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:F l trd with Postnaster of SBahama for postal. conceaslona within the Bahamas. Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


VOL. LXX1, No. 42 Monday, January 14, 1974. Price: 5 Cents


2 hurt in weekend


of





crime

POLICE, confronted with six armed robberies during the
weekend, are hunting the persons who held up several New
Providence residents and a German who was taken for a ride on a
motor-scooter before being beaten up and left in a cemetery.
Three of the robberies were between 11 a.m. and 11:30 p.m.
Saturday. One of them, the hold-up of the Ann's Paradise Club,
Thompson Boulevard, at 11:30 p.m. by two men armed with a
sawed-off shotgun resulted in serious injuries to Lucy Lloyd.
The woman, employed at the club, was injured in the face by
ricochetting pellets when one of the men discharged a round of
shots in the club.
Lloyd is listed in serious condition at hospital where she is


being treated for injuries to the
woman suffered eye injuries.
The incidents involving
Lloyd and another at 11 a.m.
were the only ones in which
personal violence was involved.
A visitor. Heiinz Dettlar,
taken on a motor-scooter by an
unknown man was robbed ot
50-marks and beaten up in the
St Francis Xavicr's Church
cemetery
An incident involving a
group of boys. armed with
cutlasses along Crooked Island
Street. Coconut Grove, was
reported to police by Paula
Toote of Gleniston Gardens.
Reports said that tlhe
woman, accompanied by her
sister, was walking along
Crooked Island Street around
7.30 p.m. They were accosted
hk several re Tibrs ,of th-"
group who demanded they be
given money. The group left
after the women were relieved
of their pocketbooks
containing approximately
$1,400 cash,
Three other armed robberies
were reported to police as
taking place on Friday.
January I 1. Authorities ; said


face. Reports also said that the

|By SIDNEY DORSETTI

that Donald Richardson was
robbed of S15 cash by two
men with sawed off guns while
he and a friend were walking
along Market Street at 4:30
a.m.

Ronald Small, walking along
Farrington Road was robt-ed of
530 by a g.-i.n of boys. One of
the members of the group was
armed with a knife police
reports said. Another incident
along Market Street took plaie
around 2 p.mn
Three unknown men held up
Diane Augusta and robbed her
of $25 75 along Market Street,
leaving her unhurt after taking
the mon' v. i'oli -' sui_'
Tihe kweek-end also saws
police involved in setting up
road-blocks at various points in
New Pro idence. The action on
the part of the police resulted
in several persons being
charged with possession ofi
drugs. There were no charges
against firearm offenders.
however


Ex-Hughes aide indicted


LAS VEGAS. \1 \ ADA
(AP) Former Howard
Hughes aide John Meier and
three others were indicted by a
federal grand jury Monday on
charges of conspiracy and tax
evasion involving the sale of $8
million in mining claims to
Hughes Tool Company.
It was the second indictment
for Meier, who was charged last
August with two counts of


attempting to evade $200,000
in taxes in 1968 and 9610 The
latest indictment supersedes
the allegations for 1969. while
a count involving alleged taxi
evasion for I "O is newv

Also indicted were Anthony
Ilatsis, 47, and James P.
('owlet. 45, both of Salt Lake
City. and Robert Kahan, 59.
Los Angetcs ltatsis is president
of Foledo Miunig ICo.


5-






Cruise ship



loss a



big cash blow

fit I OSS of tour cinise ships to Nass.au will -t the
government an estimated S7.500 weekly in head tax. And the
tact that the 450-passenger Federico C has hbccn i ,ddtd J\ill l! t
,ffse lw thlos- apprlcciih!. .


Sea search
TWO MEN whio lett
Adelaide around i: 30 p.in
Sunday night on a fishing trip
and failed to return home this
morning have become tlhe
object ot a search by the
Bahamas Air Sea Rescue
Association
The men. Mr. con
Musgrove and a trie'ndt had lett
Adelaide !o li s around tIhe
south-west re : t, reports ,ild.
lhey weie stIuppostd to have
gone out m an open l-i ool
white tibre glass boat
The men aire being sought
along with the 27-loot Capri
Dienne which left Key Largo,
Florida on December 31 for a
cruise 0t the Bahamas.
On board are supposed to be
Mr and Mrs. Bruce Senton.
lie boat swas described as
being turquoise with white
trimi Anyotne having seen her is
asked to contact the
B.A.S.R AS duty officer.


Still no relief for gas dealers


ONE WElEK has passed since
the Government promised
gasoline dealers that a new
Prices Conmmission would be
appointed "in a matter of
days." There is still no
Commission, and the dealers
continue to suffer under what
they feel is an unfair gas price
stnicture.

The dealers have done or are
in the process of doing
everything Government has
asked of them. But there is still
no concrete evidence to
support a Government
assertion seven days ago. that it
views the dealers' complaints as
an "urgent" matter, a dealers
spokesman said today.

The December 28 revision of
the Government-controlled
gasoline prices had the effect.
the dealers have said, of cutting
the retailers' gross mark-up
trom 32 percent to 22 percent,
a level at which they claimed
most stations were losing
money on every gallon of
petrol they sold. The retail
price of gas would have to be


BEAUTIFUL
VASES AND

ASH TRAY
E I SllAIIF[INMI
NASSAU. FREEPORT


increased six cents a gallon to
restore the dealers' mark up.
Efforts to ineel t "ith
authorities to ail their
grievances were stymied by the
fact that the responsible
agency, the Prices omissiono.
was automatically dissolved oil
December 31.
There was little likelihood of
the 1974 Commission being
appointed before January 15.
the dealers were told. Tlhel
decided that they could not
afford to wait that long and
convinced that Government
was deliber.i cl..' stalling "to
keep the public happy"
members of the Petroleum
Dealers Association voted
unanimously to take "'drastic'"
action to force the issue.
At 6 p m. January 4 all but a
few of the island's 77 service
stations locked their gas
pumps. Dealers had decided toe
stay closed until there was
"favourable" action from
Government.
But in a meeting on the
afternoon of Jan. 5, the
dealers. out of consideration
for the public and because they
felt they had made their point,
decided to re-open on the
morning of Tuesday, Jan. 8.
They brought the re-opening
forward 24 hours after a
Saturday night radio broadcast
in which Deputt Prime
Minister and Minister of
Finance Arthur I). Hanna made
it clear the Government would
not discuss the problem while
stations were closed.


last imondai morning tile
gas began tfiwing again, and a
delegait'. eight dealers
obtained a wo-houlr meeting
w ith Mi r llar .
Mir llinu.i, thie\ said. told
them the ;o\rminent vicwed
their ltliplaintilt. ., Ai1 urgent"
mllatter and p1 i ;:sed thai theI
apptointints ot a t new
rCo n isie sion i ti .t al .vitlh th
problem would om0 in "1
matter oi daJ '
1canwhilc. N1r tan,.i
supgestcd. the mo ,esM couAl INt
speeded utip it the dealers would
begin pleilnt ait talk. ,. jk ith
i temibeis itA the '1
Co tllission who e, cVn i!t not
reappointed, would be ini a
position to .idvi-e Ihe 1 v
appointees
LUp to today\ Governmient
has still not appointed the nexw
Commrnission. arnd the
Association has received noi
word on when it will be done
or when 1the' can meet wtith
author i ies
I here were reports that the
dealers might meet tonight 4 to
discuss the situalton
Ihie dealers complaints are
based on the facti that under
the Dec 2S gas price revision,
wholesalers werte allowed to
charge dealers I I cents more
per gallon, but dealers were
allowed to charge motorists
only nin cents more iThe
change knocked the dealers'
mark-up down from 15.5 cents
per gallon, or 32 percent of
cost. to 13.5 cents or 22
percent.


I'nited Shipping, which
ore'otisyi handled six cruise
shipst to Nassau, has had toitr
of, thicse ,ls disconitin te
lhiin stops cause of)i the tucl
CIsis.
A company spokesman. said
that fIrom 1Februal 1 the
Southward and the Skyward,
both oi tIhe N\o 't cgi.i
'( ibbein I.inc, i. ll ce tht' t lir
N --. 11 C., Ik o
Xt Ohw end of I iccinbcr tie
SUll Viking iand he ,\on i_'
P t ,.-' which he i l ', ai
(aibtbean Cruise l ines. wr
discontinued.
Ihis now 'ales Aud't.d
Shipping with only the Song of
Norway ( Royal Caribbeat !
every Sunday and the Starward
(Norwegian Caribbean) cIexi
Friday.
The Inited spokesman said
that an average of 3,200
passengers c''ild be expected
when the lour, including their
bi-monthly Southward were in
port.
This figure is now to bIe
reduced to 9-1100. "The
cutback will particularly atfect
the straw market and the tax
paid to government," the
United representalne'-c .aid
Clo\ r iliuen i co llecv ;. ;a "
head tax tW 1i cl t \ r 1 -
pa.ssenger.
( tii,'e ships wiii cn Ik ;!
coittin te tltia !ig i0 Na's.. ,u ;
the Federio C. w li, ht hi-
diopped .1 n ite soutilh, [i it
>i! i n! ti\o i oi Nassai. tlie
'lai:i. ihe Emerald Seas an.d
p h.,'ii S ia; .ili hna.dled ~by

Il. "eCenth regular visit i.-,
th' \lardi Gras, handled b\
I t1 M indy


BRITAIN'S Chancellor of
the Exchequer, Mr Anthony
Barber stopped to admire the
straw market products when
he toured the International
Boat Show.
The straw market formed
part of the Bahamas stand at
the show. Mr Barber is seen
accepting one of the men's
straw hats.
Behind him is Mr. Loftus
Roker, Minister of Health. On
the extreme left is Gwen
Kelly of the Ministry of
External Affairs.


