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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: January 11, 1974
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Registered wnh Postmaster of Baham. for postage conceMons within the Bahama. Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper ...

VOL. LXX1, No. 40 Friday January 11, 1974 Price: 15 Cents


POLICE PROBE BABY'S DEATH


By MIKE LOTHIAN

FRI-PORT POLICE are investigating
two apparent murders this week, one
involving the suspected drowning death
oft a 17 month baby boy last night.
Despite certain similarities, police
believe the deaths are not connected.
fhe identity ot the dead baby was
withheld. as hisi parents were not on Grand
BPhama and had not yet been notified.
A spokesman said police were alerted
after a man armed with a knife began
shouting wild threats outside the Ashton
Apartments at Queen's Cove at about 8
piTi last night.


After banging on one apartment door
he went to another occupied at the time
by Cynthia Noyan, 21 and three children
aged four years, 17 months and 15
months. The oldest and youngest were
her own,. while she was taking care of the
17 month-old boy in the absence of his
parents.
SCREAMING

When police arrived on the scene they
found the young woman in the yard
screaming that the man had taken two of
the children.
As it turned out. one of the children
had apparently been abandoned by the


Merchants






named in


GBC


deal


P1 l Bi I-conirmed oi a' informed -ource tod.iva thit
.. : i' A l h A'. iCh t -i
009 .=. '," ; i oliiawcs C. -ipnf 's Tl"5cie !iiQ tr
i I' "- \ M iiiiimr.S Senator Sidne f ( .iull and (.- ..

+ ; * .' ~-\ .. ',++;",+=nt t';1 !. ani ;,- '! ii.C-"? i.ou t n! t
Sr ;:t Carroll is . ;ic s 'iw d and M1r. Ntu nin.gs
. I McK! in',::'., c'uli. 'J lot be reached
k- p-i,: ,r pui d-hed a story Ire";. ti j january ?i issue of the
-i '- iw h a Mail which revealed that Security Capital
( :': ., d i 1 < i rointo. rarenti compnit.iy of (;BC, was in the
I I. the company to a. rouip ofl t' .iH i'n It
-j' ."- Ta i Ci-ness1i eiiL for i7 niin 0
i *. "- I 1 t u .!. ., -tIe
Sino.:tes t'arr i te arryi per cent interest
',rnAn iP. -- Blanc an associate of financier Rtobert L.
.. iii. S i, ('apita Cororn ration itrough his tirm
S .:;r',"in (',rporttiii l airfhorn purchased cf I-is Oakes Ltd in
Q .-t---;l.i 1- 2 andi i, '. gained contlil o l Butler's Bank.
* lh i l :i c t; lic ,. w, ) : :,'i- Interest in Scurity Capital.
S 'irt q apt.l in turn holds thie r irolling interest 8b per
in1 (i c.erai Bahariiauan C'oripanies.
\ -;c : to shareholders troi` i Security Capital president WV I
lines said that the investment in general Bahamiani had nwt
ir.- fd c -l a- -tini '! in \estiNc le t since the shares were ac'larh edd
: Q.i'. 'i u. antid there was no likelihood of dididciid
!H-, :( eii;' d. C waulid n the near ttm -'
!- i h. S- i;-i !> t ( plial i lmnded to use the m'on' it th '
1 %. P.at <.1 Z 6 cdh Stto 11 ,Mi nal ment S ,\ It the 'nd


RUMOUR

SPARKS

GAS RUSH
\NO) I 1ft R A\V ot,,
"'I. :c l i -i' ut CI ar owners
his a:te i a- they rushed
ll Qth; raJ. tanks- before a
rc portcd -.sh.tdown by

-\ spi min tor tIhet
P e r c i ii 1) e a lc rs
A'--.C. latio 1 howi vcr has
-Jerned amn plilais to close,
atlitg inulditid dual stations
ha'e app ireitls Indicated
they will hi so
-rltacti d iat abu t p.i
.\':-. L ia i secretary Algic
D)ar ille sId "It s inst a
S i a.lr !t t wa not pllt out
hI thIe Association or any oft
s-; oi 'i as tara as ifthe
A i.o aiS ,' i I O cic =irned.
Mi Da" ie said lite run on
gas'li ic at his Shell Station
on 'A\ litl road started at
about 1 45 p in. lie said that
at atoiit .' 3,0 p.m. a
qpokeCsnan tor the Deputy
MWri;r Minister's office
Ionia led hiln by telephone
|0 h. i-k i)n reports received
by \h ridlig that that the gas
pump ..ild be locked this
afttrnioon as they were last

'Mi Daic ik assured the
go* [r;m iiin t repri tentative
that thie Asso.nation inemnbers
had no plains tI close
Drivers however were
taking no winces. Stations
throughout Ith- island were
experiencing long queues, as
motorists waited to fill up.






WINE RACKS



(NASSAU. FREEPORT


S c c ir' C ipita
s.harehtildmitrs will icet Jariluars
s fto apiproVe thie sale
R p I, rincIlt n c i tfic ll1 moar it I
rid S Itrtii. CaapCital of "-a
l iitdctii'-kinc aic d io tnrst rict lig
debt 1ir BI.rnes said inl hi-,
letter
i I n at q irng ci
Bi -lallii rig co (--pa .y the
Bahalman s uiiaIaor 0'iilNritera t

and M Kin n\ w\ili gai co ( t.i
oit (;dC's six, atiliha'es Burn |-
lIouse Ltd. ws ich includes tf
profitable Ilahaimas Blendcri
Sid: Am i erica it Brit ish
Sanadia.In Motots I td.x whith
has tile francrlise for -Fords.
I o t a s anid Fo iats
Cole IThonlmpson Pharnia is-
l.td. National Data Processinig
Services Ltd.. Gt.oup Services
l td. and Leisie I ii e I.td.
operator ot the iinauicialt'.
troubled SoneIta Beach Ilotel
(;t1( is a 45 per I ,CtI
shlarehou'lder in l.iXsiie I irnei
Another 20 per cent is held 1"
Overseas National Airways.
which announced in March last
year it was writing oft itts
S1.75 million investment and
had no intention ot "nMaiMg
further insestimentr t" c- iC ,'
operating losses or to ineeCl
ieeds tor additio1ial tina ii Ing
The remaining 35 per ceit
(sf the shares in Leisuire litle
are held by S-inesta
International Hotels, hichli has
also indicated it does not
intend anl further involvement
in the operation of the
Sonesta.
In the latter part of last year
GBC's former chairman and
president David A Johnson
revealed in the company s
1973 report that General
Bahamian had decided to write
off its original $5 million
investment in the Sonesta
Hotel because with its present
capital structure, it was "most
unlikely" the hotel could be
profitable in the "foreseeable
future."
Mr. Johnson told
shareholders at the annual
general meeting in October
that Sonesta International had
wanted to put the hotel into
Page 12 Col 3


man, unhurt, in the vard Thc womann had
a knife5wound on her face.
Minutes later the abductor was, found
standing waist deep in the water of a
nearby canal The baby. already
apparently dead, was floiatir, i the
water.
Still holding the knife the man, a
Bahamian in his late twenties, shouted
out what he would to to anyone who
tried to capture him.
Meanwhile, a number of ieighbours
had gathered. one with a shotgun. A
police officer borrowed the shotgun and
fired. iniuring the man .i, hli', in his
knife hand, forcing nim 'o diop tihc knife.
SHe tried to make his
getaway by simmering buti
two poicemtni o jumped into
the canal :i I ort,. k him
The mnan is in custody and
is expected t- far cihlirge ini
Freeport's Mag tr:te'. Court
early next wv-ek
Pol ; .am 2 ,"is n. Wluting
the discover r f1 a3 h iJv
Tuesday at liihtii ''ie. Rock
Police i-ltiit e- thc ,!eiSO
ni a n a s I d i s o 1
Bartlett. 53. who liied ahne
at Eight Mile 'Rck fI hadi
init been seen fir seitr ial
days, and is belie-d 1 *-,, -,
been dead for somn- licm
before his bf-dy was ii,!rrd
Death resulted froin 1 !t -
wounds on the ne-ed- i i
fractured skull, police sail
"As far as we ar-e iar h,
two incidents- c. t. 1 i
police spokcsmainr. r d I h1
Tribune.


NYC joins call


on age



of majority

fill 'I \iM .N lOi I) Natinoal Youth Cong
added I it- vi h!i t o demands by other youth orga
r' Luict i, T; i tlf C ai. It iaiitMitV iroI'l 21 years to 1
Ti 'it it' :tt iis l\e of m, ost of the niaior


A ind t -
197 B.,1
Ibh (


iess this week
anisations tor a
8.
voutlh bodies.


i.phr! int r, ratp Deputy Prine Minister Arthur I).
.i i i ri : I : r action sent to him last year.
I .t rii i!! ;it. \ i)\etlopment programine ltor the

". 1 ( ;! i1 tihe 'i ( w iich was ,i1; launched


Jiii: -. i *- 'A d le.i!a t


A coffin goes to court

^jmm ar" .ae'a


A, MORTICIAN. jointly
charged with a real estate
salesmian of iminorting
marijuana in a .il lii, hadt
their rial put oft until
Febriar i vS hen they
appeared in court this
morning
The cast originally
scheduled for hearing this
morning, saw a large crowd of
spectators iti the court drawn
by a v ood grained Formica
coffin made in Jamaica.
Bahamas Funeral IHome
mortician, the Rev. Carl
Rahming, 30, of Lyon Road
and Buster Colebrooke, 29.
are maintaining not guilty
p leas The iimen are
represented by attorneys
Henry Bostick and David
Bethell
Magistrate Osadebay this
morning refused a further
application for bail made on
Colebrooke's behalf by Mr.
Bethell after police objected
on grounds that one of their
wit ness s nha d bee n
threaiened.l


Pindling

PRIMI MINISH R Lynden
Pindling's attempt to associate.
the current crime wave with
election campaign violence "'is
a gross iisrepresentationt of
the true Situation which exists
in the ,-ntrt today," Free
National Movement candidate
Arthur -I oulkes today asserted
In an exclusive interview
with Ihc Miami Herald the
Prime Minister blamed the
1972 general election campaign
for the rising crime rate in the
country
lie said there was "vert
strong evidence" that this
violence was associated wAit
the Opposition at the time-
"[hile violence in the last
general election is a most
regrettable lact of history but
it is just not true to say that
'. it i .i. .c-:cc started ii:.t


TWO CHARGED WITH

IMPORTING M MARIJUANA


Arr'-s d nil D[eeLpi rrif bt
bh C uminal InI esti at'il,
DepIlnmIni'eint illIcCt i- I !
then home. the men appejrie
in court last Thursday s h' ui
NMr Bethell had intorune- th-
magistrate of his intention i '
make application for bail
The prosecution had
objected tI (C olebrioke'-
release becau-iii he hi
skipped hbail in a previous as
before Fngli-h inaAst :il
John Iaile'. It took thl"
police thier ears to find
(C'lebtromke, Court Pr'iseciiuto
Okell C(irtwrmht hadi said
then.
HIs c.iit'd a pu .-ecdtil iii
witness. Kendall '. aprtnw
the witinie-s b tis. this m! lnin i
to testith thil nih hoad been
threatened "on ss ral
o c c a s ions" by t -
Unlidr i ..l ,-.1 umene


wrong -J

tiicen.' Mr. I ou!ki -s i. I '
today.
fhie new, s\'.ipe files o:
lar sre,. iral S ,i u we5re I !a "
report's ,, violer'- c p ipelr i' !
bi PL.P upIporte-ts ag.ti "n
othei politial gro, -p h
po-ILed outit
"The Ptirime Minist.er h.i
ionce again, tried to Ian thI '
blame for the failure -. Ills
government on somenonte else,
the Opposition member
charged.
Mr. F'oulkes, who is standiu c
for St. Barnabas, said Mr.
Pinlring himself had admitted
in the Hnouise just recently that
the hnita! daylight attack ,on
MeIbers ot Parliament at
Lewis Yard in 1970 was carried
out b', friends ot his,
"H'e has yet to condemn
thl ; i ; ..'1 i :t d ir: a', the-


-"hev told iw that if I
Siould appear in cotu ii and
-iV : thniir'g against B siier
i at they'd do nme like the
allow out at Perpafll Triact
I ipron said
(in another occasion, he
'iaI toi run into a vard aftem
hi- vas approached bi two
imen who i ivn threatened
hnm ro keep his nouith shut if
l' knew aniihinig a'.ut the

Hei old tfic rouirt ttlil fhe is
i t to death aboiiiu the
htt .ilts. i';, . ,, =! Ir te
h" 'er tod if 'he witness
thie sa no nied toi bh
fcar ll and assured himn of
idcuttiate police protection.
I ilder such circumstances,
he sAid, bail would not be
iall.,, id Cole hrooke
Rahming is presently
released on $3,000 bail '-ith
one surety


Foulkes

th i, s d \ tl;.it he wais
pr-il the attiacker- pleaded,
Im and pa-id '.Irer penailt ,
win iwas. a light fine i n ach
xi l him t 'sei;'ej
TM I oulkcs said the lral
ras-Ins lor the in, reach 1in
eri:t' was the "dep-e'-sd sttale
oI t I e c C l i o in y ,
unI ti'ploysnent and a general
dectc oration of standards
tnder the nmismanagement of
the PLP'. "( niibiiliig to the
lawlessness which is growing
an'oiig some of our young
people is PLP corruption and
official favouritisinm towards
some high-ranking PLP
members and their families,"
he added
"Certain of these people
have been granted absolute
discharges h 1r ,I cii.n s merely
-.:ca.iuse O thei' r s -t:it ; I


: I the Stephein DiIlet PrimarT
"'Members expressed the
Weeid for legislativ- changes to
S-ct-e with developng social
I-d coot'rioc ll, ronditions of

The de of TmaIori '.I roii 21

lThe National Yo'i utht
Congrei, hearing in nind that
Bahamian youth at the age of
18 can be considered mature
and responsible, are quite able
to properly conduct their own
affairs, are considered capable
'It electrnq a -..-.. I'iNs
eoetnnieinti and that the
c oC '-oinic and social
dc-i -,pnielts s, er' t he past tiin
yes c u list i he demand, take
tp 'he plea Il tile y'lutln oi this
counitrt bys once more calling
tor the age of majority to be
reducd.
"l he bod, also urged the
iounig people of this country
to continue to unite into a
cohesive torcc, aiways willing
to srt L to reasonablCe lmeaIns
il .i ci ine then goal. the
I i ac -sad.
lc a r1.c adde.td that the
c:i .i' l c until, while
Its, lIis1rg the tcah ritivrt issue.
r illed I,,, in miid-l972 the
I.ihalrlas -Federation Youth
i tl 'i tprCesented l)Deput Prime
Mirisler A.D. lIanna, then
\Mi.ister oi flint "fairs, with
,i p-lih'' calling for nicesisIar
Sto be taker, Io bnrig
a'. tit the redLuctlio l ot
I- i ,.:;t aige
ie MInister, known to
S. d the petition. has
ni 'e m rdr a reply t) the
p is iiadc 1b a large
,IF ,,-,ection of Bahaniata
o th i Nassair and tile Tamii\
-i r ifs.
I ilthc!r, t was noted. Mri
l';ip Smuitth, who for a shorr
tii,: c represented Nortlih Iong
l Ij; d ln the Ilouse befstre
-ci hy an I lec-tl'o'
+". 1 'ro tced a resol tiii
'Ik l ,H ivs.' allinr fte a iseli
S: :t.1 =e to c1a 'n1idcr
Ciuc i i h: aige otf ajorit,.
SI ie rtsolution wa
I onid supon b sio-called
-'ns ,catites in the House. lhe
,:-s i!iti.s" was destined to die a
l.IO and quiet death No other
member has mentioned th-
rsolt in oi r adopted it
i'lt ov in g M r Sinith's
departtue tioin the House."
I he NYC said it was
Iironinc that kovernmnient
"- 'itiLuCes to turn a deaf ear"
nil deuiands for reducing the
age of naioiitsy, but was quite
willing to reduce the v,,ting age
t I IS.
Fhe release went on,
Recently, the Deputy Prime
Minister, now also Minister of
Finance. exercised his veto
power once more to show his
disrespect for the young people
of the Bahamas by discontinuing
support of the Community
Development Prcgramme.
without giving reasonable
explanation.
"Such action is hardly
reconcilable with the stand
taken by Mr. Hanna at the
1971 BFY convention. Among
the youth, he defended their
rights and privileges. He stood
then as the most radical
supporter of the young
people."


LONDON The Bahamas
and, of course, boats were the
main theme of the 1974
London Boat Show at Earls
Court
This picture shows the
main Bahamas headquarters
for the show reflected in the
huge Earls Court pool.
It resembles a combination
of Nassau Yacht Haven and
Government House, and the
Bahamian architectural theme
was carried throughout the
show,
Stretching out into the
pool was a kidney shaped pier
on which Bahamian
entertainer Peanuts Taylors
and the Funky Fee City Four
entertained visitors four
times daily.
Right-: Mr Anthony
Barber, Britain's Chancellor
of the Exchequer, shows a
keen interest in the Bahamian
boat being completed by
Norris Rolie during the show.


Teachers'


union


slams Ministry


inefficiency'


i HI-: "MONt MiNTA 1f
I'., 1 !' II \N 5 ot1 theI-
M inisti% ot ;,i'l ;Itiii .;:- J tit-,
lit c U.t r1ti iiiMtP! i t I r
I p diacI s oI 1'niSF
Personnel and The Pubhii,
Ser ice o oIiio'i t arc
treatIiiig si-en.rc tCdi jl1-'-i
problenIs i til- ti h iir '. i
Ba hamias T, Ieac he" .n
charged today
The ion. h!. '' h.i-

t hi i O. s. l : '
Minftr- ., u-t i -, I .i:' .
t ac'd hCr it i cr 1 >,.a i '-i.] \ ;!
part dICue '.1 1 ",lhii fi c-t.j
ineflicite .- s tli- -xitt-s ; ih!
Mim:stry
r!c \h.lisi -e being
ts!tis-ratd I the "b rr. eatcraiLt
luh ihlt IIi b s-i t ,et ti t,
r .'tuiae I 'I tubih, 'Sc5ic1:
Pair- c i il
C.-is icc o .' 'n/ '


I app t C il'l .
tb1 -ci Is I s'.' s .s itf' ii' -

O p i iiit 'nthis t t:i sti i :.

