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Sribunu


(Regatered with Postmaster of Bahamas for postage concessions within the Bahamas > NRSsau and Bahama Islands Leadin
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VOL. LXX1, No. 41 Saturday January 2 1, 974 e 20


Cuban govt. to fight fishermens case


By SIDNEY DORSETT
THE COMMUNIST Government of Cuban Prime
Minister Fidel Castro yesterday made known its intention
to fight the case of sixteen of its fishermen detained in
custody by police on charges of fishing in Bahamian
territorial waters between January 8 and 9.
The announcement by the Cuban Government resulted
in first pleas not being taken when the masters and
crewmen of the trawlers Sarderi, Gu (.rrileru and I 'err,:
appeared before Magistrate Emmanuel Osadebay Friday
afternoon.
They had their case deferred to Wednesday. January
16 by the magistrate who granted them bail in the amount
of $6,000 each and remanded them in custody until it was
paid.
Their pleas are to be taken on Wednesday when they are
expected to appear with counsel.
Included in the group was Capt. Edelmir Valdes


Heurtado, a 31-year-old former convict of the Bahamian
Courts. The fisherman was formerly convicted and fined
$250 or six months on January 14. 1965 by a Long Island
Commissioner on charges of poaching at South End, I onu
Island.
The remaining fifteen include his crew members aboard
the "Guerrilera," Rolando Torre and Fernandt Paneca,
accused of unlawfully fishing about 450 feet off Grodon's
Point, Long Island about 2:45 p.m. on January 8. And
Ferro captain. Israel Saustre Telle, 34, Rafael Ruis Gutierre,
Robero Geraro Estrada, Canielo Espinosa Crusate and Jose
Rodriques Alvares on the same charge.
Sardero captain Ramon Vidal Gutiffres, 46. and his crew
members, Miguel A. Snakes, Ridiverto Doval Roque,
Ventura Blanco Martines, Elias Blanco Martines, Orlando
Santana, Ramone Vidal Navarro and Antoni were charged
with attempting to take fish about two miles south of
Gordon's Point. Long Island on January 9.


DST no problem Citizenship
checks are

Stourism'PM being made

t citizenship atIlications is die


I ill II111 or not the
Bahamas switched to Daylight
Saving Time was a less importa it
influence on tourism than the
avail ability of means for travel
to t islands, Primne Minister
Lynu Pindling -aid on
"Mar Notebook" .isi night
Mr. Pindlin" was inteorN:wcd
Mars Kelly on t, e
anniversary of his seventh yeair
in office. Tnc prog'raiuine
unfortuna,_iy, was marred by
transmitsiion difficulties from
ZNS.
C'onime ni Ing on the
govern nent's controvier it;l
decistiin to stay on irl' atJl
Tinie. the Prime Mini'-er said
the n.din reason the U wtS. vn
to 1" m winter
;.'to)s,1 S mi.
'There is no need in the
Bahamas for this, and it would
likely be inconvenient to mant
Bahamians, particularly
children who would have to
start in the dark," he said.
It was his view that the time
difference did not create a
problem. Mr. Pindling pointed
out that there were three time
/ones in the U.S., and when
one moved to IFurope there
was another /one. "So we


By NICKI KELLY

dthn'ti 'ally think it would be
really a problem because the
' S went to Daylight Saving

I lh Bahamas would bhe
,.:n ile to DST when it usually
did so right after Easter, "If a
problem does develop w.s' will
Wte how it develops in these
ihree monthils and ve will he
abhi m' o i' i something about it.
OI tlR FACTORS
"'I here are niore important
factors intluenci;n' t'-ii !i!
than DS1," the Prini Mliiimer
said.
"Thie all.ihilits, of cats,
the frue Tien !' '!'- t) the
Bahamas and the availability of
fuel for boats is much more
important to us and the tourist
industry than DST."
While it was true some
inconvenience might be caused,
it was more an inconvenience
to the clerk who had to tell
someone to be there mone hour
earlier or later.
"1I don't think that it is a
problem it we are prepared to
do our job," he commented.
Asked what could bhe doie


to preserve the touisti
industry, Mr. Pindling said the
big problem was to see whether
the Bahamas could tind w;i-
and means of restoring group
cancellations of visitors wlho
were to hase come to thl
Bahamas bI :harter.
It was therefore necessary\ tfi
help these people obtain tuec
so that once here the, ,,uild
'rav.Iel ,cwk. "I his is what L-
need ,- right now." i'
lPrinme Mi ii',ji said.
IP i delc to preserxc the
cotil petitl ieness oi the
Bahamas, he continued, it was
necessary as Iliirinsiii Minister
('Clement Maynald had said, to
upgrade the product.
"There are many news
competitors colining along.
When the fuel crisis ends I
think there will be a new
upswing again in tourism and
we will have to be able to take
advantage of it."
Mr. Pindling predicted that
tourism would continue to be
the biggest money earner for
the Bahamas for some time.
While it might share the
spotlight with some other
industry it would never be
displaced.


to the fact that the
government wishes to run
checks on a number of those
people applying.
Discussing the question on
"Mary's Notebook," Prime
Minister Lynden Pindling said
there had been about 1500
applications submitted to
date
"We have done some of the
wives of Bahamians, but we
haven't gotten down to
registration and naturalization
cases as yet because we would
want to make checks on a
number of people and would
wish to settle the basic
criteria before we proceed."
Mr Pindling said.
The delay he added, "is
because we regard citizenship
as the most important prize
the Bahamas has to give."


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SIXTEEN CUBAN FISHERMEN, taken into custody by police earlier this week, are shown returning happily to Cen-









C ."I It1 'i's from anel d isussion

cI ati o ro'irNus I M i ll
protestsovertheSIXTEEN CUBAN expe FISHERMEN, taken into custody by police earlier this week, are shown returnin honalppily this is hate are
their Pc e station ciont yestanrday due tbein charged with fouisr hing or hell ,ts ing move the Bahamiand.

end t i'Urgent' buin ftsa Gardinkeeps Outtenild s1) 1)1 SIPLaway
grolp i tl Move the et c On nace earrhe A Ihaveasituatowherepan el d i
cal: i a e ipait n i l a s "t'N 1 1, ,n 0- t platfo'it s anl d hc s' nn rcpcsc ttat e i ittd People to present
protests over thei ant!ice expected 'roni tht ri p session, pr .iii ql tnic' olator this. whate made
other election tetan due o the l tur -u I hishe l r i g t mo ve the Bahat if it mias
hal e cs i r 't 0 to n ai::' i t le It evt n candit 'i"a t h' n P it'' I i cal de it t c "i awi\ candidate to"



group ithit orf 'nised i- i iembll ers and it h ilub lic were Parts ca ttdidatc. Sinclair at.:d the! could delegate a
night's ",p .-' at tic Mr. Fawke- ite ; i, :,- Outten, \ho was i r.; tan; c to present their
Stephen D '.:l l': ';: .:! Sclo, {ot nii .- i i l.t ;:1 I.-' 1 ro'. < \ estc rday o,; Age i.; explain their
on Wui t t iad si.irpi Arthur F:oulkes, the 1', i -'""" .
criticism,' \r FIawkes tfo hit Nationai \1loe'ns 'n! ,'omiinee. In 'ependeti Wenfred ')tudle\ Williams has a
"childish" behaf iItur :ind i and Ruby Ann ( ooper Darling. "Site" Heastie. .lt.Ihoglt late in representative here. Unlike
was oiin the organisirs iindepetd:.ti arrisgm,i did shitow up But he others, lie told us two weeks in
insistence on tight control o! Orig.nised !.d b o u r s walked outt oi the "meeting advance that he had an
the li)it'. that averted st andard-bearei, unionisi W Ahlel he learned Ir. Outten important engagement tonight,
disappointment for the crowd Dudley Williams, \as ,ibsei woi'id not be present, because, and he asked if it was possible
oif atiost 500 people biut he 1-ihad his ihiismpaiiign he said, it was Mr. Outten's to change the date. It was
1r-en so. the audience t i iain ger, cii .i ,i, resignation t roi the St. impossible so wc accepted Mr.
did not get all that they had president David Knowles. B.,rntabas sc t i .. V h :' ,- .' i,.-


'Some Bahamians prefer to



stay unemployed' says PM


H 11 \11MI \\S were chided
by Priime Minister Ly nden
Pindling last night for sitting
back and waiting for a handout
rather than accomplishing
something for themselves.
"'One of the utn fort unate
consequences of 1967 is that
Bahanmians lost their initiative.
They sit back more now and

Tribune founder's
daughter dies
MRS. Evelyn Phillips, age
70, died in the Roosevelt
IlHospital in New York
s esteida at 12 15 p.in
following a heart attack oni
Sutinda
A Registered Nurse, Mrs
Phillips spent most of her life
in New York after qualifying as
a nurse about 50 years ago.
Funeral services will be
held at Cooks Funeral Home.,
117 West 72nd Street, New
York on Wednesday
Mrs. Phillips ., survived by
two brothers. Sir I tienne
Dupuch and the lion Fugene
Dupuch, Q.C and a number of
nephews and niece,s
Mrs. Phillips was the
younger daughter oi itie late
Leon I- l i. 1)uputch.
founder-Editor of lie I bitline.
Mr and Mrs Eugene
Dupuch Ftienne Dupuch Jr
and Henry Pyfronm will fy to
New York on Tuesday to
attend the funeral. 1hey svill
return to Nassau on Friday.


i0JECTiiiTips
DO'S & DON'T FOR
YOUR PROJECTOR
00 keep slides and movie film
clean by using Kodak Movie
Film Cleaner.
DON'T bend slide mounts. (they
may stuck in certain projectors)


wait for soImeonei to prodilice
....m i. killing for hinm to take
advantage of." he said in a
nationwide broadcast.

I'he Prime Minister's
observations were made on
"Mary 's Notebook," where lie
has hbcn an annual guest onm
the anniversary% of the
Progressive I ibcral Parti 's rise
to power.
Assessing thie past ,sevcI
years, hie told intelvicwer Ma',t
Kell that Bahamiinans had
!coeInc \ l mullch seleti't\C"
inll terms of the tipe o t
c mpilo innt they wes ic'
prepared to iind rltikc.
"I he\ tell y-1 w\hl at kind -1
job they want .id the pi\ lic\
want," lie said. A ind if nl lit ii
was what was expected tlth im,'P
wais turned dowttn. \Appalenl tI
they preter that the\ remain
uncimiploetd." Mi. Pilidling
remarked.
ITh Pliii li n M st1 i istc
acknowledged itht h t icie ast
always room or mnm piollC' it
within the gt)ernmiient
however there was haidl ain\
doubt about the ba:,ic
pro position tbhait tic
Progressive Liberal Part\
government was a majority
government imple ending the
policies the majority wished
implemented.
"Iven if there is too munih
expectation no10 one can
complain of that. Every
to\Cernment comlles to power
with the intention of achieving
certain things. In the minds of
the public this soon becomes an
all-cncompassing list, and there
is bound to be a backlash of
some sort when everything is
not done."
One of the areas of the
economy experiencing thi


almost tineinplos itcent was the
construction inHdustry, Mr.
Pindling said. 1 here was also
the fear o "forced
unemploym ient" inthe hotel
inldustr as .1 result of
cancellations aristite from the
fuel crisis.
"TIhey mas w h. ; lie forced to
la, oft people which will add a
rcmendous burden to the
present situation." lie said,
lnowever a itt c more
"get-up and-go" could ieldI
considerably more benefits for
thi work force, lihue sc.d
"We have to tr.iii' people ifn
iimor than book .-.i ning. We
ihu\ to train thi.'! o doi
thin s."


CLP LEADER Randol
Fawkes, above, pulled a chair
into service to elevate
himself into full view of the
crowd at Stephen Dillet
Primary School last night as he
temporarily took over the
meeting to protest the presence
of unionist David Knowles to
speak on behalf of candidate
Dudley Williams. At right,
independent Wenfred Heastie
tells the crowd that he won't
participate in the "rap session"
because PLP nominee Sinclair
Outten failed to show up. Also
pictured are Mr. Fawkes, FNM
candidate Arthur Foulkes,
David Knowles, and
independent Ruby Ann
Cooper-Darling. Photos: Philip
Symonette.


v'^ W


SUIT AGAINST PRAISES
SUIT AGAINST OSADEBAY STYMIED PASSES
BAPTISTS'


( 01 ml ) N N E A 1L T H
Liabour Party candidate
Randol Fawkes has written
the Bahlaamas Baptist
Misionars and Educational
Convention congratulating
them on their condemnation
oft government's plan to
;ilhllt own and operate
caMino gambling in the
Bahamas.
"In the past gamblers have
dictated the national policy
of our government in
complete disregard for the
welfare of the people. If this
practice is allowed to
continue unchecked, the
whole body politic will
become more corrupt," Mr.
Fawkes said in his letter.
The Baptists of the
Bahamas this week issued a
statement that they were not
prepared to support any
government which advocated
the perpetuation of casino
gambling in the country,


StPRI 11 ( 01it R JI lli S t11. ;raihamli
muled Cseciida\ llil ,nll 1 action lort i tl 12, 1
against Magitrcat I nianuel Osadebha could
not tie i eight i 1 1\rs. Palircia Jones1 tmi lit he
Magistrate's tOldet regarding her lhad been
qulashed.
Mrs. Jours. .1 senior court cle k, tiled suit
against Mag;istrate Osadebal last Ma\ clainiung
dainages Ioi \\so it ig1ul arrest anid talse
imprisonmnient as the result of a M.iich 23
incident when Mis. Jones was detained in a cell
at Central Police station on orders of the
magistrate.
MISBI HIAV I)
The writ also named police officer (onstIable
508 Sidnet Mcl'hiee "as servant or agent olu the
magistrate'" in catr ing out his instietions.
On June 13 counsel for the defendants applied
to the Couml to have Mrs. Jones' action struck
out pursuant to section 28 of the Magistrate's
Act.
In support of this attorney David Bethell
submitted an affidavit from Magistrate
Osadebay in which the Magistrate outlined the
circumstances under which he ordered Mrs.
Jones apprehended and detained.
lHe said she had "wilfully misbehaved"


towards him II the presence oi the couSt in t
"disrespecttitl Iallnner" while hie was sitting 11,
the course !his official duties. He I aiso
dtscrlbcd lhei i 'isultive" in her behalmotr
towards himi
Magistrate ().adchba said that tis altidtaiu
statements ere supported by minutes recorded
in .ompihance -Itt th section 264 of T li Pc:.ii
Code. chapter 4S.
( A.tlt t1 I)
WIe had later, "'upon enqutire am i
cont ideratiion .ind without further tri.il.
cautioned and discharged Mrs Jones in hi
capacity as Magistrate.
Magistrate Osadebay said that he hadI
ascertained tromn Magistrate's court t records
that no appeal was filed against his order and
decision, and that to the best of his knowledge.
information and belief, Mrs. Jones had lodged
no appeal nor had the decision been quashed
by the Supreme Court.
Mr. Justice Graham held that the oide:,
whose consequences were being complained of
in the action, must first be quashed before the
action could be brought.
"There is no question that the order has not
been quashed," lie said.