Pindling

accuses

Tribune
I he Fribune, and more
spe ii .llI. Tribune reporter
Ni-li Kelly, were accused by
I' ime Minister Lynden
P'i-miing rida it of 'deriding
t' otlllt because if their
;-ged oi polsition to the,
e .ortiig n'

\Mr Pind lingis contlne i
I ere made during Its
anniversary broadcast on
"\Mary's Notehook.'"
Asked to comment on0
ci licisin directed towards the
government the Primne Munister
concCded that there was merit
in 1most criticism, but he would
make a distinction between
criticism of a government and
the system as opposed to
,riticisml of the country
"1 think that there should be
almost unlimited criticism of
the government and the system
s long as one can rely on .ticl
\ hen seeking to criticise "
Mr. Pindling suggested
how~'er that Fhe Tribune's
rmlicilsini vis intended to
dernde the ov, ernminent because
of oppootion "to one political
party-

It was his contention that
designedly or undesignedlo,
,hien reporter Nicki Kell>
trt t,' a piece opposed to th:.
'x, errnminent what she was ini
a. t 1 .i,:, was "deriding the
Sottintry


(,l OR ;Ii ix.\,' lY \N\
I \ ( ionuionweallh
C.arthbean gote'rnmicnts will be
a .kdd to coordinate whatever
actions they may decide to
take to cushion the iitm'.i[i ot
the serious economic crisis
expected in the wake ot oilI
shortages anid skyrocketing
pries.
Ss-lateient Friday trIoin
C a r i b b e a n t i itn t o 1
iMakelt aribbean I ire Iiade
Atca Secretariatat the end it a
two -da ministerial meeting
did not mention the oil cnsis
specifically, but obsereis sawm
the f-."'... i1tlii of a Ioint
approach to Arab nations by
the Caribbean along inh ant
approach to the British
government to pay more for
Caribbean sugar.
The ministerial council
decided to recommend to


regional governments "the
most urgent and imaginative
action not only to reduce the
adverse imllpact of these
consequences on the national
economies of the region but
also to maintain employment
and to increase regional
production, p.irli, niaily food."
The ministers further
decided to recommend that
iegi o nal go vern me nts
coordinate their approaches
designed to meet the situation
and to alleviate the secerit\ ofi
its impact on the Caribbean
people. Talks centred among
other things on the allocation
aminong member countries of
regionally p r o du c ed
commniodities which are in
current short supply. These
included not only fuel but also
such other commodities as
sugar rice and cooking oil.


I


and stealing this morning said
that she was injured in the
hand by a knife which was
carried by the accused.

The woman, put under
cross-examination by Crown
counsel Alpin Russell, shortly
before the afternoon
adjournment, also told the
court that she was positive that
the accused was the person
who had tied her hands and
wrists on the early' morning of
January 6, last y eir.
The jury, headed by
newspaper columnist P.
Anthony White, were told that
Pratt, who is defending
himself, also robbed the


WHY THE COST



OF LIVING



IS SO HIGH
A MI R(C ANT hls i one concrete example of why the


External

reserves

up to

$43 million

By' t KI KELLY
THi (OUNTRY'S external
reserves now stand at "N43
million S1 I million more
than they were in 1972.
Bahamas Monetary Authority i
chairman I Baswell lDonaldsti'
confirmed today.
The reserve position
strengthened after the period of
uncertainty whth followed thel
decision h th e IU K
gmerinlent hn June 1972 it)
disband the Sterlihng Area.
I he flatling of sterling
which occurred during 1972'
resulted in la loss of S1.5
million or, realignment of the
currency exchange rates, thli
repoitt said. I his loss was
treated as Ilan ettraordinars
item in the Accounuts.
In iebruars 1973 the
Bahamian dollar was devalued
by approximately' 12.7 per
cent. 'I e effect o)f this was to
immediately increase the hook
value of the external assets, the
report said.
The disbandment of the
Sterling Area had icepercuissions
elsewhere as well.
The Authoritly said that the
balainc' of' pay eCts cI tPa Ite
under scvcrc pressure il the
third quarter of 1972 as the
Monetary .\i ,'i.,in lost $).7
million v.. trli iof foreign
exchange., diue mainly to)
repatriation o)f sterling
investments.
This .,1-Il, ... continued
through the beginning of the
fourth quarter, but by year-end
the trend had been reversed
and the Authority increased its
net foreign assets by S7 9
million.
The economic slunip being
experienced by the Bahamas
wias also reflected in the
country's balance of payments.
The Authority report notes
that ithe most significant aspect
in the balance of payments
(ovei the previous three years
was the decline iln the visible
raude deficit.
"Froin the high point oti
.5' m million in 1 ....', the
visible trade deficit has steadily
.tiren to S109 mrnillion foli 1972
the 'iuajlk. ,I trade deficit
-nice 1965 when it was 582
million." the report said.
While the oil refiners
operations con tribute
Ig,' i;,I .,I1li, to exports (,o!
total exports ,of 5342 inillion
some S252 million are tor
petrotleutm and petroleumsin
prodtuctii it had no effect in
reducing the visiile trade
deficit.
"Indeed,. tnly in 1972 have
petrtieuuir e\xpots becn barely
able to olfset the value ofi
crude imports," -as the
.\iithhont .
liowe er non-petroleumit
exports have b-een increasing at
a master rate than non1 -
petrolteum imports.
I n fact in I 977 2
inon-petroleumin imports were at
the level of 1968 and taking
into account ptlce lent
increases, "it will he seen that
in real terms noil-petroleutil
imports have actually tallen
somewhat ."
This, said the report. \was
pnmiarly in consumer durables
and construction materials.
underscoring the slump in
economic activity."


I was
A t)l'\(t Freeport woman,
testifying before a Supreme
Court jury in the trial of John
Pratt, 24. charged with rape.
burglary and housebreaking


AS A READER you
probably get irritated by
many things. And probably
you believe that things could
be done differently and a lot
better if you had anything to
do with it.....Well, why not
"sound off" on some of the
things that have been
bothering you lately,
especially about the local
scene. There's plenty that
you probably feel could be
improved or corrected if only
someone would do something
about it.
Well, now's your chance.
The Tribune believes that
ideas trom others are not
only useful and constructive,
but can focus attention on
some of the ills of our
community.
So why not let us have
your suggestions for building
a better Bahamas.
Just drop a line to:
'Suggestion Box, The
Tribune. P.O. Box 3207,
Nassau,"
We can't assure all our
readers that their suggestions
will be published, but
hopefully some good new,
ideas may bring forth some
good results,
Here's the first letter for
the box:
YOUR TURN,
MR. HANNA!
S1)17TOR,. The Tribune-
(; viernment savs it is not
impr,'tin any new taxes, but as
thi cost of tlhe pound continues
rto lull, customs duitties AS A
PRICINVTAGE OF VALUE get
'ittir and higher on British
r,, "IA. Because of this
(;intt" iint is preventing the
p,'ph'c Ifro it enjoying the full
h'ttfit 'mi cheaper goods from
s'i is happening because
(itt.tOis #retquifes the pound to he
iinvertied at the old 2.150 rate
raten than rthe rate of the dav
whitth Itstowv 2.25.
Stict actual amount of duties
nwn having to be paid onlOOPpounds
worth of goods is B$58.13 (23'":t
oy S50.00). But it should tbe
HB.52.31 (23t.% of $225.00).
( ,i-crnmcnt rnds up within 11-
notre in its hItands, and the goods
c,,st th people 2'. more than
the t should.
Yu tr turn, Mr. lHanua!
'tERCHANT


A FOUR-CAR pile up at
3:30 p.m. Sunday resulted in
one man being killed and five
other persons being taken to
hospital where they were
treated for injuries and
diw, hailed
The traffic fatality is the
first for New Providence for
the year. Police reported that
Mr. Nelson Flowers, 42. who
was walking along West Bay
Street near the Nassau Beach
Hotel was fatally injured in
the accident. He was taken to
hospital where he was
pronounced dead on arrival
by doctors.
Police also said that the
accident involving cars
N.P.S. 454, driven by Neville


cut, says ra


witness

woman of about 5'0 cash, a
bottle of champagne, all
hierloom ring and a car.
insured for about S500.
She told the court that Pratt
held a knife at her throat
during the assault. She said
that she received the injury in
her palm when she was
awakened.
"I becamic startled at finding
someone standing over me and
pushed my hands tiup." she said.
tier hand went against the
blade of the knife, causing her
to be cut, she said.

Although she did not
identify the accused in a
police-line-up parade, she said


Cartwright, N.P.H. 155 by
William Saunders, Milton
Street, N-8466 by Charles
Mazuir, Dean's Lane and bus
498 by Alphonso Taylor of
Coconut Grove Avenue- is
under investigation.
Also injured in traffic
accidents on the week-end
were two-year-old Terril
Jones of Key West Street,
struck down by a car while in
the street at 5:30 p.m. and
Keith King, 12, of Bamboo
Town'.
Both accidents took place
on Saturday. King, struck
down by a car reportedly
driven by Lydia Dorset of
Carmichael Road, is in fair
condition at the hospital.


pe case


she identified him to the
officers by selecting his
photograph from a compilation
of suspects in early May, last
year
The trial is expected to end
sometime tomorrow. Heard
before Mr. Justice Maxwell
Thompson. Pratt has pleaded
not guilty. Hlie is remanded in
custody without bail.


