharp Florida lawyer


give me some kind of phony excuse [like ear Iriibl
which would get me out of taking swimming.
I realize it would be an advantage to know how to
swim, but if I'm too frightened to learn, what should I do?
PETRIFIED

DEAR PETRIFIED: I urge you to give it a try. IMost
swimming instructors are experts in dealing with "petri-
fied" students. I


Problems? You'll feel better If you get it off your chest.
For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. 69700, L.A.,
Calif. 90069. Enclose stamped. self-addressed envelope,
please.
Hate to write letters? Send $1 to Abigail Van Buren,
132 Lasky Dr., Beverly Hills., Cal. 90212, for Abby's booklet,
"How to Write Letters for All Occasions."


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LECTURE
Come and bring a friend

Subject: "KEY TO THE
MINISTRY OF CREATION"

Lecturer:THOMAS A. McCLAIN, C.S.B., of Chicago
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Time: Tuesday, January 8, 1974 8 p.m.

Place: Bahamas Teachers' College Auditorium
Gregory St., Oakes Field


DEAR ROBBED: I do not recommend lawyers I"sharp"
or dulll but if you don't know one, consult your county or
state bar association and they can advise you.

DEAR ABBY: A young man was asked by his girl
friend's father to provide "references" before he'd consent
to the marriage.
The young man didn't like the idea, and you agreed
that "getting married wasn't like applying for a job."
You are both wrong! When one marries, he tackles the
toughest job of all.
The father basically is trying to insure the success of
his daughter's marriage. Such a realistic view is long over-
due, and should be legislated into existence. This could
reduce the number of broken homes, juvenile delinquents
and the soaring welfare costs.
In my state, you don't drive without a series of class-
room and actual driving lessons, plus a written test, and a
road test. But all you need for marriage is a blood test and
the price of a license.
I think the establishment of a sound family unit de-
serves at least as much attention and legislation as driving
an automobile, don't you? PAWTrUCKET, R. I.
DEAR PAW: Of course, but where does one get "refer-
ences" for marriage? Only a former partner can provide
them, and if a man is a widower, his partner is dead. And
if he's divorced, his "ex" would probably be the last person
to recommend him for marriage.

DEAR ABBY: I lost quite a lot of weight and now my
seat is so flabby it looks terrible.
Abby, someone told me that a doctor can lift your seat,
Is that true, or was she putting me on? Please tell me
because I would give anything to get my seat lifted Some-
times I feel like I am practically dragging on the ground I
am married and have two children. Sign me .. .
DRt.\i;,I \i;

DEAR DRAGGING: Yes, it's possible. It is called a
"thigh lift." I understand that a plastic surgeon can lift
just about anything. Today seats . tomorrow, the stock
market!

DEAR ABBY: I have been happily married to a beauti-
ful girl for over a year. She used to work at the samte
office with me, but she quit a few months ago.
There is this guy at the office who has been telling me
every morning lately about his love dreams And 4hoi do
you think he's been dreaming about? MY wife'
I know you can't blame a guy for what he drealni. thul
it bugs me to know that he has been making love to my
wife in his dreams.
I hate to get rough with him because he doesn't know
how much it bugs me, but how do I tell him? t'C1GGEDi)
DEAR BUGGED: In plain language, like this: "Look.
friend, I can't stop you from dreaming about my wife. but
if your dreams are getting better all the time. I'd rather
not hear about it!"

DEAR READERS: I would like to share .. i
with you that strikes me as 9 simple common sen-e rules
Let's call them, New Year's Resolutions:
"Just for today I will try to live thru this day only. -anidi
not tackle my whole life problem at once I can do s4e-
thing for 12 honors that would appall me if I felt that I had
to keep it up for a lifetime.
",Just for today I will be happy. This assumes t,, bc rcLle
what Abraham Lincoln said, that 'Most folks are a- happy
as they make up their minds to be.'
".Just for today I will adjust myself to what is, :and n;t
try to adjust ever.'. toig to i0y o n doi,, 1i.. I l take 1
"luck" as it comes, and fit myself to i'
"Just for today I will try to strengthen my mind I 'il
study. I will learn something useful I %ill not be a mentail
loafer. I will read something that requires effort, thoiilht
and concentration.
"Just for today I will exercise my soul in three way' I
will do somebody a good turn, and not Oct found out, if
anybody knows of it, it will not count I will do at least tkwo
things I don't want to do-just for exercise I will not -show
anyone that my feelings are hurt: they may be hurt. but
today I will not show it.
"Just for today I will be agreeable 1 will look a.s .', I
as I can. dress becomingly, talk low, act courteously, criti-
cize not one bit, not find fault with ,,',:.lt i. and not try to
improve or regulate anybody except myself
-"Just for today I will have a program. I may not follow
it exactly, but I will have it. I will save myself from two
pests: hurry and indecision.
"Just for today I will hase a quiet half hour aill tI
myself, and relax. During this half hotiur, some tim' I
will try to get a better perspective of my life
"Just for today I will be unafraid E ," .,i:: I 1 not
be afraid to enjoy what is beautiful, and to te'lie'. thai as 1
give to the world, so the world will give to n1.4 '
And that is the credo for Overeater- An'1'.1m,4 44 It
makes sense, doesn't it? And so does thei- pro,4ram4 It'l
free For information about this wonderful or0aniz,!.i1n.
write to Box 2613. Hollywood. Cal 90028.
P.S. Have a happy, healthy New Year And pray tor
peace'

DEAR ABBY: I am currently enrolled in a four-year
college which requires that everyone who is I :'. ...,.. able
must learn how to swim before he graduates.
I have been putting off taking the swimnmi;:' course
because I am deathly afraid of water Just the 4in, i,! of it
makes me sick.
I suppose I could go to a doctor and ask him to please


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Wednesday Family Service 7 p.. ir ,
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Saturday January 5, 1974


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Three young ladies express themselves in a dance routine from "Black
Magic" from left to right: Deborah Symonette, Denise Whylly and Tanya
Kemp.


Professional vocal group delight audience in "Black '.'.- : f om left to
right: Kayla Edwards, Philip Burrows, Priscilla Rollins. Cecil Tompson and
Sheryle Swope.


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in this routine from "Black Magic" the male dancers are from left to right
Bud Cambridqe and Eric Tai; the ladies are Robin Springer, Karen Wallace,
Edda DuMont and Stephanie Lunn.


This lovely dance routine entitled "Gospel"
and Stephanie Lunn in the foreground
Pictures: PHILIP SYMONETTE.


(1970) shows Gregory Daist


Black Magic brings the house down


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brought the house dowkn I
doubt whether I e ( barat had
witnessed such befr-'
Beauti' ol chore, graphy was
de monstrated in Gospel
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\Iagic" produced and directed
by Shirley Hall Bass she was
also the choreographer.

Peanuts, Taylor contributedd
his professional expertise to
"Big Bandera" as did many big
names on the entertainment
lield in Nassau.
That professionals, adults
and children of various degrees
ot talents and experience could
all be welded g,.iiliu r into one
huge successful production is
surely a tribute to Mrs, Shirley


By DAPHNE W. WHITFIELDI

Hall Bass.
In "Laughin' Place" little
Tina Roberts as Brer Rabbie
displayed heaps of natural
acting ability and dancing
promise. The older girls in the
"Shepherd Needle Patch" skit
were also superb with Denizez
Moss as Brer Buckie and Karen
Wallace as Br-r Rabbie.
Kayla Edwards. Nassau's
fine operatic soprano played a
very different role as the young
Josephine Baker in Paris. I
understand Kayla sings in five
different ]n 't., c s and in this
cabaret number she sang in
French 1I cannot say I was


comfortable with LKa la in thl
unaccustomed med iii
Sheryle Swope along with
our own Priscilla Rollins \Lwerc
popular vocalists
It was evident iMn th
production that the stuCdent iit-
the school are all products ot
wholesome discipline It wou il
be nice to name all of the kids
by name but as, that",
impossible Hajna Moss stands
out as a superb dancer with a
future in front of her
The show ended with the
audience being even n mi'
further drawn out c with s-ong
of to-dyv "Nassau L(tio '
Funk," and "'(ot a Letie:
from Miami."
It would be in geiuess ihii


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SHIRLEY ST
Now h showing thru
Thursday. "Charley Varrick-
matinees at 2:45 and 4:55.
evening 8:30. Parental
discretion is advised
Starts Frida', "'Cofft "
nmatiinees at 3:00 and 5:00.
evening 5 30 No one under
17 w ill be admitted.

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,. llt I,- withi the lan.istoim ing
chelil !ica;l causingIl the fla IiIne
life tc losw it gian si/es,. a
geaIt Ieat is existent in the
11iiinds ol the to\ wnspeople
aiutlih riti ic'; .' aghlast andd
worried IbecI iusc l ie a LInnot
tind a sd itmion.
I ver\ attempt is made tlo
chanllce things hlow\-vcxI, and
btiul sheiim l Iii Kri ltr i in
his despceraii in c en agices to
\% "k w ith at blawk Manrle

"/ I- tl%"" \\ I r, pihd iced and
liicctcdi h\ 1 )Ion Ba.irtio lot
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Slartis Wednesday,. "'The
Spook Whlio Sat By The
Poor 'its '[hei Return of
Sta.iliIaii.i iattlee conltilnioun'
from 1 30, evening 8: 30.
Pareniltil discretion is advised.


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published in the United States,
the American critics and public
acclaimed it as "one of the
most compelling books in the
country today." It has since
been translated into Swedish,
Fin nish, Dutch. Italian.
German, Japanese and French
and is a popular topic for
discussion in college courses in
contemporary Amer ican
literature.
A whole string of Western
actors confront viewers of
United Artists' "Return of
Sabata" which sees the
attempts of a greedy mayor
,ind a scheming Irishman to
swindle a town being foiled by
Sahl.It.
Lee Van ('leef. Reiner
Scho ne, (ianni Rinzo,
A n a bhellar I ncontrera,
iGianpiero Albertine and Pedro
Sanche/ all appear in "Return
it Sahata."
I lhe western movie takes its
,,setine from a small Texas
iown just shortly after the
Aimcricn .ivil War. Lee Van
(leet i, a gun-slinger and a
former (Confederate officer
iho has, joined up with a
t liii.-: circus.
Ilis encounter with a
crooked friend who owes him a
large st1 in if Illoney takes
!l mler ienl t out ot his stay inl
town when he discovers what
1il lis friend has up his sleeves
lo! the townspeople.

