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Publication Date: January 9, 1974
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VOL. LXX1, No. 39 Wednesday January 9, 1974




Sll I Threat to withdraw backing
I-ts1-


Inspection of the Guard: Chief Justice Leonard J. Knowles inspects the guard of honour outside the Law Court building
this morning during the opening of the quarterly criminal sessions. /'ictune' PI'lLIPSYMONE7TI'E


Violent crime 'on the increase'


By SIDNEY DORSETT
(1111 I J 'W S II Lcontird J.
Knowles i omm'niii.i t' ing on the
OCCul relc, t tCrli!e dullllng the1
op'lilllg of the J ) nular,
CrniinAil S.'ssi, nsti iiim ormlinl
st tl.d I llit "whllc lh total
nltu!m,' oe l cfwrimin rimcs has
remained oii or less s'tedy,
Crtiiles i )t iolciit'i lt ie on tiie
lan' i'it'' m11 thk i lah l sn i ts,
Iti ( iin i 1s J. t k li' inidlt' ,i
cominlints in iti rc' pres'lnce of a
lar,- n' ii bcr T ) i i j +'\ cr ,
i :i\ s .i II l h- ip111 Siiii iiuth
Sa.i ui I (i rahiiili arnd I lt'e
Prove M11rshta Ill aind
( ;i ,l \I fr
SJi t 'i 1 I 'Fhom iso-,ii shortly\


honour-guard outlsile the Law
(Court Building.
'I he inspection fhad followed
allttendance at the annual Assize
religious service conducted by
D)ean William (;ranger at Christ
Church Cathedral
Mr Knowles s.laid that
figures suggest that while the
total number of serious crimes
h.is re'i.inied more or less
steady .runes of violence are
on the increase.
"I will leave it to the
SoC Ilogilsts to suggest the
reasons for this. "But he said.
"the fatt that there exists the
saine tendency in other parts
if lih world wt'fers cold
. iltort "
riomi .1 list of figures


compiled by the police he
compared the period between
1971 up to last year.
Concerning the number of
cases of murder before the
courts, in 1071 there were 12
with 9 in 1972 and 15 in 1973.
On armed robbery there were
tour in 197 1. eight in 1972 and
24 last year In 1971 there
were eight cases of rape, 24
cases in 1972 and five in 1973,
he said.
Comparing the total number
of cases coming before the
courts in that period, he said
that in 1971 there were 126. in
1972 there was a decrease with
101 and :.in increase of 136 last
year
Hle said that some comfort


comes however, from the
knowledge that we have an
efficient police force although
it is understaffed. The
members of the force, he said,
are perfectly aware of the
problem.
The courts have an
important part to play in
dealing with crime, the Chief
Justice said. The punishment
handed down on offenders
should suit the crime and if the
judge is too severe, he would
have failed in his duty and may
be corrected upon an appeal.
The administration of
justice, he said, should also be
based on public confidence and
public approval "I am sure
that all right thinking members
Page 3 Col. 8


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Judges and members of the Bahamas Bar attended annual services conducted at Christ Church Cathedral by Dean William
Granger this morning. Also there were Attorney General Paul Adderley and American Ambassador to the Bahamas, Ronald
Spiers, and Mrs. Spiers.


POLICE SEIZE CUBAN FISHING BOATS


THREE of the eight Cuban
fishing bo,,ts lihal lihave
reportedly been fishing
within Bahamian territorial
water, off Long Island for a
week hase bt'en ,eized b v
police alld tar expected to be


escorted into Nassau late
today.
Deputy Commissioner of
Police Gerald Bartlett told
The Tribune that two of the
fishing boats were seized
yesterday afternoon and the


third was taken into custody
this morning. Hie did not
know how many Cuban
nationals were aboard the
seized vessels.
Mr. Barnett said he did not
yet know what had become


of the remaining five fishing
boats.
Involved in the seizures
were the police launches
Acklins, San Saladot and
Eleuthera.


MP attacks the delay


By MIKF LOTHI'AN
ItHY 1i ) II 1 .\KI m'It n
da\ s t r aI ) iolici ht o to g't ti,,
l I Nlg Isl.i. t I st.'p C bans
fro m l bi1t 1 I' \ s i '
waters '
Clarence I o.n 1' Michael
Light bourn posed th at
qutlston loda\ as hie served
notice liat when lite House otf
Asscinmb reconvenes ont
January 2 t3 lie will seek t he
appoi until t of a select
committee "to invest igate lit ,'
c
the llmatter was.is lh ndled '
iM r t i 1. i g t i o u rn s
hard-hitting press staIteiment.
which also attacki'i, the
Gioverni in I-n t ownedIl h Radio
Bahamas ,was sparked biy the
unchallenged presence a
quarter-mile off the south lend
of Long Island of eight Cuban'
fishing boats for a week
'lirete of thie flltf inL' ve'sst'ls
haive now bl'Cen l t'i'il it\ police
and are L'\pe ctd to lit'
escorted inlto Nassau late L
today He olieC i fiveC
apparently escaped
"Last Tuesda.," Mr.
Lighthourn said todaa "'cightl
Cuban fishing boats fls ing the
Cuban flag anchored within a
quarter of a mile of Southecnd
Point. Long Island and
lowered their traps and started
fishing lor grouper lbis was in
Bahamian waters and obvliosly"
against the Bialiani!u law.
'"The police i Nadssalu were
notified the same daV I am l
told "'
Mr Lighthourn referred to



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Im


,i1 interview's of some of lthe
( lib.in tishern ei., aboard one of
the vC ess'els last I liursmfd, bh
'Channecl 4 telev'ist's on in Miatili.
in \which the iishrTiien said
the\ were told by their
( ; L'rnlment that they could
ti sh wherever they wanted.
"Between l'iursda, and
Friday of last week," Mr.
Limghtbourn continued, "one or
mor e of the police boats were
apparently on their way very
indirectly to Long Island, and
turned back t o Nassati.
supposedly due to rough seas
when they reached the Ragged
Island area.
"Finally on Monday evening
three police boats set out Ior
Long Island and arrived
yesterdayy capturing three oft
the boats, as the others had
alreiadi leftL.
"'What is absolutely amta/ing
to mle." thie Long Island
representative declared, "is
Iit it took tlihe Marine
divisionn otf lth Bahamas Police


fishermen of the Bahamas cant
e\pect little help from the
police boats.
'I he waters of the Bahamas
should be the fishing grounds
for Bahamian fishermen, and
not Cubain fishermen who can
stay in one spot in full view ofi
a people for seven days and
enijo uninterrupted fishing"
lie said when the House
reconuvenies later in the month
he would table a notice for an
investigative committee "It is
possible that this matter will be
before the courts, inm which
case I would have to nostpotne
the discussion in tihe House of
Assembly until tie matter is
out of the courts."
Mr Lightbourn took strong
e\xeption to the fact that
"ZNS refused to make any
mention of the presence of
these boats in Bahamian waters


until Monday night, by
re ferring to a tlim1,\
G(;vernment release ot 111t
:same day.
"I sent ZNS a press iclas.'
on Monday afternoon at five'
o'clock with reference to these
Cuban boats and ZNS refused
to put the release on the air
"Of what use ts /NS itf they
onl, report certain news'"' he
asked.

lie said it was "another
prime example of /\S
witholding news.
Another recent example tie
said, was when ZNS refused
"to put on a release of nine in
which I supplied what I
considered was proof that Milo
Butler and Sons were selling an
item above the Government
retail price ceiling."


Support for centre


BRIDGETOWN (AP) The
C' bbrihl':in t uri em t to


Iorce severe days to get anmy ln t u t n ire, o'
b orct se o get an ,th be established in Barbados this
boats to the spot where the o
('u,i' wr .e fishing. year. has received growing
ha she use of the support from governments and
What is te use of the organizations in the area,
police boats if they are all tied orn te r
tip it the Bayshore Marina tourism minister Peter Morgan
om last Friday to Monday "Recent progress has been
nighlit while' ('ubanis are fishmg c
oif ILong Island' Whi did they most encouraging." Morgan
n la n a told a meeting of the board of
inot leave sooner? If the seas
Spl directors of the centre.
were too rough as reported Sufficient finances had been
then the police boats are of no raised from the Caribbean area
tuse to alone for the directors "to approach
Mr. L.ghlbourn charged that w it l confidence the
it would appear that the


Oil squeeze move in
PORT OF SPAIN. Trinidad handle petroleum products and
(AP) In a move to put an oil other cargo destined for the
squeeze on Grenada, G(eorge strike-torn Caribbean island by
Weeks. leader of Trinidad's either ship or plane.
powerful Oilfield Workers In a letter to Texaco, Weeks
Trade Union (OWTU), Tuesday said the ban is effective
instructed members employed immediately and was intended
by Texaco Trinidad not to to help the people of Grenada


foundations from whom it is
hoped to obtain more financial
assistance for the centre.
"These will be appointed by
Aniba. the Bahamas, the
development bank of the
Dominical Republic,
Financiera Dominicana.
Guadaloune and Jamaica."
The centre would be a
clearing house of tourism
information throughout the
area and would provide a
regional service to those
countries and organizations
which join it.


Grenada
in their struggle "for justice in
the face of brutal police
aggression .
Grenada government of
Premier Eric Gairy is currently
locked in the struggle with an
opposition group called
"Committee of 22."


By NICKI KELLY
THE BAPTISTS of the Bahamas
numbering some 50,000 members
today threatened to withdraw their
support of the Government unless it
revises its position on casino gambling.
The ultimatum, issued through the
Bahamas Baptist Missionary and
Educational Convention, comes six weeks
after Deputy Prime Minister and Finance
Minister Arthur Hanna announced that
Government will assume complete
ownership and control of the country's
casinos from 1978.
It was the first official statement from


an> of thi f r,.i:wi-ir d- .- m!r .:: ,,
tollow nt Mr Hii t
Houst
A kt i t( l t-i-o p'cii k ag L .
torss arded to Prinel \1o ii'- : 'ii
Pindllini this iniornint
The c O inii ano ,1
four- l tan comllm itt t \' i i'- t i Ill.
press thv. morliniti 1', i t '' RH I i i
Smith executives s L'>! .1 ll
Conenontlil Mr Smith was a in' i
'tbs.tnc of Consvenition pi '-uin P.
[. ( ouper whi '- int t ih I i
tI .ndlng tll e' ut cr i i of r t
111n atc i r I 1 t 'ill


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MEMBERS MAY BE ADVISED)

DON'T GIVE ELECTION S''PPRT


By NICKI KELLY


THIE I ADIRSHIP of the Baptist
movement in the Bahamas said todav it is
prepared to go as far as to advise church
members not to support the Government In
any forthcoming election if it continues t,1
advocate the perpletuatiiton of casino gamblinht'
The Rev. Charles C. Smith told reporters 11it
a press conference this timorning that tfia -
Baptists of the country had supported tlic
Progressive I ibcial Party bheciisu of th.
findings of the Royal t ot!issIt i
Gambling and the involvement or the previ, i,
United Bahamian Partv.
"The Baptists opposedIL tih ( ovrnin i ni
then on casino gambling an in v. i l ,p\l l i
this governmentt on the l ,t1'it' 1 .' t. c+
declared.
"'By making our stat c ':- i l d ,
letting then know that the p,.' ,n thl; l..
will determine the position '' \ ll t.i.i I ..
added.
Dr. Hi. W. Brown, one of thic nine Baiptts;
mnu sisters present this nirning sid ithi-
church, although opposed to .ill fo(irms ii
gambling, was putting particul.ir impthaulis ', ;
casino gambling because ic i islvl i.'t h :,)
and threatened to become a a\.\ (it hit
"The Baptists are not prpartti'J t.' -iip
any government that lik tAc ,I isi'",
gambling and makes t itsc! p ;sibic t: ii.
operation,") Dr. Broiiu i statcd

The Ministers m, ide it c '.l. i cie thi ,'
were not involved in the el'cmion i miiipaig.n olI


Hotel


boss

moves


FREEPORT Holiday Inn
general manager Ray Mart/
has requested and been
granted a transfer to the
Texas/Colorado region of
Holiday Inns International's
world-wide operation, The
Tribune confirmed today
Mr. Martz was replaced in
Freeport yesterday by the
new general manager Mr.
Matt Metzgar. resident
manager Horace Bullard said
today.
Mr. Martz's transfer
follows a contract dispute
with the Hotel and Catering
Workers Union, the dispute
came close at one point to
causing a strike, although
talks are now reportedly
nearing an agreeable close.
In recent exchange the
management of the Holiday
Inn Freeport was blasted by
Labour Minister Clifford L.
Darling for allegedly
threatening to close the hotel
if workers did not agree to a
management contract
proposal.
Management denied the
threat and said the hotel
would stay open.
However, there was further
trouble when Mr. Martz
negotiated a comotomise
with the workers.


