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Publication Date: January 8, 1974
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FLY



Bahamas N ational Flag Carrierr

The Bahamas National Flag Carrier


(Registered with Postmaster of Bahamas for postage concessions within the Bahamas) Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper
VOL. LXX1, No. 38 Tuesday January 8, 1974 Price: 15 Cents


F1 --a 27 19a7 -. pap _t"o. ,- .

DELEGATION CALLS AFTER ARRESTS


FIs l C~ubans stake claim


anger:


/,for fishing rights

Iprompted by the alaiiof



FLASHBACK: January 1972. A Cuban fishing delegation
comes to Nassau for talks.


dynamite threat

By NICK KELLY


A friendly meeting between two Long Islanders and the
crew of one of the eight Cuban boats now off the south end
of Long Island. Esper Major (centre foreground) and Police
Constable Duncombe (standing third from left) were
invited aboard to have coffee.


LONG ISLAND fishermiten, concerned ahoult tcln li\cliliool.
are threatening to take matters into their o\ini hand 1 s less tlie
govern ent acts swiftly to curtail tihe intrusion oI ( iib i lisiini
boats in Bahamian waters.
"If the government doesn't act soon some oif thlie hI ts t night
get hot-headed and do something rash and soieihol. Lt tjilil get
killed," Mr. J. B. Carroll, a businesstin I rom );le.iditn.in ( is.
told The Tribune.
The eight Cuban fishing vessels have been at incihoi ioil the
south end of Long Island Ior the past six dis wilhimtin .ti\
apparent attempt by government to take them iinto cns ,t .
Police Commissioner Salathlel 1 hlompson said \ I mli dl.,, thai
police boats dispatched to the area on thc \eckcil ,t it o I Icd
back because of rough weather in the Ragged Islant! ,i
tHe confirmed today however that three oit liht !i i1 piilcc
boats sailed for Long Island yesterday to in\cstigi,cih ,, .'ncc
of the Cubans.
According to Mr. Carroll, Long Islanlders ;: ,iin', '. Ih '
point where some of' the local fishermen are l.kinte liln
dynamite on the boats.
The bansas ha\e laid down their traps \\ three-mile tertorial limit and are making no tclo, ii i s_';isc
their activities, Mr. Carroll said
The Cubans were described ,is flicndl\ ,ntd n I' ,: -i .nti.t l


behaviour seem to feel
Bahamian waters.


PARADISE HOME FOR ACTOR RICHARD


IRIMH St K liN star
Richard Harris, 42, (pictured)
has bought the former
Paradise Island home of A
and P millionaire Hunlinglonii
HI artford, Tlie tribune
learned today.
1he purchase price was not
immediately% known.
The house, located near
lie western end of Paradise
Island on the northern shoreic
was reported tlor sale toil
N I W0.000.
No roads lead ito Mr


IHarris s new home. It is
approachable only by sea or
on foot.
This arrangement is ideal
for (lthie star ofl Camelot who is
presently in Ithe Bahamas
with his fiancee. American
ilmodel Ann Turkle, his
co-star in his most recent
film.
Mr Harris is a Irequent
isilor ito Paradise Island and
slass with his Irish friend,
K e vin M l c C ory of
Thunderball fame


Deltec enters meat


packing venture


\11\ l \11 \\ II\SI 1) I)illtc
I[n ltl r h a i til .i] [ I d hl ,is,.
C cIt'll t DeceCC number 201. nleied
into a joilt venture with
PodrtI.t ka I"ood Procet'ssing
Industry, one of itYugoslavila'
higgtest Ilo d eiintcrpl ises, t
clstahlih .i n meil packing ,ii1d
dist lbutlloii operate l in lh.iit



withi i 1 l non Yugosla hi i a .ii
,ind tit'e .i st loint 5 nillurtt it
tood +iOduclI n C elwCIen .i.
'Yugosla\ enleipis 1e and loreign

II is c ntl i ated hal inm itiallk
ilt i t new v .joint lenture \\Ill
pi(,'os ,nd sell 1 5 m ll ion ot
j Ilnnt'd, t0o/Cn 11 nd l rsclh l etL
projects ot l w0 ich 5 10 S n llion
is, destineI d ftoI c xpotl niaIkels,,
t1[itn1a1il\ ill W s;elcrn I i topL'
Slu lther c\xpansion bli oilh ol
product line ,intd \ lhimie is,


plminncld toi lIc futuretI
I )tI e I till plo\idcil tccl ical
,,,ist,.mIi e in t lihe design,.
I Ionst i ion alnd opc11ion ot o
the facilities and will have
c\ lisi\c' distribtilhon ights lfor
lihe o111 1 CtI tile' products inI

clIt c t h iougl its
I lihlt ',o neI ,, tlgie i irI the
lriit BBink ing I riv orilion
I1 I li i e te IdtI ed Ito i t) odr,ivka
,I cedit oI $3 uii lion repal able
o\t st'en lears to) assist
Ilithcl gr''w't t f ,p,_trilt ions.
Clkit, hi Is also sLilisc ited to
,1 5 pt' cent ,shaIe In the $4
inl ollen qc lt. of I tilte new
\ llCii t aind i\ill le represented
oill Ihe pi otitlning hoard I'he
Itlit.i p'iliod itl cooperation l is
Iti \ tli' s


Pod ,its ki


hls ntumrotus
o oopc r.1lion
in clle ct w lih


Engineers chiefs arrive


M1i \ A \lilne. pIcsidenl,
an1d I)r C I LiInsLot i outu igh.
se t arv ott l Islil i oit)n oif
HlcIctrical I ligiI t's I I K
u I icd here ,I k stitlidxu witl
their \\lit's is pil l l a
C'aiihli ean and Soitillh \nt ci i l
tour being rnade oi n t tlhc ill ol
the I nstitutl ion
ihe \\will I'e hiostucd tin g
thell loil tl i ,I. iy \) I rh e
B ihat s JoI li stl ioup t l



NEW -

SWAG LAMPS


NAMANSON FuREiRl
N ANASSAU FREEPORT


P iolessiontl I engineers and the
B al ,ia as Institution oft
Professional i ngincers.
I lie 1 ,I h lanas Joint rt oup of
Prot fesslional II'ingmiee rs was
organii/d by the IIU.K
I' ngincerlng Institution in 1961
to provide a forum for
discussion among U.Kr
e ngineerst' practising in the
B hallas

'I he Joint Group was to
function until such time as a
national engineering
organi/alion was established.
In SeIpeliber 197,;. the
Joint Group endorsed the
B a ,i ill amas Institution of
Professional Ingineers which
swas established in 1972 as the
nt1 ion d I engineering
olgan/ation to succeed it.


leading firms in western
Lurope and Japan including
Nestle. Dr Oetker and Tuborg.
The Deltec-Podravka
Company will build a
slaughter house, processing
plant and cold storage facilities
able to handle 37,000 head of
cattle per annumi
Podravka. which is
headquartered in Koprivnica.
('roatia. operates six plants
producing a wide range of
packaged and fresh food
products, many of which are
obtained from its own farms.
hlie Yugoslav enterprise has
assets otf over $3 2 million.
D)eltec, through its food
distribution division, markets a
wide selection of canned,
frozen and fresh meat anid
other processed foods in
Western turope and North
Amnienca which are obtained
tromn over 140 suppliers in 40
countries.
Sales volutne of these
products reached $141 million
m fiscal I1)73 and accounted
tor a significant percentage ofc
the company's earnings.
l)eltec is a leading world
supplier of meat processing
technology. One of its recent
innovations was cooked frozen
meat processing, which
significantly expanded the
meat protein supply that could
be exported to the U.S. and
North Luropean markets.
Deltec is engaged in
investment and merchant
banking, food distribution and
real estate development and
offers these services in selected
developing countries in the
Western Hemisphere. Europe
and Asia.
Deltec International Ltd.'s
shares are traded on the New
York and Toronto stock
exchanges.


I heC\ .llhowed I ( hinnel 4
television ti calll t init. in iWt
them ahoilld oi ne ot l tlic hhoits
and hli e ofleilcd cl I tc.e itsIo
Baiham ians, incluilln_ tlhe o1, al
conIstabl e, who s,,,licl oin
I'hiough ai n inlcl I ticl) i li'I

1' shle rics" it I lslIt it IC ,

Bliahani as nd l hI \ lt,\ I t't s

have a full hoid ,o lis
T hc \ h a\c ,il n l icli 1
that lt \ t ill not hit' It\,!
Ceve 't tO'ix c i \ (',t l l ,
TIhe ('Culilints ni .t it i :
rich groutipet at so, illti itiI I .r
Island. l ihci boitl, () IL i
leet w ith it 11 .i\ c ,I !' \, .
si\ Ille n i bo ,i d ] \ tjil. i
out M :\'1' olle ol tlic ? !1i,1 0 ,
heree Ilie groupci aIc c\ci I. ,'
to scho ol \w ith l the tIIll i .... .
I external AIt llis \11 lit t
Paiul \ddcrlc\ ucsl,' ,',
todal on tclic ( 'tI ni -


Bah.i iiis gi\'crnitn i l .i I 1
sc,,ic'1 e11I ts c 1ttidd ill hiS ,
recogintell d ti laditiont.t ] hIs lit
riglit,, s t< l \S i\ oin\ coutI i
Culi i. like tihe :nitcd Slilt, s
tinadc I Ire l ciCs ntatio s (It l' I
Balailna s lor (Iidti ltion l sl r;,,hw ,
ngh t c 1 t !s i'i > ci L C l], 11 !

il ls ll ndoi th i's l it c mi i l,
tic liito i l li(lA l in II9I1i .
In O)cltobtCi 100)l til I
staked its claimn hut thi- wi1
subIi scti iit'Inl \ I i' t'tic t tl \ i i .

S11a i ll s t I tl sl t o nt I ts s I1it 111
I' islict, it's tII oIi' ii cd li i.

whalt il',h hid 1i c n it i ut lcC d 0
Bal ih, ilnn nI .I lti I's pm it ;t
l1 4.
.\ Cl c I Ct IJ I.Il ( l ,im l I) ) 1


to uNit II inl J raili \ dI'n !
Stlal its cls iini t oi l di PI i Iiti'i
tish being 11 li

Al ,lar t I a tslid ,issi.l b i
dircctoir t hlI,'e \, l ,LJit i
Institute ot I fishing i I\P .

l lC r 'tl luest lo r ,1 A h tIsI i L!
on tlic issuing I i hgll \\.s '
suilt n ullc d thI i o u g l th e IIk. i: ,,
FInmbiss,\ in HIavin,
.\ slit m entci l I n i ilt1
M i111 C iI ot IIe' in, il -\ l., il
th e li ltc s altd 11 ,it s" tl c l 'li
arrest ot f SC\eia] (tIb' ii; t loil,
Ihie Cubl iii gol \e nnieii l hi ,s 11,1
subnli ltdc tlhiougl llic Biitlih
I-inlass\ in I ll\.n i. .iIc
re ucsl t to hal e thefic ll iliu s lt
iidilionil tflishing rig ls w \ilhlni!
I Ce B a ha anius I \ liinI
Sishelres /one recogn/t'd hi\
the Bahminas government.
Thier has, hlowc\ci,. nci\ r
heen 1an\ public statement I"
go\ erlnment regarding its
position on lithe C(uban cl.iin
\ s'l eminici l fio ill Ballillai ,
Infotlln tion Sft' ices M1ond,i.
nightl s; d merely\ that "pol, c
arc I\Cestigaling llc presence
of foreign vessels w1ho came to)
the Blahamas and ina\ be inI
\lolltion of Baihamian lai s "


Petrol-


dealers


in new


talks


A N I I C(
Dt 1 I GU(,AION
dealers is to
afternoon withI
the di.ss olced
C( om ll i.issoiln


II T -M A. N
ot gasoline
meet this
members of
1973 Prices
to begin


discussions on their demand
for a higher mark up for
gasoline sales.
The eight dealers. the same
Ien ll s1t1o Inet Moiday
morning with deputyy Printe
Minister and NMinister of
Finance Artlhur I). Hanna for
t wo hours. include seven
retail service station operators
from New Providence and
One w wholesale distributor
from M.ish Harbour. Abaco.
The dealer's are to meet at
2 30 p. m. swith Neville
Adderley. chairman of the
1973 Prices Commission, and
vith is many members ol the
dissolved Commission as are
available, a Petroleum Dealers
Associatloni spokesman said.
\ I ti ho u g h t h e
appointmIents iot thel
commissioners expired ont
December 31, it is expected
that most. if not all. will be
reappointed tor 1974,
By beginning hearings now
on the dealers complaints,
the Connmmission will be that
much fnrither tow ard a
decision when (lithe official
appointments come through.
IF \en it the new
Commission consists of,
entirely new members, tilhe
former members will be able
to ad\ ise the nesw
'Connission on the dealers'
poIsition.
The dealers' inability to
sw in talks witlli inv
CGovernmiient bodY on their
problems led to a 60-hotir
closedown of almost all tlhe
gis stations in New
Providence and in Abaco over
the weekend-
The\ charge that tinder tlihe
lDecemtber 28 gasoline price
revision their mark-up wias
cut Irtmi 32 percent to 22
percent too low. thev said.
to )opIerate