SAVOY
Now showing thru
Tuesday, [iiter the Dragon,
plus "Ride in the Whirlwind"
matinee continuous from
2: 15, evening 8: 30. Plus late
feature Tuesday night.
Wedineday thru Friday,
"Detroit 9000" plus "Twitch
of the Death Nerve," matinee
continuous from 2: 30,
evening 8:30. No one under
17 will be admitted. Plus late
feature Friday night.



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I i 54 decision in June that
'- c m "comrliiti\ standards" should
ii i;I eixl cdc wilithcr movies and
books arc obscene. Film
" i' cia s wit csaw the 'ri.-,i;i .,it ',
S':l i censorship all over the
l : :i .dai'


S t 'r% I Miarion Brando's refusal oit
Hi th os.at. Boos were heard ifor
'h: Irst tiime at the academy
iw sids after the actor sent an
i ndian to, turn down his oscar
S' best actor in "-The
S i ( atihcb." Brando said he
it .,, : ,was protesting the longtime
maiiIgnmg oi Itndians in mlTovies
0 The writers' strike The
:' ck xw,,rk stoppage bN the
it ..i. '' (itild o)f A imerica
e d. c d )wn feature
it.it ik i in and had a more
K 1[ st. i ,,tus effect o' n television
I! tmintg. Some blameicd the
', 1 i i nal ilualit o! the new,


television series on the fact
that scripts could not be
adequately prepared.
Death in Hollywood. An
unusual number of tilm
notables died during the year.
Among then John Ford,
Robert Ryan, Joe F. Brown,
Launtz Melchior, Laurence
Bobby Darin, Michael O'Shea.
Sidney Blackmer. Annai
Magnacin Jack Haw kins.
The decline and tall ott
M(i M l h v c o tpant 's
president, James I Aubre .
announced that M(GM would
go out of the distribution
business Atbre res signed ci i
afterward. During his tenancy.
he had divested MGM ot main\
it its assets, apparently to
help build the 1 10-nillion
dollar (Grand HMotel in Las
Vegas, the project t o. MG\M's


Have a dA

t SUNDAY SESSION
LMORAL AND PAN AM

2 -3:00P.M.

in eat from a
nian Ruffet Lunch


principal w n ie kitk
Kerkorian.
The rose nt Kung I u" I hu
came from 1n,,: K.n, ithc -,
filmins full of karitc hps ,:
tulrious acting An ir t.tnlAu ,
trend, and one wklhcli scjitc.i.a
lasted ouiit the eiar.
The fall o i the hiLuk i, :,i
Black audiences, and Iv.!it.
moviegoers, tin, bc a dini.c I ,,.
w ith he att tc n ilti L t !
beat-up-whites tikt \,,ki
appeared to match last .. it:
"Sounder and *I a ils, Simr-
the Blues."


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NOW SHOWING



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NOW THRU THURSDAY


I Matinee 2:45 & 4:55, evening
WHNN NE RUNS OUT Of BUMB LOCKR ,





II'RI \TI1/I)/IS('C
Reservations not claimnt
i i on first come, first



ii, \ Now thru Tuesday
lI Matinee starts at 2:15
Evening 8:30
; ENTER THE DRAGON" PG
Bruce Lee, John Saxon
: plus
"RIDE IN THE
!w, ic .h In I WHIRLWIND" G.
Jack Nicholson,
Cameron Mitchell
S K'Phone 22534


ti..n t NOW THRU
lInt- ahion Sunday continuous from
Monday continuous fro
begils ,uit a' ,
-;I 1ls[ t .11 1 I l
r on thle educ I
p tlh a ecrl I

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e residents ol Plus! Z
.wn who hadI PIusI Z
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8:30-'Phone 21004, 21005
ALWAYS HAS GENIUS TO FA L ACK ON'



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FTIOA.\'A) /SIIP.
ed by 8:l5 will be sold
served basis.



Sunday thru Tuesday

Sunday continuous from 4:301
Monday continuous
from 3:00

"SWORD OF EL CID" G.

All Star Cast
plus

"THE BLACK DUKE" G.
Cameron Mitchell



TUESDAY
5 p.m.-'Phone 34666
m 2:30, evening 8:30








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LOS ANGELES In this
age of X-rated imoies and
topless dancers, the news tromn
calendar industry is Bison
are preferred to hosomsm and
scenery to shapely ltegs,,
Two decades alter the
Marilyn Monroe nude pin -up
calendar sold 50 million
copies, cheesecake ,s passe
and the calendar makers
aren't looking for man\
pretty girls anymore,
"The pin-lip calciidat
business is down,." saxs Peter
Gowland, a well-knowvn Los
Angeles gla imtou r
photographer. "You go inio a
store now and youli see tat
people calendars,. nuud' mate
calendars All these gimmicks,
Nobody is doing anything
straight anymore"
G ol and does the
photography for today
biggest-selling commercial
pin-uip calendar, put out by
the Ridge Tool Co., of Elyria.
Ohio. The calendar is about
the last of its kind
"Pin up calendars have
k id of gone down the
rainn" said Bill Bloedel of
Brown & Brigelow, St. Pattul.
Minn., the country's largest
calendar maker.
"If you are going to work
in this business, you can't just
be cheesecake because there
just isn't that much
cheesecake," says model Dian
Parkinson ,
One of the first pin-up
calendars was "Collette." a
portrait painting by Angelo
Asti. printed in 1903 by


Brown & Hiihelit ihi. ki.i
caught on iland pilht it up
callendartds ollw .1 ,i .
wasn't iunil t' i ; il 11m]
iart as listi'd I h1 i i. .it mitt
"Septeinbter Ml r .il i A
tro lml the (fi m !' .ii iii .
"M atinee rt pltit hii i
Paul ( hUabs
Bi ut sct C1 nrs :i nd
endangered sprtt-itis ii lirs
.ire todav ls I -s.; ri r,
i .in lt acti\ i st ti t i tt
Plin-ip catcnd +..=,, hod
ilieir lheiglil og t )iitl., i lt \ in
the I 40%s and o5s
Tile Mariln n ii \1 iii
calendar is tlhi liimi t .iii1noi
oit all Hie phi l,)Ii iph..i.
Toim Kellev oIi I Is \, hl,
reminembers iIt well
MWiss Monre.' a sitttgling
young actre.x eneii i O 50
posing lor the ca.ilcida. Slide
used to come in tit th indio
ansd ask ior .t iiindi cd ;i ;i
lime so she could piss ,itmili
out and aulitgraphi thini.
Kelley said
A collector s ilti. ll, ie
Monroe cIllendar ni% swill
tor $40 to $50 'ind I don't
haWe any of lihemi. Ielley
said. IAPI

WOMEN'S SUNDAY
WOMI N'S Sutil.L\ .,\ill heI
celebrated 'Sun"idti, w i at .i ta t
a m. mass a .i St H1, .. hir, h
Monsmi nor iPri ,! ):; \I- 1 ,' !i h .
the celcbra:!
('athohlc o nen jd tii
guilds oI tihe ji ii s p.iii
are expected i, .iitl itd
As -ecept'. ,.;II tI ; .wv thlt,
mass


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The day of the pin-up


calendar is over


SUPER
WITH BA

12

Enjoy all you ca
De licinous Bahan


for$7.00per person, plus gratuities
Children under 12, half price.


See a Travelooue of ARNICA FOOIBA ll iHI GH
Compliments of Pan American
beginning at 12:00 Noon.
"THE IGNITERS" STEEL BAND
plays all afternoon!


SPanAm



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Saturday January b 1974


i2h Tribunl


CLASSIFIED SECTION


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


PUBLIC AUCTION
C12987
Harry D. Malone will sell at hlis
premises on Albury Lane five
doors from Shirley Street on
the right hand side int the
Eastern District of tire Island
of New Providence on riiday
the 11th day of January A D.
1974 at 12 o'clock no'n., thr
following property:

ALL THAT certain piece or
parcel of land known as" Lots
No. 70, No. 71 No. 72 and No.
73 of Block No. 3 as laid out
of Berry Islands Development
Compamy i t-'t .,,,i ) i iL limited
containing by adrneoasu rment
One and Thirty-four hsrndieths
(1.34) of an at ie o'
thereabouts situate in the
central section of the So'uthein
part of Cistern Cay one0 of the
Islands in the Group of Island'
known as the Berry slanrds in
the Commrnonweaith of the
Bahamas ABUTTING ANDL
BOUNDING towards thw
North on other laids of the
Crown towards the East on a
Reservation for a Road F ortv
(40) Feet wide known as
Shepherd's Needle Close and
towards South and 'r Vest on
other larlds of the Crown or
however else the sarno ma'-
abut aind bound which said
piece or parcel of land hals such
position boundtI r s shape
marks and dimernsions as i:'
shown orn the diagraii or plan
drawn on fthe back if a Crown
Grant to tieirv Islands
Developmentt Co pay 11
(Baham'ras) Linmited dated the
21st day of July, A.D 1971
and now of record in tlhe
Registry of Recor ds in the i ty
of Nassaui in the Isl d ;f Nrw
Providence in Volume i 79n ( jt
pages 415 to 416.
2. ALL THFIAT -ertai ,i p ..: .
parcel of land ncI ,,'! js t ,-"
No. 3, No. 4, No. 5. No 6, 'r,d
No. 7 of Block No I as x,1id
out by Roery I-lan-
Develonpment Co n pr v
(Bahamas) Limited I T-!ii,q
by admeasure:ment Two .atd
Four tenths (2 4) c 1 i- .'.
thereabouts situate nr't the
Southern end of Ciste'r C.i,
one of the Islanics in the Gio.po
of Islands known as the IRc4,1
Islands in the Comrnoinwe'.ith
of the Bahamas afore',aid
ABUTTING AND BOUNDING
towards the Northeast on other
lands of the Crown towards thc
Southeast on a Reservation fi
a Road Forty (40) Feet wide
kown as Village Raod towdadi
the Southwest on other lands
of the Crown and towards the
Northwest partly by the High
Water Mark of the' Sea aind
partly by other lands of the
Crown or however else the
same way abut and bound
which said piece i parcel or
land has such pucition
boundaries sIhape rnarks aid
dimensions as ait ( i..-i o0 tli
diagram o r pla1 diawn aon mo it,
back of a Cit( vi Gri,rl tI
Berry Islands It,,r I
Company (Bahamis) L limited
dated the 21st dao July A [D
1971 and now of necoid in the
Registry of Records ,n tie City
of Nassau in the Island o Ni w
Providence aIfoesaiI in
Volume 1796 at paits 417 t/,
418.