IB DUDLEY'S
COR. ROSETTA ST. & MT. ROYAL AVE.
PREMIER ^ aL
PERCUSSION ,
INSTRUMENTS


C, A. V. GIRLING
BATTERIES
& other ORIGINAL Spares

BAY STREET GARAGE
Oiti. H U 1 1 S-. PHtONE 2 2434


KILLED IN PILE-UP


Caribbean call


I II I Is


- -- ---


Bahamas cost ofit i. ,I sot liiyi.
tic points o lt i n ai e Ic ur
tublishied in "'Sitl'csti'it o\"
in t l l i that with the Biitish
ountd L tLontinuting '.to tail tlhe
rice of British goods should
ie gettcling icheapci and cheaper.
But quite thtie reerse is
ha.ppecning. And all because it
( Cvcrn metnS ins ist'enc te
pegglnig tile cttersion oit tt the
British pound tfor customs dutis
plnposes to a 52.50 rate when
toida 's rate is soiiicvhc
nearer 2.25.
As the merchants right
points outl this means that
customs duties as a pUrJtit'u't
it! rlalt are getting higher and
higher on British 'I....J. And
this means that the ultiiiIale
cost to lthe Bahamian custom r
in the shops is higher than it
need be or should be.
When lI In rbune
questioned a (cusoi', official
onl the matter he confirmed
that the pound sterling wNs!
:y .1 at S2.50 ior custoitm,
duty purposes and hiad been so
for all t 1 73. iit.., i in tihe
past six months tilte pound has
hee.' declining in valui.
Customs said tihat the initial
request to have the pt 'nid
sterling pegged at a iixed rate
canie t'hon the ('tChahber ,
('tolin rlc! ho -Aid thaE
trcr-hants ,ound the da1-
fluctu ation ofl the exchange
rate tino tii t. ill i work with.
A\nd it wasa .s a result ,of tin'
that the Bahamias Moneitary
,.\.ii rii_ and the Customst
Department agreed to fix the
pound at S2.50 f'nr customs
purposes.
But when i he Tribune
checked out the chamber of
Commerce it was found that
although the ( hamtiber had
made a request to thec
Comptroller of Custonis in
November 1972 to have the
sterling rates ." i. on a
,i .iiil basis. Customs replied
on February 7", 1'7 stuin g
that "regretfull I h t wun)c! -h '-
put forward hb tht= Co(I e e ,!
the Baha tias h"ntbci ct i
CommMULercle anot b I V -s,.!
to by this departli'n i."
NO COMICS TODAY

TilF TRIBI- regrets that
the comic page *as .iiuabhe to
be published !o >. The
comics w ii btc published
toinorrtow a- dsit


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2 1he Tribune


Monday, January 14, 1974


Oh baby, you're doing well-six times


A STOCKHOLM
newspaper says King Carl
Gustaf plans to announce his
engagement to a %e'ti
German commoner on April
30, his 28th birthday.
She is Silvia Sommerlath,
the 25-year-old daughter of a
wealthy retired businessman,
according to Expressmen
The two met at the 1972
Munich Olympic Games
where Miss Summerlath
served as a hostess.

A TWA Boeing 707
arriving from New York with
88 persons aboard skidded
off the tarmac after a normal
landing at Geneva, forcing
the airport to close for seven
hours.
Airport officials said the
78 passengers and 10 crew
members disembarked safely

ELEVEN towns in eastern
Australia were still cut off by
floodwaters today despite
mostly fine weather over the
weekend.
Fifteen people have
drowned in the past week in
flooding which at a rough
estimate caused around $100
million damage to property,
crops. livestock, roads and
bridges.


RAYMOND McMahon.
sentenced to life in prison in
the hit-and-run deaths of
two Tampa sisters, has fled
from a state mental hospital
in a well-planned escape.
officials said.
They said McMahon. 32.
used a stolen key and took
advantage of an apparently
fake fight to make his escape
Saturday night.

SOVIET chess master Boris
Spassky is favoured to beat
American champion Robert
Byrne in their match which
began in San Juan today.
The contest is a
quarter-finals match in a
global elimination to pick a
challenger for world
champion Bobby Fischer.


PRIME Minister Indira
Gandhi laid the foundation
for India's fourth nuclear
power project and said the
plant assumed added
significance in view of the
world energy crisis
She told an estimated
25,000 villagers assembled on
the banks of the River
Ganges, 100 miles southeast
of Delhi. that India was
trying to explore other fields
of energy to meet its needs


TERENCE Cardinal
Cooke, Roman Catholic



lead to an anti-abortion
amendment to the US
constitution.
"Last year's supreme court
decision on abortion was in
effect an attack on human
life," the Cardinal told a
family life celebration at St
Patrick's Cathedral


CAPE TOWN The Rosenkowitz
sextuplets were yawning, crying and
stretching their arms and legs today.
three days after their birth. Mowbray
Maternity Hospital said.
Though they were suffering from
jaundice, as doctors had predicted, the
complaint was under control and the
three boys and girls born Friday were
responding to phototherapy
treatment.
The babies became jaundiced 48


hours after birth. It was the third crisis
of their lives.
-All six babies show satisfactory
progress." the latest bulletin said.
-Their levels of jaundice remain well
controlled and they are active.
"They yawn. cry and stretch their
arms and legs when not sleeping. Their
mother handled all her babies in their
incubators when she visited them this
morning."
A phototherapy unit consists of a


number of tubes of light mounted over
an incubator. The light breaks down
the jaundice pigment in the babies'
skins and this pigment can then be
excreted in the stools and urine.
The 25-year-old mother. Susan. saw
the three boys and three girls for the
first time and a family friend said the
first-born will be called David.
"All six babies have been put on to
diluted milk feeds in place of the
glucose solution," said a hospital
spokesman.


r the first day of their lives the
plets were fed intravenously.
they are being fed orally.
e babies were delivered by
rian section. Though the mother
ned consciousness and was in
factory condition soon after the
minute operation. doctors ordered
o stay in bed until Saturday
ing when she was taken to see the
plets.
he was very, very thrilled." a
tal spokesman said.
Mrs. Rosenkowitz. the
mother of a 7-year-old girl
and a boy of 5. knew early in
her pregnancy she would have
a multiple birth, But only a
few weeks ago did X-rays
show six well-formed babies.
She had taken a fertility
drug.
Father Colin. a 39-year-old
businessman, reportedly has
sold all story and picture
rights of the births to a
Durban magazine for about
$90,000 and has declined all
other interviews
An American woman.
Edna Stanek of Denver.
Colo.. gave brth to sextuplets
on Sept It,. 10"- One of the
babies, a gir. died leIs than
two days aize: birth The
remaining our bo sI and a girl
survived.
The Guiness Book of
Records reports 12 other
sextuplet biths in this
century. The most recent,
before the Stanek sextuplets.
occurred in Mexico inm 103
The Rosenkow itzes are
Jewish. but their rabbi has
decided to waive custom in
favour of medical opimnon in
deciding when the bos are to
be circumcised-
By Jewish custom this
should be done when the\ are
eight days old but the babies
are expected to spend the
first six weeks of their lives in
incubators. API

Top Aussie
AUSTRALIIA'S t;rt :--
prize winner ;r i; :.
Patrick Hnohte -f s- :
Australian of the "ear '-


LONDON Prime Misvr 1 ard th :read t
g -pera? .lea .t m.> th i a b cmphat ; -
,appo.rt : hi, handing .* Br;. n : =" :> cr-s> l -'- ;.-:
newspaper, rep_, d o fctncrak
Th .c'- e a pub!:hcJ -


s. the po.-
lhe .'n- -. 0. that th e ''- r:; I e Mii.' .-ter would


,ali :^-.: 'n- :: +a.k- with b
Mondra .i ro

.aiam7a't.t .- ,' down h.,

Sh- e a

,ieovd, n \a-wa !b pr;me a,':
that i R. d t to ord.r j
three-da' work week and othe-
fuet L'-a ng measures designed
to cnm at what Heath -aj
Bnt a. great st con- ni
,rsis sino e arld ,a"r 11.
in, vscr':--cnt f 1c '

reports .1 a pr babe ear;.

Conservatnre part paper

o: th ith r that -, i' : ;t'r.''
Br ta -n "1h1 n thv h r -

de all knew that thh re art
forc.- w\or r :
to .undermn. ar d da -tr, ;;.'