niude ihl
'i-essars .
I he mU c
s hdiiled to
.! ,ck, but thlt
sdY.ed by th
erral fndidat
OT F 01
PlI vice
Bir.'ivn Trives ca
l. intorm Il
Mi'd Scars

tngc'nt busin es
t[! ii9g to get !t'-
\ bit later.
tl stie's ht ,; .
ipI iation th,
!;.ihed ho- J.i
1W along shL :; -
\t ,8 S0 ...-n!
O. Folk. ,
irt Knot\ q.
was only ti :
learned 'thi'
would bie -r:
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MrmSetrs
and the cheer-

-oppnight \r
dri)\ n Croln ti l
retparned to h
go. We ing vited
the issunees.
Mr. Sears
audience
"'Tonight o
running this
declared "It wil
into an emotio
they (camhdlds)
prepared to
orderly and rati
go. We invited
the issues,


S ;ec. vt st a ve-v
immature. ,sf' and aspid
ting was dipia by certain individuals,"
start at eight l e declared "'If we are to lift
e go-ai.ad wai s ou pce,-ple out of the thongs of
S !;taspi v 'o ili we will not
te t '.raitc aIn, emotional display.
()W \V\, ti down the procedures
ii; cannot work by
Si } 'l '.' > ; :'' ;. til ti jtn g o ."
Y\ : Sears introduced the
i d 'or the meeting, Miss
I "-T "" i i I,:,: Bethliel, who lcit no
: , l-. to her opinion of Mr.
S:. re to live up to hi.,
T, .,:, ;. \l '. :: i. cnt to be present
POOR I)DISPILA'Y
S "i h s is a poor display of
: : : 'ponsbilit and lack of
tcird."' she said.
'. i Skes, sie said each candidate or
' l r representative would be
S d i ,it Alowed no more than ten
S minutes to briefly state his or
x K i'>,s~ her platform in the by-election.
: First to speak. Mr. Ilcastie
made it clear that "I will not
S t discuss it with no person other
than candidates.
Miss Bethel intcrleitcd that
he was there ,or a disission
,i'cedl that with the audience, not other
'I- should candidates.
j couragee d. IgntiioiIg the point, Mr.
!arted a loud leastie said "I will not discuss
Nt! Sears .ind itth a 1make-up man, I will
ii Jot"n-on t .iAok ott ofl this meeting." ,ie
( 1i I) *i ', e'erring to Mr. Knowles.
re 11: I' l 1 But lihe appeared more
ie t( P leader c,, I..'icd over the absence of
S .;n '. NIt 1it lttcn.
re' ,' .;ii lic p titled otit that it was
. :i l ;rc itl ,iti in Mr. (Outten's
0; d. '~ i, tly status that caused
,Ictit,--- \ seat and the

tiini.t: -."VS. t iwant that ian here,'"
i -' lh id "'We want the truth.
I hil is not character
' ili .' !. ',) .-.issination. This is an issue.
.s i h is to find out why we have
j. h-election in St. Barnabas."
i.ckctl uip ti li With that, Mr. lHeastie left
Nil w;th i l.it htie plattormn and walked out,
!iicd out i pas,:nr bhrielt on the way to
.1 .h ia.ncd i 'oir ,.r'iu' soMie' point with the Rev.
rdet l)iI. W. W. Bown.
e Mrt. leastie [he threc candidates and
:il unable to one Ljnhidate spokesman
'oli \IMr Sears renialinllig went on to
nds for older suninatise their programmes,
roni I leastie and in IFYA panel, consisting
Ilawkes got of Mr. Sears, (reg Armhbrister
is seat, anter and Charles and Fdwin Hunt
leastie on the questioned them before the
discussion was opened to the
floor.


addressed the

ne group is
show," he
I1 not be turned
nal diatribe. If
mes) are not
act decently,
onally they can
them to discuss
not to get


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Saturday January 12, 1973


2 ~tIw ~ribuur


PRESIDENTS Moammar
Khadafy of Libya and Habib
Bourguiba of Tunisia decided
today to unite their countries
into one republic with a
single president, it was
officially announced in Tunis
The announcement said
the new republic will ,he
called the Arab lsla,ni,'
Republic and will have only
on, government and oneu
constitution.
A referendum to approve
the decision was set for Jan.
18.

BISHOP Serafeim of
loannina became Greece's
new archbishop today.

THE SOVIET Union has
agreed to help try to ease the
threat of rising bread prices in
the United States by delaying
taking 18.4 million bushels of
American wheat until alter
this summer's harvest

A RESPECTED former top
Cambodian economic official
called on President Lon Noi
tb leave Cambodia so that
peace could come to the
war-torn land

THE UNITED States Air
Force has acknowledged
flying regular reconnaissance
missions over Laos, which
diplomatic sources in
Vientiane say violates the
country's Feb. 21 ceasefire
agreement.
A ROARING fire that
sperad to six oil storage tanks
and threatened to consume a
large petrochemical complex
in Port Neches. Texas was
well under control today.
AILING singer Bing
Crosby will undergo a probe
of his diseased left lung to
help pin down the cause of a
lesion that has failed to
respond to normal treatment.
Reports from A P


LONDON t'omnon'ealdth I iciial',
,sa Billons chilled and dirpliitcd bi ihI"
Winter 's elneil ad ecot'on'i 1e c d sCs are
tlin 1 to engClate in eI od numt he i
I tie olicials saI the ItiIultber of
applications to o \ c to move 10t o Ithel
parts ',I what used to e he e ltButisith
1iniiine Ihas osaredi sin c the overnrniei nt
cut the woik i week la,,i t Iekceihber Ioi
most iildust ines ,, id took other
eI:iCgcInei i me.iMsiC s 1 thi t Ih.ve puti
SI .000( people oin the ulnemttplu\ ment it

Ihe Illtio t d ,iamal.il increase .1as inI the
'.itbei ol 1 B >i ,s wantl m to settle iTn


Bedtime


message

I OM)NON 1 h.e tc'lc\i(on set.l WAS
Britian's likeable and il enetcr
tiduleI .hntlii Mwirogate, is Americ
tutli'ling in earl 100 00. 0

A\ll ti t the mliliton good,. ot depaitil
eiurse IC lit lli alliL atel the i h.
enei, shI or- u e .atl lI
Sitls CS
But the cliencig -\c'ld iina he oTwe\Cd
spent ni c piodiuctivekl and pd\ roll'
tiherin he thh e rubni lainilk ti cha
platilintlg orlani/ations hate in rea
,airned htile 1I .l0 p.3 i, sd'itl
shutdl(n it would piodu-e a lito
slaitling use in the bh tlh But
late 'here \\
So Bnilrtin', ttlel'\iitn viewers
\ll sol on le getting a ness .
heltilll' inel.i se ehe t hic lhe\
sW\itlh oIl their sets at night
"inake s'tie \our haby is a al rd
wanted ,l t "' dealers
\\o t Iker
It i a new n irth cII nt rol dclTie
anlgil hnn eduled to he ie
launched Jan ,le .dH b l\ s
l.ondon loiough,|s in a blid to Il }c'
tuLi thI e\pecled t'hb ltia 'cr
bloo1i lili tlte eartl\I 1 P '"s
:l osied o w n \V As Ki


Or, as the (;tardian newspaper
put itt. "so that electtricilt\
economy does not produce a
glut of fruitful eroticism."i
(AP)


ANNE ELIZABE LIGToURNE
\ ,,,, t, married t,'


FRANCIS VALENTINE ADDE-LE

on lanuars 19.1974

h o l a her Wl0 hil" I

..pTTERN WESTFIELD
,ROl ,-. ')OUL'tON

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Nesw /ealand i lu \c, /caland Iligh
Co mission said 1 applied inll
Decemilber., against 4 s the -aLe month
a \e .ir a.go, aindt "Ill, .lie -oI Jannllai
seems to he I en I! :N
lie AustIAtI.i!i1 l Il 'l, t ; u ulssion said
im iIeIration II !ie f 11o ,h :)ll t country
h.iae doubled ii ,e Ii )I montl s. and
Canadian officials said lhie hat.e received
tai more que ries ; u a! lltl.il
lloweve, lthiee was soie goJ-d news
oi Britons as tlhe Cweekend !Cheaii.
Railroad w ikes \\io liave been
.niddilg tlianspotillhion ih slowdoVwnll,


worked almost noriialls F rdad for the
first little i weeks
But tilaiinen iiare thiealened a
binational walkout on l uesd. ta\ unless tli
rail ,a\s hoaid lesulles deadlocked sae
nlegtoiltills 1alks continued \esteida\
in an elt!,l to settle the stlosdoi tn bi\
'2().()(),0 oal miners, a major cause 0l tihe
enc i.' sholi'wla e.
I lhe ( t oiicderation of Brntisl InIdustly,
repi es''liiinu. the bosses ot Britishi
business uti.'ded the goivelnmlent yeslerClda
to dt si ,I ast against the urlners' pa\


dellmands itt
inthilionir


ENERGY CRISIS P


100,000 OUT OF I


It\( ()N IV !
cr-ss may haie m
.1" w\ kers as m .in '. .ts
i0 t i'oh ItI t'.')
) o" ti le Ia, l .

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e ;t were autoiii' i\t
i;! dnid -e i e I C .i '
r, "here mpkloin"
id \ l i s s,,l 'n iii-
d tOi000 in 1)t'cimlci
er n eni ll 1 o ,:!,I
i nd lt, r a iihd to,


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p 1 i 1 a r ll


S usual laie'

t decline i hos d .
e~t~e i'[ ia mellt .


I he scrvce tIndusltry I w asoneI tle
of the tlust to teel th.e li pact
of the fuel crisis. (;o\e intent
analysts ,said evidence indicated
thit the gasoline shortage -
well t is ithe general eC oi0110111
slo down may i have bicc!
resp : ibtle Ior the additional


iO t- o neai ly 50.,000.lobs
December tIlilt' employmentcll
t 1' ie's were gailiheed beioi c
t:ilt' l iaolls were announced
i*: llhe atlo and a\ ia ton
I lih s'e will show uti p iin t li
.i: i 1I emI Iplo t\ ilt il lepot
1 .1s ,t eIck llt I I abo l!)
. pailient icportled lhiat llhe
:eminlplo\ m ent late in,
1.' embei lose tr, lo 4 to 4 "
','i cent ot lhe w e o k !orcc
Its I ep I ) It i I I'disl\
II lill itl iles were dc; \ i ed
weet'k l Ci e to t i- i h lidi
)loi CtiV IjI'l t \\%OlkCI, ,Id b\"
th, I ,. f li. h ,,O 1! i \ ,r


it the ground that tile\ \e i
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'UTS


WORK

in gathering complete stat istics
averagee weekly earnings ot
rank-and-file workers totalled I
S 149-1 7 in iDecembeir, up
S I. I 7 froni the Novemnler
average, tite governlllllt said.I
In manulacturingL. the
a\ erage work week \Nas
ti ncIIhanged at 40 hotrs,
allhtlo gh facttor i o\etlimIe fell
to 3; 7 hours from hou int
November
In sumning lup tthe nation s
Clmplo neil pl M i l. [tic
oO\ t'rnminenlt said llthc num eli r it
pe ts "ns holding .lo, I iri'ttd
I" 2 7 iniliotin t\s i hlle \, e r t
a new Iligh oil i5s 7 n liiOnt1


Freak storms


batter coast
LONDON Britain's western and southern coasts %were
battered tor the second straight day today by freak stories
with winds of tip to 90 m.p.h.
lThe coast guard said the gales raged along the English
and Welsh west coasts all through the night. causing road
to be blocked by rocks and uprooted trees.
Roads around the Welsh resort tovti of Amro h were
closed after heavy flooding yesterday. Thie village was
covered with debris left from Friday's high tides that swept
over a sea wall.
Flooding also was reported in parts of Stornaway, capital
of the Hebrides isles off northwest Scotland. In other areas,
the winds ripped chimney stacks from roofs.
I he winds tore the roof from a farmhouse near
Rackenford in Devon county and dumped it 50 yards away.
Ihe farmer, his wife and three children escaped unhurt.


Help us, Manley


begs Britain


LO)ND) lI,"'e Min\stern
McIhael Mianle\ ': Jtuiaisa
,ppealed tor Briti-d ,ippotrt to
help ofset the dancl of aI
widespread eco- *it k slump inI
Its counttri a-s a result oi using
oil prices.
Manles o lterred sithi
P1iiine M\ niste'r I dt ard lt i tli
in a long-draw ot i- ont
wh' hi stretched S\e .i t ik i-c
M\anlc anid Ih,' h ,o1 ie';!c'-! : l
titi l or hal a. lihcT r 1.!. i
it's \ ere loin 'd b1 J(sl, i
(, d ber. M in ser i
\ ttricultlre and t fisheries ot,
Bit.lln and the Jai-b Il an l Hil igh
( qii tssmioner.
1 British spokes-.in ai d ithe
c i were held in a good


,ilii nIs! : In ,li niints added
la er t i-.i sibl' tdI thdIscussed
,was thle i n1lmp ot Middle last
oil prle i;ies onill JamaIica'",
agrit ittilme.
Diplo 1ult sources said the
hike oin l p1 s tIC as n1iaking it
difficult tII J.i i.I I toI keep its
contractual obt .ti ns within
tht let d tItiill io i snwealth sugar
price : li a I a t11tcee Il byN
B tritain.i
Ini tie pli III\alt setctor,
Jamlaica is litt ( i t-' lIt kit p rip
its delienicts It btiai s ,it tihe
o)ld price. It Jiiaiiia we\cie to
conti ue to sell its s"igal and
bauana s at thc plecsen! le\cs it
twoulld spell Iout economic riiuin
fo thlie island stalt Ma ley
reportedlI told lhle Hit lish.
Janatica bui s til Ct'i) year
to the tuiie ol abio t a U nuillion
U.S. dollars.
Manley pontiled out to
IHeath, as lie did ito Foreign
Secretary% Sir A\It'ec
Douglas- o elh c, ihit in tlhe
c.trretint \ car otl p ict'c's will
force j aillmai, ,a to) spe' nd 120
inullion 1' S dollars and iIn the
foIeseeable tut.' e 1 soilelthi1ng
like IS million I' S dollars
lite pointed ott illi suilth an.
ce\pCndittlie \ll tt ,u1111 aland
banana piis e at tlie present
le"el spelled i tllm lor hI s
count r%
Inforinalnts Icpt)ied that
Jamalca, spearheadimi tlhc rest
of the (Conionw etitlth sugar
producers who are I llhe lsame
boat. ate asking '.ii r ian
appreciablec inct-'sC In l the
guaranteed sugar p1iie for
C o m I onwI l e ) aoCd I t h s Iugar
producers
I he price, which was set in
172, was li\ed at 50 pounds
or about S 120 i a toll. It ad.s to
be made irrespecti' e dot price
falls on the world tree market
Buttihe free market price of
sugar has risen to over 150
pounds or about 360 dollars a
ton. Jamaica. and for that
matter every Conmmonwealth
sugar producer, is now losing
240 dollars on e\ery ton of
sugar sent to Britain while
refining costs and the upkeep
of agricultural machinery has
doubled and is on the point of
being trebled. (API


Thousands of Britons



say: Let's get out


Telephone tap



placed in



Laird's office'