3. ALL THAT ceitami p. .-'i
parcel of land known .1- L .-i
No. 2, No 3 ald N .I, 1
Block No 10 as laid it
Berry Islands Develol, in
Company (t'hj'rias) I 'nt-i'd
contalninq bv admie's ii ,'liii'
One and Thrte, h r' lit'd i'ia
Forty seven th i.u a'idthl-
(1.347) of ain ,": o,
thereabouts situate ,' the
Western Coast of d'ishte, i Cay
one of the Island- in the t~otfp
of Islands known as the Beny
Islands in the Conrno"w'alth
of the Bahamas aforesaid
ABUTTING AND B.i .Ol' ',nr.
towards the NORTH by other
lands of the Crown towards the
East partly by other lands of
the Crown and partly on the
WESTERN end of a
Reservation for a Roadknrrown
as Sage Court towsaids the
SOUTH and WEST on the High
Water Mark of the Sea o0
however else the same may
abut and bound which said
piece or parcel of land has such
position boundaries shape
marks dimensions as are shlowni
on the diagram or plan on the
back of a Crown Grant to
Berry Islands Development


Company (Bahamas) Limited
dated the 21st day of July,
1971 and now of record in the
Registry of Records in theCity
of Nassau in the Islands of New
Providence aforesaid in
Volume 1796 at pages 419 to
420.
4. ALL THAT certain piece or
parcel of land known as Lots
No. 15, No. ,7, No. 18 and
No. 19 of Block No. 10 as laid
out by Berry Islands
Development Company
(Bahamas) Limited containing
by admeasurement Two and
Four hundred and Forty-two
thousands (2.442) of an Acre
or thereabouts situate on the
Southwestern Coast of Cistern
Cay one of the Islands in the
Group of Islands known as the
Berry Islands in the
Commonwealth of the
Bahamas aforesaid ABUTTING
AND BOUNDING towards the
EAST partly on a Reservation
for a Road Sixty (60) Feet
wide known as Cistern Cay
Drive partly on other lands of


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PUBLIC AUCTION
the Crown known as Lot No.
16 of the aforesaid Block
No. 10 partly on a Reservation
for a Road known as Mastic
Court and partly on other
lands of the Crown towards the
SOUTH and WEST on the High
Water Mark of the Sea or
however else the same may
abut and bound which said
piece or parcel of land has such
position boundaries shape
marks and dimensions as are
shown on the diagram or plan
drawn on the back of a Crown
Grant to Berry Islands
D evelopnJnt Company
(Bahamas) Limited dated the
21st day of July, A.D. 1971
and now of record in the
Registry of Records in the City
of Nassau in the Island of New
Providence aforesaid in
Volume 1796 at pages421 to
422


5. ALL THAT certain piece or
parcel of land known as Lots
No. 3, No. 4, No. 5, No. 6 and
No. 7 of Block No. 2 as laid
out by Berry Islands
Development Company
(Bahamas) Limited containing
by admeasurement Two and
Sevenrty-two thousandths
(2,072) of an acre or
i- ', -..i, r situate near the
Southern end of Cistern Cay
u, of thIe Islands in the Group
of Islands known as the Berry
islands in the Commonwealth
of the Bahamas aforesaid
ABUTTING AND BOUNDING
towards the NORTHEAST on
other lands of the Crown
towards the SOUTHEAST on
the High Water Mark of the Sea
towards the SOUTHWEST on
other lands of the Crown and
towards the NORTHWEST on
a Reservation for a Road Forty
(40) Feet wide known as
Village Road or however else
the same may abut and bound
which said piece or parcel of
arid has such position
boundaries shape marks and
dimensions as are shown on the
diagram or plan drawn on the
back of a Crown Grant to
Berry Islands Development
Company (Bahamas) Limited
dated the 21st day of July
A.D. 1971 and now of record
in the Registry of Records iin
the City of Nassau in the Island
of New Providence aforesaid in
Volume 1796 at pages 425 to
426.
6 ALL THAT certain piece or
paicel of land known as Lots
No. 26, No. 27 and No. 28 of
Block No. 10 as laid out by
Bei ry Islands Development
Company (Bahamas) Limited
containing by admeasurement
One and Three hundred and
Twentv-nine thousandths
(1.329) of an acre or
thereabouts situate on the
Southwestern Coast of Cistern
Cay olne of the Islands in the
Gitril of Islaids known as the
tle' v Islands in the
C 0mi1onI wealth of the
Hahalmas aforesaid ABUTTING
ANI H!) ,' it 111r towards the
Noritth on other lands of the
Coown towards the East partly
on a Reservation for a Road
known as Rams Horn Court
and partly on other lands of
the Crown towards the South
on other lands of the Crown
aid towards the West on the
Hliqh Water Mark of the Sea or
however else the same may
aibut and bound which said
piece 01 parcel of land has such
po'fti.on boundaries shape
ma',s and dimensions as are
shtwn oin the diagram or plan
dcawn on the back of a Crown
Giant to Berry Islands
Development Company
(Rahamas) Limited dated the
21st day of July, A.D. 1971
and now of record in the
Registry of Records in the City
of Nassau in the Island or New
Providence aforesaid in
Volume 1796 at pages 423 to
424.(1.226) of an acre or
7 ALL THAT certain piece or
par el of land known as Tract
-A" of Block No. 2 as laid out
hy Berry Isla- is Development
Company (Baiamas) Limited
containing by admeasurement
One arid Two hundred and
Twenty -six thousandths
(1 226) of a acre or
thereabouts situL' near the
Southern end of Cistern Cay
one of the Islands in the Group
of Islands known known as the
Berry Islands in the
Commonwealth of the
Bahamas aforesaid ABUTTING
AND BOUNDING towards the
Nor th partly on a Reservation
for a Road Forty (40) Feet
wide known as Village Road
and partly by another
Reservation for a Road Sixty
(60) Feet wide known as
Cistern Cay Drive towards the
EAST on a Reservation for a
Road Forty (40) Feet wide
known as Custard Apple Street
towards the South on other
lands of the Crown and
towards the West on other
lands of the Crown or however
else the same may abut and
bound which said piece or
parcel of land has such position
boundaires shape marks and
dimensions as are shown on the
diagram or nlan dawn on the
bock of a LI'own Grant to
Bo ry Islands Development
Corrii. ony (Bahamas) Limited
dated the 21st day of July,
A.D. 197. and now of record
in the Registry of Records in
the City of Nassau in the Island
of New Providence in Volume


1796 at pages 413 to 414.


PUBLIC AUCTION


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The property is being sold
under The Bank of Nova
Scotia's statutory power of sale
which arises by virtue of a
Supplemental Debenture dated
the 1st day of November, A.D.
1971 made between Berry
Islands Development Company
(Bahamas) Limited of the one
part and The Bank of Nova
Scotia of the other part and
now of record in the Registry of
Records in the City of Nassau
in the Island of New
Providence in Volume 1852 at
pages 103 to 111. The sale is
subject to a reserve price and
to the right for the Auctioneer
or any person on his behalf to
bid to that price. Terms 10% of
the purchase price at the time
of the sale and the balance
thereof on completion.

Dated this 15th day of
December 1973.

HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer

C12986
PUBLIC AUCTION
Harry D. Malone will sell at his
premises on Albury Lane five
doors from Shirley Street on
the right hand side in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence on Friday
the 11th day of January A.D.
1974 at 12 o'clock noon the
following property:--
ALL THAT Piece Parcel or
tract of land containing
Fifty-nine and Eighty-nine
hundredths (59.89) acres
being the Southern moiety
or half of Lignum Vitae Cay
containing One hundred and
Nineteen and Seventy-eight
hundredths (119.78) acres
and situate to the North of
Cistern Cay and to the West
of the Northern end of
Great Harbour Cay in the
Berry Island group of Islands
in the Bahamas bounded on
the North by the other
moiety or half of the said
Lignum Vitae Cay and on all
other sides by the Sea which
said piece parcel or tract of
land has such position
boundaries shape marks and
dimensions as are shown on
the plan attached to the
hereinafter recited
Debenture and thereon
edged in Red
SECONDLY ALL THAT
undivided 25/30th interest
in all that piece parcel or
tract of land containing
Fifty-nine and Eighty-nine
hundredths (59.89) acres
situate as aforesaid being the
Northern moiety or half of
the said Lignum Vitae Cay
bounded on the South by
the other moiety or half of
the said Lignum Vitae Cay
and on all other sides by the
Sea which said piece parcel
or tract of land has such
position shape boundaries
maiks and dimensions as are
shown on the said plan
attached to the hereinafter
recited Debenture and
thereon edged in green

AND THIRDLY ALL THAT
piece parcel or tract of land
said to contain One hundred
and Forty (140) acres but
on admeasurement found to
contain One hundred and
Fifty-two and Thirty-one
hundredths (152.31) acres
comprising the Northern
Portion of Three hundred
and Sixty (360) acres
originally granted by the
Crown to Thomas Taylor
and John Bethel and
recorded in the Department
of Lands and Surveys of the
Commonwealth in Book F
at page 53 situate at the
Northern end of Cistern Cay
in the Berry Island Group of
Islands in the Bahamas
aforesaid bounded on the
South by a loose stone wall
separating the said tract
containing One hundred and
Fifty-two and Thirty-one
hundredths (152.31) acres
from another portion of the
said Three hundred and
Sixty (360) acre tract
originally granted to the said
Thomas Taylor and the said
John Bethel and running
thereon One thousand nine
hundred and Eighteen and
Sixty-four hundredths
(1,918.64) Feet more or less
on the West by the Sea on
the North by an arm of the
Sea called "The Cieek" and
on the East by another arm
of the Sea with mangroves


below the High Water Mark
known as "Hurricane Creek"
which said piece parcel or
tract of land has such
position shape boundaries
marks and dimensions as are
shown on the said plan
attached to the hereinafter
recited Debenture and
thereon edged in Blue
INCLUDING but not
limited to the following
pieces, parcels or lots of
land-


LIGNUM VITAE CAY
Lignum Vitae West
Lots 1 to 47 inclusive and 49
to 54 inclusive.
Lignum Vitae South
Lots I to 26 inclusive and 28
to 54 inclusive.
Lignum Vitae East
Lots 1 to 40 inclusive and 43
to 58 inclusive.
I 'qnum Vitae North
Hotel Site 708,559 square
feet,


PUBLIC AUCTION I REAL ESTATE


All park areas ana
roadways on Lignum Vitae


Cay.
NORTHERN END
OF CISTERN CAY
Block 1 Lots 1


to 8


inclusive.
Block 2 Lots 1 to 7
inclusive.
Block 3 Lots 1, 2, 5, 8
and 17 to 24 inclusive
Block 4 -- Lots 7 and 9
Block 5 Lots 1 to 7
inclusive and 9 to 11
inclusive.
Block 6- Lots 1, 3 to 5
inclusive and 7 to 10
inclusive.