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unanimoiuly adopted at a special meeting
oi aill Baptist associations called at the
t.ilfhmi. Bihbe Institute yesterday by Dr.

,"It meeting was attended by
iltmniers ot the executive board of the
( iNtiliio'i and representatives of all the
ot lir major Baptist associations not
aitl.lItn' 'linh the C(onhention," Mr.
S-l it id.
lit latciniiit underlined the concern
it R:ii.id ilt;ii Baptists with the
.,'t.iunl)t's decision and pointed out
ih0,ir objections to all forms of gambling
On t. I),!S ol scriptural direction.


it said that Bahamian
Ba:istls were opposed to all
irm,,s gainmbling in the
Bahit.inias and they therefore
b(ltved that
t lit (oernmnent was right
n. is decision not to renew
ihi' present casino licences
iw hen thec\ expire. "because
gamblingi is not a certain
source' of income and can
iicr lie a sound basis for
nI i i t nlial income or
co iio y.l
lt the same titie however,
t'ie uhpo ernieniit should not
hi' involved in the ownership
or opertitnon of casinos or any
azimhiniig concern "neither
iiw.s nor in the future."
"We submit that Bahar an
Bapistst, because of iur
hifh'L s would find it di' :ult
1" .support any Goveri ,ent
that ilises gambling as a
urce of tiinational income."
It is to be clearly
tui iil rsIoto .1 said the
i:t. "'that Baptists, like
.'.er, i the iChristian
h tli hlicve' in the guiding
lani tf il0ioit in historv ... we
S, t1itl htive this country
t ihati!i. (( l 'rightleoiiml Si.ss
S\ill ill A i i;;il io but sin is a
,- T i ,c t r) ;l ) 'I \ epf o p le "
I:t Baiplis'!, noted lhal the
(. \ ern ni ic nt clearly
iccogniz.ed the "evil and
ileiaoralizing effect of casino
inhalingg upolI thi characlie,
oi people" because it made it
illcitl for Bahamians to
eanl)ble inii the casinos.
Neverthielcs it had "laid
ihe sisare for our neighbours
lti tourists, and we sit to
itotlit Iroim their folly," they

I in ph i si i n g the
ipii lance of the work ethic,
I!t liaptlisis argued that
.:ii ntilt)rs soon lost their
IhI'I cl'i' for work and
piinimd all their hopes on


il, li'.ung somethingng for nothing
Nitr i n ithel r was liitle chance
S\\ iii itlitti it
I ITr liit reason, they said,
main lt amithes were often
nleglectld iecLause gambling
ittfrs noi certain source of

I i, ake c the position
hiiundainlailh clear to the
S,urch' L' neral membership
S .. ,' B tistl church in the
l liiari;is iwsill be called upon
if L l dois n t Sunday January
I Da s of Prayer" for
Sit tit ., itfrv. the national
citileri aind especially "for
(.od ",, leadership


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hours \ e 't B.l a 'tr',., : .t
torin er (l 0 :1: !. .:
Nt:eillc \ dcrt nd -., :
Ken S\. i.l,- ttc h I ..:
p r hc e reic'.it- n ; t ,

percent, a lev c at v.i. i e
deale crs ciarm I 'e I .vi.
operate
1I t" Prices (olri -i'; !!*l i!
Mr r \tddetrles heat..o uj\
autorm tii icall tltssit>+ 'i a' dii.
e illi ot 1 J)"'3. aond c 1 d I -
('ommission lias not ct .
appointed
Representatiat s 0i' i..
Petroletun I)ealelt As ts'" t i:fltl,
are meeting with Mr. -dderle%
at the suggestion of Deputy
Prime Minister Arthur I).
Hanna. with whom tihe\ met
for two hours Mhonday itOruI n'.e
following thec en oJ the
dealers' 60-hour weekend
shutdown to protest the nems


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I I r trn'i the dealers
it Nip: 'l d ith icne requIest for
inlri t]t1inl1 one operator
rT i'd .t IIol lI request
t:, iade
\tc on sidedra ble debate
Jt'gal ion a\\'s finally able
i VIIIcC members that the\
uild geI't rtno relief until they
p', i I lto' the (Comnminssion,
i'ih i lats and figures, that
I't y needed it
No dale k' as set for a further
meeting ibetlw-en Mr Adderley
andl the PIDA delegation, but
Association secretary Algic
DI.rville was to arrange the
meeting tins morning.
'ALKS SUSPENDED
(ON IRACT talks between
the I'reeport branch of the
HIotel andi Catering Workers
I nion and the Freeport
Iloliday Inn have been
suspended temporarily because
negotiators for both sides had
other business.

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Wednesday January 9, 19?4


THREE doctors and two
hospitals in Detroit have been
charged in a one million
dollar lawsuit with conspiring
to perform allegedly
unneeded experimental brain
surgerv on a Detroit man in
19q72. The suit alleges the
doctors did not properly
inform John (hickenskv. 60,
of the nature of the
experimental surgery
THE SRI Lan ka
government announced the
introduction of a five da%
working week in ( olombo
and increased hibus and train
tares to meet a crisis situation
created by oil price hikes
w h i c h h ai a e c a it s C d
widespread difficulty for the
island s ecolinomy'.
government conmun!ilque saiid
details ol the measure's would
I i. ;ilo isnced later.
IF) W A R 1F A(,A .
Member of Parlamlent for
e'Jest Kingston and a former
Minister of Iinlance for
Jamaicat said todax thei altei
care it! consideration over
'e\eral weeks he Iias declined
the spot oft president of the
Cr' t, in Development Bank
as a replacement for Sir
Arthur Lewis \ho-i resigned
last October
L'R(lNI famine rel lt is
needed by 34.000 persios iIn
n o r t h li r n k I n s a s
d ro ; tiigh-,siricken Marabit
district thle Kenysa News
\it'ncv reported I hl
Govermeni agtenc1 said the
drou ht hi,,as killed in
undeteriniied niumbt-l r ot
persons and 'over liall the
livestock poptilatiol
XfRiR AN husiiessmiien
repo)rled maior cutbacks in
iourisnm and exports resulting
tr.. mn the oil :rsis A
s.po keman efr Keniva
IHi, rt )I:lu r:il i- \porters
i.niied sa'id 'lo etibl'e and
tr!'t shipments to Furo)pc
'r- di- tw' 4 n0 per centr
because I f ,argto lthIht
cancellationn
ll I
So vil ! ,cie it:sis

An 1 a hc ae 'toted
turi ts;.il ,arm II eatler
rt .c!,n[0% on lthe itcebox
n'ilt nelt Iais reported
Mele.'e a eit s nm Leningrad

tl',e mii ge.i0 ih nelt pole
re--, 1r, 4i 1C i !intIe-rtaV t ret,. oi
SI L!t I 'lirce
011'n ; w 10 tl%,.. ; i )i

LORi, ,B Ut M 1 ot thc
Brn',i I tvr'i n lt itL' has ,-
out :i a .r p ti ti\e Pc rsi in
G ul t .: .. Ir< .o ne otaytoi.il
spec Ida 1 n r- .i ntUnii ills
Intf r' ni' i' :; Pins said ~,%csi
(Germnid r 'Nelherlirds
and Sweden iri lo tramo iod
mnakt i h-t s r \ scl part t ii l l

ItH t S -Jiilar and .uid
fell s|hiarplh on 1 mi'ipean
ex bhlnTes\ halting a1 iit .t 1
t 'up ia'ls thuir r.c ofi l[t'e
past st'--t.d weeks. Dealers
reported a,1ise trading and
said the -t'back tor gold aind
the dollar seemed largely a
reaction ti 1h1' high levels
tlie h:lid rt ached the past few\

\L I S. and Ihe telleral
goierniient hi'iv worked out
al .greement n their dispuIte
ahioli t Inid control! aling the
Trans \laska pipeline
corridor that will allow tIhe


project to get 1uder wav
sOon. \Alaskan otlicials sta
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S.\ ( 1 MI 11 i
1'ivrt 'e l \ onr marks his t, st
i'ir'tihla\ toda\ re adl\ to
;,;;.pt. Ivt' sc' tusioin \Nib a
:resh c oirt to hall the closion
al, ter'ate t n his pr'sidenct' .

S1 eta! ,lidc's a ki.' i-r e int

h. k toll i\
But Ihe\ dA cribcd him a,i
It 71 d to lead theC
*. n e\tt *** n.ll balc' k .i a' p l '1 1 n
\ ,;i : st;!! t tn at '. c the
A 4 i "I. 11tI,)n cIl d *l ']t"t.,
( ): j (n I bn et mem I ',I r"
visible rt'spo i blil'tli s in
:; thilte i)\ :il 'icnt i:l ml

t'.' ttinn icd preside tialt
I'ss i l' al airNs t ,h
sp i.,i' p c lplh.is on the \iddl.'
S .is peace and int- aiert!itl..; i
a.pe t1i o ,t1 to s-.Ci\'- the 1 1Cr1 \

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1968


1971


1973
nl'.sul eC hoed pilhri cs N\ onl
repcaic d ti l ne and again during
the past \ear as le souIght to
\ii'tlie R .idt' saidt Ni\ Tn is
"rcaicl Ito I i lt the boards
rt';iri1 L" 'eL'.iinn u ,''l w ith is
sate ot the union messati e .tilt
bidgle' t thl o| lhch w\illd
reach nfi ieCss t. latLer this
m''w Ith.
.Although the\ ii ccasioiialli
dis, .Iss in pnvale the
poss-hihit\ ot l]OI)o resiC ning,
thoe, ,indes losw t lo hin sad\
th it.' ,'e tain lhe ',\ ,1! nol
"'I d n!'t know ho)\\ hce hell
Ie'- 1 ,cn t I l but hie's hanging
II IIre." s,.iIl o iC sltafler
1i .'' in to il t It it ioult oneI
i\ 1 1 .inothe ike 1 d t
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PARLIAMENT RECALLED TO DE


LONDON Parliament was called
back into session to debate the energy
crisis crippling Britain, the labour
disputes causing it and what the
Conservative government is doing about
it.
Before facing the House of Commons.
Prime Minister Edward Heath created a
new Department of Energy and named
the Defense Secretary, Lord Carrington,
to head it. The government said he would
be given wide powers over Britain's coal.
gas. electricity and oil resources.
"This bunch wouldn't know a coal
mine if they fell down a pit shaft." said
one labour member of the House of


EGYPT AND (

JORDAN

PULL

TOGETHER


CAIRO Egypt and
Jordan are coordinating their
policies to adopt a unified
stand in the second phase of
the Geneva peace talks
King Hussein's personal
envoy. Abdel Moneim Rifai,
was quoted in the press as
saying after a meeting with
President Anwar Sadat
yesterday: "I have presented
the situation as we see it in
Jordan and heard from Sadat
all that could strengthen our
position and its safety."
Rifai also said he is staying
in Aswan, at Sadat's
inviat ion, for further
meetings with Foreign
Minister Ismail Fahmy to
"coordinate our policies in
preparation of our joint
action in the coming stage."
Al Ahram newspaper
reported in a dispatch that
Egyptian and Israeli military
negotiators have devoted their
efforts to determining how
the forces will be withdrawn
"if art agreement to this
effect were reached."
"The talks are still
restricted to the technical
issue," it said.
Commenting on today's
scheduled meeting in Geneva,
the niiss circulation Al
Akhbar said: "We hope Israel
will come tip with concrete
proposals."
The official Gomhouriya
commented: "Today's
meeting in Geneva will not be
different from previous ones
... Israel continues its chain of
mnanoeuvers and our duty is
to make them pay dearly for
it.
"'When Israel feels she is
paying such a price she will
find herself forced to
withdraw from our lands."