FLIGHT

CHANGES
\ I R JIAM% \I 'A ha.s
ilt.'.tttttci'l sc\ iala changes itll
t' t .tirrn al and dcp'l ti1itc
1I:!,'S iroill Suni da as s ctul
i 'l t o i tch to I itt \ I h t
i it I ll [ tll" t Ill thec I i llCit
S l;,l 's. d!ed .1 .1111. ii, .i
I' hih t l0.i a dal\ rt u
'lit iihornill\ t l'lpii tcd
\ i-a l or 1oll,'t ) Bi.\ ,iudl

.1 wI ll con) lnu ic o ,\ c
\ i -. t it i 122 '5 aI I

Ili lit d 1t i daI ll s 'i
\ hich dl cpirteid Ksisli's. it .it
\MonlIc, Ba\ nd !i\B. an
\ ,,is li at 4 35 p in '. ill nt i


lD tritl at 4 p Ni ins'tiJd I

I lghi 050 a daill ,'ri
otit o hcago. w h ii\ed
here t orItnirl is t r 1 5 p \ it \\ i

Intlnulationall airporti 1 e 2 4 5
1 i his fligtl w ill JIcp.' l ,o
\lontcgo Ba\ 12 4' 1 pn
1il-cj 0d ol ihe old dJcpartI c
Iliti ao 1 45 ti ill

1 ligi t 1 's 1 J dj]!. ,1 I\ic'
w cli, Ih dcpa -s t Iro \ i li lcgt)
ja\ will now\ arrive hcic 4 301
p i.,,tead ol 5.30 p nt I Is
Ulght MIll now drpar t for
Clhcago at 5 pm instead ol 6(
p !ll


THEFT GANG


JAILED WITH



HARD LABOUR


v SII) Y )ORSI II
\ SII\1I N(, SP'RI I hy
thice visiting ( u\ ,i tisi', linitcd
then behind bars at the Ili\
11111 prison tor I\\o ,rs withl
hard lalboti when polio'
im esltigditing a single u .iari'g ot
lliwit discovered thtmi in
posse sson of st'\ e0l] other
i 1 S' In 11 0t L t m %h i n A hI C -
l sc ril iois ot ()1 pr)i rlt \

I el tI to ELrrol "'Rolnton
Hanley'" Moore. also arraiign'd
oiln sCver.iI scj'epartI e i c l i. ii 's.
anod Rudolph "William David
M eloche" Benjamin ,intl
C rompton Maynard, lioth
2 e a I olk i tloi, \cre
aIiIested onl Janurial 4 bh

Ih i' o ltlvrst ilivestigatil g a
siiigl c aliag'c ot thett also
preti.'i.l scei.ial other charges


tLI1ttlnd iI poIss'XSsiitt t
nllIt I 111n a And h s t'III CII d tLC

lt I lli\l c 11)0 linc
It s' .il0ood ihting thiat IM O)t
\irl tight. 11H i an\ lmI a Oil
ge''L't th I g l ,o l. \,tt.c!rilt
Sll t I l ], III Itl; \anlsI ) o n't
1.1c l i o it a iec'u s
it'1 m1C o ll h ili g .11
1h1c pLh V \'I, orI, S would !1.(I
,lt\i h liw\ Inl that I(lahdinnl
1' 1it h ,1 r o t I thli o '
i i I t c I I I l I .t n tl iit
():Idi t i\i told II St C- ; o-ear-ld
otrgCeti ivn .,tideil t Ml ool sc
1it d had been ariraignt'd
. oii Ie r til e |Itoill l r iii sti' lin
llphototiphor PI tel Kroul ,
ihc e liclints tIook p lace
b1t i1 een I )ec em. r 3 I and
lnl ,ir 1\ K roup. visit-inrg the
lihan i in alin assIM IInIt itFo
.i rvc I Inaga/ine It i'Is I t t tII


\ew Year's la Jutinkanoo
parade, Ins1p M k! ( itwrighti
told the court
He had an N\-all Pcniat\
camera, valued at 350, sl'Qn
over his shoulder wh il he in
crowd,
FIL I BU Ml'
"All he felt was a hbtip 'Indd
the next thing he knew ,wais
thlit his camera ws i. gone He
reported tile niatter to poltiLc
and while being micuestlioed 0on
other matters, the cilnl i .
believed to be Kroup's. vas
found in Moore's apartint tiI
he said.
1 h e group it p is
apprehended on a charge of
stealing a $189 Miranda camera
Ironi the Island Caineri, Shop
on december 31 when tlhe
pretended they werce interested
in linking a purchase \ftrcr
they left the store, a clerk
discovered that the camera. on
display. had also dIsappear ed

I he\ were arrested hi a
wo ian police officer. Si(3
Smith and p .. I 16 Miller who
saw then on HBa St reet
somletlime later
I investigating of ticers
dicowered jewellery arid other
goods tttitng the description of
.iFr iles stolen from the (Godet's
Jewsellers Store as ,well
Shares were brought
against the trio for stealing two
gents o.engine wris,,t-watches, a
Polaroid camera, S'0 worth ofi
traveller's cheques and S500
c.iAslh atm nting to S 1.141)
from the ., ,,,.l II y ,tore just
he iore the \ew Near They
also pleaded guilty to the
charge
Fhey were grien sentence
amounting to two years with
hard labour hb the itiagistrate


Casino licence


transfer denied
(RAND) BH\tiMA Amusements Ltd. tods\ denied
reports it proposes to transfer the licence of the Monte
Carlo casino titin the Lucayan Beach Hotel to the anadu
Princess Hotel
Bahamas \mnuseents vice president Albert J Miller said
the operation ot tile Monte Carlo casino w.as consolidated
into the facetlilis of El Casino at the end of last year and
there was no intention of altering this arrangement
There have been a number of reports circulating about
the Monte (arlo casino licence since its lease expired
December 31 uid it was disclosed the Lucauan Beach did
not intend to C\ end it.
One of l'ttse siIuggests that millionaire recluse Hlo\maird
Hlughes. no\ luntih at the Xanadu, intends to buv that hotel
providing hli can haie a casino licence for tlie premises.
Ilhe Xanadlu has a room which, it is understood, w as
designed originall\ for use as a casino.
Xanadu gcnie-.rl manager L. Marco said today\ that lihe
knew nothing of such a deal having been made with Mr.
Hiughes.


\ 'N( 1 N(; niolcthei nd her


\ndis shortly\ ateci Ii noonl
oduin h 1, ciI/ lhicn o hc

ci megcInct light
Reports s-,tated that loungtlg
Brian (, lt and his mother.
NM1rs. Mai Annte (;otI weicr
injured at Fresh Creek. Andros
todta when the car in which


Two face


murder

charges


at sessions

Till JANMARY criminal
sess1ti0s iwsill he opened
tomorrow morning by Chief
J stice leIonard J. Knowles
tIllowi g the annual Assize
criticss t11 Clinst Church
( hil icd ll and the Inspection of
Ihe h onour-guIard outside the
L.aw ( o ,t i Builinlg. Bank
Lane
Selenteen cases have been
set dit n tor healiI ig during the
SJai1Liar sessionstiS, among them,
twio against Vernal Smnith and
1 eroy N Kev separately
charged \ith murder.
I he (others include armed
robbery, stealing, rape and
killing in tlth course of
dangerous driving. Anderson
Ans-Mendc/ will face charges
of t burglarI\ anid causing
greviouis harm, John Pratt,
hurglar\, rape and armed
rhbber\ charges, ('live Bell and
V illiatn (iulshell are jointly
charged with stealing and
receiving
(I d wIard JohnlIson and
Norman (Cleare will stand trial
separately tfor causing previous
harm. A /.N.S radio
employee. Prince Bodie, is
charged with killing in the
cour.tse tlt dangerous driving
and Inos Whil.I\ with
manslaughter.
Itwo cases ,t rape are also
included on the calendar. John
Pratt. separately charged, will
also face a count of burglary
and armed robber. and a
wounding charge is also to be
heard against Oswald Moxey
accused tI rine

ARMED HOLD UP
Il\ IAITIANNATIONAL. oil
lhi \> io'ine aroundd 4'35
a.in was held iup and robbed
b\ two armed men along West
Street, police reported this
morning
A ('1 I1) officer said that
Paul Franci,.s ol West Street
wAis accostIed h\ the two who
were armed withi a shotgun.
IThex mTladce o-i with 58 cash a
gold ring .and radio that
I Iuncois had lt tilthe' tne.
Police .t, in ,,stigating the


ROYAL FILM

11l RO)YAl wedding film
oit Printcss \tine anrd Captain
\lark Philips will be shown
I o tIIIn )ow an d every
'\\I dncsil.in\ ti J.Lanuarx at 4.45
p i i lthIe British lligh
II( it ,,itsi l Jl the Bitco
itlidini1g 1 3rd. I Ifloor),. ast

\s sit ting space is lhi ited
.ilt oint interested in seeing the
filin should Itirst telephone
5 '4't I .i ssiuIre themTselves of
a seCi


Queen ito visit Jane's home


I N\l)bl)\ IN, iik iinohii nIt

lli'c ( O lcel ilI \ Is, t the
iunt. i h|i' ;,, ,i lthe Dtuke at


.Iuinc \ 'cllcsl \ I t \ Ja1tc'. 22.
l.s beun i ,i 'itit[h oill\ linkcl
\ tilt ]1 I i 'llnt. h.l '.-,, hllcitittt thei'
hIt t 1i t hli ,n '
N l'ci lt n i S li. ii s. li tI ltic
i h ],i :l ,c ,n lli ilth

.l1nl 2( 1 i lh Ic IIuke's
I est io t I i l t Stt a l ie t.' i .
\\ 1 c i ll !cil tit c,, h tl lin g .

slit ooting id I isilnr ie tC iIplit
is held t i diHcicnlt estaIte
ti\e \ \t .ii Pi c' tei ons t or
tt s t,, 1ei 'x 1 \.i c bs thit.' sI t l) IIV
lor two s11 ltic splikesll.ln


All's calm after boat show blast


B' GORDON LONMER


1\\1H PAI \ N s'cunt\i ill
ct fect al tci Situit,\ 's
bombing at the I ondon Boat
Show, the mlarien c xtravagan/a
reopened estleidax w\itlh its
Bahamian atmosphere.c
the IRA ternroist Iombing
s,care intecrruptled lthe show t
given hi Peanuts Ia\loti andt
his group of Iutsicins.
Ihe huge hall at I ill Courtr
Sas evacuated in seven
inu11n tes. And several llmillutes
later a small bomnb ripped ap;rt
thc hull of ,I cruise in the


vicinity oIl the Bahamas
section. Nobody % was inHiuled.

It \\as the second btnombing
of the day in I tonI't. A lewA
minutes before the show a
btimb exploded at London's
tainouts Wax M\useumtn
Madamne 'Tussaud's. The third
bomb exploded ,,nimewhere in
london later in the da\. and
the fourth was found and
defused
Apart trom thlie hobs and
another terrorist scare at
London's Heathrow Airport,
the boat show goes on and


reopened its doors.
Peanuts I ay lor is staging
tour popular shows daily to
enthusiastic acclaim from the
S si tors. Ile is to appear live on
the popular BBC children's
show "Blue Peter."
Meanwhile. Andros boat
builders. Norris Rolle and
Rupert Bain began varnishing
their finished dingy which has
been drawing keen interest
among the visitors.
The show co-sponsored by
Bahamas Ministry of Tourism
and the London Daily Fxpress
continues until Saturday.


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,spit 'it'in said lIc 'Q ieen had
\i,.lt i II %le \ llhnglorl estate
S.ic pIl\,tilcl\ bu t this was
lith t ti itne she t .isid attended
ill' w 1linl i tl ai s tfar as w as


thlc wt cic driving lcew a tyre.
\Ms. (oit alndt her son were
dil\insg it the vicinity ofthheir

\11s (itl. a housewife, lives
,it Andits with her husband
Ra\ initnd. an A U.T..C. field
cngincei stationed with the
missile base for about 61V2
ears.
I hlie family was brought to
Nassau by an A.U.T.E.C.
helicopter which landed in the
Ministry of Education and
Culture compound on Shirley
Street around 1:30 p.m. They
were admitted to hospital.
Young (;off, was taken to
the emergency waiting room at
the Out Patients' Department.
lie was reportedly suffering
from head injuries. Mrs. (off's
injuries were not explained.


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'Torture and rape' by African guerillas


SALISBI RY The new
year has brought f esh attacks
by African gLu.rillas in the
breakaway former British
colony of Rhodesia ind in
neigh boriungt PortligIstcxe
ti led lMo/ii biqi e i'
A lain! uinle on the imaini
I all\V .i line betwcini
S alhb iur a itd the
Miolanibique port of Beirat
dci :iticd a passenger train
IDec. '1 ahboutt S kilomneters
.it io s, tile lih dcr II tilie
P'or 1ticgtse coloii\ .
Onll onle tpasstilger 5was x


slightly injured in t(li
derailment, according ito a
br ie : Port u v uese
co mm unique, but th
incident revi les d to ith \ %h iN
Rliodesian Qi ci nmntlllc lh I .
threat to one iOt ixs !Tlain
links with the coast
Many vilal RhudeAlsin
imports anid exlpartax "
Ihroiuch Beir.i
I n R h toi .,I .i. i
goi erinment ,itd I1 ) iilick
ric.ians hala c died t i 11 Dll i l
in a contillnuli n% o it
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mys, '" lite said "Anlother guy
uiiehl 1lke to eat peanuts By
ino! pti ting on some pleasure
food. ,ou really take away
something that canl provide
temporary relief and relieve
sole mental pressure."