Block 7 L
to 12 inclusive


Block 8
inclusive
inclusive.
Block 9
inclusive
inclusive.
Block 10
inclusive,
and 33.
Block 11
inclusive
inclusive.
Block 12
inclusive,
Block 13


an


ots 5. 7 and 10
ve.
Lots I to 10
nd 12 to 14


Lots 1, 12 to 18
and 20 to 23

Lots 1 to 8
11 to 31 inclusive

Lots 2 to 5
and 7 to 16

- Lots 6, 10 to 12
16, 20 and 22.
Lots I and 6 tor


9 inclusive.
Airstrip, all park areas,
roadways and beach
reservations.
EXCEPT AND RESERVING
UNTO Berry islands
Development Company
(Bahamas) Limited from the
three pieces parcels or tracts of
land hereinbefore described
ALL THOSE lots of land
shown coloured Pink on the
said plan attached to the
hereinafter recited Debenture.

The property is being sold
under The Bank of Nova
Scotia's statutory power of sale
which arises by virtue of a
Debenture dated the 5th day
of February, A D. 1971 made
between Berry Islands
Development Company
(Bahamas) Limited of the one
part and The Bank of Novar
Scotia of the other part and
now of record in the Reqisti y of
Records in the City of Nassau
in the Island of New
Providence in Volume 1736 at
pages 53 to 68. The sale is
subject to a reserve price and
to the right for the Auction'een
or any person on his behalf to
bid to that price..
Terms 10% of the purchase
price at the time of the sale
and the balance thereof on
completion.
Dated this 15 day of December
1973.
HARRY D. MAi '-' .
Public Auctioneer

REAL ESTATE
C13111
TWO BEDROOM t0,0 i'.ti
cottage on Monttrose -\VC ihi'
North of Winchesiter 'eet,
garage and storeroom, ui'diy,
orchard with bearn o t ft
trees. Ten minutes .J. riH(|
distance Bay Steet' j'd 01
Palmdale Shopping C'torI.
TERMS AVAILABI Call
2-3041 between aid 5
4-1346 after 6.

C13110
TWO LOTS in BLair 'red,
Tuckaway. Call '-3041
between 9 and 5. 4 131(f ,ftei


C13096
DAVSON'S REAL ES1 )A E
CO. LTD
(Certified Real Estate Brokers
& Appraisers)
Phones 21178 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
C 0 N D 0 M I N I U M
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 21178
P.O. Box N-4648
Nassau, Bahamas


(13086
-.cRFAGEF FOR SALE


Over 2000 acres at LONG
ISLAND. Including
watertftontage. Ideal for high
(lass der'lopment. Inquiries
ente Itaine' Dial Nick
DaUit -s 22033. evenings
41197.


i A4ii LOTS SE AB REF ZE
AK E R 0 N LOTS
SE ABR I .I I.
Ideal '' ahIts mr and ,. ter
L ove, C t d'-i S1 It"
'ndividu,,l? o n 11 i C qcl ip
lAL AM.',i\llOS 22033,
2203/7. 411 '' /
C13092
WESTWARD VILLAS WITH
SANDY BEACH RIGHTS
Have twv-o houses, with 3
bedioorms, 2 ill. furnished,
wvithw ar Oi $35.000.00
FOUR BEDROOMS 3 baths,
heated swimming pool, patio,
Air, f'rniishtud no d rightss Sanidy
Beach opposite Cable Beach.
Only $65,000 00 a Santi
Speca1.1
HI LLTOP WINTON
HIGHWAY Gu.rigenus Views
-.ipai'.us giirrnds. FRights to
)P, h. Wi -l.ve thrie I' h ses, dt
$68,000.00, $110,000.00 and
,o- at $150.000.00. Average
If.1 bed i .l li'i. t bi 'i p- thsr ri
1'vt i1 i i .
DIAL I[AMIANOS 22033,
22305. 4'] 1 7
?l:30'i
WOODLAND cquit. ,raf t1c
shopping aind .' hi'')l Ht- 3
;'dm.>.i';i, 2 baths, funi shoh l
Lvith ,ii1 Pmijui-ally spa,!( .
1 is- ., i 38,000.00 Vr li
,llly $t10,000.00 dowr,
balai'c 10 veais at lO .
S ''i. f'x t 'fnthl i l
'AN A I
DIAL D4A vl FANS 22033
22 305.41 1917.

13090
r.i j CE, i [, iaOP. R ir 1-
12 ,n,, nioll m otel
s 1.1t(J[n )' )l, path o, coffee
ship i ,i.rcei qu1 iter s goinq
its''-' :. 000 .O
tl -. ri t* n's a a larhl,'
t ilnt- ( nti evile llltop.
iskmnq $125.000 .00 Well


intus'iii l prIopc It a s noa1
nutist' Co'lonel see aiLytiime.
You will be surpri-ed at the
low asking price
DIAL NICK DArilANOS'
22033, 22305, 41197.
C13089
SKYLINE house i'td
separate 2-stoley d- nplox
Mainr house has foul bednrio. -
three baths, furnished, c. cntal
Au, Tastefully furnished. 2- i
gaiage. Spacious gioUnt'. Ony
$165,00.00.
WESTERN SHORES t'111
.r Ed dtv V 1, hilltop ( ,

l,( tuded. Fu i'irI d l

SEMI-HILLTOP I 'i'V


I ltotse, at Prospei t
vrpwv of sea arid qol' I
C (.LMit I side atrm"'p' ti,
ifoUi bedloomnls, fti it.l
'I Hlas enclo'ed swc,,
pmirrl ad patio. P'i't'-
DIAl DAMIi\NC'2-
41 197 evrinigs.


C 1308 7
HIl LLTOP
PA R K.


3,


! i (; I \N )


l i0tjh & Cft G .F ..,:'WS.

Set I ded t ely
L'ci i'i hen f Ar .
Suf fi ient sp i,:,p ef f fifth
bed(Io hic I- ,('2 'l..w
re i odLucticion (lr i t.
SANS SOUCI irim- p 3 4
acie giouLicds. Thite I-.. 'L '!ns
2 baths., f',i nished. MaJri 'icit
views only $',7.500 00 View
w itho ut 1 I ...r ,'1 ,
DIAL T tI ,,. lI ON
NUMBERS 2.'033. 2
22307, e'vennii, 41 1 7

C13085
SEA-SIDE LS At.;S .',.i
W at rie f i ofI '. Imn',i, la'.i
' i d t 1' ' L- 'ii -
King on the Wate s Edge. G0cod
svcvin! u, Scu'rj Dv-'rg.
Sking, fishing. Makes an ideal
gift fiom SANT A. Only
$88,000 00. Immediate
occupancy see anytime.


DIAL
ACTION
41197.


DAMIANOS FOR
22033. evenings


C13120
L OT 11i x 155 Montagu
Heights Lot 100 x 115
t- .. Gardens Phone
58b12.

I FOR RENT

C13081
AIRCONDITIONED bedroorr
apartment Shir ley Parl,
Avenue. $235 per month.
Phone 5-8134.
C 13046
MOVING?

For Expei t Packing &
Foiwaiding by Sea oi Air,
Contact E. H. Mundy &
Co. (Nassau) Ltd.. P. 0.
Box N-1893. Phone
2-4511.



APPROVED CARGO
RIGHTS


.1.1 L.I-


FOR RENT


C13068
COTTAGEtS ad apart .....T
daiy, a wejekli or V onth: i
aroc''d t a_' 'I il-v fl, rifm sheri.
maid s' -vi.p avai' abie L- ve
i arde ai -c wim q
Telephou- 3129 7, 3 1"9

C13016
LOWER FLOOR two-storey
stone building situate on
Corner Providence Avenue and
A lbury Street Ir,, U 7 ,1 r ''
formerly Self Service Food
Store. T-i. 35053 Edward
Chea. Dunror e Avenue.

C13044
FU R N I 'S IF D ANt'
AI R 0 ND T ONED 2
bedio m I tIed iomn a'
e ff i i f a D t 1 t
Telephr -,,7 .

C 13 10i
STORf OR Of FICE Char ot' ."
Street pu uie Scottish SIhop.
imiple 1 i kring, imnnediate
o(U up( a i,-, Telephone .1 1470.
S13070
TWO B, hroomi apartmen1-
omnp let V 'i nished oppo te'
MPiP ', Primary School,
B!ue P!!I Road, Southi
Telpc aIva. able da'
teiepholr No 23287,

C13127
3 BEDROO' 1I bat's
uni itn -hed house. la'j' V.: I,
3 blocks from n itv
Reasonable Call 241 ,9 0'
53208 2't', 6 P.;!
C 13 1 i,
Fi FItCiKiY APARTM EN!
in PA:, dl.i-' i'l ii "il Vseoved
qentlen.' l dll ,1 4
InformatiLi,.