L1ianed
A case in pfint -a
the ecruit:nent .4 tca.hc's out
i thl e lnted in 1 '
\ C5.! < t t






hi.; c ii c wuI it- c i plt=iis itm
tea Icrb s it r ced.i- bin -t ,I







needs to ,+ lt e !>:irt:-n nt ,,
Pubh. Personnel an hc 1
Se icc (t *i-nisin s, n f i .,it the
end i !, ;

t h 'e -ini 1i it u ,d..is i ood
that it took two months, froit
March to May for D.PP.
P.S.C and eIventuall the

Cabinet to approve the staff
lists and o -, t scnt l. theI

in the ngish papers until May

and onl_ a few people applied.
)il11 RI s((;
"The union hopes that the
thaMinist ookf 'dution, thf
Department of P ubli
CabiPersonnel, t to the Public Service
Coist isson and the Cabinet
wiln aut more e\persdilitiu this
year in order to get the

teachers needed for the
children in the schools,"

today's union statement said.
Even more distressing, it
declared, "is the fact that
between the Department of
Public Personnel, the Public
Service Commission and the
Service Commission and the


aii!to tkhre is a definite
atllnpt to -reate two classes
. 1! c1i-.n. -Ind two classes of

-I h.- union believed that
when non-Bahannmians were
.1 I '. I hip that this
nmean .nhait all Baharnians were
:en1ieid to equal opportunities
under the law. Apparently this
nS s, nce 'ahainians' are
i. ll 7 i's in the
S: ; while no
,': ..i i gi. n for the
- i'ip :) rent. it is
Jlrt, lItct that the reason is
c~a:~!h 'lie person was not an
1lidi'.- Ois, BaLhanmian.'"
I)1SCRIMINATION
As-erted the union:
ht ) hvil --usl non-indigenous
Bia-a;r! ;ire a distant
ind" )Dh epolning this
',i, i i L' ; I rt ph ii ,ett1." the
n -r .di it hoped all
t. l: ie"- \-or!01 similarly
: ; ; i kin d i ction
1 r, rsilt of this
S s i i i i ;i t i on o f
n- d!ge:,n!' M Bahanians
i n h t t *:in chiols are
S thie '-lies they need
nu Lc sn'.e 1 the persons
r', ct-nr ended for cinployment
"*. ihC \li~~(Itrs of I.ducation
S, I; n 1 i d i g f noIus

isi :'- d Nplo1ats eI. it
l ,nt n 1 as r the
m rin ciii .i .itfo regard to
It' ria,!!r'ir in X\hlivh teachers
k-;,- ii:tirtlc-f ci.ntriacts when
thvey we.-nr employed.
"'It should bi. understood
Sliat the adofantace to the
teachr :it 1cinue on contract is
that at the end of his contract
eid h-ie is paid 15 per cent of
his sa)y, passage paid at the
and end of contract
and Ihi-icl .co iinmodation on
artiva for a li mited period."
jIht officer on temporary
toie i, hi;wsescr, gets only his
sltaryv whNich is the same as the
contract otlicer, and possibly
fares hone at tthe end of his
pei-od of employment, the
union pointed out.
"It would seem from the
above that it would be
advantageous for all teachers to
be on contract, while
government will naturally try
to have as many officers on
temporary terms as it is able to
employ on these terms.


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Friday January 11, 1974


~hr ~rtbuut


THE IRISH Republic's
Attorney General is to take
the country's family planning
association to court for
allegedly violating laws
banning the advertising and
sale of contraceptives.
The decision to prosecute
comes after the Republic's
Supreme Court upheld the
right of a private citizen to
bring contraceptives into
Ireland, which is 95 per cent
Roman Catholic. The sale of
contraceptives is illegal in
Ireland as are publicity and
advertising for them.

THE FEDERAL grand jury
in Cleveland probing the
1970 Kent State University
shootings called as a witness
today a student paralyzed
from the waist down by his
wounds in the incident.
Dean Kahler, 23, a junior
at Kent State, was among the
nine students wounded when
Ohio National Guard troops
clashed with students
protesting US military
involvement in Cambodia.

FOREIGN ships will not
be allowed to refuel in
Brazilian ports unless an
agreement is previously
signed, it was reported in Rio
de Janeiro.
The decision was made in a
closed-door meeting of the
national interministerial fuel
committee and was explained
as an act of "reciprocity."

CHILDREN attending a
new year's show in the
Armenian capital of Yerevan
didn't see the expected cute
animals or sing merry songs.
They saw instead a big
reproduction of a soccer
player's foot and chanted
praises of the Yerevan soccer
team, Ararat. Kommunist,
organ of the Communist
Party of the Armenian
Republic, took a dim view of
what it called the "unlimited
exaltation" of the soccer
team during traditional new
year's programmes for
children at the Armenian
State Philharmonic Hall in
Yerevan.

A BOMB in a car exploded
outside British Army
headquarters in Londonderry
today, further evidence that
Britain's programme for
peace in Northern Ireland is
in trouble.


LON DON So lho's
shivering strippers st ripped
gamely again today, brainig
goosepimples in I olndon's
power crisis.
"'(lerrem n rt is the
traditional cir oi the CockiLe\
strip club tan, and gerreni ol tis
what they do, 20 times a datL
in sidestreet cellars of the Sollho
entertainment district.
Business is bad. The lights
on the canopies are blacked
out on government orders.


Clients are tew. ini tlhe
evenings espc.iall .
"We're really working lot
our tone. at the noient,"
said 27-year-old Candice Kelly,
a buxooi pI1cr Fri'iet tioini
Jamaica.
'"I here arc 25 girls t the
club here and I don't think
anyone has escaped thce thin 0 a
bad cold."
"Somle C t us.'" slhe added
creakils "ari e ei g tlittng a
touch of rhelu,iti'm."


Chorus girls in the more
playing to houses heated to a
axitinum of 63F.
I lie government's energy
crisis rules put that limit on the
heating of theatres and strip
points, which are mostly small
clubs about the size of an
average family room. They can
use power for stage lights, but
Must dim other lighting.
The girls in Orpheus in the
(underworld at Sadlers Wells
opera, wear only slightly more


Shooting breaks out


CAIRO ) gyptian and
Israeli forces traded artille! ,
mortar anld nachie-g u il te
for tour hours todi'u south o)f
Suet city and e\c'\. ti'e'd lire
"throughout the Suet/ cilyt
area" for about 45 minutes ait
s nslet a ni tcd c Nation
spokesI n.i mI o i ll m Cr d.
Ihe report w as issued c is
Secretary ot State llen'i
Kissiniger c, a, retullin rIe i
Il->pt fir the thIrd time si nc'
the O( I.tcer war in hot pes i t
tindtiIg a c wi\ c o't sc'eparatinig tlhi
t aprsi i .i rnies.
I hue lr.ielt oii in Il


as Kissinger



flies back


repoited t esterdl.c l e]liain
giun irc killed ,in l-;t !i h ,,ldier

wi iitndcd tinI t1he Sc '. ti r'
d u in g a I c' c il t-h ' i l
b.i tilc .
I ie l .N. N cm t,.,pIC t.. ,rcc
all IoT kllnc d ;t 1 I I.'l i n i 4
ceadsc'tiri' ,i'it ii ls ah.1 thie


SKYLAB TRIO NEAR


SPACE RECORD


HlOUS ION Sk>lliah 3
astronauts todac began their
ninth week ln o rbtI
approaching a space" indur.i '
record.
They got a grecn light to
become history' s longest space
travellers when ol-iciais sail
they were "go" for at least
seven more days.
The officials see n reason
whi the astrona.its cL,in'
complete the tril. 84 -dai
nlission. but for the last lour
weeks the, want t mlak
go-aht'ad de'cisions ,i ,',eek at .

rthe first was made >'sterdaN
,ifter key NASA otficlals
reviewed medical data oi, the
crew and the condition ot the
sk. lab station.
The as t nautts "'are in good
spirits and excellent physical
condition and the spacecraft is
in good shape to continuee"
said Skylab programme
director William Schneider.
Skylab 3 originally was to
have lasted 56 da >s. but after
the success of the second Ilight
it was changed
I light director Phil Shatter
reported the space station is ini
'a 'e! sta.ble condition All
s steis are r d ing ust line "


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DUE U.S.A. ADOPTION OF
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BaHMam5sani
Reservations Nassau Telephone 7-8511
Freeport Telephone 352-8341


lIe said there is plenli ot
food. tuel. oxgen. water and
other consl'umlIt's aboai d
ilhe o1nli', on c ,i
gyroscope which has
performed erratically since
early in the mission The devicec
helps control thle position oi
the craft.
One of three gyroscopes hias
failed. and if a second w -c lost
the mission insight ha.i' to tbe
cut short a tew day s and !in'
experiments curtailed IhK
station has backup gas c'ni tri I
which could keep thi' ili
steald\ or about 2h da> -
I lhe astronaut,,s took a Ida,
oi frcI om orbital chores.
I yesterday. but today thiv had
a tull schedule of earth
resources, medical and solar
strongn il)y experiments (I ,A 1

Energy blamed

for jobless
I II l.LABOL R I)epartiiient
in Washington today blamed
the energy crisis for the loss' of
about 100.000 obs last month
Some enlplo ers laid oft
,oikcis in .alti'lpation oi lucl
shoitages
In a supplement tu ito s
w!i] iIlhI) clplo melt repoti t.
h c epa rt lle 'lt said
"1 in pl i ncilt reduct ion
c inedt in sL eve ral specific
industliesi which appear to hbe
duc to ictiual or anti, ipatced
s tiess of gasoline ( AP)


Professor Pele
Si )( '1 I R s.r 'c'lc hias
L',tduli 'd trom the physical
,cjt .iai no sc'h ol mn his
ItI ctiw n SantI 's c ilti theC
l.wk A prntcfsswr
Pl'h s ld li he V. itld like to
c.i c s,).cr to children when
hc l' iteics !tiom protlcssional
S' c \I l\ '


tense Sue C/ anal tront onf
Wednesday.
Meanwhile in Cairo it was
indicated that President Anwar
Sadalt \ill reject the Israeli plan
Sisinlger is reported bringing
for thle disengagement of Israeli
and I gyptian forces on the
Suet/ f ront.
Mohaniiied lassanein Heikal.
editor of tilhe semiofficial
newspaper A\ Ahrain, said the
proposal was designed to.
Weaken Fe nI' t
self confidence by making it
appear that she accepted a
partial solution presented to
her before the October war.
Cicate a breach in Arab
units ... for what would Syria
ald thlie Palestinians say it
I gypt accepted a partial
,solution '
Sow discord between the
Arabs and the Soviet Union by
laying thle Arabs turn to anll
\ ierican solution after
iightl g iii, ith Soviet weapons.
oItally isolate Igypt so
thltl it would tumble and,
li king its wounds, beg for

AccoLding to Israeli press
reports, the proposal calls for
Israeli forces to withdraw to a
line abont 18T iles east of the
Sue/ (Canal. ( API)

3-day week

kills wedding
LEEDS Sonia Kirk
believes Prime Minister
Edward Heath wrecked
her formal wedding and
has written telling him so.
The 1 9-year-old
machinist in the Yorkshire
industrial town of
Athersley was to have
married Dennis Watson in
a church ceremony today.
But then found
themselves victims of the
government -imposed
three-day week to
conserve fuel in the face of
a miners' work slow down.
They just could not
afford the $1,200
necessary for the wedding
after Sonia's wages were
cut from $67.20 to $28.
"So I wrote to Mr.
Heath telling him plainly
that his three-day week
has cost us our wedding,"
said a furious Sonia.
A IDowning Street aide
of Heath said: "We cannot
comment because we have
not received Sonia's
letter." (AP)


SEXTUPLETS FOR MUM
(.API- IO 1 N A 25-year-old woman today gave birth
to sextuplets after a full nine months of pregnancy, and
doctors gave the three boys and three girls a good chance of
survival
The babies born to Susan Rosenkowit/ at Mowbray
Maternity Hospital were delivered by caesarian section.
Mrs. Rosenkowitz husband is a local businessman. They
hase two other children.
The babies were reported lying "like sardines" with 12
perfectly formed arms and legs clearly visible.
The last four were delivered at half-mlinute intervals a
boy, a girl. a boy and finally a girl. (AP')



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than a Soho stripper.
"But none of them
complains," said an opera
spokesman.
"They get warmed up on
stage and when the theatre is
full of bodies they get quite
comfortable".
Over at the iEmpire Pool,
Cinderella on Ice has a heating
problem in reverse. A generator
is kept on standby to prevent
the ice from melting in case of
power cuts. (AP).


Ghana wants

stool back

IT 11I 1 IAN \ government
has asked Britain to return a
priceless golden stool taken
when the British invaded the
ancient African kingdom of
Ashanti a century ago.
The Government is also
taking steps to recover from
Britain other treasures "stolen,
smuggled or otherwise taken
out of the country during
British rule."
The removal of the stool
part of the Ashanti royal
regalia in I? w' cil! be
commemorated on Feb. 14 in
Kumasi, the capital of Ashanti,
169 miles north of Accra.


NEW YORK Millionaire
actor Marion Brando
(pictured) was quite certainly
the highest paid performer of
1973 and didn't do half badly
in 1972 either, the show
business publication Variety
reported today.
In addition, Brando has
been named best actor of
1973 by twe influential
groups of film critics, giving
him a lead for another
Hollywood oscar, whether he
accepts it or not.
Variety estimated that
Brando, whose 50th birthday
is in April, will make three
million dollars from his seven
percent interest on the gross
deal on "The Last Tango In
Paris," for which he was
nominated best actor.
That comes atop an
estimated $ 1.6 million net
Brando received for his
participation in 1972's
"Godfather," for which he
won an oscar that he refused
to accept.


Freak storms


wreck homes


LONDON Freak storms
swept Britain today, leasing a
trail of damaged homes and
blocked roads.
At one village Malltraeth
in Wales police reported 80
per cent of houses had been
damaged. Roofs were torn off.
chimneys blown down and
windows shattered.
The story was similar in
many parts of the country. l'hc
Automobile Association
warned drivers to watch out
for fallen trees and power lines.
Barnstaple, in North Devon,
reported its worst flooding in
25 years with abnormally high
tides whipped over sea walls by
westerly gales.
Scores of houses were
swamped and an industrial
estate flooded.


In Ireland, heavy rain and
high tides flooded thie centre of
Cork. the republic's second
city. Gales disrupted ferry
services and stopped all fishing
around thie coast.
Along Britain's east coast,
special watch was kept tor anss
sign of a tide surge like that
which blioke sea walls in
January 1953 and drow 5nedc
more than 300 people,
This is a period of
cxceptiomialll high tides.
I experts say that on five das
this sear today. I' ,bruary 9v
July 22, August 20 and
September 19 the moon and
sun will be pulling the oceans
in the same direction, and the
mooni will be closer to the
carth than usual, affecting the
tides even m iie. (APl'


JAIL FOR

PAINTER

WHO KILLED

LOVER'S

WIFE


PARIS An Austrian
painter who beat her lover's
death with a hanuner and
strangled their s,'. Ii.ur ol1d
child in T 170 was sentenced to
15 years in prison hic a juir
here yesterday.
During the weeklong trial
thie defesdant,s raudi
Millbachecnion. refused to
discuss the charges against tier
saying she had lost her
recollect ion.
She was accused of having
killed a C/ech horn sculptor.
Edith Borger. who was thie wife
of Robert Laurent, a.
Frenchman she met at LTCokl
des Beau< Arts in lNO
The court was told that
Traudi and Edithi were rivals
for Laurent. Although Iraiudi
and Laurent lived together.
Laurent's wife bore him a son.
Francois. in April l 1N7.
The prosecution said that
the birth exasperated I raiudic
and that the situation wacsl
made more tense by uai e nt's
love of his son.
After a partly at which
Laurent had drunk heavily
I'raudi took keys of lcditli's
apartment froin Ils pockets
and killed the mother and child
in the middle of the night, tli'
prosecutionl said.
She was said to hlae told tihe
police uninediatel. afterwards
that she was relieved by the act
and that she didn't care what
happened to h.er IAl'I


GOVERNMENT troops
broke a two-nmontho Khmer
Rouge blockade on the
supply route in Cambodia
after weeks of stifi fighting.
But before retreating the
insurgents cut deep trenches
into the roadbed, and
government engineers had tc
repair them before traffic
resumed.
Informed sources said the
convoys were escorted by
only a few soldiers and were
not attacked on the way.


Police squeeze the


tangerine runners


MOSCOW Soviet police
are putting thie squeeze on the
great Georgian tangerine caper.
Day and night. paying their
last measure of devotion to
free enterprise, fruit growers
on the Black Sea coast of
Georgia are trying to slip tons
of tangerines past police
checkpoints to the free
markets in the towns.
There, fruit-starved citizens
are willing to plunk down eight
times the price of the enforced
state market.
Pravda reported that
smugglers were using dump
trucks, buses or any other kind
of transport to get as much of
the crop as the\ can into the
free market
One pair of enterprising
drivers from Rostov hid
tangerines from the orchard
region of Gagra in barrels
marked "fish paste Thev h:ml
almost a ton and a half ot


contraband fruit when they
were caught.
Another four drivers were
found with more than seven
tons oft tangerines hidden
under a layer of gravel in their
dump trucks.
Pravda. the Soviet
Communist Party newspaper,
explained that the growers at
the collective farms want to
cut out thie middle mani in
this case the state.
They don't want to let tihe
fruit go at enforced state
prices, 40 kopeks for 2 2
pounds .or roughly 53 cents.
If the tangerines get to the
free markets int the towns, they
can be sold for 3 rubles for 2.2
pounds, or about S4 if it's
figured onul the official
exchange rate.
Pravada said that at one
police checkpoint near Gagra
police had confiscated 28.6
tons of contraband tangerines.