There's no room for


the gourmet in space


ll(M S ION\ her's no
:' ,r'. ':. loute'r sp :ace for
I. 11)5 Ir I oking, t blithe
i i:a 'i n gs o a'
t it re co, r 'ct.
Sk ;, t' +'t n tronails i, eradI
' <7; \ !,!!] I~ii i I 'gte .tnd
.irJ i ;ibs ilke ml ost
d i ii' r '1 tig the ubtleg .
'Ir "I'' ,.1 h t s is ir thel


r.'. { t'. a LssionL I
.,.A tMs '-. !oo bland For
"":.), oi\ ;T !t'\ "ie" ilr(row n mr il
i +i; ''. t'. il and pepper


' as .. 4 lt |)r N or ali'
; t *' +dieih.i'i .1 space cent re
, e"lil "One pr ter !ore
-Is; in','{ 1 /cro' gravit}
I r t ; i om e'InI2 reason
J' n ,ilo! t t horoughl
"' e sr ronigl suspect tchey
Art sMi2ndwanitej)! depressed in


the ac l\ to taste HBl we're
talking about a gray area that's
dilftI ilt to dclim e "
ItHidelhaugh hopes to gain
w1 i!;derstaending otf the flavoiur
prtihemt thr,')ugh a series of
Sk\ 1lt 3 .' r aromL a anId taste tests.
I 'he l.te tests consist of si\
stls o! !\e 'ipV' waters \\hiIh
ha\e t' i ois 'irS tr t'angin in
irntensit\ Iro;I! \er\ wetkl to
ier\ strong hlie la\ iours used
are salt metl sourLI, bitter.
oranl e ,ild uhiiln
( art I'Poue Gnd (iIboson
tasted the w.ilters and in Imost
udses coulld not detect thc \er\
tht'l le l ,ivouis In the sim eic


test before thlie mission, their
tasting ab1liy was much
sharper
Ileidelbaugh said the taste
change mnay have something to
do with the effects on the
circulation system in
weightlessness Blood tends to
pool in th he liad and this Inma
have ll ettcct on lasting
ability
1 he astronauts also
conducted an aroma test and
Ileidelbaugh said "from what
I 've seen so far there's Ino
change in the ability to sense
smeClls (AP


New clashes in


Middle
BEIRULT Syrian and
Israeli forces clashed in the
northern sector of the Golan
cease-fire line for the second
time in two days, a Syrian
military spokesman
announced
In a 'co(mmuniqlue
broadcast over Damascus
radio and the spokesman said
at least 25 Israeli soldiers
were killed or wounded in the
clash that began at
150OGMT.
He said the clash developed
when Syrian positions
intercepted Israeli engineering
units trying to reinforce their
positions.


East
"Our artillery engaged the
enemy at several points in the
sector and destroyed a tank, a
bulldozer a half track and
two heavy machine guns at
Beit Jinn," the spokesman
said.
He said another tank was a
vehicle were destroyed at
Hiarsa, where an ammunition
dump was also hit and was
still burning four hours later.
An Israeli artillery battery
was destroyed at Kom El
Areiseen and another at Tel
Shaar, he added.
Monday the spokesman
said Syrian artillery drove off
an Israeli armoured unit


Soldiers trapped


PIINOMt PI Nl I Thousands
of government troops.
spearheaded by. armnoured
columns. launched a massive
counteroffensive to the north
and west of Phnomi Penh today
aimed at trapping insurgent
force's trying' to mass for anm
u polW i O i l t ip' a l .ii ,cll .
field reports said.
"The ope!ratnI(,' is !oing


well." declared Brig. ;en.
Sindy Yai. commander of a
government task force that
struck out through a tree-lined
village five miles west of the
capital and a mile north of
Pochentong airport.
eh i 'orls ,d th' task
,o ,ieltfr loving 10U yards,
mel heavy resistance from a
Khmer Rouge force.


Commons from a mining district after
Carrington's appointment was
announced.
Heath's Secretary of Employment,
William Whitelaw, was meeting with
leaders of the coal miners whose refusal
to work overtime has cut the supply of
coal to the nation's power stations.
Whitelaw planned to ask for the
280,000 miners to vote on the 16 per
cent pay increase their leaders have
rejected.
Leaders of the railway engineers' union
also met to consider expanding their
slowdown into a strike. The railmen were
angered because the rail board announced


BATE ENERGY
anyone who "deliberately" refused to
work would not be paid.
Government sources said if the
trainmen struck, the army might be
ordered to keep the trains running so that
deliveries of coal to the power stations
would not be reduced further.
Housewives started a run on bread
counters after the bakers announced they
would reduce production 5 per cent to
save electricity.
George Uvringall, the chairman of the
National Federation of Bakeries, appealed
to the women to calm down and told
them: "There is no need to panic. There
won't be any shortage of bread." (AP)


'We'll hold oil



price steady'


GENEVA The world's major oil exporting
coLuntries today promised to hold oil prices
'steady until April 1
[he countries, members of the Organi/ation
ot Petroleum L xporting Countries. said that
during this time importing countries must
prove their ability to control inflation.
if the importing countries, mostly Western
I urope, the United States and Janan. do not
s.icceed in curbing inflation, oil prices will
continue to rise. Yanmshid Amou/cgar. Iranian
Finance Minister and president of tlhe
conference said at a press conference''
The extraordinary meeting ott OPI C was
called by Vene/uela to discuss ,long-term price
s t telins.


Amoi/egar said the talks had been "'ery
difficult and very hard," but had \icwed
unanimous agreement' oil four points,
OPiE-C's economic conum, ion \ill
co tiniue price studies.
A fixed relationship between aciual
market prices and t\ax reference plces' \vii! l
dropped.
In OPI C ministerial comiiisbn lsll
create a development bank to 'lk]
,,inder-development countries m pai' ing thIen
higher oil bills.
OP1 C repeated its,; call oI consultations
witlh llllpoltinl countries to l in)l.tl colnbal


inflation


Tight security-


for new envoy


LONDON Israel's new
ambassador to Britain, arriving
on the fourth day of massive
army-police security at
Ileathrow airport, called for
swift world action to thwart
Arab guerrilla terrorism.
Four hundred well-armed
soldiers and policemen
swarnled about the airport
where the ambassador, (;ideon
Rafael, addressed newsmen
Heathrow, tinder guard
because of fears of terrorist
attacks, also was watched by
scores of special agents,
marksmen on rooftops and
other security guards.
Rafael flew in with his wife,
Nurit, on a regular flight of
Israel's airline, El Al.
Ihe 60-year-old envoy
strolled into a dimly lit VIP
lounge and told newsmen there
should be concerted global
action "to stamp out this new
plague endangering life in
enlightened societies."
Hle made clear lie was talking
about the campaign of terror
launched by Arab guerrilla
groups
"There is growing world
opinion that requests


effective methods to punish
terrorists, to insure tlhe
process of law and the taking
of sanctions," he said.
RaIfael himself was
considered a prime target of
attack. During his reception
there was one moment ol
alarm. A bag was spotted on
the tarmac with a long
projectile sticking out
The bag was a news
photographer's and contained a
camera with a telephoto lens.
The alert at Ilearhrow and
other airports was ordered
after the government claimed
to have received intelligence
reports suggesting an increase
in terrorist activities in Britain.


However, Aiouti/egar salt
that no lornial im station woutlld
be issued tot an group such as
the orgjil/ItIA 1 !,or eco ollollic
co-opnratlinm nd devil lopin'iml
(01 CD ) or the commonn
Market
Amnout/egar aild tlhit a plan
by the Ni\on I administration to
ta \ excess prot its by the oil
companies w onTie tI pe of
anti-inflation F(OOL which
OPIC' supported
Meanwhile. Ni\on is inviting
major oil constiling nations to
a coilnference of foreign
ministers in Washington early
'February on the global energy
crisis. luropean diplomats
reported todal.
I hey said thie Nixon
inititiative is taking the form of1
personal letters to heads of
government with delivery
expected later in the day.
About 20 liheads of
government are being
approached including the nine
member-states of the I'.uropean
Fconomnic Coimnunitl FI-(C
according to the informants


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Romance


rumours

idiotic


LONDON The Duke ,o
Wellington said todt.c,
suggestions of a romila -e
between his daughter Ladi
Jane Wellesley. and Prii',.
Charles, heir to the British
throne, are "most idiotic.'
Fresh speculation of a rio'l
romance w.is sparked yestcrd-.,
with the announcement tjit
Queen cli/abeth will attend a
amine fair on the Duke's est.!e
in Berkshire in the summer,
'I hae said before and i1 \.i
saV again that any. rumouii
about my daughter and Prino.
('harles are totally untrue" i.t
Duike sa.id
lite said the fair. whih ;
being orvganised by the ('ount:,
Landowners Association, .
planned three years ago .;-
the invitation to the Queen -e
attend w's issued a %ear .!
She he sc r'ih ridi !,
rumoulii'rs htad not even stari',i "
I lihe duke added
tililg tfed up with 11
n\ is ternI 1g y ph'ti '
lad, I Tane, 22. mnd Ch'irl,
25. 1hi\ b'ieei f nrie ds s
hildhood
Charles, an officer in :.
Roial Navy. is nomw script' .
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Pvt Richard Dean Bu Ik:;r
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(of h b Ji ourt- martial bo -.t
Il C also was given a i
conduct discharge
Kissinger trip
SI-CR-T ARY of' SI
IHenry Kissnger may ft I
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on to Israel in an effoturt to 1,
inmomentum to the Middle tI
peace conference in Gene,.


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Energy & oil crisis means


lean times for tourist trade


You will recall that in his last letter to my daughter, Mrs.
Eileen Carron, the late heartbroken. F. N. Russell said that he just
could not understand how so many things had gone wrong in the
Bahamas under a government he had slaved and sacrificed to
create. Hlie just didn't understand how the people had allowed
these things to happen.
Nor do 1. But they have happened ... they continue to happen
.. and, worst still, the people show no evidence of concern.

The Butler firm has also been publicly accused of ignoring
prices fixed by the Prices Control Commission.
Information has been sent to the authorities to try to show
that they have been over charging.
So far ... dead silence.

It's now an old story how the government voted big salaries to
themselves for jobs that were formerly done by public-spirited
men without receiving any remuneration.
But it was a bit of a shock when it was revealed that the
allowances of two of these men had been increased "to retlect
their status" without legislative authority. And also that members
of the Cabinet were allowed to draw their entertaining allowances
a year in advance without being required to prove that the money
would be used for the purpose for which it was intended.
This irregularity was brought by letter to the attention of the
then Attorney General of the co,,n' and it was repeatedly
emphasized in The Tribune.
But nothing was done about it.

Contracts have been handed out in a shameless manner by the
government
It is sometimes frightening to see how far these brazen people
will go ... and it is still more frightening to think of how much
further they will dare to go because of the fact that the public
seem to be completely unconcerned.
It almost seems that these men regard the Treasury as a sharing
society for the benefit of the few while daily more and more
thousands of the people are unemipli,.ed and their families go
hungry.
What amazes mile is that there has been no public outcry against
these brazen abuses.
I sometimes feel that the people glory in these practices.

Certainly the privileged members oft the "Square Deal Club"
are flourishing under the system.
Poor only a few years ago. many of these nien and women are
now buying grand houses on Millionaire Row and driving around
like "Fat Cats" in the most expensive cars on the road. In every
way they are flaunting their new-found fortune like men who
have struck a gold mine.
I wonder where all this money is coming from'"

Some of their supporters try to excuse these obvious abuses by
saying that the U.B.P. government did the same thing.
There was a ereat deal wrong with the U.B.P. government and I
severely criticized them when they went wrong but I can't say
that I saw abuses of their positions as is to be seen on all sides in
the community today.
It is true that one or two of the men abused their positions but
nothing so flagrant as is happening today. The truth is that most
of the men in the U.B.P. served at ereat personal sacrifice and at a
heavy financial loss.
It is well known that when the late Sir Stafford Sands travelled
for the government he paid his own expenses, and lie sometimes
took personal staff with him at his own expense.
I can tell you that the thirty four years I spent in the
Legislature was not only a heavy tax on my time but also a big
drain on my pocketbook, both directly and indirectly. lThe only
time I made any money was when I was out of the |House after
losing an election.
On more than one occasion I shut myself out from business
because of miy public position.
For example, I was a member of the first Racing Commission
appointed to bring horse racing in the island under control.
The Commission started from scratch. Everything had to be
done, including a good deal of printing.
When the question of printing came tip I told Dr. Raymond
Sawyer, chairman of the Commission, that he must make
arrangements with The Guardian to do all the printing.
tHe felt I should have some of the business and so he asked imec
whether I would submit a bid if the work were put out to public
tender. I said definitely no but that if there were an emergency at
any time I would be pleased to help out.
At no time has The Tribune done any business with an\
department of government with which I was in any way
connected.