C 13115
N11 ASS AU
1 OWL RS
Sun It'r 'iio
I bodiodon


sv i' i n g pool
Japrl'-r nt, ;"t :vamp


in'' lh $250
1 2 bed ounii 2 b:-. ,ipa!i:: -nt
$135.
] 3 bcd'-co, :i 2 bu J .P i i r;.
$44 b
All nii 'i'y tu niishiod In' .d'r'
wat(.
Cont, ct 7 8421 2

( 13098
"MAUDIH.NNA APART
rit N I "' '-i m 'a K'.a'
Ave 'ie and )D fhami Sti' et.
Two-bediuom apaitrnents.,
co mp letely f ini rushed.
Telephone dvtimle 28272,
aftei 6.00 pjI ')34 18.

C13099
'' THE WAK L F I E L D
APARTMENTS" Coinet
Ci'id"'ia Avenue. 1 igle, stonr
aInd TI'. i- t b i uore
aIpar11 ''ts. o'' p etely
furnw .hef .
Telepht.-0'' davytme 28272,
i ') 0 pn. 53418.


S FOR SALE
130711
1UT0 I, s, I I -\ 0 ;1 I' -i.1
P.i..s ho I:- d tlitje ,i "' ri q! i ims
and ad- $160o n u earest
offer oInta. ': obei t
Lo, d ,-i R-fugi ic g i.i. n 24842

C 305"'
SETS "' W .,I Book

Afan q t 1)G '0 I 101 rF r
in ( ; .3''.'


RECORDS
45 i n bv A ['hiu


'iRR i i? '
t Lt i. .i ;, H ... -!,d ask
fof P Lj'-_ hti


C 131i--
BABY P!r


-troller, walker


& 'Ljies Also (einig lamps.
side 1tale & stereo record
pla''- *adi Phone 3 2110,

C131
. -. ,- 150 cc scooter
$12 '" L'aidv Esther. FEas'
Bay taine


CARS FOR SALE

BL i CHf V ROL El
APRIC( 'n excellent
cndti'. CL. J. Knowles. Tel:
C i 3,4


'lI' GT COMET sports car
Good condition with anl
condtoning. Ownei leaving
tower' Ielephone 3-6t,68.


C 131 1'
1968 Csl VY IMPALA,
airconditioned, powei brakes
and steejing. $1600 O.N.O. Tei
23101 9 a.m to 5 p.m. or
32559 after 6 p.m.

C 13047
WOLSEY HALL
THE OXFORD CORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE
rh i ialn!he nron tI, X1r1
i t and -\ i. 1 ondon
.ini'i'. ii"- .''i iIt C C Sadd 'ie li I1ir
c"i t ,P"s!,"' P,'irc "A



,,ig" lh,; B ho.,no, !.:w-. I'c hdi
V.,,.cd.,n lhe i' t "- -,df





i It l Ia h 10
l', t o a ilFree propecut
W KS U HL OXFORD DX2 P1


PETS FOR SALE


C13075
2 [LACtiSHUND PUPPIES
b' 1ck 8 weeks old Please call
Mr;s Clara Malone daytime
21986 night 5-3657


L13 10
NEW YEAR'S SPECIAL
Puiebred silver and beige blue
vyed Weimaraner Puppies. Plan
ahead this year to protect your
hiomre with o;ni of these rare
Ge!m 'n guard-dogs. Males:
i7 Femn-ales : $ 1 50.
telephone 3-1554



LOST


13130
E'. ' .1 offered for the
et,-rn of a five month old
blaci !o-q, wearing black collar.
Lost l st Saturday night in the
area o' Westward Villas and
Cable L ach. Answers to the
name Panther". Arvone
seeing th,_ dog contact Mr.
Sells 'th at 78055 or
52000


b list I TI I Iticty

IN [r Milk T'


I MARINE SUPPLIES


C 13041
23' BROADWATER Plywood
Brat 123 H. P. Ford Falcon
engine. Sleeps 3. Ice box.
Reasonable buy. Call home
35913. Work 74198.

C 11894
1969 30ft. CHRIS CRAFT
Commander. Sleeps six, private
showed, two 230 h.p. engines
with less than 200 hours,
kitchenette, good condition.
Call 24267, 54011.

SC13065
PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxurious
Cruising Yacht Phone 3-2371.
4 i
C13043

TRAVELLING?

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



APPROVED PASSENGER
RIGHTS


c13112 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
DISTRIBUTORS NEEDED SPARE. PART or FULL TIME NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
AUTO-HOME ACCESSORIES& CARE PRODUCTS
Ne market in system ppmits mnn or woman to distribute multi-mdllion S pre-sold
advertise.d products of 6 tt jor U.S. companies in ethe even billion S Auto/Hokmt
Srtoducts tilid Restock our compny Iecurl accounts weekly with hilh proet,
high impulie, ast reeriat consumer piOduct siftn
SIMONIZ TEXIU DUPONT JO11NMSON WAX
HOLLYWOOD ACCESSORIES PREMIUM TOOLS
rOvr i00 NAME B0AND PRODUCTS SUCH AS
K2r JANITOR IN A DRUM, FANTASTIK. SPRAY & WASH, SUPER BRAVO.
PLEDGE, FUTURE. GLADE, RALLY WAX, MASTER WAX, ZEREX, VISTA.
J/WAX & MANY OTHERS.
INS m m1si IIMtlTMil I1s Kfi mi I I MS i M No IW l11 ctAnn1T1
NO INITIAL SELLING! NOMEt STARTS IBllDIATILYI
WE FUNISNH ALL ACCOINTSI
INIIIUM tCASHIN VsttI $1t05, $222. 5271 UP TO $?S00
Appicnt should ha car. minimum of 6 spre hours weekly, able anBeu mible
to emum business responsiblities with 30 days. If you met tlwhe re"quin rlnts,
hav the cash invetment and sincerely want to own your own bunine. then writet
Sand include ephone nut b to
INTERNATIONAL MARKETING SYSTEMS INC.
tlu"o/M mBtK. "m.- UZ Im1oANT onm U. ti LO UoIS, 01 63114


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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' NEAR
The Wardrobe 5-5599

MUSIC


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

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


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 2-1892

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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MARINE SUPPLIES
C13123
14ft. Skiff and 25 Johnson
1974 used once $900. Lady
Esther, East Bay Marine.

C13126

YACHTS AND BOATS LTD

CHRIS- CRAFT

CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS
AVON INFLATABLES

26 FOOT Columbia Fibieglass
Sloop. Sleeps 4 with head
and galley. Atomic 4 auiia .
Has main, jib, Geneoa,
Bimini-top, and sun awning.
All extras including radio and
dingy. Asking $5500.00.

26 FOOT Chrs-Craft Cavalier
in exceptional conCition. Chris
210 hp., V-8 for power. Must
be seen $5500.00.

P. 0. Box N-1658
Telephone 24869.

IN MEMORIAL
C13124
IN LOVING memory of our
precious wife, mother and
grandmother Mrs. Miriam
Bethel who was called away to
be with Christ Jan. 4th 1958.
Precious memories how they
linger
Gone but not forgotten
May her soul rest in peace.
Left to mourn: Husband
Godfrey, son Carl, daughter
and 4 grandchildren.
Mrs. Erma Archer Etienne
(Daughter) and family

PERSONAL
C13129
TO ALL FUTURE
BRIDES-TO-BE: Need some
help with your wedding plans
For detailed assistance.
Phone 31673 evenings and
Saturday.


I NOCE
C13108
GOODS LEFT over 20 days
will be sold. Nassau Bicycle
Company Limited.

7 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


/y


/


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


HELP WANTED
C13103
WANTED: Experienced tailor
Must be able to sew and cutf
high styles in men's fashion.
Write Mr Darling, P O0 Box
1270 Telephone 2-4210

C13121
TELEVISION. Radio and
Phonograph Service Man with
at least 5 years experience in
R.C.A. products, repairs. Mail
application with all references
Interview by appointment
only. No phone calls please.
The President, Home Furniture
Co. Ltd P 0 Box N331,
Nassau

C 13125
CAPTAIN with well kept
sailing boat for day charters
based on Out Island. Captain
must be licenced and have
scuba diving experience, live on
board. Reply to Chub Cay
Club, P 0. Box 223. I.A.B.,
Miami. Florida 33148.
-.. ... ... .


C13117


HELP WANTED
C 13118
ONE TAILOR with 2 tu '
years experience Must be ablt
to cut coat arnd pant s
Apply to: Mr Cal I Webste. P
0. Box 69,.Nassau.
C 13024
EXPERIENCED COOK w,'.r
ixcellenti t ferenrce Ons U i
family. Tel 7-7240

C 13083
FIRST NATIONAL CITY
TRUST COMPANY
(BAHAMA) LIMITED
P. 0. Box N 1576,
OAKESFIELD
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
BOOKKEEPERS
ACCOUNTANTS
Wanted experienced
Bookkeepers;Accountants
applicants niust be sonversan:
with all aspects iof Accounting
for Managed Companies and "0
Trusts.
Apply to Mr. Bruce Gwyther
telephone 24240

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 MV '"Island
Cement". a 1500 DWT Bull-
Ocean Vessel. Applicant must
be at least 30 yeais of age
fully qualified as to educatir,s
and professional expert ience.
possessing a British
Foreign-Going Master Mariner
Certificate.
Applicants to please appl, iPn
writing to the above address
giving a full resume of
education, expert i.re t and
technical certification

C13131
TRAVEL REPRESENTATIVE
for Canadian Travel Company,
to be permanently based in
Nassau. Knowledge of French
and previous expert tece in
dealing with tou rists
advantageous 6 day week
odd hours. Contact Majestic
Tours, tel: 22606.

POSITION WANTED
C13114

WELL EDUCATED young
lady with Bahamian status,
college graduate, speaks and
writes Germnan, French.
Spanish ard English fluently,
seeks position. Please contact
Mrs. Roberts at 42016 or write
to P. O. Box N8282.