Ihe\ would be 'twortht the
equivalent of S I I 1,000
Pravda said illegal
Merchandising was soc
widespread that "it has almost
become the system."
T'e part\ organ said
"extreme nIeasuies" were
being applied


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President Ni\on. i ,..
foreign mIinisters ot ,I..
oil-consuining countnI I ri,'
Washington c ntliciietii. ;'
month. said th.'
shortage "thiceatens to \il
political andi eciil on',i t .i
that colold ca.lIe sevic' 5 .
irreparable dctlulaui' il ,
prosperity and stl,ibi!,I\ ,t ;i
world."
In thic letcl to
golerneiiiciilt oct si\ Itii,
countries plus JapJ.n .,:
Canada. Nixon used ,ii 5 ,
lang .iiagc. sa, in lit .
enerti i sitiuat ,l'i hlas pi' .
"all tlistlO Ic cro1 ,l'
w h ich l> i oll s "r.l. .
fundamentaI l clioic ithi
profoundly attecl tlhe ,tr l .
ol inter.i t liot nal 'po!!tt iil
sconoliillc lelalticn s l .'
remaindeI oC tis cenlt I
"+lI \ o ro.idu lie I,,.' lo .r .
thee letter said "\Ve l ,lt !';i
own 'I)aI dt.l a s. \ i
prospect ot pc:,t,0,
dlVIson. l le e1tos 'i ,l .;,

polit ical a id ,.I'
conlllict. or \ ce can ',a
S o llce l de v e I
enliglitenc'dit tinll
aoo p e tl ll n to tli le !Ix '! "
all mankind produi.cr .
co nsumellll r l co u llt "es al "
In his s IIeI lit lc h1t
letter to thli goverieniii'iht
Abu l)habi. *Algeria. I utd
;jbon. Ini donesia. Irman I'
Kuw ait. 1 il t ,1 Nige.ig ,, ,.!
Saudi Arabia aind V\'lcIcIc
Ni\on said
'R e c e n t tl c \ el o t p m nc :; l ; *
enl p ,lisi/a ed the
im1 lportanllc t elIt c 't' I '
prosperlt ond st.ib'ili *;
I 'tt" P" !i ', 1.i1 *^.' i 'lI,'I

S e \ crc disi ii tlllo:'
c vo ll toll ic aC t1V l t% 1 1, 1 ':
world IIio letal l o
w li e t i e r c a s"e il
insiltficienc1 of enlergi it,'p
O )r abrupt police ilt) cls O '
could prove disastrous
conisulmlers and producers a!

"Oil iilnportiug nation: .:
I luall ccIoncerlnedl ,
inecliaiisilis which' wll .i.. .
adequate supplies at rcaso::,1
prices Oil producing states.
tuilt, are concerned wi
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NULLIUS ADDICTS JURARE IN VERBA MAGISTMI
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
L-ON E. t. .DUPUICH, Publisher/Editor 1903- 1914
SIR ETIFNNE DUPUCH,O.B.E .,K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 191 7-1972
Contributing Editor 1972
EILtEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor 1972 -
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street. P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.



EDITORIAL


Hail to the navy!


By ErTII \M I-DUPUCll
I1 IS ALLI:GED that eight Cuban boats fished for grouper on
a reel a short distance from Long Island. It is alleged that they
fished lor eight days.
Miami's ('Channel lFour TV sent a team to the scene to interview
lhe crews of lhe boats. The TV station reported that the men
claimed thai the 'Cuban government told them they could fish
anm whlee.
77w Tribhu,n carried a picture of the Cubans on one of the
boats at Long Island and published two feature stories about the
presence of these boats
Tle govei rnment w as alerted early but the
government-controlled radio station ZNS remained silent. The
tour police boats remained tied up at their moorings at Bayshore
Marina.
Fiiall, tihiec police boats went to the scene and seized three of
the boats. Five had already left.
FiThle public is entitled to an explanation from government of
this strange behaviour of the Bahamas navy (?)
For ume the reason is clear ... the Bahamas fleet was afraid to
tackle eight Cuban boats ti,1 t might have been armed ... and so
they waited until news was received that the fishing fleet had
broken up.
Seems to me that the independent Bahamas is already missing
the strong arm of the Royal Navy.
Britain is noti lnge responsible tor the defense of our islands
So ... there you are. And, believe me folks, the worst is yet to
comeie

I heard a broadcast over ZNS this morning of speeches made at
campaign meetings last night by members of the government and
the Opposition F.N.M.
At his meeting Mr. Arthur Foulkes, I \%1 candidate for the St.
Barnahas vacancy, was applauded. Mr. Pindling's speech for the
government's candidate was received in cold silence.
I don't know whether this is any indication of the way the
winds are blowing.
The government is confident of retaining this seat but there
miay be undercurrents that no one can measure at this time.

Today I am starting the series of articles I wrote on the
business trip I made to IEngland and to the West Indies for a news
conference in September. I am now leaving on another long trip
that I will tell you about later.
Below is tie first installment of the London-West Indies trip.

London, November 14: The Bahamas is in trouble. All along
thile line tile mental at titude and the sense of values of our people
have been undermined by the propaganda of the government and
the poor example today's leaders illn the islands have set for their
followers.
Government leaders are now being caught on the rebound.
They are now lacing evils that are the product of their own
behaviour ... and they are unable to check the rot which will
ultimlatelv cause theii destruction and bring about confusion and
chaos among tlie people.
lodav everyone accepts the fact that the tiny nation is in
trouble. The "grass roots" know they are in trouble because jobs
are few, money grows smaller and smaller while taxes are being
steadily increased and the cost of everyday necessities continues
to get larger and larger.
Back of their heads somewhere the "grass roots" may recall
that they elected a government ... yes, a government of their own
poor people ... who promised them more jobs, more money, less
taxes, lower prices.
And now they look out on thie passing scene and they realize
that the poor men they put in office in the hope that they would
lead them to the proverbial pot of gold at the end of the rainbow,
have apparently found the pot and kept it all for themselves
because now they are no longer poor and their way of life is far
more pretentious than that of their former masters.
And members of the government are in trouble because they
realize that they have gained a position of unexpected affluence
for themselves tllhat light he snatched away from them on the
mere whim of an aroused people. They have grown to like the
feel of easv mtone\ ... they are stimunlated by a sense of power ...
and they now tremble in their boots as they see the tide of
human discontent daily rise higher and higher around the
fotiundatillons of their precious ivory lower.
1 he new insurgents will destroy themi and the Bahamian people
will sink still lower in the scale of economic security ... because
there is no onle who will be able to fill thlie vacuum that they have
created.
They are beginning to realize the fact that the tallest trees in
the forest have most reason to fear the thunder.


It is all very sad but simple too because, in the words of the
Bible ... whatever a mian sows that shall lie also reap. Sow a wind
and lie will reap a whirlwind.

There is no doubt about it, the hotel business in the islands is
in trouble. At a time when they are losing money they are
being hounded b, strikes and iumours of strikes.
Rising taxes and prices have sent the cost of living soaring ...
people need more money to meet this added burden on their
pocketbooks ... everywhere people are demanding more money
from their employers ... and their employers are struggling to
maintain standards in a steadily shrinking economy.
It's no use telling the people that hard times are haunting
business enterprises. Dl)idn't their Moses promise them the fat of
the land served on a golden platter ... and aren't their new leaders
themselves now living like millionaires?
What the people still don't realize is that they are not being led
by a Moses. Instead they have elected a body of Caesars and the
name of at least one of these men might well be Nero.

The people know that something serious is happening to them.
'they hate to admit that it is their own fault ... that it is the result
of allowing themselves to be aroused by men of straw into
following false racial and social doctrines.
They are trying to find someone on whom to pin the blame.
Their leaders too realize that, in order to preserve their "pot of
gold" and protect their own miserable skins, they would like to
find a scapegoat.
They have tried to make this newspaper the scapegoat. They
would like to make their people believe that all their trouble


springs from the uncomfortable truths that I write in this column.
At no time have they been able to prove that a single word that
I have written has been untrue ... but they shout and rave.., and
their efforts fail because God himself has promised that Hie will
not let truth fall to the ground. The truth is sacred and if you
have the courage to stick with it long enough ... in the end it shall
prevail.
This is God Almighty's promise to His children on earth and,
on the long stretch, we see His promises fulfilled for those who
accept and follow His pattern.


Oh Lordy me, how I do run on. This was to be a short
introduction to my subject. But it has spread out and now I must
brief up the material in my subject in order not to make this
article unnecessarily long.

Right here I will break off to tell you something funny.
A minute ago I left this article to get some notes out of a
pocket in a coat hanging in the locker.
I got the notes and came back to the table where I was writing.
My pen and paper were there waiting for me to carry on. But nmy
glasses were nowhere to be seen.
I looked all around. No glasses.
"Where are my glasses?", I said aloud, and immediately myv
wife joined me in the search. But they were nowhere to be found.
"You haven't moved from this spot," she said. "You didn't
even look around while you were writing. And so they must be
somewhere among your papers on the table."
But they were nowhere to be found.
"I'll bet you've been working without your glasses." my wife
finally suggested.
"There must be some explanation." I agreed, "because. sure as
hell, they are not on my nose and they are nowhere on this
table."
And so I went to the pocket of the coat I was wearing last
night ... and there they were!
It is positively amazing how my health has improved .. eyes,
body and mind ... since I have removed myself from the
depressing sight of life in Nassau today ... and the dark prospects
that lie ahead for a blind people.
Anyway ... I have reason to thank God for His goodness to me.
And I do thank Him with all my heart and all my seal and all nmy
mind.

Now let me tell you a few things... and I will give them to you,
brief and straight.
In an article in The Tribune on Monday, November 5th, Mr.
Trevelyn Cooper, executive director of the Bahamas Hotel
Association, listed the heavy losses sustained by the hotel
industry during the last three years. It is generally recognized that
the downturn in the nation's economy started in 1970, the year
when there was a definite awakening by the travelling public and
foreign investors to the new trends set for the Bahamian people
by the P.L.P. government.
We all know the person for the change in the character of the
tourist business in the islands ... even Tourism Minister Clement
Maynard recognized the fact that we had lost the patronage of
the monied tourists. He chose to describe this group as "quality
tourists". I have always thought that this was an inappropriate
appellation to be used by a leader who would like his followers to
believe that there is no difference in human beings. He will tell
them that but he no longer believes it himself because it is now
evident that he regards himself as something special ... above and
away from the unwashed masses.
Now Mr. Cooper comes forward with the suggestion that this
condition has come about as a result of a change in the travel
pattern. He points out that, with the introduction of the jumbo
jet to air travel, people can travel further for less money.
This is true. But get this straight. The kind of monied tourist
who had made real estate and hotel operations in the Bahamas
profitable and who had spent money freely in the islands ... are
not influenced by any consideration of the cost of travel.
Most of these people can afford to go anywhere they want ...
at any time they want ... and at any price. They finally settled on
the Bahamas because, after sampling the rest of the world, they
found Nassau the spot they liked most. The greatest
consideration of all was that they liked the people.
Now they find that the islands have lost their charm ... and so
they go elsewhere.
We are getting more and more of the day trippers who are in
and out. These people want nothing more than a taste of foreign
travel. And they leave taking back with them all they brought ...
which was exactly nothing.

The only hotels making money today are orI Paradise Island
where thie casinos are located. These hotels attract a gambling
crowd. These people bring money to the island ... and most of
them go back broke. But most of the money stays in the casinos.
Only a small percentage of it filters down into the town.
And now, get this straight. The new Mayor of Miami was
recently elected on a pledge that he will reopen gambling casinos
on Miami beach.
If ... and when ... this happens... bang goes the casino business
on Paradise Island and at Freeport where business has already
been crippled by the Prime Minister's "bend or break"
declaration.
The business men of Freeport did not bend to the will of the
P.M. because they felt that they had law on their side ... the\ had
faith in British law which is supposed to be sacred ... but even in
lav', its sacredness depends entirely on the people who make the
decisions. In this case British lw was not sacred. And so the
P.M. carried out his threat. He broke the back of this once
thriving community.
If the gambling now goes ... that will be the end ... especially.
for Freeport.


In a recent series of articles I recalled how the Bahamas
economy was developed and expanded by a few mien with
foresight and drive.
In one of my articles I pointed out that the yachting group had
the most money to spend ... and that they spent freely.
There is no finer place in the world for yachting than in the
waters of the Bahamas and so it is not surprising that the marinas
in Nassau and the Out Islands are always crowded with yachts of
many sizes and classes.
Even though Nassau itself may not be as seriously affected by
the fuel crisis as the U.S., it seems possible that the yachting
fraternity in the U.S. ... and certainly in places further afield ...
will not be able to get around as freely as they did in the past.
Already the fishing fleet is being tied up at the docks in Florida
because of limited fuel supplies. And so it seems unlikely that
fuel will be released for pleasure yachts.
Should this happen it will be another big blow for the
economy of the islands.

And finally, private flying. This mode of travel may disappear
completely because already U.S. authorities are tightening up on
fuel for scheduled flights by the major airlines.
And in England the major airlines have greatly reduced their
scheduled flights in an effort to conserve fuel consumption.
I will tell you an interesting bit about the airlines situation in
this column tomorrow.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
It may make a difference to all eternity whether we do right or
wrong today.
JAMES FREEMAN CLARKE


CHAOTIC ISLAND AIR SERVICE


EDITOR Ilhe I ribulc.
An opeB n le'' II to the rnanagr
of Bahaunasair \as-saui N '
Dear Sir:
In a recent letter to the
Tribune. deploring thIe low
standards and conditions ot
service provided hb d tin
airline. I stated that, at that
time, I trembled at the
thoughts of what wdas in stoIe
when svisiltors began arrl ,intt g int
numnbers-, later on
I have now to add. that tin
worst of m fecars were
confirmed bhy the breakdos n
of services b1 the airline it the
Island, as many Baihaimians are
able t attest hav, ing tasted the
delights ot oui! !lag carrier over
the recent holdais for
themnselv es
At this minoment (if writing g
whatever ondilions ex ist
elsewhere among the tarinrll
islands, there is just one word
that can adequately cover arld
detinc the situlatioi prevailing
at airports on Ileutheti
chaoii) I ihe nearr nIot ,
Gover:ii r's Iarbour ti tiwst
days ag-. is trcel\ a
culmniti utn of the tensicurl
that hiae been building to'e
recent months generated hb
the deteriorating services and
condiutwns that Bahaiasair is,
foisting upon a long suitering
p public
It appears toi mue. sir, lhat
there is no limit to \i ch
BahaimasaiiT maI noit tie
expected to go to create ian
image most inturious to till,
couinl trs in the eye s f visitor,
who are helpless to t )
.in. it -" about their plight
Specifically. I wish to)
inentio the uneriding tall', il
visitors ,who arrive at Nass,,,au
fromI the L' S. anld (Canada.
with conifirmied reserNations it
point,,s within the Bahamnas., lo
be told that no sit h
,Oilfirimations exist. I kInow
this because lmany or t llIer''
collme to this resort and thte
stories these tell ot encounters
at your front desk at Nassaui
Airport are sufficient and
adequate to drive Beel/etitI
and all his cohorts hack to thn
nether regions with I sull
throttle
I henhen shen it comes to
losing luggage, surely\ .
Bahamtasair must have CgIl\en
scholarships to achieve the
degree of expertise that


emianates trom this I warn you not to expect an


department People arrive
today and their luggage two or
three days later 1 he time
consumed in making telephone
calls to Nassau ito sax nothing
(d the buck-passing) to locate
this luggage and get it delivered
is sulticient to ttunmake more
saints than the church had
elevated in the past thousand
years
Add to this the
couldn't-care-less" attitude
that visitors have to endure and
you have a perfect picture of
Bahamnasair as the guest to the
Bahamas sees it This does not
even take into account the
flights that never arrive
without any explanation or
apology being oftered, the
crowded airports with fretting
visitors ft, :.L: because they
can't make connecting 'lights,
swearing thc\'11 never return to
thle Bahamas again
Mr. Manager, I write not as a
voce in the wilderness, Every
resort manager I know of who
hias an\ contact with
Bahamasair is telling the same,
sorrr tale happilyl. being
Tmostly non-Bahamians, their
mouths are -i v''.,'I with work
permits that are murdering the
Bahamas In their behalf and
ni own, I mean to speak out
at; long ,as tree speech continues
and when that is quenched I'll
have to find other methods of
co mun icating. have no
quarrel with you as an
individual hut I must persist in
pressing this issue because
everything I have is tied up
with tourism and Bahamasair is
threatening to tear it down.
In your organization there
are many undesirable qualities
that require weeding out.
lihere may be some dedicated
and conscientious people
seeking to stem the tide But
man, you have to be on the
outside looking in to see the
otihers and I've seen plenty
I hti price that Bahamasair is
exacting of Bahamian welfare
is too high and cannot be
permitted to go unchallenged. 1
am making this challenge and
shall continue to do so until
the situation improves.


improvement to wander in and
suddenly be there. You are up
against an attitude and a
philosophy that requires stern
measures and a firm hand. If
you are unable to provide
these, then it is my sincere
recommendation to you
that you get out while there is
still time As things are going
now, Bahamasair is going to
collapse and a scapegoat will be
needed. Being who you are.
y ou have all the necessary
qualifications ftor this post
It has been suggested that I
might be more constructive in
my criticisms of Bahamasair.


Why constructive criticism
should be necessary in the face
of the obvious utterly evades
me. To me, the remedy is
patent and simple: find out
who is shirking his-
responsibility (or simply
doesn't have the ability to
discharge it) and get someone
who can and will. Believe me,
sir, it is they or yourself who
will go in the end. And the end
is not for away.
It is my sincere hope that we
shall experience the
improvements we have heard
so much about for so long,
before long. A great number of
unwitting futures are helplessly
tied to Bahamasair.
ERROL SYMONETTE
Current Eleuthera
January 5, 1974.


PRIORITIES QUESTIONED

EDITOR, The Tribune,
I read with considerable interest this morning what Mr.
Pindling had to say about being loyal to Mr. Sinclair
Outten.
Ordinarily I would be able to swallow what Mr. Pindling
is trying to feed me if it were not for the fact that Mr.
Pindling's loyalty to Mr. Randol Fawkes far-outweighs any
claims which Mr. Outten may have upon his affections.
Mr. Fawkes gave Mr. Pindling the Premiership.
Mr. Fawkes brought dignity and respect to his political
life. Outten brought shame to the people of St. Barnabas
and to his fellow Turks Islanders whom he now tries to
disown.
Mr. Fawkes brought the working man wages. Outten
took his wages and persistently holds on to them despite
the fact that he was holding a post that he should not have
held.
Perhaps Mr. Pindling should have a second though and
set his priorities in order.
FELLOW TURKS ISLANDER.

Nassau,
January 7, 1974.


A SIGN FROM ABOVE?
EDITOR, The Tribune,
Today being the 7th Anniversary of the PLP Government
it seems co-incidental that yesterday a good portion of a
truck load of WHITE paint spilt on Shirley Street adjacent
to Rassin Clinic on the BLACK tar road.
The PLP Government has had their seven fat years as
promised in God's Holy Word, now they begin to lead the
new Independent Nation of the Bahamas into the seven
lean years as promised in God's Holy Word.
Take heed ye voting public God is speaking.
A CONSTANT READER
Nassau,
January 10, 1974.


