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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: January 10, 1974
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ered with Postmaster of Bahamaf..or postage concesions with the Bahama.. Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


VOL. LXX1, No. 39 Thursday January 10, 1974 Price: 15 Cents


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Economy is








Bahamas








big problem




--avs Pindling in Xliami interview


I \TRS \RV 'l the


M i: im*i d .il tel r wik. A! t
H i : *:, t+. 1 iiont page st,, tod;il
; :, cij the headline 'Suci ess or
; .i ,-., .. n ('0 was base d )Ii .i
I:, f t F r i'de inte 1 n Miami with

", +.,I,-! ;d i :ifil th- 1 c oni-my both as
i '' l n d lithe No I political issue
iC ,,'rlt I l;,it :,I Itin had reached serious
'iBa-, li.sh Mr, Hurt sais
I ,:. \liirster also touIched o 1 a
:: ,,*:. + ;:2,"' li!i ++ !' ot partncular Oicor erni


S I ;:[ ;; i.' p Oi i t iludi lg thei
S -i.i i work permIits o'i
i f . '. in e furtn) all ed and

e i l ih ',;; J iik i C t icen the B.aliaiiia.
.., th I 1 ted Stat's to settle
S i .,i S bases tIt the



GBC 'to bt



sold for


$7.4 million'


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in i i ': t I 1 h h Ili i 1A
I i ii 1i i 'illt
Spi d M ll cp rted in its
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I h, .pc t sil ihat cctla un il
* I i'-+ .ii 'i ,t ion I t! d o
[, +,i t. i. :! I .iii pa > o f
ic,* il >,)i|,t;>:! .m I tcl "d lo


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P-i M i(-. t Ii I bunlli
1 H nr!!tl m, .)t+.d hat th,)
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f 1i:;| ', \ i' h. t id t t ho

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i I i ilniltel alld M r1
\iin -&ina M \i trd, BW\ti

=ii'i i l il\ iiih ic tor cotmm ent.
iln ,I i i o shacholde'rs
4 ;;l ( .i pial p e ident i W .
I B i.. c .il1d thal tile

}i hli. :- i'-i h tl 1it pioduced
ilhe -h.irc< erc i tired m
()..i.tIliei 1 0 w. lid therc was
no likvhh ), }i)t tiv\idend
plt\ ;, ;i d~t+' *f} inade within





FRUIT
BASKETS


NASSAU -FREEPORT


A ccortdine t I, i.- l. .ndI
Mail shircholdu-l of ScI.tn i i
1 apilal will ie ask. I5
approve the ic sale at ia im'ccplt
1ianiiua 2- IhCe deal in1i\ di s,
794,017 shdalcs ol (,Ht
representing ian 8 per ie;
interest by Seciunt\ C.tpit.il
(Cont irination thutl thc .lt -
w5 -1 bl ini li' .i' d ,' i .l i i ,.i -
c'11 e from tl1ic -S i i11: ( -i it|
PICs iedcntl
lic police for the i sh eie, is
equivalent to 5,. 3' ,a slhie
Ihe bhu\r will pai\ $4 million
in cash Ihlie hilince o i 53 4
miltiln is illn nolcx C.T ling )
per cenlt inte .tcL the paper
said.
T'lhe plice C o (;B( is fi!
close to t e S' 2! I sh.re it
w\ ilch the shares aic .airtId oi
Security Capit.il's tooks." I'he
()lobe and Mail rcpoitecd.
Slic paper said lihowe\ r that
it was i\ll lo ithe i ctiitail
cost to Scturitl (I apla tA t
SI1 )98 a sharc
Securitl Capital intends
to use the cash to repay S3.0
million luei to IFlT Management
(Company S.A. at the end of
January.
In his letter to shareholders
Mr. Biarnes said re pa tleiillI of
the 11l loan will rid Security
Capital of "a burdensome and
constricting debt "
The controlling interest in
Security ( capital is eld by Mr.
Norman P. LeBlanc. director of
Baha mas Col Immionwealth
Bank. Mr. LeBlanc's l.rni
Fairborn Corporation bouglht
Lewis Oakcs I td. in September
1972 and thereby gained
control of Butler's Bank and
the Butler group's interest in
General Bahamian Comupanies.


isla is have no- : ,,+*d is switt!,- .,, ;- .d : *-
I he a hnlpc.a. i, p n ipi. t! -. IK_-l+.
Bahamas would expand its terrt ,, : i is.'-,
'. i. s a maior torl 'ig' police gk i,;
l hl bombing of .a Bi hal ::iaa: .i- in the
Ui. nI i Rivhe r wu as misdkiect't.: 'ei'c'ge i:-
n- one tryiSng to prove a poiit Il either
iv-e lie ,sanl. it was "ha-d to v.--, hi, 1. h j
siiluii could e'\si t and br p'.petra:ed ii.p
.Ameicti oan territior "
Bahamian po':tlal powcr has -ie e t in
the last sever: ir'f to h 'oadcri Ba.hil:, ianl
participa.it.in in the f.o un. and tHiuhainan -,
have been f o!\i oiredl ho .iAl n t in pi:,'i
yeTArs been tgven an ppo .n'lr' t" I i-i:'r; ii'' "
t!-e I1i- 'rald 1 ,.e' ve,
t lie maji poilti a.l is Ie in th B1 iiii.' is
KCNV-ilt 1 t1A' ti Jit" l P i" ;V'' Y tP-
t 'rn country i a. O [ I!- In- and l 1!tI-

[, his w a! !: oe iiC '.l -. i- i . "


a atatt
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o 1 ir 1 d;ti o h i if a riri .
and boats cannot "--t adt quiafte
I Xix Mr Pindhitg xad Ihe
p,,sible spinott ;r', i El.
COO hv !to" oK
S. n U.. li . n o t. ,Mv
Batt ,-vis K 'f-i

"li i i + tn t h ii!i ti;g"
t! .In!-i- rtat l an d

1 ;\1 'i .i iC i ,r1 1 I !I t .

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Ai re' enti ,',i lii ,' '.;
thIe PriIn M in l ,:- 1 iJ
t irt 1! :p .1 'v l '1 ; l t 'k -
I -,lr0! ,l-a ;li. It '- 'I
\Ip<'-ICd th t h lat O '- s .JS+-, 1 V ;!l
hr ii l'diocre '
\Nl Pindling j'i nut.d thI
to lI- I inoll' troin;l i h tlhel ccirt

',li'li i* i '" I t
would s,- t!h t oir
ecoif ti) I nS\t is Iiistlilh.'" h ie
add'-d, 'and tluti this is dlue
S ,-..- i. tIL oildditil 'is bei- ,'id
our control '
I he current iunetiplosmnth'lit
ate in the Bahnaira a.ccordintig
to the Priune Miister, is aibout
-n pe cent. iHe said reports o
unemployment reaching as
high as 15 per ceOit were
inaccurate.
'Mr Pindling poinbtd out
however, that the government
itself was mitore i anmatlhing
reveInues ad ex petss "We
had a surplsi iin 1"3 We had
e\p,'cted a deficit and wound

I'he Printe NinIster
'naintained that. sub ect only
to the oil problem, the
economic picture for the
3ahamas should i. ipi"' in
1974.
"The uncertain aspect in our
economic planning is the
question of oil. If that is not
resolved, our expectations will
not be fulfilled," the Prime
Minister said.


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PRIME MINISTER
Lynden F'. :i wil! be
making his an nual adio
appearance on "Mary's
Notebook" Friday at 7:30
p.m. whin he will ii dcuss
among other matters
app I i cat s for
citizenship, the cost of living.
the fuel crisis 'Ii saving
time, Cubans and territorial
rights and the continued
presence in the Bahamas of
Robert Vesco and Howard
H-ughes,
Miss Kelly, -- ho cealhrates
the 12th an niver-.iy of
'Mary's Notebook"' this
tionth, has interview ied the
'rime Minister each year on
he anniversary, of the
'Progressive L beral P.irty's
election to office. Ja intry 10
narks the seventh year of
PLP government The
programme will be heard onI
ZNS-1. Mr. Pindlimy itio Mary
Kelly are pictured


Election


blamed

for crime

wave
I'RIMIF MiNIStiFR
Lx sdcn Pii.Kliii '.iv"- die
L 9Nri" e -tV i ;i elec J iSi1i
C'atp ~i lii i- "t-si )is le tor
O di' tl r'i' e r:ln ii thie

Tisad'e ien td in Hb ni,
T M r ", i: ,l +.n -, fl, T. II % m .
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t eli as 1s tm'1
"The -erstii- e oi r i n
: '. e l' t iou' O 'illel' I i ,.
rl:itiex hevs"s, t. i Phn'xT'i
ill be ii t- k
A |.;I ,, I i t- (old ; hb
i ii i.i't. C 1 i >
e-+ i l i t i in m1 A- l :*". !+
I .id in g ul p I o a n d li ] ,. i ".
peneril electionts eAl a riip oi
"I itat ciampa.n .: i i

ii client. sa ictl liiie ti [
generally h1 id ,i, ..i. -
experienced i1 i i h;):i III m
phroitcs lietore.

iilelie l i to Si gg it," I W tiat
Siie-e c eli n -. ,C i.,
1,is u ihii-ci v- itt tie pf ;,i i
oppot-,i! n a i the t lii lii
e m i t' l l e ",.i .i h -ri rH b r o u g htk
lilpiti> 0 i;.'rtiiiiim der iul,
:It1 ;en i Ll le t'il+ Illtto l"IC 1 r i .
'lt he t i a tl.i-lr t a i el s-
api itted ta i U' ni e rkiii lit
thle .ippl-.'lii+n ;p' tI nd r +i ie


(;i;tt -ert iilt iih t s.



dn he pa irnitlg shoie ing

thIre it- h s for til m r:t hat
aone oha leir t-ih' i 'i .i I



cleared up b thle police it
would lhave been dilitic Il l'o
sax just how thls amis-'
about -
"But it is my view that a
number otl the people
involved in serious ct itne now
are those who were involved
in crisltn:l ai tc it i t" it the
latter partof 1t 72.
"They had a great deal of


money to plav with. for
doing nothing. Its source lhas
obviously' been cut oft, and it
would seem to me that many
of these lhave just ciontitinued
that activity."
At the same time the Prime
Minister said that a large
proportion of crime involving
personal assaults and drugs
had been committed by
non-Bahamians. tle said
police believed this to be true
in a majority of cases
According to Mr. Pindling
there had been a sigilific-nti
increase in ding tratfi into
the islands, particularly
marijuana He estimated that
the amount of marijuana
coming in had increased by
80 per cent or moi e


-Police
IIR I ( ,an lti.! ing

by tiI i ; ',.L-;nnin t !t o t h1
Reput', o Cu It A." ere
brought t. \'.i,--ai this running
by the \1 innr Dl ion DO i the
Baha.i s 1P'Ii I Forc after
being s'/ed ilh:'nr 2(00 ards
offshore i ;h' :.iiini of
Sordenr'x .. i,'r 'i Long
Island a i oveiliiient
statement t said
Ih lb''a'.' ew ,I iir
If, *1i t n. .r a I' iry pricf-.sed bi
poi p;';'ndin r''n l hl' es
it i ii'g in H -.tili'
i t fli p di. e 1 ( c :rt
t; ** ''rrr i. '

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LAWYER ATTACKS 'Hughes



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Admitted to the Bahamas Bar: Attorneys (from 1. to r.) Norris Rexford Carroll,
Alonzo Hall and Michael Wellington Horton after yesterday's ceremonies in the Su



Grant's Town survey


\ AtRO(P of volunteci
nuliicraturs i, to incetl for a
til i i !,,,- f t, nigh l het rc
hbiymlniing Mond.i\ thiir sure
Al the housing, education and
economic problems in the
; rant's Town constituency.
he survey. -spo1'sored bv
GIant s loiin M.P ranklxii
R Wilston. is intended to
determine the extent of the
problems so that plans for


telici i' he probcri iid toii
I hie nuitnicrtiolI is '\pccted
to i. K. i tell d \ -. tnd

expct'hd to b-e ;i\,iil c hic \
earl I 'cbruair .
The elultlmeiatiirs otui-pdge
q uestioinnlaire 51il seek
information oi the age. sex,
e i plo v in e n t 1tai tt'.
"'..ll .,.,lii', .Ii t '''. b acke't


T! .,, S, \ SllitI l N APi An *
ai ;i :,n i b 'iionaire Howard
a number of
,.: i : | ,t .- l~ i; m an ho ie;;. -e ti the
,- ,,i' I V is, cpampapign a
S: x bcl.'qIc th: April
repcrtling deadline, a
n ,, ,. ti, .rc i -.tiicd in a civil ni
iit,' L the i ', pIYs' iiu i in made public
H.A c '-d sdauy.
S,; ", v. l l i'- 'y. 'mnrt rly a
ec;etry to (G. Gordon l.iddy,
S ,. aid she could not remember
1 ... the amounts that werei filled in
hut that tl' checks cwre made
ii oa th't tnnce coMMllittC
S the re -'lct ioi otf the
K id.ai it President o siome subsidiary
:l"gilse