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on itri '., ong I rI I li on

llo ns Iike gom i t li'

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think you ought to hai -one
place lor xxashing y l'iil laait'i ,
and brush g i oi ur ic.th iaid
shaving aand aianothc'r phc lcior
taking care ot the brodila
functions." Pogaue said.
lie also said water splatter in
weightlessness is a pribhlerm atnd
suggested more I'tticient
blotter dev ices for mopping aip
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stick i'li hands into ani
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have been killed in this
period.
Since December 1972 a
total of 203 guerillas, and 27
members of the Rhodesian
security forces have been
killed in conflicts.
The government forces say
guerillas have abducted about
SO tribesmen since terrorist
activity began, but only
about 400 have been rescued.
The government assumes
the others have been taken
across the border and on to
Zambia or Tanzania for
terrorist training. (AP)


Rikki sniffs-

-at y them out


LONDON Golfers on the
exclusive course at Saunton
have found a four legged
aiswsier to reports the world
etici gy crisis is threatening
th sutipply of golf balls.
Britain's stockpile of golf
balls is reported virtually
exhausted, but the solution at
this west of England layout is
Rikki, a 13-year-old golden
cocker-spaniel.
Rikki. it is claimed, has
found over 25.000 golf balls
a rountiid the 6.728-yard
course.
lie receives a chocolate
biscuit for every ball he takes
to i his owner, club secretary
John Goodban said.
"'One time Rikki found
about 60 balls in half an
hour," said Goodhan.
Petroleum solvents are
used in the manufacture of
unif balls and it has been
estimated Britain w ill run out
ot ili solvents hv June. (AP)


i \1 )()\N Irish guerillas
a l! i.i planes and
Sr.ii pilots in
S i' "ucmore
-'a, a l. ii.a 'ia1in1 i atito strikes

Si!, i S' au:il} tightened at
: ". ; l airports across the
anadian airports
S A t on special alert
1nIti ii aiuitho-rtles claimed
'!i ti h iot torcc' in London
a!. ,ipp eai c!)il ctll down on
's. .\pl>i s smuggling
ai ,' .; p o' pr visiional
a i R' i ;;~' ,Cepublican
D' ,; liri that ninele
S::'I ere heing
S ; i 'i d and ninea
Ii' ai 1 ; ': Ill\ a. bankrolled by
I' \lo ainmar Khadafy.
S: -c' :c \ p ,s'aioea' l source claimed
'ai' i' 1 .a' ipia planes. broken down
.!* Men in packing crates,
C.. ::;Adl b' eeni smuggled

Si \ .s n o ticial
S .n e IRA claims,
a i ii. ; 'li ot i illnouls long
i: li !: Belflast and
l)a'i ,aW,. !itt boilb squad
S, ; i ed the news
I i I ; r it i measures
,. to e .stemming the
a a a c i.\explosives between
i c:a .,', aa d I ondon .
a 1 |' xaiidl ciliriers were
l< ;;.' :,u ,t to sm uggle in
al'!': .1 rio iints at a time,
C;:'i an I delayed intervals
S'a, '". b.a inbigs. ltiat raised
xp' a ili!i)onl the guerillas might
iv .: i- set up their own
I?1 i -'.tli\.rN service
lhi d Nia s after the British
I i i' S Iray\r I\ dropped a security
1 1ij!'', i: I k- '.'ii around l.ondon's
Ilc.htiirow Airport, the regular
ap'i' a a arca ae stepped in at most
ilIahc Brntish airfields, taking
u t| S 'cr eCt.'ly from the British
I U S S :,irp.'its atllorty.
I'nit armedd police officers
pitt: llacd runways in England


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BRITAIN SLIPS



INTO THE



3-DAY ROUTINE


LONDON Britain began
its second week of halftime
working with estimates that a
million people will be out of
jobs as a result of the energy
crisis on top of the 490,000
regularly unemployed.
So far the three-day week
has made about 885,000
people idle for two days at a
stretch. The shorter week was
imposed by the government to
conserve fuel supplies hit by a
miners' overtime ban that has
robbed Britain of a third of its
coal production.

Coal provides 70 per cent of
Britain's electric power. The
government claimed the nation
would not have managed to get
through the winter without a
shorter working week.

The government believes
fuel stocks can now be spun
out until the early spring when
warmer weather will make it
possible to use less coal.

This was the situation in
Britain at the start of the
second crisis week
Only essential industries
were allowed to use electric
power for a full working week.
These industries included: food
manufacture and distribution,
catering, farming, fishing,
transportation, conlnmmunications
Newspapers and telephones
law enforcement, firefighting
services, hospitals, doctors'
offices and sports and


entertainillen ; ... r.
Non-essential indutrii.
were allowed to use elr
power for only three it:,
week. Such indlistr i.
various alternatives, hov.,.
They could work on ",;!"
days by candlelight or
lamps. They could use thii ,,;i
generators. Industries dLeL..d
non-essential include .'
stores, and business a
insurance offices. Any .
using electric power oi h .
day was liable to a fine ,; hap0
pounds 960 dol'irs r
thliree months in jail.

Continuous pio.
industries were allowed )5 i
cent of their electric P,"a a
requ irements They could ;.
these by working five par.
days throughout the '.c
Fhese industries include oi.
inanufacture of steel,.
chemicals.

People engaged in Cew': ,'
industries exempt from i
government restrictions ,
estimated to total abohit a !
million

Another eight milhia
employees in non-essceni:,,;
industries are covered h;
guaranteed wages whether thl
work or not. However tL
guarantees are mostly valid ;
only a limited period of up to, a
month. If the crisis lasts lorg!e
employees in this categ',,' .
could swell the ranks oft !'.
temporarily. unemployed ( \PI


and Scotland and detectives
kept watch in passenger halls.
Sharpshooters and Saracen
armnoured cars guarded
Heathrow for the third straight
day.
Fifteen Scorpion tanks with
76imm guns were withdrawn
from Heathrow's approach
roads late Monday. The
Defense Ministry refused to
give the reason for the
withdrawal but said armoured
cars and varied troops
iwould continue their vigil onil
runways and roads around the
airfield's 1 2 mile normeter.
Although government chiefs
say the Armniy's presence is only
an exercise, airline officials
insist the alert is linked to
reports that Arab guerillas
with Soviet-made Sam7 guided
missiles are planning to attack
an Israeli or American plane in
ILondon.
liThe armed troops at
Heathrow brought London
into line with its Continental
European counterparts, long
strengthened against terrorist
attacks
Marksmen were moved into
ROMEF'S Fiumicino Airport
after the December guerilla
massacre in a security reshuffle
commanded by D)r. Ugo


JANSEL BAHAMAS LTD.


Macera. a veteran police !'l
with a brilliant record.
At AMSIIERtDAM .ai.:;
carbine-toting police ;.'' i: A
passengers boarding Isr.'.:
planes and armoured cars \i:i
light and heavy machine g;'
escort aircraft onto tan'
runway.
BONN-('OLOGNF airptr"
is guarded by several hundr.'c
police And at Z+ RI( 1!
airport, a spokesman ,u i i
"What the\ are' dori a
L.oindon now was dii':i'
Swit/erland long ago."

Sources in the CANADI) \
transport department said th.
Royal Canadian Mouint-i
Police had been asked to ale:a
its airport forces because (ot thl
reports of plans for renewic
Arab terrorism.
A spokesman for Air Canlil.
said the airline notified a'
personnel at Canadian .ia:
international airports t
"exercise precaution" becai.t-
of the European alerts. (APl


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passes in English and Mathematics who would be interested
in receiving a course of training in England in Property &
Business Management.
Applicants should be within 18/22 age group, have
Bahamian citizenship and be willing to complete an 18
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Two candidates are required who will receive a salary and
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EDITORIAL


The truth will out


By IlTI NNI DL)tl'Cll
(I WROTE the article appearing telow last 'we'e( I inended to
hold it over until a introl series / wroc sit' wIcks a'go) had hecci
published.
ti am publishing it today jor 'cra/ reasons .C. cipeciall/' t,
show how and wih' the ahauWIs has a had Jorein press.
(First, the report in The Tribune on lFriday' of tit
experience ofa visitor in the' gaimbliniig asino at Paradise Island ...
then several shocking cases at the lrinceu s largarct Hospital, as a
result of which it is alleged that one or tore /r)crsiot iidied ... then
the arrogance off finance ministerr Arthur IHanna who heads Pric ('s
Control and was responsible t fit wi the conflict with thegas stations
whose owners were apparently expected to go on s selling uel at a
loss ... then the effort hy Prime M.linisterindling and .llinister oj
agriculture Anthony Roberts to nmake it appear that the nation 's
economy is in trouble because of recent world cic'-ditions and,
finally, .ir. Pindling 's attack on the Press in a deliberate attempt
to once again fool the lBahaminian l)eople
(The tourist business was in trouble long hbe]re the fiuel crisis
developed only a fi'w week ago.
(Warly last year Tourism ministerr elementt .lainard expressed
concern becaiusc the islands were no longer attracting "quality
tourists" iwho were the money spenders.
(And it was revealed helore the fiuel crisis developed that the
hotels had lost O10 million last year, the .lontatgu and Corral
llarbour had closed down and n)o new hotels have' been built for a
long time.
t(Certainly the collapse of the construction industry is now
several years old... and tlie Bahaniaas Airwavs story is ntow ancient
history in this governments ti.. i 1 iie, record otf abust and
mismanagtCement.
fln connection with tild hospital. Dr. /fart wtll he leaving the
Princess Iipa-i, tt Ho spital and tlhi Hahanitas nilt wticA, I attt told
that motre iloctors will soont he hcaing It would twin lth all the
best men ar leaving this rital intitltion. i his s iserisious.
I Ur. I'ltdinig stated ill Its specth that hath /i li rihlbunitc aind
7hc (, iiardian lhad tried tI)o mislead the pubhl in llconlnection with
predictions ofchIangc.s in thi government .
He then went on tio single out Tlie t Tributnc' fr special
attention. Tist alvwat happeh'ns whieni a mcIber of thlc
government attacks the iPress. It is clear that thlicv nilst f /l that
The (tardian has ino influence oni piubli(c tl/uning anid can be
bntshed aside.
iIr Pindlin l/aimed that Ihe l'ritbune was wrong illn its
prcdicti ois 'f a (u/nnWil liiUhI' ll hi is not troue Ithe Irihwic was
ciorrcct ont cevv poin
/tmtiers ithe g ovel"n nt are constantly l cooking around fort i
someone to hlane so as to take the Iheat off theirown miscrable
skinsi. 7lIy can tr wit h r it oth r people ... /itt' we wi' on 'let thce'
git awav with it whlen theT lrli to I liste' thei tac'its on lihe

i Th siimpl truth ic tha i t itat the tin conomi i in itrouh' .
and this is a result pttl i Icis it lowc iid I at titudnis .f isterd
Qi the I.I P. g,'irnint! i ti / lucl crisis Ihas onld Iswlcd to
aglgiravlte tlite situation a indi ai r sa'ped lup the disaster that is
hounding our .ittstcps today
I Thlie advent io the I'l..P' L go''rinment sven i'Years ago was
hailed hy thei press, radio and TI' i thle whole worh/ ldday thec
Blahamas ilis a id I press, radio and TI throughout the world
betcausclthe policievsand siltantIttdt s tli s stored I e thi e P' I. IP.
governmentllIt .\o oneiC s and iinoii ng else is (nto be blan d
Itfor this unotiuinatte situation
t I7w fhts reWaled in lthe arle printed blow will give you
sonlC idea io lo)w and wIh their lalitamalis iets had publicity lit the
foreign press .. and icwhy inveors are s/iving, awai ftn these
islands. i
I should hav published thin s ailticle some weeks aino .. Just
before thie Ne\ Year ... bIl I hlad a stack of nearly a month's
articles on miy business "VMi I O lldtOln and t1o the West Indies to
attendI a pes Ct onflrncte in No vemihei.
I telt I couldn't delay. publishing these articles an\, longer ...
and so I cut ecverithine else at the endl ot the \atn to inake \\ai
for itse tie t v l se iish
On (Christmlas n \ c I ieceited a phtli ne ll at m\ ihotse ti roni a
omian ls\ho said Sa l he was \ Is iiiioI i Nassat w \ illt h er husband. She
tidd ine she had read a tei ble aI ticle in a nI a.iaine about me
And\ so she would like ito meet me and ask soe iquCiestins fort a
,story slie was doing tor a paper in Iiurope.
Since site said slie had read some thin tenble ahoutl ine I \was
as curious to meet her as she was apparently tot meet tie.
I1 gave her an aplpointmient for lie tfollowini T htl sda and tIh.n
forgot all a iht l it until she was. ai nna u i ced b\ thi e rc eptlion i t s t
Pie Tribune on l'huisda\ ilon niiig.