-KISSINGER

AND SADAT

MEET IN
GARDEN

SECRETARY of State
Henry Kissinger and President
Anward Sadat conferred in a
garden ga/ebo today onil how
to prevent a partial Israeli
troop withdrawal from
turning into the stiltus qu int
the Sinai.
[gyptians have privately
expressed concern that Israel
might withdraw 18 miles or
so front thie Suec Canal frout
and then dig in west of the
Sinai passes.
Reopening of the Suez
canal should come only ill all
over-all peace settlement
including a phased
withdrawal int the Sinai
acceptable to L'gypt., the
govern nient-conttrolled press
has repeatedly observed.
Kissinger briefed Sadat for
over all hour after his arrival
last night and sources said
they discussed four basic
questions:
How far should the
initial separation of forces
oblige Israelis and lEgsptians
to pull back,
t* tow to link separation
of forces and Israeli
withdra-wal froi lihe Suez
canal to alln oi r all
settlement.
The siue and ti pe of
buffer zone that a I united
Nations emiergencs force
would be expected to

e* Tle type and quantity of
weapons to be premitted in
the area oit either side of tihe
UN buffer zone.
Kissinger. after lunch with
Sadat, was to tl\ tot
Jerusalem.
If successful in both places.
lie is expected Io return Ito
Egypt on Sunday evening or
Monday. meet Sadat again
and go once more to Israel in
hopes of yinllg up a
disengagement package. (AAPt

Oil hopes
BRI eI' N and lapi hli\t'
endorsed an international
'onleitcllc proposed bI hle
Nixon ad nistration ito
promote cootdtall on amllongt
the world's oil tradier,
Prime Minister IFdward
Hleathi talked with Japanilese
I Foreign IIade M\linister
"N ashuiro Nalkasoll


CA C1 C I I \ ('ul Itti's
t-aribllsoili ';, i ictto rious alter ha
three-week ,iiike lhii enisid
tils cil. in more thanll 3().000
tons ol cli .e hic leliurned to1
w Ott !ui t !.untoe i \w ill lake
.1 tk to c xIthl e l hli less, l1p
I le giarbageimen agreed to
reI llu th ( iien obs altt l the i
In unici ptal l il ct ein e111 n 11
peoeiscd io p, p( cial r ee ath
benetlst f 7()tili rupees, or


(S \ I1 i and t n VIt in. tihe
newsp ,per sid.
HIhe Sun-tll- s saitjd a.
investigation failed to turn up
\who planted the niicroplholc.
but high-ranking militai'
officials were suspected.
Sources il Wdashington saIl a
I 9 7 1 W hie II ouse
investigation otf news leaks
revealed that thle Pentagon hI.d
S.inau t h o rit ed access ti
information from national
security council meetings
I'hey said that the incident
involved informant ion about
national security .o ittll.1
tLI'tis.ioii'. ii berirg leaked lIo th
news media by a low\%-lc,'
employee at the t' Defe)tCt -i
I)epart ilenit.
A soue ietsaid tlie VWhiI
SHouse plumberil unit traced th
news leCaks to the Pentagon and
su l,1se uently an aide 'C
Kiinger "all ot a srilddl,
disappeared "
I hlie ldiscovei\ of *i.
sect.I I It breach lcaI m tIIe as tl i
pliiim bert'i s w\Cie tr li' .to .
lIe ks o ht Lle0 inent, onI !'I
India-'akistan wlt r I ie t .i k.'t i
material hid been publtshe' d it .
col'runist Jack i\nde'tson I \


about 00U t11 an aie kil! ,
sl hle doing tieir work
li et' olskef%'rs '.eII t ,
s ktke in the riddle
) e C m Ill be t'i Iflt'I t
kill n icipalili I clu'sed C
co l li'ensal' e t he li i antlt es o t s
g0.11 LCtliIt'l \Iho I er k' llhf ,

\s .1 iesiitl ( u liti a. w h i i
se e i p pi olltion ol riorI .Ir
sc CII million, tIuf! d In ,
hugt" duinlp


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CHICA(;GO The Chicago
Sun-inimes reported today that
a wave of mutual spying and
suspicion between tihe White
House and Pentigon led in
1971 to a telephone tap being
placed in the office of then
Deletnse Secretary Melvin
Laird.
llie newspaper said a former
White lHouse official claimed
lienls Kissinger ordered the
tlp oin Laird's office to
detelntine whether secret
diplolmatilc dealings were being
leaked to thle Pentagon
Kis.ingei, \\sit o s, inationai l
secutii t adviser lthei. a\.1s
solved witllh negotiating the
Vietilnami settlement 1at tlie

lihe Sun -lilr es also sit
another White House official
revealed thliat a wireless
nuicrlophtione was' found sotit-'
lim e earlier ill the base of
lamp in the White House office
ot \\. tie Smitli. ai Kissinigei
satl issi,,taint ittor progi iiiied
analv sis.
S in ithIi 's tll e was
K sspposedle i hct itc tor ill oi t
lle tech lnicail plai nni lg tor
Kissinget's nerotut I s on lle
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Garbagemen win strike


NOTICE
The Public is hereby notified that the roadvway running
North and Sjuth between the main governmentt road
situate Nor th of Arthur's Town., t .Island. and the
privately-owned airstrip at Arthur's Town will be closed to
the Public from 5 p.m. on Sunday, 13th January, 1974
until 5 p.m. on Monday, 14th January. 1974 in order to
retain its ownership.
ERVIN KNOWLES CONSTRUCTION COMPANY LIMITED


NOTICE



FRESH CREEK

CENTRAL OFFICE BUILDING






BaTelCo invites building contractors to submit tenders for the
construction of a single storey Central Office Building
(Approximately 2100 sq. ft.) at Fresh Creek, Andros.

Copies of contract documents including drawings and specifications
may be collected from the Engineering Office, Chase Manhattan
Building, Oakes Field, Nassau or Station Manager, Fresh (-,eek
Andros.

Sealed tenders or written inability to tender should be sent to the
General Manager, BaTelCo, P. 0. Box N-3048, Nassau so as to arrive
no later than January 28, 1974.


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NULLLIUS ADDICTUS JURARE IN VERBA MAGISTI
Heing Bound To Swear To The Dogmas 01 No masterr
I.FON F. 1. I)11'P!CIl,Publisher/Editor I 9 ? 1914
SIR Fi TI NNI DI'PUliH O.T.E., K.C.'S.G ).Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 917-1972
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FII -lFN it C.11 (tCARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B..
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Published Daily Monday to Saturday

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Saturday January 12, 1974


BIt 111 NNI DI)UPIUCIll
I0\I )l\. N)OVI1MIR 15: We had been booked to fly
lii \li i mi tl New York nil : major American airline.
The da\ belorc 1111 departure we received a call at our hotel in
( )o l ables ItIIl inI olticial of the ailihne informing us that the
!ii had been cancelled because ti lthe need to conserve fuel.
\ind so lie ha.d hooked us on anotliei aniline that would get us to
New Y ik in lnime it iake our connecting flight to London.
I his llmeans that all thie people wlio were booked on the
i. ti'litl were tianstfeired to a light being made by the
.i airli te
Vn iiniestire tact is thlil when we boarded the second flight
AC itid ll h il e en lCIhI l tI sas t iil half full.
I idel ol iai e\ cuiditions bothl these airlines would have
tla .a plaie to \c\v Yorik at about the same hour. Both planes
\suiild haie been iei.ils ciptl Both companies would have lost
:'ne,\ A\nd A. gliea deal ot fuel would have been urinecessaiily
SS ii'-:llled
II is an esitablislied fact of business iIn Ile'' enlterpIise countries
Ilhait Iiti pclilI ii is the life te i tiade.
I 'ndc iordinar ciueltlistaileCs Hli iPs sound business doctrine
iriir ii \thiclh ltliic iiinini iiuall\ bieetiits.
BIit there aie tunles and occasions in human experience \hlien
o n ilpeai. onli and inotl Ce ipetiliin is llie life ,of a people.
\ lihe present tulle almost ll the world's major airlines are
los il mione\. (olnipetition is so keen that they have
vci-capiali/ed b\ bhuildinil' up lne fleets of planes that travel
hal enlipt llls oft ilthe lineC
*\s a result t hlie present crisis the airlines might learn to
c,',peitale in a \wa\ that ill make it possible for all of them to
make ai profit
Theie should be some kind oi airaiigemient whereby any flight
b\ u airline tlial is lnoIt a piofitable load will be cancelled and its
bokinigs turned over io a complleti(ol. If this were done on a
ilotaiVy stt'iII a realty ceal oIt tel could lie saved anrd the airline
midutisi\ mnilt get backing llie black
f, k 4 .1 . *
It is really fantastic lthe a oillntl oilf waste thai is seen on all
sides. espeelall} in thle I.S.
YI: ina\ ieiiieiiibei the aiticles I wilte about Russia two years
:Cio. Iliere is litno \ase in l that country Ihis is even more true ini
( lima.
It is corlecthl sald that tle aveCIa-'e family iII IFrance coctld live
ell on shata iNs wasied in hlie average Amlericanl household.
'lon call see thi lit te sinmall things alro nd o1u every day. You
nowi ... it is in hle saamlili tiungs that \ on lcain lithe mos profitable
lessons ini lite.
\1\ sife d oesi i't ake sgl ik I liher tea. IAnd I don't take milk.
OI thie t.ias served ion light packages ol sligal ad a small
l .uaiiiler ol 'ii l a.ie pIlaced lol each ti .
We alwa\ s a x set ,ills il in tlie hope that the\ sill pol be
as sleld.
( lnscious of the need tli c lIonseiValion a Is timte I
coiiICenteld Ito the stewardess oni the fliil liotn Miniii lo New
oirk lethal lhee must e some saving iin Il' packages of stiugar and
ailk ial aie liot opened b\ [lie ipasseiigeis.
"Oh no." she said. "-'e don't hase lie line. We iust dLump
them all in the garbage can'"
\1 \itie doesn't use ibut le On tlie flight rom New oik Ito
! nidoii she told lthie siewidess ithat she should remove the butler
Sn hel plate betfole it \\.as served. Ag.in she was thinking about
ic need tol conserve food at this time of shortages all over the
Iti doesn't l Imatltel." the sIewardess said, shrugging her
siluildeis aind pulltting two luge chunks of butter on t(lie plate.
"\ 'e have plenty!'
'VWe have plenty". Ihis is hiat happens in.111 at fluent society.
t',ople lose .ill sense of \alu es.
,a: .1 -1 :! 1: +


Iheic1 nitolliet area in which fuel consumption could be
.iisciseeld.
I lie muotol a indulstlS has Iseet in ve-piomoled I til t liece
(A 01 Id.
In ( o ul m ist counties ain\ kind of cai is a Itixui\ bin utl in llthe
\\e and espec'iall in I hle (I'.S he bigger they coime' the
eci lhe\ se!l. The big ca. is icgaided as a status s\ un ol bi\
u.n iliu ii iklng peoitle.
\hein thie aveiage ain a it fe I S. bu\s a Cadillac li he feels that
li Ihasis ".arm ed' in thle salIe wa\ lial inot iilanr yeais ago
a:. ilics iln lhe Out Islands ook lion a nite s lie inii a \ village when
lis i.idii.ilcd lionl ,i a thatclied litil Io "'boaid" house witlh
A.,4'1ieu sli ii'les luo a loot f
I1 his been pon ed outi i to i thai .1i i ttl cai will \ mi coe aboul
ui miles on.1 a .iilon i gas. the average middle s ei/d cin will do
'i ntle onli a .illoi. the big A iercan cai \ill o l\ ti e .iabour 10
ilies on ii g lhn
I 'sce tl l io l tir lh.il l l the h i ca aie inol call\ 'need d. ricex
lol onli consliinCe I'"o Much lfuel but lheC\ also ciowd flie lunted
pai klit, space pli 'i held in 1ii.\ 1 oI \\
\e i\cee onlx hl1 ei\ illn \Nei ok oni this trip.
S heic hac been si '.n i ch lge's .at Kenned Aipoi thitl we\
i.fit/ed how long il must hlii\e bee since \Ce w\eie in l lial ci .
\We hli\e lhad noi le.i i t 'i o e YON itk I'Oik a long littme and
so Kei diC -ir A pol lt is a t si iqhI and a shon ck.
It hias become so hig 1 lli.ia i s Inoilliung less (Ihan a concrete
liintle., No ioiu el cian a passeci, e \alk 'lomito niie airline countle
it another. lie, arc ill so 111 .ip0it thial a bus c iicles lihe area
lhiuitighotil the .i\ anid litl lukllg passengers fo mi t one airline
to connecting l li g t ."I ls i othe ai li il cs
Bahamian Jack Mlits dMiue in li,! N\ei Jerse \\hole ihe is in
the fuel business, io spend an lioii \ilth us h lthe alipoitl. His
liisiness .. like all ollihe people elg'iCed in fuel enlelpuses ... has
silleed as a result of lic iC li'ei iins In lfuel aind sohe ihas I time
onl his hands these da\ s
Tlts is good toi hii because hlie \\as cei tunal looking well and
rested. Hie had a gileat deal tIo sa\ about lithe aiipotlile. li declaited
that.,when it is completed, 1iti'. illli the f ilite esl in the wild.


ihr Coribuur


Our territorial integrity at stake


I lE PROBLEMS which a
small independent country
faces in main taming its
territorial integrity have itag in
been dram atically
demonstrated by the discovery
of ('uban fishing vessels in our
waters. Thlls time it appears
that the Cubans are not just
fishing in what they call their
traditional fishing areas but
s"olne were allegedly welt
within the three-mile territorial
limit of the Bahamas.
Some arrests have been
made and no comment on
these would be proper until
such time as the courts have
arrived at decisions in these
particular cases. However,
there are some national and
political considerations which
are of the utmost importance
to the Bahamian people with
regard to the whole question of
fishing rights and territorial
integrity.
In the first place there was
considerable alarm over the
long delay before effective
police action was taken In a
matter as vital as this it is
reasonable to assume that the
Police Force would not be
acting in a au!tine manner hut
in close consultation and eve.,
under the direction of the
responsible Minister of the
Government.
Why, therefore, was the
Government so late in taking
effective action'? Mr. Michael
Lightbourn, one of the
Representatives for Long
Island. very rightly raised the
question aof the suitabiliht of
the police boats for performing
the duties which they are
expected to in our waters
It was said that the pollle
boats were despatched to the
area last week but had ti lirn
back because of bad weather
Yet. as late as Murilda.
newspaper reports placed the
boats at the' B tyshlior: Mariia,
in Nassau..
Fver since the PI I'
Government decided to buy
these four boats there has been
public concern over their
suitability and the price which
the Government paid for them.
Information received from
people who ought to know
indicate that the Government
paid too much for too little.
But that is another matter, like


the Ahbaco road wIhere the-
(overnment is apparen)ll!
prepared to spend the public'h
money for their own Isi. lish
ends rather than for the -netlit
of the ta\pad err
Wha111t is inlportant nitow is
whether the country is geClling
the maxIluil bhenfit fromIt
them now that e ha\e thnei
It night bhe o si lil prestige
value for the (osciniticilt tol
have the boats tied up in
Nassau most of thie liine but
the public would imruli rathlie
know that they are pp'.!
posit ioned ineal \ll i '
experience has shot\, ti t' .
most needed
True, the boats hase i l be
maintained and repaired alt a
proper centre bilt it is lot tio
much to arrange t nhtil lotl h'
refuelled and prn I tontl iin
islands such as I \uniii. Ilong
Island. lnaguu \,ac a nd
Binini. SO Unliss lh'i! i51s solleC
further explanalion it is not
enough to sa\ liat ltie\
returned to Nassau li; llie wa\
from Ragged IslanId l'cils' o'
bad weather.
Another mlia:t i i Ise ious
concern in this alttan ,\ as thel
tardmess of Radio lihaimias in
informing tlhe Bahamian people
about what was happening
ZNS has long displayed a
totalitarian bias in its liaindlinlg
of political news arid it seeslti
that the min in miti ation of
those who tun the station is Ito
protect and protmot the 1t '
rather than to keep lthe nialon
informed.
H o n e s t .I r f i , l i l
non-partisan repo tinlig lt l lie
facts is. absolutCe!i C sci;ll
particularly in ,1 ctiloii sitlli
as ours where nic,,e sjpisi ,
not reaIh b sonie isl.iids ni'i!
quite late. It is 1 1 iighieuiniiI i
think that the ntitilnj i.iili
wsoutd keep tihe pull,, ii lit
dark on crucial Il,,cs s ntilN
events merely because l1 tod
otherwise might l ic llctl
u n favourabl oit i fic
Government of the l)a\
A people isolated rIm lthc
truth because Ct the dcfielic0lt 0
of the news media would lie 111
unstable people. In times t
national crisis they woutll dhe
unable to respond in the
national interest as responsible
citizens simply because theyc


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1 ha! '. oulIJ h'c a ge-at lliung
iit heiiinispheric peace anc J
1t 1 !iil 1 .lit u we wIould hase' 'o
SL i -idct : i tist whli re tlhe
Bahml.'Ias will fit in such a nesw
, t I he way .s of
n21 tI ionJi politics are
A- ra.rie" inldcud. sorlr tiles
!niai.i ;i:iprcd f, .ilc Ihe only
:i g huich is iit s r.inge and
hichl is nlot unpredictable is
that eiery nation \%ill do, in
thie final analysis ihat seems
i' ii in itsl own interests
\1! we can muster at the
lioiliien't in the' a\ ol n ilslt '
Is ioilr police patrol boats.