TRADE SERVICES

C13055
FOR REPAIRS or, snj!
electrical applirn.es .t
reasonable pr',ces il ?7612


C13054
FOR INFORMATION n
unique firlish Or V your honr'
which will gave you 30 I ycj '
paint free service. (Call 27)12

C13062
T.V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for h om ,
apai tmrents arid hotels
SALES AND SERVICES
WORLD OF MUISI(
Mackey Street inxi to Franir ',
Place

C13045




Mackey Street
& Roose.it Avenrue
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.


MAJOR COSMETIC

COMPANY


SALES AND MARKETING

One of the major cosmetic and fragdpinc
companies, operating on a worldwide basis, has
an opening in its International organization tfoi a
person to work in its sales and n aiketing
division
This position is initially based in Nassau, aind
there is a good prospect (f substantial
advancement.
The successful applicant will have, at least, a
good high school education, a feeling for
merchandising and a willingness to travel
extensively about 70% of the year.
Experience in the field, higher education, and
normal foreign languages will all be helpful.

Please apply in writing to Mrs. D. Knowles, P. 0.
Box 6200, Nassau, Bahamas.


hr Gt uribttun


The great gas rush

From Page 1


deill i illh 1I tlIhe Prices
I oinrissiiion whch will he
aipI)linteld iIIn th i rear Ilutire '
I. Il h d plII patr arph i said thn.
A IN i aat I n ws) would he
S ti'acted I wh IenI (-'otri Ir ssioiN
wis, appointed, to arranelc a
llt.'' l lii "i d soo'II aIs N pi os,1 Ilbl.c".
'\ spc, a )ial P A l) I m I I Tl l e'
ds missed the sit uat ion Ili
several holuis I rlda a!'ter'noonl
at M\1r lar illl' sen, e si a, .iion
on Wulif Road.
Minutes cIbetore 4 .ini. thei
dceadcd to send out the o, id
to all slaltions to ilo t'
\UOT (t lPI ABI I
I lie had conicliud d that "in
thile near tuturc'" was too \a.'ie
he hi,,i jttihlaC
tit hours before the speil' il
rm'i!rnitte. e reached a !Ini
dc,isionr the island was b uln.r.
with ruriiours thal the stat ins
were closing
BI\ p 1i tlthe nr u nl r t!
tirs putllrig into staslt ,ns i11 lop
,off lilen thinks \a,1" ; ii .thi'
abhoi, ,terages
It 4 30 chere were lne,
wa liL, vehicles at nai:\
sit MllOll
it\ < i th ie rili wa on
iasd . Iio en stations has d s,
tl.i)nS 's',tsliters waitl sr ill liner
l ld.11 i i I ].iii'is 5 .
blegpinnii'l. to develop
Shortly. before the si \
o i0 l kk iCadiline 'he waiting
lines a I prIiatic als c'ese
"tIition oi tIhe island lhad rtwn
i-o d,)!'n, ,'I cars
!\iP \SSABl1 I
In severOil areas, p" ar.itul5.ri
W\' lt S r' t S a d \a !l
Road at BluI HilL theit lain
w erec \ii I i lls ii l',is t he I, ,illi
[blI motorC cles I
Ptoliee en h.rd tio e.n
ti.ii l ,g ove" fro:,' liral i lr lght
in Ir i ing to ikeep the heL.,.

I t I'I tis llt i Ied l h1at Is ullt -it I
h e Ll ml dea ik- tl ". 1,111 shut d'; n
llrilI pum ip at \a tl: 0i p !;i
f t!lln \ i lg 'o iling l th e p ro te sts ,A
dr:.c h\k irishad \ait d an htori I


\ iiiun ilb'ie oI di 'aite' \ s ri
had intended to close iIt -!\
hesniiatd 1 lu, k lhe'ti iUlP, Ps
tlih so r ran\ s JarTs IneiiC up Ibil
these decided i! \.it iious tini
alter the i .dl that i th t
continued selling si, rr!ni a'-
s would lihac till tanks lrhe
shlltdown would not lha' ih
desired effect
By is p p i. it is C'-estll ated
I hat tlc\ r hiln I rel .alne 'd PC'en 'nd at lliosec
ittlets the ir.iais pile iups.
renainel d ni'uialti unltrl il is late
as 10I p(


Ihis morning, The Tribune
was able to confirm continued
gasoline sales at only seven of
the 77 stations on New
Providence. \At least two other
slatinis iwere open, but they
were selling no fuel.
Iwo oti the stations that
wer' selling fuel this morning.
Malcolm's Texaco on Bay
Street in the heart of the city.
and tile 'Taxico Shell station on
W\ulit Road which shut down
at 11'rnoon to conser e fuel for
S uniIdal,
\ltcolin's Texacu on Bay
Stlieei in the heart of the r'it\
was expected to have no more
gas 1, O sell bh noon.
AB( TEXACO on collinss
AIvenue h'I id only I 00 gallons
emoniling ;it 10 30 this
10 niung, anrd the one
spetiatirnl puln1p had to be
il ilft for halt an hour
itcause it m ecrhcated.
Shell Actioe 'in I ast Shirl's
S' Icet is alsio \peCi ted to toIrt
'.it i el some'ht'time todal .
l three stations had closed
l'\ l sp.mi this altcrnoi ,n.
AMsI SIN;
S lat n1 ght' Ir ush ,'t all the
I.t tions. ind torda ',i'- owding
III h lew or.':, iiations, had
then amusing sidelights.
,1 manner i containers.
I luding soda lotllles, milk
iing',. Vw ilt'r t ottltes and a least
i nre '5 ,. '. drunt were
hi u' liht to slat 'inis h\
7iiIr'Ii'r"ts i crtenit on building up
then 'sin pri vate stocks of fuel
S I rs 'Joi t-' k, iit ful.
1 it I l' 5 iid l!, t i; l tlh
,hs li, d. w\ n .
()ic itm! \ i,,, l.ist night, Comi pletel.
S ,L ntI. \\,lted 1an attCendant to(
.i- l\ i si.ithin garhbiaget t i and
i: s r, lh i I lt i aH iendant refused.
It, t Shell .Action, one
diri' I I,. ls i r" rshe ii r to
11 I .'i\ I s ..I o a it tod

I i is ii li i i. r i
si. 1' ;'ise pill' and hein w ilth
1 '1 kd I II d m ,a 7 .\ t(.
1 ih- dealers are I d iIandi n
.A Iin I hC ,AI \se w heii tIhe gas
pl' s w',i ;i \rised liate last
ni tIll \wh,,l si lers wetI k*I\C
it >\\cd Io u ip the piic o ll t h
hIngih uliri p ri im' Is gas 1,
ut1 t 1' s I' he i lt' inke wasi

I, li ii .ilt vl is ilit w het reas
b. !i e ts'I Ie i l sion lhie dealers
i. C I a Ibte Ln diAd a 5.5 oI 32
pl ..'!i l Ill s'. raip o lilte 4s .5
. int w sh I sie',. pi n ithie\ ai e
ni \\ lImir 't [i a 22 percent
niarisk-:. I 13 5 c its l'espidte
hlui mi.' ;' p i n 5i c.'Ilnts
sil h'lIs srl.


Radio broadcast


RADI)IO H1 t\il\AS i.,

H i e tl I i s t i .h

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Ih -e s|',lk,- aill le M r R! indol
F Fnilkes, ( i', ,. 'i
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\1 .' 30 p Mr Sinsclair
O ullten tlhe I'h gi s\ I ,i
a>r r. I n n l h ,iv l i t il 's s k i,
I utes .i\ J il I,| ;\ I 5 I )


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CLASS



HELP WANTED
( 1300<3
POSITION AVAILABLE OR
MAST[R MARINER Islarld
( f n;it Cmlm(.o n)y Limited, P'
0 B,,) bl40 Nassau, Bahamasc
1 s, l,-kr a lit llled Baharm,n !
',)t Masttu ,f the, M/V "Islarid
( mr t". a1 i 500 DWT Btulk
O L-J-" V%el. ADpl( Ja nt rM tJ
bt, at least 30 ,ems (,t f tcjt.
'til v zuaihfied as to eduLatin,
), P [ .ifo->Sllm a l expex i e l tl l
p s ss ing a B 1 iiti1 h
I k l c qil-Go( fig M astel 'vaiIf,(,[
(. l tf .t a< j(.
Appltn ts t,, pleaw, a!ppl ,' ,
wvi tI'g to the above addlf.ss
givingI a full iCesuLMW .
ed i(cation, expect lerice and
(,( hrIcjftl ( r tificatiorn.

C(6580
I GAPDf MANAI R
BUTCLH[ R: Mini runi of thiwe
years experien e in l flst id1s)
hotels or lestiurants Good
references a rid PoIie
Cti- t~icte required
Applicants should apply in
person to: The Personnel
D e p a i tent, Bahamajs
Amusements Lrnited. El
Casino, P. 0 Box f -78/.
Freeport, Grand Bahama


p m Mr Artlur Foulkes. I ree
\ l ,i sir \',\t ; 'wn t can di dsh ate'.
w ill I'e h. JI
I I .' \ th ieer
In&d |endt i; speoikci s ,n
.laniiuiri i, \: 7 3( p mi Mr.
WVenlited HI.isie. ,it i p ri Mrs.
Rubi\ *lhiiI ( oiper-Darling and
it ) ip ';: Ci l ( Ivde (Gardiner.
I Ii 1 s. i li !. i ii s



I ah,,' ei.. J- li'e D udley
W iliainls.


AHAMA



IFIEDI



HELP WANTED

SURVEY WORK: Party chief
fo ,i t i Vi engine ing layout.
must hav" a least five years
expeiien e arid references
Bahairan, only need apply:
San Jose Cunstiuction, P. 0.
B_, s F 2494, Freeport,
Barha'a-. Telephone 352 7461

Cf)582
( XP PI F NEf D Dyrnahoe
ackho, anr d F i or nt nI rd luIoder
,iii iat 'liiii'ed in Freeport
sIi 1 hT ave' tbee yfars
e t ie it and r'leireinces.
Bahriransrl only need apply:
Sail Jose ConOtui action. P. 0.
Box F 24,4. Freeport,
ahama,,s. Telephone 352 7461 .
C05 79
HiANDY'.AN eqiiruned, rimust
bch elabie
Apply in person: Arnold
Maj tin. tight Mile Rock,
Grand Bahama.
St;581
[I NTARY EDUCATION
TEACHER Must have B.A.
degree and Teacher's
Cert fi ate in Elementary
Edruraton. At least 2 years of
experience required.
If interested, call Sister Mary
Alice, Mary Star of the Sea
School, Freeport 373-3456.