Slihe taIl me that she wanted to ineel me i cbecae a local
iallgaine had published two a irtI Ces.


t hle otlhe was abi out me. I weas lthe "'had Iu t a de lti\et.
Arier reading those aicles shi e started leading thlie local
newspaper s because Ithis seemed lo be inatetlal o a stor-
Shle tell tlhait i Robet l Viescto was consideed tlhe "sed gu\ "
and a savinom fi llhe Ialhaml s |i\ a local nll ma/le ... sle \\as
curious to see what the "'bal gui looked like!
She asked mhe if I hiad seen the alticle I said no. Slihe said she
still had it, would I like to have it. I said no ... 1 wasn't interested.
It happened talt a senior lnmtnhem of it\ slaff came 11t1 mlV
office at the time and heard thle convetl'sa tion.
"I saw lthe articlee" hle satid. "It \'as in Oscal Johison's
mnaga/ine. I didn't mention i1 to \ou because I knew you
wouldn't be interested."
tie was right ... I wasn't interested.

One of the reasons this young t'uiopcan Vwolan wanted to
imeet me was that she had had some unlfitlunate experiences
since she came here. And those articles had given her lhe feeling
that there must be a good story somewlheie behind it all.


She and her husband came to the islandd for a vacation. Hier
doctor had Aldvised lier to leave luiope and live in a v.ari
climate.
Although slie is a meetnci lt t l te stall tof one of t e lic most
powerful men in lihe country ... a manl who controls the most
influenitiJ newspapers, mnagpa/ines, radio and television stations inll
the nation ... she was o ho lida\ and liad no intention oft waiting
a stort about the Bahamas until she read the magazine articles.
By the time she came to see me she wis, already collecting
material for a stori to be published in lurope. I gave her a copy
of mvy book The Tribune Story, a copy of oui Special
Independence issue and a week's file of the Tribunile.
She had found that, because she and her husband spoke a
foreign language, the native people didn't iealize that they also
spoke and understood I english.
And so the natives talked freely about white people in he,
presence. And what the\ said w as frighltellng to her.
She said that she and liei husband went into a food store to
make some purchases. lie paid for the goods and turined away for
a second. When lie came back for his change the cashier said she
had given it to his wife ... which was not true.
When they protested the people in the shop laughed at them.
"Look at them standing there." they mucked. They left
without their change.
She said that one of her countrymen, who is living in Nassau.
ran out of gas in a native section of the island and the people gave
him a rough time.
"People from my country who are living here are terrified by
the hatred they feel around them,." she said. For this reason I will


hlip cribunr


nitl mention her nationalist in this article.
"What aie your plans'", I asked. "Are you oinog Itt sta\ here'.'
\-, ou probably realize, there is no finer climate in thie world"
"O hi n '..C' c i e ltlin ouit aO s stton as 3osiblc'" ,sc ',aid, "I
only wanted to meet te a man ,lio cas considered tlie bad gItL in
a country where Robert Vesco is considered a saint and a saioutr.
Wce leaving."
'Ilad ityou thought of staying here when you picked tius island
l'i a visit" I asked.
'Well. we were looking around," she said. "'No 1 think we
v, will take a look at Florida and California."
Notw another writer will have a story to tell about people like
Oscar Johnson who have been chosen by the voters to govern
thlien tim nation.


I O)NOTI )10 iISIORY. I ti opk a coils
Sp iil, Inldependence. issue io the Inici
\s,)ou illon .Olitcri!nct in Bostion in Octoberl.


oi 17t( I'ribniiin 's
Ar lIl.'l i 11 P cPre,,


Amoni those attending the conference was an old friend., larle
Braisted, former Manager oft the Joshua B. Powers Advertising
A\: in New York.
I gave him the copy of the Special. tIc was great\ impressed
after a casual examination of it but said he would write lanid give
me ani opinion when he had read it thoroughly .
lie Vwrot)e le atl Chiistias and this is what hie hid to sa\ ...
"It was certainly' a pleasure being with you both again and finding
you as energetic as ever. You and Marie continue to be shining
examples to us all.
"I Imust conglatlate 'you ton the Special independence i.sul
which contained such a wealth of information. I esen found a
photo of an old sailing crony from Argentina.
"Having read it ;/;h., .0dI I fe]el ntuch more c. -i,.!.,.t about
the f turt' j the Bahamas. "
Mr. Braisted is now editing an educational supplement for
newspapers which he reports "has been quite widely accepted."'

I anm not concerned about men like Oscar Johnsoi. lHe is too
limited to know the effect the articles lie catiies in his miaga/ine
has on intelligent people ... the "quality tourists" that Minister tof
Tourism Clement Maynard realizes no longer come to the
Bahamas and his Ministry would like to attract again.
Responsible people will not come to the Bahamas as long as
the Bahamian people continue to elect men of this type to
positions of influence and power in the country.
All I have to say to Bahamians is that the vote is yours and Svou
can do what you like with it. That's your business. But don't
complain when vyou see the eco y the country shrinking
daily before your eves.


Nations often have problems only because
sell siiniessJ. I~ lesw people untortunai el\, are
inconvenience themselves or make sacrifices foi


o1f human
prepa ed to)
tlhe public


wel fare.
During the last wal I often said that if every man and woman
in lthe vast British iEmpire pulled their weight in the \war ettort the
wat would quickly\ end in victory for the Allies.
\We are iitow cxpeienciml, a i fuel crits,i ... uitl sill iiiin\
people are try ing to live as though this situation doest not call foi
sacrifice.
The streets and public buildings in this island were bhilliantiy
lighted during the Christmnas season as though .\cl ilmin. was all
right iln the best of all possible worlds.
I had a pleasing experience during this period.
()lie of my grandsons not yet five heard us talk so much
about the need to conserve fuel that, while lie was very pleased
Swi th his C(hristmas tree, he wouldn't allow his mother to tiln on
thie lights after he had seen it a couple of times. IHe colnsideied
this a waste of electriL-itvy. he felt it was his dtlt\ to help consCeie
power.
S,\e\one in thLe countries that have been allected h\I the
enc ii, ctiist would coopl iate just a little bit lthieic wou ii h e 11
plobl iii .
It is a pit, that a five year old child should set an example lthii
one might hope to expect from adults.

All the things I am writing about in this article today happened
during myV visit to Nassau lfor the Christmas and New Yeai's
holiday ys.
At a party I met a retired couple holi have been living in
Nassaui Ito nearly 20 years. They have sold their house land alit
no\w living in llan apartment so that there will bei no pitoblem ot
getting ouit should conditions become an\ worse.
lie manl told me about an experiencCe lie hiad i a public
depaitIlent only a l'ew days eatlier.
he said that lie dealt with a maln in this department.
"T lhat will be S5." the man said when the transaction s
completed. "Please pay the cashier."
lie showed him to a small room where a girl w\as sitting behind
a table ith an elbow resting. on tihe table and her clhin cradled ili
liheti uplifted haiuid.
I e laid S5 t tihe table. The girl did not imoe. Shie looked as
thouiigh she was carved out of stone.
lie fell there was something wrong somewhere and so lie
turned to the ian.
"Youi did say the fee was S5. didn't you''" he asked.
"Yes." the man agreed.
Still the girl didn't bat ani eyelash.
"Is there .... t' iii i' wrong?'" lie asked.
"No," the Iian said. "I suppose she wants you to pui theC
mone)i iln her hand."
Ile picked up the 55 note iom tl ih table and put ii iii lhe gill' s
'rice hand.
She took it ... and the mnan walked out without the gill
showing uan evidence that she had acknowledged his presence.

Cuban boats ate now fishing in Bahatian aite,,rs. tlie h chapt.l is
sai\ ('astro gae them h he authority .
I wa rned \ou folks that after independence tilu,,s woutl l happenii
It now \ seems clear that Castio wants to pitvoke a cqtiiael wiit
this tiny new nation.
N. Pinidling's navy seem afraid to act. Maybe the\ atite atiltlli
for the Royal Navy stoop to come to the rescue.
Britain is no longer responsible foi the defense of thie iBalhinu
You will also remember that I told y tiu hat allei
independence Biitain would have no authority to act on iiui
behalf.
Bitt most of \ou rested on tlie belief lhat Atmerica would noi
let ani thing happen to Lus.
I told you that America would help ui s tonll if it \welc
expedient to do soi at the time.
Don't be surprised if one day Castio .. ,.Iks in here and hlngs
utp Ills hat.
Right now, miloreovel, Ameriica is iin no position to risk another
Pueblo affair. What's more ... she may be "browned off" because
she mav feel that the Bahanias has become a place of "resoil"
for a type of international personality wholi is sought' in lihe


Your Moses promised you that lie would gain control of all Ilie
waters surrounding the archipelago. Instead. it now looks as
though hlie has launched you on a sea of troubled watei s.
You nmay not want to believe me, folks, but I can tell you thllat
a serious situation is developing.

Another thing ... the U.S. and other resort areas in tins
hemisphere have gone on peinrmanent daylight saving time to save
fuel.
The Bahanmas government says NO, thereby upsetting the
entire tourist transportation structure in the Bahamas.
This is another example of government arrogance ... and


I 1)11 R 1 1t,' I iibuine.
Kindli allow\ me a little
space in intl mosii t valuaiible
colimi s i It \press then
loli()l t' ng oi' lnit'II llnts c i o thite
C()lIIlt i lu ,l '1 a 1 lt" mIlept
polltit' al "stipidit\ tl ) lt e
P'indhT-' lianna dl nIIIstlrIatioln.
lhIe P.1 .P. gpi)c i inetIC l tseeII'
to hia\c an Insalt iN c appcltit
fo r corrtuption .i il so sllIt
dccpci in the 1ni1c (,ll ft i lthe
sake ()t I C\ew th( lllI so th1C
gt)vernmiIIcll nso' \ pl ,i tI() take

ncar tIutin b I the

M it. I Ili ot 'i. ,in\ deccn

c,'\le isn sl oIlh li ii c si iat'o
people to ,tsplt' lo higher



I 'l i 'H" I I\ i t\ n sI 1i ,i il
Unlki1 1 e I C A o A I 0I11 )11 t 1.
Iill Iid 'i l ,I
lilt'( 1 lilt' ,Ih c l l l ) l l ~ i


move

1 lie Mlinisle' of iiil-nc
Spt p.it i ki \ ttdo sni't haive
c( in il itoh t'sighllt Io i -aliu/
tlihalt I.sin(I aithibllIng is noi it
n itIrAil icso t tl of this
o iiti hkc inc l. e nll l c'ri
w islth or .gricuilt ural )iiputt
thl t liln o| nati' a l inth i iiiii
d,'pli d ls on utsl de stlourci 'st cl


o nii tinttl e'spc uiall) w i th t c
ICpUIItaliin t ot l the I irainc c
\hiu'tr A I. 1). I iHann in Ils
p ', Ias C | ier iorniJnce ot l-.itI c rling

,i tl nii rati lo ol f iil,1n1 rr1 l' oI
.ilt i i t I
ScV ondl\. the adsii.tr irj
.'l l'. t. ts sino ama i lhil \, il!
lhu\ I In the nati nal lilt .1 thk I
\,'o!i !ntitl( )ln !I the lo )'. ill
Mill t t ,h c1 Pwigh dll.'-, ,
o."i' s ^oniiil ied t lic


s it I i pl t is


III() (IITS Ins i IO|)\YI
1"s i i t l n \ .
Ih s :i bear likes lhon'\t '
lil//' l i//u l /'
I wondeli \li\ lite d e '

"Pal tlietic." lie saldt. 'tlii! 's \h\liit It is. Pathentc
\lI.N I. in \\ii iie-llie Ie oo l


The p \iv ,! 1 i I- .
opt ion ill w I C .[)
realty should t iii', ,1, i ,
overseers ot cat n n' ;,t ]i|]i,| n ,
an effort to trsy nd l'tlic
Ceil effects 1 roin
the national litc vhil .o, .
to diversity the h | , ,
Is I making the 1 c int iT ;t
dependent Onlt i..i1, i
s ,c ially h ca llh \ 1 o
activity.
S T here is 111 1 tii. i ,it-,t
d ealn casino) gaiii lhn" i ,, li
v er% natu ( O this ', Ic I !\ i\
1's co itrollcd bi it I % i i .
syndicates all 'd. 1i,
gangsters.

no, \ sa\ it il '
'III JS l t o ',II t l I;
together inlto ) 111) p \
directly pIai ct i t. s ;.'' ,i -i;it
at i rb blin '
1 i d it oi l i,
hlIstory hl .is ,'1 \ 01 '0 '.,

t h i s 0 'i t I I' '1 ) '1 :
,am, e to I 1powci v' t!h I i '.! ,



lh lon | i \o i .:

BAl1AMi\I N r' I I R

MEMORIAL SERVICE
A \M1 ORI \1 \0R I \I tI
M r Jamlic', \lI il~ ,, ,i,^1 ,,
(Cost Ri-., n l nlH i
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BACKS PETROL DECISION CALLS FOR


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tICe intt intiit it ,hlt thlic v inter'
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in ()I is s s,. I | p p la u d thI c
ha\ e I.icn Jun ii>e the I'tl c,
( lntials ( oInI)ll,]sMn In and llhe
1M 1 ster I I11n,111 o()n their
past pil t- 1r t,+s w hen
\'"ons( lell ntt mI n in, leqult es,,
the deallis'. , l id have had it
t ) ilt i,,i,\ it a tc
thlec ,htln l l~ l h

hike and '.. i I 'l 1.1 ,
li) like ii i ., :, V ,
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tnit lun i Is' I

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, a t i h' it cltgh clt.