CHINESE
VIEW
I Dl IOR The Tribune.
accordingg to your editorial
on December 10 it said "I
re-ali/e that not many of the'
people have taken advant.g^ ot
mi Ctliorts to help but I aln not
discouiragcd. '
l'in one of your truthtui
readers and certainly I'll1 make
use ofitt I'm not a Bahamian.
I'm, a ('lChese \ young man living
in Nassau. I encourage y o.il
Alter I read your book "'he
tribune Stor'" and your
editorials, from my judgement
I full\ understand that \iur
ain is to help your people, and
also I knois lt's going Ito
halspplen here
Xs one aspect of had politics
altIting the country's
ec'o oliiii\ I klcwus lots oi our
people ha\sC sold their
properties anId lood stores and
left the slainds because ltit
poml:\ o!t gocerninmlit ill n hielh
the\ hold up the issue of new
passports to Chinese residents
in Nassau.
I hope you wouldd watch this


. it is not enough. We must
theretlore use our head and try
ti reconcile our legitimate
ratlunal aspirations with the
realities of life. And the
realities of life include foreign
interests within and without
our borders.
IAs a Government and as a
people we must deal
intelligently and honourably
with 'hese interests so that we
will gain the respect and
friendship of our neighbours.
We cannot break solemn
agreements and mistreat the
nationals of another country
then expect them to deal
honorably with us when our
own national interests are at
stake.


even l going on. because one ot
the Flnghlish governors in Hong
Kong said that: "The feet of
Chinese people meant their
int ell tion."
CHINESE YOUTH

Please note
1I1) 11OR. The Tribune.
Reference is made to a news
itemn wh:ch appeared in The
Trihmi'c dated January 10,
1974 and written by your
correspondent Mr. Sidney
Do)rset I
In the above news item. I am
refeired to as a non-practi-
tionerl Please be advised that
th,: is an obvious error. Whilst
I hve not yet appeared in
tourlit ii the capacity of a
hBarrster, i inm In fact a
practitioner of law. I was
idmiln 'd it the Bahamas Bar
,n1d enrolled as a Counsellor
aid Aitoriilcy of the Sulpreme
Court on l)ecenhber 28. 1972.
Your attention to this
mat ter would be greatly
appreciated.
M. S. A. TURNER.
Counsellor and Advisor to
Bahamas Telecomnnmunications
Corporation.


RIGHTEOUSNESS EXALIETH THE NATION IBUT SIN IS A REPROACH TO ANY PEIPLE
-PROVIERBS. 14:34

You have a
date with
destiny
The Leader
speaks to
his People

LUSIEN TO BROTHER RANDO .
former Minister of Labour and Commerce and
OVER Representative of St. Barnabas ConstituencV
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It may be the largest ... but it certainly will not be thie happiest
for the travelling public.
There is such a thing as becoming too big.
I pick up all kinds of interesting bits in travelling by keepiLng
my eyes and ears open and making comments that pltio',)kc
conversation.
A taxi strike was threatened the morning we arrived in London
-ond so arrangements were made with a rental cal service to
provide a car for us.
When we left the airport the driver was waiting outside to
receive us. lie was standing a short distance from Ihts cal.
When we got to the car it was locked.
"Is crime so bad in London that you have to lock % ouli cal
while you are still so near to it'?" I asked thi: driver.
"'('rime is bad here," he said, "but we lock our cars to piotecrt
ourselves from the police, not criminals."
"This seems strange," I pressed.
"If you just leave your car for a minute," lie said. "it is likely
to be gone when you return. It will be towsed awash\ h\ hie police
and it costs five quid to get it out of the pound. We inow lock our(
cars just to make it a little more difficult for lhe pllice."
This seemed pretty severe to me and so I told ian I english fitend
about it at the hotel later in the evening.
"There is a reason for this.' he explained "It's the bomitb scae
Bombs are planted in empty cars and left on the ioadsidte b\ lthe
I.R.A. And so, whenever a policeman sees an unattended cal hlie
has it towed avwa and inspected for a p.'-sil'i., bomb plant I oii
tire same reason no onille is allowed to leave baggage around int
iailk1% stations and at airlines. Tihe 'ocketr .paces in iail ia\
stations are no longer rented out to travellers wanting to leave
their bags for a short time because this accommodation was also
used by the I.R.A. to plant bomnbs."
And so you see .. if you travel with voti eells anid eas oCpen
and ask questions you get an explanation tii things tliat aie noitl
otherwise understandable.

FOOTNOTE: TO HISTORY: Recently I published in this column
a letter written to Bishop Leonard b) Sii Robeit Ne\ille about
tihe award of the O.B.L. to Bishop Knowles oi the Anglicanii
Church and Fr. Corneliutis, O.S.B.
Bishop Knowvles wrote a letter to ihe' Triibun polinllting out
that Sir Robert had made a mnistide in his iele Cecc ioto himltn
Sir Robeit has sent nle a copy of a lettc-i lie has \iliitll tio
Bishop Knowles il ishich he acknowledged iati lie had niide ,
mistake.
"-I am really\ sou about all this," Sir Robeil wrote "Please
accept it\ sincee apologies and mi\ best wishes ltoi 1 "4
** Il 5,*'* 1 I* 1*
I attended thlie luncheon meeting of I ast Nassau Roit,\
\eslteday whenI Mr. Earl Thompson. P.. chainuan o lthie
National Insurance Board, gave a talk on the national siiiic
plan.
lie was introduced by Rotaiian Ale\x K.;oles who crad oil a
list of the places at which he had oiked andd attended school
before lie weni- into politics.
Mt Tlhompson is a printer by trade.
It would appear that he forgot to tell Mr Knowles that hlie \\as
enmploxed as a printer by The Tribune foI a long lime beloie lie
went abroad to school.
Maybe this is something a P.L.P. politically wold like to
fo I get.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
The chiet difference between a wise man and an ignoiaiil oie
is. Iot tlha the firsl is acquainted \with legions invisible to the
second. iwa-y from coinmoin sight and interest, butt that hI
understands the common things which the second onilv sees.
STARR KING


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Ill (Girl (;dud c.ampn itc,
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ctamiipintg there on I ilbrnitUr\ 22
lIht site is loi:Jited 11
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net\l door to thle Jo% Blet
M1 issitn t site"
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NEEDY' PROJECT


lien ni iitt l tit' t ol til he
\eed, prii .leL issuing about
w) i ll ceritit ic tes l o Ired ind
uinder privileged peisons lihe
haiptle .i o it resent, led \I itn
Ir',i Its to over 1 ()'0l pupil, in
the school' l in I \tinii
MARRIES BRITON
\11".s \ tiit11,1 .1 Mi\ lone o,
Rett'1ineint Road. N\.I ,S ti
Il- ,i 1ne lC l i b de ol I)1 V' I[
)ler wa\v thl -t I"1 n land oni
i Ind i I ,iJ nuaiIr\ I I it st
ictLc's Citholic Churchi.
I hIe R Rev 1Msgr Preston
\loss,. IiPastor of the Church.
perto llied thle lilt corellilOlM


Secretary wants work


-and nothing more


By Abigail Van Buren
c 1974 by Chicago Tribune-N. Y. News Synd., inc
DEAR ABBY: After working only two weeks at a sec-
retarial job that paid very well, I quit because my boss
made a pass at me.
The second day on that job. my boss cornered me, but
I tried to laugh it off and told him in a nice way that I
wasn't interested.
I am a 29-year-old divorcee with two nii irn to sup-
port. I'm a competent secretary who's not afraid of work,
but I just couldn't take all that dodging and ducking re-
quired to keep this man away from me.
What do I tell prospective employers when I am asked
about my last job? I don't want to lie, but in the last two
job interviews when I said I quit "for personal reasons."
they looked at me like I was a mental case. Please advise
me. ALL BUSINESS
DEAR ALL.: Be honest. It's no reflection on you, and it
will discourage other bosses who want to mix pleasure with
business.

DEAR ABBY: Lisa 1211 and I [231 fell in love and
decided to live together. We agreed there would be no
mention of marriage. After a year she got pregnant. Then
she broke her promise and started to hassle me about
marriage.
I told her I loved her [I did, and still do. but marriage
was out. She seemed to accept it, and promised not to
bring it up again. After the baby came she seemed happy
and we were more in love than ever.
Last Monday, I came home after work and discovered
that Lisa had packed her things, taken the baby and left.
She didn't even leave a note. I have searched everywhere
for her and haven't a clue as to where she could be.
I would marry her tomorrow if she would come back,
but I don't know where to look for her. Her family and
friends insist they don't know where she is. Can you help
me? M.

DEAR M.: Since Lisa didn't leave a note to let you
know where she could be contacted, it's obvious she doesn't
want to see you. All you can do is wait. She knows where
you are if she changes her mind. If she does. then it's up to
you to convince her that you want her back--on her terms.

DEAR ABBY: In your opinion, whose place is it to
bake a birthday cake for a man? His wife's or his
mother's?
I feel that when a boy becomes a man and takes a
wife, that is where his mother's obligation should end and
his wife should take over.
I have been trying to bake Steve's birthday cake for
the last 10 years, but every year when I tell his mother
I'd like to bake Steve's cake, she says: "After I'm gone
you'll have the rest of your life to bake Steve his birthday
cake, so while I'm here, please don't deprive me of that
pleasure.


--.. Now, what am I supposed t
Come and bring a friend! Now, what a
)DEAR BEGGED: Where i
YOUR TICKET TO PARADISE! have only one birthday cake?
permission to bake him a cake
AC E P the office and one at dinner. A
ESCA PE at both ends can always work i


from the hum drum ('ONFlI)ENTIAL TO E. R.
from the hum drum ou are right. The quote I atti
to the3 TRO I AG I thel written hb Socrates because So
to the TROPICAL SETTING of the ing. But his teachings were per
P ^ his disciples, Plato and Xenopt

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crates actually wrote noth-
rpetuated thru the works of
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al. 90212, for Abby's booklet,
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I church sill .ns\tsene ati utsNlei
'irlthl Jldis Church. Blue Hill i r id
r ini 1 uesdas laI u.art 22 (tt
'A ie.dnetldai Januars 30. aild ill be
p'renidctd c er lb the Re I d\ini I
t .i h,r ( chairman t the ,istri, t miiJ
Siinerl Superintendent.
I 'le tollowing aire the Ini il
meetings ipen to the public.
Ill I'I S14Y JAN. 22 at 8 p m.at
ie-In Methodist Church, Blue IHill
I,,',ad the opening service of the
s int,d I his date false within n the
,I Ita e i if t'rI h er tf r ( thristiari
t nit, .d members o tihe liah.imas
ti hrtlitt i i. 4 uncil will participate
I lhi, -r\ivc t ill he to dn d ited b\
t',(e litcn ed r Ded Dtlis \.i ti ',ts.
Si- retair of the S \n d an, the
-,crniiit \ill he preached t', tih
Rctrcnveid I d\in I lalor
V, I I1NI SDAY .it c sitnC
\ethdist Churtch at S p m the
rdinaiiiioi of the Re I J I ecit
Sa iundes R e \tr. Sauinders, it
present stationed .it St D iaiidt'
\Metliodist Church, Seagrape. Randd
Bahima, and previous worked in
the North Eleuthera Circuit the
President of the Conference. the
Re\ Claude I.. Cadogan will arrive
in Nassau on Wednesday to conduct
the ser ice of Ordination tlhe
Sermon t \ill be preached lb the
Rev\ F ric St. C+ CClarke.
Suplerintecndent Minister tt the
Biinini and (trand Bahama Circuit
StlNIl)AY at 7 p.m. at t neter
\ thodi.it Church, Shirle% St, lhe
otiictial S nod service al which ilhe
chairman of the Methodist Church.
the Ret I dwin I. Ta> lor will he
the preacher.
\WFI)NI SI) \Y Jant. 0 al S p 1i.
at \\esle% Methodist Church, the
closing session of the Sv nod


Bahamasair

SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JAN. 12th, 1974
DEPART ARRIVE FLIGHT NO. FREQUENCY Ef
NASSAU TO: Andros Town (Fresh Creek)
10 15 a.m 10.30 a.m. 201 Daily
3.00 p.m. 3.15 p.m. 203 Daily


NASSAU TO: Arthur's Town
10. 15 a.m. 1.00 a.m.


NASSAU TO: Bimini
8.30 a.m.


9.25 a.m.


NASSAU TO: Chub Cay (Berry Islands)
8.30a.m. 9.30a.m.
NASSAU TO: Crooked Island
10 15 a.m. 12.00 noon
NASSAU TO: Deadman's Cay (Long Island)
10.00 a.m. 11.15 a.m.
NASSAU TO: Freeport (Grand Bahama)
730 am. 8.00 a.m.
9.30 a.m 10.00a.m.
1.45 p.m. 2.15 p.m.
3.45 p.m. 4.15 p.m.
7.00 p.m. 7.30 p.m.
8.30 p.m. 9.15 p.m.
NASSAU TO: George Town (Exuma)
10 00 a m. 10.45 a.m.
1 .30 p.m 2.15 p.m.
NASSAU TO: Governor' s Harbour (Eleuthera)
8.45 at.m 9.15 a.m.
4.00 pmn 4.55 p.m.
NASSAU TO: Great Harbour Cay (Berry Island)
8.30 a.m 9.00 a.m.
2.45 p m 3.05 p.m.


NASSAU TO: Inagua
10.15 a.m.


12.30 p m.