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i. lork d .enera sek.in?, always right i t at,.I i i
n oldies i-o existent xir s Fnr,, qist R c s Boui(tiiue isd
S: As her business expanded bends over backwards io reid e\quisite eiibroidered
rs iurlnq est mved it larger aiconimodate her custom i. iom Sw.itland.
i' premises on L i ln Boilevard For exjnmple slie alsu di It hard to believe that Mrs
and as a consequence of the some s-ewins i at the Ba\ SteeI I ur:utuesl. in addition to being
furtherr growth of her business toatd '01 the sake o jalrd working b1usiIness
:timoved to the Star Pla.-a and customers who find that wouni aInd an accoiiplisied
the H\ Street lo, action locat on more convenient 1i il ad d ressnaker als
S : s he end of last ear And the Bay Street l ation thie tmo ttier of seen.
Mrs I rnouest e nipe lo s two the pa rkng probe s it lows Mariln (16) (iher eldest iis
to dre makers S\ R lle town And those who thin u J nioi C .: in California,
St) d ,S: i. i si lo besides t t ondetl the do s tos n Bis i ( 15l attends Prince
S; ass;ta:t. Street storersrgs o er the best iliain. Karen 131 attends St.
R] 12! 13 Botiitq .e might 4q;ali ty ttterchand ise should S i 1)CsBi e o bonnie ( 121.
ai grhi oi in;,o a viable iP a isit 0 to Rache e re I 'l 0i na d viaie (8) are
: ut h Mrs. Idirnquest Boutique on Bay Street. students ot Kinigsway
dC h 1r usins manage. fe1 s polyeer trfabt ic at rtei \ Ball Racti ul l' 4
: *' "'': \It l, :r'p .r\! t edSh slltr Rac.hel's is imported ,I otian ta :, i 1tl St s Prep.
S" he bridal ork hiersel e gland Mrs. Irnquest told
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1I R S I () I A I
congratulations to Mr. G.
Coughenour of ti-eepI, t wli,
,wins the Tribune's Biide Ohti/
prize of S25.00. I will conteiss
that the questions were a bii
tougher this year, which makes.
SMr. ('oughenour's winlnini
score all the iiiore laudah!
QUESTION 4 was a lead
problem, last has hid INI and
-ho, been raised directly\ to 3\ I
Lb West. South has to leadi
froti:


is 10 5 4
1 0 (

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If the hi ending had;l one 1I .
11) or III by \,\ i 2 1 b\
ast, hen 3\N I by Wost, \ tiL
could int wilth s ilm ccertliintl
tli.li neitIher oppl),n en haid a
4-eard Spade sill, HereI (l
canl'. A Spade lead inai cost a
lick anditt a p ).
A ( Iub lead looks a itl mnire
ait ti.ic ti\ and with s o te luck


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',Iii Wtight Iind partnIer with
either hie Ace, ,or the Queen.
Bilt il \ oun lave (lub tricks,
ltIe w \ I'ont rtun away. atnd II it
proc)s that West has raised to
F on thi e strength of \. 10,.
9 and three other (Clos, an d
otn lead itns to I ast's OQuCen.
i iu'll ihaw blon thlie dei'.nce
in oitr toi\s .
\ i!I.niil 1md. then? I his i',
iinotl as dangerous as it night
appear, especially itf (iu lilake
the deceptive lead 01 the 10 0or
cxvn the Queen. Partner only
needs one hon ul with 4 cards
tor ou, to strike oil.
But by tar the most eftectile
lead is the 10 H arts; first.
partner must surely have at
least 4 Hearts himself aind
seconildly. you arc not offering
declare in y adxait age that he
coulnd 't take lot :,11. I lhe
awards are
)0 o llead ts . . . . . t0
10I) of DIiai tnul" .
()ecin of )Dialo(Inds i ... .
s sitill (' hb . ......... .
't i mall Spade . ... .. . 2
* * i *
,l I STION 6 put ,,itn into a
def c nsiv sitluat iont lie
mhldin'
't I N1 I A\SI
IS 2 11
3 S 4S
Againsl West,' 4 SpAides,
paitncr led t ie Jack of Spades,.
and oir mhand i, shown ihtelos


!1)\IMY SOl'M ll
5 4 2 ( t)i
K J ~ 5 A 1 0 2
S\ 5 42
\ J 4 2 (
West takes tile peniiing' lead
witli the \e, crosses, to
dumtM', Ace Io (Clubis. then
leads the 3 )1 Diatmonds What
dows Sour h do"'


trumip. On tihe bidding, 'NVest
probably has six trumnps, very
few Hearts, and from his play
of the (lubs. nia bhe a
singleton ,. t itas well have a
concealed Diaionds suit which
he is anxious to set up by
ru ffing It is true that on can
toil him to some cxtcnt bby
playing your top l)ianimond and
leading hack a trump, but you
nui also help him. I ven it
SWest has only four )Diamonds,
that gives North three After
taking l iii trump return. West
will play the King of
Diamonds, then lead another.
which almost certain knock
out a high D)iamond imanhe
the Oueen) in North's htind lby
having it ruffed. If on the other
hand you plaX lowI Wet w\ill
not put his King on tice block,
but will play the Jack. lose to
North's Queen, and \lill still
have to endure a Spadc return,
and you still make Soui Ace uof
Diamonds.
FIor playing a losw Diamonds 10
point,
f or playing the Ace, thent a
('lith f points
For playing the Ae. then aj
trump 6 pcts,,
Q)ISTISON p,.l \os in
3NT as South itthis', I\ hands
being:

A 4 5
K {10}

6 5 .
0 'n ,

A K J
K u! M 2


give ,oniwciel) ;in, cxtrai entrr to)
repeat I ice prtcekss. ihen \ ou
find yoturselt in our own
hand. ,ou plaf mitt iottr
winning Diaion ds, get back to
dullmmy a ealt c ,andi lead
another ( lub. Thi dtoes not
guarantee '. 1ot contract, ot
course, but it git ges yii the
best chance against most
distributions.
There was a maxinimit ot 20
points il that question, and
t he y w erc a a r d e d
prop(ir'tinal el y as tic'he answers
f, -ll'- I tlhe retCoiimended
line.

Q tSTIi)\ S -- -\lter Ith
bidding ct ouit elisw. \ ot,
arrive in 4 Spal,
W I S
III dJli' 211 pass
311 paiss 3.S
4 11 4 S ,,: p ,s -
West le thlie A c ! l'icarts.
the No 'th and So ilh hands
are
a t.:
\ Ct ,) -
K x





K3
\ i 4 2


4-

After !ikh ne hi, \ ce. 1
s\ itch 's i 0 tlie ( itcn l i
D)iamondm on which ast plans
tlie 9. ') ti !el tlt, rti in l 'liiW
King. thin lead tIlc c 2 o
Spades. ltll i i'Idis ialds at
Heart lhow dt s(, iiu go alioutl
making 4 Spadels'
'tYoul hi,\c ' top t ck 4
trtiian ps. I IeAt l. 2 )liiicn id'..
(t!ub antI (itub rnil TIlhe esta
trick uiist com e tri tn illiert
seating ip thi l)ie liannds Ito
discardst,. r b, ne taltiti ngl
another lub ruittf I' ast's ot
D)iamoi.ds looks like cithcl ac
singleton mr the beginning ol a
peter shiowinig a tduhletcon
lThe opposing litatds could \\el
be like 'H-.


none
(A J x \ \

A \ \i


K 1 it 3
0 \ x
. \ x\


I'Provifdiing I ast doet have atc
least 4 ( lubs. you canL gcet
hmie ias lIlnlows' take the Ace'
tof trump,. and pla a, club to
'est 's \ce lakeC tIhe return it n
it miiM u ld aiteIl clas ing the
k ;Ig tlt earls and thile second
S'ab ho 1,oit, lretr1 t o hal id
with I) aDiamn d rf Ii 4Rut I a


('h1 in dtultIiu \ and
another lDiamond. At
point, the cards wold be


that


none
7 15 ld)
noe
,lie K t10 5


1, )}n J

,S x
none

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ou li.i\c lost 2 li cks, It
I s|t dis(cards ia (lutb oni
\lllint 's 5 ol) Itial ondt \ ou
1u It, iu it l ia ( tlub l in tuin i
hl:In lead thI e miiastei Dl)ilii cllnd
I ;.st can INll make ilts King ,l
ti n ,s 1 II as it should i til tihe
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the iswers ,
In \iew l A lthe d,;; l i 0 ot
i t hlie tUc q ltu tions, it is .ill
te !iio Ie riemarkablLe thali so
I lIna so\ciers had Iscoimes I well
.aI \e the la' iagc. Ms thanks s
to ill who ltook pall.
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SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JAN. 12th, 1974
DEPART ARRIVE FLIGHT NO. FREQUENCY EQUIPMENT
NASSAU TO: Andros Town (Fresh Creek)
10.15a.m. 10.30a.m. 201 Daily Twin Otter
3.00p.m. 3.15p.m. 203 Daily Twin Otter


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


NASSAU TO: Bimini
8.30 a.m.


9.25a.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)
10.00a.m. 11.15a.m.


NASSAU TO:
7.30 a.m.
9.30 a.m.
1.45 p.m.
3.45 p.m.
7.00 p.m.
8.30 p.m.


Freeport (Grand Bahama)
8.00 a.m.
10.00a.m.
2.15 p.m.
4.15 p.m.
7.30 p.m.
9.15 p.m.


NASSAU TO: George Town (Exuma)
10.00a.m. 10.45a.m.
1.30 p.m. 2.15 p.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)
8.30a.m. 9.00a.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 p.m.
NASSAU TO: Marsh Harbour (Abaco)
8.00 a.m. 9.00 a.m.
4.15 p.m. 5.10 p.m.
NASSAU TO: Mayaguana
10.15 a.m. 11.50 a.m.
NASSAU TO: Miami
8.00 a.m. 9.45 a.m. DST
9.30a.m.+ 12.15p.m.DST
10.45 a.m. 12.30 p.m. DST
3.00 p.m. 4.45 p.m. DST
3.45 p.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 non-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.m.
4.30 p.m.


North Eleuthera
8.40 a.m.
11.40 a.m.
1.45 p.m.
4.25 p.m.
San Andros (Mastic Point)
7.30 a.m.
10.45 a.m.
3.00 p.m.
4.45 p.m.


NASSAU TO: San Salvador
10.15 a.m. 11.40 a.m.
NASSAU TO: South Andros (Congo Town)
7.00 a.m. 7.45 a.m.
3.45 p.m. 4.30 p.m.
NASSAU TO: Stella Maris (Long Island)
10.00 a.m. 11.15 a.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.m. D.S.T.
ANDROS TOWN TO: Nassau
10.45 a.m. 11.00 a.m.
3.30 p.m. 4.00 p.m.
ARTHUR'S TOWN TO: Nassau
11.15 a.m. 1.00 p.m.


BIMINI TO: Nassau
9.35 a.m.


10.35 a.m.


CHUB CAY TO: Nassau
9.40 a.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 p.m.
FREEPORT TO: Nassau
8.30 a.m. 9.00 a.m.
2.00 p.m. 2.30 p.m.
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
11.00 a.m. 12.30 p.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
9.15 a.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. D.S.T. 10.15 am.
1.30 p.m. D.S.T. 1.15 p.m.
2.00 p.m. +D.S.T. 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.
1 1.00 p.m. D.S.T. 10.45 p.m.
+ One-stop (all others non-stop)
NORTH ELEUTHERA TO NASSAU
9.00 a.m. 9.30 a.m.
11.50 a.m. 12.15 p.m.
1.55 p.m. 2.20 p.m.
5.10 p.m. 5.40 p.m.
SAN ANDROS TO: Nassau
7.40 a.m. 7.55 a.m.
11.00 a.m. 11.15 a.m.
3.15 p.m. 3.30 p.m.
5.00 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
11.30 a.m. 12.20 p.m.

TREASURE CAY TO: Nassau
8.50 a.m. 9.45 a.m.
5.05 p.m. 5.40 p.m.


MIAMI TO: Freeport
2.00 p.m. D.S.T.
5.45 p.m. D.S.T.


1.35 p.m.
5.20 p.m.


901 Tu/Th/Sa


601 MoeWe/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


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


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

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


901 Tu/Th/Sa

501 Daily
503 Daily


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 Mo/Th/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
MofTh/Sa


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

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


902 Tu/Th/Sa

502 Daily
504 Daily

606 Su/Tu/We/Fr

402 Daily
406 Daily

45 Daily
49 Daily


NOBODY KNOWS THE BAHAMAS LIKE BAHAMASAIR

RESERVATIONS: NASSAU 7-8511 FREEPORT 352-8341


Friday January 11, 1974


NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF

SAVINGS ASSURANCE: PLAN POLICIES:

ANCHOR UNIT TRUST PRICES


FH-227


Goose

Twin Otter

Twin Otter

FH-227

BAC 1-11
SAC 1-11
BAC 1-Il
BAC 1-11
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


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Twin Otter
FH-227
FH-227

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Twin Otter
Twin Otter
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Twin Otter

FH-227

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Twin Otter

Twin Otter

FH.227

BAC 1-11
BAC 1-11
BAC 1-11
BAC 1-11
SAC 1-1t
FH-227

FH-227
FH-227

Twin Otter
FH-227

Otter
FH-227

FH-227

Twin Otter
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FH-227
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FH-227

BAC 1-11
SAC 1-11
BAC 1.11
BAC 1-11
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FH-227
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FH-227
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Twin Otter
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FMH-227

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FM.227

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,uch a slot.
A SSI R FR ION ( I
Bahamiians are laiy and don't
hkc to wo rk
F plantationn Climate and
until recently.t the lack ot
p1s". -1 re of time irn the
Bahamian way of life negated
hoth the advisability (how can
one dash around in a humid 90
degrees temperature') and
necessity for hurry,
It many Bahaminuans don't
like work they are not really
dittfferent to most people in the
world. If this characteristic is
exaggerated here it would not
he surprising The blue collar
worker is looked down upon in
this society. the connection
between hard work and reward
has not always been seen
exemplified by the leaders,
past and present and, except
tinhg the puritan descendants
there has been no work ethic
here. "lhe Lord will provide"
and the L urd did seem to
pro\sde tor many of those at
ithe lop
Rectilic action If vale (and
not the lip service variety) was
put on all prodUcLtive work
IcrC anld it the connection
".el.een hard work and success
i ce. en and if the leaders
*ce: seen themselves to do
un'bile manual labour (even if
in their spare time) and to
4' 44l<.'4.entio'.h s and punctual
c i'air w ,rk. manual labour
t IJ the trades might be
t.pel.td and the virtue of
l si ,rk an4d punctuality be

SSSI RtFI(N i\ Bahamians
.1. .hAild-likc and like children
lcd a hie of the pursuit of
perpetual pleasure.
I planationn 1 The people's
leaders appear to lead a life of
Contminual pleasure from the
Sa..Crs in the I lile cI slavery,
thrtigh lth e white oligarchy's
apparent perpetual pursuit of
.iJhiting and pigeon shooting
to the present leaders and the
tourlIsts
Bahamian people have been
c1.ulraged 1to be dependent for
thIe ncecessitieCs of life from
sla Ir. up tor the present time
lwhen leaders encourage the
people look to them to be
loked after rather than
heipting them attain the tools
to 1,i ,k alter themselves.
R,.-tilcation It the leaders
treated tile masses as adults as
ind1h-d the. ar they would
J1 d i .hi\ re.p-. nd as adults.
(i 1 oi,!h lIcder \working in
a. ti n de privileged area
asserteid t hat these people
1.4d.d ihang-up-" rather
than i ha'id out ".
-\SS1 RII(O\ 3). Bahamian
men a.re proniIscutLous and
irresponsi'l' e .
1 \pla, nali,,n \-ccording to
the K. se1y repo rt many men
(I nd wo )men too) are
pIiti" m 44 itl4 "l n middle-claiss
\iner1.],Wn s c.it ,. In the small
so i.ety 4\ \.lssaLu most
people s pli\ate lives are public
knowlcttdge and therefore there
is little point in discretion.
Ihere is probably an element
of a hangover from slavery
Slien the male slaves' value was
tied to his bilihty to reproduce
and there was no question of
his having any more
responsibility for his offspring
than a bull
In modern times many
tourists behave on vacation in a
way they would never do at
home.
The Bahamian woman's
acceptance albeit painful
of her man's behaviour must
also share a small portion of
the blame. Above all the
alleged behaviour of men in
high places must hear the
major part of the blame for the


perpetuation of this situation,
Rectification: Exemplary
behaviour on the part of our
leaders could play a major part
in reducing this problem. Non
acceptance on the part of
Bahamian wives would also
help.
,.\SSF R lION (4): The
modern Bahamian woman is
becoming promiscuous for
gain.
It is difficult for me to
believe that this is a new
phenomenon. Even the
Victorian wife had the
occasional extra marital affair.
Explanation: The Bahamian
woman is more exposed today
to the good things of life, has
increased earning power and
exposure to what appears to be
the advantageous martial
position of the wives of
expatriates.
Rectification: Tit for tat
would seem to be an
inappropriate, 'though
understandable, reaction to the
man's infidelity and, as a
means of climbing to th pop,
is contrary to human dignity,
liberty and pride which comes
from earning one's elevated
position by merit in one's field.
ASSI RT ION (5): The
Bahamian prefers the pursuit
of the dollar, material
possessions and pleasure to the
development of an inner life
and the pursuit of culture.
E explanation: The
educational system appears to
be solely justified as an avenue
to greater earning power and
the leaders, past and present,
are not exactly renowned for
their cultivated minds.
Rectification: The value of
learning must also be hooked
to the development of a
cultivated mind. The leaders
again can set an example by
being seen to pursue the finer
non-material aspects of life
The Governor-General and
Lady Butler are setting a fine
example by their constant
attendance at local amateur
dramatic productions.
An occasional party thrown
by a leader without the
traditional gallons of hard
liquor and ieavy dinners, loud
music and dancing, but with
simple food such as wine and
cheese or (dare I sa\ ") soft
heserages and light snacks and
an evening devoted to good
conversation, the listening of
classical music or poetry
reading might start a new style.
ASSERrlON (b). The
Bahamian is materialistic. He
eats too much and too well, he
drinks too much: he attaches
too much importance to
fashionable and expensive
dress, large cars etc.
Explanation: These are the
outward symbols of "having
arrived" sported by the leaders.
They ar also probably a result
ot the proximity of the U.S
conspicuo us consumption
society
Rectification: Education
and a modest style of living
displayed by the leaders. For
example, there was a photo
recently of a local columnist
ending a bicycle to work. Think
of the impact of people
regarded in higher esteem than
columnists doing the same
thing or at least driving
inexpensive small cars. Lady
Cumming-Bruce was a fine
example of the lack of
importance she placed on dress
and the high priority she
placed on the arts. A black
Bahamian woman in a similar
high position would probably
be able to make a greater
impact on the values of the
Bahamian people.
I could go on ad infinitum


and ad nauseum on such
examples but these should be
sufficient to get my point
across: that the onus of the
development of salutory
national characteristics and
values lay squarely on the
shoulders of our leaders setting
an example in their life stile
and behaviour.