S \ :* r lic liughes
... i libutilon of $1i 00,000 given
rn i i. inlimiIte Charles C.
., Rb.o has been the
. ... I ; ; ; .,.1: I ont oI very.
Sio .aid that he later
S! i.d il- 1100.000 made in
S, .lto Hughes
S is. I ii o \ gave the

.*- ,,t ^ i i'l ), int, t .a 1 National
. : ; iit t liCi ul]t 1ui. C the
i atcrgate break-mn The part of
; her testimony, given last April
:' 7 was utinsealed ', .,l, .I
I he plortioni of the
S d n ihd been scaled
i did not relate to
1i .- p, 't \Vi .i ; I deve' lopmenIts


tt'{/liitd 'it I I ilotni about
uhial t' -dt0' x 'I conulained
i- k! i tll u dg-' i;n the case
-Icase it
Sd oi tio t id w'Cha-les R,
Ru hle said he icunaled the
wdc psit ; ,e .etc i obtaining
'tC n t fIo Iillattlneys in
the 1- e a ti of the t ifice of
Ihh spc. J I, Wat1 rgate
pw s r e e co se fo tthr.
'I know itne Itile i
7tutor"I br( ht ight some
Yeidteid blank checks to Mr.
11 % I .1 1 idh i andI tilled them outt"
Mi ,m IIarmniy said in the
Moses t deplosition. "That is what I did
premeCour iitlh a fexw checks like that. I
pt- the ia!lOiounts int
tt the time of the i '.atc
trak- in. Juneti 17, 1972 Liddy
A1as general counsel for the
iluan Ice ci m mlln i tI e.


enl l -. h -.
1iCd lie l l'I A a; C.
I he p \ > o!; c wO1s
jInno Cticd Ml W in1oi1 (1
licemnibci II J l.1.' intervening
Seeks hac I' be i L iltln /ed to
advise ; i; ea l '-i.tltnts t l the
sure\ s puill pes. M r Wilson
stressed that all lii1Ito nation
gathered would be "'ricxtl
I 1- I ")I 1 ,i "


PHONE DIRECTORIES OUT NEXT MONDAY


I he I L74 telephone
directories will be available to
subscribers beginning January
14. and should be collected at
various depots according to
subscribers' numbers, the
Bahamas Telecommunications
Corporation announced.
Numbers beginning with
"'74" can be collected at the
Lyford Cay Post Office
January 14-16.


Numbers beginning with FastA%,v-t !iih', x January


"77" and "78" can be
collected at the Old Ielephone
Exchange building immediately
behind the Cable Beach police
station January 14-18.

Numbers beginning with
"4", "31" and "32" can be
collected at the Camperdown
Telephone Exchange, west of
Blanco Bleach premises on the


RANFURLY
HOMES

A PRLSS statement was
issued yesterday stating that
"the Board of the Ranfurly
Homes for Children wishes to
advise the public that they
have not authorised the name
of the Ranfuirly Homes being
associated with the car raffle in
aid of the Great
Commonwealth Boat Race of
the Bahamas. for which tickets
are now on sale."


Directories for all other
telephone., crn be collected at
Batelco's head office, Chase
Manhattan Bank building,
Oakes Field.
After January 18. directories
not yet collected at sub-depots
can be picked up at the
Batelco's head office, Oakes
Field during office hours.


L DUDLEY'S
,.Or' ?O0S-FTA ST &. MT ROYAL AVE.


* Stiren PrlACts c
P.O. BOX 5850 PHONE 2-130612-3237


F UI LINE

-' ARTIISIS' SUPPIES 1

3AHAMIAN PAINT SUPPLY LTD.
BAY STREET NASSAU
TELLEPWONE 2-2386, 2-2898


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Thursday January 10, 1974


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worl


CANADIAN Prime
Minister Pierre Trudeau told
reporters that his plan for a
European trip next month
might have to be put off
because of domestic business.

THE OFFICIAL Soviet
Writers Union expelled
novelist Lidiya Chukovskava
for defending dissident
physicist Andrei Sakharo-,

JAMAICAN Prime
Minister Michael Manlev flew
into London for talks on the
oil crisis and its effects on his
country's economy,

THE NIXON administration
has decided against iniicuding
welfare reform in the fiscal
1975 federal budget. But it
plans to send Congress a
proposal this year featuring
incentives for the poor to
work.

A SUGAR workers strike
closed two of three mills
operated by the state-owned
Caroni Limited in Port ol
Spain Trinidad.

POLICE investigating the
mystery disappearance of
Thomas Niederme. er,
Northern Ireland general
manager for the Grundig
electronics firm, said they
were studying reports a
ransom demand had been
made,

SKYLAB 3 astronauts
conducted a search from
space for geothermal hot
spots that could provide
power for an energy starved
planet.

A PRELIMINARY
agreement to return the
Panama Canal and canal zone
to Panama has been reached
by negotiators for the two
countries, U. S. sources say

OIL MINISTER Ahiried
Zaki Yamani of Saudi Arabia
said in Rome his country 'is
ready to cooperate with
everybody" to attain peace


J U L I E NIX ON
Eisenhower's first literary
effort, a children s storv
about a White House dog, is
being published with tantare
this nionth by the S atiurdav
Evening Post


ISRAELI security forces
blew up the house of an A-rab
resident in the occupied
Jordanian west bank town ot
Nablus in retaliation for hIis
suspected terrorist
complicity, the M11ihtarv
Command said.


A CHILD killer and a set
murderer have been executed
in Estonia, the newspaper
Sovietskaya Estonia reported
in Moscow.
leportsl ,, ,,** 1 1


NASSAU TO: MIAMI
8:00 a.m.*
9:30 a.m.+
10:45 a.m.s
3:00 p.m.
3:45 p.m.t
7:30 p.m.
8:30 p.m.

MIAMI TO: NASSAU
10:30 a.m.
1:30 p.m.
2:00 p.m.t
5:45 p.m.f
7:00 p.m.
10:00 p.m.
11:00 p.m.


Bing gets

better
BL RI.IN\(;AMF Doctors :or
Bingi Crosh ( rc'moi c.'d ti-se
samii pltes irotmi lung lesio,
thlit niitght 'b- cJauIscJ b'
p 1i1'iininonia. his ph sli an
'l i "! t d i, t [

I he (0 A i sin r'

stable atd -itisiaictrt lr I
has Ien h1 ispN i.\ i/cd i !' r c
da Is \ifh !d.\i ,r a d chc-'

IM r (. rsh\ ,, c1netnt. has a

opt i! l < .I i St. anlc
gI lin i Si'; iiK i') tc r-l t

i .r s u t I lf aisi i i t l

Th. hoispl c s Jth ',iaO.id a id
th" (e',{-_ }i,,n;e in near>
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with hu' dredJ s ,ot lt'oeph1lor

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trAIln s'r\; In I orndon ,ind
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ci 'i 1 .l1l11, l111 o s l\i t, ) M.)l in1 LIC
the mecirtimn ban that lha, cutl
u pc.il sU tl na' 1 .1 third.
( ,il p iro ides 0 pci .ciil ti
Bn! .tn! cl'l, riit Becautn ,, i t
lh;." miners' action the
ip i.' l ] l.t' s puhl ti t t lic tiiii \
NI t IhrIIcF -daS \ \.a t 'cI II
I P i t' ri \ C I U i r I i '.
suppl ,cs. Ialks on the i i1nuiL'!s"
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t \Ilqucr .\Antlhonl\ H R i t 1t
1 l 1 \ r c ti d .1 ;
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b\ i ll' 1 rtdis (. tiiii ( eIl'io "',
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it 1 N1 l a n ,--iJi t ai bh
end lt lic InI IC s,'\i \w 'k A !d

I h. 11 ( tCleaders .nid Ilh i !

,i!;r\\ I').l in p.i l rin s, tll.it L"

Al \ h ', I un tl k t t ll-1 l l


,cutis they would make sure
no other unions jumped on
t h bands agon.
ihe government has
repeatedly stressed it would
allow no exceptions to its rigid
p.Ci code that limits raises to
Nseen per cenlt of weekly base
utes. I he miners, the trani
\drers and the engineering
unions are all demanding hlike
iiii g o above that ceiling.
I tnployviient Secretar\
\ illianm Whitelaw appealed tot
the 27-m1an executive of the
wiiincrs' unllion to accept a pas
otter that fell within the pa\
,I'de limits.
tlut the union chief,
iiluding militant left-,wingers
iiUrgiinI ougher action, were
.iliost certain to reject it.
i'nin Itiice' president MiLk
1( c(iho told newsmen
i is t lie end of the
in. "


Both sides appeared to be
digging in for a war of nerves
over the coming weeks, with
neither the government or the
miners showing any signs of
weakening as industry faced
virtual collapse.
Observers said that there did
not appear to be any
negotiating options left
through which to end the crisis
without one side or the other
giving in.
Prime Minister Fdward
Ileath did call for more talks
between the Government, the
TUI'C and the Confederation of
British Industries (CBI), but
observers held out little hope
that they would do much to
solvc the crisis.
Heath declared during an
emergency debate in the llouse
of Commons last night: "It is
not toot) late for reason toi
prevail ... it we try to achieve


sectional interests by fighting
each other, we end up by
destroying the country."
If the rail dispute worsened,
raw materials and coal
deliveries to factories and
power stations would be
gravely curtailed. Coal
shipments to industry account
for about 40 per cent of rail
freight.
Possibly the most vulnerable
sector would be steel. The
state-owned British Steel Corp.
has already had to cut
production by 50 per cent and
its coal stocks were reported to
be getting critical. Other
industries depend on steel.
The Government yesterday
extended the state ot
emergency proclaimed Nov. 12
for a third month. It was only
the third time since 1O20 that
an emiergencs had been
continued I or so long (APlI.


Kissinger tofly




out for talks


W \SIINt',I()N L.S
S".'. 1eiarn of State lenim
K iINi t'i will lx to I g l pt al
:midnight lo dis, iss willth
President \An\ai Sadat Israeli
proposals lfor a :i ti i
lI ,igat''r ienI l nii 1,1 I thlie Sit
( .tu l
1 i irip. liii ioIiinSced by the
W -'-,!cril W\ itlc loioi at S :
( l''"'i2'1 l te ( i'.tlitrii i. also \ ill
!ik e K i NsN i'li ., t lsi el to seI
l'i cier (;olda Meir It w\ill bc
l tlinll m ,ilt to the Middil
I it sicct.' lie Oc toiber War.
lhci \h ic' It Iouse sa\ l
K NitiCti is I l, uli' strut tto t g [' t
i. lsr.i \ Is PIresidoert Nixon
i!1 oId rC to assit the parties I11

-'p vi t i;!1 anld d tIcis'igag'-
11 p[ "' ei thc'ir orc s..
I DrfJi \)elense Mlinistcr
\oslC )alan i toutllincd Israel's
I L'w I, i i lcetingl s \withi
Ki nS11 cr ai t the state
department l.ist riday and
u alird.i\ I 1). I\ s.lId kllerward
0I;s 1oil1i!% IS 1, % d\ "Ilk take
tl le l ststdtep" toward peace
It ith I gpyt l ieatihiing anl
ad cord on thi e sepjiIIatI(" t t
their troop,
Ic said l'. s Nl i ernLi lii tIt
would be iCictd\ to) otfler a
concI ,ete p opi, al alter the
Cabltinet Ilcci\'tl Ills report
KI ss IINI1 r \,i!v l i c, with
S idat at .\ \\.aln. tle < iutlhcrn
ill> on tilt \ile where tlhe
So let's b 1ilt a da l tor the
I g\ pliansl


fie will be gone less than a
week.
George S Vest. the state
department spokesman, noting
Il) an's visit, said:
"We have had Israeli ideas.
as tiou know. thesee are ideas,
that both sides will certmiall
want to ponder and it was
hoped that in this way. we
could Ihelp the process along.
to crystalline into a proposal
which could then usefully be


advanced at Geneva."
ravelling with Kissinger will
be Carlyle Maw. tthe
department's legal adviser, anir
indication that a specific
disengagement proposal is in
the offing.
I he trip was coordinated
w ith the Soiect coclhairian
with the U'nited States at
Geneva although "'this is a U' S.
trip," Vest said.


US 'PLANNED TO


INVADE CUBA'


NEW YORK Freelance
journalist T'ad Szulc says tlhe
UInited States during President
L y n Id o ii J o h n s o n s
administration planned a
second invasion of Cuba
combined with an effort to
assassinate Premier Flidel
('Castro.
The plan hadi to be
.' .: .11 d. Szulc said in an
article to be published in the
Jan. 1 7 F'squire magazine,
when rebellion unexpectedly
erupted in the Dominican
Republic in April. 1965, and
Jolnrson stnt troops to that
country.
S/ulc. a former Diplomatic
correspondent for the New
York Times, said the operation
was planned by the Central


Intelligence A g e n c
presumablyy acting w ith
President Lyndon Johnson's
aulihority unless it was
a note r do t1 It o u rself
tiundertaking). "
lie wrote "'The new
invasion was to be on a smaller
,calle than the Bay ot Pigs.