Ins iT \ lli (Prn in !1it '
it~ ; i toigt' +tt._'t il tci.. tlt'


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til '. l la,:iket' itrem s it ti Ii
Is' 1 i. [ tI l tii ed t'hat ii i,
c f<.in .idll h a d lo st F ;- ,
a t is iin thei r t o hC I ,I:I

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Get



BARC LAYS


behind your business



Cassandra Cooper did
Cassandra started Champion Sports Land 3 years ago.
When she needed money for expansion she went to Barclays.
Today. Champion Sports Land is well on its way to becoming
the most complete sporting goods store in town.





ALWAYS BUILDING SOMETHING
BETTER FOR THE BAHAMAS.


Cossandra Cooper with Robert Maclean, Manager oBarclays Bay & Dunmore Branch.
Mrs. Cooper's photograph printed with her permission.


Ut--


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


Raps casino gambling


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RESIGN

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iitiSi.ith
Sl, I ti i ll t In l i c' l .oftuol

ll i ri ncess
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The girl who may be


next Queen of England


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Nigel Green
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Patrick O'Neal.
Joan Hackett
PLUS
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Robert Vaughn



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SHRINERS OF NEMESIS TEMPLE No. 75, PHA, of Nassau are shown
I I TY with a group of children who were entertained at a Christmas Party at Royal
Sn INQ I-.IV L PTREagle's Masonic Building on Blue Hill Road. This is an annual event organized
SH R IN ERS G IV E PA RTY I for the need children of the community. Nobles from left to right are E.
Major, J. Goodridge, E. W. Evans, V. Adderley, Illustrious Potentate Fred
Lunn, S. Bethell, W. L. Gibson, R. Curry B. Christie and U. J. Cartwright.


BWA lands

$3 million

business
BAHAMAS World Airlines
and Nova Tours of
Stockholm. Sweden, have
signed a one-year contract for
a series of 72 charter flights
between the Bahamas.
Hamburg Germany and
Helsinki, BWA chairman
Everette Bannister has
announced.
The flights, which will
accelerate travel from
Europe, will leave the
Bahamas for Hamburg and
Helsinki every ten-11 days,
and during the year a total of
36 flights will land at each
destination.
The Bahamas-Hamburg and
Bahamas Helsinki series will
begin March 18 and May 9.


Bahamas National Trust


to show 5 nature films


respectively. It is expected
that in excess of 13,000
passengers will be brought
into the Bahamas at a
business gain of S3 million to
BWA.
Bahamas World has granted
Nova Tours the option that
they requested for this flight
to continue in 1975.


BAFFLE WINNERS


SIII BA 1t \M\S Ilea.cher
oillege Rattle (oinit 'te' hIi,.
anllno lunched the iI ..' .,
incLn rs in i, the Raffle -hwhi
was dro"wn on 'nd, .
December 21
FI 1RS I RIR a I ving room
-si!te w tln hi Pld'en e 1\urphtsv
oit east Al.ci Nassaut with
ti ket 5h.'x-
S(I i !) P'RI/1 a rmund
trip lor t o ht l.i ''' i Dsonated
bhy Flaningi, \ilne \on 1 b.
Jac, k liard\ l Riagged Iland
"with ticket 3
THIRD PRI/I a round trip
for two i Rock Sound
(Donated P.AA) won iby
Ro/etta Joseph o! hiitin
Village. N assau \\;tli ticket
FOl Ri H RIM/ a t-


recorder iDonaitd, h\I a lor
I nd strikes) won bs 1 '. in l Eaing
cif Robinson R iadl. \N.issau
witlh ticket 7 1 l (I
FI1 IIt PRI/1 a radio wonc
by Doroth- I-\F'bfs 0o H\at kun.
Street \as.si,.i ll t iket
ToL ,lM.At ihe:: ipr' ,
winners sh1 oIl'ud ltik c the i
tick et stilts to th e R egi lr.i ,
the Bahamai s le .ih'r C.
in O(akes i ield
The old students ,and scuiools,
wiEning pri/', or i most
tickets were Ralph Bowe of
Cedar IHarbour, Abaco JIil:,
Poitier of Our [ady's. Nassau,
Gladys I ongley o t Savannahs s,
Sound. le'ithera
To date the ratlle grossed
S 2.00.


THE APOSTLES IN CONCERT


TltF APOS ITLES, (pictured)
a Memphis. Iennessee gospel
music recording group will
appear in concert Wednesday,
January 0 at 8 45 p.m at the
Collins Avenue C(alvary Bible
(huirch.
I he group, here on a
live day concert cruise aboard
the F emerald Seas. arrived
Tuesday as part of a group of


137 visitors. Headed by
London Parris, a former bass
singer with the Black-wood
Brothers and Rebels quartettes,
the group consists of Ronnie
Bowlus. leads, along with his
brother Aubrey who sings
bariton and Pennsylvanian
Dave Saxton, tenor and pianist
Everett Reece.
The group, along with Mr,


Parris began their recording
efforts with the release of
London Parris and the Apostles
sing The Eastern Gates. Since
*'en they have sold hundreds
their gospel recordings and
nave appeared on radio and
television throughout America
and Canada.
The concert will be given
free of charge


III BAIAMAS \awioal
Irust in cooperat ion ilh the
National. l AuIdbiiho S'o icl\ h'i -
schedule d tli e slowing heS i'
f/ive ,,, n c ii' ; f 1i;l 1: ..' in
January 1 1 through \a\ 1! 14-
"-(; ins of N,ture-." timn d
by Burd lL-tte Whin, in \i!lh
\nmerica., will hbe wh,'" u
.lanuI ars i I at lh c l-.i,.E .
Training (College \ iIE'' i;;i .1
Oakcs Field blieg n":,. .1'
pi Il
"'Death Valley Land 0A
Contrast'" which re' !hii i.'
\ariei of pilanit and Sii ll1d I 1 l C h hL ; !i
Oenvironlllle n is sch'. duled i o
he ',ho\ t n on Janullt.i r 2 i
Other showingSii b
Treasure of East Africa" ,n
Fehbruars 12: "'Sea Ice and
Fire" on IFehriua l 'r .iin
"Four Fathom W world" on
March 14
()it ot Ii's mwS, i ''.>' "
Iili inS I Iat lirt l h lN1sorx
suilleets. B13Idcle I hint hl i i ,
selected ,o;ce of th m ol i
bea' ltilu l a d h i/i 1re sights andld
SLunds oi the North Ameitricaii
wild in his show '(einms oi
'a .ture .
On satariIn m I ai Alriria
Bower Rudrud tEiavllced
through KIci' a, 1 aii/,inia ,ind
t gandai. ,ind f til ed cLape
buffalo, I lomsion' g /el ,.
girafles, hippos,. and i ni.tkiE
other animal', Ein their natural
habitats inE "I rLi' .u oS I ist
Aflrca."
From lie floor tl Death
Valley at feet below sea
level, to the tallest peaks of its
bodering mountain ranges.


pILo grA.p1ir KenIt I lrdein
, I,.ow, \ icf', -- Ie tic lrpri-ing
So px :1 andt anmil lieLt
ilhit I louI'd In tn r l h ti ish
c' l7ri1111nnl t More than -'0

'hi ep. prlrine tl.oii, kit l o\.
j o.'l .i L Id gold n. en .'iglt arei
S .ilOL 4
SiEa'. glc iil eC and i\olca!ic
II 5 iii I'.-'i i '. 0 0! asli .j nd
!'I i "S c arI d Firc "E
l)r )li .' :' Pil 'i gil5 Jr.,
o lil.a:. n\ L has i n ie ai
o I 1 .id, i t 'odu ing its
peop i d : i i tiiiral
wondt" I 1 \tldit!oni WildhIe
DEATH OF MRS
BEATRICE FOX
\1RS HI l RIt 1 IO()\. 64.
died .it liit 'I ilL.c"' M\ ir.garet
I lis[ii, .l SA't'.1 i C \EIiitl I' a lerC
beirg hi p tl.i' lt ..d l 'h hciairt
.it tiL k.
1 i L c I hCI Id
.it ( I hlurch
I4 p.ni I.i l nl t 11ll
t li~ic le!t ,iid itl" t lit'Il \\i|
l ,!lo ,;, [!i] \ cril
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( ,irl \lic,


Film audiences.
"'Four Fathom World" is
another enthralling undersea
adventure with fishophilc
larry Pederson. As the divers
get acquainted with squids,
octupuses and sharks, viewers
find themselves getting
throughly hooked on Mr.
P ederson's humour a'nd
obvious affection for his finsi
friends. Filmed among the
Bahama reefs. "Four Fathom:
X\ r'.t also features the
trunkfish hogfish, jawfish,
green turtles, and a fascinating
sequence on the sargassum
weed.




NOW SHOWING
First Showing in Nassau
at 7:00 & 10:05
BEYOND ATIANIIS
Patrick Wayne
Johr Ashley
Plus -
at 8:45
TWILIGHT PEOPLE
John Ashley
S fi ltt' Iattti


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BAHAMAS NATIONAL TRUST


ANNOUNCES


AUDUBON WILDLIFE FILM SERIES -1974




By BURDETTE E. WHITE
FIcaturing the Inost hciautit'ul and bizarre sights and
sounds of the North A\ncrican Wild.

TEACHERS TRAINING COLLEGE AUDITORIUM
OAKES FIELD

FRIDAY 11th. JANUARY 8:0 M.


ADVANCE BOOKINGS:
BAHAMAS NATIONAL TRUST unit No. 7,Star Plaza, Mackey St.

FUTURE PROGRAMMES:-
DEATH VALLEY LAND OF CONTRAST JAN. 26
TREASURE OF EAST AFRICA FEB. 12
SEA, ICE AND FIRE FEB. 26 FOUR FATHOM WORLD MAR. 14.
ALL PROGRAMMES PERSONA LL Y PRESENTED BY NA TIONA L A UDUBON SOCIETY SPEAKERS.


TEL: 2-8333


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Tuesday January 8, 1974













By Abigail Van Buren
1974 by Chicago Tribune-N. Y. News Synd., Inc.
DEAR ABBY: I have been reading a lot lately about
women who have had silicone implants to enlarge the size
of their breasts, and I want to know more about it.
Is this something only tramps have done? Because if it
is, I want no part of it. I just want to look nice in swim
suits and lowcut dresses.
I have been married for 11 years and have two children
and my husband says I can do as I please. Also, is this
type of surgery covered by insurance? CONSIDERING IT
DEAR CONSIDERING: Implants are for any woman
who wants them-the colonel's lady and Molly O'Crady
alike. And unless you can convince the insurance people
that silicone implants are essential for your mental or
physical health, the only thing that will cover it is a
brassiere!

DEAR ABBY: Please! You've got to help me I am
desperate and don't know where else to turn.
I am a 22-year-old school teacher, unmarried and preg-
nant. The father is a married man I've known for some
time. It was no big love affair. We were both at a local
night spot one night and I had too much to drink, and the
pregnancy is the result. I haven't seen a doctor but I know
I'm pregnant. I hopc and pray I'm not too fai 1ono f1 r an
abortion. I just can't pay for this one mistake the rest of
my life.
This is a small town and I would lose my job. and I
really do need to work. It would also wreck his marriage
I feel so guilty and ashamed. I want an abortion, but
don't even know if it's legal in this state. How do I find
out? If it's not legal here, where can I get one .1e '. I'll
go anywhere. I could never go thru with this pregnancy.
I'll take my life first.
Don't tell me to talk to my minister. I couldn't I can't
go to my family either. They'd disown me, and I wouldn't
blame them. Rush your answer to me. I'll be eternally
grateful. DESPElATE
DEAR DESPERATE: The Planned Parenthood chapter
nearest you is in St. Paul. Minn. CALl. THEM! They will
help you. If you are too far along for an abortion, g,'t in
touch with Birthright. They do excellent counseling, and
also arrange for adoptions.

DEAR ABBY: I took your advice and it backfired I
asked you what to do about a couple my husband and I
liked very much, but who always brought their kids over
[Their kids are very wild and don't listen to a "I.,. ,: their
parents say, so consequently when they're hrlitre ith their
kids we never enjoy their company .
You told me the next time we invited them over to say,
"We'd like to see you, but please leave the children home
this time."
Well, I did, and now we are minus tiw friends The
wife got highly insulted and told me not to call her again.
and it also ruined the friendship between our husbands.
Now what should we do? NJ nO t'PLE
DEAR COUPLE: Rejoice! If your friendship was that
fragile, it wasn't much of a friendship to begin with.
DEAR ABBY: My German horn wife is a wtnhiderful
girl-cheerful, affectionate, honest, immaculate. ind a
great cook! But she has one fault: she loves ,beer' And
how! In five years she has gone from i13o pounds to 210
The other day the delivery boy volunteered 'Threet
cases this week. You and your wife arc uir ','st
customers!" II never touch the stuff
Her doctor told her she was drinking t)oo much. She
told him, "Beer is healthy." I even hinted that she should
consider Alcoholics Anonymous, and she said: "''im not an
alcoholic. I drink only beer!"
I love my wife. but I can see the handwriting on the
wall, or better yet. on the belly. the back and the ..,'ihii,
I've heard there is something one can slip into coffee to
create an aversion to alcohol. What is it" Also, please
include some advice on how I can get her to drink the
coffee. DRINKS MIILK IN INDI)IANA
DEAR DRINKS' Don't look for a miracle potion to slip
into her coffee. I I've never heard of any. I Face the prob-
lem head-on and tell her if she's not an alcoholic. she's
drinking like one. It's no joke. Your frauiilein needs' to i 1 1m
the wagon.