The Tribune Comics Page


S-You SAY
IT'r VERY
IMPORTANT?
I'LLTELL HIM!

PRIVET


Saturday January 5, 1974


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Saturday January 5, 1974 Sihe Tribunt






C3 HOROSCOPE k "
I from the CarrollRihter Institute

I 1 K" -GENERAL IENDf'.NiII Put that restless REX M ORGAN M .D.AL
/ energy to work by doing the various tasks that
will help you achieve your aims. First decide what your finest HE AID,'WHEN KAREN TELLS HONEY,I'M I'M TAKING AT'RE W N'
objectives are. YOU WHERE 5HE WAS, YOU'RE REALLY ) THE PAYOFF] FOR LTS 9C t-
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Get in touch early with those YOU SEE THERE WAS A GONNA FEEL LIKE A FIRST- SORRY--- AND I DON'T WERE 4 14A
COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY CLASS 5008 FOR TH4E WAY HAVE TO BE BACK SOE FuN!
.I___ .._. who can help you improve your position in life Avoid one MEET A NIG AND ACTEL O AT THE _HE TA SOMELN
S who has an eye on your assets THERE WERE A COUPLE OF I SHOULD UNTIL MORNING/
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) Concentrate on material PAPERS BEING PRESENTED
QKmow F-tIa Sy diet 1,. 1973. Wld Aght. matters An adviser will give you the shortcuts you need for IT WAS
greater success Contact this person early, LKE FTANE
"l bet he DID get quite a raise." GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Make appointments with TOLD E
Others for activities you enjoy Show pals how devoted you -
are. Avoid the expenditure of too much money, though lie
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Plan future wisely,
5but don't neglect present duties. You have to make the I
romantic moves if you are so inclined in p m, Use subtle .
methods 1
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) See as many people as you can
and get data, ideas, and affection desired. Listen to the advice
.of an excellent friend State positions clearly
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept 22) Contact bigwigs and get J UDGE PBy PAUL NICHOLS
,, backing you need for projects You are able to handle that ci ic
chore speedily Avoid one who bickers WHAT I DO WITH THATc' TRUE...BUT I'M NOT -MEANWHLE. YES, MR. ROBERTS!
t eLIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct '2) Be out with newcomers AT : 15N T? M' Y MONEY IS THINKING OF YOU! I'M THINKING i5 MIS ( GO ON UP!
looking into new outlets an ars that are different which YOU LENT SLADE NONE OF YOUR OF HIM! YOU'RE DOING HIM NO SPENCER
can be the means of your advancement ROBERTS SOME BUSINESS! FAVOR! HE'S IN TROUBLE IN ?
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Conscientiously finish what MONEY! E'OW E E BECAUSE HE'S BEEN
you start for success. Make sure you try to please the one ol GAMB LING
41, whom you are most fond Don't stay up too late,
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec, 21) Look to associate for
the ideas that make vour ventures more successful. Avoid a
gossip who might harm your reputation Don't trust others too N
much in business. "' '
-A =CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Keep promises
-"--- conscientiously. Get at the work you most like to do. Evening
is best for amusement you want to have -,,
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Start early on today's -
program since you can have much success either in business or -
recreational activities. Happiness is yours for the making y .
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Listen to family to improve
conditions at home and coordinate your efforts Find the right
gadgets that make abode more functional, efficient running A PA RTMENT 3- G BK o k
"D ARLINGOSWE cA.. Wi ONT 'M RET YA C, ,- IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY -. he or she will be
',4AU LIKE THIS... very inventive and imaginative and should be given a chance
MEETING KT early to express self; the parents can profit by his or her ideas S NOT SOE- A I'M GLA YOU'RE NOT ASLEEP NOTHING CAN EXHAUST
Give as fine an education as possible, since the ability to 1-':'" I CAN e PARLING' I NEED TO TALK TO ME MORE THAN TAKING AN
Bro er Juniper combine mental with manual dexterity is well balanced. There YOU vE aEN 'O !N TALKAB7 YOU ATTRACTIVE, YOUNG BUT
can even be fame in this chart and the marriage here will be P ura HEUi E UKE- YET YOU LOOK STUPIP ACTRESS TO
most successful. Give good spiritual training early. A Z'-; BE k P PE I U EXHAUSTE INNER!
........"The Stars impel, they do not compel. What you make of PAST COUPLE OF PAUL! HAVE
your life is largely up to YOU! PAYS! 9 'T' YOU BEEN
IT ALL E .,,WORKING


Bridge ",

Bl VICTOR MOLLO ,
Dealer South N S V ul: .
North LL.-- ',
KQ765 STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD by saunders & overgard
South .
A 109
SK J 9 'VICTOR VANCE, 417 YOL/ AMAY BE. /MEAL MADE ME 5EPY/
k AA310 I093 2 ,COMMERCE 3L L IN GOOD WRONG, .IDBETERLEAVEAfALL, OR
South North HING THE JOKER WHO TOOK MY OVER MIhE.lF,]/ T
1NT (16 18) 3NT COAT LEFT HIS NAME AN INAOTEL A14
West leads with the 23. Esat ___ s
follows with the -4. In whic h",',, BUSINESS ADCRE,: ROO".,.' AT,'
hand do you win the trick? White mates in two moves, N THEP&KXT Ot< kE
Which card do you play next? against any defence by L. OF THISN, AWAY-
ANALYSIS: Unles the diamonds Maka'ronezo. DONNA JEAN.
break badly, declarer has nine Par times: 3 minutes. problem VCE
tricks. That then. should be his master: 5 minutes, problem YETH
main concern. He can count on expert: 10 minutes, good; 20 o A A(.,
seven certain tricks-a spade, minutes, average; 45 minutes. ALLYOUHAVETODO, IITECKON
two hearts, three diamonds and novice. T THERE THERELL BEN
a Club The asxsdes are unlikely 'L 1,o,
must look to te cluts. I the n

"No contribution unless he makes the angels GLADDER thhe clubs m ua n ok R I P I t B: 2, or i/
The first trick is won in dummy Traps for solhers are 1 Kt K2
.J,1 w I h-w' PtOnd a finehse in clubs hs leta to BB ? or 1 K--B2? Kt--K4o 't
PUweZE Et The Heart of JuBet Jones By Stan Drake

ACROSS T EF 4 Q 8 7 4 K65 7 98
fl:'bt'D' SEE, Decl-ar is a move ahead. He
II h:.;j "..leads the ,'A and -2 If. as -

!e e4 u nd c g tot AU/STPAL/AMV HE'/ESS TASA! COREY is REALLY KNOW IT WAS YO.
'I'','os-,!md" CHOP ROTAR Y fr ho inth i rick. 15--- HAVfNG THE 7/44E C5F /HE L/FF
,5 FeI,,I TG I PtERT OA" -- DON'T KNOW WHEN 5 E MENUL
6 Frost 4; G ow n..:- SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE I'VE HA A NOVEL MO0NUGHT
EiSigle in [mf EVENING -.
.Oath 19 le,,, DOWN 3 Hb eveI
.... : 50 Perfum : 4 Ma 1enhair .


b IIpeuos.iy Rockies 2 Salamanders 6 Radiation unit L Quick meal. (4. 5 '
1 3 4' '. 9 8 9 to T Iv 1_ tguers t8. Letter of creek aliIiiihae .. i be .
8, Hi ps 1 Pt of the foot. (3
J cat ow many ,I I.eatur o. (,,. T/3 :M) OL
10. Tapering words of 12. Weed. (4)
1. Tapering jL I wo any Ii. i atea u r (6wte. a/ --
13 I// 11 "The Bear" or more can
I/ti7 ia1. tiv v------e you make 1.- Helper. (Ni
171 Italian river from the II. Trolcal animal. (5)
20. Food bit F I letters shown 1!. Aniti-Iallliiton IItent. (:-ii
here? In mak- '21. (;enihlne. (4)
IQ 2C a word, 2 .ane. the heroine. ()
9 25 Paddle ]j jh I letter '2:i. Atte'int. (3)
S.] 2_ ---.ay be us1,ed 23. Flr't-horn. (6) TA---T MrEANO rfMt 0W /O WAT UX AGO"
22 e 26 2l t,[ e\ once oah wono Al--4 oU0 eET A VEOY LANO4ONYE I ,1 SO OUT TO

1 0 '1 p Hause e:h1. Corrupted. (3, ()
S-38 9Ur eos e Iiht-letter wod the sMt 4. Female shop assistant. (9)
31.eF ,Vc '.t No plurals; no foreign word s it r 1; a get-t together


I __ //_ 1 I .3. !),. rndnng l Twe_(t-t,, ther
S34 Ma be n TARoper Dame. TODAY' C 5)
Y4T E 4;2 words. go ; Id
Ru er and 1 /'36. S;o-fan Wordsa v ery ood ; 21 word s, Toothed wheel. (3)
S5 e 3 Whitewalls excellent. So on tomorow A vT d.
S38. i aerations YESTERDAY'S SOLUTION h. 1 hak- P AC
S n lomery loose lore loBy Chic Youn
46 lfe alosermollennlm oory f 0 01. NOT- O __R
SVermin moosOe Amoe morel morte (5) ELACEWCRA
50 45 Superlative JMOROSELY_ morse 1morUsel oyer It. E:nrages. RQLSLGAOLLON


Ssee f I can find Raggety R upert Then comes an outburst of shrill sound ande (
up he sees two squ rrels bounding along the squending rosy all the nuts and leave nolo ome Tsore l, Rit
Par time 28 mn. AP Newsfeoures 1-8 47. Wrestlers' pad s Sorely yore. (4) P A

Rupert and Raggety Again-14 '"3 ""1dSd "





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LETS GEt LP A LITTLE.' N

;. '' 't -tp :GUESS CU.P vES ARE CAP, GAME







I'll see if I can find Raggety." Rupsrt Then comes an outburst of thrill sounds and r N
murmurs. "If he did take that straw hat. I'd Runert Darla the bushes to find Reggety CLASSIFIEr -
lilke to know why." He is passing a large oak dancing uo And down in rage. It's not fair! CLASSIFIED
tree when he hears a noise above and iook:ng Not fair screams the little creature Those ',
brjrnches. They seem in a hurry" thinks for my winter stior I ADVTS.. .
Rupert. Flas scmetnng startled them AlL RIGHTS IESERVED 0.