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tih I'I led Ss.iltI
I .i' t s 'd t S, ut i \ ia it .
dh' r t l irtest ol


President \i fo la hon
.iti ld s \\ .ti |,L 'l I !, cp
Sjse ot I' S iil lA i ,Itr
I t ed i [I !i


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louse ]! C !itt vi ! ln cor
liuLn-ker,. kidnappers and
'ilios'w ic h hlia c -,hlth .1t or
othierw se mnenaocd Her
Mai",(\ ', lMr .es "


Arrests near for Bermuda murders


HAMILTON A high
police official said new lines
of inquiry might lead to the
arrests of those responsible
for five murders on Bermuda,
including the assassinations
last March of the British
Governor and his aide
"We are following certain
'ines of inquiry which, if
successful, will lead to the
Sr r est of persons
responsible," said the deputy
police commissioner. AIfred
Morris
He added, however, that
the investigations could
continuee for 'some
considerable time."
The series of killings began
in September, 1972, with the
shooting of Police
(C omm imissioner George
Duckett in his backyard. Sir
R ichard Sharples, thie
Governor, and his aide de
camp, Capt. Hugh Sayers,


were slain by gunshots
outside thie executive
mansion the following March.
In April. two nmen were killed
in a supermarket robbery.
Police have never reported
any evidence to link the five
murders.


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TALKS

END FOR

WEEK

GENEVA Fgyptian and
Israeli officers wound up the
second week of their (eneva
talks on separating forces on
the tense Sue/ front amid
indications that they are
marking time pending new
high-level decisions.
They adjourned their sixth
meeting since Dec. 26 after a
mere 90 minutes, making it the
shortest yet, with the next
round scheduled for Tuesday.
Both sides observed a strict
news blackout in Geneva but
reports from Israel indicated
the talks have not yet moved
beyond the preliminaries.
A Foreign M ministry
spokesman in Jerusalem said all
subjects related to a troop
disengagement were still under
discussion in the ('abinet and
through diplomatic channels
and that a detailed Israeli
proposal has, yet to be
finali/.ed.
This and official word of
plans for ar new Middle East
trip by .S. Secretary of State
HIenry Kissinger fed
speculation that the acLcord
reported to haec been reached
last weekend between the
Amnerican leader and Defense
Minister Moshe l),ayan vwas not
complete. Israeli withdrawal
from the Sue/ front lines haI,
been named by g'\pt a.s a
precondition ftor \iddle I ast
peace negotiations. ( AIP)


LONDON Suddenly,
there's a \ver blight new star
shining at the top ot the British
pop records chairs, wil Ii mail
predictions that more of his
hits are iTn store.
lie rI.; leo Sae r. w\hosc song
I lie Sl'o'w \lust Go OnI"
rocketed from ninumber 10 to,
i'til'nb r I in the listings of
Melody Maker and Disc
miaga/ines.
Sayer. former a London
busker or street entertainer,
was a virtually lkttowIn blues
singer untiti c donned circus
picrrot ( clowns ) garb and
makeup t'or an electrifying
television performance which
Wo i hi in nationwide
recognit ion.
Sax er had an earlier claim to


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40 killed

as plane

crashes

in flames
BOGOTA Forty people
were killed lasi night ss'heri a
two-engine turboprop plane of
a national military airline
crashed anrid flames again ,a
hill in southern Colombia.
Police said there are no
survivors. The British mnade
"Avro" plane of the Sateini.
airline crashed around 1650 st
Wednesday, but the accident
was only confirmed e torti
midnight after initial reports
said the plane was o!n
emergency.
Reportedly a tire broke uti
in thle passengers compartment
soon after the airliner liuld
taken off troin the -loienti.i
airport. 400 niles south, foi .
flight to this capital.
"This Iorning scattie.l
parts of the destroyed plan.i
still are afire on a wide area."
police spokesman said.
I lorencia is the capital ili\
for their agricultural region ot1
('atqueta. I he plane clslk'ld
into an Andean slope adjoim'
the .0)00 feet high ''( t .t
Rica" volcano.
Sattna said 2. 7 p.itsn'ii et.
anl a 5-111al w wei e ,bel t."e
but the police noted th1i.al
Children al"o abtaid sti)tio ld I,-
addicd to t'h list t hus !iikiii. j
tOlaf o 40 ( aboaIrd. ,|

tMosI o the passengers \\,'n
ra.n c ic rs. 'owsti 'L t r ,s
busteiucmn. n AIP


t1ame 1Lt
Da Ilt' 'N
"G{i\ ini It


co- writlinl RI
big Brl ih


"Pool lall Richard" b\
I wces made a1 huge Jilt1ip I ro"
2, th to seventh. It was t1i
rou)p's t irsi record l o h io r ,I1
nlew J apanese bass pilaeC'
known here only as Iets'. w1llu
;,ain vocal by Rod Stex%,iii
torn er professional stoell
pla er who regards hinsel a
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Ex-busker hits the top


NOTICE
The Public is hereby notified that the roadway running
North and South between the main Government road
situate North of Arthur's Town, Cat Island, and the
privately-owned airstrip at Arthur's Town will be closed to
the Public from 5 p.m. on Sunday, 13th January, 1974
until 5 p.m. on Monday, 14th January, 1974 in order to
retain its ownership.
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Over the weekend two
Scotland Yard detectives
returned to Bermuda to
continue their investigations
after a five-month absence.
Officials said they returned
because new evidence had
been uncovered but details
were not disclosed. (AP)


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


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Thursday January 10, 1974


0hr 01ribute
NULLIUS ADDICTS JUPAJ E IN VERBAL MAGISTRI
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON F. H) DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor 1903. 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Edir,)r 1917-1972
Contributing Editoc 1972 .
EILEEN DIUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A.. LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor 1972-

EDITORIAL


One hundred years young



By ETIhNNI: DUPUCHI
TWENTY or more years ago I gave a party in a wooded area of
my property at Camperdown for an English friend who was
visiting Nassau for the first time. He was here again in December
1965 when the Commonwealth Press Union held its conference in
the West Indies with Nassau as the second stop on its itinerary.
Opening in Bermuda, this organization, which draws its
membership from leading newspapers throughout the British
Commonwealth of Nations, ended its meetings in Trinidad.
I don't remember who was at my party on that occasion but
Sir Harry Brittain, a great conversationalist, impressed them all
with his ready wit and stories about his experiences in many parts
of the world.
Bahamians who met him during his visits to Nassau will be
interested to know that he celebrated his 100th birthday
anniversary at his home in London on l)ecember 24th when he
received messages of ., L',; i .,iinl1 inii from friends around the
world.
Commenting on the messages he received he said he was "knee
deep in hallelujah cards". One. misquoting Shakespeare said:
"God for Harry Brittain and St. George".
"The first hundred are the hardest", was my message to him.
And not without reason because, when the CPU toured
Commonwealth islands in the Mediterranean Gibraltar, Malta,
Cyprus a few years ago I was amazed at the mental agility and
physical -i gil of this remarkable mnan.
Starting fronmi an airport in London, the tour covered the
Mediterranean islands and the final meeting was held at
Gleneagles in Scotland.
The day we were leaving Gleneagles by bus for ldinburgh, Sir
Hlairy grew impatient because he felt that loading of the buses
was moving too slowly. The next thing I knew he was out in front
of the hotel %.in,,i: heavy suit cases up on the buses as lustily as
any tough labourer.
A barrister-at-law, journalist, broadcaster, author former M.P.
and newspaper director. Sir Harry founded the CPU in 1909 and
ha, hong been an I onorary Life Member.
'lie was also a founder oft the British [ravel Association and
the Oxford Society,' Tih Daily T i. 1e r' li of December 24th
reported. 'Ir,, activities since he was called to the Bar in 1897 fill
a column and a half of it 1,. .v Who- "it . 'I li he dismisses his legal
career with practisedd successfully for one week. then retired
from the law'."
His hlife has been devoted ti ptmrotiing Anglo-Anierican-
C commonwealth friendship.
At 100 Sir Hlarry is as 'it as a fiddle. "I'm still full of beans,"
lie told a Telegraph reporter, and then explained ..- "because I'm
fond of them."
* * * *
A letter b\ Mr. Audley flumes was published in The Tribune
on Tuesida I, Dcember IStlh under the caption "Most
Dishonest-Government".
'It is my personal opinion that the P.L.P. government is the
most dishonest thing this country has ever been saddled with".
Mr. Iumes wrote.
"When one thinks back and considers all the things they have
accused the U.B.P. government of doing and which they were
supposed to have bettered, one can l'l. come to the painful
conclusion that the ir-.: t hoax of the 20th century has been
perpetrated against the Bahamian people.
"Tlhe were supposed to lower the cost of living, reduce our
taxes,, iupgade our educational system, make us first class citizens
and naiturally share the wealth of the country".
Mr. IHumies proceeded to point out that all along the line the
P.1P. have failed to keep their promises and have been interested
onsl i > iin .I, ..ii-. then own welfare.
I lThe people that head this government are only concerned
that their own best interests are being served", Mr. llumes wrote,
"and anyone Cvwho thinks different) is in for a rude awak,'in".
* * *
The gosveriniment keeps on boasting about all the imoner it is
spending on education
It completilh ignores thie fact that it lihas been scientiflicallyl
established thalt ionly 'i,,.. to five percent of any population are
capable out being educated for executive positions. No matter
what the\ do they cannot overcome this law of nattie.
In the same issue of The Tri/me ais Mr hIumes' letter
appeared, a suninary of the report of the Rev. Dudle\ Strachan.
headmaster of St. John 's C,.tle was also published under tile
heading "Stealing Is Second Nature to Some Students"'
After reporting on hopeful signs in thle school, MNit. Strachan
cited Jlit. i, ,;!i,.', lie had observed in some of thIe students.
Hle said that "students are not prepared to work as hard as they
should. Tlihe are too often li',. -,p ltiid to teachers ... to some
stealing is second nature ... and tino form of punishment seems
adequate for some of the most hardened offenders".
HIe proceeded to say that lie was "not l, ing thIe blame too
heavily on die shoulders of the students for parents seem to have
relinquished their ,. ,-pl',,, htll'. ".
Paremlts are not thie only onos to be blamed for heiese evidences
of social and moral decay in tire community At ever\ level ,t lii.
standards have been lowered to a level where there is little left for
toung people to respect or Irus. Irresponsibility seems to be the


order of the da\

Young gentlemen are usually selected to serve as ADC's to men
of high position and great accomplishment in the government and
armed services of a country.
It is considered a great compliment to be chosen for this job.
But it must be a frustrating experience for a proud young
officer tor find himself serving a man with whom he is obliged to
"go slumming" every day because the "great one" is unable to lift
his mind out of the valley.

I am being asked on all sides what I think about tire outcome
of the St. Barnabas election next week.
I have not given it any thought. This is a decision for the
people of St. Barnabas to make. My job in life is to keep people
informed of the truth. They can take it or leave it.
There was a'time when I worried about the outcome of an
election ... but no more. I now take the attitude that in a free
society a people know what they want. And they get what they
-deserve.

I'm sure some of the candidates have heard of the "mass
floating ballots". This is iust "tip. Take it or leave it.

And now I must start my travel series ... TOMORROW.

A TII()L',GIII FOR TODAY
There are only two qualities in the world: efficiency and
inefficiency; and there are only two sorts of people; the efficient
and the inefficient. SIHAW.


llr e rittunr


TOWN.and AROUIN


Coconut she


AND HE'S AN

ARTIST IN

COSTUME E

JEWELLERY


WHY IS 11 that some people
succeed in business some fail -
and some merely succeed in
keeping their heads above
water?
There are probably as niany
theories as there are theorists
but theory aside Bruce Hall,
custom manufacturer of
costume jeweller' made out of
coconut shells, is a success.
To what does Bruce
attribute his success'?
In a recent interview with
Bruce he told me that he went
into this business because he
was "broke" and because he
"wanted to invent something" *
So, in Bruce's success story, '
it appears that two necessary .'
ingredients were necessity and +
the desire to create or invent
and. as they say. the former is BRUCE HALL s
the mother of the latter.
The third ingredient which
would appear to be at basic
requirement for success in any
enterprise is a thorough
grounding and knowledge in-
the special area of the business.
This Bruce has. He served his
apprenticeship in the art of -P
fine jewellery with Gordon
Wyton and Junior Lunn.
Somnle who have made a '
success in a particular business
have never known anything
else and have never deviated
from the path of their
specialised enterprise. Others. ".
like Bruce, have explored miany t.
areas of activities and have the
advantage of a broader
perspective on lite. I asked
Bruce what he did before he
opened his jewellery factory in i
l197 2. a -
"'You name it, I did it", he
replied. Bruce told me tie has granddauht
been in insurance, motor car Vincent Vaug
sales, liquor sales and has been
a data analyst. inspir,
The simple formula for tha it h ,, .
businecce success is to get ain designs
idea that fills a need -- and .sell ) I ..