SANTA'S HELPERS
Christmas Party was held on
Saturday, December 22 at the
Trade Winds Lounge at
Loew's Paradise Island.
Because of the fine
response from the public, the
group was able to cater to
some 250 children and "the
- Counts" put on a special
performance for the children.
President of the group,
Miss Margaret Guillaume,
thanked those who helped
make the party such a success
including Jack Gallaway,
manager of Loew's, food and
beverage manager Dewitt
Duncanson, Johnny Bethell
of Maura Lumber Company,
the Pharmacies, the social
workers, Emerald Green Bus
Co. and the Government High
School Key Club.
Pictured at the party:
(from left); Miss Guillaume,
I Mr. Horace Wright of the
Ministry of Education, Don
Roberts (Santa Claus),
Brendalene Turner, Hadassah
Guillaume Thompson, Tino
C h ristofilis, J. Karates
Williams. Not shown: Myra
Virgill, Mickie Virgill and
Arlene Nash.
PHOTO: Dwayne Guillaume.


NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that ALFRED ST. GEORGE
CLARE of Karl Road 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 11th day of January
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ANTHIA THERESA
JOHNSON of P. 0. Box F-0 Pinedale 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 11th day of January 1974 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P. 0. Box
N7147, Nassau.





NOTICE

IN THE ESTATE OF FELIX NATHANIEL
RUSSELL, late of Bamboo Town, in the
Southern District of the Island of New
Providence. deceased. NOTICE is hereby given
that any persons having any claims or demands
against the above Estate are requested to send
same. dul' certified, and those indebted thereto,
to make paiLtncnt to the undersigned on or
before the 31st. day of January, A.D. 1974.
AND NOTICE is hereby also given that at the
expiration of the time mentioned the Executrix
will proceed to administer the Estate of the
deceased among the persons thereto entitled
having regard only to the claims of which she
shall then have had notice.
Dated the 10th day of January, A.D. 1974.

CHARLES BARN\' I LL.
Attorney for the Executrix.
P. O. Box N.4759
Nassau. Bahamas.









ESTATE OF THE RIGHT HONOURABLE JEAN
LADY ASCOMBE



NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having
any claims or demands against the above-named
Estate are requested to send the same duly
certified to the undersigned on or before the
Eighteenth day of January, A.D.. 1974.

AND NOTICE is hereby given that at the
expiration of the time above-mentioned the
assets of the deceased will be distributed among
the persons entitled thereto having regard only
to the claims of which the Executors shall then
have had notice.
HIGGS & JOHNSON,
Sandringham House,
83 Shirley Street,
Nassau, Bahamas

Attorneys for the Executors


B\ Daphne V\sallace Whitfield
i\ I i I S I ( )M\ l \ I" M I t 1 1 \1\ I n ,


I twenty-eight days from the 4th day of Jan. 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P. 0.
BOX N7147, Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby. given that HERMIS CORNELIUS
HANDFIELD 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 4th day of January, 1974, to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P. 0. Box
N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that LESLIE STEVENSON
HAMILTON of Coconut Grove Avenue, Nassau, Bahamas 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 11th day of January 1974 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship P. 0. Box
N7147, Nassau.


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NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that STANLEY ALMON
HANDFIELD of Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama, Bahamas
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
4th day of January to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.





NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that FROSWELL SIMMONS of
Wulff Road, Nassau, Bahamas 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 4th day of January 1974
to The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.



NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that LUCIEN MESADIEU of
Ridgeland Park West, is applying to the Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, for naturalisation as a
citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows
any reason why naturalisation should not be granted should
send a written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 4th day of Jan. 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship P. O.
Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that DROSOS PANTELIS
TSAKKOS of P.O. Box E.S.6091, West Bay Street, Nassau,
Bahamas 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










Friday January 11, 1974


Bank's new assistant manager


A 25 YEAR OLD Bahamian,
who was born at Gaol Alley
and joined the Royal Bank in
January 1972, has been named
assistant manager (loans) of the
Royal Bay and Victoria
Branch.
E. Leslie Johnson (pictured)
started with The Royal as a
management trainee at the
Palmdale Branch. After nine
months, Mr. Johnson served
successively at the Cable Beach
Branch; the Main Branch, Bay
Street, Dunmore Town
(Harbour Island) and at the
Freeport (Lucayan Beach)
Branch. In May, 1972, he was
on an inspection team which
observed The Royal's
operations in Belize British
Honduras.
Mr. Johnson's duties will
entail responsibility for
granting personal and


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commercial loans. And he will
assume charge of the branch in
the manager's absence
"I am pleased," Mr. Johnson
stated. "To be where I am
today. I feel I have a bright
outlook because I know there
is still a lot of room for
advancement in The Royal."


Ite is the youngest son of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E.
Johnson Sr. of Gaol Alley,
Nassau. He has two sisters and
a brother.
Mr. Johnson received his
early schooling at St. Annes,
Fox Hill and Government High
School. After leaving GHS, he
was employed in the Bahamas
Telecommunications
Corporation computer section
as a control clerk. It was there
that he learned data processing
and became interested in
management studies.
lie pursued further studies
at California State Polytechnic
College, California (two years
of data processing) before
switching to business
management studies at Jones
College, Jacksonville. Florida.
lie graduated with a B.Sc.
His hobbies are swimming
and reading. Group affiliation:
St Agnes A nglican
Churchmen's Association, and
in process of joining the
Committee for Retarded
Children and the Committee of
the Ranfurly Homes for
Children.


BAHAMAS Electricity
Corporation Assistant Charge
Engineer, Mr. Wellington
Adderley, has left Nassau for
England to participate in the
12th Generating Course for
Overseas Engineers beginning
January 14 through July 12.
The training course has been


organized by the Central
Electricity Generating Board in
the United Kingdom and Mr.
Adderley will undergo practical
training at the Board's eastern
region.
He will attend introductory
lectures on the background to
the t.-c, ri it% supply in


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regularly. When you do,
your money builds up.
Another Important thing is
to put your savings to work
for you. Earning interest. In
The Helpful bank. Savings
offer security for rainy
days, future investments,
flexibility.
Savings also offer you something else.
Your chance to buy your heart's desire.
Helpful Bankers in Nassau and the Family
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The Royal 1 The Helpful Bank
ROYAL BANK
Branches throughout the Bahamas


HAYDEN ADDERLEY
(pictured), formerly
Supervisor of Operations at
Chase Manhattan Bank
branches in Exuma and New
Providence has been
promoted to the position of
Chase's Assistant Manager of
Branch Group Operations.
Mr. Adderley is a graduate
of Government High School
and Miami-Dade Junior
College, where he majored in
Business Administration. He
also attended Chase
management seminars in the
United States.
He is married to the former
Althea Isaacs. The couple,
and their three-year-old son,
Scott, live in Golden Gates
Estate III.


SATIT RAV UM


MATINEE
"HERCULES & THE
star
Reg Park,

NOW SH
Except Saturday matinee, e
Sunday matinee 3:00 & 5:0


PAMI


No one under 17
Reservations not clair
on first come, firs


Saturday Matinee Only
Matinee starts at 2:00
"ZATT" PG.
Dave Dickerson,
Wade Popwell
plus
"CHATOS LAND" PG.
Charles Bronson,
Jack Palance
Starts Saturday Night 8:30
Sunday matinee starts at 2:
Evening 8:30
"TROUBLE MAN" R.
Robert Hooks, Paula Kelly
plus
"WELCOME HOME
SOLDIER BOYS" R.
Joe Dan Baker
No one under 17 admitted.
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U PARENTAL DISC


The Family Guardian
Insurance Company has
announced the promotion of
Mr. Vernal G. Clarke to the
position of staff manager in
the company's Palmdale
district office.
Mr. Clarke joined the
company's Carmichael
district office as an agent on
February 21 1972 and has
established during his
association with the company
one of the finest records ever
achieved by a company


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M an Aftlnon Iil*emaiOil Picit

LOOKER BRAOSHAW
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"n "" SIDHAIG6"n
admitted.
: 15 will be sold
basis.


Saturday Only
wings continuous
from 3:00
RAGE OF THE
JCCANEERS" G.
Vincent Price,
cardo Montalban
PLUS
TAZAN'S JUNGLE
REBELLION" G.
n Ely, Woody Strode

Plus late feature
Saturday night.


ONLY
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England and Wales as well as at
the C.E.G.B. headquarters in
London.
His practical training will be
it Kirkstall Power Station in
Leeds; Skelton Grange and
Power Station, Leeds; North
Eastern Region Training
Centre, Leeds, and Ferrbridge
"C" Power Station, Yorkshire.
Mr. Adderley, who joined
B.E.C. in 1959, is among a
number of Bahamians who are
presently being trained in the
U.K. under the Corporation's
comprehensive training
programme.
Pictured: Mr. Adderiey with
Mr. Hervis Bain, Chief
Personnel Officer for BEC
(left) and Mr. Kenneth Sawyer,
Chief Generator Engineer.

Promotions
THE TREASURER and the
secretary of the Cisalpine
Overseas Bank, of IBM House,
East Bay Street, have been
name vice presidents of the
bank, a press release said.
Promoted to vice president
and treasurer was Calvin B.
Knowles, and Sue-Anne
Dunkley has been named vice
president and secretary.
The two were treasurer and
secretary respectively from the
bank's incorporation here in
1971.
Appointed assistant vice
presidents were Christopher
Benson and Geoffrey Stuart
both of whom joined the bank
in 1972.
Cisalpine is an international
merchant bank incorporated in
the Bahamas in 1971 as a
subsidiary of the Banco
Ambrosiano group. Banco
Ambrosiano is the largest
private bank in Italy.


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By Abigail Van Buren
'974 B y Ci caiq TnDune N Y, News Synd., Inc.
D'SR tIyv hu'');.l and I have been married
f'i -.' '- A,! 'ha\te two children My life is my hus-
band hime id fam but I know that my husband isn't
a. t.n.,< o": '.xui'liM with me as he should be. rI have to
r ea k :iil : i vnr
.' h< -. ..e+ me by h ',r.4 me that when we
m: h fia- abu Sylvia-the girl he went
w" : a- ,- ys that's the only thing that
on1 fIi knowing he has to think of another
gilr' 91m f ",i,'ethi:t i ,ut f rmakini ltove to meL
'ver had x ath anyone except my husband and
I vwoil' .ant to have-
f' it ,ir.mvhow thai h'e it heing 'disloyal" to me. if not
in a' t.;: i hit thoig'htB- I alNo feel if Sylvia were to
e0n.1 i,; : !I t ,,;; Wo n -ffair with her
S.. :: ..'-,: ',.' Ien'i t'i honest I am so con-
fused i -. .,:,. piai 'w hole thing to me.
"'." NOT SYLVIA

Il i \,i i linos1 t ,"rtvsonie ha-s fantasies. They are
an itopi.ant part oB f loremaking. But it's unkind and un-
wise to idi-'low,. fantasi,, which are hurtful Your husband
ma' rate an '" itn hlonsty, but he flunks "common
sense

D)i'tii ABiY S' erai weeks ajgo our daughter was
marri-I We' intd l-i 'uts t)o her wedding After check-
ing all th>, a,'ddin-.' jift -A. found that we did not receive
a gift fro';-, inc ..f 4ithe coupl-' .shi attended the wedding
lo'. dos one 'MN. i rt finding out whether a gift was
given or nmt' W oe do 'i ,;ant to embarrass anyone
Wi'A HI-I1)
DEA-. HIt o{RItI. I can't imagine anything more
tasteless than asking someone if he brought a gift or not.
Just assume that you glot a pretty good return on your in-
vestment. and let it go at that.

DEAR AB!iY I arn 21 and my husband is 36 We've
been married for two years and have a -irrtni ,id boy.
When the baby was only a month old I had trouble with my
nerves, so Childrens' Service took him from. us They still
have him, and I'm still being treated for my nerves.
I hate to say this, but I'm afraid if the baby comes
back it is going to interfere with our life Every time we
want to go someplace we have to worry about getting a
baby sitter, and baby sitters don't come cheap.
S Besides, we just bought a new mobile home, and the
expense of that plus caring for the baby just don't fit our
Budget.
u Maybe I'- not ready to settle down yet. I feel terrible
telling you all this, but you said, "If you have a problem,
you'll feel better if you get it off your chest," so I did. Can
you help me? FEELS BETTER
DEAR FEELS: Don't make any decisions now. When
-. you have finished with your treatment, you may feel enttre-


I lt GO\ I R\\lNM I ',WA
edn,,dal 11ght tto
.7- t !igislat :iln that wouIld
the i .T, ai' d
r '.igli'in of th' e d .
w n" InI! n the st' m e m a-' in'.
t .ia t lie legal and mned:,d
P .-' Ls.ois are regulated.
n d' N advoJ.Iaed a,
hchia I 1' l re-; '1

p',.-: hia ih. ..iel!' anid
Z. -Y y y the ed0ii! iC
c i;-wiee ;u rks Whlluild be
u-' ied to q hiied hand, ,
b; ! t I nstit htin n i

p-r,-:dcn; Paul 1 I a I !ba m ,ld .I
;-er ii'eeting Il Ith

1 he dinner at the llakion
B jS' ,ai B ea ch lh ,el w as in
r -f Mr A (; Mli'ne.
pr dent i and I)t 1I
;. n4 !n )r -@igh s creta -ie the

m ::i:;nee;-,. i.it:d Ki:gd~in
O tlllirn!ug the 'nginl er r -" !c
': t'le lahamNI.i. tMr tianna said
th ,il engineers as lndn iid Il,
tind he Instl tuition -- a i bod\
:n I! r -orie !t t he i
nelh' i-gical and prfcessaonal
.lt :;.' id aind develop the
all i*;l ,, 1 1.' 1' dC irl1 flat W 1
iI'f. he pro le iltionat
.,'-n ;rent to Q tiNl lhe gap,' in
01 e ii r inti "N r nl tional
d io :;-naking ml a !inerv
"II is on1-l. ti t"l 1 mi eAnsi
did ,1t proeitnal me spring
thle uiteral needs of, ourI
, :';Iulln \. llt we fult il in
a .i'ebrdaing manner. otir
di> dihlgenthy to, appl\ ouir
a r, \ expeCrienr. aind
it.e:n o ,I purpose to the
e '. it use o I technological


manpower resoutrces and the
efficient and economic dsidgn
' engineering works." N i
ll.ianna said.
1e said it was encumbeCii!
.ipon Bahamian enlli gineers I,
!ieco lne inT ol eCd : 1. ,,-
and collectl.icl to an extIent
onsrlistent with p:eserving the
integrit i of ill prlotsi' onl i1
miattnt ers be iar!nl oll thI-
aI c rt e rial. iid u -str hi l .in!.J
e I\ Iro til e! ,, t.il d tVX'\*'10 p 1 ii n "i
tile tni ..trn I to I- Nire thjl
these decicsionTls were not I
entire in tile hands ,1d
indil tduals w it1 ; o p.',!tl1i11,:
technological be1I I, ; ii !1 .
hands ot offshore dveiplnen;
CIltlmpanis aid cN mdl- ltnI g ti' r!ni
h av ing Ino' part icil.
.olnilttment ti 10 he integrat 'd
phl sical aNId tchnologi.a
development Mot the Balhant.i
'he I stttut!i O N to i -,
nd sl i I) ttlp o si!:o .l f si -, 1 .'
s.IIstI\ .i)I'LI the tc !hnoI i ,!
det ridlls i'! their lti' ,in'a .'" il
Ilinna sadM
( n the t rh h.' lastf- !Ial !
C expense ei i re, iicd !,\ t1 hi,
could not he flled 1 h c
Institution's inen!ib r.hil. \l!

i niha Ila a iltd 1he p0\thl i rl
ot lhthlcs of the pio.lsoion a'nd
dd s. such a cliet;t to .seek
specialisecd consiulta tio'r
\t the same tiune lihe noted
that the Institutioln stooI,
read\ to ll thil e gaps in ie
national technlal edctiC ia ,
prograIllne and to give to the
IovernIlllent and industrial
concerns, whatever advice
government might requlst on
thie wide range ot ia tter
within the pruolessOi
lechn ,ol Ir'cal 'a nio et ncic


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ly different. God bless you.


DEIAR ABBY: My parents and I get along great except
when it comes to their ideas on how I should dress.
I am not allowed to wear midriffs, halters, or anything
that shows my lower back. Also, I can't show my stomach
or belly button. [To them, if a girl shows her belly button.
it's as bad as going naked.]
It's unbelievable how old fashioned they are in some
ways, considering how modern they are in other ways.
Oh, I'm a 15-year-old girl. I really love my parents and
realize they care about me, but do they have to restrict my
clothing like they do? ST. CLOUD. FLA
DEAR SAINT: You should thank your lucky stars the'
do. There are a lot of weirdos running around who don't
need anything more than an exposed belly button to set
them off.

CONFIDENTIAL TO "DESPERATE IN LUBB(K K":
Call the base and tell whoever answers the telephone WHIlY
you must get in touch with him. If he is shipped out they
will get the word to him that he must see a doctor immedi-
ately. You will be doing him a favor. DO NOT DELAY!

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


ARRIVE I) TODAY: Tejana
trom Andros Margaret of'
I u ima from Freeport. San
Salsador fI\press front Rtuin
( a and San Salvadhor It.S S
Mardl (;raNs South ward from
St. I honias,. Virgin Istands
SAI L! ) IOIDAY: ISS
Mardi (Gras. Southward froill
Milami
ARRIVING TOMORROW.
Frederico '(". vlava, iiimerald
Seas from Mialmi
TIDES

High i9:50 a.m. and 10: 17
p m.


low 3 28 a m. and 4 {00
p. ill.
WEATHER
Wind Soiluti h-acdl rl tS I ,
m p.h
Weather IFair
Sea SBhii
Ienpt Mi tonight 1,x
Max. Tomorrow I

SUN
Rises 6o 57 a.m.
Sets 5 39 p.m.
MOON
Rises 9: 23 p.mn
Sets 9:14 a.m.