It seems to me that this is the way government should operate
if it wants to live above suspicion ... and if it is to performin the
highest senrce public men can give to a community by setting an
example of selflessness for young people to follow.

From time to time one hears complaints in the courts that a
prisoner at the bar was beaten by the police.
These accusations don't usually get the complainant anywhere.
On Friday I will start a series of articles I wrote during my
recent business trip to England and to the West Indies to attend a
meeting of the Caribbean Press and Broadcasting Association.



A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
What a country! What a people: DUPUCH


CANDID CAMERA: Two
Guyanese Errol "Rointon
Hanley" Moore. 18 (left) and
Rudolph Benjamin, 23, alias
William David Meloche never
imagined they were also the
subjects of another
photographer who caught
them during their
picture-taking activities
outside the Wharf Restaurant
last Friday.
The pair, along with
Crompton Maynard, 23, were
sentenced to two years in
prison with hard labour
Monday morning by


31.
). \ 01 (1 00(1() I
Professional photographer (lh I' i noti ,
Vincent Vaughan spotted tlie dl'f \lc ,i .
p air shortly aft ter th ey 'I' i i .
themselves lhad been posing W1,i \i, id
for shots ,wi IIl their ,
''borrowed property s


hUm n ow\ hic near thie 10
peitcen gr t)\ h 11 ale of ic. etill
\ ears. eC en in 1 '1 h lie said.
Pan \II's irall ic onli gI ews bh\
three pier cent of sto. compared
wil 1 2 to I 5 'ei cent in
pre\ lo s years,
lhe ded valuation ,)I lihe L S
dollar has slow ed lihCe flow of
\lierican dl to stst abroad.
espe ialli to I topt here the
dollar is ltnow \ ,\ i ti 7'n l ih le0',s
than two eiiL at, \ cic)tding
to lihe I S Slate lDe)partmentt
lte nutl ,i p ,isspo tl !
applihationscii II liO I,i L t quarter
ot f 1i 3 showed a 1 2 per c\ent
dlop tie --hiarpest L Ieduciitiont
ot A\meriac't plaiiing toieigni
inps itn the last ten c \ ears
BAD\) I( R \IRI INt S
I or the a ltii Ies lhl' ittllatio.
is so bad tll,i I .I s' \irliines
hliis w\ ai clned o ''iki t ik .\ lor
I lin tes unl ss i l i,\ iobta l
sw ill rca ie l i t l I uti i c i il pi iceI
in reases OIlieri its hie\ will
1lav L to t)c' sii I-Id /cld or
natiIIt alitc/ d. I isi'r 1 i \ s
.\irll es ai'e ni lthie onl
ilt e Iesti alteC Ied Inteli national
Sa IIiP J 1 I'olls ess it

li ael ing outldme their o\n
Slo 11 ic' I cI c' 11\ \ 'al

to hlie pcpiilalion ol i ei ti tlent
I S spendI 24 .,';i .. dollars a
\ ,ia abroad, no1i including air

In I uIpi tlicic arc reports,
ot winlte'i sorls cutlling prices
to i intai n i lihe flow ofl


tourtiss ( onvention planners
arc waailsy avoiding cities where
airline flights cuts are possible
[sen within national borders
tourism faces bleak prospects
as gasoline shortages cut down
on automobile travel or even
lead to hans on Sunda. driving
as in West (;eriman\ and
Holland. In the L S the
outlook tor iedue'd driving has
had an milp.t onl the steck
market
( i pa nies like Wal'
tl)isie\ :tl it, reliance on
t)isnet\ oW i d tourist
Attra tlons,. in Iloi ida and
( alilolin. and \lMadonalds. a
chain o[ list ln-d restaurants
on major liigh ais, have seen
then shares drop h\ as much as
\Vo thirds in ptic
NO1 \1 II (I1 -I)
Sonie areas ot the world
report ito appreeable impact
\et ot the ener m Lisis on thc
tourist business. The
Caribbean. \\h lii benetllted in
the last c,11pie ot ears b\
maintaining i urrenc\ parity
wist the I S dollar while
I iropean currencies went
higher. is apparently one ot
these Ilhe I'tierto Rico travel
bureau in Nse 's oik said there
\ as no diIetcunIble drop it1
tourist itra el inqui ritesL A
spo;kesinan itor the (Curacao
tourist olILCe also said the
Dutlhi West Indies were getting
their normal tlow of
sun-seekingil winter tourists
from the l S (uLiacao had
experienced no flight cutbacks
bh airlines citlher, lie said


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you'll find that Planned Savings can work for
you.
Each payday, why not put part of what you
earn into a Commerce Savings Account?


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Violent

crime

From Page I

of the Bahamian public expect
that justice will be fairly and
properly administered in our
courts We who were engaged
in this task judges,
magistrates, counsel and police,
must see that the public has
not looked to us in vain," the
C('hiet Justice said.
Ot the I cases set down for
hearing on the criminal
calendar for the January
sessions, the pleas of two
men were taken immediately
after the Chief Justice declared
the quarter sessions open.
Z N.S staffer Prince Bodie
entered a not guilty plea to a
charge of killing in the course
of dangerous driving.
Represented by Attorneys
Kendai Isaacs, Q.C. and Miss
Jeanne thompson. Bodie is
accused of killing Lucinda
G(odfrey. 5h, on May 26 last
,ear while driving a radio
station equipment san along
(ilbbs Corner in a dangerous
manner
Hubert Pinder, represented
by J Ilenry Bostwick, also
pleaded not guilty to stealing
hy reason of employment. Mr.
Pind,'r is accused of stealing
S10.000 Ironm Mrs. Joan
Oscroft between June 30, 1972
and January 20, last year,
Bodie's case was set for trial
on February 4 and Pinder's on
January 20.
1 he pleas of other accused
persons were taken during the
afternoon


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Sunday 8a.m. 10 a.m.
SPECIAL GOOD FROM JANUARY 10th TO 13th

COLD POWER (GIANT) SIZE $1.09

PALMOLIVE LIQUID (REGULAR SIZE) 49C

AJAX CLEANSER 14OZS.CAN) 26C

COLGATE TOOTH PASTE SIE 95C

MAHATMA RICE (20 LB.BAGS) $9.41
BAKERITE
SHORTENING 3 LB. CAN $1.45
FRESH FLORIDA
CITRUS PUNCH (1/2GALS.) $1.09
RED DELICIOUS
APPLES 3LB.BAGS $1.29

GRAPE FRUIT 5 LB. BAG $1.19
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U.US. CHOICE
CHUCK STEAK lb. $1.39
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THE MAIDEN VOYAGE, an all-female group currently appearing in the Bahamia C!ub
of the King's inn & Gulf Club. is probably the most talented show group of its kind to
appear on the music scene in some time. All five of the girls sing songs that range from
Rock-Jazz to the "IN" show tunes of today. Basic instrumentation consists of Drums,
organ, guitar, bass and flute .. but the girls also double on horns, sax, and at least ten
other instruments They are on-stage for three shows nightly, and each show is entirely
different from the other two. Dance music between shows is provided by Sonny Johnson
and the Sunglowvs


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P. 0. BOX N457 v PHONE 2403


SPECIALS GOOD FROM
JANUARY 10th --13th 1974
OPEN SUNDAY MORNING 8 10 A.M


ROBINSON'S DRINKS ASST.

LEMON, ORANGE & LIME BARLEY


AJAX CLEANSER

SAWYER'S CUT OKRA


FRESH TOMATOES


84C


4oz .26C
No. 2 Tins 2for 75C


Per Ib


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LIBBY'S BLACK EYE PEAS 15oz. 2for 65C


BLANCO BLEACH


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ONE OF THE MOST
popular of the many root
vegetables is the beet which is
now putting in an appearance
at the Potter's Cay Produce
Exchange, Many people can't
stand beets, others had to
acquire the taste while still
others inherited the genes
which make them irrevocably
part of the "'beet" generation.
This column is addressed to
all three categories since, with
a bit of imagination and a few
additions to the beet, even the
haters may be turned into
admirers
Here are a few good ways to
enjoy beets this winter.
To savour the pure beet
flavour, cook the beat whole in
boiling water until tender.
Hold under cold water and slip
the skins off. Slice them, or
leave them whole if they ar'e
small. Season with salt and
pepper and butter. Or spice
them a bit by adding a Ittle
lemon juice, or a pinch of
cloves or allspice. Try some
sour cream or sauteed onions
mixed with the beets.
Shred six medium beets
either on a grater or by putting
them through the food
chopper. Drain off excess
liquid and put the beets in a
skillet with a little salt and
pepper and garlic salt. Dot with
butter and simmer covered for
half an hour.
Combine beets with onions
in a casserole. Pare three
medium beets and dice them.
(Chop three medium onions
rangee the beets and onions
in a casserole and add a
teaspoon salt. a quarter cup
boiling water and a quarter cup
butter Bake covered at 375
NEW HOTEL
INSTRUCTORS
THE BAHAMAS Hotel
Training School which was
upgraded and broadened last
September to include a more
comprehensive training
programme begins its spring
programme this month with an
expanded syllabus and new
teachers.
A new course this term is
supervisory food preparation
for kitchen staff. This is a
certificate course and
attendance is for 10 alternating
weeks at 15 hours per week.
Additional course are hotel
night audit and food and
beverage control
The hotel training school is
directed by Stephen Blundell,
an experienced English-born
instructor in various aspects of
hotel administration and
service The school is
administered by a Hotel
'I raining Council comprising
Government, Hotel Employers
Confederation and the hotel
workers union.
The new council chairman is
Mr. Baltron Bethel, Permanent
Secretary. Ministry of
Education, Mr. Ron Overend
manager of the Flagler Inn.
Paradise Island, was recently
appointed a council member.
Two new instructors
recently joined the school. Mr.
John Rosevear from Canada
with 10 years hotel experience
will teach hotel accounting,
administration and control Mr
Norman Webber from England
will teach food and beverage.
Also joining the staff soon is
Mr. Kenneth McCartney,
previously at Las Vegas Hilton,
another food and beverage
instructor.


U.S. CHOICE ROUND STEAK lb.$1.99


U.S CHOICE


U.S. CHOICE


U S. CHOICE


SIRLOIN STEAK b. $2.49


STEWING BEEF lb. $1.50


CHUCK ROAST 6. $1.19


HAMBURGER FRESH GROUND lb. $1.29


PORK LOIN ROAST


CHOPPED HAM


Gal. 650 CHICKEN BREAST


ONIONS lb. 20C


A&B HOT SAUCE


lb. $1.43


lb. $1.20


lb. $1.15


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degrees for an hour.
Harvard beets is a classic
dish and easy to prepr re. Cook
six medium beets and dice or
slice them. In a saucepan,
combine a third of a cup of
sugar, half a teaspoon salt, a
tablespoon cornstarch, half a
cup of vinegar. Cook stirring
constantly until smooth and
thick. Add two tablespoons
butter, a teaspoon minced
onions and the beets. Cook
over low heat for 20 minutes,
combinee beets and cabbage
Pare four medium beets and
shred them. Finely shred half a
head of cabbage and mix in a
small finely chopped onion. In
a skillet melt a quarter cup of
butter. Add the '.'eetjlble, and
mix a little salt and pepper.
two teaspoons sugar, two
tablespoons vinegar and two
tablespoons water. Cook over
very low heat covered for 10
minutes. Stir occasionally.
Try beets with an orange
sauce. Choose eight very small
beets and cook them whole.
Drain and reserve the cooking
liquid. Peel them, In a
saucepan, melt a tablespoon
butter and stir in two
tablespoon flour, one and a
quarter teaspoons salt. a little
pepper. Stir in a quarter cup of
milk, a quarter cup of the beet
cooking liquid, a teaspoons
grated orange rind and half a
cup of orange juice Cook
slowly stirring constantly until
thickened. Add the sheets and
heat thoroughly.
Cook two large beets whole
Peel tinder cold water and cut
into thin slices. Place the slices
in a skillet with butter and
simmer gently. Transfer to a
serving dish and keep warms
Cover with a medium thick
cream sauce flavoured with salt
and pepper, tarragon and. i!
you wish, a little cheese.
Or stew the beet slices in
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vegetable dish and keep warm.
To the pan juices, add two
cups of boiling cream. Reduce
by half and season with salt
and pepper. Stir in four
tablespoons butter and pour
the sauce over the beets.
Beets can also be served in
gravy. Prepare the beets as in
the previous recipe. Add a cup
of thick bro, wn gravy and cook


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LARGE 3 FOR 990
CHAMPION TOMATO PASTE

LARGE 500
LIBBY'S SLICED PEACHES

16oz.2 FOR 99C
LIBBY'S FRUIT COCKTAIL
30 oz. 80 EACH


STORE HOURS:
Mon. Thurs. 8 a.m. 8.30 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. 8 a.m. 10 p.m.
Sun. 7 a.m. 10 a.m.