DEAR ABBY: I went witi this guy for aloit-t a veat
About six weeks ago he quit calling. No ...i..!.. no cxpla
nation, no nothing-he just disappeared from my lifet'
The problem is I have had his stereo setup foir the last
five mr iths and I don't know what to do with it 1 heard
from a third party that he is afraid to ask me for it so Ie
may break in some time while l'm gone and take it That
way he won't have to face me
I don't think it's my place to deliver it to hitm. so what
should I do? This coward is 22. and I am 21 WONI)EKIN;


DEAR WONDERING: Even tho he's behaving like a
juvenile, he adult, and tell him to either pick up his stevci,
or send someone after it.
It's childish to communicate thru a third party, so pick
up the phone, and speak your piece.

DEAR ABBY: I try to keep up good family relations
by sending gifts at gift-giving times, like graduations.



NOTICE
NOTICk is hereby given that VENA I LORt, N( i
McKENZIE of P. 0. 3Box b30, Addeilev' l, -iiee ott
Wulff Road, Nassau. N P Bahamna i ,T .op 'i c t, ',
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citit'nship. ')
registration as a citizen of The Bahalai,i d twhdi r i
person who knows ianV teoason wtiy 'itaistiiti on su'id : l0
'be granted should send a wi itten and d Wie statonit !, .
facts within twenty-eight days fiom the 8 th daY (,)
January 1974, to The Minister responsible foi Ntionality
and Citizenship, P. 0. Box N-7147, Nassau.


NOTICE


NOTICE is nereby given that CLINTON OSWALD[
CLARKE of Oaks Field, Nassau is applying to the
Minister responsible fot Nationality and Citizenshfip. tot
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 8th day of Jani
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147, Nassau.


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L" 'i trace" gifts to find
.,, : po-t fi flubbed.
NAME WITHHELD


Ilknows Xiat xif
knitiss thattia )ift


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requesting an ackntimhld-i#r ii,
a reminder to the forieffitl


Ii ,< -(.s i i(4o card
ith'- icill st'er'e as


CONFIDENTIAX.l T()l N l I 1 I i 1' I Mt 10 ARE
SEARCHING FOR THlt ; 'llt it ini ii :t- ; o quote the
late Arthur Noe., an enitiit '' i i Dvt I ielop good
habits early in life betcauis-, ih i: r .... s, the more
like himself he becomes.


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TIDES
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CLASSIFIED


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


I REAL ESTATE FOR RENT I FOR SALE I LOST


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EASTERN rCA(D
EASTERN R-OAI
water as well as n
SAN SOUCI
BLAi R STA T FS
GL FNISc' .,,:
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SF.A ERFP F F
VILsLI-.GE RP)AD
GOLF ` (,A TIFS
HIGHLAND) PARK
PROSPECT PIDGE
WESTWARD VILL
C 0 N D 0 M
APARTM'FN FS tn
ISLAND
EAST BAY STREET
WEST BAY SIREE
HOTELS and1 H1O
BEACH LOTS,
CIAL LOTS. REF
LOTS
A C REA G F
DEVELOPMENT
NASSAU AND
ISLANDS SUCH
BAHAMA LON
ELEUTHERA, AB/
45 ACRE CAY
EXUMAS WIT
WATER HARBOR
MORE

CALL
DAVSON'S I
ESTATE AG
Phone 21 178 or 8(
P. 0. Box N
Nassau, Bah

[ FOR REN
C 13044
F U R N I1 S H ED
A I RC ON D I TI C
bedrooms, 1 bed
ef f ic iep l v 7 p
Telephone 5 8679.


ESTATE

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55408
4648.

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3932 21178
-4648
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CARS FOR SALE
3: i 1 04
/1 GT CO"E T sports car.
o' ndi!1 in with air
i "d' t ing Owner leaving
'w Telephone 3 -6668


C 13138
Tn'', I'.PH i :l00 4 doo, 1968
whitewalls Weli kept
-rr onditi(ton 5 b i one
-ve $/'7 Tel 2 -232-

Li 31 1 4
11,i8 CHEVY IMPALA,
.iir. orditi oned, power brakes
d ste rmg. $1600 O.N O. Tei
:' 10 'q a.m. to 5 p m ori
ani matter 6 p m.

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1 969. T IUMPH GT6 ii good
',uicli' i $950. Phone 42118

i. 10 38
SL A ( K CHE VROLE 1
A AP R I in excellent
"i )l;if i L. J. Knowles. Tel!
58i 4.


'VC' P 5lIS 1100, law mileage
i ,ailc $600.00. Tel. 22454
,4640 between 9.00 a.m.
a"( '.O.00 p.m. Monday to


1973 PLYMOUTH SATELLITE
S i dOOr' vinyl top.
, 'i, tiidito'.ed, power brakes,
j q- -' i ',aller ar will sell fo,'
5$4 li t F, st $6.200 A I
'.ii,.oi 1 1 months old


:1i/P TO)YOTA. good running
d., : ( r' $700 00. Phone
'8 i81, a'te' 5 p m


ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.
USED CAR LIST
1970 HILLMAN MINX 4 Dr
SiI Green $850
1971 VAUXHALL VICTOR
S/W Auto, brown $1800.
1973 PONTIAC VENTURA 2
r AI ( Bucket seats, vinyl,
f ,. shift $5600.
1973 PONTIAC FIREBIRD
ESPRIT 4000 miles only A/L
ster o r$6500
1970 VAUXHALL VIVA 4 Dr
Aulo white $700.
1973 VAUXHALL VIVA 2 Dr.
White Std $1500.
Telephone 34636- 7-8
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice Plant


FOR SALE

C13152
SALE
SALE
SALE
50% off on all Blouses
Where?
at
LAURRANE'S HOUSE
OF HOSIERY
LAURRANE'S HOUSE
OF HOSIERY
Palmetto Avenue off
Market Street opposite
Carrol's Food Store.


COMI


SALES AND I

One of the major c(
companies, operating on
an opening in its Internal
person to work in it;
division
This position is initially
there is a good pr
advancement.
The successful applicant'
good high school edi
merchandising and a
extensively about 70%/
Experience in the field
normal foreign languages

Please apply in writing t(
Box 6200, Nassau, Bahar


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10 (13081
LOTS i t air ii1rl AIRCONDITIONED) betroOrr
2.is'ri (. 2- 3041 apar tent SIhu ilev Par k
S. 4 I ( afte' Avenue. $235 per month.
Phone 5-8134.
S13106
IjUROL v two both STORE OR Of F ICE Charlotte
0 O f.V-intose 'Iveie Street opposite Scottish Shop.
S,, W ht Street, rple parking, immediate
ji *.t. i. i 'o.'r l iv, o( uparin y Telephone 4 .176

S.t -. O T AGE S nd in
'i' t ''i lily, weekly or mrio'rth
.' > ,*V A i / -. t i :nt ,)n' tf i ed, d, flly ', ish e d .
S" d se' v ie vailbla: L, vely
x' f q 1j'de, arnd swmVi rii I'! lIool.
T Ieh ohor n 31 29 3 10'

S.. NAS AU I LL SI
.,' 0-,, I OWL RS
i,]li' ,,.; Suii terrace swimmir.g pool
I: 1 bedi oorn apartment, Ltrivate
.porch $250.
,. 1 bedroom 2 bath japatient
S. .. :. $435
1 3 bedroom 2 bath a,, ',t'nent.
$44 b
A ll n Lelv fLLrnl isht'L 'uding
.' '. w ater
S ContLt 7 8421 2


f-if I CI NCY APARTMENT
in P lr-iidal' Ideal 'tr reserve
N H ylt;ie ar Call bI 1044 for
''i Torra tion

i0), e T WO BE ROOMM
\partIment in new duplex
Ni ' I sd q situated BoH t Alley.
I i n.0'hed Cali 5 4258 or



L A LL)'DOOt 1 bath
S L . hed hOuL' large arJ,
3 oOcks 'rom c tv.
fea .onablie Cal! 241 69 or
. 32'8 a'teri ,, p n

*'* *'IiO, _;L ND PARK R 3!54
O, .. VEL [ Al H COLONY
LUBi .r0. the O 'rI, swimmingg
S, .. X. l. te 0i' cour ts, club
,t .\. ied ,i n. two bath,
S.,: apaj ti, t available on
tr 'r tse. Contact
. | 8 vern q 1 7-706 5.
l L F E N CL i S F D


C13122
VESPA 150 cc. scooter
$125.00. Lady Esther, East
Bay Marine.

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

C13056
SETS of World Book
Encyclopedia Chiickraft World
Atlas and Di, n,.,iries. For
information ,:all 23'21.

C13057
1 Cib with matiess
1 hiah chair
I soldering gun
1 megaphone
Items of silver and pewtel
Miscellaneous parts for
cabinets and other woodwork
Metal frames ideal for
display board
1 Antique gold leaf framed
mir Iorc
1 secretarial desk
1 desk 36 x 72 inches and
chairs
Miscellaneous desk accessories.
Call 23921.

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

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

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

PETS FOR SALE
C13142
Purebred German Shepherd
puppies. 6 weeks old, wormed.
After 5:30 p.m. calf 5-2509.


| SCHOOLS
C13039
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.
C13147
GUITAR CLASSES. Group or
individual instructions. Call
52354 mornings.

IN MEMORIAL
C 13149




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IN LOVING memory of
JAMES E. BUTLER who
departed this life January 8th
1973.
No condemnation now I dread;
Jesus, and all in Him, is mine!
Alove in Him, my living Head.
And clothed in righteousness
divine,
Bold I aoproach the eternal
throne,
And claim the crown, through
Chr ist, my own.
Sadly missed by his children
Bursell, Mavis, Sheila and
Lialda; sister Beatrice
Wiliarmns. neighbours, relatives
and friends .


Shr Qribune
Published daily
Monday to Saturday.


C37 MAJOR C


Mackey Street
L& p., i,'" "It Aveimi-
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P.O.Box N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
HEAVY UTY 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.


C13055
FOR REPAIRS on sma!!
electrical appliances at
reasonable prices call 27612,


C13062
T.V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes,
apartments and hotels
SALES AND SERVICES
Call 5 9404
WORLD OF MUSIC
Mackey Street next to Frank's
Place


Vibratory Belt
KEEP F IT AT HOME
EXERCISE EQUIPMENT
F-OR SMALL OR RENT
I LLEPHONE
\ASSAU DRUG STORE
SIHUBERT WONG
b-4506

C13134
R & R PROPERTY
MAINTENANCE proudly
anroune i the opening of their
offices in the Malton House,
Collms Avenue. We iow your
lawn, spryuv your plants and do
any repSals to your home. For
quilk and( efficient service, call
52539.

C 13144
BAHAMAS ANTENNA
SYSTEMS
Phone 23371 51772
T.V. installations starting at
$145.00.


C13143
HAVE YOUR patio chairs
rewebbed like new. For further
particulars call Stephen
3-1715. No obligations.


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"ETHELRED" IS LOST!
Male Terrier !ost Saturday,
Eastern Road. Medium size
dog, curly grey-black hair.
Wearing red Collar. Phone
4-1267. Large reward.

C13130
REWARD offered for the
return of a five month old
black log, wearing black colla'.
Lost I, st Saturday night in the
area oa Westward Villas aind
Cable B.'ach. A,.swers to the
name Panther", Anvoner
seeing thi, dog contact Mr.
Tells Smith at 78055 or
52000.

NOICE

C13135
THIS is to inform the public
that the land at Blanket Sound
and Staffoid Creek, Andio, is
owned by Melbourn Bic .-n
and cannot be sold without nmy
consent.
Signed: MELBOURN BROWN.


POSITION WANTED
C13114

WELL-EDUCATED young
lady with Baharnian status,
college graduate, speaks and
writes German. French,
Spanish and English fluently,
seeks position. Please contact
Mrs. Roberts at 42016 or wi'te
to P. O. Box N8282.

HELP WANTED
C 13063
POSITION AVAILABLE FOR
MASTER MARINER Island
Cement Company Limited. P.
O. Box 5140, Nassau. Bahamas
is seeking a qualified Bohamira',
for Master of the M'VV "Island
Cement", a 1500 DWT Bulk
Ocean Vessel. Applicarnt must
be at least 30 years of age
'utlly qualified as to education'
and professional expel eire.
possessing a Bir ish
Foreign-Going Master Mai ci
Certificate.
Applicants to please apple in
writing to the above addess-
giving a full resume uf
education, expel ericc and
technical certification.
C13024
EXPERIENCED COOK wit.;
excellent references. One it
family. Tel. 7-7240.

C13118
ONE TAILOR with 2 to 5
years experience. Must be able
to cut coat ard paitp
Apply to: Mrs Carl Webster. P
0. Box 69, Nassau.


C13125
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.
C13155
YOUNG Man with experience
in hardware and knowledgeable
in bolts and nuts. Apply Maura
Lumber Company in writing P.
0. Box N-8177, Nassau.