THE President of the British Institute of Electrical
Engineers, Mr. A. G. Milne, gave a talk to local engineers
Tuesday on electricity supply in the United Kingdom with
special reference to the question of reliability. Among other
things Mr. Milne told his audience at the Sheraton British
Colonial Hotel that Great Britain had the largest, fully
integrated supply system in the world.
Mr. Milne is pictured above during a courtesy visit he
paid to the British High Commission in the Bitco Building.
Shown from left: Mr. George Moss. Assistant General
Manager of BaTelCo and First Vice President of the
Bahamas Institute of Professional Engineers; Mr. R. E.
Duggan, Commercial Secretary at the British High
Commission; Mr. Paul Hanna, President of the BIPE; British
High Commissioner, Mr. C. J. Treadwe!l; Mr. Milne; Dr.G.
F. Gainsborough, Secretary of the British Institute of
Electrical Engineers and Mr. M. J. Lonsdale, Third
Secretary (Information) at the High Commission. Photo:
Andrew Toogood.



C. GARDINER DUCKS


ELECTION SESSION


IN\L'Y SI oi tlhe
.ijIdjites in he jl ant ,..il -
Sl t aiiH bas hb \-eleelin i ,o .

lii1e'den nuiiltnal ional ( I'r sliIie

\I! of the alndidatca >. in t,,
hac- ans-'red qtlic- i w,
that plmit,,ionm in a d ip
feelingg at eight o'c k :
N i'l n I) iL e'i I ..
h \\ u l t l R d I..
: PiC 11 uleC eC Clyde k
(iardiner t e. ;

M1' tard inor wa 0 i
" !l.it the e1no ii"g '^wi .,

it 'nd It i'
1lie sad IN decion n, t.w
.ar1t:ipate related t l lt,1
personal phil'N os iop l ;i it
declined to elaborate.
M\ (;ardiner had agreed in
-ar lec i l temb to lake p:1"


b11t it o d d the I N \ abh uit
S.v, w eeks Aitgv I 'tal hI' had
de led agI a' t attend ding. I he
1 ii : c l 2 a -cd
An l \ panel 'Is to
quest on the candidate. .n an
lort o pIi d Iown hei \I s

'i a dI on noted that i i hei r
i :Ip a '' 1 th e i lhn d I a th-h i -
Wir'ei\ 11del, e.1d ltt eii l 1 to
"1i i I t' t I' t c Ij .-it t !- t Nt .'I ", e
e.hekt other I pal' ig hitle

I d.p a1 th1 e iii
,rrrw are Sinclair Outten
I'l P' .A rthur F .u lkes (i \ \lI i
Raltldol F. i kes ,e I t'). I(IP l
:rid e'!l., iit, Wentred tIea ie
1ld Ruy b \iAnn C(ooper Dar-
l i y 0 ) t pa n i e d la h l ii r
, i lid.ite Dudhley Willi.an n 1 i'
he I l the ; nid ,l itl !hle fin e.
itif" h s' tp"1iji'kcn d ; .' s ld ,i
,pt+esou al. 1 eces,.


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TAN(,ANYIKA ('ONCESSIONS LIMIT)
NOTICE( TO HOLDERS OF ORDINARY STOCK

NOTICE' IS III: RBY G;IVN THAT subject to
confirmation by the Members at the Annual
General Meeting to be held in Nassau, Bahamas, on
FI'rida, 18th January, 1974, a Final Dividend No.
53 at the rate of 7p per 50p unit of Ordinary Stock
for the y ear ended 3 1st July, 1973, will be paid on
or after 31st January. 1974, to Stockholders
registered in the hooks of the Company on 28th
December, 1 973 and to holders for the time being
oin Stock Warrants to clearer as indicated below.
Solders of Stock Warrants to Bearer must
arrange for an Authorised Depositary to deposit
Coupon No. 53 lli, .! ,iin at the office of the
Somppany's Paying Agents:

TFinganayika Holdings Limited
(. John Street,
I.ONDON,. WC IN 21 t
or to deposit this ('Coupon in Brussels at :-
Societe Generale de Banque
3. Montagne dL Parc.
or
Banque Lambert,
24 Avenue Marnix
or in PARIS at:
Banque de I'Uinion Parisienne
0 & S Boulevard llassmn.nn,
or
Messrs. La-ard Freres & Cie.,
5 rue Pillct-Will.
or in S\1 /IRLA.ND at:

Svwiss Bank (ror.poratiol.
A\cschen orstadt I
BASLE.
and 1all its Swiss Offices.
or in I lXFMBOLURG at:
Banque Gicnerale Idu Luxemnbourg,
Boulevard Royal and rue Aldringer,
Banque Laimbert-Luxembourg,
1 1,. Boulevard G(;randi-DcIchesse Charlotte.

inilecd kingdom Income Tax at the rate of 30.'
will be deducted from payment in respect of
Coupons presented in London unless such Coupons
a-., accompanied 1\ Inland Revenue declarations.
( oupis p1 rese,,nted for payment in Brussels.
P.ir'is. Swi erland or I tlxembourg will require to
he .;iNnip.iinicd by dclaratioii to the effect that
t 'i \ h,i\.ie neither been received from i nor are the
p sieprti\ ot residents in the I'nited Kingdom.

By Order of the Board
BAHAMAS INTlRNA IIONAI TRUST
COMPANY LIMITEDI)
Secretaries
Dated the I1 th Day of January, 1974
P (). Box N. 77o8.
NASS.AU.
Balhamas.


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FridayhJ anituay' 179


I believe in



Women's Lib


says top



Black official


S- .*,i;; '--:". RECENTLY on holiday at
". . the Britannia Beach Hotel. Mrs
C. Delores Tucker, Secretari o:
State. Pennsylvania, and the
highest ranking black irmoit
official in U.S. St ot
G o v e r n ment. is a
Philadelphian, daughter of Rev
Whitfield Nottage ironi
Tarpum Bay. tEleuthera. whOi,
left the Bahamas with his lt%%,
Evangelist brother,
.ippri,'ii, tl..'I 0 years ago.1,
Missionaries to preach d i tt
^r IGospel to the Blacks in
Pennsylvania.
Subordinate to the tfc eM1101
and Lieutenant (;omer nor,
Pennsylvania, Mrs l*ucker'
official capacity ftor the pist
three years orirrits 'I
I 1 1! to m' n ar.-A
the State's adri inlistratior.
licensing of protession-.
occupations and hbusiie.',
enterprises a t h c t i
commission: supervision ot
elections: delegation l
officials of State (,overrnmiren
and the regulation ot charities,
She is also chairmi 01 i
-.v_.j. ---^^ ^*Pennsylvania's Retiremen
Program me.
4# kl, Il appreciate thif
opportunity to liuinaiiise
SGovernment by serving the
s-'sw,,,,i ^needs of our citizens and also
by helping to make U.S.
all people." says Mrs. iucker
An ardent supporter of thli
i 'equal political rewards to'
equal service and equal pa. '.n
equal work' controversy \ sJi
qualifies herself as a trrstlar
..... i _j ^Feminist, one wt11o p() .ce.
God's law ahome either int lt,:
man or woman.
; ,--- She continues. ; I behe-I ve '
Women's Liberation in certain
areas econoimlic, edtiatiosi
and political but certainly no
domestic, where the siin,
assumes the role traditional'
N TH D.AHAMAS BY held by the woman I ceni'
( being a wife and a womii.n
At the Britannia Beach ht tei
with her husband William
r) 'FO & )O. Tucker, a Real Ihstate veteran
now studying law, this Is Mrs
Tucker's second si it to the
: 1..-' I [ [BJ h au.lallJ It' )i' ll -


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W ,I;.a tip !i.M!a.,l Mrs,



.5 .s -, t

PICTUREtD: on one of the
tBrt"a''i,' Beach lot-'s so e
balcnis A Mrs. C. Delo'res
Tucker Sucretasy of State,
Pern.,Ilvae na. r-ses with ti:
h Lsb.nd Wtiami Ti icer
McS' o'ey, the Britann;i '


[YE TO I F Two iLrls.l
Anit i Murr;tv (leftIt and Linda
Huber p,,-e tir hi, .- shot
p Iblic Uin'' trhe .O.B.
( ai i ra r C ti, plihoto
o ipr-lition is, b"e l'ld on
Monday night at the Teachers
training ( .rl,. w~lhen prints
"will be iuld d tor the best
print it a ph .r()gr apher"e
Jt!hn Bl i l! tor ''. n ",50 for
t lI r pri/,


PAN AM RESUMES

DAILY FLIGHTS


PA N
irf ways
ci!c tievc


AMERICAN World
has announced that
January 23 the airline


Mental Health Week


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'enplee in a outing
Pri's.ntati.in l t trophies.


Nation


l;arn r\ 2 h a Amt. to 1 p.m.
id Si pr.m. tu 10 p. m. ( .n.-
r i n (n Cut is igh Si n oi 1
1 iruls of Seventeen and over age
cir,- up in Oratirica.l C'ntest on
suhjkct: 'Iihe Problems of Younsi
Ps.plte in .a Young Nation andi Hlow
t>r Mteet Them". Presentation st
Ir,,pties.
)PI' N DAY at Sandilands Hlospitals
trusm 2 pim. to 6 p.m. Police Band,
St. Augustine' s Band. Guided
Ir urs. lea will be served


T .. '. t I RO '6; )Il IHA W41 I K
I e ,,re will b, a mobile Ndo
;. exhibition s visiting various parts of
i .' ,'-,i t 'J-\ \,e Proividence. a drive for itos by
S, rious youth organizations for tilhe
S 1 u s of the underprivileged children
' p.'i. r,> is the playgrounds sponsored by
t i I ii iI,.iJ I l h in a as M mental Health
i .. r .i e -socid.a tion, and the newspapers
S ; t i in feature articles on various
I i 2 .iapects o if youth in our society .


will resume daily round-trip
service between Miami and
Nassau and between New York
and Nassau. All daily New
Yo rk-Nassau f lights will
continue to Rock Sound,
S Ileutliera.
Pan Am announced on
December 11, that due to the
fuel shortage, service to and
from Miami and New York
would be limited to five days a
week. with no service on either
Wednesday s ior Thursdays.
"We are very happy to be
able to restore daily service."
M.J. (urne\. local Pan Am
director, said yesterday. "Just
as the original cut in service
was necessitated by the
shortage of jet fuel, this
increased service is made
possible by the slightly larger
fuel allotment now promised
to Pan Am by the U. S.
Govern me t.
"This new schedule effective
January 23 will enable us to
offer Bahamians the only daily
non-stop service between
Nassau and New York.


w *44
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TELECOMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION


AT El CO WISHES TO ADVISE THE PUBLIC
THAT THE 1974 TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
SILL 1IBE AVAILABLE AS OF MONDAY,


JAtN-\R Y 14TH, 9:30
ERY EFFORT
R E D U C E ANY
E XP'-R ENCED BY
COLL CNG -TH
S, r, P> HAVE


S' UAHRY 14


A.M. 4:30 P.M.
IS BEING MADE TO
INCONVENIENCE
SUBSCRIBERS IN
iEIR DIRECTORIES.
BEEN SET UP AS


-15-16


NUMBER S


FG-iNNING WITH "74" CAN BE
COLLECTED AT THE LYFORD CAY POST


2 ANJARY 14-18 NUMBERS BEGINNING
TH "77" AND "78" CAN BE
(. ELECTED AT THE OLD TELEPHONE
EXCHANGE BUILDING IMMEDIATELY
BEHIND THE CABLE BEACH POLICE
STATION.
3. JANUARY 14-18 NUMBERS BEGINNING
ITH "4". "31" AND "32" CAN BE

(ACLLECTED AT THE CAMPERDOWN
TELEPHONE EXCHANGE, WEST OF
BLANCO BLEACH PREMISES ON THE
EAST-WEST HIGHWAY.
DIRECTORS FOR ALL OTHER
TELEPHONES CAN 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.
H ggai g g gImII I II J Ii I II III I


Immigration plan


11t \ ll t \ t o: 'J.




S 1adm xstr tend i :! t t ;i

: se'Isrim !, PtP ,ien.. i ih r ,'

lth w Irk n a'.. .a'




esta sh are be( m askei






to show what their expatr.Ae
'wor' iesit sllVw ca i sir i
li li' t .It i.t tii si t t,'

\rnoge andie'u r di t hk ii
ll it1n ro'i [livii 5 dl 's .ist' m
lsI d iii ust l'is -Itt '. a d 'ti is -
ti'so thet nchld.'


no asbans Bh miaOns in ath
t\sar ious executive andritr i.it

rha St thireed or t a e as',r ansi

ro'tirisasan' .i1 ''.lln s thin

alsi ho' they propose to train
arrd advance, e Bahariiians in rie
% various executive and


going smoothly


I I ;e Ps rt' a' t.
sliajs ss C'tr

1 :.P '.i n i:iM'.e lat ni

: n.:' ".'* r .e ;ie'l.; h w s s I p
I, !iil i iI esses now.
!k:!o\\ '. 1 .'ctCr li1iaI to expect
: ,' he i; mo remi 'ent ii the
Mij ,H' m'Isgn ito pln ties
'I think tirhc knew what to
rxpe A along and were ilst
t .iccsept it ani vere
I'rp .ur d ito .o ,ill tlie\ c ld
i.s. '.'d thlec scnes' to friistiate
it '" htic Pri ei M\iniste'r


1 liAmk they've come to
reahIe noi the chances of
ti;h sl.atnrr it are 'rrl.'ibl. and
I would ie better aor
eeiybod esonceined itf not
iist lip sen ice were paid to the
t'iitng but -' .ill get down to
business and try to work
owaidl ain amicable solution."
lHe said he had found signs
of willingness to really do this.


"'t long last the banking
community has come up with a
trust fund whichh will be used
lor training of persons in
\arious aspects of banking.
1 his is new and it augurs a
feeling of goodwill. The hotel
industry and the Ministry of
Education have cooperated in
obtaining the services of top
flight persons for hotel
training.
"With this cooperation
between private and public
areas, quite some progress has
been made," he said.


FISHING TOURNEY
TIll POPL S \R 22nd
annual winter fishing
tournament will officially open
on Monday and will continue
through April 20.
The tourney is open to
everyone fishing Bahamas
waters with the exception of
the Cat Cay-Bimini area. This
region participated in the
Metropolitan Miami
I tournament.

Male, female, young and old.
novice and expert angler, are
all eligible to enter any of the
23 gamefish recognized by the
committee .


-'V


RENTOKIL PESI CONTRl SERVICE

TENT FUMIGATION
RODENT CONTROL
INSECT CONTROL
1R LAWN SPRAYING
^T|~i for PRI' inspectkm --phone
NASSAU --- 4-1332
FREEPORT --- 2-5521

Rentokil Laboratories Ltd.


Friday January 11, 1974


NOTICE














~he ~friImtir


Friday January 11, 1974


CLASSIFIED


SECTION


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


REAL ESTATE


II


C13110
TWO LOIS I dLa.i near
Skawav Cai 2 3041
:, 'een a d 4 34, 'ter


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, bedroo "

a:n he bo};itlh'
i'd Cai -I


WiNTON HIGHWAY h;



"AS...': $ ,b _OU O0
HILLTOP WINTON '.,,



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r-iLLTOP HIGHLAND PARK.


SKYLINE



SEMI-HILLTOP I
SWlMMING POOL


ST ANDRFWS

b Pdtouo d


ENCLOSED


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HILLTOP SANS SOUCI
o' (' t)u: : W r Se ) "
* 'ee De: or-. 2 Oath-.
,* "!S[' '3 f2r'iv b$ 7.500 :n


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th o ,'i hes'te' Steet,
.age and strp laundry,
















0 ":;'. j $ 000 0 a

I :* .'* ..... . "' Pni .c
r Pri'. 'r $ 0







D 'S .S REAL "ESTATE
CO LTD
'C rd Real Estate Brokers
n Appraisers)
j Phon 2 l1 78 55408
C Box N-4648
[ -assai. Bah ma na
P P'': .dly present
SMASMiNG REAL
ESTATE BARGAINS
THROUGHOUT THE
COMMONWEALTH
2. 3 and 4 BEDROOM
HOUSESS in the fol Loweng
areas
EASTERN ROAD
EASTERN ROAD on the
water as well as on the hrils
SAN SOUCI
BLAIR ESTATES
GLENISTON GARDENS
WINTON
THE GROVE (West Bay)
SKYLINE HEIGHTS
NASSAU EAST
SEA BREEZE
VILLAGE ROAD
GOLDEN GATES
HIGHLAND PARK
PROSPECT RIDGE
WESTWARD VILLAS
CONDOMIN I U M
APARTMENTS in PARADISE
ISLAND
EAST BAY STREET
WEST BAY STREET
HOTELS and HOTEL SITES,
BEACH LOTS. COMMER-
CIAL LOTS, RESIDENTIAL
LOTS
ACREAGE FOR
DEVELOPMENT IN THE
NASSAU AND FAMILY
ISLANDS SUCH AS GRAND
BAHAMA LONG ISLAND.
ELEUTHERA,ABACO.
45 ACRE CAY IN THE
EXUMAS WITH DEEP
WATER HARBOUR AND
MORE
CALL
DAVSON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENCY
Phone 21178 or 80932 21178
P. O. Box N-4648
Nassau. Bahamas


REAL ESTATE


IT


C 1 3 1 20
LOT 118 -s 15b Montagh.
Heights Lot 100 x 11b
Gienrston Gardens Phone
5 8512.


> A T E R
AA RTMiENT
Caire Beach


F R O N T
i owCe' of
2 bedroom 1


01-'1lK


t -'. ,, t O ar t rl' b

ri , a~Jd' l',: '! '= vivaiiabie olf
ec "'' ;Cese Lontat
+.n i ,,-en qs 0 6i0 5


;.A G i t)Ibe,1' "'ar i t.$rt27 d



AvaiiilabI eblri ,. pist $275
Dte r ne N T'Iephorne
(HlE STE R T.rOMiPSON
2 4771 [ vAnrIs 4-2035

C13070
TWO Bedroom apartments
completely furnished opposite
McPherson Primary School,
Blue Hill Road. South
Telephone available call
telephone No 23287.

C13185
FURNISHED two bedroom
duplex apartment, enclosed
garden, completely
air c ondi toned, automatic
washer, no pets. $260 00
Phone 5 8512.