Crosby

has lung

surgery

,! I[ I\t \'.'1 Bmig
rushby had tw.- :' ths of h.i
left !ung rented mn a
operation after sts suggested
the aling singer -niuht haae
cancer his d .t,-r La;d
But an initi' -a i ,f t;.J s
ren(,ved in the TpIrat n 1
indicated the ( .car id
('rosb, might hae 0J
fungs s mnte iio: ;n ;ht:
ab iet- lur g. said '1 r rS!-::id
a a n n i n g ,. r 'b : c :
phiy siclar.
IHe said rest s r"
continuing to dcter :
whether cancer wa, pres
ltanr fling said ( r-
tolerated the surgery a- .J
was in satisfactory condtl -; i
Peninsula hospital, where. h.'
has been hospitalized ,i-LC
New Year's IVve witih ar
undetermined lung ailment
"Be- cause of the findings n!
sc re tissues suggesting the
p sib l Wty of cancer and
because ( roNsb continued in
Iha'. inilamni:at)ion o'" the
abscess in th- left lung the
.c1Insulit nl g phy sician-s and
my self proceeded with
su.ireerv, l)r Hantling said


MR. HEAT


Papers say hell go to country

over miners pay dispute


- ,- al -



Sunite there C ci



: ,dc expire. and T ,thr \,u



S s th .or c he c -IL ath ;
!1'g i; r t t ,

n:":- : eand otherr rc t;e


LIONESS

MAULS

BOY

AGED 3
FORT LAUDERD-ALE
A 3 year-old blo was in
serious condition today after
being mauled by a 350-pound
lioness, the second big cat to
attack a human in Florida in
two days.
Ryan Murphy was riding
his tricycle along a sidewalk I
across the street from his
home Saturday when the
year-old lioness belonging to
Kenneth Burnstme lumped a
fence surrounding his ow ter's
estate and attacked the boy
police said.
Ryan was hosptialized with
teeth wounds in his chest and
neck.
'The kids were out playing
and they started screaming
and I went out and the lion
was on top of my son." said
Terry Murphy.
Gary Pearce. 18,
Burnstine's stepson, finally
i got the cat off the child b\
hitting it across the back with
a strap, police said.
Burnstine said the lioness,
named Sonia. was kept
locked in a cage at the rear of
his property, but was being
walked by his stepson when
the incident occurred.
"'Apparently what
happened and this happens
with any kind of wild animal
is something upset her,"
Bernstine said. "She may
have heard the trike clanking
and that may have upset her
and she went after it."
Burnstine said he received
the lion as a gift when she
was a cub and had planned to
give her to a zoo-like animal
attraction last week, but was
called out of town.
Officials said Sonia would
be observed for 10 days as a
rabies precaution, then
would be turned over to the
animal attraction.
Mealwhile, in Tarpon
Springs, Leda Brownell, 25
was recovering from wounds
she received Friday when a
pet leopard belonging to a
friend turned on her. The
leopard was shot and killed.
(AP)
Best papers

TIMF magazine has cited
what it considers the 10 best
newspapers in the United
States.
The Boston Globe. the
Chicago Fribune, the Los
Angeles TI mies, the I ouisville
Courier-Journal, the Miami
Herald, the Milwaukee Journal.
Newsday. .the New York
Times. the Wall Street Journal
and the Washington Post. (AP)


-kers into ending crippling
i:putes that would be an
t.ctoral -iabl'hty to their allies
S "opp .,'ion Labour

M ot i o mrne 'n tators.
h. cer. ins'stcd that Heath
act this week if today' s
taik- tal to break the 1 .i.' ,
"er the miners' demands for
paj hikes far exceeding a seven
per .ent ailingg under the
overnm ent: "' counter ".'1 ,
programme The procedure
would be to'r ieath to advise
Queen 1 li'abheth to dissolve
Parliament at once and then to
fix the date for the election.


Feb. 7 was regarded as the
most likely date, with Feb. 14
as a second choice.

If Heath delays longer, he
would be unable to stage an
election before the spring. This
is because a new register of
voters becomes effective Feb.
16. involving the distribution
of millions of revised poll cards
over the subsequent six weeks.

Recent opinion polls have
shown a majority of electors
backing Heath's stand against the
miners and giving the
Conservatives a lead over
Labour in public esteem.
A survey published by the
London Observer said the first
full week of three-day working.
which ended Saturday. cost
British manufacturers more
than $500 million and nearly
45 million manhours more
than the total lost through
industrial disputes in all of
1973.


Prof.
London
Business
be the
British
war.


James Ball, ot the
Graduate School of
said 1974 "is likely to
worst year for the
economy since the


I


Egypt to reject



partial peace d

ASWAN Egyptian Foreign with Israeli leaders in
Minister Ismail Fahmy has Jerusalem in his effort to get
declared that Egypt will reject agreement on disengagement of
any separate or partial Middle Egyptian and Israeli troops
Fast peace deal with Israel. along the tense Suez canal


Iahlmy defined the Egyptian
positioUn as Secretary of State
ltenry Kissinger was talking


ceasefire lines.
Informed Egypy ptian
sources said President Anwar
Sadat remains unwilling to


Nixon 'recovering


from Watergate'

WASHlIN( ION Republician Senator Barry Goldwater said
he doesn't believe Democrats "would sit idly by and allow Vice
President (Geraldi Ford to become president" if President Nixon


resigned.
"1 think they might start an
ettort tor a constitutional
amendment whereby there
would be a special election."
(ioldwater said in an interview
on the NBC-TV programme,
"Meet the Press."
"It anything like this came
about, where we didn't have an
orderly transition at this time
in the world's history I think it
could raise havoc with the
whole world." Goldwater said.
His remarks were prompted
by a question as to whether he
would like the president to
resign Hie said hie would not.
Goldwater was also asked
whether the time might not
core when Nixon,'s removal
from ,.-l' i would bc best for
the country.
Goldwater said he would
neser suggest such a course to
the president. "I think the
president would throw me out
of his office if I ever did "
Goldwater said he believed
Nixon 'has started to recover"
from damage done to his
leadership by the Watergate


scandal. lie said the president
"can lead and is leading."
The 1964 Republican
presidential candidate was
asked whether he would like to
run for president again.
"No, Sir," he said. "I've had
that honour and I think one
time around that track's
enough." (AP)

Kidnap boy

found dead
A 14-YEAR-OLD boy
kidnapped last week was found
dead Sunday in a remote area
near Jamestown, New York,
the FBI said.
Agent Richard Ash said the
body of the boy, Daniel
Ebersole, was found by
sheriff's deputies and FBI men
in the town of Ellicott.
Three young men were being
held in lieu of $100,000 cash
bond each following their
arraignment Saturday on
federal kidnapping charges.
Nearly all of the ransom was
recovered. (AP)


eal

accept reported Israeli
demands tor a thinning of
Egyptian forces east of the
canal as part of any
disengagement package
Kissinger might propose.
In a statement issued in
Aswan, where Sadat :s
convalescing from bronchitit.
Fahmy urged the permanent
members of the United Nations
Security Council to Join
Kissinger's efforts.
'The issue of dJi.rg it1 ..iri !
of Egyptian and Israeli troops
is part of the ceasefire
arrangements provided for in
the U.S Security Council
resolution," Fahmy said.
The statement and its timing
appeared to reflect Egyptian
fears that the interim deal
Kissinger is trying to work out
for partial Israeli pullback in
the Sinai. might turn into the
status quo if the over-all
Geneva peace talks bog down.
It also seemed designed to
reassure other Arab nations
that Sadat would not sell them
out in his talks with Kissinger
and, through Kissinger. the
Israelis.
Fahmy said Egypt demands:
d Full Israeli withdrawal
from all occupied Arab lands,
including the Syrian Golan
Heights and the Jordanian west
bank.


JUDGES SAY


AGNEW MUST


BE DISBARRED
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland. A special three-judge panel
recommended today that former Vice President Spiro Agnew be
disbarred from the practice of law in Maryland.
The three circuit court judges said that Agnew's evasion of
income tax. acknowledged in a no-contest plea, was "de.eith.,
and dishonest" and "strikes at the heart of the basic object of the


Heath ready to call




snap February election


When you have to tell ta

errybody dat Dinah

soon to be yer

daughter-in-law...







"Don't


give up


the ship!"


U.


legal profession..."

Prawns

in a

cruelty

battle
LUNDON Eleanor Donoghy.
It,. faces criminal charges in
a British court for cruelty to
prawns Her alleged crime
was to fry the shrimp-like
creatures to death instead of
boiling them
Her case has so confused the
court that it adjourned for
nearly two months so that
experts can decide such
fundamental questions as
"what is cruelty'?" And even
"'hat is a prawn?"
\.;ss Donoghy works at a fish
processing plant near
Berwick in the north of
I ng!and Her job was to
dumIp prawns into boiling
water in part of the process
that turns them into scampi.
Instead. her workmates allege.
she put prawns onto a hot
stove an.d watched as they
"amped about in agony"
untill they died. tHer
colleagues reported her to
the Royal Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals
She denies the charge, but it
convicted faces a ilmaximumin
fine of SI 15 or three
months in ail.
The verdict could well rest on
he court s interpretation of
the 1 1)2 Protection of
Animals Act, which covers
ans domestic or captive
animal. birds, fish or
reptiles Prawns are not
mentioned in the act
Miss Donoghy's lawyer argues
that prawns are neither
animals nor fish. but insects.
and therefore uncovered by
the act.
The court session was
adjourned until March 8 so
that experts in zoology
could testify) on what is a
orawn.
Meanwhile, expert opinion in
London was divided on
whether it is possible to be
cruel to prawns.
A spokesman !or the Ministry
of Agriculture's shellfish
laboratory said "TPrawns
have a very low sensitivity
and no organ that you could
possibly cali a pain centre.
Good cooks have always
treated live prawns and
lobsters by immersing them
in boiling water. There is no
need to worry too much
about the anguish of a
prawn when it is thrown
into boiling water,"
But the Animal Society issues
these "'humane cooking
instructions" for prawns:
First boil a saucepan of
water to remove the oxy gen
in it. Let the water cool to a
tepid temperature, Then
drop in the prawns.
As usual, the creatures
tllheiselsics are just prawns in
the battle. Some 13 years
ago the Animal Society
intervened to save 500.000
oysters stranded in ships
blocked by a London
longshoremen's strike. The
oysters were rescued, but
eventually eaten alive by
gourmets. (AP)