C13153
ONE farm worker. Call
Dean 3-6394.


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C13137
WANTED: Assistant Manager
for local maintenance andi
supply operation. Applicants
should have at least one veai 's
experience in an admrinistrative
capacity. Should also be willing
to train in various facets of
building maintenance. Salary y
to be commensurate with)
qualifications and expeiierne.
Call 4-2578 for appoil tr t.
A valid diiveis' slcm r,- ,s
essential.
C13131
TRAVEL REPRESENTATIVE
for Canadian Travel Cormoaii.
to be permanently based in
Nassau. Knowledge of Frenih
and previous experience i
dealing with t o'i r s'. t
advantageous. 6 day week
odd hours. Contact Maiestic
Tours, tel: 22606.


COSMETIC

PANY


MARiEUNG

)smetic and fragrance
a worldwide basis, has
tional organization for a
s sales and marketing

based in Nassau, and
ospect of substantial

t will have, at least, a
cation, a feeling for
willingness to travel
of the year.
, higher education, and
will all be helpful.

o Mrs. D. Knowles, P. 0.
mas.


GRAND E



ICLASV


S WANTED
REAL ESTATE WANTED
C6585'>
Island, 200 aries o movie foi
development. Richa d A.
Little, 136 Chilean Ave., Palm
Beach Fla. 33480.


HELP WANTED
C13063
POSITION AVAILABLE FOR
MASTER MARINER Island
Cement Company Limi ted, P.
0. Box 5140. Nassau, Bahamas
is seeking a qualified Bahamian
for Master of the M/V "Island
Cement", a. 1500 DWT Bulk
Ocean Vessel. Appliant must
be at least 30 yeans of age,
fully qualified as to education
ard professional expe rlen' e,
p os' s 1 inig ,1 Ir 'Ir h
o oie in(ji Goir j Mastr i Ma ie
.ei tit ii ate.
Appli ants to plea,e apply in
wilting to the above addcnss
giving a full I csumlle (,f
educLation, expei rine aMind
te'chnt ical cei tifu K tiilo .

C6584
HOUSf- KEE Pt: R
r.'lat une si gi v,' .iii r fi ,
f l I( lT '. ':. i t,,d( i I
live u' i i: l d i vid u i l ill I1 e
totally i I 'spto l si le fi
adniinist i ti i tof household,
iclud q ( (i ) ki g, i lanmrig,
) tui( sin, g, 'Itc AIlso itu ,t hI i
c-Ipable o f (o mi di matilig
iiinici iriis Sr iail n it' vw hi h
executive eaii ei in Duing
S( hool hold'y will he
I spontsi Ile h (i 1 t'v woI l eenI'ii e

Apply I to: Giiid Bahanla
Devel(pn e'nt (.oc nr y l.t d.,
Pel 'i s o ll Ie Depai t nlri t.
L tiiya i Hiildi (, P 0 f -o
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be neluabe.
Apply In rpe' s.i AIr oild
Ma1 ti E eight Mile Rock,
G anrld ictiharna.


WRECKER SERVICE
Gibson Wrecker Service2-8896


FOR THE ACTION YO1 WANT



Shop Nassau Merchants
For Business And Services


HELP WANTED TRADE SERVICES
C 131 4 C13054
WAMNTF .i ,, :,,a,. 1 () INFORMATION n,
Hotel P( ,' .t M,,.1I,, C iMi to l,lshr u l youlr h l,,io
C a'/ 'tla P vr .'iii h w ill ()iv > yorll 30 ye.il, );
rexpfcrnirn i-,,,',. t, iri t ,liul, ,t fire serviPe. Call 21612
inteiviov. ,'.** fn ', !l
2-1821 .

TRADE SERVICES
C13045


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S HELP WANTED
C6581
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
TEACHER Must have B.A
degree and Teacher's
Cer tificate in Elementar
Education. At least 2 years of
experience required.
ft interested, call Sister Mary
Alice, Mary Star of the Sea
School. Freeport 373 3456.


C6586
SPANISH TEACHER Must
be able to teach ALM Spanish
Must have B.S. or B.A. degree
in Spanish. At least 2 years of
expe el nce.
ii inteested, call Sister Mary
Aloie, Mary Star of the Sea
Si hool, Fteeport 373-3456.


C6583
SURVEY WORK: Party chief
for civil engineering layout,
must have a least five years
experience arid references.
Bahamiarns only need apply:
San Jose Construction, P. 0.
Box F-2494, Freeport.
Bahamas, Telephone 352-7461.


XP[ RIENCED Dynahoe
Hackhoe and Front End loader
operator required in Freeport,
must have three years
experience arid references.
Bahamians only need apply:
San Jose Construction, P. 0.
Box F-2494, Freeport,
Bahanmas, Tlephone 352-7461


A CARD M ANG E PR.
BUTCHFI R: Minimumni of three
yuea'i experience in first class
hotels or restaurants. Good
references and Police
Cai tifi(ate required.
AppIcanits should apply in
person to: The Per sonnel
Department, Bahamas
Amusements Limited, El
Casino, P. 0 Box F-787,
Ereeport,. Grand Bahama.


HI


ANTENNAS HARDWARE
Island TV 2-2618 John S. George 2-8421/6

AUTOMOTIVE LADIES'PANTIES
Lucas Batteries ABBIE LTD. 3-4208
Bay Street Garage Ph. 2-2434 Ladies' Panties Wholesale Only
BODY BUILDING LAUNDRY
Wong's Barbell Club 5-4506 DRY CLEANING
OOKSTORNew Oriental Laundry 2-4406
The Christian Book LOCKSMITH
Shop 5-8744 y's Recor
Bahamas Lock & Key
BUILDERS 2-4591 ext.C147
Richard's Construction5-7080 MEN'S & BOYS' /NEAR

CAMERAS The Wardrobe 5-5599
John Bull 2-4252/3

CARPETS MUSIC
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993 Cody's Records 2-8500

CUSTOMS BROKERS OPTICIANS
Martin's 2-3173 Optical Service Ltd. 2-3910/1

DEPT. STORES PRINTING
Pixie's Dept. Store 2-3173 Wong's Printing 5-4506

DRAPERIES RADIO & T.V. SALES
Lee's Carpet Craft 31993 Carter's Records 2-4711

DRUGS &
PRESCRIPTIONS RUBBER STAMPS
Wong's Rubber Stamp
McCartney's 5-6068/5-2127 Congs Rubber -Stamp4506
Co. 5-4506
ENTERTAINMENT
Movies SPORTS GOODS
Film& Equip. Service 2-2157 Champion Sport Land 2-1862

FLOOR MAINTENANCE TRAVEL
Rug Cleaning & Installation Playtours 2-2931/7
Island Interiors 5-3576/4-2191 R. H. Curry & Co., 2-8681/7

GARDEN & PET TRUCKING SERVICE
Modernistic Gar. & Pet 2-2868 Gonzalez Trucking
Nassau Garden & Pet 3-1562/2-4726
Montrose Avenue 2-4259


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THE Make Ilon Very CROSS-word. The one with no nuimlbrs
and, except for the fir-t In each section. no order to the cluti-.
One hint by compiler. TIM McKAY : The nine-letter word- are
sitting up waiting to be solved. Solution on Mondis.
Facliul feature i(4)
Eons. (4)
Kick (3)
Money store (5)
Gaelic. (I)
Clues IDoIIw
No successful result iitilc .
S- --------- ---(9)
Kitchen Item. (fi)
Spanish man. (53)
In addition. (I)
Beers. (4)
Water miovetemnts (. 1
Unmarried. (6)
-Unpleasant old olnoman. (3)
So inn am-
bul Ism IOL OS JW "k
(9) lME FTE
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Clues Across
Slick past (anag.). (9)
Road dues. (4)
Shlit and agile. (5)
('Corridor in church. (5)
Portion of butter. (3)
For the moment. (9)
Food prorramme. (4)
Make. a mistake. (3)



Winning

Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
All I ask," pleaded South.
looking accusingly at his Guard-
ian Angel, is a fair break. I
don't expect every card to be
right, so long as every one isn't,
V wrong either."
The G.A. waved his magir
wand.
Dealer North: E W Vul.
North
SA 10 8 5 3
SQJ 109 a

West Easat
7 6 4 K J 2
7 3 2
A 10 6 5 J 3 2
4 K 10 9 8 7 4 A 6 3 2
South
# Q 9 4
SOAK 65 4
0 9874
North South
1 # 2 0
4 ?
West led a club to East's 4,A.
won the diamond return and
continued with another diamond.
South's problem was to avQid
the loss of two spades. Having
studied textbooks, he knew that
two finesses would give him a
long odds-on chance. So long as
Weat held either honour or both.
he couldn't lose.
Alis, East held both honours,
Very unlucky. South was about
to complain, when a chord
snapped on the magic harp and
the scales fell from his eyes.
He couldn't el.mlnate the dia-
monds, for after two ruffs he
could only get back to his hand
by using dummy's last trump.
But one diamond ruff would
have robbed East of his exit
card. Coming In with his first
spade honour he would have had
to return another spade or con-
cede a ruff and discard.


tilil. (5)
Point. (3)
Given for a
time. (4)
lie dIs-
h o n e. t
Declare. (3) D
Cut of
meat. (4) Yesterday'ia oltlins



Chess
By LEONARD BARDEN


Russia's Ewflimn Gelle: B:.
tl move sacrificed two pa'-n, -
reach this position agai-t I.
lands Jan l'iminan in ti I
versum tournament The i
king is groggy but T'iim.
expected to tihnt on after 1
R-B1 cli: 2 K-Kt3. Q--ti cl
K-H3.
Geller s next lmoe iii the
grain forced near-i:i:o.a'..
resign tion. What did 1h,.w p:
as black. and why did Wh te
up ?
Par times. 30 :ec.,nds chi
master: 1 minute. chess Xpn'
minutes. count % plit ei
m in lltp ,. ,iih i l'i, I
minutes. average; A0 ;i.:'
novice

Chess Solution
1 . P-QR3' and Whi, ,
signed It 2 Q, RP. Q -B4 '
3 K- Kt 3 K Ktl, R-,
mate., R-Ktl ch 4 K R:
Q Kt5 mate.


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REXMORGAN, M.D. By -ALCURTIS


7 CARROLL RIGHTER'S


A K from the Carroll Righter Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: Many upsets can
\1 take place today unless you think out a course
of action you want to be in effect Allow nothing of an
unexpected nature to alter your plans. Snow your family they
really mean everything to you. Relax at home
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Show kin that you are loyal to
them if there should be some quarrel with an outsider Make
sure you are fair-minded in all your dealings
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Much care in motion is
needed now to avoid possible accidents. Shop with care and
count your change. Avoid any extravagance in anything
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Expenses come up that you
had not counted on; be sure to budget carefully so that they
can be covered adequately. Read some tonight.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You may find
there are delays in trying to put through personal aims, but
perseverance will eventually make them successful.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Keep away from the outside
world for now and see if you can get everything around you
running more smoothly. Do what you can for one in need.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) It's fine to be with friends,
but be sure you are not demanding in any way. Steer away
from any arguments. Show that you have poise.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Keep busy at your work
regardless of interruptions at this time Handle a credit matter
quietly. Accept invitation to social affair.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Your new ideas arc fine so
be sure not to toss them aside. A new contact makes remarks
you can let in one ear and out the other.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Take care o: your
obligations in a most conscientious way or you could get into
trouble with higher-ups. Be more reasonable.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Know what it is that
associates need and then do your utmost to cooperate with
them. Sidestep arguments and get along better.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 1,9) You are tempted to go iti
on some tangent and leave important obligations behind you
but this would only make matters worse.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Make sure you don't overlook
any important duties. Make progress while the making is good.
Evening is best for a little social fun.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY . he will have
obligations to meet early in life and face up to many others
during lifetime, so teach the importance of being practical,
even if the mind is centered on having fun Give as good an
education as you can afford and direct it toward business, fo,
which your progeny will have a definite flair.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!