C13186
ATTRACTIVELY furnished
one bedroom apartment,
airconditioned, fully carpeted,
T.V. Antenna, automatic
washer and dryer. $200.00
Phone 5-8512.

C13068
COTTAGES and apartments
daily, weekly or monthly
airconditioned, fully furnished,
maid service available. Lovely
garden and swimming pool.
Telephone 31297, 31093.


FOR REI


C1310b
STORE OR OFF
Street opposite S
Ample parking
oc upancy Telel


NT MARINE SUPPLIES



I 'n , ;
ihtone .l ]-l 7t : , : j


(13!63
AR T i( Lf H A
F< ir Ir rr r ii P
rt C ,62 t' v il F nr" ' r'
24030
Butch[-r Bov 530( )0
Hamburn ger Mlai h''i' i'C i Q
Slic ing M a,. hi;,r i ;iJ,
Western D,-p' f ,
$775.00
Vegetable Bo' -.,I rij *)U
Cheese Box A 5l lU UO
Milk Bo* 5$l')0 0t
Meat Show Las- %4B 'i
Sales $450 00
2 NCR CdashReqtn,''-.
1 [Wesk
1 Fdlnng Caboirn


C13196
REGISTERED Pinto Ge-.drq.
14 1 7 year o d. ; ,
disposition but needs go.rud
exercise Excellent otPeitial ias
a jumper, easy to shoe and van
Completely sound. Askirng
$700. Phone 2-3264 days.
4-2275 after G p m

PETS FOR SALE

C13142
Purebred German Shepherr'
puppies, 6 weeks old, wormed
After 5:30 p.m. calf 5 2509.

C13188
PUREBRED silver and beige,
blue-eyed Weimaraner Puppies
Plan now to protect your home
with one of these rare Germ n
guard-dogs. Tel. 3-1554-


S PERSONAL


ANNOUNCEMENTS


i rC 1 I rI- 1 "

M i 1d tA St.:s.i
!-v, C"!- 1h


bath'oorm F urnmshed. Phone
7 7.155 or 7 7721

ri3167
ONE -'* bed' oom house,
t.wo bath .rig room TV
:oo.f utlt 'oo! i c p ratio.
hurr' ane '3ri -n.. walled
ardci d.
O''e O-':Te' ..ar l Io' ideal for
Ja ;rer; buildIdng|
0Ce duujep %ot aH!o Wtctomd n

ALSO
One apatf',-e"t s on V ilage
Road 93 x 12-1
One iot or 'ama oi t 100 x
100 Eaterr a R.ad r-ea'
MLPherso- h Rendi Phcone


3 i;98
SBUY N-A'
14,500
,q. l F T
4b ,L)OWN. $45 p, VONTI
LiALL OR VISIT

REAL ESTATE
P C. Box N47W..i
BAY & DEVEAUX ST
TEL 27667, 24815


WANTS TO RENT
C13184
ENGLISH fa il y requires
three bedroom ho u se.
Furnished or u.ifurnished. Call
31651.

I WANTS TO SHARE

C 13 169
YO lady required - share
apartment rw %ontagq -Viiia,'
with schoolteache; Phorit
3 1 765 after p rn


FOR RENT

C13183
1 BEDROOM ar'co toced,
ur a.sh'ed aj "aern t ,-, QuJiet
location ofif Mackey Street.
Re-t $190 Te" 53i115 a'ter 2


S13044
r U P N ib E AND
AIRCONDT' nore
b e d o v ia . a d 1
elfivi-,.c. t -r:a. Don
oPrdc ard at ,' 7 3

C13081
AIRCON r'. NED bedcroor-
apartmn t St riley Pari
Aenue 5$235 Pie 1 month.
Phone 5 -8134.


NASSAU HL.LCRESE
TOWERS
Srn terrace swir'nng Dpool
i Dedto.-n Da Fr:' t, pr!vati-
,rch $250)
1 2 bedroom 2 bath apartment
$43.5
1 3 bedroo-, 2 tath apartments
$445





Or e TW0 B E DPOO .
Aa'.'' new dupie
Ou ir. .1 'i .'.;'',i d Boat A ie



i O' tH A in r.COLONY
LL' n '"- Chi ax "Y""n in(;9


c 13116
EFn CIE NCY APART'iN
in P.'!!m dale Itde al fori e e ,,
gentlem an. Call .1 4 l :
information.

CARS FOR SALE
C13182
1971 DODGE AVENG R.
NEW automatic ttla nsri-. ior
$1,195.00 2 768 da'r.s 3 13 7 v

C13138
T.l I' .:Pii 1300 4 d"o ....
r cu wh1 tewalls Wei, h->W r
f, n toiO'tio, b,
-.vr'l $775 T : 2 ':

c J104
0i' GT COME1 i ,r ,
G o d o r r n r A



BLACK C rh iV' 1
LAPRICA
SL d A L JK KW. v.0- T.
8134


1973 PLYMOUTH SATELLITE

Ji'cO'dit ioi'r(d p ovP! : ;)*, r
a ond itiorn ed i r, .
ruv r sra'l er ra' "


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k13150
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.
USED CAR LIST
1970 HILLMAN MINX
Std Green $850.
1971 VAUXHALL VICTOR
SWV Au'o, brown slor,
1973 PONTIAC VENTURA
D' A Bu.,et .
floor shift S5600
1973 PONTIAC FIREBiRD
ESPRIT 4000 e- v
stereo s$650i.
1970 VAUXHALL VIVA
At'. wh;e .To :
1973 VAUXHALL VIVA 2
WhitPStd. $ 50
Telephone 4ri -t
Located Oaker r i
Oppoite th, l

C13157
19/73 PL','' JTH CLUSTER
3a'corditioned ajdiu ta[..
do(i.. 800 c a. tb800 ,
34-.27 28293 12,000 m


FOR SALE


SALE
SALE
SALE
^he
at
LAURRANE'S HOUSE
OF HOSIERY
Pairmetto Aveniue of
Market Street oppose.*
La'roil FJood Stoul
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BUSINESS PROFESSIONAL


DIRECTORY

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SHOP



PHONE

k [IN b iTkilDietir C91i 21 9860

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SAV TIME MY


ANTENNAS

Island TV 2-2618

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

BUILDERS
Richard's Construction5-7080

CAMERAS
John Bull 2-4252/3

CARPETS
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993

CUSTOMS BROKERS
Martin's 2-3173

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

DRAPERIES
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993

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

ENTERTAINMENT
Movies
Film & Equip. Service 2-2157

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

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


SFor Business


HELP WANTED

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40 51 Salo.
within "'-- D 0I
MAR P FF')-'
INDUS TFRI c
N4 177. N a '.
N41 7/. N~as'd.;


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0 F A N
0 PC Bo"


C) l L AS S T A N f
S,[ ^1 '",[ *l. .'AS''.A F[ R M Liut
' .],'e .-;t r.',!s' -. i oa experience
S 't ' 'i Thoroungh
SL uiiiti ng
p i pi-'- -ine Apply in!
ir ti 11 General
l. e P 0 Box 5/55.


TRADE SERVICES
u 13045


"erag* Ltd.
Mackey Street
-se i-tt Aviennte
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.


HARDWARE
John S. George 2-8421/6

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

LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING
New Oriental Laundry 2-4406

LOCKSMITH
Bahamas LocK & Key
2-4591 ext. C 147

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


MUSIC
Cody's Records


2-8500


OPTICIANS
Optical Service Ltd. 2-3910/1

PRINTING
Wong's Printing 5-4506

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


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

SPORTS GOODS
Champion Sport Land 2-1862

TRAVEL
Playtours 2-2931/7
R. H. Curry & Co., 2-8681/7

TRUCKING SERVICE
Gonzalez Trucking
3-1562/2-4726


And Services


TRADE SERVICES

(unitA%


rVibratory Belt
Vibratory Belt


I'


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I i.FPIV-)NE
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FOR ALL yJou. Gardening
needs, tr i n,'irg. hedging,
prfunng, rr afith ( leaning, for
pri i)p pt jeasorable and
offi ient serve' Call 5-7810'

C13143A
HAVE YOUR patio chairs
rewebbed like oew. For further
pr ti(ulars call Stephen
3-1715. No obligations.

C13134
R & R PROPERTY
MAINTENANCE proudly
anirnounce the opening of their
offices in the Malton House,
Collins Avenue. We mow your
lawn, sproy your plants aid do
any repairs to your home. For
quick and efficient service, call
52539.
C13197
WINDOW AND DOOR
SPECIALISTS
We repair Sliding Glass
Doors, all types of screens,
awning windows, jalousie
windows and doors. Phone
54460 night or day.


TRADE SERVICES TRADE SERVICES


C13144
BAHAMAS ANTENNA
SYSTEMS
Phone 23371 51772
T.V. installations starting at
$145.00.


W-


experience in first class hotels
or gourmet dining rooms
essential (at least 5 years) good
reference and Police Certificate
required.
Interested applicants should
apply to Kings Inn Personnel
Office P. 0. Box F-207,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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


R 5
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WANTED
REAL ESTATE WANTED
C6585
Island, 200 acres or more for
development. Richard A.
Little, 136 Chilean Ave., Palm
Beach Fla. 33480.

REAL ESTATE
C6591
PUBLIC Corporation seeks
income producing properties
and/or land in the Bahamas.
Will trade shares of stock
and/or Florida properties, plus
cash for good investments
Send full details including
location, income, expenses,
price and terms. Contact our
Agent, Compass Realty, Box
344. Miami, Fla. 33164.

FOR SALE
C6590
AIRCRAFT FOR SALE
1967 SKYHAWK
For sale or trade- New paint
and interior. Fresh annual and
100 hours SMOH.
Contact: Ed Embry, Canaveral
Aircraft, P. 0. Box 71, Miami.
Fla. 33164. Phone 895-3734.


HELP WANTED

C 6:87
OUALLIFIED REFRIGE-
R A T I 0 N E X PE R T
REQUIRED: ROOM A/C'S
AND HE AVY DUTY UNITS.
BE- ARI E TO WORK WITH
rMINILMUM SUPERVISION,
P R L V E N T A T I V E
M A I N T E N A N C E
SXPL RIENCE. REFE-
P E N C E S T R A D E
( CERTIFICATES AND
POLICE CERTIFICATE
PRFOUIRED. EXCELLENT
SAIlARY AND WORKING
CONDITIONS. APPLY TO:
Tlt MANAGER. OCEANS
iiOTLLS, LTD. P. 0 Box
f '5i, FREEPORT. GRAND
[AlI AMA.

C6594
CARTER OPPORTUNITY
The Fainriniy Guar dianr
Insurance Co., Ltd. is looking
for ambitious, hard working
men between the ages of 21-40
years old who want to make
Life Insurance work a Career.
He must have a High School
Education, must own reliable
transportation and must not be
afraid of approaching people.
Telephone Freeport 352 7233
between the hours of 9 a.m
5 p.m Monday thru Friday
for anr appointment.

C13192
PASTRY CHEF WITH
XANADU PRINCESS. Must be
fully experienced in assorted
pies, souffles and gourmet
desserts. Knowledge of
chocolate, ice and sugar work
essential Previous experience
in, hotels desirable. Clean Police
Certificate and references
i required.
Interested applicants should
apply to Kings Inn Personnel
Office, P. 0. Box F-207.
Freeport. Grand Bahama.

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

C13191
EXECUTIVE CHEF WITH
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL:
Responsible for complete
supervision of the kitchen.
Experience in menu planning,
Production planning, Staff
training and scheduling
essential. Knowledge of French
and International cuisine
absolutely essential. Previous


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C13190
EXECUTIVE CHEF with
Xanadu Princess Responsible
for complete super vision of the
kitchen. Experience in menu
planning. Production planning,
Staff training and scheduling
essential. Knowledge of French
and International cuisine
absolutely essential. Previous
experience in first class Hotels
or Gourmet dining toooms
essential (at least 5 years) good
reference and police (cer tificate
required.
Interested applicants should
apply to Kings Inn Personnel
Office, P. 0. Box F-207, Grand
Bahama.
C 13193
CHIEF ENGINEER
PRINCESS HOTELS
BAHAMAS Responsible for
the operation of the
Engineering Department of the
King's Inn, Xanadu anrid Golf
Maintenance Division and
the Utility Company, Reports
directly to the Vice President.
Knowledge of Airconditioning,
Refrigeration, Carpentry.
Plumbing, Electricity. Boilers,
Pumps. Sewage treatment
essential. Must be frilly
experienced in preventative
maintenance systems .,. i i,
maintenance and construction
Responsible for purchase of
engineering equipment and
parts, sub-contracts, annual
budgets preparation. Previous
managerial experience essential
in a large hotel complex or
engineering company essential.
Interested applicants please
apply to Kings Inn Personnrel
Office, P. 0. Box F-2017.
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C6595
TEACHER READING
SPECIALIST Must have B.S.
degree. At least 3 years of
experience Must be able to
teach special education
students
In interested, call Sister Mary
Alice, Mary Star of the Sea
School, Freeport 373 3456


CONTROLLER: To he in
charge of entire -Hotel
Finance al Departmi ent and all
finances 5-10 years cxperie nce
and a B S. Degree in
Accounting Police and Health
cert licate requtl .ed
Interested pe, ,ons apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL,
WEST END, GRAND
BAt IAMA. Personnel Of rice
between the hours of 9 00 a.mo
and 3.00 p.m., Monday
through Friday [:on Martin,
Jr. Personnel Director
C 6592
OF FICE MANAGER Mustt be
completely Bi Lingual in
Spanish and English with
typing, accounting and
bookkeeping experience and
ability. Typing minimum 70
words per minute, shorthand
80 words per minute in both
Spanish and English.
Accounting Payrool. Material
and Labour Code experience.
Bahamian only.
Apply in person to: Mr. Terry
Hill, Coral Garden, Unit 3 1.
Office 4, Western Hemisphere
Electric Co, Ltd., Freeport.


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C6596
METERMAN Must be
qualified to connect/
disconnect and read and record
accurately electric meters.
Required to inspect for signs of
tampering Must know
Freeport area well
MECHANIC Mechanic needs
to have several years
experience in maintenance and
overhaul of mechanical
equipment (Pumps, turbines,
compressors, valves, etc.)
commonly in use in an
electrical Power Plant.
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
To senior officer. Significant
prior experience as secretary
required.Must be fast and
accurate at shorthand, typing,
filing; able to handle visitors
and telephone calls.
GANG LEADER
STEVEDORINGG) Must
have sufficient experience as
gangleader to control gangs and
ensure safety of men and
cargo. Must know gear and
rigging. Must be able to fill in
as Winchman, Hatchwayman or
Craneman. Must accept other
duties when there is no
stevedoring.
Apply to: Personnel
Department, Grand Bahama
Port Authority Limited, P. 0.
Box F-2666 or 30C Kipling
Building, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.












Friday January 11, 1974





GRAND BAHAMA









(6188 C13189
GENERAL MANAGER for! FOOD & BEVERAGE
I uxuoy ResoNt Hotel, must be MANAGER Kings Inn
a ( 'I, :. Giadhiate or Responsible for the operation
eqCi!..'le) t with At least ten of all Food & Beverage outlet
(10) ,yeais expo ience in the and functions in th
Hotel hiuess in Manager ial Convention Facilities
level anid must be able to Knowledge of Foo
t avel. Production Planning an
',pplv UI(iYAN BEACH controls Menu Plannin
IOTEL. P .E Bux F-3361 French & Internation
Foep. t. Cuisine. Purchasing Fooi
Beverage, Equipment, Sta
Planning, Food & Beverai
60589 Service, Budgeting essential
GARDENFtR for luxury Htotel. Previous experience as a Foo
Must have kno.viedge of ail & Beverage Manager of
phases of i ..i ,,i pruning of successful operation in a larn
shi ubho y, etc. hotel essential.
GENERAL MANAGER for Interested applicants apply t
uiXr(y Resoit Hotel, must be a Kings Inn & Golf Club, P. (


(L-'1 dge d dra Pu.jte or equivalent
with at l.-.t tn !(10) years
e-peerinc-e il the 1fotel
busini.'ss in M1'iiagerial level and
i. st b, it e io travel.
Apply : Ryalr Lucayan Inn, P.
() Bo-. 477, r ieepoit.


rit F A."AIl Y GUARDIAN
ji: 'RB'ANCF CO., LTD. is
,ceking their right women to fill
the post of ADMINIS-
IRAT IVE ASSISTANT. She
tm-rst have five years experience
1 accoLlting aind know how
to co ordinate the duties of the
Pioiut itinj and the Secretarial
Stalf. Fur aln appointment t call
Foeeport 352-7233.


CROSSWORD

PUZZLE
ACROSS 2; P ,
1 ai S -. 8 Fury
'C RarJa is
RRemote 30 hIn rg,'t
1 G'.r mp s .' s"

3 n:pr ad s 34 Palm off
river 35 Cihalce
I Uht of srund 36 Macaw
intensity 37 Swindle
6 Panorama 40 Maingold
17 International genus
language 44 Dangle
8. Descendant 45 Finial
of Aaron 46 Period of time
0. Y' u i r'.r son 47. Vassal
22. Fathoms 48 Russian river
26 Bailiwick 49 Hacy


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SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE


DOWN
1. Eccentric
2. Fictitious
name
3 Mishap


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AP Ne'.eotlures


1-12


As Rollo has other work to do Rupert decides
to stay a little longer and help Granny in her
search tor the onions. But no sooner has he
parted from Rollo than he hears a scuffling
and spins round to see Raggety hoppi[r along
behind the gipsy boy. "Now why is he
following Rollo ? wonders Rupert Realising


4. Father superior
5. Dakotan
6. Organ stop
7. Ear bone
8. WMld banana
9. ?'Paer bead
10. Lrs, i;ed
15. Brain wave
19. Myina of
Holhywcod
2Nr. '4irewitnal
2: D'vis sos"R
22 'iaEkenea
2,. "e god
25. 1. n
27. Drugged
30. ifesterpiece
31. Grieved
33. ft- o,0
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37. 1,a g;rl
28 Lyach
hard
39. "-',el
41. CG-.reas
a2iress
42. Bnrnbyx
43. Sea,,for Ervin


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Box F-207, Freeport. Grand
Bahama.

C6597
GENERAL MANAGER -with
extensive experience directing
all aspects of offset &
letterpress print shop
including; sales, layout, work
orders, planning, co-ordinating,
p'. ,'-r.:Ja j production sche-
dule & deliveries; responsibility
for typesetting, camera, presses
& bindery operations;
administration including all
accounting, quotations,
pricing, billinq, credit.
collections & purchasing.
Reply in writing to: Grand
Bahama Printing Co., Ltd., P.
O Box F-11, Freeport, G.B.I.