P and B olred inot
icS Governmnr Super










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D i .e RC L


"We shall therefore
recommend his disbarment. ,-
see no extenuating
circumstances allowing a lesser
sanction." a I 4-pae.
recommendation said.
The re, inm riend.ai rn goes
to the Maryland Court o!
Appeals. which makes the finai
decision on whether to bar
Agnew from the practice of
law.
"In our opinion the proper
administration of justice, the
proper respect of the court for.
itself and a proper regard to'
the integrity of the professi.;j
compel us to conclude that the
respondent is unfit to continue
as a member of the bar for thi
state." the recommendation
said.
The three judges said the-
recommendation was based
solely on Agnew's no-contes'
plea to the tax charge '
said they did not take gIrt
consideration any of the
allegations made by the jtic
department in Agine.v's t .S
district court appearance ht
Oct. 10.
In a 40-page statement o,
evidence, federal prosecute. r,
had alleged that Agnew wa,
involved in a system o t
kickbacks to Marylan.ir
politicians from architects ai0
engineers doing nor rbi
government business.
Although Agnew Ihas nr
practised law in '.,. 1 .l si,-
being elected to public oul'c
it is the only state where
was a member of the bar.
lie appealed to the iud.e .
the hearing last month not ti
deprive him ot his means o
learning a living b1
recommending disbarment
The recommendation o, tht
three judges was to be triel
today with the Curt o'
Appeals which cair either
accept the dishbai! ;en
recommendation, reduce ti.
penalty to stuspenisn r+
reprimand Agnew (APP

Independence

S 1111 SI Y( lI LI S l.,!ia .-
people want rimrtI'di.r
independence tromin B. :.
a delay) iin granting it i \ ni
to violence. spok
the Se.chelles nLimtd l',:
wainned todas.




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COMMONWEALTH OF THEti BAHAMA ISLANDS1968 No 37
IN THE SUPREME COURI,. if I 11 1 SIDE 1968 No. 38.
NOTICF-THE QUIF IN(; TITLfS ACIT. 1959
The Petitions of Walter Vernnn Skees in respect of All those
two tracts of land situate on Great Abaco Island. namely
Quieting 196t No. 37 All that tract land formerly property
of Thomas Russell originally granted ',Ir. WiJlh.ams bys
the Crown containing 21 4 acres bounded northerly by the Sea
easterly by land granted William Russell ....'! :. hy the
Abaco highway separating it from land granted Ihomas
Russell and others and westerly by a Crown road reservation
separating it from land granted John Lowe.

Quieting 1968 No. 38. All that tract land originally granted
Randall Russell by the Crown at Loggerhead Creek containing
Twenty acres bounded northerly by vacant land along the
Creek easterly by Crown reservation for road separating it
from land also granted Randall Russell but now of the estate
of Robert McLarty deceased southerly by land formerly of
Joseph Samuel Johnson and westerly by land formerly
property of Joseph Samuel Johnson, and land granted Randall
Russell now said to be owned by one Ferrin

Walter Vernon Skees claims to be the owner in fee simple in
possession of an undivided one-third interest in the above
described two tracts of land and has made applications to the
Supreme Court under Section 3 Quieting Titles Act 1959 to
have his titles to the said lands investigated for Certificate of Title.

Copies of the filed plans may be inspected at the notice
board of the Commissioners Office at Marsh Harbour and at
the Registry of the Supreme Court Nassau.

Notice is hereby given that any person having dower or right
to dower adverse claim or a claim not recognized in the
Petitions shall before the 14th February 1974 file in the
Supreme Court a statement of his claim in the prescribed form
verified by an affidavit filed therewith. Failure of any such
person to file such statement of claim on or before the 14th
February 1974 will operate as a bar to such claim. Walter
Vernon Skees, P. 0. Box 1663, Nassau.


NOTICE



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.


L.-j










Monday, January 14. 1974.


I


By i 111 \\1 DUPUCHI
li)l)(\, November 16: I had a session with a financial
adviser last night. fie lives in Devon and came in to London to
nect tile.
Hie gave lme a piece o' information that I pass on to my readers.
It cost me money to get this information. I give it to you free in
the hope that it may be useful to some of -you who have financial
interests abroad.
iHe has great faith in the American dollar. This faith has been
justified by the recent improvement of the dollar in world
markets. It now seems clear that tile Aetican dollar would
quickly r rebound to its commanding position in the financial
centres of the world were it not for Watergate and the black
clouds that now hang low over the \ lilt.. lHouse.
These problems will finally be settled ... and when they are
the American economy and society will hopefully return to some
semblance oft nionalcv.
On a matter that required some thinking into the future the
Iqulestion of sterling arose.
The Blitish economy has been under pressure foi some time.
\ cs.. as a result f labour strikes. Right nowth le nation faces a
crisis.ln this welfare state, where a large slice of the national
income is absorbed by social services, the accumulated ..:.tlrh of
centuries is being steadily whittled away.
I'verv time a rich man dies in Britain a large slice of his wealth
goes into the general revenue of the nation. This money is
immediately converted from capital into non-productive
activities. It is spent and is therefore permnaently lost to the
fixed wealth of the nation.
And so Britain has become i...idi, poorer over the years.
Stripped of the resources tof the greatest I mlpire in history, has
this small island, anchored off the coast of t urope. an \ hope for
the ifuttie'
The financial adviser feels that it does. And he based his
opinion on the gl,,bal situation arising out of the present world
fuel crisis.
i.\itc (COnditions in Britain ha ve reatll worsened since I
write this article i(ver five weeks ago. I
F-or imanj years now the Western powers have been de.pI ratil.,
searching tif new solrees tof fuel in this part of the world. This
accounts for the great activity in drilling oil wells in the Bahamas
during the last 30 years.
The oil crisis in this atomic age .. when wars must be avoided
hits shown that a group of tiny non-aligned nations in the
Middle East have the power to threaten the security of tihe
world's major industrial powers.
All the greal powers are now more hall ever convinced thlal
tilhe must find new sources of fuel tiat is within their own

Not long ago anll important discovery was made ini the turbulent
British waters of the North Sea where a '-k it deposit of oil and
gas was located.
Thie North Sea is ian tgryt area of thle world's .ceans. Towering
waves make it difficult to work in these waters and so Britain has
been slow in developing these resources. It was easy and
conitfortable silplp to bring in oil from sources that were
foiierly a part of Britain's great I m[pre. It just never occurred to
the British people that tle lda could come when they might be
denied tihle use of this oi.
Now that da is here ..i. and it has been a great awakening for
the nation.t
It had been planned to diraw () percent of its fuel supplies
from its North Sea resources by I0)SO. Now they know that this
operat,itn must be speeded up so that b\ 11)70 one hundred
percent of its fuel must be drawn fIom1l this source!
It'hen this happens Britain will be the only nation in Europe
that will he completely independent of] foreign oil supplies. This
will put her in a strong ecolinonmi position.

All history shows that the world is moved forward by stages.
Each stage is influenced by a new dominant pattern.
It has been shown by the great power now exercised by the
sinaall no aligned nations in the Middle East that the new phase
in world affairs will be oil.
And so any industrial nation that call achieve ani independent
position in this new world complex is likely to enjoy a position off
financial security.
()n the basis of these acts ... this financial adviser feels that,
even it these uncertain times. sterling is a reasonably sound bet
for the future.
* * * *
Yes. of course, I have a financial adviser and I consult him on
all inl business affairs.
You will recall that inl a series of articles in which I discussed
the stages by which a small business becomes a major operation I
revealed that 7he Tribune didn't start to grow until it invested a
good deal of its income into establishing an efficient financial
department.
1 have learned an important lesson in life. It is that a successful
man needs three connections.
One ... a good lawyer. I have a good lawyer. I don't always
agree with his advice but I follow it because hlie is supposed to
know. Law is supposed to be connton sense and so I sometimes
feel that the advice I amnt given does not seem reasonable but theni
I remember that l)Dickens made one of his characters say that "the
law is an ass".. "If the law supposes that," said Mr. Bumble
"the law is a ass a idiot".
And you tasen know that this is probably true when you see
some of the asses who make laws in the Bahamas.
The second thing a iain needs is a good doctor. I have a good
doctor. Thanks to hiim ... and my own mental attitude towards
life ... I enjoy fabulous health today.
And, finally, a man needs a financial adviser if he wants to be
in a position to enjoy the other two advantages. A friend in


i~1w ~ribUZwP


people by the numerous
promises of "pie in the sky"
which they knew they could
not fulfil. rhey are at present
blaming the worsening
conditions in the country on
outside influences, with
e.pi'. ial reference just now on


EDITOR, The Tribune,
Will you kindly publicise the
following letter which is
written to the Bahamian public
generally but to the voters in
St. Barnabas in particular.
The present governing party
has frequently misled the


t
s
r
t
h
t
il


X hpribunt
NULUUS ADDICm S JURARE IN VERBA MAGISTR
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor 1903- 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G.,D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributing Editor 1972.
EILEEN DUPUCIH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor 1972.-
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
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Advertising 2-1986, 2-2768
Monday, January 14, 1974.

EDITORIAL

Double damn fool
. ,OWN_


because once the decision is
made there is no redress.
Study the contestants ... as
individuals and honourable
people who will, when elected,
represent your interests for the
next few years. Make your
choice very carefully, because
if you make a mistake you
cannot get a second chance.
The writer would particularly
stress that the government has
again selected Mr. Sunclair
Outten, the former
representative in spite of his
"foreign" birth which caused
so much controversy before.
Here, in the opinion of the
writer, is a further flouting of
the public generally and an
insult to the intelligence of the
masses, especially as the said
candidate has been granted
"citizenship status" specially
for the purpose of the election.
One other matter which
should be marked with
caution, and that is that the


numerous candidates may
create an upset due to the
confusion so many will create.
While it may be considered
that a vote for an independent
party will, if intended that
way, help to depose the
government candidate, it could
also be to his advantage by
withholding a vote from the
obvious second strongest
party., namely the F.N.M.
while the many other
candidates share the dissident
votes. Could this be part of the
government's strategem?
Remember that your vote
will reveal whether you agree
with the present government
and its overall attitudes,
nationally and internationally,
internally and externally for
better or for worse, richer or
poorer.
CONCERNED CITIZEN
Nassau,
January 8, 1974.