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Rupert can hera' .< Cr . '. 1 : s N.Jg Ii .'ut
in the holuw buti t '," i '.'. i ro dsoes io
appear ac -:i.' o.:i'L i' i .iai.iy with I
sig h H ,. it. 1 ' 1 tr orn : ol sitl
bushes and int little bt ,i ( lkhtes ;i-ght of
Rollo with the Gipsy Grainny i't'ori waits for
h:s chum to ; ri *' i oici:- that


Granny is prodding the undergrowth with her
slick Are you looking for something.
Rollo ? ha asks. Yes, Granny has lost a
string of onions." replies the gipsy boy. "She
always hanas them on the caravan to dry, but
today she discovered one string was missing."
All. RIGHTS RESERVED


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no proper liaintes. TO itA.'-
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38 words, verp good: io i ordl-
c(rellent. olultion oln Wtliti-tl-.i
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corng corni co\er ((I'<> IIlN,
row rie crew rc iil il (iiiiv 'r reimi
crow crowing crown erglon iiit
gore gre r gin groti grills gruilt
ignore iron ogre oilie'r Iri'
orcii n iwlier re'oln -lilr r o ,i;ii
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W i\V l \ IO R I( % S ,I I S t S' ii d tht i t : .. !. '' ,
t,.it. thut\ roati t tu itt'll, l h i1,:,' ,.+ ..k.. h.'nak ht+ :ii ad h I + Johi tB ll lik[ s, tI, it ht : t L k t b II v-t i 1 1 i I
lodd '"It,11 lk team t C.uJ ' a' uI'r itm ii I t, [
So fari no teum Iiii th it ,' 1i d ,' I C iu h .i he a m Knd Ii '.1
lt ,r, w laist night t ht t h r lh d m inlii m this Idl0"-,',
P~rintce !W!ilam --, Hig! ;_.ah i i Rd j\ R toLc onnl-wd iLtl .+h I 011,11j;::'(lu u~+ ]:

(artxvirght tora totl t P' 'i cBus s The Hu lk 'l it n 1 t n ll dctnLd,'
thLir u d hdc te cd rc',o ,l I t iaml,
(Car-IvW lht and Phi te lu I ) tI lv th
hoar s \with Ii ,And I I ,' n Mis,1 PL* ei\%
Kenth (I rt rightly o a,': :rcld ]t
On the IJ S ld' Oi. t- Pi st<, ,l i,
I evonni \ot xc L' a in o! 2 at lemIpt,
topping hIt' t'in i lth 23 I Iook a i I
rebouldds Starringston I lcrgson scored
ano theu r i it t rl i 2om it p -
'I h iprcs !S like' an o a trIin' d .'.ntas
sald Iodd, L. oni"siLICdrd Olc ot thl bIc
detfunsive iiiihes in the II !a iue "You u tI. il
pre llher to ( hakt ,li p t nIwi tltL d O \ i
sle the pr-ess ttO gut ti gi,0 o1 0 hn othu ,!dI V
to turnover th ball
\With II p[l t s ta t r it ,!h Iath dd I
night tI(11 idtd ti. te 1 m i111-1 to to M o mo tcnt1, I F
sildels hil h l used ticttt.i'lt to w ar dt
the n tslortiunid Breuci rs I h hid ii ..iq
Ithe strtingh ie led i,, RN aT d Chlart, h.. ....
s"et the stage tr ini earli 14 2 lead t hiact t .
tioah ISI idrl Ihi sot n tight tiie out 11
\,ais thin IlIodd intr.,dtcrdi !b ccit- d i ldi' id
it thi STrphnn LBI1ow i n I up [ iru H
,L.ccefor- 0e 11). Joh Ln ;!t! m1 nt I dJI thM'n
I point lead
I;o vni inlt th tOiL d 1 two
qiuirttr I rla r, cu (Irlinder i'd a ll.V +at-k
iag inst tin Bulls tm,, n ,ix quick k ,
akinig 2'S- i lad ItIt the sit, d qtu,
John ( ull it a n s1 n- ri3g pi), in ru- "
44 22 hi the end () thu hi:P
Ro.,c i i the in ti t ;iuairter.s nrttcd a I
tof 5 points t,, hil ( art ,right addcd 12 gi' -'
th BILIlls a t to amnd a hi l gl nc s lead 'i
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S,; ), | ,i a Rk d e'. Spo rt Shop 1 1t(,-s
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GOLF MEETING lit thetL ar Ri In: Koi -d
Si i \tI \ -i' aJnd g ie 10 ass ts tbr ingi -. s.t -. ,
'l !I I all d a, hal t 'amel leK ad ovt er deL ..nd ;'I i ip-
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S . , ga high ol 3. points I .t \ i-'-
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KARATE ap!tlired a team high t)l 10 tlo lJ-
BeiIg lpthe best 0t tenS"Ce C'A.inW i 't- 'LjO ,.
I l' k" \ l l I ) l I ;Saint t,(oo) k )Ill the lir ,! *i*:"i;7*, ;,,
' t h,\\ s there sI irenlglh o)pen it; :(i .id
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aead 51 ;4 knowles in 0hw" *d w
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points last night



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I it and i withered i itment ui


\lin s i aliors tt Itle gIamne
Slinkkiini agii trollownIiig
iu lit IindaIiinc s ail tour
I uilis.h I up ,Aili s hiheli
"til sit i thrld l I th)in Saitirdal\'
it S ni 1Li\ last weekenld
i't I Iliut l i t ienetrg\ crisis.
I w I t s.i lithl t iri!g listme
pI i"te oiiid! s IcerI hi.d ever
been plai\ d in hIi s cii ilrt
nill a S ii \
No Ill tIil ii I oresi anlld
anchesitter ( i\ agreed today
to pla\ tlie ti iiourth round
gaitme inll t I nigist ( uIp I)
S it ndai\ lani;air'. 27.


Noittingham siaged a third
ronitd ,game against Bristol
Rovers last Situnday drew
23.456 people almost
doritle its average gate

tlie 92 English league
clubh hard hitt tianciallt bK
the ban on floodlightsl and
e a r I v kick -oils, began
look ing towards Sunda%
soccer as a solution of their
problems.

Ted Croker, recentlyI
appointed secretary of the
English Football Association
(FA), said "I have always
felt, ever since my own
p la ying days. that
professional football on


Stt lindarNi' w Iiild have to ci n i
I .tiln srpris-d it hiu s la ii
so loili
'Plet ts O l Othhr spot l s
ltake place before vitn !!
crowds n Sl iinda\'ls Ltit i
would impl\ 1 be t ollow! in, i
lead
Derrick Robllins, plus.Nil j
ot fir-st Dl)isiton OI( n ili'
(it\ a hloig tne advocail' it
Sunday soccer,, said '' ii
saiw liuo siuccet s li l tliho h t ui
cutp igaites were last Stindl\
Now let I' have kIt tait
folhtball
Peter Swales, chairman it
Manchester Cit ,. said "I
would like to see a full scale'
fixttire switched ito Siinda


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Lashley and Murray rescue Barbados


t \SSlI II RRtI St Kils
A g auit in pitarn riship bIy
Peler 1 asliie' i ri 1' i and Da\id

of a dlt ill positIonI to one o)l
compare( e sae l I on I\ Itc I lithe thiid
day ot ihe SI hell Shielld cricket
mllatch piltIng aitbhidos against
the ('Combined Islands
Pla sltartetld estrday eight
ninuteis late tk'beca.use of a
threat of tain which did not
colme lilarbados overnight was
25 for I wi'cket


Sh' Islanids hst success was
when (eolffrey I(reenidge wasi
brilliantly run out by Vivli
Richards with a imarvellous
throw square of lthe wicket
Night watchIlman taon)
Howard did good job in a
defiant 45 minutes k'ot)ck
today to add 24 runs before
heing howled by ('orriette.
The 50 partnership between
Ashley and Murray was in 72
minutes and 100 came in 139
minutes. They took the score


Ironmt i4 for 3. to I 0() !t 4
Noland Clarke had a
charmed lite at the ,w, kN. I
w hen three doll) chliane s
ottered by him were d10ropped
before he tell I BW to I'litlli
for 15
( ordon G(reeidge site hid
from a bad blow in hlie latie
last evening behLfore bein
caiight by lutinley o(l Robeosl
for 12. The 200 iwas posted
today in 208 minutes ol pila,
At close of plat Barbados,


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S.;i Harbadlit s r 14S aisdi
l !,1 1t i ,i (. m)lull killed Isla, lds


ALLEN INGRAHAM


Thomipson. t tIllAi k .uld
Russell
In tlh.' JKi .i; S ies
I e rgusoni's ',t i. m .nnt 't
com. pleteld (i( p.it I n I i
attempts l or 155 s I
Dl)S w th 1 1 i c pi:,il s In
,all IIergiuson ., I! jlc i- 4, 0'
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leading The I xii' ,' ;l l,;]ir
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III I BAHAMAS Aimerican
I !, ti ill associationn' s season
; I]ds this Saturday whetn a
''tdmlbined Nassau Jets. AllD)
Stingrat s and Marlins team
P'tI a 0 combined ru.ishers,
liriuanes, and (Clssic Pros
ile int the -ll-Star (IGane in
I i itpotl .
li et Jets, BA :FA I leagueI
tip io)ns for the second
ilriight \nar. form the bulk ofl
h. IJets,. Stingrays and M\arlins
I ,'nhilnationt with IS plah 'ers.
lie \lMarlins, ('raw ish BowlI
i tiu tlnpionsIt have 13 plat er, .1nd
s; i tllgtigra s nine.
D)oni Huyler, the League's
u. l ilng scorer with I 7
;,'i, Ihdowns 11"I 102 point ) play s
.' VIe te 'ver for theu
SI. gSt ingria s M\arlins team
IIi\ !r also fintisthed secondt d i
I l I league's pass receive ing
ith l '-4 catches for 5(0) s, .Iat
u: age ot 2'3 7 yds.
lets star running hacks
t',,e IiRussell and 1 rl
Ii ',i c k together with Marlins,
ninlig i hack Rick, e
I li0t1psa,0n fonrl a !ormitdahle
t lg ` ttlih rlait)loll
hi inig th ionhinauion
I)w,;ing the regular series
it ,a Russell became the tirst
.i,tti taiirn football plain ur tl
s i t or 1000 \ yards
In eight gailles the inm tedit le
1-. 'C'li aJllscd a total oI t lo10
ii, ill 103 I ute lpts tfor Jtl
',. ;,i e o 1 ]() 5 \ ds .i ltn 11
t t l downs
Icl inmate aIl Bl'\W k.
m. iittli n id tiird in thi
I t, .it'us riuslinLgl w ih "112 \J ds
S ittimllpts and I)DS.
!1L idcd the League's pass
Still iig snapping uip 21
l ti foit 474 i ., at ian
tu.ie tO f t }3 dis dtld 4 I'D)S
Ricke I lhompson hero Mol
I lie rawi lish tBowl a eI ( tt
limslthild fourth in the I league's
;islling with 42's ,ds int 102
Alleilpts ait an average )of 4 2
\ s arnd ,S fi)S
In ss' I rgtison m Jets
i al tlt l ', k ', N. i,,ll he the inan
l10' ,. i' O t'eedid n I tlt r\ !t r


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in ll pa1 s ei' lltring behind

s a, g I I \ is antid I I1)
11i lce Snuth liinished ill nlllilh
place \ c ii (I caiitlices o I I 1
i alg 21 yds aind I 1 I)
( li iehirs tiuarle t back I>.it
S tani wI I ill hc ll inlln to hiu
\lii i Rolle \ )Ms on b. l .ind
Smith w ith al u iuite p ssNe s
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.lie UK lh ded in [l,' ( li 'i .'! s
I t ri 'ui t t I I ( I t '.l I I ph ,\
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I I Ill', S M aill and I' 1 ,11lilt
Iead t h. i tl llie
I!-Srtigl .itI s-\ l tid l Is .laIn wi ill
I* \ \.li Bltown a\ rlirms
a... ) ( t liig \\'euint i \Ill t e
' ,in iI I th 1 I te il is \ I
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I .ill the; \ ,I I ll .i is ill he.i I i

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DON HUYLER


STARS CLASH IN END




OF THE SEASON GAME


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North take Bowl again


I \\1i \ K ten I (Iraiindh eri ,
c're'd 'I i toucithdowns, theI
se >.nd tlIe'r ia lourthIrI-dowI I n
,amt ble I ll t i iuth backi, ret d.
' i tis l~"tiu 'It it Il 2' s 11 rl rit,
I SunIdai in the
\ ,er, i;; lio\\l all -s ai football

I lie Ittih losing Nl r the
i i in t ttic i ear
histo i\ oI li gj',lilt hJds
a li on lt lit N tlis iplai olI
I' h I ii ,J i !! tilti i li i n pointer
ItRoili t 't i i t i \uit, n ril

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w as i iill s t s \ Ird l1t1
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I lie I rl It unable t must leI'
i tit i ,tin ti.k wt i r t'ced r o

Kiti l ilitd ( ,ii ([eii t'Ih k on(ined
I l iIrt' lt in s It i t l 4I Ir


ordtldl !'Iti \olliutip4 n a('r io
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dli e It nIg |Iitin\n .it ne on a
]1) \ aid p ass tioin Boston
( oIIlei e u I ti ll llai k (r ar\
'-raii n \ I o i'hIt e d St c e,
( l til t \Jutl' Apestesih
( iiri d e t\ rusIh d foi 1 t5

itind e.iu l tii shiiil io t ori l s t
i .l' l aiptds itt i\ M er lr .t
rI tn d it ill pr 7.i for

hliMllile. \with the Sou thi onli
s cl(t) IC inIIn1 on a iT-I ard pad ,
unlin I loiitli haltuhack NIa
\ooIc to widLe rcLci\er Mark
,aketided ol Iai pa
I he North's other score
.ine ton a a ne m ard run ib\
Ka nsas State' Isaac Jackson in
lhe third quarter ( A\P)

MONZON: I'LL
QUIT
SAN I A\ II. Middleweight
world bho\ng .hai|plaon Carlos
Mon/otn sid Lioda y he is
quitting boxinLg matter he
lIelnds the title in Paris Feb. 9
against Jose Napoles, of

In an dannouIcement to
newsmen homletiown ifans here.
|on/on said simple "the fight
with Napoles will be mny last
tighIt And I will prepare for
t h e Na pol) es fight
conscientiously because I want
to retire the crown in my
hands"


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AMERICAN FOOTBALL By Ivan Johnson


Britain moves towards Sunday soccer


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