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Sdturd'y January 5, 1974


______ CII1 (Lrlii


LITTLE JENNY SHATTERS WORLD R


SY l)NI Y T'irteen veat old
Australian swinimer lenny Turrall
broke lhe women' S', 0 imetlres
trees leA world record he.'re lida\
I urrall s ninne was S 5S I \x hii'li
slasheld tli' lormner record o! lial\ 's
Novella (Caligaiis of S 52 97
It i [Furrall second w irld record in
less ihain a montli
Slhe broke tlhe world mark for tihe
wom nicn s 1 )5(i metres treeslvle on
Dec 9
A handsle.ngth behind lihe atl North


SNi dnev poll :i,'as Svdniev cltltit .; "i
I friend Sally I ocke ci
Sally, 1 4, broke iIhc i il
also xwith a timeit' i 'S' 1),
II wmas a simil.ii iack'i i lit r 100l
mctres duel w\ ithi I ur.lil wni limore
than a fingernail bett'te I Ti'I.!;n:
When Turrall brolke tli' i u'I 00 itres
record, Lockyer 's.i .'rttiied with ithe
same time but w as n Ijdgtd l l h;'c b-e'ii
edged out bv 1 urrall
There was only i slighhti .liig
distance betwxe.,n them ,is ihe I 200(1
spectators at lite pool it their sihado'v i tI


heil ani ',, u S .ih HIirb,)tu r ',iC '
urgcld then n il
in the earl states it .ippea.i.d tlhe
hll hadI little cha -- I I r. w king h
t cortdh
\i 201 menis ri'x xi'wr 1 4
si. onds ontSilt l he t pae s'el i \
( iligir .s anid .il ilt i halt' asi mark .
se'o'ids behiii.i
il 0(ti i'eli. isct vxc c li'Sv l
As trains ruml.li',t J i ss tlhei ridgti
ti i e hei ald a .iI'r l .'l l xi ii i ill tii
iheernig ct'r(oiw d llw I t i ti % ir tn -
tirged thl rol klh i;h. opt) n ,itr p,'!.


RECORD

l, inmed here to have been the scene of
miure world swimming records than
w%' other.
When officials told Turrall the
record time, she threw her arms
n tMtiInd her coach Forbes Carlile.
I after Turrall said: "I didn't think I
v 'old win I thought Sally would.
I didn't think about a world record
.nm I certainly couldn't have done it
\ilhout Sally."
S illy said "I'in a little disappointed
l'x: iIn glad it was Jenny who beat
in t \P)


Barr


brave


ABOVE: Fullard reels away from a left by Barn BFL.)': air scu es a ,in

But he's


says I

American


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i Ii)ON Doncaster
(oieis. the worst soccer club
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'rll.' I.'nlis l iale the giants a
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IIll B1 \ IIAMAS' Bohbby
iI', xIi '!iL captullred first place
hi l finii I I. I1 t(.' Invitational
RIci. licid ,it Bioketn Bay.
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t .li' i t lPi since Ilarald of
\N irv,,t Australia was third.


Top seeds for World Cup


FRANK I'RI 1tli1
orgaii/ers of tif V,i!ld (t up
soc Lir chamIpionship today\
seeded Bra ,il. I'l irgiii .. I
Germany and Ital ilnto
separate four leaml groups, li
(lie first round of tlihe
tournament, a highly placed
source said.
The decision means that the
four leans will noti pli\


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Soccer .ANssociationis (F11 ) I
alIo disi4!il'-t'l d lih I1


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the drawitini tilh n snorce ,s,
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Hlloveria i mind thi \ x i'o eu o't


( h e I o r I h c o in i n
Yugoslavia-Spain play off.
4 The South Americans
Brazil. Uruguay. Argentina
and Chile.
The first round opponents
of each seeded team will be
d determined tonight by
drawing one non-seeded team
out of each of the three pots
to which the seeded team
does not belong. (AP)


WIlII Till soccer season at
the halfway stage BF'A league
leaders Red Lions emerge from
the first round of the Sunday
I.CalCLgue ilndefCated wxith 10
poInlts IfroIr L ti\c gafiltes iln
additIon to clinching the
President's Cup tor the second
straight Y'. ar.
In their fixe LteagtLi games
thie I ions attack have netted
I12 goals wl'f:!'" the defence has
onli let in tour goals an
i, 'raie of 1Lss than one goal
per game.
Skipper Don Maples heads
the Lions scoring with four
goals while lthe season's most
et'\citing prospect Paul
Whit tied has sc(ird three
goals
At 17. Wlnhtftid has shown
tlat lie is the most dangerous
winget in the League with liat
speed, ball control and ability
to shoot ith both leet.
In the midtield, Brian Seville
,ind Rob Stewart have given
the Lions that extra dril\e
x which hiha', resulted in an
Hiscatli.CLIhed record and makes
lhe imi lataourites toi win the
lit Ie
Rick Barret. C'arl Rutter
( hrles Bartrain, I oni. Walker
and John i Green backed b\ the
,igile Paul Jomison in goal have
tried the sound and
consistent Ions defence.
flit in pursuit ofi the Lions
Just two) points behind are
McAlpine, lying second in the
table with tour wins and one
loss.
McAlpine's only loss was toi
thlie Lions. In a game which
Could have gone either way the
Lions clinched a hard fought
1 -0 \l iL t) .
rnderi national coach Dick
rilson, McAlpine have proved
the il selves to he a better side
nii the lield than ion pape.t
After being sidelined for lhe
past year with a leg riniur ,
Wilson is back in action and in
tw\o aIppearances inspired
McAlpine to convincing wills
over Paradise (5-3) and
'1 ropigas ( 5-1).
Ra Simipson anid newcomer
Jinmi Lawler head the Clan's
scoring with four goals eachti
while Peter Moore, also a new
comer to the side this season,
has si.tred three.
Nc.Alpiiie sport a record of
17 goals lor and 6 against,
giving them the highest
aggregate of goals at the hal
way stage
In defence goalkeeper Steve
Dale has performed well while
Gibbons. (Croier Lever and
W illiais have combined
soundly
1)Dave Jenner, Richaid
Baptiste and Mike IHaywood
make up one of the best
indfield trios in the League.
On present lorm McAlpine
could well depose the lions in
the second halt of the season.
Lying third in the table with
6 points from five games are
Paradise (three wins 2 losses).
PARADISE are the most
entertaining side in the League.
Their record speaks for itself:
while the attack has scored 15
goals the defence has let in 10
goals.
Newcomer Hector Rossi has
emerged as the sensation of the
season. His ball control and


body swer-'-s have allied'
all detel ces anil \xiith lhc
majestic (O scal. il.,i I!,
midfield P adrihs .'.c ".
look very u viilueimii.
In n dll iteld Stan Ho ust i-.
"lIuIna n d ytii i\, l iil I. i ,J
M ike l ladkit s ill .': I, .
fine prospect toi thle lttiii.'
Paradise's cl'anc i ', .
League title ae.i i slhi t ItIt
undioubtedllx their x ill! a at i i.
strong colntendeils i; the K:ln-k
Out ('up.)
1) tend L i g e j g u
champions FROPIGAS hac
had a disappointing season
sporting a reclid ot l l\ti n's
anId thee losses, leairg themi
I fourth n lthe I eaguIC e libll h wi !!
little chance o1 retaining ti'.'
League tille.
Tripigas' attack is cminlpetc'nt
with neiw ho\ Berit Iait j
leading the goalscorers ithii
tour goals wxhlild B1 I !lit.
J linri MNii rai .iid tk Brx'Ii
(;ra ha\ce suppoittcl himi \xci!
without teing ove' pIiielltu it,
I o \tei viI11i skippi'
Rand\ Rotlgeis ,ilom .hii:
foir imost o(! tlhe s',sxoil 'V Il'
cartilage itrtou le l I<'p'i' ,ix i ',1.-
laikedl mlidliCld dl\x'
Peter ('ole 1.d \ :,J
(Ci tla iL hi a\ p11 'id\ C o ,'< Il.
Sdelellence
S I ( I () t (, I
considerahbl. wVeakened i tihe
exodus ot special ke 1 piLi '':;
at the beginning of the s'.ixs.n
Ii\e striuggled ,ill xc.',-I
reco'iird ring nll\ oixe x1 ;ii l -
g.iiles
FIor the second i ii .ltii T tii :
) YNA MOS A.Me ()'S
entl i encLh d ,i t thle l' i: tx
thli league
( oi scorers 4 li. '.1 .il'1
(I olls it I .tiiag I ripiglil ii
Simpson & J l .ia\ler ('.1 Mplin-,
3 (C Knighlt IP whitlhield (P d
Iions) I t. Rossi & i1
(I'.aradisc ). PI' \ re n ( t i ni )
2 13 Sexille (I1 insi I lanii'0Pi '
h lnus, 1 BlaI k (I'iPradi ci
Roach & R.i Adderlet Il D ll ,nn.iii,'
I(. w% Ils (Mi. Alpim e i I
Stex art & R iiarre( (Il i s) I
[.ever, I '. Cro/ier. P \ Iil in
(McAlpine). S Nicholls, 4 A nSa iln '
(. Vethekas (St (;eorc's. ii
Churchill B I(ra, ( I ropigais)
S I A N I IN( .
Red lios S S 0 o II
MN Alpine S 4 I 0 i
Paraidisc I 2 0
Iropiigas 2 1 (i
St. t;eorgt's S 0I ii
Dixititos S i 0 i

ABBEY

INTERNATIONAL

FUND









$8.73
Offered Price
As Of
December 28th, 1973


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Paradise's sensational new striker Hector Rossi attempts
to block a kick by McAlpine's outstanding new goalkeeper
Steve Dale during a League game earlier in the season.


Danger man


Paul leads


Lions drive
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