PORK CHOPS


SALT PORK

U.S. CHOICE
CHUCK ROAST

U.S. CHOICE
SIRLOIN TIP


AMURI AMERICAN LONG GRAIN RICE .CHO
U.. BP $237 ROUND STICE
5LB. PKG. $2.37 ROUND STEAK


SPECIAL
WHOLE CHICKEN


PIG FEET


Ib. 49C


890 Perlb


U.S. CHOICE
STEW BEEF


FRESH MUTTON


lb. $1.49


lb. .690


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flower petals, etc. Decorate
glazed ham, turkey breasts or
salads.
Bake beets like potatoes,
Wash thoroughly and cut oft
the stem and root ends. Brush
with oil or butter and bake at
350 degrees for an hour or
until tender. Season with salt
and pepper and serve with lots
of butter.


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12/10 OZ. T-BONE STEAKS $21.50
10 Ibs. GRADED CRAWFISH TAILS $37.50
WHOLE CHICKENS (Minimum Order 5 Chickens) lb. .83
10 lbs. N.Z. LAMB SHOULDER CHOPS $11.00


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several minutes. Mound on a
vegetable dish.
BEETS make an excellent
garnish Cook the beets whol-.
Let them cool completely and
peel them Cut them into thin
slices and using cookie cutters
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DANISH CHOICE
PORK CHOPS


Per Ib

Per lb


$1.39

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By Abigail Van Buren
S1974 by Chicago Tribune-N. Y. News Synd., Inc.
DEAR ABBY: For 26 years I have been married to a
man everybody thought was the perfect husband. No one
knew the heartaches I suffered silently to keep my family
together when my children were small.
Our daughter has been married for three years. She
has one sweet baby and another on the way. Recently she
confided that she has proof that her husband has been
repeatedly unfaithful to her.
I have come very close to telling her that her father
did me the same way. Would that he wrong? They say that
misery loves company. EA..NS. CITY
DEAR KANSAS CITY: Yes, it would be wrong. If mis-
ery loves company, whose "misery" would you be attempt-
ing to provide with company? Your daughter's or your
own?

DEAR ABBY: I once made the terrible mistake of
sending away for some of those gummed back "name and
address stickers," and I have been deluged ever since with
catalogs and junk mail from a dozen different gift houses,
This junk mail clutters up my mailbox, and I don't
want any of it. I never look at it, I just throw it out.
I wro'e to one of these gift houses and asked them to
please take mv name off their mailing list, and after that I
started getting TWO of everything'
I can't look my mailman in the face anymore. One day
he had 22 pieces of junk mail for me. I apologized to him
and explained that I didn't send for that stuff, hut I know
he didn't believe Ien. I even asked HIM how to get off their
mailing lists, and he said he didn't know.
I have quit giving to charities that solicit by mail
because for every one I give to, I get request. from 10
more.
Can't .iir i inig be done about mail-order minerchants
who sell lists of names to other businesses?
ANTI JUNK MAIL
DEAR ANTI: Other than requesting that your name he
taken off the list, there is nothing you can do. I'm sorry for
your mailman, but if those mail order houses want to spend
money on catalogs that are never looked, at, and pos.age to
deliver them, it's their loss.

DEAR ABBY: You said that most male doctors do not
get turned on by an attractive female patient. You're all
wet: My ex-wife had a thing going with her doctor for a
long time before I caught on. I didn't prosecute because I
figured ihe poor guy had enough trouble being emotionally
involved with my wife.
During the last five years I paid enough doctor bills to
put another Cadillac in his garage.
Sweetie. you may know a lot about teen-agers, but you
had better do a little more research on doctors.
BL'H\-: -) ONCE
DEAR BURNED: There are exceptions in every profes-
sion, but most doctor-patient relationships are strictly pro-
fessional and there is no fooling around. Too bad souirs was
a buimimer.

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NOTICE is hereby given ".-i, DELIAS MNETELUS of
Market Street South The Grove is applying to the Mirnister
rCesposible fof Nat oraliti anid CItIze hilh). for
pa'oir listr.ii as .1 cti2en of The Bahamasi and that aI
Detrso,, who knows anw. reason why n.aturalisaton should
noi be g anted should s.-nrid a written and signed statement
t ihe f tf within; l twe 'nt --ek nt days [iom tI I 'tr day i-f
Ian. 1714 to The hMinistei responsible for Natlonailtv arid
Ci.ensl'ii.),P O BoxN N714/. Nassau.





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n.itiiilihsati as a citi. en of The Baham as, and that ian
oixii whol} knows aiy reason why natua isationi should
not be q gi ,ted hild send a wla tteii anii signed statementt
of the1 ifat within 'wenlty-eight days flior the 9th day iof
Jainuay 194 ito The M isitel iespox nsible for Nationality
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NOTICE

NOTIf rE is heeby given that DOROTHiY ANIL/TA
SCHLOSS of Oxfoid Road. Stapledon Gaidens,, Nassau,
Bahamas is applying to the minister respponable foi
Natioiality atid C-it/enship, fil i lxistration as a citizen of
The Bahama,, and that anyv person who knows any reason
why registration should not he granted should send a
witten arid signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days forn the 9th day of Jantuay 197-+ to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship P. O
Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTIC is i'-by ivJen that LDENNIS [ )DISON .
of Washingto,' St i- applying to the Minmsti responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship. for registration as ia i tizen of
The Bahama.i and th.it 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 frinm the tth day of Januiary 1974 to The
Minister responsbile for Nationality and Citizenship, P 0.
Box N7147, Nassau.
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.l.iun aiy 1974 to The xfliisi l e t sponsibhl for Nataornality
A'd ( tiiernship, P 0. Boxt N714t, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTI( F i. hereby give' that TR-VOR [DJDLEY
\Di RN SUNT R L,.ND Do' Bu, N 3218 Nassau.
i; ama, !is appli ingq t the r minister responsible for
."it, nahty ,and Ci t'zen,i ,p. ior reqistratl n as a ctit -'en of
Sh, iah,,p ind tt '; r oe ir wh o knw' yri leasxon
ih ew ti{ 'n shOld not f he wri 't.-d o should sond a
" itt'' and si ned sttaterment of the facts within
twentv-Ight days fiom the 2nrid. da/ of January, 1974. to
The Minister responsible for Natiorality and Citizenship P.
O Box N7147. Nassau.




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'!pplinOg to tifi rn.mi, ster responsible for Nationality and
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aid that a.! pe'r -son who know any ieasoi)n why
'ltTit atiion ihouild io1 be granted should send a written
a nd sgned statement of the facts within twenty-eg:qt days
from the 9th day of Jan 1974 to The Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, P. 0. bo -N7147. Nassau


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If it's selection, we'll give you selection as you like it best.
So come to The Big Q where you'll find everything as you like it best.


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T-BONE or PORTERHOUSE STEAK


SIRLOIN STEAK


2.29 b.


TOP ROUND STEAK 1.89b.


NATIVE PORK LEG
NATIVE PORK
N.Z. LAMB LEGS


HELLMANN'S
MAYONNAISE QUART


.29 b.
.19 lb.
.69 b.


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PIGEON PEAS 3/.99 CREAM LRG. 4/.99
MOTTS VAN CAMPS 303 -
/. APPLE JUICE QUART .89 PORK & BEANS 3/.99 K ', "-
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BLEACH GALLON .89 CHARCOAL ioib. 1
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LAUNDRY DETERGENT .95 GRITS 51b. .65 A I
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CORNED BEEF 12oz. .99 TONIC WINE QUART 2.29
YUBAN FREEZE-DRIED NEW ZEALAND
COFFEE 2oI. .69 ONIONS 3 b. BAG .79 BUTTER VIb. PKG. 3/.99 .
LIBBY'S 46 oz.BORDENS
PINEAPPLE JUICE .79 MILK GALLON 1.69
HATCHET BAY
KELLOGG'S 8 oz. EA GS Y
CORN FLAKES 3/.99 EGGSLRG. DOZ. .85 (/
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SUGAR 51b. .89
VEL LIQUID CAMPBELL'S 10/4 oz. 0
B DETERGENT GIANT .89 VEGETABLE SOUP |
LIBBY'S TOMATO VEGETABLE SOUP
CATCHUP 20 oz. .75 4 FOR .88 .o
CRISCO 31b.
SHORTENING 1.59

ll FROZENFOOD
GREEN BEANS iooz. .53
BIRDSEYE AWAKE
ORANGE JUICE 12ooz. .59
BIRDSEYE FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE,
CORN ON COB 4 EARS .88 mo s0 .4.s,
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FRIDAY & SATURDAY 8:30AM-9:00PM AND VILLAGE ROADS
SUNDAY 7:00AM-10:00AM P.O. BOX N-3939
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CLASSIFIED


REAL ESTATE


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C13120
LOT 118 x 155 Montagu
Heights. Lot 100 x 115
Gleniston Gardens. Phone
58512.

C13110
TWO LOTS in BLair near
Tuckaway. Call 2-3041
between 9 and 5. 4 1346 after
6.

C13111
TWO BEDROOM two bath
cottage on Montrose Avenue
North of Winchester Street,
garage and storeroom, laundry,
orchard with bearing fruit
trees. Ten minutes walking
J3 :.ri..'e Bay Street and or
Palmdale Shopping Centre.
TERMS AVAILABLE. Call
2-3041 between 9 and 5
4-1346 after 6.

C13148
WINTON HIGHWAY house.
either rent or sale has four
bedrooms. 3 baths furnished
Gorgeous views Rights to
beach. Asking $68,000.00
HILLTOP WINTON Stately
ideal ftor high class
entertaining Over acre o'
fruited grounds. Only
$115,000.00.
WINTON HIGHWAY street
to street.
Have house suitable for large
family. High and Dry
gorgeous view s Fully
furnished Only $150.000 00.
Rights to beach
HILLTOP HIGHLAND PARK.
Have houses with three
bedrooms and possible our
S .11, furnished from
$105,000.00 and opo
SKYLINE Houses from
$55 0000.00 and up t
$165.000 00. We have the
houses and also teir's.
SEMI-HILLTOP ENCLOSED
SWIMMING POOL.
Situate Prospect --. i..,; has
four bedrooms, furnished.
overlooking Golf Course Was
$ 1 75,000 00 now
$150 000.00 See by
appointment.
ST. ANDREWS DRIVE -
1hree bedrooms. 2 baths,
sPoacious grounds onl'
$45.000.00.
BLAIR '_plt level house
well oianned enclosed grounds
Only $60,000.00. Has some
furniture, stove. refrigerator,
Air Conditioners. carpeted. See
anyt me
HILLTOP SANS SOUCI
gorgeous views grounds 302 by
100. Old Bahamian house h'.'h
three bedrooms 2 L2 .r
furnished only $57,500.00
Try us for immediate action.
,li:. c ri._'S 22033., 22305,
22307 evenings 41197

Ci309,
DAVSON'S REAL ESTATE
CO. LTD
(Certified Real Estate Brokers
& Appraisers)
Phones 21178 55408
P.O. Box N-4648.
Nassau, Bahamas
Proudly present
SMASHING REAL
ESTATE BARGAINS
THROUGHOUT THE
COMMONWEALTH
2, 3 and 4 BEDROOM
HOUSESS in the following
areas.
EASTERN ROAD
EASTERN ROAD on the
water as well as on the hills.
SAN SOUCI
BLAIR ESTATES
GLENISTON GARDENS
WiNTON
THE GROVE (West Bay)
SKYLINE HEIGHTS
NASSAU EAST
SEA BREEZE
VILLAGE ROAD
GOLDEN GATES
HIGHLAND PARK
PROSPECT RIDGE
WESTWARD VILLAS
C O N D O M IN I U M
APARTMENTS in PARADISE
ISLAND
EAST BAY STREET
WEST BAY STREET
HOTELS and HOTEL SITES,
BEACH LOTS, COMMER-
CIAL LOTS, RESIDENTIAL
LOTS
ACREAGE FOR
DEVELOPMENT IN THE
NASSAU AND FAMILY
ISLANDS SUCH AS GRAND
BAHAMA LONG ISLAND,
ELEUTHERA, ABACO.
45 ACRE CAY IN THE
EXUMAS WITH DEEP
WATER HARBOUR AND
MORE


CALL
DAVSON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENCY
Phone 21178 or 80932 21178
P. O. Box N-4648
Nassau, Bahamas

FOR RENT
C13164
LARGE I bedroom furnished
apartment out east. Beach
rights, private entrance and
garden. Couple only, no pets.
Available February 1st $275
per month. Telephone
CHESTER THOMPSON
2-4777, Evenings 4-2035.