S-CARROLL RIGHTER'S

S^tOROSCOPE
Af GEN^ from the Carroll Righter Institute
V f /GENERAL TENDENCIES : Minor a nnoyances
are likely today. Your desire to have i .u. r:, inr,
work perfectly requires a considerable amount of effort on
your part. Don't neglect daily responsibilities for they are the
means to build a better future.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Ideal day to get much work
done no matter what your sphere of endeavor may be.
Institute more order around you. Have fun tonight
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Avoid the rush so you can
start the weekend on the right note. Get important work done
early. Evening is best time for amusements
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Get the odds and ends of
your work done early and then put your house in good order
Evening is fine to be with good friends
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Get busy early at
handling correspondence, making reports, etc., and close the
work week efficiently Be logical.
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) Go over your budget carefully
and see how you can improve your financial position. Make
improvements to home that will add to its value.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Study your appearance and
know where to make any needed improvements Attend the
social tonight and make a good impression on others
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You have many personal
matters to handle so be sure to do in a most efficient way.
You routine work should be done early m the day
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Contact friends and
coordinate your efforts so that mutual projects work out
nicely. Don't neglect to pay important bills
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec. 21) Forget all that talking
with others and get busy at the career matters that are
important to your advancement Be wise
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Make sure you contact
those persons who can give you the information you need at
this time. Engage in favorite hobby tonight
AQUARIUS (Jan, 21 to Feb. 19) Try to eliminate whatescr
is unpleasant in your relationship with others and improve
your alliance. Discuss future plans with mate
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Talk over policy matters with
associates and come to a far better understanding.
Complimenting mate brings the affection you need
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will get
into every detail of whatever work is to be done and for this
reason will do things better than most others feaLh the ideal'
behind whatever is to be done and don t permit y'ur
youngster to get so deep in detail that all else Is l-,t Send tIo
the right college and success will follow
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you n ake of
your life is largely up to YOU!


Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
The hand below came up at
the Eccentric Club. South was
former Dutch international,
Ueosge Lengyel.
iealer aouth: Love All
North
S9842
0J 76
West East
A Q J 10 63
J 8 6 10 754
a 5 OK10K 98 5 3
J 6 5 4 Son 32
4K 7 5
V A K
4 Q 10 9 7 3
South West North East
14 Dble. 1 NT 20
Dole. 24 34
West leads the OQ. What's
going to happen ?
Declarer has three spades and
two diamonds to lose and he
doesn't know, of course, about
the unlucky trump break.
And yet, George Lengyel made
34.
Going up with the C0A, he
cashed his AK, crossed to the
kA and ruffed a heart. Then he
exited with a spade. Fearing that
whatever he did would cost a
trick, West led a heart. Lengyel
ruffed in dummy, discarding a
spade from his hand, and put
West in again with the 4A.
Whatever tne return, he would
have nine trucks: five trumps,
including three ruffs in the closed
hand, tine OA, the VAK and a
heart ruff In dummy.
West could have defeated the
contract when he was in with
the first spade. Declarer had
eight tricks, no more, even if he
scored all his five trumps. The
ruff and discard was his ninth
tr.ck.


that the little troll's home is now unguarded,
he waits until Raggety is at a safe distance.
" Did he takt that straw hat?" thinks Rupert
" He wouldn't tell me one way or the other."
Rupert kneels and peers into the hollow. It's
rather dark." he mutters. "but I can see
something there."


Rupert and Raggety Again-19


"There's no harm in just looking." Rupert
glances over h!s shoulder to make sure
Raggety is not around, then he wriggles Into
the hollow. It's not as deep as I thought,"
he mutters as he lowers himself carefully. The
light from the opening is enough for Rupert
lo make out several things lying on the earthy


floor. So Raggety was the culprit I he cries.
" Here's Odmedod's straw hat. And Sam's
doormat. And oh. there's Granny's string of
onions too! Raggety couldn't get any nuts
so he must have stored these away for his
winter food. I know he eats the strangest
things ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


Chess
By LEONARD BARDEN




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White to play and Ain T.hin
t voa:" i; ;, l; : r.' e
v;nn id (i ch
co'nhl n. iot11.
Par times: 10 s"'ct id iia t-er
or expect 30 secjncds, county
player: 2 minutes. club tandara:
a minutes. ave:j2e; a15 minutee'
novice.
Chess Solution
1 KtxP' B.RQ: 2 Kt Kt f i.
K-BI: 3 B Q6 ich' Q-: 34
R-KN mate.


Ni t.32!*I Iy TIM MIhK t
Aero .'s
I. alrimiersi like to reai atliout
these price.,. (:., 5)
7. The Snake I'.ts hihtefl rler
M. On the sheltered h.l," I4!
9. ('able lies i( nag ). i i 1)
II. Ilgring animal. ( I
I Flower. (5)
13. Optic. (3)
14. ('arryllin Iil)
17. Halt. (4)
IN. Rhlt. 44)
l>. ('onitnerl'ill repreisenta'ill c
('Il
I1 Regulation (4)
22. Water plant. (4)
i:. In clumsy fir gashin In).

I. Smiiall-tlime antorir l. :5
'2. (ilosip. (I'. 4)
3,. ied linen. (-)
4. Pa'iyment for u,'e if ri>:ul
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(i. I) e -
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(4)
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(3) Y 1. It'i t oni


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H A HELI MO R AN / YOU LOOK WELL
FEW MINUTES AGO i ARE YOU READY TO THIS MORNING ,
AID SHE'D BE DOWN MAKE ROUNDS KAREN'
,*)ORTLY/ HERE SHE
COMES NOW-- l


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By DAL CUTtS
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SBULYOU DIDN'T FOLLOW OCtI 'S
ORDERS / I CALLED I.ER T Ct rCK L.
ON 1tU YESTERDAY Af-TagNOON
AND THE SWITCHBOARD
SAIlD 'YOU'D -
SIGNED OUT/ / I WENT 1TOMPEN
-1 THE EVENINO wITHv )
A FRiEND'
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JUDGE PARKER By PAUL NICHOLSI



















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IT' OU PARTMEr JONE'-I'LLPEAK TILL I ET WHAT WAITING UATO lO x A E t
LETTER OF JANUARY BTH, NG YOU? FOR THE PAST COUPLE ,
S WE SHOULD OF AYS YOU SOUND KE I THE EVEPE,
S, A T L TC... HS -OMEONE I'VE JUST CALLED
UP FROM THE

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'TS YOUR PARTNER, JONE!. ILL PEAK TILL I GET WHAT'S WAITING TO

POY ALLINN HERE.', TAKEMIIEU /
FROM RIDA. /OTH5 AND

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ITS IN THE ENVELOPE TELL YOU./
WITH AH DIRECTIONS! FOLLOW THEM
THEN COME BACK AND WELL --U/,..
COMPLETE THE AGREEMENT.


SHAME ON YOU.I WHY
CAN'T YOU DREAM
EDUCATIONAL THINGS THAT
WILL IMPROVE YOUR MIND?


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Friday January 11, 1974


Liinrp 'or Satourdda
racing

2 1 eapi E .

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I te; iin!iu I 284
G!.'r4 ''4tp er 1
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9 i ihlsjr i

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I HIRi) RA I o 6 ur1,,n ,
SSuargaer I! 1
2 Ral n i
I Star Ilrek
S .-n.hs Kha ne
N a t i it I: ;
8 M'igil ,r mi.i u 1'
9. iung Bjahaminar,
tag (arrr r Ir
hiamrnd r;
Terah .I

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2 t asper" t hld id
3 lishi -
4 tlint i I i


Mi.s \.Wantage


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: 5' 1 1 < P.,i f Rtlv
S 4 : ur
I I 5 n \ ,lhne
I< Kmightl) M.inmr
I I l t S ip r(, n
I1 i l1 erty t'B ell


m] I "r 1 Aied
1 14 laIn I\ it
24 1 VrI +1H NI 1
4 2 Real Nc'I
S14 nia 4ii r lie v i1
2- 4 Ri4n1 I"..
d e.Ill 1 i ft )ra


122 I


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1 IS




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i 1 4
II trlgimiri
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1t!4


, RoSal Mail 118
57 linchester 1 15
4 IlAssinatoir iS
4 'armichael Queen 114
Also ligiihles
Sreet Rose 114
I IGHT [HI RA( 2 1 urlongs
I Consider \1e 17
2. Queen oit the Road 117
3 tigarll, 117
4. ,)rii)i 117
SI'(p Secret 117
C hira Doll I
. Sir I rancis 120
S. Mis.s C'hi. I 17
4. Roman l anter 11I
Also F ligibles
Mis Pumpkin 117
)ioe 1Dc 120
Step in f ine 1 I"7
Hoti lome 11 1 17


Last-gasp Deborah


A N
LARD^^


LI-A 't I leading Strachann
Auto Alrkans take on second
place defending chai.pions'
Kentucky C1olo 1 in 111th
second gahnc night i the \
F. Adderei, ;.lmi
The t ..1 1- a "C t" '
BahanAs ;1i:it.'r Ba-kothJ !
ASSOcli.! n P1arad le I 1 .a.g11
statistics . -iplIed bv !h i "
statisto ra:. I hr"i Fergus4 n
lielJ .),. p.-renta ep
fg fga p, ;


41 iH.1 :I
1 I t'
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200 44 44
2349 2
2 21 5- .Q 1i '1 f 4.

i50 4H i, j H Iarnc
s'trai hdan s)


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45 1
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(K iN t SS teamn capm.;:
% M .-., Pros.1 wish Wd "he'. 1I. .
4,r opposition ,L44 i ,st : ,
thei: .p'nig gjun
sec nid hai o ;t mlie B.i :--
Bowling Ansiation' \ii'.
S t c-u .:t n hlir t i :'c
wV idt! go tha ;l! .
incentc r e ,, I'owl.
iHowc er. wth .h.t '. e
I mducC TIC el he'\ i 4h -'J
uinne, iped i
Insur. I'. _-'- a -4 4.1
and h "''5 '"! d 'rMt ("*1L '
t i .
"We list c" lIdn'l et
together." s'.il( Sl.lj" C "
capital : Bradle\ tr'
following heir loss "'I belic's
%'4te w4cr,- Irmg tor hard h.
beat them'" h1e said,
(GuIinness who captured the
first hadlf b\ '4% 1wiee game a;
rnadc their prescilcc cit i tisl-
tn the l:i!s ga.t'.w tlhes ', ,k i iL
lead trii hie first tra',,' id
held it thr, iighoutl
W. ith n' istc art'!1 i;:' a
=i0 ii;i ( 'i"L ( harles d: !
h r l v { .I t '; ( G u i n e s s hi c i ,i :


S 4 r .. r k
S' 4 14 e


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142
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142
I 1 "1 I
145
1 61


I inker's Paint, the most
Tunderrat tea1.111 in the M11 ideira
I1 c;aue got ott 41n the winning
pj last 1iighlti when behind
the 'ilmng ot 0( Tarplc\ and
RSh~i, 1di i l-\a5is' -topped K.
A( 2\ui 1 2-1 lr i4 porssessiion
ndt -ec, ., place.
l irple\ rolled, a team high
ot 455 and -\dans had a 422 as
I inkcr s captured the first two
1ames "'2-()06. 774-727,
't')o;-c dropping the final

Ker Sinds, I: I a game
hibgh 4 21 150(181 for K. C.
rt,,h :' (arirtwliJit had a 426.


Rebpt ,,IId'
PP
41 Spen1 e 4





Fi Shillsi
g' arrcirs) 1
Ir 11411
I rvansr
(iStradilrr 41 1 .

4 ra1ors) 1r
I i 4rte 1 1
J Barnex
(Strach.an .') 1 3
" Baml
Pt',,lice1 13
i J ohhs, I
(Stratihan s) 1 3
A. Rolle
tJ in Hl] ull) 1 2
V1 Pmnier
(( olowels 14
C. RRodgers
(I'ros) 1
J. H r :illar I
ii hrr1ors41 14
!I 1 > ke -
iJ ,h i Hutll i 1


avg.
24 5

21 0

I" 5

17i S

16.1


14 2
14.0

1 3 3

8A6
7.1
5.9

55


League leading bowler 11,..
AlburI l ollet d scores ot 10(8.
230 ard 205 foi a game high
total of 60'3, leading Alburr's
Supply to a 3-0 victory over
defending champs sso Tigers.
Pern' Cooke added to
Albuir's attack with a
213157t61. Charles Cooke had a
2041 560).
Sidney French rolled a team
high of 171(506) for the
Tigers. Kena/ Russell scored a
I1 -5(48 ).

IT\ Lunn. bowling well over
his 157 average rolled scores of'
H4. 172 anrid 165 leading
Printhard's to a 3-0 victory
over lHeineken
Winston scored a 156(438)
for Heineken.


In /cphyr League action
Wednesday. Amour defeated
Maura's 3-0; Home Furniture
stopped New Oriental 3-0. and
Super Vaiiue defeated
tIlhompsun 2-1


P Hepburn
(Strachan'si 13
(;. Alhuts
(Nangoes) 8
A I orbes
(Roals) 12
1). Patton
(Strachan s) 10
W Johnson
(Pros) 13
(; Monlur
(Warriorsi 1
rO1AL POINTS
A. Humes
('Aarriors) 14
C. Bain
(Police) 13
S. Quailt
((Colnels) 8
I. WMcSweency
(Pros) 13
J. Barnev
(Strachani'si) 13
J. Martin
(Colonels) 1 I1
T. Humes
(Nangoesl) 13
A. Rolle
(John Bull I 12
A "Voodside
(Police) 8


73

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54

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liquidate i, but (GBC felt it
shouldd b- kept open because of
the ietp:ercussir oins on the
0 I11 pat.1 1 and cotLint ry's
'Conoinll1 general.
1Ie said (1 B( t had Inow
assumeiiCld the da\ -to-day
manaiageImeni t r. .. .'linilii ..
for the Sonesta and since then
there had been an overall
i llpro, nei ncti 4 ot ahou t S
million, although this still did
not make the company
profitable, he noted.
The 400-roum Sonesta was
constructed at a cost of $15 5
million. As a result of its
continuing financial difficulites
it advised government in early
19'72 that it it was to survive
economically it must have a
casino on the prelliises.

'I his information was
communicated to the House of
Assembly by tourismm Minister
Clement Maynard.
rhe appeal for a casino, had.
and still has the support of
New Providence hotels which


feel that they are losing
business to Paradise Island
Shortly before this however,
the future position of casino
gambling in the country was
raised by Deputy Prime
Minister Arthur Hanna Mr.
Ilanna informed the HIouse of
proposals from both casino
companies seeking government
' involvement" in the
ownership and management of
the three gaming
establishments
As a result a House
committee was appointed to
consider what government's
future approach on casinos was
to be
This committee never
reported back and
consequently died when the
session ended
Since then the government
has announced it is to assume
the ownership and
management of casino
gambling in the Bahamas from
1978 when existing licences
expire.


Sharon Bascomi scored a
game high of 24 points
yesterday leading Govcrn ment
High School Senior Girls to a
45-18 victor` o\er W,.
Y.'ung Senior Girls.
With Bascom scoring 14 in
the first half. G II.S. took a
cormnandiring 26-6 lead beIorc
4,itscoring I. W Young l11-1
in the second half.
minda Woodside added eight
and Karen Turnquest nine lor
(;.l.S.
('. Saunders and J. iPoitier
each scored six points tor L.4 W.
Youne.


Defending Senior (Girls
Basketball Champs St.
Augustine's (College behind the
26-point performance ,4 t
Denise Moss clobbered 'rincc
Williams I ligh senior girls 46-(,
yesterday.


(' ('. Sweeting High senior
girls withdrew from the series
so R. M. Bale \ High went up
one in the win columin.


Winsome Davidson of St. John's
Aquinas' guard Alice Wells.


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for first place tie


BABA Paradise League statistics


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GOVERNMENT SUPERVISED PARIMUTUEL
BETTING.
COMFORTABLE AIR CONDITIONED DINING
ROOM & BAR OVERLOOKING THE TRACK.


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SHE CLINCHES WIN -WITH

JUST 30 SECONDS LEFT
By GLADSTONE T[HI R11s I ',
DFBORAH Stubbs, with 30 seconds ren ; ,,,;" :n the game.
scored with an offensive rebound lifting -\Cqiinas College Senior
Girls from a 29 all tie to a 34-29 victory mcer St. John's C'ollcge
Senior Girls yesterday at the Garfunkel Auditorium.
Going into the final quarter trailing yi two- points. St. John's
on baskets by key players Winsome 1Davids ,n and Masi Bullard
went ahead by four points.
It was then Aquinas put the tree0e on them andM hginning with
a one for one free throw b\ lop sorer Joce Thomnipson kept St.
John's scoreless throughout the remainder of the game
A soft jumper by Sliane S4weeting brought Aquinais one behind
29-28 before I'hompson again at the line scored mone t two free
throws to tie the gain,,
To make things i,,tse for St. John's. D)asdlsn aidl Janet
Bethel in that period were sidelined hy fIols.
Following Stubbs' lead off basket, St. John',. were hit !N two
consecutive technical fouls one of which Thompson scored_ Alice
Wells took the inbound pass to the basket giving \kuiinas thci!
first victory in the Interscholastic Basketball series .
Thompson topped Aquinas with 14 points. PJula I;rint added
11.
Davidson scored a game high .iif 17 tor St. John'1. Bullar! had
five.
In the game that was dominated b1 nm11111M11 tL:1t1,-ers. St.
John's took the lead 8-5 by the end (,I the fst (,quarter and
increased 18-10 by the half.
It was going into the third quarter that A quinas beg ii; io show
their strength. Thompson oi pencd th.iat pen.'r. \i hIi tIv.
consecutive baskets and (rant ca.ine bak withk% [h1- e p.,''i 1pl:N
moving Aquinas one behind.
Following a St. John'. time out. Dasids ,n si\% them three
ahead, but the combination of Thompson and (;1ant proved wrongg
once more lifting the Aces to a 21-20 lead
Ailhiiigh the lead changed hands 'ncc imrc i 'o4e v b'askeIs,
by Thompson clinched a 25-23 edge for thIe A.ce ,"oig into the
tinal quarter.


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St. Johns College's Janet Bethel goes up for two while
Aquinas Aces' Joyce Thompson advances helplessly.


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