NASSAU TO: Mangrove Cay
7.00 a.m. 7.25 a.m.
3.45 p.m. 4.10 p.m.
NASSAU TO Marsh Harbour (Abaco)
8.00 a.m 900a.m.
4.15 p.m, 5.10 p.m.
NASSAU TO: Mayaguana
10.15 a.m 11.50oa.m.
NASSAU TO. Miami
8.00 a m 9.45 a.m. DST
9.30 a.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 in 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 .g.
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
11.00a.m. 12.30p.m.
2.30 p.m. 3.15 p.m.
GOVERNOR'S HARBOUR TO: Nassau
9.00 a.m. 9.30 a.m.
5.10 p.m. 5.40 p.m.
GREAT HARBOUR CAY TO: Nassau
9.15 a.m. 9.50 a.m.
3.20 p.m. 3.40 p.m.


INAGUA TO: Nassau
12.45 p.m.


2.25 p.m.


MANGROVE CAY TO: Nassau
7.35 a.m. 8.30 a.m.
4.20 p.m. 5.05 p.m.
MARSH HARBOUR TO: Nassau
9.15 a.m. 9.45 a.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 1015 a m.
1 .30 p.m. DS.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.
7100 p.m. D.S.T 6.45 p.m.
10.00 p m. D.S.T. 9.45 p.m.
11.00 p.m. D.S.T. 10.45 p.m.
+ One-stop (all others non-stop)
NORTH ELEUTHERA TO NASSAU
9.00 a.m 9.30a.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:
7.40 a.m.
11.00 a.m.
3.15 p.m.
5 00 p.m.


Nassau
7.55 a.m.
11.15 a.m.
3.30 p.m.
5.15 p.m.


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

851 Daily

907 Tu/Sa

603 Mo/Th/Sa


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


603 Daily
607 Daily

801 Daily
109 Daily

651 Daily
853 Daily

903 Mo/We

501 Daily
503 Daily

401 Daily
405 Daily

903 Mo/We


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


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


Twin Otter
Twin Otter

FH-227

Goose

Twin Otter

Twin Otter

FH.227

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


FH-227
Twin Otter
FH-227
FH-227


Daily Twin Otter
Su/Mo/We/Th/Fr Twin Otter
Daily Twin Otter


Daily


901 Tu/Th/Sa

501 Daily
503 Daily


Twin Otter

FH-227

Twin Otter
Twin Otter


605 SufTu/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

39 Daily
45 Daily
47 Fr/Su
49 Daily
53 Daily
58 Su/Fr/Sa

604/606 Daily
608 Uaily

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
SufTu/We/Fr
Su/Tu/We/Fr
MofTh/Sa


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

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


902 TufTh/Sa

502 Daily
504 Daily

606 Su/Tu/We/Fr

402 Daily
406 Daily

45 Daily
49 Daily


FH-227

BAC 1-11
BAC 1-11

Twin Otter
Twin Otter

FH-227

Goose

Twin Otter

Twin Otter

FH-227

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

FH-227
FH-227

Twin Otter
FH-227

Otter
FH-227

FH-227

Twin Otter
Twin Otter

FH-227
FH-227

FH-227

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


FH-227
Twin Otter
FH-227
FH-227

Twin Otter
Twin Otter
Twin Otter
Twin Otter

FH-227

Twin Otter
Twin Otter

FH-227

FH-227
FH-227

BAC 1-11
BAC 1-11


NOBODY KNOWS THE BAHAMAS LIKE BAHAMASAIR

RESERVATIONS: NASSAU 7-8511 FREEPORT 352-8341


I


Saturday January 12, 1974


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ways



to stretch energy.


SSteady does it. Drive with a
9 steady foot on the gas pedal.
Anticipate your stops so you don't speed
up just to slow down. Remember, every
time you press the accelerator you squirt
liquid gasoline right into the carburetor,
often more than your engine can use
efficiently. The smoother you drive the
farther you will go.



No jackrabbit starts.
The second or so you save isn't worth the
extra ounces of gasoline it takes to make
your car jump away from a stop sign or
signal light.


S Tune up and save.
S A misfiring spark
plug can cost you
nearly 20 per cent of
your fuel in certain kinds of driving.
So can a car that is poorly timed or a
carburetor that has become misadjusted.
Often a good tune-up can pay for itself
in the fuel you save.





'1 Check your air
cleaner.
Your engine burns air as well as gasoline.
If your air cleaner is dirty your engine
may be burning gasoline when it could be
burning air.



Keep your tires
fully inflated.
Sure, soft tires
give a smoother
ride. But the energy it takes to keep them
rolling wastes fuel, as much as a gallon
per tankful.


Ar /, Plan your trips.
S-rt ^ See if you can
arrange your driving
Sday so as to avoid
making extra trips. Just running down to
the store to pick up a pack of cigarettes
can waste a lot of gasoline.




Pool your resources.
Maybe you can get
together with some
friends and form a car
pool for driving to work. A car will carry
four persons for little more fuel than it
takes to carry just one.





Turn off your engine
when you have to stop for more than a
minute. It is cheaper to restart your
engine than to let it idle for minutes
on end.


iDon'tgun
S your engine.
J. "'a'.. Car engines
s ..-.'^. *" aren't like
aircraft-they don't have to be all warmed
up before you drive. Just start up and
drive at reasonable speed. Racing or
gunning an engine just wastes fuel and
messes up the air.


Sailors take notice!
Many of these tips for
%. motorists are just as valid
for powerboat owners. And everyone
knows the value of a clean, smooth hull.



If you don't need it,
turn it off. Our electricity
comes from oil, too. That
means all lights, appliances,
TV sets, everything that burns electricity
should be turned off when not in use.


If you cook
with electricity-
S you can usually turn off the
stove a few minutes before your
dish is cooked. Because the coils
retain enough heat to finish the job.
And often you don't need to preheat your
oven before you start baking.



Another tip for cooks:
the cleaner your oven, the
more efficient it is. And a
layer of aluminum foil on the bottom can
help reflect the heat and make your oven
more efficient.




*" "Dont air-condition
your house from habit.
Air conditioning uses lots of energy. It is
easy to get in the habit of keeping it on,
even when the weather isn't that pleasant.
See if an open window won't make your
room just as comfortable. It's a lot cheaper.





i, Think conservation.
Every time we start an engine,
turn on a light, run the hot water, use an
electrical appliance, we use energy.
And there is not enough to waste. So the
question to ask before snapping on a
switch is: "Is it necessary?" If the answer
is no, we all know what we have to do-
we have to conserve. Because if we don't
there could come a time when we won't
have the choice.
Cut out this advertisement for ready reference
and to show to others.




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1073
No. 39


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\(, 111 1 S ACT 1u50)


i :. I All adlinin o o n Hels ntil or ii ctiupiers

2. All .Atl Ir (]I n.iLinl.'

S lihe Pc itiik'n ,t' La.. l:Ci-'rI is n of' titc So ithlCrn'
District of the Is'Lind of Ncv Providence one of
the Islainds i 1i Ii (,ii) n onwicalthl of the Balihaltas
in respect of
AI.l THAI l' p-aTc l of land I ,.1 1 Fi iii 'si lot
inuhel ithirteen (1 31 in block number
lift\ -,seveni (5"') ii "1I neiloll" inll tle Soutlherni
District of tile nl.iin idf Now Providence one of
thie said i 13,0i iiiia isliaid a pllai of thue said
"Inglerston bein' lodged for record inl lte
Suffice of the Suntic r (cit ler. l in Nassau in lile.


s1iid Island (tf


Nesi\ l't i\ 1i 1 Cc'.


I ehank rgi-,vsn clainlts to be owner of tile
.llil ulllh c'be e c 'c I' ,ple e',t;ile i possession oi
the said land and ihas ilide application to tihe
Suprellme Court of ilie Coniionwiealtl of lthe
1" 01''i.-,l, under Section 3 of The Q(uieting Titles
-ct 95 to hit) i Il his tille to the said land
Investigated anld he nature ad l tent therof
dclcnrilined and declared in a Certlficate of little toi
he granted b\ ithe (oirl in acordalnce with the
provisions of thtie s,d \cl.
(Copie's iof the iii ) I o i' id l ,ind iill,', l
lsiccted during, no ailil office hours in tile
,ii.. ., i, _' places

i) TIhe Registlr of thel Supreme Court. Public
Square at ii, Cityi' of Nassau in the Island of
New Proidnciicc.
lb> The (Chawbers of Messrs. (arson. l.awsoii.
Klonaris. Sawi e r & Knowles. 311' BHi Street
in the said ( it\ of Nassau. Atlornes fo l tlihe
Petitioner, an.
NOTICI is lihterh given that any person hia.ilng
dower or a right to dower or an adverse' claim l or a
.ii, not recognii cd in tile Petition shall on ior
before the 10th ,da\ otI cbruary. A.D. 1 974 file in
the Supreme (Court and erve on the Petitioner otr
the undersigned a statement of his claim in tihe
M'.s inb ed fonn verified h\ an Affidavit to be filed
therewill. Failure of ai such person to file aind
t'erve a statement of ilis claim onl or before the
10tli day of Februar. A.I) I 074 will operate as a
bar to such claini.

(A l IN I LA\\SON. KLONARIS.
SAWYI-R & KNOWLES.
Cha illlbeht .,
309 Bay Street.
Nassau. Bhalla s.
Attorneys for tlhe Petitioner


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aturday January 12, 1974

FOR 3 in 1
LAWN SERVICE
RTILIZE FUNGICIDE
PEST CONTROL
TROPICAL 2-2157


Funeral services


for Joseph
Fl.'l R \L services for Mlr.
Joseph Richard Albury J.P.
will he held 3 p.m. Sunday at
St. Joseph's Church, lBousd
Road. The Rev. Preston Mloss
will officiate arid burial sill he
in the Catholic ccinctcrn .
Infant View Road
Mr iAlbury (I0. l Sian
Salvador, died Thursdl.
morning at the Prince-s
Margaret Hospital I[ s wsi
iIIarnir c or the B nittatifa
I e i e .c i in II n 1 i ;i t i 11 N
(( corporation station tj S aii
Salvador, a catecIsl st 1it h
Savour C(atholic church iLdni
local husinessnian
iHe is survived h\ Ins widowl
Mable: ix sons. Including
B rnard XAlbutr\ H.i 1 ( I '-
statini mIanagc-i Jt In.it'uJ.i .i1d


Albury
Assistant Tourism director
Baisil \i.ir.- seven daughters,
including Sister Mary
lrscphine Albury, O.S.B., Mrs.
irbhara. Knowles, Mrs. Lilymae
I lhitipson and Mrs. Ruth
.sl'Icr and 14 grandchildren.
Mr. Mlhury is also survived
lis' two brothers, Preston
\tiiun, M.P. for Rock Sound,
j',d (eorg'e B Stuart of Miami:
i:d tl k( sisters, Mrs. innia


I iidcnd may pay their last
.pi ctui s at Butler's Funeral
I-,ic and ( rematorium,. Blue
Hill Road from 1 I a.m.
Sa.tirda\ until noon Sunday
and irmn 1 p.m. until funeral
tnic .it the church.


The Fund Raising Committee of the Ranfurly homess for
Children is preparing for their first annual fair on Februiary 16, on
the Home Grounds. The aim is to exceed $18,000.
The fair begins at 11 a.m. and ends 11 p.m. Committee
members above: Jenny Mackey, Co-Chairman: Elva Rolle,
Chairman; Isadora Maynard; Rose Archer; Jackie Armbrister;
Ethelyn Russel; Andrea Sawyer; Hubert Lewis; Kariyn Shephard;
Sarah Isaacs; Leslie Johnson & Norma Headly. Back Row: Sally
Woodruff; Jack Shephard; L. Dagliesh and Ed Woodruff.




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

NASSAU TO: I,f MI
8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.r. 40 J u.
9:30 a.m.+ 12:15 a.rnm. 44 ,
10:45 a.m.* 12:30 a.m. 42 J D.,
3:00 p.m. 4:45 p.m. 48 J U1Ll,
3:45 p.m.t 6:20 p.m. 50 J Dinl
7:30 p.m. 915p.m 54 J TveFiSo
8:30 p.m. 10:15 p.m. 54 J M',Tr,Si
MIAMI TO: NASSAU
10:30 a.m. 10;15 Am. 41 J Daily
1:30 p.m. 1:15 p.m. 43 J Dal-y
2:00 p.m.t 2:30 p.m. 45 J ),;i.
5:45 p.m.t 6:30 p.m. 49 I j,
7:00 p.m. 6:45 p.m. 5i J DalV
10:00 p.m. 9:45 p.m. 55 J TuWeVFrSu
11:00 p.m. 10:45 p.m. 5L. r oThSa

U.S.A. Customs and Immigrations Pre-(< iti
t ONE STOP (All others non-stop)

ALL INTER-ISLAND TIMES REMAIN THE SAME


BaH"MasaRl
Reservations Nassau Telephone 7-8511
Freeport Telephone 352-8341




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that *'t. HALL ,01 .MrIey
Street, Nassau is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for .i .' i '.,i as cit -t en of
The Bahamas, and that any pet on who know_-, any reason;
why registration should not h1 granted should sernd o
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 5th day of Januaryi 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Ctzenship, P O. 0
Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ANNIE LOR!L i UL'i- OD
of Sea Grape, Grand Bahama is a)plving to the ?'."iil-t
responsible for Nationality ard Cid t 1shp A-t. ', j i ,-t m ''o
as a citizen of The Bahamas. and tlat ay pes .ho
knows any reason why registration should no! bIe .i ed
should send a written and signed statement .i 'fh- :e ts
within twenty-eight days from the 12th .dav nuaj'y
1974 to The Minister responsible for atiot ty 'cdt
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that Ll .' Rt YOLAS
TUCKER of Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Cit,/enshi,. f-
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas., atd that aTiy
person who knows any reason why tegist"i tot shouLld 'not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days horn the 12th day of
January 1974 to The Minister responsible '0i Nationality
and Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147, Nassau




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that CANUTE ADOLPHOS
SCOTT of 60 Adventurers Way, Freeport, Grand Bahama is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The B t,
registration should not be granted should send a wr itten
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 12th day of January 1974 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship. P. O. Box
N7147, Nassau.


Anniversary services


1111 T:NTH anniversary of
St Michael's Methodist Church
in the Boyd sub-division will
lc observed tomorrow.
I hc morning service will
cgirn at 9 00 a.m. and will be
idniactedl by the Rev. Peter


Swinglehurst Minister of the
church
The chairman of the district.
the Rev. Edwin Taylor. will
preach the sermon and Sir
Roland Symonette will read
one of the lessons.


furthering his general
education through private
tuition.
He is married to the former
Etulis lona Neilly of The
Bluff. Eleuthera. They have
two children a boy and a
girl.
MIr. Sands' church
affiliation is The Assemblies
of God. Evangelistic Centre,
Grants Town. His hobby is
golf.


NOTICE

NOTICE is heiebv (g v- that ROBERT J. HERMAN
FOPRES of Matth',wtw*-1, Irtgua, Bahamas is applying to
tile Ministere isp' si' le fit i Nationality anid Citizenship, for
iegistiation as a citizen (if The Bahamas, and that any
person who ktiows a'y wisorn why iegist t ion should not
be granted shIould sind w'iitten arid signed statement of
the facts within twenty1, -ight days from the 5th day of
Jarniai 1974 to The M imstc- responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147, Nassau.



NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that GLADSON TALFORD
PRATT of Davis Street, Oakes Field. Nassau N.P. Bahamas
is applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, forii iegistation as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that an, pelson, who knows any reason why registration
should not be granted should send a written and signed
statement of the ,a(ts within twenty-eight days from the
5th day of Jaiiua, 1974 to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citi.onship, P. O. Box N7147, Nassau.


NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that LOUISE ARNOUISE
MONTREUIL of Quakoo St., N.P., BHS. is applying to the
Minister .c.,,-..,r-,t for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalization 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 5th day of
January 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.


SCHEDULE OF SERVICES.
Sun School: 10 a.m.-
Preaching 11 a.m. & 7:30 p.m.
Wed: Prayer & Praise: 7.30 p.m.
Fri: Youth Fellowship: 7:30 p.m.
THE FRIENDLY CHURCH
WITH A BIG WELCOME
ardar -s H Mills Ph -1 513 -P- 0 -1


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NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that EILEEN MAY HODGES of
Eastern Road Nassau P. 0. Box N-3919 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 12th day of
January 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that GEORGE WILLIAM
HODGES of EasternRoad Nassau, P. O. Box N-3919 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
registation should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 12th clay of January 1974 to The Minister
responsible for N. '.,r,'ali' and Citizenship, P. 0. Box
N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that GEOFFREY ANTHONY
PLATTS of Tuckaway Road, Nassau 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 12th day of
January 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MARCIA ANNE PLATTS of
Tuckaway Road, Nassau is applying to the Minister
espotisible 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 12th day of January
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.



NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that RUTH CASTLE of Tuckaway
Apts, Village 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 12th day of
January 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that JOSEPH SAMUEL GARVEY
of Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama, P. O. Box F-2659 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 12th day of January 1974 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P. 0. Box
N7147, Nassau.


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PHOTOGRAPHY
on the waterfront at East Bay & William Sts.
Telephone 5-4641
1974 our 4tlt year of photograph-' in The iaeias.


Gospel Chimes to appear
SI t(CIAL revival services are being conducted by Evangelists
Clarence and Barbara Williams at the Church of God of Prophecy
on Soldier Road nightly at 7:30 p.m.
I he Gospel Chimes will be appearing at the revival services
tomorrow.

D Nassau Christian and Missionary
ALLIANCE CHURCH
Temporarily Meeting At Y.W.C.A. Building
Dolphin Drive at John F. Kennedy Drive.
S I Rev. Weldon B. Blackford, Minister

WORSHIP HOUR 11 A.M. GOSPEL HOUR 7 P.M.
"PARABLE OF THE "INVITATION TO
ELDER BROTHER" REASON"
F TUESDAY BIBLE AND PRAYER FELLOWSHIP, 7:30 p.m.


BAPTIST BIBLE CHURCH
Located on Soldier Road Old Trail. .A


E L ETHE R A BORN
Edward Sands (pictured) has
been appointed manager of
the Star Insurance Company
Ltd. Ordinary & Group
Insurance Department, said
Shervin W. Thompson, Star's
general manager.
The Ordinary & Group
Department handles all types
of insurance offered by Star
with the exception of HIome
Service and General policies,
including equity-linked life
insurance plans.
Mr. Siands was horn at
Palmetto Point on May 21.
1941, son of the late Mr. and
Mrs. Albot Sands. He was
educated at Palmetto Point,
Western Secondary School
(Nassau) and the Oakes Field
Technical College.
He joined the Colonial
Insurance Co. in 1959 and
rose to Staff Manager, from
which he resigned in 1960 to
become Manager. (Oxford
Insurance Co. Ltd. tie left
Oxford in 1972 to join Star's
Home Service Department.
Mr. Sands is currently
enrolled in University of the
West Indies Extra-mural
Dept. courses in company
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s evetnitg 0) \c 'ne codr
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[he longest nd most thrillmng
!.iiht sequence .evr :Inled I he
last tight s.e!eC running over
lAeheC !ntit es. t-iransfers t t ilte
d:idience nilt only a visual
e\penrence biut incredible
h dx sensatjtns as well
Although this ine scene took
oeer a month to film. It
achieved for Kao Pau Shu the
impact she set out to create
n. 'Blood of the Dragon." a
director who knows what she
want in a film. along with a
leading man who can achieve
the high goals set for himn have
re ulted in an exceptional
martial arts fil
BBLOOD OF FHtt
DRAGON" is a Michael Thevis
Presentation fined entirely on
location in Taiwan.


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PRETTY as a picture two lovelies, Miss Oakville (the
name of a tiny town sandwiched between Ontario and
Toronto) and Miss Bahamas, enjoy the warm sunshine on
the beach at the Sheraton-British Colonial Hotel.
Miss Oakville, Joanne Schooley, a fashion-conscious
college student received a week's holiday in Nassau as one
of her many gifts.
Joanne enjoyed her visit so much she just "can't wait for
another opportunity to return. A week just isn't enough."


3TAY FILMS *W, Pit ,:TuAEC P'"reser.l



From COLUMBIA PICTURES R '^
Plus! at 7: & 10:30
"GEORGIA- GEORGIA"
O ,\') 1: I E\R)1: 7 I 7 4 1)l I'-I/


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NOW THRU THURSDAY
Matinee 3:00 & 5:00, evening 8:30 'Phone 2i.


u p ::PAM BRIER BOOKER BRADSHAW
ROBERT DOQUI 0 WILLIAM ELLIOTT
ae ^-r ALLAN ARBUSo SID HAIG'
NO ONE 'NIDER 17 ADMITTED
Reservations not claimed by 8:1 5 \ill bI
sold on first come, first served baste,


Now thru Tuesday Now thru Tuesday
Matinee starts at 2:00 Monday continuous'
Evening 8:30 from 3:00
Sunday continuous
"TROUBLE MAN" R. from 4.45
Robert Hooks,
Paula Kelly "DRACULA A.D. '72'
plus Peter Cushing.
Christopher Lee
"WELCOME HOME
SOLDIER BOYS" R. plus
Joe Dan Baker "CRESCENDO" PG
No one under 17 admitted. Stephanie Powers,
'Phone 22534 James Olson


NOW THRU TUESDAY
Sunday continuous from 4:30 'Phone 34t,6f,
Monday matinee continuous from 1:30, evening 8:3









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Now showing thru
Tuesday. -"THE SPOOK WHO
SAT BY THE DOOR" plu,
"RETURN OF SABATA\
Sunday showings continuous
from 4:30. Monday &,
Tuesday matinee continuous
from 1:30, evening 4.30
Parental discretion is advised
Starts Wednesday. -"THE
BLACK SIX" plus "KILL OR
BE KILLED" matinee will be
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Outnumbered by 25 to 1. the
black six accomplish their
revenge in a final clash with the
white bikers in the football
"Wake I'p \nd Die," a
R',.ioli l lm I),t uil I' s Inc.
re,case is an explosive dram a of
todj ',s youth, spiked x;l" h a
;i.-tc nng mianhin it al s ,! 1
coinen It lihe I aslitan clo"ri
orine iim 'i a blasting st!u
and audiences will have the
opportunity\ to see this unusual
1moiion 1 picture when it opens
at the Wulft Road theatre
LIuciano Luiitnng, on whose
life -Wake t'p And Die" is
based is a real person who tis
itnow serxinge time in Ia French
prsonll hospital, while
recutipet i ng i!from the wounds
ho utlferd aIt the time o his


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capture by the police Italian
of fcials have requested his
extradition as soon as hli
finishes his prison term in
I rance Hiis wife. who played
an important role in his life.
other than just a wife, now
operates a small restaurant ini
Milan, awaiting his eventual
release.
Luciano's brush with the
police started in 1P63 when he
escaped a police roundup An
ove 'ealous newspaper called
him Soloist of the Machine
Gun. which lifted this
comparatively unknown iit. a
top crime figure. tie is reported
in one city after another and
robberies are attributed to him.
\ massive manhunt is in
pr gress Betrayed by money
and accomplices, Luciano
ibegis to shoot to kill. His wife
"Yonne. always at his side.
re.il/'es this can only lead to
her husband's death. Turning
informer. she attempts to have
I ucia,no captured alive. lhei
instinct of Iliiht takes hold. He
evades the trap and steals into


continuous from 2.15.
evening X830. Parental
discretion is advised.
In R B lack Si\
Wah\igt on. I Her. Morns,.
Liani,,t liarn."t- an d r ( n arm
l[ o: tn'\ ari nd the
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BAHAMAS GAS
HELL A DIVISION OF
SHELL BAHAMAS LIMITED

Annou-nce that in order to effect economies
no ,' osts, they will no longer be open
for bus' ness on Saturday mornings, starting
on Satu rdav 26th January.


SUPEF
WITH BA
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Enjoy all you c
Delicious Bahan
for $7.00 per pei
Children underlr


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Balmoral Beach Hoto I
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rt5H." Trt S NIGHTL / 10 40 & 12:40

Make the evening complete with a gourmet dinner
in the Imperial Dining Room.
Dinner from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.


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tough F rench underworld nd
soon earns the label. 'Public
neniey Nuimbher One."
International police .lid
Yvonne still anxious to trap
Luciano, :. .. .*...1 his bloody
trail and eventually capture the
elusive gunman, but ,not unlil
he is severely wounded.

SAVOY
Saturday night 8.30 p.m.
thru Tuesday, "TROUBLE
MAN" plus "WELCOME
HOME SOLDIER BOYS"
Sunday thru Tuesday matinee
continuous f-om 2.00,
evening 8.30. No one under
17 will be admitted. Plus late
feature Tuesday night.
Wednesday thru Friday,
"DETROIT 9000" plus
"TWITCH OF THE DEATH
NERVE" matinee continuous
from 2.30, evening 8.30. No
one under 17 will be
admitted. Plus late feature
Friday night.


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CLASSIFIED


SECTION


CLASSIFIED
TO PLACE YOUR


ADVS. BRING RESULTS-FAST
ADV. TELEPHONE 219868 EXT. 5


RIEAL ESTATE
C13120
LOT 118 x 155 Montagu
Heights. Lot 100 x 115b
Gleniston Gardens. Phone
5-8512.

C13198
BUY NOW!
14.500
sq. FEET!
$45 DOWN. $45 pet MONTH
CALL OR VISIT
FRANK CAREY
REAL ESTATE
P.O. Box N4764
BAY & DEVEAUX ST.
TEL. 27667, 24815

C13195

W A T E R F R ON T
APARTMENT Towers of
Cable Beach 2 bedroom 1
bathroom. Furnished. Phone
7-7355 or 7 7721.

C13167
ONE THREE bedroom house,
two baths, living room TV
room. utility room patio,
hurricane a.',i,.,j. walled
around.
One commercial lot ideal for
apartment building
One duplex lot all located in
Blair Estate
ALSO
One apartment site on Village
Road 93 x 124
One lot on water front 100 x
100 Eastern Road near
McPherson's Bend. Phone
42968.
C13205
BEAUTIFULLY situated
attractively designed hilltop
residence High Vista on large,
walled-in, fully-landscaped
grounds. 3 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms. living-dining.
breakfast room. patio, garage
etc. Excellent buy at $65,000
unfurnished.

Large two storey Bahamian
style residence with beautiful
sea view Eastern district. 4
bedrooms, 3 bathrooms living
room with fireplace, t,',,
room, study, spaicr s
verandah, pantry, large
remodelled kitchen, spacious
attic area and grouni-level
storage. Large, landscaped
grounds $150,000 furnished
Delightful semi-hilltop
residence with beautifully
landscaped grounds, secluded
and walled-in. Western district
near golf course. Beach rights.
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, maid's
room and bath, living room,
dining room, Bahamas room, 2
patios etc. Pump house and
garden storage. Lot 150 feet x
150 feet- $87,500 fully
furnished.
Phone: H. G. CHRISTIE LTD.
2104 1/2/3:4.
C13173
A LOT 60 x 130 Centreville.
Price $1 1,000.00. A
commercial area with 212 ft.
frontage Carmichael Road.
Price $1 5,000.00. A
commercial lot 50 x 100 on
Minnie St. Price $6,500.00. A
Residential lot in Foxdale
Subdivision only $3,000.00, A
lot in Golden Gates 1 size 50 x
100 ft. Price $4,600 00. Lots
in Canterbury Park, Prince
Charles Drive from $5,900.00.
Terms available. Two lots on
Blue Hill Road Price $5,000.00
each. For information and
appointments call Bill's Real
Estate 23921.

C13096
DAVSON'S REAL ESTATE
CO. LTD
(Certified Real Estate Brokers
& Appraisers)
Phones 21178 55408
P.O. Box N-4648,
Nassau, Bahamas
Proudly present
SMASHING REAL
ESTATE BARGAINS
THROUGHOUT THE
COMMONWEALTH
2, 3 HOUSESS in the following
areas.
EASTERN ROAD
EASTERN ROAD on the
water as well as on the hills.
SAN SOUCI
BLAIR ESTATES
GLENISTON GARDENS
WINTON
THE GROVE (West Bay)
SKYLINE HEIGHTS
NASSAU EAST
SEA BREEZE
VILLAGE ROAD


GOLDEN GATES
HIGHLAND PARK
PROSPECT RIDGE
WESTWARD VILLAS
CONDOMINIUM
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


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C13132
One TWO BEDROOM
Apartment in new duplex
:,,, iii,,, situated Boat Alley.
Unfurnished. Call 5-4258 or
5-7365.
C13115
NASSAU HILLCREST
TOWERS
Sun terrace -swimming pool.
I bedroom apartment, private
porch. $250.
1 2-bedroom 2 bath apartment
$435.
1 3 bedroom 2 bath apartment.
$445.
All nicely furnished including
wate&r.-
Contact 7-8421-2. Evenings
7-7065.
C13154
LOVE BEACH COLONY
CLUB on the Ocean, swimming
pool, tennis courts, club
privileges.
Two bedroom, two bath,
luxury apartment, available on
long term lease. Contact
7-8421/2, evenings 7-7065.

C13116
EFFICIENCY APARTMENT
in Palmdale. Ideal for reserved
gentleman. Call 51044 for
information .

C 13044
FURNISHED AND
AIRCONDITIONED 1. one
bedroom apartment and 1
efficiency. Contract Don
Pritchard at 5-8679.
C13164
LARGE 1 bedroom furnished
apartment out east. Beach
rights, private entrance and
garden. Couple only, no pets.
Available February 1st $275
pei month. Telephone
CHESTER THOMPSON
2-4777, Evenings 4-2035.
C13175
ONE bedroom apartment and
Store corner William and
Shirley Streets. Phone Stella
Moree 5-4826.
C13186
ATTRACTIVELY furnished
one bedroom apartment,
airconditioned, fully carpeted,
T.V. Antenna, automatic
washer and dryer. $200.00
Phone 5-8512.

C13185
FURNISHED two-bedroom
duplex apartment, enclosed
garden completely
airconditioned, automatic
washer, no pets. $260.00.
Phone 5 8512.

C13183
1 BEDROOM airconditioned,
furnished apartment in quiet
location off Mackey Street.
Rent $190. Tel. 53115 after 2
p.m.

C13070
TWO Bedroom apartments
completely furnished opposite
McPherson Primary School,
Blue Hill Road, South
Telephone available, call
telephone No. 23287.
C13046
MOVING?

For Expert Packing &
Forwarding by Sea or Air,
Contact E. H. Mundy &
Co. (Nassau) Ltd., P. 0.
Box N-1893. Phone
2-4511.



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C 13098
"MAUDONNA APART-
MENTS" -- Corner Mt. Royal
Avenue and Durham Street,
Two-bedroom apartments,
completely furnished.
Telephone daytime -- 28272,
after 6.00 p.m. 53418.