C 13068
COTTAGES and apartments
daily, weekly or monthly
airconditioned, fully furnished,
maid service available. Lovely
garden and swimming pool.
Telephone 31297, 31093.


FOR RENT I


C 13044
FURNISHED AND
AI RCONDITIONED 2
bedrooms, 1 bedroom and
efficiency apartments.
Telephone 5-8679.

C13106
STORE OR OFFICE Charlotte
Street opposite Scottish Shop
Ample parking, immediate
occupancy. Telephone 41476

C13116
EFFICIENCY APARTMENT
in Palindale. Ideal for reserve
gentleman. Call 51044 for
information.
C13132
One TWO BEDROOM
Apartment in new duplex
building situated Boat Alley
Unfurnshed Call 5-4258 or
5-7365

C13081
AIRCONDITIONED bedroorr
apartment Shirley Part
Avenue. $235 per month.
Phone 5-8134.
C 30 '93
FURNISHED colonial sy.T
two bath residence se'lut.
couLntr estate.. Ava lable
imonediately. $300 per month
Acre flowers, fruit. children's
pool. unlimited private fresh
water supply, laundtry,
machine, television, overlc.'ks
western suburbs convenient
drive beache-. golf, shopping,
sch, ..ools. Winter lease
considered. Phone ownerI
5-7224 after 'ive
C13115
NASSAU HILLCRES,
TOWERS
Sun terrace swimming pool.
1 bedroom apartment, private
porch $250
1 2-bedroom 2 bath apartment
$435.
1 3-bedroom 2 bath apartment.
$445.
All nicely furnishedd including
water
Contact 7-8421- 2 Eveningq
7 7065
C13154
LOVE BEACH COLONY
CLUBon othe Ocean, swimming
ooi, tennis courts, club
privileges.
Two bedroom, two bath,
luxury apartment. available onr
long term lease. Contact
7-8421 2, evenings 7-7065.

CARS FOR SALE
(13182
1971 DODGE AVENGER,
NEW automatic transmission.
$1,195 00 cash


C13119
1968 CHEVY M' -L.AT
aircondit' -ned, power brakes
and steering. $1600 O.N.O Tet
23101 9 am. to 5 p.m or
32559 after p pni

C 13138
T.i, '. PH 1300 4-door 1968
r dce, whitewalls. Well kept
: tf fir condition by on-
._vne $775 Tel 2-2325.

C i 13038.
BLACK CHEVROLE,
C APRICE in excellent
condition L J. Knowles Tel:
58134.
C13139
1969 TRIUMPH GT6 in good
condition. $950 Phone 42118.

C13104
1971 GT COMET sports car.
Good condition with air
conditioning Owner leaving
town Telephone 3-6668

C13145
1973 PLYMOUTH SATELLITE
four door, vinyl top,.
airconditioned, power brakes.
buying smaller car will sell for
$4900 Cost $6,200 A-I
condit on 11 months old
Tel. 32580
C13150
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.
USED CAR LIST
1970 HILLMAN MINX 4 Dr
Std. Green $850.
1971 VAUXHALL VICTOR
5/W Auto, brown $1800
1973 PONTIAC VENTURA 2
Dr A/C Bucket seats, vinyl,.
floor shift $5600.
1973 PONTIAC FIREBIRD
ESPRIT 4000 miles only A/C
stereo $6500
1970 VAUXHALL VIVA 4 Dr


Auto. white $700.
1973 VAUXHALL VIVA 2 Dr.
White Std. $1500.
Telephone 34636-7 8
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice Plant
C13157
1973 PLYMOUTH DUSTER
airconditioned radio tape
deck. 800 miles. $5800. Phone
34527 28293. 12,000 mile
warranty.
C13136
MORRIS 1100, low mileage -
quick sale $600.00. Tel. 22454
24640 between 9.00 a.m.
and 5.00 p.m. Monday to
Friday.


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


PETS FOR SALE


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C13075
2 DACHSHUND PUPPIES -
back 8 weeks old. Please call
Mrs. Clara Malone daytime
21986 night 5-3657.

FOR SALE
C 13152
SALE
SALE
SALE
50: off on all Blouses
Where"
at
LAURRANE'S HOUSE
OF HOSIERY
Palmetto Avenue off
Market Street opposite
Carrol's Food Store.

C13056
SETS of Wor Id Book
Encyclopedia ChildL,'ft World
Atlas and Dictionvies. For
information call 23021,

C13057
1 Cr ib with mattress
1 hiah chair
1 soldering gun
1 megaphone
Itenis of silver and pewter
Mi scellaneous parts for
cabinets and other woodwork
Metal frames ideal fto
display board
1 Antique gold leaf framed
iIIl Ior
1 secretarial desk
1 desk 36 x 72 inches and
chairs
Miscellaneous desk accessories.
Call 23921.
C131i00
RECORDS
45 r .p.m. by Arthur
"'Preacher" R Ie "e
SURRENDER"
Come to Honda Rental, East
Street north of Bay, and ask
for Glen, or cail 5-7655. ask
for Preacher.

C 13113
BABY PRAM. stroll, walker
& scales. Also ceiling lamps,
side table & stereo record
player/radio. Phone 3-2110.

C 13163
ARTICLES FOR SALE
For informator, contact Mt
M. Cartwnamt phone 22234 or
24030
Butcher Boy $300.00
Hamburger Machine $190.00
S.... Machine $500.00
Western Deep Freeze
$775.00
Vegetable Box $450.00
Cheese Box- $450.00
Milk Box $550.00
Meat Show Case $485.00
Scales $450.00
2 NCR Cash Registers
1 Desk
I Filing Cabinet

C 13181
PiC.',j i 7147 Quadraphonic
Receiver plus PL-12D turntable
and 'our DB-Speaker systems.
New condition, if you're
prepared to pay for quality
phone 32701 'rom 10 a.m. -
11 a.m or 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.


CARD OF THANKS
C13158
MRS. DORIS ROBERTS
DESTIN, mother of Mr.
Wentworth "Wankie" Roberts,
wishes to thank her many
friends and relatives for their
kind expression of sympathy in
her recent bereavement, special
thanks to Deacons Rahming
and Bethell, Father Moss. Mr.
Philip Kemp. Mr. Howard
Johnson and the Tour
Operators Association.
Special thanks also to the nice
Nurse at Princess Margaret
Hospital, Nurse Butler, Mr.
George Albury of New York,
and the many friends and
relatives who came from
Harbour Island to pay respects.
Left to mourn: His mother
Mr s Dorts Roberts, one
brother Mr Thomas Roberts.
three sisters Mrs. Marita
Stirrup, Mrs Noela Miler, Mrs.
Lavenra Bairn. two aunts Mrs.
Maude Ferguson, Mrs. Anita
Roberts, one uncle Mr. Williamn
Roberts of Harbour Island,
three children Mr. Anthony
Roberts, Mrs Doris Lewis both
of New York and Mr Stewart
Roberts of Fort Lauderdale
and one grandson Master
Wentworth Anthony "Wankie"
Roberts the 3rd.
DORIS ROBERTS


MARINE SUPPLIES
C13168
BOSTON WHALER 13'2',
40-horse Johnson, Trailer.
$1,195.00 cash Call John Cash
2-2768 days, 3-1397 evenings.

C 11894
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.


C13065
PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.

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


SCHOOLS


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C13147
GUITAR CLASSES. Group cr
individual instructions. Call
52354 mornings.

C 13039
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL

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


POSITION WANTED

C131 !4

WELL-EDUCATED young
lady with Bahamian status,
< ... ' graduate, speaks and
writes German, French.
Spanish and English fluently,
seeks position. Please contact
MVs Roberts at 42016 or write
to P 0. Box N8282.




C31335
THIS 's to iofotrn the public
that the land at Blanket Sound
and Stafford Creek, Andros is
owned by Melhioui n Browvr
and cannot be sold without my
consent.
Signed: MEt BOURN BROWN


HELP WANTED
C13140
WANTED L Hotel Managel for
Hotel Rc.urt at Gree, Teurtl
Ca'A. Abac Pr orIOLIS
e perience preftieod For
n terviePw an, .iqenmerts call
2 1821

S13137
WANTED: Astist r aiagci
foI local mniant'ln'r( arind
Supply opci atw n Aiplican's
simuld have .t least o e yr dii 'S
expel lernie ii ,an adn tiititilative
(apa-ity. Should also be w'ilhl g
to train. int, vario.,s facets of
building maintenance. Salary
to be lomrnmensui ate with
qualificfations and expellence.
Call 4-2578 for appoinltmenit
A valid 'diivei,' thcence is
essential.

C13063
POSITION AVAILABLE FOR
MASTER MARINER Island
Cement Company Limited, P.
0 Box 5140, Nassau. Bahamas
is seeking a qualified Baharnian
'or Master of the M/V "Island
Cement", a 1500 DWT Bul3-
Ocean Vessel. Applicant must
be at least 30 years of age,
tully qualified as to education
and professional exper ience,
possessing a British
Fote gn -Going Master M\ar ine
Ce tif t cate.
Applicants to please appl: in
writing ti the above address
giving a f ull resume of
education, expel lnce .iidi
technical cei tificatsion.

C13153
ONE far worker. Call H
Deanr 3,-6314.

C13155
YOUNG Manr with experience
in hardware and knowledgeable
in bolts atd nuts. Apply Mauia
Lunber Company in writing P.
0. Box N 8177, Nassau

C13121
TELEVR'Ni,'", Radio and
Phonograph Service Man with
at least 5 years experience in
R.C.A. products, 'epas Mail
application with all references.
Interview by appointment
The President, Home Furniture
Co. Ltd., P. 0. Box N331.
Nassau.

C13165
FLAGLER INN requires an
e x p e r i e r i e d Fp* c anti iso
Secretary, to fulfl thlbs
position. Shortthand and typing
are essential. Also piefer
languages Geman and F iench.
Please contact diict RoI o
Overend. General Manager at
55561 or 555/9.

C 13 161
BOOKKF EPt-R required by
Lyford Cay Club. Applhiants
must have at least three years
experience. Must be able to do
bank recorhciliatiins and keep
or igial books of entiy.
Applications in wilting only to
the Controller, P. O. Box
N7776, Nassau.


C13162
HEAD FRONT DESK
CASHIER requpird by Lyford
Cay Club. Applo(rants must
have at least five yeais
experience. Duties include
supervision and training of a
staff of 20. Must be able to
work seven day week in
season and evenings. Thorough
knowledge of NC R 2000
posting machine essential. Also
involves large amount of
correspondence and handling
of approximately 1000
accounts receivable.
Applications in witting only to
the Controller, P. O. Box
N7776, Nassau.


TRADE SERVICES

C13055
FOR REPAIRS on sn,.-:
electrical appliances at
reasonable prices call 27612.