Bruce got his idea from New
York. In 1971 he saw custom
jywellery made from wood. lie
saw the possibilities for this in
the Bahamas
Soti would have gone right
ahead in full scale production.
But not iBruce
lie experimented with wood
billt ounrd it too expeInsive.
SomL0e would then have given
up the idea But not liBruc.
I e looked around for wood
that wa5s already thin enough
and said that by accident't
stumbled oit to coconuts"
October "'71 to Jul\ '72 was
the period of t irtlc'Is
.experimentation.
S \ i, r I realized I had
d.c Loped it" and only thel n
Bttie went aheLad and
purchased miachinCer adapted
it to his specLilised necd and
begat l manuifa trig coconut
she!l Lttos i tlin ade .
commeitrcially.
Btrtices tactory is in the
Freglown building. Farminrtont
Road appropriately enough
ill Ironti of Bahalm.ia ali dprilnts
both of these enterprises
probably) representing Iw oi l
the best in Bahamiman
manutacturirung cratts
Bruce has two employees
I both men)Il
'Womenll woUkldn't last in tile
business a imilnute." lie said.
I low is tlie coconut
transtornied into thile exulisite
ustom n jcwellery that \OLi can
find iin manl Lof the good stores
in Nassau, at the crat market
at Jumbey Village and on the
photos on this page?
Ilhe first stage is the creative
idea. Bruce does all of his own
designing. No copying for
Bruce "I design only by
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h r ri h u n e . . . . .


Satellite and the sound of silence


Itll 1 N74 P lymouth
'Ii Affer the mi.Otoring
public iist what they would
eC pe. from I Chr sleri
( Corporation comfort. quiet
I nde irnpi'rrtant engineering
e;in.ment.t d good styling.
I lie imo Sebhng-Plus
Satlclht." ( imtoit. Satellite and
RtAd Runner arc available at
Baihalnas Bs-, and Tni- k on
Monr-se Avenue.
i he top Satellite s the
nv Pini s All the .
I' orsion- Q tu t itdc w itich
hirnatioln 1t ctglen 't'eritL
S. 1 ;i. re luike itO1 tii'od>
itt, u tiron for a oInC unit
l tructtle, torsiin- bar
-,ii :, i to )r i 1od h-: JdlinT .


and sound deadeners. The
Sebring-Plus has even more
sound-dcaucning materials than
before to make it one ol the
quietest Satellites e\er il
Included in this super quiet
sound package are more siouind
deadeners and silencers on the
tloor and in the door trim
panels. here is also a tunedC
exhaust sistemt to reduce llow
frteqency noise.
rhe froint end feature, duial
i. ', setting ol a
handsome, textured grilled
Bright. p t 1 il. J moldings-
run along the bod\ sides.
For more individuality, an
optional vinsl roof canr be
added I wo types are available


canopy or halo in a choice
of fivc colours. A sun root ,s
also an option.
I he Satellites have inteitors
that arc good-looking. rooti
and comfortable. I he standard
SalClte i Sebring Ptlu all- ins i
bucket scats hat\c intcgial heiad
restraints and ci ,ie in lie\
colours. "I wo opihonal liiuxit
interiors are also aarilal *n-
the Satellite Scbh int -I'lu-
models
the first is a cliith .and ii \ I
split- hack bench seat sinhi a
told-down centre armre st iche
second red and stlilte
loth and \in\l bucket .i
with either an optional c 'tic!
cushion x with tholdin!i arrnict 1o
a console.
Standard seating lir ithe
I II ScIchrnng is a cloth iand
\inxl bench in a choice ol touiI
colours. ()ptional iter tirs
include the red and b.ick
bench seat and ani al-\1n1 tI
bench scat in five coloturis
The Sebring-Plus instruniitet
panel has simulated w od grand
!'hilih which copicple
the interior.
I he I 0 74 ii 1, iler
two way s to get rmid-si/ed
tailc w\ itihout sa IIt icinlt
tanilil -iied rF ,nI 1h!
%'. a. ( u-loi Sedanl d taite
Satelhte ( u p Bse ith l11
i a little dilt rc nt.
(Chr er believes that ind-/cdh
sed J a ,s rt'(l rIc a1 dittet'c't!
dcsig'i than hardlop, 1 lite
Satellhte Sedans 1 hi, c a
S17-inch wheelbase wthlc the
Ihnrdtip has lac' a 1 5I inch
5 hti.,b. se. I his gi\ es an


entirely diffvcent look to the
cars and more room inside
than the hardtops.
I he Satlllie C('upes have all
*he basic Satellite eature.s
Torsion-Quict ride. the
electronic igntion system
%which helps gixe quick starts.
fade-resistant front di, brake,,
torsion-bar suspension, and
unibody risti iethon tor a
rigidl hlo structure
New lot 1074 is a
indilliicld w.i-her system ,with
th. r note/ s ita. hlied to each
wiper amin. I ach plastic n,1 /1c
has- titl outlets, which putl
s Irejais litlnicr Ihn a1 sa i,.I
s wter on the glas. Becatsc 11h
nu//les are losu to the
th-e wind ha, i \ eii ..
: their operaii",.
Air-sondrtri oing. ai iti 1t1a
Ir a liill!-' in in atitiirtat i
spc d conitil I and pixA ci
'4c'i gI arc all ax ailallc ,>n hlIe
INtc i Ii.i I tdti .is ii
handsome, quiet land int ii\ i-,
t e Scbling-l'h ;aind .I A .li\
lie oI ( ion-Qu.jt tide I r li-
v" \ M iclud" in Vi Oad
ironit sispensi' mlonl owMeit
separated ir iii lt e l hcdC \ l
rub ber lin iu lls. R.ailbbe
iso -cl ii ps aruii inl the 1e.ir l.t't
p il iil ed i ilett l ii' xlans ii tti l' 5 ;
d u, t'le u- sui pl! g in tihe .tleeniii
whtieel reducL'es icd \ rlitl'5An



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iHahau'ltah iat it ti end ,' he
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Bjlha'tI'l !ah L .i tie ;".o t ie
'Alanile'st it"t antd ci.t;.:'id
tu be the dhvine author t ! 1 So;
ilIL! Mulhallw ad l r thothi t ,'ge.
I lls w\orldwilde relii a.,
hticra!\hil ta ,s..,g\
ilo chunkcslt '5 .s .icith act ii'
hicirar, li oi c 'ler
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optional all-viyl bench seat in
a ctholc ofO six iolotls. I he
Satellite ( ustoi has a large
riiunk area with space for
several utiltcass.
lic Road Runner is the
sport Satellite It has a
sandartd 318S ('I) V-8 engine
with dual exhausts and bright
chitmce exhaust tips. IThe
t annual t ransnissionr is
th c' ti-slpccd, al!-s\ nc throiesh
%tith a tloir-muttlecd lceer.
1 tie fionit brakes are disc.
optional l engines are
Sailahble Ic as is autoniatic
tia11sitrtssion t or a sporty
itur-ion the-floor"
See all these 1974
Satellitr at Baham as Bus and
I nick it \on Montlise A\ctnue.



It is a wa o it living aind the
i .i they litve is the pacttce iof
a'ir N ilh
I hs aithi ii, operates the
hasi tenets of all other

to tthe
\l!).!il ,h j church. or a
*-.: i' 5 i sit scntt aii to the
irisi oft t ht the Bahais irhe do
havT some becauttitl houses ol
tr-lip tthrc)uiighoi.it the orld
I V'.- itnl igs lih e ii' s;Jes
s-pOttin O tire nii I
r.laion f the world
li:n and Joe claiim that tlli
Ba!i i aliith is the faste'-i
grCoi's clitcgloin in thet world
I he sax thIat :ni Nassau
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Bahamasair

SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JAN.12th, 1974


DEPART
NASSAU TO:
10.15a.m.
3.00 p.m.


ARRIVE FLIGHT NO. FREQUENCY EQUIPMENT
Andros Town (Fresh Creek)
10.30a.m. 201 Daily Twin Otter
3.15 p.m. 203 Daily Twin Otter


NASSAU TO: Arthur's Town
10.15 a.m. 11.00a.m.


NASSAU TO: Bimini
8.30 a.m.


9.25 a.m.


NASSAU TO: Chub Cay (Berry Islands)
8.30a.m. 9.30a.m.
NASSAU TO: Crooked Island
10.15 a.m. 12.00 noon
NASSAU TO: Deadman's Cay (Long Island)
10.00 a.m. 11.I15a.m.
NASSAU TO: Freeport (Grand Bahama)
7.30 a.m. 8.00 a.m
9.30a.m. 10.00a.m.
1.45 p.m. 2.15 p.m.
3.45 p.m. 4.15 p.m.
7.00 p.m. 7.30 p.m.
8.30 p.m. 9.15 p.m.
NASSAU TO: George Town (Exuma)
10.00 a.m. 10.45a.m.
1.30 p.m. 2.15p.m.
NASSAU TO; Governor' s Harbour (Eleuthera)
8.45 a.m 9.15 a.m.
4.00 p.m. 4.55 p m.
NASSAU TO: Great Harbour Cay (Berry Island)
8.30 a.m, 9.00 a.m.
2.45 p.m. 3.05 p.m.


NASSAU TO Inagua
10.15 a.m.


12.30 p.m.


NASSAU TO: Mangrove Cay
7.00 a.m. 7.25 a.m.
3.45 p.m. 4. 10 pm.
NASSAU TO. Marsh Harbour (Abaco)
8.00a.m. 900a.m.
4.15 p.m. 5. 10 p.m.
NASSAU TO: Mayaguana
10.15 a.m. 11 50 amr
NASSAU TO: Miami
8.00 a.m. 9.45 a m DST
9.30 a m.+ 12 15 p.r DST
10.45 a.m. 1230 p.m. DST
3.00 p.m.4 .45 p.mn. DST
3.45 pr.m. 6.20 p.m.
7.30 p.m. 9.15 p m. DST
8.30 p.m 10.15 p m. DST
+ One-stop (all others no -stop)


NASSAU TO:
8.15 a.m.
11.15 a.m.
1.20 p.m
4 00 p.m.
NASSAU TO:
7.15 a.m.
10.30 a.m..
2.45 p-mr
4.30 p.m.


North Eleuthera
8 40 a.m.
11 .40 a.m
1 .45 p.m
4 25 pom.
San And:os (Mastic Point)
7.30 a.m
10.45 ap.m
3.00 p.m.
4.45 p.m


NASSAU TO: San Salvador
10.15 a.m. 1.40 a.m.
NASSAU TO: South Andros (Congo Town)
7.00 a.m. 7.45 am
3.45p.m. 4.30p.m.
NASSAU TO: Stella Maris (Long Island)
10.00 a.m. 1 1.15a.m.
NASSAU TO: Treasure Cay (Green Turtle Cay)
8.00 a.m. 8.35 a.m.
FREEPORT TO: Miami
10.30 a.m. 12.15 p m. D.S.T
4.45 p.m. 6.20 p.rm. D.S.T.
ANDROS TOWN TO: Nassau
10.45 a.m. 1 .00 a.m
3.30 p.m. 4.00 p ,-
ARTHUR'S TOWN 10T: Nassau
11.15 a.m. 1 00p m.


BIMINI TO Nassau
9.35 a.m.


10.35 am.


CHUB CAY TO: Nassau
9.40a.m. 9.50 a.m.
CROOKED ISLAND TO: Nassau
12.15 p.m. 2.30 p.m
DEADMAN'S CAY TO: Nassauu
11.30 a.m. 12.30 pm.
FREEPORT TO: Nassau
8.30 a.m. 9.00 a.m.
2.00 p.m. 2.30 pm.
2.45 p.m. 3.15 p.m.
6.00 p.m. 6.30 p.m.
7.45 p.m. 8.15 p.m.
9.30 p.m. 10.15 p.m.
GEORGE TOWN TO: Nassau
11.00a.m. 12.30p.m.
2.30 p.m. 3.15 p.m.
GOVERNOR'S HARBOUR TO: Nassau
9.00 a.m. 9.30 a.m.
5.10 p.m. 5.40 p.m.
GREAT HARBOUR CAY TO: Nassau
9.15 a.m. 9.50 a.m.
3.20 p.m. 3.40 p.m.


INAGUA TO: Nassau
12.45 p.m.


2.25 p.m.