C13016
LOWER FLOUR two-storey
stone building situate on
Corner Providence Avenue and
Albury Street, Chippingham,
formerly Self Service Food
Store. Tel. 35053 Edward
Chea, Dunmore Avenue.

C 13099
'' THE WAKEFIELD
APARTMENTS" Corner
Cordeaux Avenue, Englerston.
C;.-! and Two-bedroom
apartments, completely
furnished.


C13174
3 bedroom house, unfurnished,
also, 1 bedroom house,
unfurnished. Both on 100' x
100' lot in Shirlea, Warwick
Street. Can be bought together
or divided. Call 4-1377 or
3-4343.
C13028
BEAUTIFUL Ocean Front
house in Harbour Mews
Complex, Fully furnished 3
bedroom 21- bathroom,
centrally airconditioned -
use of pool, marina, etc.
Telephone 77525 or write
Highlarnd, P. 0. Box N-4812,
Nassau.

WANTS TO RENT
C13184
ENGLISH family requires
three bedroom house.
Furnished or unfurnished. Call
31651.


L WANTS TO SHARE
C13 69
YOUNG lady required to share
apartment in Montagu Village
with schoolteacher. Phone
31 765 after 4 p.m.

FOR RENT

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

C13081
AIRCONDITIONED bedroom
apartment Shirley Park
Avenue. $235 per month.
Phone 5-8134.


28272,


C 13199
TWO Bedroom Apartment,
unfurnished, Mackey Street
South, water included. Also,
Store, same location, ideal for
business or office. Phone
2-8086.

PUBLIC AUCTION
C 13206
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his premises on Albury
Lane, situate Five (5) doors
from Shirley Street, South on
the right hand side on Friday
February 1st, 1974, at 12
o'clock noon, the following
property:-

ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land situate at the
Settlement of West End in
the Island of Grand Bahama
and bounded on the
NORTH by the Public Road
and running thereon One
hundred (100) feet on the
EAST partly by land
formerly the property of the
Estate of the late John
Wilson Roberts but now the
property of Leonard
Thompson and partly by
land formerly the property
of the Estate of the
Diana Jane Lowe
but now the property or
Maurice Thompson and
running thereon jointly Five
hundred (500) feet on the
SOUTH by land now or
formerly the property of
Grand Bahama Land
Company, Limited and
running thereon One
hundred (100) feet and on
the WEST by land now or
formerly the property of
Butlin's (Bahamas), Limited
and running thereon Five
hundred (500) feet.
Mortgage dated 3rd December,
1959 ELVERA KATHLEEN
GRANT to ROBERTSON &
SYMONETTE LIMITED
recorded in Volume 237 at
pages 448 to 455.

The sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.

Terms: 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.

Dated this 10th day of
January, 1974.

HARRY D. MALONE

CAS FOR SALE
C13038.
BLACK CHEVROLET
CAPRICE in excellent
condition. L. J. Knowles, Tel:
58134.

C13138
TRIIUMPH 1300 4-door 1968
r;,dio, whitewalls. Well kept
in f;nre condition by one
own.er. $775. Tel. 2-2325.


C13150


ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.
USED CAR LIST
1970 HILLMAN MINX 4 Dr.
Std. Green $850.
1971 VAUXHALL VICTOR
S/W Auto, brown $1800.
1973 PONTIAC VENTURA 2
Dr. A/C Bucket seats, vinyl,
floor shift $5600.
1973 PONTIAC FIREBIRD
ESPRIT 4000 miles only A/C
stereo $6500.
1970 VAUXHALL VIVA 4 Dr.
Auto. white $700.
1973 VAUXHALL VIVA 2 Dr.
White Std. -$1500.
Telephone 34636-7-8
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice Plant
C 13047
WOLSEY HALL
THE OXFORO CORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE
Whatever the qualification ,ou warn
G C.E 0' and A levels. a London
Univermt Degree. Profesinonail E-
aminailon orf Butinsne Sudieo Wolst,
Hall founded n I i94 ginei ou:
A guarantee of trution until sou pass
ouIfrc\anu1on atl noerraciot
An oumlstinding record of (, cwc For
cxampiit f, of %,olite Hall students
itingll forn A honour, degree- have
pa,&ed in Ihe laiIt I'ear,
Over 75? earn of\rpermen-e resultuig in
the m s i e 'ent modern methols or
txo'ial le.ihing h airnail ifreqi red
Personal iuition to meets our precise
requirement
Lot fenp,>abl tihe intalmernti
if you ant to kno, ho. to
prrpdrc for & stucsful future
I I it for a Free prospectua to
4 1 M LIM IRMU


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MARINE SUPPLIES


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C13157
1973 PLYMOUTH DUSTER
airconditioned radio tape
deck. 800 miles. $5800. Phone
34527 28293. 12,000 mile
warranty.

C13145
1973 PLYMOUTH SATELLITE
- four door, vinyl top,
airconditioned, power brakes,
buying smaller car will sell for
$4900. Cost $6,200. A-1
condition 11 months old.
Tel. 32580.


Telephone daytime
after 6.00 p.m. 53418.


C 11894
1969 3-ft. CHRIS CRAFT
Commander. Sleeps six, private
shower, two 230 h.p. engines1
with less than 200 hou;s,
kitchenette, good condition.
Call 24267, 54011.

C13043

TRAVELLING?

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



APPROVED PASSENGER
RIGHTS
II,, IIIIIII


C13065
PA' i r.1- V FR 44ft. Luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Pho 'e 3-2371.

SCHOOLS
C13147
GUITAR CLASSES. Group cr
individual instructions. Call
52354 morn ings

C 13039
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 and
8:30 a.m. or after 6 p.m. or
35084 anytime.

LOST
C 1 321 0
White uotpy, part German
t"phncrr ti btown -.pot on back,
g .' e. Friday. Call
, .' evenings.


POSITION WANTED


S 13, 1l
WELL-EDUCATED young
lady with Bahamian status,
college graduate, speaks and
writes German, French,
Spanish and English fluently,
seeks position. Please contact
Mrs. Roberts at 42016 or write
to P. O. Box N8282.


HELP WANTED

C13165
FLAGLER INN requires a.i
experienced Executive
Secretary, to fulfil this
position. Shorthand and typing
are essential. Also prefer
languages German and French.
Please contact direct Ron
Overend, General Manager at
55561 or 55579.


MAJOR COSMETIC

COMPANY


SALES AND MAREIING

One (of the major cosmetic and fragrance
' i|).iii. s, ratingig on a worldwide basis, has
an opening in its International organization for a
person to w;ik in its sales and marketing
division
This po ition is initially based in Nassau, and
there is a good prospect of substantial
ad vaiiu ment.
Tlt -,(ri.ssu,'In applicant will have, at least, a
g Ad li gh 1sihool education, a feeling for
mic chandiuig and a willingness to travel
extensively about 70% of the year.
E -periencu i the field, higher education, and
0 foreign !riguages will all be helpful.

F ., apply in writing to Mrs. D. Knowles, P. 0.
Bo- 6200, Nassau, Bahamas.







BUSINESS 6 PROFESSIONAL


DIRECTORY

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C13182
1971 DODGE AVENGER,
NEW automatic transmission.
$1,195.00 cash. Call John Cash
2-2768 days, 3-1397 evenings.

FOR SALE
C13113
BABY PRAM, stroller, walker
car seats and scales. Also
ceiling lamps, and stereo record
player/radio. Phone 3-2110.

C13181
PIONEER 747 Quadraphoitc
Receiver plus PL-12D turntable
and four DB+Speaker systems.
New condition. If you're
prepared to pay for quality
phone 32701 from 10 a.m.-
11 a.m. or 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.

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

C13177
OFFICE FURNITURE: Desk.
chairs, filing cabinet. CASH
ONLY. H. G. CHRISTIE
LTD Telephone 21041.

C 13163
ARTICLES FOR SALE
For information contact Mi.
M. Cartwright phone 23234 or
24030
Butcher Boy -$300.00
Hamburger Machine $190.00
Slicing Machine $500.00
Western Deep Freeze
$775.00
Vegetable Box $450.00
Cheese Box -$450.00
Milk Box -- $550.00
Meat Show Case --$485.00
Scales -$450.00
2 NCR Cash Registers
1 Desk
1 Filing Cabinet.

C13196
REGISTERED Pinto Gelding.
14.1l,, 7 years old, nice
disposition but needs good
exercise. Excellent potential a,
a jumper, easy to shoe and vo,.
Completely sound. Askiri
$700. Phone 2-3264 da-,,
4-2275 after 6 p.m.

C13202
BONNEVILLE Triumph 650
Chopper. Phone 31151
between 5 and 6 p.m.

C13207
1968 TRIUMPH 650 Troph.,
Excellent condition. $650.
BOSTON WHALER 33 hp
$650. Telephone 5-5905
4-1407.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
C13179
F and S TAKEAWAY
Open daily from 7 a.m.
til 10 p.m. daily
Monday thru. Saturday
Serving all native dishes
Phone 24911


PETS FOR SALE

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

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


MARINE SUPPLIES
C13168
BOSTON WHALER 13 ,
40-horse Johnson Tra ie7
$1995. Call John Cash, 2 27bh
days, 3-1397 evenings.


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ANTENNAS
Island TV 2-2618

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

BUILDERS
Richard's Construction5-7080

CAMERAS
John Bull 2-4252/3

CARPETS
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993

CUSTOMS BROKERS
Martin's 2-3173

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

DRAPERIES
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993

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

ENTERTAINMENT
Movies
Film & Equip. Service 2-2157

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


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


2-2868
4259


HARDWARE
John S. George 2-8421/6

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

LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING
New Oriental Laundry 2-4406
LOCKSMITH
Bahamas Lock & Key
2-4591 ext.C147

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

MUSIC


Cody's Records


2.8500


OPTICIAN
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 .OODS
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


HELP WANTED


WANTED

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


S 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.


L 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.


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C13197
WINDOW AND
SPECIALISTS
We repair Sliding
Doors, all types of
awning windows,
windows and doors.
54460 night or day.


DOOR

Glass
screens,
jalousie
Phone


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


TRADE SERVICES


C13045


J pr. 5.0a.


Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P.O. Box N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
HEAVY OUTY 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.


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


C6593
THE FAMILY GUARDIAN
INSURANCE CO., LTD. is
seeking the right women to fill
the post of ADMINIS-
TRATIVE ASSISTANT. She
must have five years experience
in accounting and know how
to co-ordinate the duties of the
Accounting and the Secrelarial
Staff. For an appointment call
Freeport 352-7233.


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C13170
SUPERINTENDENT OF
MAINTENANCE for aragonite
operation at Ocean Cay. Basic
qualification: Marine Engineer
papers. Must be qualified to
direct maintenance and repair
of ships, heavy diesel
stationary engines, conveyors,
ship loaders, cranes, hydraulic
dredges, high-voltage electric
generation and distribution,
and diesel tractors. Will
probably have had at least 15
years experience in field. Age:
40-55. Salary commensurate
with experience to
MARCONA OCEAN
INDUSTRIES, LTD. P.O. Box
N4177, Nassau.

C13171
MECHANIC: Must have good
general knowledge of auto
repairs and own tools, APPLY
WITH REFERENCES TO: Mr.
Pinder, Service Manager, Motor
Centre Ltd. Thompson Blvd.
Oakesfield.

C13172
BODY MEN: Must be good.
At least 5 years experience.
APPLY WITH REFERENCES
TO: Mr. Pinder Service
Manager, Motor Centre Ltd.
Thompson Blvd. Oakesfield.

C13180
GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL
require Pastry Chef to prepare
Continental Pastry -- 5 years
experience. Write with
reference to P. 0. Box N-3669
Nassau.

C 13194
SMALL OUT ISLAND hote;
requires experienced
book-keeper to take complete
responsibility for recording
daily guest transactions,
operating NCR posting
machine, and assistance on
front desk.
Applicants should write to P.
0. Box N-4107, Nassau, giving
full details of experience and
qualifications.
C 13121
TELEVISION, Radio and
Phonograph Service Man with
at least 5 years experience in
R.C.A. products, repairs. Mail
application with all references.
Interview by appointment
only. No phone calls please.
The President, Home Furniture
Co. Ltd., P. 0. Box N331,
Nassau.
C 13187
HOTEL ASSISTANT
GENERAL MANAGER. Must
have at least 3 years experience
in hotel managing. Thorough
knowledge of night auditing,
front desk accounting
principles required. Apply in
writing to: The General
Manager, P. 0. Box 5755,
Nassau, Bahamas.

C13203
PIANIST urgently required
with knowledge of classical
music. Ability to improvise
desirable. Apply Patricia Myers
School of Dancing 3-1611,
3-6235.

TRADE SERVICES


Bicycle Exerclse c s
Vibratory Belt
KEEP FIT AT HOME
EXERCISE EQUIPMENT
FOR SALE OR RENT

TELEPHONE
NASSAU DRUG STORE
HUBERT WONG
5-4506

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

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

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

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

C13209
ANYTIME YOU WANT
YOUR SHOES REPAIRED
Check out B's SHOE REPAIR
SHOP
on the corner of
Blue Hill and John Road.
MAKE OLD SHOES LOOK
LIKE NEW
OPEN from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.


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L WANTED
C6587
QUALIFIED ROF RiGE
RATION E xPE RT
REQUIRED, ROOM A C'S
AND HEAVY DUTY UNITS.
BE ABLE TO WORK WITH
MINIMUM SUPERVISION
P RE V E N T AT I V E
M A I N T E N A N C E
EXPERIENCE. REFE-
RENCES. TRADE
CERTIFICATES ANDL
POLICE CE RTIFICATE
REQUIRED E NT
SALARY AND -', i".
CONDITIONS APPLY TO:
THE MANAGER. O( A4-NLS
HOTELS L T. P 0. Ho
t 531, FREEPO.T. GRAND
BAHAMA.