ANTENNAS

Island TV 2-2618

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

BUILDERS
Richard's Construction5-7080

CAMERAS
John Bull 2-4252/3

CARPETS
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993

CUSTOMS BROKERS
Martin's 2-3173

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

DRAPERIES
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993

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

ENTERTAINMENT
Movies
Film & Equip. Service 2-2157

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

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


HARDWARE
John S. George 2-8421/6

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

LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING
New Oriental Laundry 2-4406

LOCKSMITH
Bahamas Lock & Key
2-4591 ext.C147

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


MUSIC
Cody's Records


2-8500


OPTICIANS
Optical Service Ltd. 2-3910/1

PRINTING
Wong's Printing 5-4506

RADIO & T.V. SALES
Carter's Records 2-4711


RUBBER STAMPS
Wong's Rubber Stamp
Co. 5-4506

SPORTS GOODS
Champion Sport Land 2-1862

TRAVEL
Playtours 2-2931/7
R. H. Curry & Co., 2.8681/7

TRUCKING SERVICE
Gonzalez Trucking
3-1562/2-4726


WRECKER SERVICE
Gibson Wrecker Service2-8896


FOR THE ACTION 101 WANT


Shop Nassau Merchants


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TRADE SERVICES TRADE SERVICES

C13141 C13134
R & R PROPERTY
MAINTENANCE proudly
announce the opening of their
offices in the Malton House,
Collins Avenue. We mow your
7 Jlawn, spray your plants and do
any repairs to your home. For
quick and efficient service, call
52539.


--a
Bicycle Exercise?'r:"-
Vibratory Belt
KEEP FIT AT HOME
EXERCISE EQUIPMENT
FOR SALE OR RENT

TELEPHONE
A \SSAU DRUG STORE
HUBERT WONG
5-4506


C13045




Mackey Street
& R-,o alt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P.O. Box N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LiFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 7-7434,
FREE ESTIMATES.


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

C13054
FOR INFORMATION on i
unique finish on your hon.e,
which will give you 30 years of
paint free service. Call 27612.

C13159
FOR ALL your Gardening
needs, trimming, hedging.
pruning, beach cleaning, for
prompt reasonable and
efficient service. Call 5-7810.

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


WANTED

REAL ESTATE WANTED
C6585
Island, 200 acres or more for
development. Richard A.
Little, 136 Chilean Ave., Palm
Beach Fla. 33480.


HELP WANTED

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

C13166
TENNIS PRO for 400 room
hotel. Responsible for keeping
hotel courts in top playing
condition. Arrange and
supervise tennis activities for
hotel guests and be able to
teach tennis. Must be
recognized tennis professional.
25 to 40 years of age and 6 to
10 years experience.
POTWASHERS, KITCHEN
CLEANERS, HOUSEMAN, &
KITCHEN PORTERS required.
Must have Valid Health
certificate and police record.
Interested applicants apply to:
Miss Delone Bowe, Personnel
Office of Princess Properties
International Ltd., P. 0. Box
F-2623 enclosing references
and police record, or telephone
352-9661 for interview.

C6580
1 GARDE MANGE PR'
BUTCHER: Minimum of three
years experience in first class
hotels or restaurants. Good
references and Police
Certificate required.
Applicants should apply in
person to: The Personnel
Department, Bahamas
Amusements Limited, El
Casino, P. 0. Box F-787,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

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
experience.
If interested, call Sister Mary
Alice, Mary Star of the Sea
School, Freeport 373-3456.


I IELP WANTED ]
C13160
SYNTEX CORPORATION
HAS THE FOLLOWING
VACANCY:-
PROCESS DEVELOPMENT
CHEMIST, B.Sc. The
successful candidate will assist
in establishing technical
objectives and developing
programmes and projects in the
Process Development
Department; in improving
methods and quality of
production and m ist be able to
perform numerous organic
reactions unsupervised, such as
oxidations, reductions,
esterificat ions, dehydro-
genations and halogenations
and must prepare accurate
detailed reports of work
per formed Applicants should
apply in person at Syntex
Corporation, West Sunrise
Highway or write to Employee
Relations Manager, P. o0. Box
F-2430, Freeport, Bahamas.

C6589
GARDENER for luxury Hotel.
Must have knowledge of all
phases of ga denying, pruning of
shrubbery, etc.
GENERAL MANAGER for
luxury Resort Hotel, must be a
College Graduate or equivalent
with at least ten (10) years
experience in the Hotel
business in Managerial level and
must be able to travel.
Apply: Royale Lucayan Inn, P.
0. Box F-477. Fieopoirt.

C6587
QUALIFIED REFRIGE-
RATION EXPERT
REQUIRED, ROOM A/C'S
AND HEAVY DUTY UNITS.
BE ABLE TO WORK WITH
MINIMUM SUPERVISION.
P R E VENT ATI VE
M A I N T E N A N C E
EXPERIENCE. REFE-
RENCES, TRADE
CERTIFICATES AND
POLICE CERTIFICATE
REQUIRED. EXCELLENT
SALARY AND WORKING
CONDITIONS. APPLY TO:
THE MANAGER, OCEANUS
HOTELS, LTD., P. 0. Box
F-531, FREEPORT, GRAND
BAHAMA.

C6588
GENERAL MANAGER for
Luxury Res'rt Hotel, rust be
a College Gradtuate or
equivalent with at least ten
(10) years experience in the
Hotel business in Managerial
level and must be able to
travel.
Apply: LUCAYAN BEACH
HOTEL, P. 0 Box F 336,
Freeport.


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-1 Kin Feature" Syndice,,, In 1974 WorId nght. revved

"I'm going back to my old job doing the housework
while my wife goes back to work."
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"WANNA HEAR A T 4/VWDA/WAW WHY I
WON'T EAT MV CARROTS ?'


"He's smashed. Im putti


CROSSWORD

PUZZLE
ACROSS
26 Expert
1 Baseball 28. Position of a
necessity golf ',a"
5. Downcast 29. Owing
..hauovy 30. Bark
11 Pearl Buck 32. Secretive
heroine 33. Bargains
12 --- de 36. Inexperienced
cologne 38. Meat roaster
13 Shield 43. Handel SC
-4 Indian oratorio
garment 45. Bolt
.3 Fashioned 46- Gums
17. Glass slipper 47, Conce;t
wearer 48. it ', ,
19, Night before insect
20. Lurk 49. Might
23 Residue 50. Toper


2 Tu E
ELA N IPID E 4k




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TIN K E



SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE


51. Lab vess- 3. Mountain
lake
DOWN 4. Tricky
5. Confidentiality
6. River to the
1. Pear Rhine
2. Turkish 7. Affairs of
regiment honor
7 7 9 o 8. Particulars
9. Winter peril
10. Mire
16. Plenary
18. Topsy's friend
/- / 21. Nothing
22. Principal
- 2 23. Compute
24. Take to court
28 25. Rumor
27. Hearing
32 31. Ballet step
34. - Alamos
37 35. Filthy places
-4 14 42 37. Golf club
39. Othello's
opponent
40. Rave
: 41. Persia
42. Girl's name
! 43. Silent


hp ~irttbunt


puru~r~


Winning

Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
Witai Omar Sharif smiling at
the reader from a gaily coloured
cover, a new 48-page glossy
bridge magazine makes its ap-
pzarance this month. Modelled
on the Califtrnian bi-monthly
with the same title, Popular
Bridge (40p). is produced by
WSB Publications, of 13-17 New
Burlington Place, W.I. Rhoda
and Tony Lederer are the edi-
tors.
Lively, variegated features,
quizzM and anecdotes enrich the
Arirt issue.
This is a hand from a series
illustrating the difference be-
tween rubber bridge and match-
res g East
4 A Q 5 4 3
SA K 9 Z76 432
SA J 0 564Q
J 9 3 2 4 A Q 10 5


West East
2 NT 3 NT
North leads the 46.
W.th two entries to dummy,
West would have no problem.
He would use the first entry for
t ie diamond finesse. If lost, he
would hold up the 4 A. then
take the club finesse a safety.
Should South turn up with the
4K, he would have no spade
left or else the suit would have
broken harmlessly 4--4.
With only one entry to dummy,
he dare not finesse the club first.
in case North started with five
spades and the OK.
What's tine solution?
With IMPs or aggregate scor-
ins, it's simple. At trick two
West leads the OQ, not caring
who has the OKr. po th i way he
ensures nine tricks against any
distribution. Not so with match-
points for now, if the OK is
flnessible. other declarers will
score 630 (or maybe 620 In 4?)
and the safety play will lead to
a bottom.


I N H words of
SI f t iit r leiler-
ir more ioiii
E letter. ln hoii
Ih ere r I i
m a k I n a a
word e' a e n
let ler Ili a
l ls ied oncl,
onily. E 1i
word must contain the large
letter, .nd there must be at
leiait oine IO lh -leller word In the
list. No plurals; no foreign words;
no proper naitles. 'IDAV'l '
TARGtET : 25 riords. good ;
31 words, very good : 3j words
excev'ent Solution tomorrow.
MONDAVI' S OLUt I Io N
Apse asset east hale hall hapless
haslet hasp haste hatless hate
heal heap heat lapse lash laus
last late lath lathe leap leapt
leash least least pale pass past
paste pastel pate path PATH.
ESS peal eat petal phase
plash plat plate plea pleat sale
salep salt sash sate seal seat
sepal septal shale shape shell
slap slash slat slate spat spate
spathe splash stale staple steal
tale tape tassel teal.


Rupert and Raggety Again-17
1-,, .AM 70 l^ m~i^


Lost, did you say?" croaks Granny. "I's
F"Y belief those onions were taken. Stolen !
goes on her way still searching the
ground. I'm looking for something too," says
Rupert and he tells Rollo of the missing straw
hat I came to ask Raggety if he'd taken it,
but he was In a bad temper and told me to go
*way," "That sounds just like Raggety,


Chess
By LEONARD BARDEN













Lrubojevic of Yugoslavia is
talented young ciiess nmasterL, in
the worla, but he iauled to solie
this easy posit-on in his game
with Szabo in the Hilversum
L juooev.ce White,to mnove)
Lubcan choose between (avia QxP;


tb) 1 Q-B3; (ci 1 BxKt; (d) 1
Q-Q3 areckoned among the mostQ-B


talented youngbeat the grandmaster in
andwith Szabo in the tlmovetorm
LWhituoojevc (Wite, to nve

Parn choose between (20 ;
2 miCan you beat the grandmayter4


minutes. average; I' i'.1 iit

Chess Solution
(d) find t righight. After move -or3
Black has no reasonable defence
to 2 Q--Kt5 ch and 3 Q-KtT
mate.1 c, will win quickly if
White follows 1 B Kt, x B wilt
Pari timesb 20 soBJ wds, henc),
stopped the mate with I
master; 4 and seon with his extra
bishop. 'a) I QxPP9 P-Q4 is
imprecise: White misses the
2 mateinbutes, could player: 4in on
materis, al ub tr Kth r,
-B4novice? B is a novice blunder
9--B4 ? B xQ is a novice blunder.


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(n
1 2 1 5 1 I 19

a0 1 21







9. Title. (4)
11. It mas well reilace the
Yule log. (4)
12. Natu rally this week it U
Ineltdes Cliristlmus rutlinc 2
(4)
13. They sing about this Kinr. 0
(9) r-
14. Something to look forward (
to for months. (9)
'0. Rider seen (anag.s. (!i)
23. Little devil. (3) U-
24. Muellage. (3)
25. Before. (3)
26. Autnumn colour. (5)
27. Burn. (5)
28. Posesses. (4)
Doln
1. Wiiterr feature. (41)
2. Domiestileated. (4)
3. Sword-play. (7) r
4. Chimneys. (3)
.. Cold sweets. (4)
(i. Christmas name. (4)
;. Fete. (4)
8. For sour drink. (5)
10. Chess pieces. (3)
14. itarred rece t a ce I s for
cattle fodder. (5)
I.. Edge. (3)
16. Yorkshire city. (3)
17. T I min e.
(5) LAPS T C K
s18. t LH 11
together. Als S.o I T
(4) 1_ - E 0AT
19. Scottish E 5 I2 P L1'g L
I s land.
(5) MEANWHI
S. San d- A L AAGES
*1 a n d- AN GAS
2S. Stlcheles. _SE IT TY
(4) SaturJail 'i suitor.


'I


REX MORGAN, M.D.