England performs this service for me. 0
It might interest you to know that my financial adviser is p
Graham Edmands who placed the accounting department in The t
Tribune on a sound basis during the three years he was our r
Financial Comptroller in Nassau.
Mr. Edmands was not only good for The Tribune he was
good for the Bahamas because he gave invaluable training to
many young Bahamians. He believed in training young people and
gave a good deal of his time to this kind of service.,
Because he closed up "leaks" in The Tribune a couple of t
Bahamians complained to the Immigration Department that he r
was oppressing Bahamian staff. And so we received a letter from 1
Immigration informing us that he must go. The letter stated that o
we could have someone else in his place but he must leave the s'
island. h
This was a case of an unusually able man being persecuted by
a vicious government for doing efliientl'. tihe job for which he c
was being paid. t
He left the Bahamas but we have retained him in an advisory
capacity. th
It has been suggested to me that I don't need the services of a o
financial man to handle my affairs abroad. I should be capable of f
doing this for myself. I
I need him for two good reasons. s
First, I don't want to take on any new worries. r
And, secondly, I know from experihice that finance is ai
highly specialized field in which my knowledge and experience t
are limited. ,
And so I can have a lot of fun in new ventures without a
suffering any of the anxieties and headaches that business brings 1
to anyone who becomes deeply involved... especially in a field in l
which his experience is limited.,
I have written this article for a special reason. It is to i
emphasize the lack of wisdom of the P.L.P. government, t
Soon after the P.L.P. got control of the government they did
two wise things that augured well for the future of the Bahailas.
Mr. Pindling appointed an Economic Advisory ('Committee r
headed by E. P. Taylor, Canada's financial genius who has s
enormous investments in the Bahamas. The committee included c
in its members some outstanding foreign financiers who have
substantial interests in the Bahamas. i
The committee gave the government sound financial advice.
But the government didn't take it. Finally, the able men on this l
committee resigned. m
The second important move by the government was to retain C
the services of a professional firm of economic advisers. i
This firm presented a report in which it emphasized that. if the a
economy was to continue to expand, a percentage of executive
staff in the islands must come from outside the colony. This a
would have to continue for a long time ... until Bahamians could r
be trained to take their places.,
This was good advice. These expatriates would offer no t
threat to the control of the government but they could be used to c
secure the nation's economic position in the world and to prepare
young Bahanmians for a better place in a sound society of the
future.
This advice was ignored by the government and the lion.r
Arthur Hlanna was allowed to pursue an iitiu i.ii,:,' policy that
has destroyed the nation's economy. Mr. Hanna must not carr\
all the blame for this disastrous policy because he pursued his
oppressive practices with the full knowledge and consent of his
colleagues in the government.
Finally Mr. Pindling took over control of Immigration fruom
Mr. lianna. I am told that some of the pressures have now becin
removed ... but too late.
You know the saying "once bitten, twice shy ".It isn't easy to
restore confidence in a government after this faith has been
destroyed because investors ... who are seasoned business men ...
realize that anything that has happened once can happen again.
And so many people are still being cautious about becoming
deeply involved in a flimsy economy controlled b\ an
unpredictable government.
Many people are still conscious of thie fact that the Prime
Minister hias allowed Mr. Hanna to continue to control areas in
which hie is still making unfair and unjust decisions that nay so .i
lead to further damaging exposures in the foreign press.
Any country especially a small ,.. riiminit\ like the Bahamas
is foolish if its leaders believe that they can close their minds to
the outside world.
When the second world war ended Russia was still a backward
nation. In the short period of a quarter century Russia moved
into a dominant place in the councils of nations. She is
challenging America for world leadership.
1low has she achieved this great advance in such a short timeu.'
The reason is clear. When the war ended Russia moved Gei man
scientific centres to Moscow and carried with them some of lthe
finest German scientists who were working on great discoverites
when Germany was crushed.
These mnen, who have remained anonymous, laid the
foundation for the remarkable strides that have been made by the -
nation.
They are still somewhere in the background. It must be
realized that Russia would still be a backward nation if its leaders
did not realize a quarter century ago that they needed outside
brain to develop the human and material resources of the Russiami
people.
The same thing happened in the U.S.
The American government brought in a single German
scientist. This man has carried through successfully the nation'i
rocket programme and its venture into outer space.
And so ... German scientists in Russia and a single (eman
scientist in America have placed these two nations in a
commanding position in the world.
The greatest diplomat in the world today is Henry Kissingei. a
German-Jew who fled the Nazi tyranny during world war two and


he oil shortage. Yet only a
hort time ago one of the
ministers expressed a view that
he n re. crisis w would 'lot
lave ant appreciable effect on
he Bahamas. The oil refinery
t Grand Bahama would solve
iur po blem
A imon tlie man ) broken
ioni.se +ier the gv ernniment's
enlre si ,iir c an ii'. hbe
called the rapid rise in the
Cost lituing- Here let ii he
loled that! iimani of the
government suppoitels are nowt
iWsitg aI lii p nTimnher o(f the
'uSielCSCS coneerncd ahotlt
hiich the\ ringinalls stated
hey woul td control. but a
recent ad mission tiroin the
) eputI P.M. hi mself
iont radic(ted that when lie
tated that 'the government
las nu control over the rise in
he cost ofu livng" here again
outside sources \were foutid
nuilt\. In this connection the
healthy are pCenalised only in
he salmce wa ais ihe poot
CCLansC each needs the basic
necessities of life and if bread.
)r milk. or iniet. or rice, or
loinr. or tinned goods, go up in
>rice tlev eat and drink the
anI l coini odities. hence the
)oor man is pa\i ng as much in
increases as the rich man,.
I he most rellt ri ses are iin
he petiroleuniI and allied
!onttps. g'asolintc uip hby 1 I cents
i, ,, cooking gas up tront
3 to 21 dollars many
tuhricants have also gone up
accordingly, with kerosine
keeping pace with all thie other
tns I thie price d lepending on
hte source from which it is
btought)t
Incidentally it ill he most
ntcrcsting to read what overall
percentage increase willI he
hown oil the next Inides. not 6
or 7 surel .
Other recent increases
include t ...* I- e. electricity,
'I in. tares, and others.
lHere again the poorer people
ire the main sufferers when
costs are based on a ratio with
neoline.
Among other abnormalities
dopl ed hb t te present
o VC 11 111 e n t areC t tIe
Sppoitntients in certain
ministries of people who have
tot been elected bhy the public
o serve in such official
capacities. For example we
lave th e Case of a former
minister of I transport, wsho
lever offered for official
recognition at the polls, yet
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You have
a date
with
destiny
tonight
The Leader
speaks to
his People



OVER


USIEN 10 ROIIIHER IS
former Minister of Labour and Commerce and
Representative of St. Barnabas Constituency

PLACE: Radio Station Z. N. S. Number 1
TIME: 7:30 p.m. (TONIGHT)
THEME: "Let's make St. Barnabas Great again"


found a home in America.
This man has done more to give sound direction to Amnerican
foreign policy than any American leader in my memory. lHe is
good for America ... and he is good for the world at this critical
period in human affairs.
And so I say that any man is a fool who doesn't embrace the
services of knowledge wherever it may be found.
And any government is a double damn fool ... especially in a
small community ... that feels that a nation can grow on ithe
talents of a backward people.
Some of Castro's men have been arrested and charged within
fishing in Bahamian waters.
The government of Cuba has expressed a desire to have these
men represented in court by counsel,
We can only hope that the case will end in court ... especially
now that the Bahamas is an independent state.


I . ...


was elected and appointed to
head a Ministry. There is at the
present another such minister
w-ho holds high office though
here again tie was not a
nominated candidate during an
election. Seemingly the leaders
of the g ernmlent can please
S.l i, .i what they do, and
the manne min which they
perform these acts is
I 1 . in a demi critic
society.
Wats it Int tepoirted that
during lIhe Independence
ct rnferentcr s iin tcl ondon last
sear wihetI thie Opp)sition
p a rI \ o n certain
consider t, mns the Deputys
Priuie \Minister retorted that it
d i d "' t a t t e r a s
'thrc'\ ccu)iild soon change the
constitution it wishing to do
so' Seeinigly mliany changes
are quickl]m and :. rtt il made at
the whiio and ftanc of the
"Ite Ohen it suits their
especial purposes- Iven the
hack-henc iher arc kept in the
dark on such ccasions in case
they wv uk "torpedo the ship"
;as it Nte .
What. nu\ you ask, Mr. and
Mrs. Voter 4t St. Barnabas,thas
this to dis \Ith us lihe answer
is Pl I \ I Y. In i few days you
will go, to thec polls to elect
Souir rctpresceutative to the
legislatu re. our choice in this
matter I1- I atl importance to
the ftittuire t! I y tsurself, your
family, tild country. Let your
mind iule instead of your heart


"RIGHEIOUSS EXAITEITH IHE NKAIION UI SI IS, A IEPIAK Ii ANI PEIPLEM
-PROVERIS.14:34


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BAHAMAS TELECOMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION


NOTICE

BATELCO WISHES TO ADVISE THE PUBLIC
THAT THE 1974 TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
WILL BE AVAILABLE AS OF MONDAY,
JANUARY 14TH, 9:30 A.M. 4:30 P.M.
EVERY EFFORT IS BEING MADE TO
REDUCE ANY INCONVENIENCE
EXPERIENCED BY SUBSCRIBERS IN
COLLECTING THEIR DIRECTORIES.
SUBDEPOTS HAVE BEEN SET UP AS
FOLLOWS.:
1. JANUARY 14-15-16 NUMBERS
BEGINNING WITH "74" CAN BE
COLLECTED AT THE LYFORD CAY POST
OFFICE.
2. JANUARY 14-18 NUMBERS BEGINNING
WITH "77" AND "78" CAN BE
COLLECTED AT THE OLD TELEPHONE
EXCHANGE BUILDING IMMEDIATELY
BEHIND THE CABLE BEACH POLICE
STATION.
3. JANUARY 14-18 NUMBERS BEGINNING
WITH "4". "31" AND "32" CAN BE
COLLECTED AT THE CAMPERDOWN
TELEPHONE EXCHANGE, WEST OF
BLANCO BLEACH PREMISES ON THE
EAST-WEST HIGHWAY.
DIRECTORS FOR ALL OTHER
TELEPHONES CAN BE COLLECTED AT
BATELCO'S HEAD OFFICE, CHASE
MANHATTAN BANK BUILDING, OAKES
FIELD.
AFTER JANUARY 18, DIRECTORIES NOT
YET COLLECTED AT SUB-DEPOTS CAN BE
PICKED UP AT THE BATELCO'S HEAD
OFFICE, OAKES FIELD DURING OFFICE
HOURS.


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4 She iribuntp


Goombay sounds echo



at London Boat Show


EARTH I 'S Funky Fee
(it. Four" is one of the
hottest ba: 's around Nassau
town cithese dax s. And for the
past week, the band has been
setting the pace for the
Bha:'as Pavilion at the
I rd-n : Shows
Ihe iombo has been


apprea ing at t he
internationally famous bistro,
Charley C'harley 's L Fin.n 'Ust
a block awa\ romi \Nassaus,
famed Bai Sltre t. )or h! '
past two \ cars
The .mon io. desit-f i' s
youth; ; wppcarji.c. s mn.id>
Iup o season d ]uli1, 1 s:,!un I


NOTICE


M. T: -'e.. gen "ha: MR wELLPI-GON SMITH
dt' .- 'e i: q.ag.;, Baha ima, s a plying to the
e respons ble 'or Nationality and Co zenship, for
ei. d n j ctzern o) The Baharras. a'nd that any
p "' w ;::,.V;s a: y *e.:sion wh, reg st'a'.uo should not
OF gr.' r:ec r. ,:o e-c a v Mtte. j d Agt'ed statement of
S s N '" 'we tW 'eg t doays 'rr t:e :4th day of
e response for Nat ai'v
0B o- P. 0 Box N 7 4 7, NassauL


NOTICE


- 'oebv that JOHN FRANCIS WATTS of
,; *' t i- ar Nassau, P 0. Box Nt 355 s applying to the
\ e pu' bie 'or Nationality and Citizenship, fo'
eg. it i a as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
oefson who krows any reason why legistritionr should not
)' o ax' Pted shouldd send a written ajd s-ig'id statement of
he 'acts within twenty-eight days ionsn the 14th day of
'v 7. to The 'l minister espo'r-ible for Nationait
h'". ,* '. 1', P 0 Bo"- N7147, Njassau


NOTICE
OT : is heeby given that JEANNOT MARC of Johnson
Nasa.;, Bahamas is applying to the Minister
-p for Nationality and Citizensh' for
.. satio: a' citizenn of The Bahamas, and that any
1 s who Kt'ows any reason why naturalization should
Sgra' Should send a written and signed statement
t iJL thin twentv-eight days from the 14th of
.-..! :. r- .% ter responsible for Natiorality and
,. 0 Box N7147. Nassau.


NOTICE


I P,.iven that JOiN LUDVIG
Sa- t y Dr ive. F report is applying
ir ..,.' .bc O Ndtionality arid Citizenship,
:'. "' .' d t iei of The Bahadrias, and that anyv
S *.... V eason w'hy naturalisat on should
J ;: J.. J A aniten and signed statement
: ., .,. t e ty-eight day's from the 7th ddy of
SMinister responsiblee for Nationality arid
S Po 714 7. Nassau.


NOTICE
S given that REIDUN EILEEN
a' '-achwey Drive Freeport is applying
S;r Nationality and Citizenship,
Sof The Bahamas, and that any
'' i'..', -asori why naturalisation should
S..,i ,ed a written and sig-ned statement
wevt -eight days from the 7th day of
responsible for Nationality and
* 47 '. 47, Nassau.


NOTICE
. hereby gien that CHARLES WILLIAM
ZiF of Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama is applying
-', ". orisible for Nationality and Citizenship,
:.. sto as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
h: : knr',ws any reason why registration should not
J.red should send a written and signed statement of
'he 'fils within twenty-eight days from the 7th day of
'.'i"uLjy 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
j i Cetenship. P 0. Box N7147, Nassau.


NOTICE


NOTtEr is hereby given that DAVID JOHN ANDREWS of
Poiar;n Drive, Apt 4, P. 0. Box F-2686, Freeport G. B. is
jrpplving to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
C 't'-'iship, for naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas,
aid. that any person who knows any reason why
,ttjalisation should not be granted should send a written
arid -.gned statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
oram the 7th day of Jan. 1974 to The Minister responsible
;o Nationality and Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.


NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that BIEN-AIME RISLER of
Lewis Yard G. B. I., P. O. Box 2686 is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 7th day of
Jan 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147, Nassau.


with more than 50 ) iars
com bined experience. The
leader of the group is the
versaile rlhtel I ... n a
3 -t dar old nuswi, ran who can
alia, 1 \1 ws i ,st rtm 1 ent in tlhe
hand But t N a standout ont
Vhi !\s-uuii .id organ
I \M()l S t RO tIl R


atppeard ,:: W i.s ih n v ':

knao i : '
King I,
Kl V io I *. the eaicr .ad *
there ,n ed "kiri t Ti. ain-
his Knight'',". .1 a c.l> |',' ".i
S thlijt 1 h do 'n] .i K a j d i i .'
Bahanian .nc ior i p.i-




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makinga i s t 0' l noi
than a w rs i i,
ho. nm i lo\ n a,!:

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baby o the l r, n I it s a ci :
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PU
ACROSS
1. Lettuce
4. Compel
8. Possesses
11. Guille-not
12. Fetid.
13. Anoint
14. Earlier
18. Formal figh
20. Pile
21. Shoves
24. Bread spread
27. Land measu
28. Docket
30. Branch of
learning


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\SSISF \\ Suptrntenden i
P' i'sions. Mrs Olivia Watkins
i s:. i rec' entl.o returtl ed 1I0
:. 1 io\ Itill Priso. s to resuliiC
ic' i Jli[tsr sp[ 'dding the l.ist
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ZZLE
31. French marsha
33. Convex
molding
35. Accordingly
36. Verve
38. Aichorite
40. Meadow bart!e
42. Alaskan
governor
on 43. Thwart
t 46. Hundred-eyed
giant
49. Sign cf the
ad zodiac
ire 50. Peacock blue
52. Medieval
money
53. Depressed


Vice president


at Bahamas


Beverages

MR ROBERT Pinder
(below) has been appointed
vice president of Bahamas
Beverages Limited, franchised
bottlers of the famous
JUL'MBY PUNCH. RC COLA.
CANADA DRY MIXIRS and
Pepsi Cola.
'his was announced by
Bahamilas Beverages ow ner
Philip Pinder
Robert iN t ) drit t i is IorttIcrly
til'' opeta I iItilni, nihnagoer of
( arrtb'at Btin e Co( l.td.
IB lis loiningii ( .liibean he
v, as e ililo ed l ith I sso
st.iandard Oil S A. I id. and
hid lheC position of I aulin
I.,.i nd sitLs, i o-ordinaltor
BornI in Nassau. and
dioiled at Queren's C(ollec.
1\; I'rulei furtlih red his stutdli
.J i ( t:rL'nilent i't Scih o l
1 ,i'ning Cll ises o in RS \
\... oIniniI" In t I Ch h
I : .lt 1 iC u 1.1 ir se aI


'nt.s ii,
ii
'ci ',~ ii'
kitosrir
\lr StirK''


. .i' ioLi- 1 fc dqu.ir[e s:. I l-ioi a..
i ,- 1 I. ,I r |'i t I, hei cIom pleted w. ith
li.,( d I 1 in1iours alln operations
IIialiL'i }ilent course, conductet'd
': Ic t, l umble Oil & Refining il
"l.in'.arct luining II'd he aitte ded
to \Mr. i'ndl tices \ ed o i'tuttan1diI,-
is tl1 distinct ion in proi tessional
S ;,, skills and sales &
in a 1 l e Ci t t s c in i a r
cond [titedt \l shi So Sta ndard
O tI l li \72 h c \as, selected b ,
I si nI,\ igt''ni t' t( to .attend a
P I d ici'c t SopI',per isorit school,
held in Kingston. Jamialca.
ilt ire hc is .iF'iln i t the top
\Ill !t tier i, also a graduate
oft tlihe l)ale ( rnegie School.
.%t pCresrIt hC Is at tlending the
C\tra i Ltirai studies being held
bv ithe 'nIvcrsitv of West
Indies, ,helei he is taking Law.
liI, h biiitos include golf.
reading, intusic. photography
ilid thie itudi ut world politics.
le i s married to the former
Judith V Spillman of
a ~.a ittosa, Wisconsin. [he'
hasc three children, Monique
S. (C'lanrce I, and Ryan 2. and
rcsile at Villa de tMonclary in
Sans Souci.