- 13204
SAIPEM S.p.A. HAS
\ ACANCIES FOR THE
FOLLOWING POSITIONS IN
THE EXPANSION PROJECT
AT THE BORCO REFINERY:
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te able to I tai
S. s and pu N p'l
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tpet .nc- i d nsta dto n o' ci
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4 Fr'e"orr Rihame-s


HELP WANTED i


qualified to LI
dismconrecNt and read 'ad ie.t 'd
accurately electric "'ete' -
Required to inspeC.t 'or 04t'
tamper ng. Must krnow
Fr report area well
MECHANit Mechanic "eed"
to have severall years
experienLe minn reance ai'd
overhaul of tl iahj d
equipment (P .(')s. t t)I ,
com press % -t1. .ajveL,. et! )
electr,cal Po nAC PlAnT
EXECUTIVE S{LR -TARY
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i8 Outlaw duct 48 formerly i','; 4 Maybe
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22 Inquisit e 45 [ pt d 1 Fashion 6. Funeral song
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10. Somebody
15. Remodel
17. Nudists
19. Not any
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21. Put trust in
24. After
25. Resort city
27. Spanish
balcony
28. Relative
30 Gore
32 Contradict
35. Lofty
36. Daybreak
37. Lyric
38. Wish undone
40 Enemy
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--.CARROLL RIGHTER'S

-IHOROSCOPE
from the Carroll Righter institute

j GENERAL TENDENCIES You are able to get
your apparel and other evidences of your charm
improved Contact business associates and persuade them to go
along with your ambitious undertakings Later aspects take a
turn for the worse so be relaxed
ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr 19) Any form of engineering is fine
today since it can bring excellent results Evening is best for
the recreational side of life
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) A good day for entertaining
others and gaining their goodwill Show that you have a good
sense of humor Assist a person in need
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Discuss a plan with kin that
can make your hfe much better together Look into new
outlets that can bnng fine success in the future
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Engage in routines
you already have decided upon and get good results Don t
neglect to do important shopping today
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) Put a plan to work that will add
much to your present abundance Study newspaper for items
needed that are reduced in price Be wise
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept 22) Make it a point to show your
finest talents to those whose favor you covet The social side
of life can bring fine results at this time
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct 22) Make those ideas you have
workable even though you mn,,i make some mistakes in the
process. Talk the future over wait mate and be happier
SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov 21) If yo- discuss your personal
aims with a good friend, you can get the right suggestions
Don't spend any money foolishly
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec 21) Handling business and
public matters efficiently is easy now, so get busy Sidestep
one who has an eye on your assets
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan 20) If you go to another
source, you can now get the right answers to problems you
may have Listen to what an expert has to suggest
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb 19) Follow your intuition
now and advance in business and personal matters Try to
please an associate and come to a better understanding
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar 20) Talk over with associate how
to handle a special project more wisely and attain success
Forget any former differences Be practical
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will he
one of those dehghtful young people who is conscientious and
has to have complete harmony to do best work Direct
education along such lines as research investigation, medicine.
engineering, or whatever has to do with precision Give
spiritual training that will build lofty ideals


"The Stars impel, they do not
your life is largely up to YOU'


CROSSWORD

PUZZLE


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12. Appeased 31.
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14.Tuber 33.
15. Blight 34.
17. Enzyme 36.
18. Endeavor 38.
19. Assessment
21. Sign on the 39.
highway 40
22. Cronies 41


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Coddle
Wrong name
S -horn or ha
Sigmoid
Innovative
Carry
Fancy button
Lineate
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Impartial
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By VICTOR MOLLO
QUIZ
Dealer East : E W Vul.
North
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South
K J 9 7 2
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West North East South
4;) 4#
West leads the '14. Can South
make 4# regardless of the dis-
tribution ? If so, how should he
play ?
Analyals.-No lie of the cards
can defeat the dbntract. so loag
as declarer Is careful. The key
play is to throw a diamond from
dummy at trick one. East wins.
A club back would confine
South to two losers, a heart and
two clubs. So East returns a
diamond.
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and continues with the OQ. tak-
ing a ruffing flnesse. If the .K
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club. Should East turn up
with the CK, he can only take
one more trick, the 4A, and if
he doesn't cash it quickly, he


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Raggety shouldn't have taken them." Rupert
lathers up the hat, the onions and Sam's
loormat and than, finding himself a foothold.
Ie drops the things out through the opening.
I simply must take them back," he says.
Granny wants the string of onions. Sam
eedes the mat for his front door, and I know
)dmedod was upset at losing his hat Raggety


will be cross with me if he finds out. but it
can't be helped. I only wish I could think of
something else that he could store up for the
winter." Squeezing his way out of the hollow.
Rupert sets off to return the things he has
found. There's the gipsy caravan," he
murmurs. I'll go there first."
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Colonels victols 64-63. This
"e e. the defending champs a
Sone grme lead over the
*nitkans and the Classic Pros
hi)itl of whom are tied for
coach Jerome ,,nui d place with an 1 I and
till out Jtld 1tht,,c record.l
guard I Brnaid I muard Keith Smith in a
ie idi shi ',Ip Isuper gae scored a earn high
1\tn them II ,,tE 22 points and captured 17
rebounds in the Colonel's
goal attempt SItoitr. Fast breaking guard
hutinced ott J,,ihn Martin also burned 22 t''
Sltm al t e the defending champs.
et lca\nm-g the For those who ,aind~t. A'
00Wm to the health of tSi\-ii ,\
centre C(harlic Robbin-.. cil hic
is alive and kicking Ils i s
clutch rebounds went a fat i sa
in keeping the (Colonelk Iln sop
"I had a slo3 start.
tadinltted the foi-mcr AqL1naI,5
C('legCe cos centre "I \as a
bit en`se, biut then kilow we
had t', t\ill. Robbins last night
made his I rst start iOr tlth
sea ,.o"n
"I amit tootking forward to
plt.i\jng th iLrest l the seasoni
anlid bc ('halre R bbinis again,'
he said Robbins is .t .i!..
looking lor 'ward to their game ti
Sitit t lihc sensational Classic

It s\a' tBarncy who kept
Stratihdn ', in the game. lie
snatched gaie highs of 27
Seb'htinds-, and scored 34 points
ion t l to r 31 trom the field.
Beitle Johnson with b16
rebounds and Lionelel I \ains
wNith A further 14 saw
Strachan's outreCbounding tlhel
(Colonels 70-51.
Scotming 14 of 58 from the
field and two of three from the
line. Strachan's held a 30 28
half tine lead. The Colonels
also scored 14 field goals in the
first halt' but missed three tree
throw attempts.
Smith in the second half
went six for six froni the hlne
and tourt for five from the
field. John Martin added
another six field goals as the\
i tk a 54-44 lead with setn
o1lin te`s remaining.
SBarntey and guard Pritne
lIephurn then reared into
action bringing the Mechanit,
to within tile point of t aic
while tite clock said i\
seconds.

( 1tegians defend their itrest
place lead tonight wlhen the,
kc' the avengerss in thel
he better of rst game 7.30 at the ( I.
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GUARD BRIAN


PAVES WAY


FOR SWEETING


GUARD BRIAN Cartwrighlit
scored a game high of '1)
points yesterday bringing his
total fI'r two ganies to 38 while
paving the way for C. C.
Sweeting High's 53-51 victory
over former champs Prince
\ :,.1.. ,, IHlighi
Playing a rookie role with
Swseeting High this series.
Cartw right tagged along with
centre Ke\in "C(hick" Rolle
and (rest well Pratt in keeping
the boards clear of rebounds.
Rol)c addedd a health tCei
points bringing his total for
two gaICme's to 2 (.
Ra\ Rose topped Prince H ,:
ilth 12 Big centre Glen
Wn ght was, Iixt with eight
It isj'a b itit no leanis an llc's +
Vic t;r' ttt Sweetinet tigh
espci,nill. i1n *h. i.it quarter
when Pi'nir W\ill, trailing by
sixt p 'nrils it.' chcd a 47 all tie
wilh 2 2S eainiaiing.
ci nni Jolhnson who carried
three !ttiis in that period
started Prince Will off with a
lield goal and two free thiroits
tmltsinlg them three behind at
44-41
Strrong rebounder Ma\
.Albur, on the turnover
captured a defensive rebound
and sent the relay down court
to Roset hose assist ended inii
Wilght's teld goal.
It was a 4 3 point trade iln
fa\xou r of Prince Will that
created the tie. which remained
for over a minute and coach
Fred "'Pjpa"' Snith of Prince
Will took a time out.
Returning to the court,
Sweeting tigh turned on the
steam l)anny Stubbs made use
of a Patrick \Woodside assist.
Rollc .11 ,I -. that with a
layup when Stutbbs' field goal
fell short and Stweeting High
going into the fi al minute had
a stead 5 14-.7
('ailt right caite through
with soil" well needed help oni
the boards and Wright's final
two baskets were good enough
to bring Prince Will only two
behind Pralts late jumper
clinched the ganie for Sweeting
High as the\ remained
undefeated in two games
played so far
Sweeting High's coaches
Peter Thompson and Tomin
Grant in giving their novices
some experience played the
secondary five at the beginning
of the first quarter. This
resulted in Prince Will taking
an early 7-0 lead.
Then Grant brought on the
"demolition squad" and Prince
Will through the remainder of
the game had something to
worry about.


Team captain Cliftord
Rahming burned a game high
of 17 points while Bennctt
Davis and Reggie Forbes addtd
ten each leading Aqui..,,
College Aces to a 75-43 victory
over St. John's College.
Phillip Turner topped St
John's with 15 points and
Charles Albury added eight
The Aces. considered by
many as being the team to beat
this season controlled St.
John's for a 34-29 half time
lead before moving away 58-37
by the end of the third quarter.
In other High School
matches yesterday, defending
champs St Augustine's College
were still unable to regain their
winning form and dropped
their second in as many played
71)--I1 to A. F. Adderley High
St Anne's College defeated
Qu.en's college e 83-28


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The Public is hereby notified that
PATRICK COLIN BYLES
is no longer employed by
BETHELL ROBERTSON & CO. LTD.
and therefore is not authorized to
do any business on behalf of the company.

Bethell Robertson & Co. Ltd.


Commonwealth of the Bahama Islands


ENDERS FOR TREllASURY 111B S

Ihe Treasurer hereby gives notice that tenders will be received on Tuesday,
I 5th January. 1974 for Treasury Bills to be issued under the Public Treasury
Bills Act 1959 and the Public Treasury Bills Amendment Act 1905 on
Thursday. 17th January, 1974 as follows:-


Bills denominated and payable in
Bahamian dollars...............BS3.900,000.00.

The bills will be in minimum multiples of S100 and are redeemable
ninety-one (91) days from th date of issue.

Vhe bills will be issued and paid at the Bahamas Monetary Authority.
Details of payment will be notified to successful tenderers in letters of
acceptance.

Fach tender must be in a scaled envelope marked "Tender" addressed to:-

The Banking Manager.
Bahamas Monetary Authority

and should be delivered to the office of the Authority in the E.D. Sassoon ;
Building, corner of Shirley and Parliament Streets, Nassau before 3:00 p.m.
on Tuesday, 15th January, 1974.

Tenders must be made on special forms which may be obtained from the
Bahamas Monetary Authority and the Commercial Banks and must be for
not less than the minimum amount stated in paragraph 2. Tenders must state
the net price per cent (being a multiple of one cent) which will be paid.

The Treasurer reserves the right to reject any or all tenders.

Ministry of Finance
Nassau. Bahamas.
8th January, 1974


I -r I I I flFFE I 77V F ___T


Saturday January 12, 1974


only 1

THE BATTLE for the first
place in the BFA Soccer
League table continues
tomorrow when joint league
leaders Red Lions and McAlpine
play Tropigas and St. Georges
respectively at Clifford Park.
If McAlpine win the first
game against Tropigas they will
take the No. I spot in the table
until the Lions win the second
ga me.
Said McAlpine coach Dick
Wilson this morning: "Until we
meet the Lions on February 3
we have the psychological
advantage of having a game in
hand which means that every
time we win a game we go
ahead in the table and put
considerable pressure on the
Lions to win.
"It's going to be a very hard
game and we can't afford to
play like we did against St.
Georges last week, that was our
worst display, this season."
"We won't be disillusioned
by the score in the last game
.AtLini Tropigas w hen we won
5-1 because the score was 1-1
until the last 15 minutes when
we scored four goals."
"' .''re struggling a bit with
injuries, Mike Ila\ wood is out
with fluid on the knee, Mike
Pixton still has a hamstring
injury and Peter Moore has a
bad toe Hlowever. I'm sure
we'll manage all right."
D e fe n d ng eag e u e
champions T ropigas who hate
had a disappointing season
with a record of 2 wins and 3
losses to put them fourth in
the table, appear to be in the
same boat as McAlpine.
Skipper Randy Rodgers.
jilth. .eli he w ill bhe p i ti!, still
shows signs ofit a cartilage injury


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PHOTO: I TNC'NT'1' IA CU(;IAN
Strachan's Auto
player/coach Jerome Barney
goes over the rim tipping in
another of his 34 points.


which kept him out for most
of the firsthalf of the season,
while Andy Gautine is
doubtful with a bad leg and
Bob Elliot will probably be
unavailable for business
reasons.
Rodgers spoke
pessimistically about Sunday's
game. "With Andy out at the
back and Bob probably not
able to play I'll have to make
several positional changes up
front and in the midfield," he
said.
"At this stage our chances of
regaining the League Title are
pretty slight so we're now
going to concentrate on getting
everyone fit for the Knock Out
cup, which I feel we're capable
of winning."
Red Lions, undefeated
League Leaders are also
plagued by injuries.
Skipper Don Maples and
Paul Whitfield the leading
goalscorers, are both unfit.
Whitfield is still suffering front
an ankle injury and Maples has
a back injury.
In addition, club secretary
Tony Walker said Charles
Bartrain and Alastair
Henderson were both injured
in training last night, while
John Green is off the island.
"We had a disastrous
t raining session." said
Walker."Bartram twisted his
knee badly and Henderson tore
the ligaments in his right knee
and now has his leg in plaster.
"However, we won't have
any problems with team
selection because with only 16
registered players we now have
only 1 1 players fit to play.
"Maples might come on if
things are going badly ."
In their last game the Lions
were almost humiliated by
bottom of the table D)ynamos
when they clinched a narrow
2-1 win.
It St. Georges can play as
they did against McAlpine ladt
week, when they narrowly lost
1-0. soccer fans might well see
.1 major upset on Sunday.


Stoke pay


$552,000


for Hudson

LONDON Stoke City-
paid Chelsea more that
$552,000 today for midfield
star Alan Hudson to set
British soccer transfer record.
The previous British record
was $517,500 paid by Derby
to Leicester for David Nish in
1972.
Another big name was
placed on the transfer list.
George Best, troublesome
star of Manchester United
who made a comeback after
announcing his retirement
from soccer, missed training
twice in the last week.
The club announced he has
been suspended for two
weeks without pay. Best once
was rated one of the world's
top players.



LEEDS SET RECORD
LEFDS UNITED reached atf
unprecedented 25- game )winning
streak with a 2-1 triumph o Ter
Southampton Saturday in Inglisti
soccer first division play.
Derby routed BurnieN 5-1 and
defending champions I iverpovl
beat Birmingham 3-2.
Leeds tops the league with 42
points followed bh Liverpool with
34 and Burnley with 30.
ENGLISH Lt AGU
DIVISION I
Arsenal 2 Norwich 0
Coventry 2 Chelsea 2
Derby 5 Burnley 1I
Ipssich I Stoke I
Leeds 2 Southampton I
SLiverpool 3 lirminigham 2
Manchester (its 2 1 eicester 0
Queen's Park I Everton 0
Sheffield United 2 tottenhaii 2
West tilarn 2 Manchester tinited I
Wolverhampton I Newcastlc 0
DIVISION 2
Blackburn 2 Chesterfield 1
Bournemouth I Wialsall 0
Cambridge 3 Southend 2
Charlton 0 torighton 4
(Grinshy 5 Tranimere 0
SCOT'T ISI 1 FA(GtF
DIVISION I
'Clde I A,'r 3
lDumnbarton S Arbroath 2
lDundee v. Hearts postponed
Dunfermline 1 Iartick T whistle 1
Hibernian 3 Dundee United I
Morton v. Celtic postponed
Motherwell s. I alkirk postponed
Rangers 1 Aberdeen I
St. Johnstone v. Fast Fife ppn.
DIVISION 2
Albion i. Montrose postponed
Brechin 2 Berwick 0
Iorfar I Queen of Southl 2
Kilmarnock 3 Hamilton I
Queen's Park I Airdrie 3
Stirling Albion 1 Alloa ii 0
Stranraer S Cowdenheath 2
SCOTTISH CUP'
Second round replay
Clydebank 3 Inverness 2