MANGROVE CAY TO: Nassau
7.35 a.m. 8.30 a.m.
4.20 p.m. 5.05 p.m.
MARSH HARBOUR TO: Nassau
9.15a.m. 9,45a.m.
5.05 p.m. 5.40 p.m.
MAYAGUANA TO: Nassau
12.00 noon 2.25 p.m.
MIAMI TO: Nassau
10.30 a.m. DS.T. 10-15 a.m.
1.30 p.m. D.S.T. 1.15 p.m.
2.00 p.m. +D.ST 2.30 p.m.
5.45 p.m. +D.S.T. 6.30 p.m.
7.00 p.m. D.S.T 6.45 p.m.
10.00 p.m. D.S.T. 9.45 p.m.
11.00 p.m. D.ST. 10.45 p.m.
+ One-stop (all others non-stop)


NORTH ELEUTHERA
9.00 a.m.
11.50 a.m.
1.55 p.m.
5.10 p.m.
SAN ANDROS TO: Na
7.40 a.m.
11.00 a.m.
3.15 p.m.
5.00 p.m.


TO NASSAU
930 a.m.
12.15 p.m.
2.20 p.m.
5.40 p.m.
ssau
7.55 a.m.
11.15 a.m.
3.30 p.m.
5.15 p.m.


SAN SALVADOR TO: Nassau
11.55 a.m. 1.00 p.m.
SOUTH ANDROS CONGOO TOWN) TO: Nassau
8.00 a.m. 8.30 a.m.
4.20 p.m. 5.05 p.m.
STELLA MARIS TO: Nassau
11.30a.m. 12.20p.m.

TREASURE CAY TO: Nassau
8.50 a.m. 9.45 a.m.
5.05 p.m. 5.40p.m.
MIAMI TO: Freeport
2.00 p.m. D.5.T. 1.35 p.m.
5.45 p.m. D.S.T. 5.20 p.m.


901 Tu/Th/Sa

601 Mo/We/Fr

851 Daily

907 Tu/Sa

603 Mo/Th/Sa


Daily
Daily
Fr/Su
Daily
Daily
Su/Fr/Sa


603 Daily
607 Daily

801 Daily
109 Daily

851 Daily
853 Daily


903 Mo/We

501 Daily
503 Daily

401 Daily
405 Daily

903 Mo/We


Daily
Daily
Daily
Daily
Daily
Su/Tu/We/Fr
Mo/Th/Sa


Daily
Mo/We
Su/Tu/Th/Fr/Sa
Daily

Daily
Su/Mo/We/Th/Fr
Daily
Daily


901 Tu/Th/Sa

501 Daily
503 Daily


FH-227

Goose


Twin Otter

Twin Otter

FH-227

BAC 1i11
BAC 1-11
BAC 1-11
BAC 1.-I 1
BAC 1-11
FH-227


FH-227
FH-227


Twin Otter
FH-227

Twin Otter
FH-227


FH-227


Twin Otter
Twin Otter

FH-227
FH-227


FH-227


BAC
BAC
BAC
BAC
BAC
BAC
BAC


FH-227
Twin Otter
FH.227
FH-227

Twin Otter
Twin Otter
Twin Otter
Twin Otter


FH-227


Twin Otter
Twin Otter


605 Su/Tu/We/Fr FH-227


401 Daily

44 Daily
50 Daily

202 daily
204 Daily

902 Tu/Th/Sa

602 Mo/We/Fr

852 Daily

908 Tu/Sa

604 MofTh/Sa


Daily
Daily
Fr/Su
Daily
Daily
Su/Fr/Sa


604/606 Daily
608 Daily

802 Daily
110 Daily

852 Daily
854 Daily

904 Mo/We

502 Daily
504 Daily

402 Daily
406 Daily

904 Mo/We


Daily
Daily
Daily
Daily
Su/Tu/We/Fr
Su/Tu/We/Fr
Mo/Th/Sa


Daily
Daily
Su/Tu/Th/Fr/Sa
Daily

Daily
Su/Mo/We/Th/Fr
Daily
Daily


902 Tu/Th/Sa


Daily
Daily


Su/Tu/We/Fr


402 Daily
406 Daily

45 Daily
49 Daily


FH-227

BAC 1-11
BAC 1-11

Twin Otter
Twin Otter


FH-227

Goose


Twin Otter

Twin Otter

FH-227

BAC 1-1 1
BAC 1-11
BAC 1-11
BAC 1-11
BAC 1-11
FH-227


FH-227
FH-227


Twin Otter
FH-227


Otter
FH-227

FH-227


Twin Otter
Twin Otter

FH-227
FH-227

FH-227

BAC 1-11
BAC 1-11
BAC 1-11
BAC 1-11
BAC 1-11

BAC 1-11



FH-227
Twin Otter
FH-227
FH-227

Twin Otter
Twin Otter
Twin Otter
Twin Otter


FH-227

Twin Otter
Twin Otter

FH-227


FH-227
FH-227

BAC 1-11
BAC 1-11


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A" -4%ok A
of i.IIBI


By Abigail Van Buren
c 1974 by ChKagO T'bntHe-N. Y. Ne*s Sy i-(
DEAR ABBY: My father died three -' ; ago ifter a
long and difficult illness. I looked after hi- needs daily.
while my brother and his wife looked out the window. After
the funeral I let my brother have it, hut good. and we.
haven't spoken since.
My husband, however, never did bear a grudge against
my brother. He still plays golf with him, and they are the
best of friends. This really hurts me. Abbyt Don't you think
that out of loyalty to me my huoKlind should not ,e palling
around with my brother? IIEVME MB ItHS DADDY

DEAR REN1EMK1HRS Not necessarily. I think your
husband is showing more maturity than you. I ae'ree, you
have good reason to be upset xwith your brother, but what's
to be gained by perpetuating a family feud" It's already
causing trouble between you awil tiiu husband. Try to
forget the past and work toward imptripoinrv yur ,r'lation-
ship with your brother. It may t5 : i. hIl. h>. if you
start now, the happy ending n il .. '.ni.

DEAR ABBY: I suppose I am ,bout the' i.n )th girH
with the same problem. lve ial ih. ',i a ", iedC
man. He's my boss.
He's 20 years older than I -:"r r ,t '! r'ealy ;r- craze.
about each other. His wife kne'v. :t.-'u us from tihe oart
and sort of accepted it. but he ke;t :.... 'ff 'ine h:r.
so I moved out of town and trie. tr rirnt hi.' e ir
and begged me to come back p rnisini r (ii,:zie his
wife. so I came back. Well, he 'r 'I. nie nm'r c.
It's been over a year now. In'm r eeinre [ir, and I'm
back where I started from. HRe'-"! I ca:ied wife and
she was just great. She said 1 ., r
husband loved me and would : .
minute, but HF didn't want on'
I talked to him and he s, "
unbalanced and not responsible : .; I
shouldn't pay any attention to i
Who can I believe' Andih: 11- :i


DEAR IN: Get out of his !ife
necessary, and forget him. Antd !if
have anm more idialohf wr h> 1ijr


For Abby's new booklet, ""hat g',r. 'r, Want to
Know," send S$ to Abigail Van Iky D.k : v
early Hills, Cal. 90212.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby qve th ,.t C
RIGBY of Sea Grape, rd '
Minister resp-onsible fu J .
registration as a it-.' 1 :
person who knows any ieas; i, -c li .. id
be granted should send a vw i,'.! and d i j'e t '
the facts within twenrty- h 3 :v i .
January 1974 to The Mi~istoc i :
and Citizenship, P. O. Box N7 /.




NO TWICE

NOTICE is hereby qivyi I I I Yi T
of Sea Grape, Grand ,
responsible for Nati ability
as a citizen of The B hi n, '.i in iii '
knows any reason why lii
should send a written :
within twenty-eight days 1. ...
to The Minister responib, :' .
P. O. Box N7147, Na-.si





NOTICE

N O T IC E is h e re b y :iv i 1 .1 i S 1 ti 1 .' ,
Street is applyirti t
Nationality aind C ti., o. i
of The Bahanims, .J '! .
reason why niatiu" i ''
seod a written ll
tw:.-ty-eight days J .
Minister responil
Box N7147, Nas-iu




NOTICE

NOTICE is here:by v' L -
OLDHAM of Fox own. A ,
responsible for Nation.iiiy ,, ( ,,
as a citizen of The Bahani,.. h \
knows any reason why ...t b c''
should send a written and d st the f,
within twenty-eight days hvt I' ie 3i d dv : ,V 1974
to The Minister responsible .o, Nh .tid .iz i'p.
P. O. Box N7147, Nassau.





NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby q.'.nii that MARY LAMl RHT of S.-Iaj
Maria Drive, Fiecpoit, G(r nd B hama ,s 'rpirvi ,g t'i tie
Minister responsible foi Na .,tnalit, j ,n ie'0.,hip. ;
registration as a citrier of Tho Bahr i d that
person who knows any leaso. why egi i't ,,n sIho.ild
be granted should send a w8ittoen ,r!d signed statement io
:hec facts within twenty-eight days from 'he 3rd da" of
January, 1974, to The M un stern r'-r spo-nsobe Nio Nora;::' t
,Cid Citizenship, P. 0. Box N 7i.17. Nassau




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given tnat R\RIA BEATRICE
GRAY of P. O. Box F2032, Fteepott, Grand Bahama is
applying to the Ministet re- on -.ibl. fot ; ,. aljit, and
Citizenship, for re.-, t, r. ar Litize r c 1 he Bahamnas,
and that any person w,h-" kno'l, i .r r.r i ason wt hy
registration should not be g,,i'ited .shooi. send a wiitteli
and signed statement of the fct-. withiin t. .ent'v-eiqht days
from the 3rd day of Jr.u i 1974. t he Minister
responsible for Nati,3- ,,' .d Citizenship, P. ,. Box
N7147, Nassau.


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LA WN SERVICE

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ROPICAL 2 2157


NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that EDITH SHIRLEY SMITH of
Freeport Grand Bahama is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Ctizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
nowss any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 10th day of Jan. 1974 to
The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that LLEWELYN RICHARDSON
HALL of Eight Mile Rock Grand Bahama is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 10th day of
Jan. 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that ALICE AURELIA
ASTWOOD of Freeport, Grand Bahama is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 10th day of
Jan. 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.





NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that THOMAS EBENEZER
WILLIAMS of Jones Town, Eight Mile Rock, Grand
Bahama, is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason
why registration should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
lwenty4eight days from the 10th day of January 1974 to
The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.





NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that PAULINE FLORINTENA
FORBES of Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
i tiir. as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
b: granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 10th day of
-Jinu.ary 1974 toc The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship. P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.




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


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Thursday January 10, 1974


NOW AT ONE


BIG LOCATION


6th.Terrace Centreville


TEL: 2-2347 2-8150


DRAPERY
Rods
REGULAR & HEAVY DUTY

Custom Drapes for the entire
house...also Custom Bedspreads,
Carpeting.


Complete line of Bedroom and Bathroom Accessories,

Ready-made Drapes, Mattresses & Box springs,'Rugs

6'x9' & 9'xl2' also Throw Rugs


HOURS: Monday through Friday 9:30 a.m. 6 p.m.
Saturday ...........9:30 a.m. 9 p.m.


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Thursday January 10, 1974


CLASSIFIED


SECTION


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


REAL ESTATE


II


C13110
TWO LOTS in BLair near
Tuckawav Call 2-3041
between 0 and 5. 4-13,46 after
6

C 13120
LOT t118 x 155 Montagu
n iqhts Lot 100 x 115
Gen sto- Gardens PhUone
; 851 2i


T'-0 B EDROOM two bath
cottage on Montrose Averso'
North of Vinchestei Street,
qga'age ard store 'oom, laundry,
1'd i.'. h. bearIng t ;r t

1 r bT.ne ae Steet a't o0r


a4 ib -e a
p ra S4 ppp. L e.




i ; T,-'. HIGHWAY ho",s
a-d
! b- d' ,."' 3. Ca! '- +u'"i shed
I G -' e. ... 'v Rights to
3eh A-k,-. $6,8.000 00Q
HILLTOP WINTON Statelv
1 : h ".gh lass
s'. ac' OrY
i 0. .. Only

WINTON HIGHWAY street

S-- ..'atb largee
j- ,,, ; $ i" .j c! r r

IO-* 0' $15 00000.0

HILLTOP HIGHLAND PARK.
i .v ^;'j o *. ... th I three
Sed'o a' o,,be 'our
o' '." :hei from

SKYLINE ,i .e *n-

S: hae the

SEMI-HILLTOP ENCLOSED
SWIMMING POOL.
P-.. > '. tL Ridge has
-:, r bedr J. furr"shed.
S Loe Was

0 -C. C J See by

ST. ANDRFWS DRIVE -
S ed s, 2 Daths,
oa c'ou, g ounds on0

BLAIR t e e houci
j ".( t sed grounds
$i Si0.'0 0 Has some
i ,' .i 'i' 'i ,
"'' 'ai'n"dSee

I '-LLTOP SANS SOUCI
S '' : ves yr unas 02 bo -
S' O:d Bah niano house ,th
iee Dedoom 2 baths,



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DAVSN. 5 .' REAL EStATE
CO LTD
Ce tied Real Estate Broker
S Apprases)


Na.saii, Bahamas


ESTATE BARGAINS
THROUGHOUT THE
COMMONWEALTH-
2, 3 and 4 4hBED OOMw

areas

EASTERN POAD D on the
water as well as on the lisl

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 I N I U M
APARTMENTS in PARADISE
ISLAND
EAST BAY STREET
WEST BAY STREET
HOTELS and HOTEL SITES,
BEACH LOTS, COMMER-
CIAL LOTS, RESIDENTIAL
LOTS
A C R EA GE 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
DAV SON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENCY
Phone 21178 or 80932 21178
P. O. Box N-4648
Nassau, Bahamas


FOR RENT


C13174
3 bedroomrn house, unfurnished.
also, I bedroom house,
unfurnished. Both on 100' x
100' lot in Shirlea, Warwick
Street. Can be bought together
or divided. Call 4 1377 or
3-4343.