By DAL CURTI

THEY'LL BEV TNAT' J 'FTNoIN WE
HOME THEY O0U6,A ST A TO BOWL ON SOWI1NO ONE NiMT 0W 9
MONDAYS/. A WEEK / r'S A GAoD
r k1 Y T lKEEP lip w!,j, '
J-4 VVOU R ,,, i E N 05


CARROLL RIGHTER'S

SflOROSCOPE
A from the Carroll Righter Institute
'7 GENERAL TENDENCIES: The early morning
requires you sidestep a pending argument for it
could cause much trouble. Later you are able to see things in a
better perspective and can accomplish a great deal in this way.
Organize the future sensibly.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Take care you don't get into
any arguments with personal friends or those in business, since
tempers are short today. Use good judgment.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) If you steer clear of an
argument at home, you can improve your surroundings. Plan
the future intelligently. Rise above any shortcomings.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Ideal time to shop for
appliances you need. Handle travel matters well and don't
neglect to correspond. Reach important decisions early.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Plan how to have
more abundance in the future. Consult with an expert in
monetary matters. Sidestep one who downgrades you.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Expressing other talents you
possess is best way to get out of a bind now and add to
income. Take health treatments. Be more dynamic.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Expressing other talents you
possess is best way to get out of a bind now and add to income
quickly. Take health treatments.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Engage in new activities where
you can meet charming people and add to your roster of
business contacts. Handle routine work early.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Seek the advice of bigwig
who can be helpful now. Any civic work you like to do can
bring fine results now. Contact old-time friend.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Good day for you to
plan a trip. Also, good for you to do some tall thinking that
will put you in a better position in life.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Make sure bills are paid
on time. Come to a better understanding with mate and be
happier. Make long-range plans for the future.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Work on the policy level
with associates and get excellent results now. Make the future
more interesting and affluent than in the past.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Use your finest skills at
whatever your work may be and command the greater benefits
for which you yearn Improve your appearance.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be
one of those persons with boundless confidence. If you give
added encouragement there will be much success early in life.
It is imperative you afford a fine educational curriculum that
fits your progeny for whatever the forte may be. The field of
government is particularly fine here.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


'


laughs Rollo. The chums do not know that
the little creature has popped up again and is
listening to every word. I mustn't stay," says
Rollo. My friends at the fair are moving on
today and I promised to help feed the animals
before they leave," And still unnoticed by the
chums, Raggety is now lowering himself to the
ground. ALL RIGHTs IEWNVEs


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JUDGE PARKER By PAUL NICHOLS

li . TE AS ON YO CAN E SURE TN OT T : NOUGHT vOU OUstT TO7
A LE5 -- OUR WND? SADE ROBERTS! HE 5 S KNOW TAT ROBERTS
I A- NO LONGER NIY C.RC A ED $75000.
70 SEE - \ C.EN AND iF HE DIDNT A u














APARTMENT 3-G By Alex Kotzky


WHEN HE LEFT THEA > BUT I TALKED TO THE MAi!.E V' NO (;'.E'. ABOUT IT---
V7 -M---,n V ,J'MAN AT THE i HE WENT BACK AND -i'EC. UP THE ANP I CAME CLL OF IT LIKE
C W .EV HIM? P ; I WOMAN. THEY LEFT A RANK AMATEUR'
RE N' TO ME OGETHER N I OTHER

E5uT HE KNEW BRUCE! IET ME TAKE
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STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD by saunders & overgard

LEAVE US AND SEE THAT
MORNING VAWCE IS THIS 15 THE WE ARE NOT DISTURBED r -" Ie
S 55---M--- EXPECTING .OU. GENTLEMAN MI5 JONES./
COME THIS WAY, HO --- 5 /
PLEASE AS'T
EXPECTING .


STHIS WON'T TAKE LONGYES!.I
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12 Ultw (rituLL


Wednesday January 9, 1974


BOBBY WINS THE GOLD CUP

BAHAMIAN Bobby Symonette captured the Scandinavian
Gold Cup today when he clinched the fourth and final race in
his 5.5 metre John B. Yacht off Broken Bay, Sydney, Australia.
In a 15 knot easterly, Symonette won over his nearest rival
Prince Harald, of Norway, by 35 seconds after Prince Harald had
led on all markers except the last one.
Symonette is reported to have said after the race: "Those were
thle most unpleasant seas I have ever sailed on."
Accompanied throughout the four race series by his crew Peter
and Jorgen Sunderland, of Sweden, Symonette won the first and
second races in John B. and finished third in the third race before
winning the fourth.
Prince Harald qualified for the race by winning the third race
in his vacht Skagerak. Australia, Sweden and Switzerland had
previously been eliminated. BOBB.Y SYMONETTE



Barr just needs action


now -- Goldstein

BOXING By Gladstone Thurston


Now thru Friday
Matinee starts at 2:15
Evening 8:30

VAMPIRE CIRCUS" PG.

Adrienne Corn
Anthony Corlan
Dlus


Nm
Con


"COUNTESS DRACULA"PG.
Ingrid Pitt
Nigel Green
'Phone 22534


NOW SHOWING
Matinee continuous fromI 1:31
-'Phone 34666


I.e'.M

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Out in front in the second race


SAUNDERS


RACES IN


FOR TWO


FIRSTS

RACING By Ivan Johnson


I\' N,'I \Y SAt it\ RS
egd ,a O, the mo, succe 'i
: k with' wint it :o, ruth
.;d eighth raw:- on Legal
ntr> ;and -T .' respectiv o!\
W : V k C O W 'La = C 'O d m et c ,
At ;. lfdb I\ IHorse Ra.e

1 .1 t 'i ;

Se in s 'ien r '- n

"' -= v ;.> er\ : 'ald \iwhi
jde E by lid Sturrmp.
Sti : \ ci was piaced :u-
*: I, .tl m.ee \ \e:l rode
ladenn tn Vn or in the
I'"rsi r.- e and' captured second
:-tu e'- ;ir L'IC se ond race in
S ; t e. h fifthh race ,n
no > *;.' and the igih r.e
s,- Lil ess
th r,-d, d described h\
-ang t -CrC:A )av' d Stravhan
j \ 1nor ni; wi -e treated to two
trep pai c!stu
Ihe :rt and biggest came in
the I1\ ') i.ube when :-a -
Mali s ridd .in b Stan McNeil
Itsn th-: 'irst race and Pat
is 'e :tt : ,: t t;lor y Stopper




iv I i 7 it'ei w he t it" tl
the I meet
1p, ; - .,n';i mt-: wit n paid
0 ket h -'i-- s )14 '(A
M i : t.in- ar l i
dli-,is p, te.";i ( i e start ot the
thir d ace t Wi.-i tsn a iavourite,


I op Secret, reared coMing out
ot the starting gate and
dumped hockey Nelson
S meeting before :,.l.'
riderless towards the finish ml'
li;ne
Top Secret was eventual=i
caught and Swe te n
remounted to finish the race .n
"ighth plw.w'
lerbert Woodsidc beca'n
ihe first jockey to be injured
'A sseasotn hen his momitil
Paia Doper!as. appeared to shI
om'ng around the bend in the
fourthh race and ..... fell
Reliable sources 5a3'
Woodside is suffering from
concussionn following the 'I
Results and payoffs:
SIRS RACFi I urlongs 1.
Re'gAils Maiden (3) S. M.sNelt
55 '5, $2.8S. $2.70.
2 T amette Dial (8) I
I- rnander $9.00. $5.25
S \ malone (5) A. Gibbs
sI OND RACE 6 lIurlongs I
(;|I>r Stopper (3) 1
emeritte $ 18.00. $5 55, S3.80.
2 \\all I e (7) S. McNeil
S3.45 S2 65
3 I he Outsider (9) H.
%' ooi dc $4 to10. Daily Double
f3 3) 4 1 10.50.
I irsi Quinrell. (3 7 S $40.30
I liRl RAiTI 5 1 urlongs 1
in'lm Iwist (1i t; Bain 5 16 45.
St 05 s, "o,
'A.li awhile (5t I. Sturrupt
T4 S ';3 o0.
S I rii.r ill J. Baiun S5 40.
se iasid .)uiinella (5 8) "42,35
I It)i'K RACI 4'. I-urlongs
S legal I ntr' (I t Ant Saunders
S 1580. S3 40, $2 85
2 Valde (5) G Btain $2 S0.
2 30.
3. Sanerir sa (12)( ;. Serchwell
S5 10 1hird iiuinell i(1 5)
I it I ACI h I urlongs


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to* 55, s 5
4 n i5'. i i i 21 1 5 .
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Stuirrtir' <4,'95. ,,3 .0'1
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Seearclhl ell S -- Oil i
5 ,o 5 -s 4S.

Oakland


CHICAGO Charle'
Finley has put the Oaklanid
Athletics up for sale. tihe
Chicago Tribune reportnl
today.
The price, the lie.. i i' '
said, is S 15 million
Finley told the Iribune
that he finally ha', acquiesced
to the urgings of his doctors,
"My doctor has told iun t,'
get out of all sp1 rts i.I
physical reasons I" I ni-
said.
tie said hle ,. opev. ;n bids
from "responsible parties tif
purchase the American
League Baseball Club wshbch
he moved from Kansas ( 'i,
to Oakland in 1969. I lie team
has given hin two worldd
series championships in 1
row.
Finlev told the Tribune h.'


Todd ke

INS AI) ;
play ing all nieh ,
Todd of John iul
a lot ot subh-;:
Not that tlw ,
too man\ i t f -
gruimblmg! abwt'"
court t k I
'there are 1 ci`o-iihl p1 i '- ;
this team r 1 1 u :
act.' said I -2i l I i ;
m ake', sure tlai t li-. ilfil n !
as much ex\cn .: -.i
so as to h- p.ip!j ,"
league
Wdr etJ up itoili Q i
victory over iPaht I xi':, s
Monday> John H:ill .liin.
return ti t e cr islt it ''rlit
deftendii g tlhtcir nIts1 ct.ij '.l
record against the HW. r io' l 11
the first game 7 30 lat Ih \. -
Adderlcy (n m.
Becks Coiugars pla Bhmin
Town Juniors inl the tirst gamec
at the (. 1 Gibson The rookies
of Pinders Basketball Club take
on Superwash Arawaks in the




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ASSIGNMENT TC
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Patrick O'Neal.
Joan Hackett
PLUS
"BRIDGE AT
REMAGEN" PG.
George Segal,
Robert Vaughn




0, evening 8:30






LEE
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ii


the Birdland Arena next week
Friday. His bout with
Jamaica's Roy Goss,
rescheduled for the first week
in February is still awaiting
confirmation.
Light heavyweight
contender Bobby Lloyd,
because of his impending
match with Mike Quarry
decided to omit his bout with
Tommy Hicks so as to be in
good condition.
Confident that they will
come out the winner Pat
Currey, Lloyd's manager, said,
"Mike Ouarry is available and I
don't know when we would get
the chance at him again."
So heavyweight champ
Boston Blackie has his work
cut out for him. lie replaces
Lloyd against Hicks on a date


to be named.
Boston has been hard at
work training at Birdland
where he can be seen each
afternoon working out with
middleweight champ Rennie
Pinder, K. 0. Grant and Barr.
He will need top ability to stop
Hicks.
Hicks who has never been
off his feet gave Bob Foster
some problems before he was
stopped on cuts in the seventh
round of their championship
bout.
Bahamas light heavyweight
champ Baby Boy Rolle should
be his old self again when he
returns from Deer Park Pa.,
where he is working as a
sparring partner with former
world heavyweight champ
Muhammed Ali.


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1974 -- our 40th year of photography in The Bahamas



EFFECTIVE SUNDAY, JANUARY 6th
BAHAMASAIR
ARRIVALS AT AND DEPARTURES FROM
MIAMI
WILL BE ONE HOUR LATER
THAN PRINTED SCHEDULE
DUE U.S.A. ADOPTION OF
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME


I 1- \ mni middleweight
;on K id Barr stepped into
St ring FIriday against
\: -'I ( Charlie "Baby"
i ,d. h represented the
!' ,f the crop of boxers to
: ik the professional scene

'tWith1 months in the
'' ,i ring. Barr has
S.(.; I om a preliminary to
S' enter. IHis eight
", o unanimous decision
o!iijid was his ninth win
t manager Marty
Sicm Barr was great and
t ls imnipressive
lie C :d lack some of his
However. I feel
Sthe i eight rounds with
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I1. : !til.rd is heart warming,
I! ;I;i, I 1 g ined a wealth
I e-r needs now is lots of
Sit v will fill the only
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oldstcin said.
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S' h left for Miami
W ^^ whe lie will
S aianlc'd extensive
S t fth Street Gym
i of ring
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J. iM il ntllinute to get
S! po nciits, Goldstein
: :s dIlways in shape
'i. ejsy matches
I : n nothing to further
She Bahiamas
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tr .,, ou t with
S' 'de the
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t l victim in
t. t the Birdland.
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n the second
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I nd \ected him to
S : tet water absorbing a
:, .... !.nnra ri'ht on the chin."
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