1 FOR RENT
L 13106
STORE OR OFf ICtL Charlottt
Street opposite Scottish Shop
Ample parking, immediate
occupancy Telephone 4 14 76

C1308 1
AIRCONDITIONED bedi ooir
apartment Shtiile, Pail.
Avenue $235 per month.
Phone 5-8134


COTTAG. S Ji; apar t- ',
d w'il weekly ,r' monthL

naid seven a.v, abtt L ov',,
q.lirdern a d s',w 'inn'5q pinii
Telephone 3 20 7 .1093

C131 15
NASSAU I lL LCL RES
TOWERS
Sun terrace swimming pool
1 bedroom apartment, private
porch $250.
1 2-bedroom 2 bath apartments
$435.
1 3 bedroom 2 bath apartment
$445.
All ncely furnished including
water
Contact 7-8421 2 .vent ngs
7 7065

C13132
One TWO BE D)ROOM
Apartment' iI.n new, duplex
building situated Boat A
Unfurnished C all 5 4258 or
5- 7365

C131 16
EFF ICIENCY APARTMENT
in Palrndaie ideal for reseiveu
gentleman Call 51 044 to,
in forrnatio'

C13154
LOVE Bt ACH COLONY
C Liif-. on the Ocean, swimmringr
pool tennis courts, club
pr 'virle",
Two bedroom. two bath,
luxury apartment, available one
long te'r'' lease. Cnntai t
7-8421 2. evenings 7 70ti5

C 131t4
LARGe i be rri-om fJunisthd(
apartt In 't ut e 'k Blati ,
rights, p',vat' entrance anril
garden, Coupil on(lv. no pets
Available Fehi uv Ist $275
pe i m i t h. T. lepwhoi .
C iE STE- R TO:'0'PP"ON
2.4777, venrr,ics 4 20 5

C13175
ONE bedrou-, apjr t",' ,' and
Store coro eLi ',i' ,r fd
Shirlev St it- t, Ph,." ,ri
Moree 54825


L U P N i S U [; +* J i,
AIRCONDITIONE i
bedr-oon'T apart, r I n'i a,'! x

P 1tchard at t 8,7'


CARS FOR SALE

C 1 3 1 04
-971 GT COME T sports car
Guod or)d1ton1 with jIr
o di" t'cir ig Owner leaving
'own Tel phones 3-(,i, 8

C 13138
T Kr"'-H ;00 4 r ta. ir.i. w walls Well keel
,' o''ditite by r '
./,.P 775 r,. 2 2325.

i 313
S15r9 TRILUMPH Glb Ia g-)ioii
ndition. $ 59 ) Pho'i' 42118

C 13038
BLACK K i Hf- V O0L E
CAPRIC F "i ellerit
i(nrditior. L J. K ir,0 .l"'s, Tel.
58134.

S13145
1973 PLYMOUTH SATELLITE
four door tr t op.
aireonditionred, power brakes,
buy ing smaller car will sel foir
$4900 Cost $6.200 A-I
t'ndition 11 months old.
Ter 32580


C1 3157
1973 PLYMOUTH DUSTER
a n onditioned radio tape
depik 800 miles, $5800. Phone
34527 28293. 12,000 mile
warranty.

t-1 31 50
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.
USED CAR LIST
1970 HILLMAN MINX 4 Dr
Std. Green $850.
1971 VAUXHALL VICTOR
S/W Auto, brown -$1800
1973 PONTIAC VENTURA 2
Dr A/C Bucket seats, vinyl,
floor shift $5600.
1973 PONTIAC FIREBIRD
ESPRIT 4000 miles on!y 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


PETS FOR SALE PUBLIC AUCTI


C 13142
Purebr ed
puppies. 6
After 5-30


German Shophetrn
weeks old, woi no'
p rn call 5 25014


FOR SALE

3 13152.
SALE
SALE
SALE
Sr"'' o"" i all lt ",
Whei t'
at
LAURRANE'S HOUSE
OF HOSIERY
Palmetto Avenue off
Market Street opposi,-
Canri o Food Store

. 13056
SE. TS o' Woirld .'
L -Htvc.!LD,-d.. (hlb -d r' n .' .. ,
r' a a'i.rr t i D ie al 2 **


C 13057
[ CLinb wr iti' ni !tri ..
1 hiuh cha




labiiets i'. o ul thu 'i.\ "..' ,
Metal f .ines .ii
ds pirs frli ins
1 Antil ue qn' i h.l ',

1 's I r't l desk
1 desk 31 72 i i '
i ai u desk l ,
'itsL e lia rl t tL', tde sk a .... 1 .. .
Call 23 2 21

C 1311
p,Alhv P l
piLayei a to t hi r e 2 : 'i
j iS1r h m in

S133
A R r L t t ( f !


24(031
13' i ;, 3 i' '

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$V,'5h O
VeOFf tahl t 1( -[4')f.i .r
( h'i ,i B. $45 0 i'
Milk i$,,> $55)0.on0





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MARINE SUPPLIES ,



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C 13065
PAC LMAKf R 4 't l .i ,, .
Ci ruing > Y (a fit I . 'i .i i '


1969 in't Il es o/,F F
Co immandeIIrCiI S lep's > i '
shower, twwn 230 h p ii1 .j) ,
with less h9air 200 1` I .h -.,
kitdcherie tte, ( i2iJ ( d i > rlid i ):t
Call 24267, m401 1


PUBLIC AUCTION

C. 1293/
0-arry Ia .la >, e .m'il ,n i
premises on Albuti La,' 1
doors Ifoni Shirlev Str,''t .
the right hard ,side s i thf
Eastern Distr it oi the Island-
of New Providenc,,u on Fr i i ti
the 11th day of Jarmmtoym A H)
1974 at 12 O'0,( k rnoun, th,
following proper t

ALL THAT 'erlta'n !),e< ,.'
parcel of land i-, jr as l ,<
No. 70 o. No No /2 ano d No
73 of Block Nou 3 as laid ouit
of Berry Islands DevelopmenIet
Conmpamy (Baharmas) L mi edl
containing by adi'eas irei' entl
One and Thirty four huirldri ths
(1.34) of arn ai re n
thereabouts srts.ate r ,' t,1
central section o th Snuthir
part of Cistern Cav one of tr
Islands in the Giourp of Island
known as the Berry Islands '
the Cornrnonweaitht (if -
Bahamas ABU T I N( .' ,
BOUNDING townn',.
North on other lanrds .' th.
Crown towards the at ., j
Reservation for a Road f ort
(40) Feet wide known as
Shepherd's Needle Close arid
towards South and West onl
other lands of the Crown or
however else the same may
abut and bound which saidst
piece or parcel of land has such
position boundaries shape
marks and dimensions as are
shown on the diagram or plan
drawn on the back of a Crown
Grant to Berry Islands
Development Company
(Bahamas) Limited dated the
21st day of July, A.D. 1971
and now of record in the
Registry of Records in the City


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PUBLIC AUCTION


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island ( is t ,,. i ,, "r ,' ., it i I
of t e 0i3,1a' .i, -' ,I .d
ABUT I lI(, ,",r; i()i iJ'l C(
towards "fr NU pT i ,' 1 i
other 'd u 'i1 s vn
towards the S' OUItI i t ,T I )n
the IH-igh, Wate' i '.].ink nu th! Sea
towards thIe Si )' I0 l _I / 5 I on
other lands od tI w o iwn and


p~p'r tv is being sold
the tanuk of Novi
i ;!,u,'', statutoiy power of sale
S.'!o i air-,es by virtue of a
ipmn'r tal b[)eoenture dated
T I, 1st day of November, A.D.
I/ made between Berry
i ,aids D)evelopment Company
(itiihamas) Lirnmited of the one
irt arid The Bank of Nova
tao of the other part and
iro) if rtecod in the Registry of
OiJ ,ids t iny the City of Nassau
th' Island of New
I', r.idence no Volume 1852 at
;lre', 103 to 111. The sale is
i', l tti to a reserve price and
!t, i!iu light for the Auctioneer
n, any peisotn on his behalf to
I(! t, that pi ice. Terms 10% of
'h lini(hase price at the time
,*' the sale and the balance
I rui o on completion.

Dat'ed this 15th day of
er),,( mber 1973

HARRY D) MALONE
Public Auctioneer


C12986o
PUBLIC AUCTION
Harry D Malone will sell at his
premises on Albury Lane five"
toors from Shirley Street on
the right hand side in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence on Friday
the lIth day of January A.D.
1974 at 12 o'clock noon the
following property: -
ALL THAT Piece Parcel or
tract of land containing
Fifty-nine and Eighty-nine
hundredths (59.89) acres
being the Southern moiety
or half of Lignum Vitae Cay
containing One hundred and
Nineteen and Seventy-eight


PUBLIC AUCTION


I I


Block I Lots
inclus ve
Block 2 Lots
inclusi ve
Block 3 Lots 1
and 17 to 24 mnclusi
Block 4 Lots 7 an
Block 5 Lots
inclusive and 9
inclusive
Block 6 Lots 1
inclusive and 7
inclusive
Block 7 Lots 5,
to 12 inclusive.
Block 8 Lots
inclusive and 12
inclusive.
Block 9 Lots 1,
inclusive and 20
inclusive.
Block 10 Lots
inclusive, 11l to 31
and 33
Block 11 Lots
inclusive and 7
inclusive.
Block 12 Lots 6,
inclusive, 16, 20 an
Block 13 Lots I


1 to 8

1 to 7

2,5, 8
ve.
d 9.
1 to 7
to 11

3 to 5
to 10


12 to 18
to 23

i to 8
inclusive

2 to 5
to 16

,10 to 12
d 22.
and 6 to


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


PUBLIC AUCTION


:


It WANTS TO SHARE


C13169
YOUNG lady required to share
apartment in Montagu Village
with schoolteacher. Phone
31765 after 4 p.m.

CARD OF THANKS
C13176
, ---p


towards the NORTHWEST on
Reservation for a Road Forty
(l10) Feet wide known as
villaqe Road or however else
th' ( same may abut and bound
said piece or parcel of
"" has such position
Sindaries shape marks and
th riensiors as are shown on the
iii aa or plan drawn on the
o a Crown Grant to
v Islands Development
'panv (Bahamas) Limited
j tIhe 21st day of July
!1 !71 and now of record
,' 'h Registry of Records in
i' ty of Nassau in the Island
New Pr evidence aforesaid in
V i. ; mrii e 1 79 at payes 425 to

ALL THAT cer tit piece or
: o land known as Lots
o No. 27 and No. 28 ot
Sk No 10 as laid out by
''' Islands Development
S'. PdIpan', (Bahamas) Limited
'n'aling by admeasuremrnent
U,' r and Three hundred and
St v n e thousandths
S') of an a( re or
.' I "ah outs situate on the
.vesteir' Coast of Listel n
of the Islands iIn the
S. of Islands knrowln as the
S Islanlds it the
Simon riwealth of the
a,, foiesaid ABUT TING
OUNDING tuwaids the
; 1 other lands of the
.i r towards trie Last partly
a a Rtseivatiorn for a Road
v.wnr as Rams Hoen Court
partly onr other lands of
1 o wn towards the' Soutth
. .the lands of the Ciownr
'i torwarids the Wes't on the
.l', Water Mark of the Sea 0oi
'..ver else the same Miav
I), arid bound which said
parcel of land has such
S ',n boundaries shIape
and dimensions as are
' r,n the diaqgrar or pla-i
.'., or the back oft a i( i sov,
t' to 13et i y I lands
*i v op men t orI'II pIa 1 ,
i-tnas) Limited dated the
S(la of Julv, Al) 197)
'r o,.. re oi i n! tih,
S s'iv of Recoids in thie .it
i"'JJisari in the Island or New
V i d n e aforesaid int
l.' ii 1 7 1r at payes -123 to
S ( 1 22,) of ant aie i o
S I.L HAT ,etail piece 0o
*' ,',!i ,'If lanm d know l as I iraI t
S'i k No 2 as laid uL t

a r.i, ( atiLahaniis) Limitte
i'':t hi) by adtieasu ienei i
r ,1i(1 Two s hr irndit d and
I ,. r 'l V s' t ho irisa ndths
( '() Oi an cre or

,'tliirhcli enrd of stein Cay



rirsnwealt1h of thel
S ',,!! ..!"i ,s jfor'sa i! rlfl r I ING';
1" ,i OUIJNIDING towards tfIu
+* ii, ',, l s oi, a teserivation
a i ) r I4()1) Iv eon

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,* -*'r .! .' 11 ,1 a Roaid S ti

I, i x,, ) voi i tiovai ds thie
-I'> ,ii ,' r',si vatirl to I a
I' I t ,.t (.'10) Feet wide
| :... -. A ( ia if Apple Sti reet
i I. ( li r t ie Souithi on other
I I,> f liie Clown and
Sv,.! id, thi V Wreit on other
if t n ie imi' f may alabut arnd
I t, ( w d hi h said piece or
l 1 ,' Ijirltd his suct) position
I, daii'' shape imar ks arnd
liieir'' iini as aie shown onL the
S' ,it ai; in pla t d awn ori the
li),I l (if CI Iown GOrant to
lint' v Islands Development
:pary (Baha as) Limited
,lit-'df the 21st day of July,
t\ I). 19/1 and irow of record
,,i tire Registry of Recor ds in
tr Ity iof Nassiaui in the Island
New Prvivdence in Volume ri
1 ,' i' t pages 413 to 414.


hundredths (119.78) acres
and situate to the North of
Cistern Cay and to the West
of the Northern end of
Great Harbour Cay in the
Berry Island group of Islands
in the Bahamas bounded on
the North by the other
moiety or half of the said
Lignum Vitae Cay and on all
other sides by the Sea which
said piece parcel or tract of
land thas such position
boundaries shape narks and
dimensions as are shown on
the plan attached to the
h er einafter recited
Debenture and thereon
edged in Red
SECONDLY ALL THAT
undivided 25 30th interest
in all that piece parcel or
tract of land containing
Fifty-nine and Eighty-nine
hundredths (59.89) acres
situate as aforesaid being the
Northern moiety or half of
the said LignumrlLs Vitae Cay
bounded on the South by
the other moiety or half of
the said Lignum Vitae Cay
arid on all other sides by the
Sea which said piece parcel
or tIact of land has such
position shape bounrda iies
rarks and dmnenrsions as are
shown oin the said plan
attached to the herieiafter
recited Debenture and
thereon edqed in gieen

AND THIRDLY ALL THAT
piece parcel or trait of land
said to contain One hundred
and Forty (140) acres but
on admeasuirenlent found to
contain One hundred and
F ifty-two and Thirty-one
huindredths (152.31) acres
comprisinrl the Nor then
Portion of Three hundred
and Sixty (360) acres
ori iqgnally granted by the
( tiown to ThonIas Taylor
and John ii ethel and
recorded in the Department
of Lands and Survoeys of the
t commonwealthh inr Book F
at page 53 situate at the
Noithein end of Cistern Cay
in the Berry Island Gioup of
IslandI s iln the Bahaimi as
aforesaid bounded on the
South by a loose stone wall
,Oparatinrg the said tract
S Intaining One hundred arnd
f ity-two and Thirty-orne
huIndiedths (152.31) acres
frion another portion of the
',aid Thiee hundred and
S" ty (360) acre tract
or innalla y granted to the said
Thomas Tavior arnd the said
John Bethel and i running
thereon One thousand nine
hundred and Eighteen and
SI tv f ou h u ndredths
(1.918. 64) Feet more or less
irm the West by the Sea on
thr North by an arm m(f the
Sea (called The ( lCeek' ard
on the as! by another arrn
,if th Sea, with nll nari oves
tbe'w the High WSater Mark
knLowuii a' "i h.rit(anm i Creek"
.vu h said pie o ar lcel ot
ti a( t of larid ha, stich
p sti reo s tape botundal ies
marL ks and dimernsian, as are
sh own o the said plan
attached to t iep heremaftel
re(oIted o Deenture arind
theieon cdqed in t i- Blue



land
!-' i Vl f/ CAY
..; ,, Vint' W est
Lit,' to -1 m in'lusve rnd 49

Lint rull Vita,,'' So- iluth
Lts i to 6 irnii lusive and 28
!' 5-1 i nl',rtivo
Liqciiii ,mVitae L as
LCnts 1 tfr 40 i>',; si've rnd 43

.igor in, '/i' ae '0r 1 th
not'l Sire 70(8.55L squaree
feet
All park areas and
roadways on Lu ]11 igmlr Vitao
C ay.
NORTHERN END
OF CISTERN CAY


HARDWARE
John S.George 2-8421/6

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

LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING
New Oriental Laundry 2-4406

LOCKSMITH
Bahamas Lock & Key
2-4591 ext.C147

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


MUSIC


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

SPORTSGOODS
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 Service24896


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

SCHOOLS

C13147
GUITAR CLASSES. Group 'r
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

C13114

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


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ANTENNAS

Island TV 2-2618

AUTOMOTIVE
Lucas Batteries
Bay Street Garage Ph. 2-2434
BODY BUILDING
Wong's Barbell Club 5-4506
BOOKSTORE
The Christian Book
Shop 5-87"

BUILDERS
Richard's Construction5-7080

CAMERAS
John Bull 2-4252/3

CARPETS
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993

CUSTOMS BROKERS
Martin's 2-3173

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

DRAPERIES
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993

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

ENTERTAINMENT
Movies
Film & Equip. Service 2-2157

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

GARDEN & PET

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


THE FAMILY of the late
Howard Moree would like to
thank relatives and fiends for,
cards. flowers and sympathy.
Special thanks to Rev Dean
Granger, Drs Roger and Bowe
and Nur se Gibson.


HELP WANTED
C13153
ONE fair worker. Cal! H
Dean 3-6394.

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

C13165
FLAGLER INN reqliune an
expeiiencted F es utliv
Secretary,, to fhlfil this
position Shotithand anrd typing
ate essent iialt Also pifeli
languages Gei maii ad f r'inch.
Please contact detect Ron
Oveiend, Geinerial Manrei a'
55561 or 555 7.


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HELP WANTED I TRADE SERVICES
C13161 C13055
BOOKKEEPER required by FOR REPAIRS on small
Lyford Cay Club. Applicants electrical appliances at
must have at least three years reasonable prices call 27612.
experience. Must be able to do
bank reconciliations and keep
original books of entry. C 13141
Applications in writing only to
the Controller. P. O. Box
N7776, Nassau.


C13162
HEAD FRONT DESK
CASHIIER required by Lvford
Cay Club. Applicants must
have at least five ye'rs
experience. Duties include
supervision and training of a
staff of 20. Must be able to
work seven day week ini
season and evenings. Thorough
knowledge of NCR 2000
posting machine essential. Also
involves large amount of
correspondence and I .11 ,i.3
of approximately 1000
a accounts i receiva ble
Applications i writing only to
the Controllel, P 0. BOx
N77 76, Nassau.

C13172
BODY MEN: Must be good.
At least 5 years experience.
APPLY WITH REFERENCES
TO: Mr. Pinder Service
Manager. Motor Contre Ltd.
Thomipson Blvd. OakeJseld.

C13171
MECHANIC: Must have good
general knowledge of auto
repairs and own tools. APPLY
WITH REREF ENCE S IO: Mr.
Pinder. Ser vice ,ra ag., !.lotot
Centre Ltd Tholilpsor Blvd.
Oakesf ield

C13170
SUPE RINTENIDENT OF
-.AINTEr'i,r I fur aragonite
operation at Ocean Cay. Basic
qualification: Marine Engineer
papers Mu"st be qualified to
d1 ret maintenance and repair
of ships. heavy diesel
'tationaiy engines, coineyo s,
shtrip loaders, cranes, hydraulic
dri dges, ...1, ~.i ,). electric
geo'r ,'. and distr ibLutiorl,
and diesel tIrators. Will
probably have had at least 15
er-is exp' e rre ii fiold. Age
10 5-. S.11riry rom rnensi ate
..itrl c- F-err'eic to
A C 0 N A OC F A N
INDUS ,I 11 '. LfD. P.O. Box
N41 77. Nassau.

C 3i1 80
GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL L
ret iire Pastry Chef toprepalre
Contriental Pastrv 5J years
eprienrce. WVVrte with
referencee to P. O. Box N36,)l
Nvasaut.

TRADE SERVICES
C13054
FOR INFORMATION on
unique fiitsht otn your I ot110
whicti will give you 30 years o
paint fiee service. Call 27612.

C13062
T.V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes,
apra tmerits and hotels
SAiLES AND SERVICES
Call b 910-1
WORLD OF MUSIC(
M'ackev Street next to Frank's
Place


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Vibratory Belt
KEEP FIT AT HOME
EXERCISE EQUIPMENT
FOR SALE OR RENT

TELEPHONE
IJASSAU DRUG STORE
HUBERT WONG
5-4506

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

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

C13159
FOR ALL your Gardening
needs, ti mim ing, hedging,
prrunirng. beach cleaning, for
prompt reasonable and
efficient service. Call 5-7810.

C13134
,3 & R PR OPERTY
MAINTENANCE proudly
,riannIounce the opening of their
offices i the Malton House-,
Collins Aveue. We imow your
lawn, sp' y your plants and do
rany orpans to your home. For
qu. k arid efficient service, call
b2539

C13045




Mackey Street
& Rooseov-t 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.


GRAND BAHAMA I



CLASSIFIED]


WANTED

REAL ESTATE WANTEDr
C6585
Island, 200 aces or mn le for
development. Richard A.
Little, 136 Chilean Ave., Pair"
Beach Fla. 33480.


HELP WANTED

C 13166
TENNIS PRO for 400 room
hitel. Responsible for keeping
hotel cou ts iII trp playing
condition. Arrange and
sIpeivise ten is activities for
hotel guests and be able to
teach tennis. Must be
I g'nized tennis p lutOssiO 'ir
25 t1 40 years of age and 6 to
10 years experience.
POTWASHERS, KITCHEN
CLEANERS, HOUSEMAN, &
KITCHEN PORTERS required.
S ust 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
anid police record, or telephone
362-9661 for interview


C6587
QUALIFIED REFRIGE-
RATION EXPERT
REQUIRED; ROOM A'C'S
AND HEAVY DUTY UNITS.
BE ABLE TO WORK WITH
MINIMUM SUPERVISION.
P R E V E N T A TI VE
M A I N T E N A N C E
EXPERIENCE. REFE-
RENCF S 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.


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HELP WANTED


C13160
SYNTEX CORPORATION
HAS THE FOLLOWING
VACANCY:-
PROCESS DEVELOPMENT
CHEMIST, B.Sc. The
successful candidate will assist
in establishing technical
objectives and developing
piogiammes and projects in the
Process Development
Depaitnerrnt; in improving
methods and quality of
production arrd must be able to
perform numerous organic
reactons unsupervised, such as
o x idations, deductions,
ester ifications, dehydro-
genations and halogenations
anrid mTust prepare accurate
detailed reports of work
per for nied.Applicants should
apply in person at Syntex
Cor portion, West Sunrise
Highway or write to Employee
Relations Manager, P. 0. Box
S 2430, Freeport, Bahamas.

C6b89
GARDENER for luxury Hotel.
Must have knowledge of all
phases of gardening, pruning of
shi ubbery, 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, Freeport.

C6588
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: LUCAYAN BEACH
HOTEL, P. 0. Box F-336,
Freeport.


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CARROLL RIGHTER'S


^CHOROSCOPE
from the Carroll Righter Institute
"7 GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day to go after
\M your most cherished longings A word of praise
or encouragement to others could now bring you into the realm
of abundance that means the most to you. Make long-range
plans for the future. Expand your goals
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Do those things that bring in
the very finest benefits now and join with persons you truly
like. Show more thoughtfulness for mate
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Make your home more
charming and elegant looking. Inviting fascinating personalities
into your home is wise Relatives can be helpful
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Talk over with associates
about becoming more efficient in your joint operations and
thereby derive greater benefits in the future
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Begin a new
uptrend in all of your affairs by showing more enthusiasm and
confidence. An adviser can give ideas you need
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) If you use that charnung smile
more, you can get others to go along with your ideas more
readily. Show others that you are intelligent.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) You can now produce far
greater things and become more affluent if you take the
initiative. Organization is the keynote at this time
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct 22) Getting together with good
friends today can bring some fine ideas of mutual benefit
Attend the social and obtain the data you need
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov 21) Get into career affairs early
and contact bigwigs who can give you the boost you want
Civic work can now add to your prestige
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec. 21) Get out of that dull
routine you find yourself in and look into new outlets that
will give you a chance to express your talent
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You can bring your skills
to the attention of higher-ups and get fine results today An
associate will give the backing you need.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Meet with associates and
discuss where most benefits are possible Improve relationship
with mate by sticking to principle
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Look about you and see where
to make the improvements that can make your life more as
you want it to be. Show that you have wisdom
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will
attract others with a smile that charms all Teach to pick
friends wisely. There is much intelligence here Ihis can
become a most successful and happy life, provided the
education is sufficient and the spiritual training gi en e:nly in
life. Sports are especially fine here.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel What ,ou rake of
your life is largely up to YOU!


Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
Anyone can ieacn a slain on
the ,iorun-ooutn cards, but onikl
a good player couid lail to make
it.
North
A K 9
v J 9 4
SA3 2
houth
4AK 8 6
SA K Q 10 8 7
Contract 60 ; Lead 4K
The novice is in no tiouoo.. He
draws trumps, fIning them 2-2,
throws a club on tne K al nd
concedes a spade.
h'lie more experienced pla3c-
fears a 3-1 trump break and
expects the spades to split 4-2.
So he leads one round of trunmps
o.ly and tcuasta tuhe spades.
'lhat is good play, but the ex-
pert does even better. Before
crossing to dummy to discard his
osing club, he Liys down the *A.
The second spade is led from
dummy, so that if East has no
more, ne can only ruff a loser.
It s an insurance against a 5-1
spade breach, East having the
singleton. Tnat's how the hand
was played in an international
event and these were the East-
West hands.
West
tJ East
Q 10 8 7 Q 10 9 5 3
6 5 3 J 4 3 2
4 J 10 8 6 5 2
K Q 9
West promptly ruffed the 4K
and that was that. A beginner.
who watched, still wonders how
anyone could play well enough
to go down.


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Chess


White imaties in thlee 111oees at
the latest, against amn iii le,
ro1 U. W uir..ju.g,. Not tIro (i.'ti
cuit. but a neat illn-tl nlt. iIn i)
cie.ssbo .rd geometry.
Par time 1 I inunut?. p o.blem
master. 2 iniiuts. problemi ex-
pert; ;5 iniruter.. oU(Iod 10
minutes, average: 2)r 'iinuite




I R-'-Qt2 i t tir (tnd 11 til.
lack qu,'rn stops the mant' b
2 R/-hR-. ii, then WhItt, iutr''
hyr 2 R--VR.s h.
Traps Jir sosIrf'' Irn l1,' I
R --Khi2 i,-Ki-t6' l R I 12
Q-QB2' or I 1 r 9; At Q '
or I R KH B" V-Kl' r
R. B', B- "' -KKtl'


I'hleklv '..r on tire Mrrfi re.
(7)
I'liloin, rirrdltr r. (i>. )
IRaw lletal.l (:3)
Iteln Ive. (.:)
('ruhiohn. (3)
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Doun
1 I r tjll Ir ti' ri.r (, .'% ,
:1. Container. ( :
4 Ie I-Iuien h hacId l. I. I
S iftt ni lhtt n dlor i rk. (Ii
i ('ookinIe ltenlilsl (1)
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iS t o r e.
1i !D f,4-
IN t c I. NAMELC 0 AI
No. 7,328 by TIM it Ki' I) W' I NE
Across! mantled & 16-N l E
1. Olicial plan ( 3) ,)i
( .rain. (5) Ta-W W I I P
!i: ri Danip actor. (r1) (i E R
10. Tlils runs alone the NorllH e A
Sea. (4. 5) I).IN S GE 0eN.
12. Old garden. (4) I titer
13. Dliikt Intensely. (0 ) f eattire.
14. TIeing lip. (9) (3) ''. '' "


S/ a t ITHUT SUREM
G O"a P T ".


REX MORGAN, M.D. By DAL UkeIS.

-' 0f/ flT. TRY TO KEEP US THEY'RE THE GREATEST, KAREN THIS HAS BEEN ONE OF T/I FS
S" VAWAYGOOD NIGHT, NOBODY COULD HAVE BETTER DAYS THAT I CAN REMEMNISR -. T,
lIN I OPC, E T "weF 'LILLIAN' FRIENDS/ IF I HAC A BROTHER, EEE FRIENDS, HAVE NMY N It WI
GONNA 0O sTH AGAIN HE COULDN'T BE CLOSER .
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J JUDGE PARKER By PAUL NICHOLSJ

.,".(A *''<-.- -"w"E 50OK ARE RE:R" "N rSC I Si&JRE AT .ADTT SE: '0 DON'
7 < E A Oc AC'rl," .NCW i PLACED A4 $75OO 000., 5EE
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APARTMENT 3-G By Alex Kotzk y


S. OW pC YOU 1 SEE! HE TOLP YOU WHAT PO YOU MAKE OF THIS? PAUL
'll COME TO ABOUT MEETING A YOUNG LESTER RETURNED HOME LAST
>. THAT WOMAN, TAKING HER TO NIGHT BY EIGHT TOLP HIS WIFE
S. "PI PECON NNER--- ABOUT TAKING A YOJNG ACTRESS
*" iT. ''1" ..., ... ' M To PINNER, WALKING
OuT ON HER AT THE
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TASIN- I'M NOT KNOCKING LOVE AT
FIRST SIGHT.. BUT WHAT HAPPENS WHEN
ROP FINDS OUT THAT YOU'RE NOT ONLY
LNOT WHO YOU SAY YOU ARE...


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YOU'RE PRACTICALLY THE
MOST iCAIEP 61RL
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NOTICE is heibi. g.ven ttha PEARL LONGSWORTH of
Fort Fincastle. N. sau, lBahams is applying to the Minister
responsible tfoi Natioiality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any ,eason why epgisti or. ra should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 10th day of January
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
d Cizenship, P. O. Box N7147, Nassau.


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S.iii lowi ix l emars a o.
I Ih iel.tii el o sl"o p.ice ,i Nthe
h t I k .
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of possession. But he will hace
tI' be in top tormn ti keep out
r a tWr who want ls Jst on
liii catch t, reach a it0l)
t lal.
n the howling trnt, t. he
sp'CdsttCrs 'look stisnig with
newcomers Bob Willis. aInd
Mike Ilendrcsk il support o
1'hbk hsin ts )Id and sItt
I na' .rind's chiel slctor FAlec
Bedser belites-' Ft can be a
siutessntil Iur. "It omri bho
p'ia to their potential there is
1n1. lgictal l casun ih, ssthe
,,h ,iitd no d(, .. 11." 'Id

"I refuse It, believe wc l *,r
ve bal as hadls iagi n as wo
dId in the las test against thir
WVest Indies at Lord's la-;
easts n. He tlits akc certain
thi.it dcsn't halppcen iagailn."
BKidr sald there w.a sevcrc
ish'- i i sge .O geCnrlrIs k riiroundcri
in Britain "an, d it i's irmperati\f
l.ir the l I'ir,'lst iv 1 i i li rd,'r ito

Slh, ( ti..M i p .irt Mike l'lenitr,.
Kent, captjini; Fiii (ireig, Sussex.
"lii. Fiiis .n k. i arvis shiirk-: aLikii
Jir 'llis"+i 5 'l.c "rsiri s hiri ,. X.(e t
B+, w 1 N1 arkslhir ; ckitlh I hlf ilur,
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J ti is 1iMa. llr iekshirt, .ji
Knliot. -enllt. hris ()Id. 'dirkshiire.
Oir i'un F.k, Surrml y ib I olt'r.
i)ri ) st hic l lisrr k I I n``r'isu<)ldt
Kent: iI. l' \W illis. iAirs'iskIshirt.


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victory
Pictured Finco's captain
Percv K'.is les and Steve
Robert f-e:itedi contemplate
gait c Istraiegly


Rain saves Aussies


S IDNFY
Australia a
/ealand in
test here


Rain today. pei;
draw against Newv
thie second 'rickket


Fhe .i ,d'iiii, i if a i defeat -1,
the lowl -Irated NsewI
/ealanders had tla.ted the
Aussies squarely in the !ace lis- t
nigh t
The score then, and again
when stumps were offici.il!'
declared todda. was NNew
Zealand 312 and 305 lor lile
wickets declared and Australha
162 and 20 for tIwo Uwickets.


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scored C i Imiid BaIln had eight.
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higih ,f IS points and LJpttlrId 16
rrbliiinid-s %lile I sNriie S' 'v\ssir
.iddcd I I piiiits aniid 10 r'bhoiillis is
lcit ks i iugairs Jin is,% dteated.i'
lshiiir r. ii 72-30.
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NOTICE i, he iby given that GEORGE E. FORBES of
Yellow Pclde Gardens is applying to the Minister
responsible foi Nationality arid Citizenship, fo registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any season why registration should not be granted
should send a wi tten and signed statement of the facts
within ,-, '. days from the 3rd day of January 1974
to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
P. O Box N/147, Nassau.





NOTICE

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


cougars picked li p lutin i s\th ,win i
in eight plaNed.
'idin Darling topped tain lawnI
\ith 10 pu nts aniid I I rebS i lind.
icorge ttulI ler added si\ polts andL
14 rebo nids+.


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ha"titn all day or making the
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Sands and Kemp each rolled
a 163 and Roberts had a 161
while Knowles dropped to a
low 139 giving way to the
Marketeers.

Fourth place finishers in the
first half the Nassau Guardian,
off on a winning streak took
three straight from Home
Furniture 7q4-738, 708-680
and 881-770.
Andrew Rogers picked up
the game high for the Guardian
with a 225(556). Ricky Lowe
rolled a 205(499) and team
captian Bruce Delancy added a
I 7)1 487)
Herbert Roberts was the
high man for Home Furniture
with a 160(4bI) and Harrm
Louis scored a 1574414)


League leading bowler Larry
d'Albenas rolled a 2ii 546)
and Dana Johnson added a
S-. 1 508) '. aJIng defending
first half champions Mercurs
Bowling Squad to a 2-1 victor)
over Sawyer's Food.
Ken Sawyer rolled a
1n(,440) for Sawyer's and
Keith Sawyer added a
150 441).


By GLADSTONE THURSTON
PLAYMAKER guard David
Cleare scored a game high of
30 points while fellow guard
Keith Symonette added 16
leading Government School to
a commanding 58-39 victory of
defending senior boys champs
St. Augustine's C'Gil. ,
yesterday at the C. 1. Gibson
Gym.
It was the first time G.II.S.
has defeated S.A.C in regular
season pla\, 'lhe greatest
thrill of mn lite." said ('leare.
"I was a bit worried because
most of my guys were new to
me." explained G.H.S. Sammy
Gardiner. "However, we are
having some very constructive
practices and that's whatt we
have been using toda\ .
"We don't mind it we don't
beat any bod\ else. once we
beat them."
Franikly n 'Ihotnas, with t10
points scored the team high Ftor
S AC Livingstone Barbes was
next with i nine and Gree
Cooper had seven.
With Cleare and S'oiloineite
-pea reading the oitfenice
It HLS jumped on S A.C. foi
an earl> 15-4 lead. (oach
Smce Ferglson then look time
0ut to try and rectify things
Little good came of that
S A.( did not show their
championship form and trailed
ii-0 by the end ol the i liis
qua i rter
tioing into the second ball.
coach Ferguson brought on
guard Michael Bow e .ni
I ttiene Farquharson 'i '.pti.
the itFence. 'ooper s eid
thee csonsecutiv.tVt basket- .ind
Barbes added three more
points as S.A. closed thl Lip


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


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to within five points.
A time out was all G.H.S.
needed to get them back on
the rally With big centre Carl
Albury controlling the
rebounds. Symonette and
Clear again turned on the
power giving G.It.S. a good
32-19 half time lead.
"1 see wh> they need Noel
so much," noted one fan as
G.II.S. took complete control
"'hey reaVy need Noel." I hey
were referring to S.A.C.
six- oot-four centre Munroe
who had to miss yesterday'ss
game due to an injured leg.
S A.C. who never saw the
icad throughout the whole
game weie t: i !ii,. bh ten
points by the end ot tthe third
cluarter. Jeff Davises and David
Burrows going into the final
period gave Albury some well
needed help on the boards
which was al! ( IL.S' needed to
take a 50-35 lead and on to


(itARD) Bran Cartwright
s..,red a team high of I1)
rCebuLndi and tfor ard Kciti
Rolle added !& lead ng C'. C
Sweating ITii to a 75-8
victory .'er A. I \Adderley

(;1uatd 1)ereck Voet was the
on)It t rt t to Sweeting's
victor sco 'iin ,i galime high ot
24 potni.s Len'i Ihom pSon
added i 4
Skin' a 10 0 I tirst. quarter
lead. Sweetig Iligh behind the
Uhootiim of ( "rti siiht m1ove'd

s,<,ini A. s I \iddte e\ 1-14
in the seun t a' lt imatiet
lDanniy Stils't" and lPrirck
V.,t d Wide ,.de, w t' Swe'tii:g's


Jeffery Collie (30) of St. Augustine's College battles for
this rebound against Government High's Jeff Davis.
offence in the third quarter as behind the plag,, ,
they moved ahead 55-43 Davis and Rc .ie ,.
before Rolle in a 10 point eated [ ,-,,,
fourth quarter put the icing on ,I erda ,
the victor ais scored , ,
.\,lI INAS Collee Aces high of 2' ii the lirst uirten


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