BABY'S FUNERAL
IF NTRA.L services for
IS-nionth-old Alexander Wells.
son of ('hery! Wells and Htank
Stiachen. will be held Tuesday,
January 15 at St. Francis
Xavier Cathedral. West Street
at 3.30 pni. Interment will
follow in St. Joseph's
Cemetery.
Baby Alexander died at
the Rand Meniorial Hospital
Freeport 8.45 a.m. yesterday.


SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
54. Mongolian tent 4 Dark red cherry
55. Explosive 5. Indian madder
DOWN 6. Kipling hero
7. P' sil! rode
1. Outdo 8. Bustle
2. Pronoun 9. Melody
3. Slides 10 Evasive
7 I 9 to 15. Six per inning
j 17. Chinese
13- Communist
19 Vacation
21. Girl's name
22. City on the
to Oka
7- 23 Reserve
22 Z6 25 Formerly
26. Siouan
29. Genteel
Y35 32. Achillea
34. Khayyam
37. Never in
Germany
39 Cast metal
41 Discern
6 47 1( 43 Whole
- 44 Old ar
45 Greek letter
47. Samovar
48. Held a session
atures 1-16 51. Alternative


PEPSI-COLA IS HERE AGAIN
TOURISM MINISTER CLEMENT T. MAYNARD on Thursday pressed the button on
Bahamas Beverages Company's new canning machine to start production of Pepsi-Cola in
the Bahamas for the first time in more than a year. Looking on are Bahamas Beverages
executive Philip Pinder, centre, and H. Naylor Fitzhugh, vice president for special markets
of the Pepsi-Cola Company. ___i

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE ESTATE OF THE LATE


ARRIVED TOt)DAY:
Deborah K from Abaco: Joma
tronm I Kk'.'r! ,l,. (ralnt l urk
Irom Miami
SAIID I) 1ODA\'t (rand
turk for Miami
ARRIVING TOMORROW:
Flavia, tniierald S(aJs i romi
Mianmi
WEATHER
Wind: last north-'asi teo
cast-south-east 12 to 20. in p h
Weather: Mostly fair witli
isolated showers likely\
Sea: Moderate
lemp: Min. tonight Oo
Max. Tomorrow 7(i
SUN
Rises .:57 a.mi
Sets 5:43 p m.
MOON
Rises
Sets 11:07 a m.


MARIETTA SIMOND JOSEPH


ALL persons' having claims against the above
State are required to send the same duly
certified in writing to the undersigned on or
before 14th February, A.).. 1974 after which
date the Executor will proceed to distribute the
assets having regard only to the claims of which
nh shill then have had notice. Also all persons
who are indebted to the said Estate will make
payment to the undersigned on or before the
above-mentioned date.

Date the 31st day of Dl)ecember, A.D., 1973.

J'amis M Thompson
Attorney for the Executor
Chambers. Frederick Street,
Nassau, Bahamas.


NOTICE


FRESH CREEK


CENTRAL OFFICE BUILDING


for the
Building


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 Creek,
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.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby gv-o :ha't F fRANCIS PROLJDFOOT of
P 0. Box N-658, NaSau baha'mas, is applying to th1
ivi''ter re-pu.nsibli- ',.I '',ountiitiv and Citizenship, for
iei 'ration Js a it zi o' T 0he Bahamas, and that any
pe' i w't.o kn's. atv aso whvy regist iaton should not
S .i .'ted hut i a A v t en d signed statement uf
th. '..ts ws.' v,, itv- oeght dady from the 14th day of
S. 7, Mr- f responsible toH Nationality arid
P 0 B^- N/147, N"asau.


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


BAHAMAS was strictly the theme at the 1974 London
International Boat Show. With Peanuts Taylor centre, on
the drums and 'Kasavubu" David Smith, front, leading the
way in Bahamian sounds, the show is enlivened four times
daily by this group. At left is Arthel Gibson, leader of the
popular Funky Fee City Four, regular inhabitants of
Charley Charley's, and far right is Francis Henry, guitar.
Absent when the picture wast taken was drummer Ted
Hutchinson. The group has been one of the highlights of
the show, along with limbo dancer Edwin "Cherokee"
Edwards.

CROSSWORD ADA E


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Bahamasair

SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JAN.12th,1974


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


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


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


NASSAU TO: Bimini
8.30 a.m.


901 Tu/Th/Sa

601 Mo/We/Fr


9.25 a.m.


NASSAU TO: Chub Cay (Berry Islands)
8.30 a.m. 9.30 a.m.
NASSAU TO: Crooked Island
10.15 a.m. 12.00 noon
NASSAU TO: Deadman's Cay (Long Island)
10.00a.m. 11.15 a.m.
NASSAU TO: Freeport (Grand Bahama)
7.30 a.m. 8.00 a.m.
9.30 a.m. 10.00 a.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 a.m. 9.15 a.m.
4.00 p.m. 4.55 p.m.
NASSAU TO: Great Harbour Cay (Berry Island)
8.30 a.m. 9.00 a.m.
2.45 p.m. 3.05 p.m.


NASSAU TO: Inagua
10.15 a.m.


12.30 p.m.


NASSAU TO: Mangrove Cay
7.00 a.m. 7.25 a.m.
3.45 p.m. 4.10 p.m.
NASSAU TO: Marsh Harbour (Abaco)
8.00 a.m. 9.00 a.m.
4.15 p.m. 5.10 p.m.
NASSAU TO: Mayaguana
10.15 a.m. 11.50a.m.
NASSAU TO: Miami
8.00 a.m. 9.45 a.m. DST
9.30 a.m.+ 12.15 p.m. DST
10.45 a.m. 12.30 p.m. DST
3.00 p.m. 4.45 p.m. DST
3.45 p.m. 6.20 p.m.
7.30 p.m. 9.15 p.m. DST
8.30 p.m. 10.15 p.m. DST
+ One-stop (all others non-stop)


NASSAU TO:
8.15 a.m.
11.15 a.m.
1.20 p.m.
4.00 p.m.


North Eleuthera
8.40 a.m.
11.40 a.m.
1.45 p.m.
4.25 p.m.


NASSAU TO: San Andros (Mastic Point)
7.15 a.m. 7.30 a.m.
10.30 a.m. 10.45 a.rp.
2.45 p.m. 3.00 p.m.
4.30 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. 11.15a.m.
NASSAU TO: Treasure Cay (Green Turtle Cay)
8.00 a.m. 8.35 a.m.
FREEPORT TO: Miami
10.30 a.m. 12.15 p.m. D.S.T.
4.45 p.m. 6.20 p.m. D.S.T.
ANDROS TOWN TO: Nassau
10.45a.m. 11.00a.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
11.30a.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. 6.30p.m.
7.45 p.m. 8.15 p.m.
9.30 p.m. 10.15 p.m.
GEORGE TOWN TO: Nassau
11.00a.m. 12.30 p.m.
2.30 p.m. 3.15 p.m.
GOVERNOR'S HARBOUR TO: Nassau
9.00 a.m. 9.30 a.m.
5.10p.m. 5.40p.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. 8.30a.m.
4.20p.m. 5.05p.m.
MARSH HARBOUR TO: Nassau
9.15a.m. 9.45 a.m.
5.05 p.m. 5.40 p.m.
MAYAGUANA TO: Nassau
12.00 noon 2.25p.m.
MIAMI TO: Nassau
10.30a.m.D5S.T. 10.15a.m.
1.30 p.m. D.S.T. 1.15 p.m.
2.00 p.m. +D.S.T. 2.30 p.m.
5.45 p.m.+D.S.T. 6.30p.m.
7.00 p.m. D.S.T 6.45 p.m.
10.00 p.m. D.S.T. 9.45p.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. 9.30 a.m.
11.50a.m. 12.15p.m.
1 55 p.m. 2.20 p.m.
5.10p.m. 5.40p.m.
SAN ANDROS TO: Nassau
7.40 a.m. 7.55 a.m.
11.00a.m. 11.15a.m.
3.15 p.m. 3.30p.m.
5.00 p.m. 5.15 p.m.
SAN SALVADOR TO: Nassau
11.55 a.m. 1.00p.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. 12.20p.m.
TREASURE CAY TO: Nassau
8.50 am. 5.40p.m.
5.05 p.m. 5.40
MIAMI TO: Freeport
2.00 p.m. D.S.T. 1.35 p.m.
5.45 p.m. D.S.T. 5.20 p.m.


851 Daily


Tu/Sa

Mo/Th/Sa

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


603 Daily
607 Daily

801 Daily
109 Daily

851 Daily
853 Daily

903 Mo/We


Daily
Daily

Daily
Daily


903 Mo/We


Daily
Daily
Daily

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


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

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


901 Tu/Th/Sa

501 Daily
503 Daily


FH-227

Gobos


Twin Otter

Twin Otter

FH-227

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


FH-227
FH-227


Twin Otter
FH-227

Twin Otter
FH-227


FH-227


Twin Otter
Twin Otter

FH.227
FH-227


FH-227


BAC
BAC
BAC
BAC
BAC
BAC
BAC


FH-227
Twin Otter
FH-227
FH-227

Twin Otter
TWin Otter
Twin Otter
Twin Otter


FH-227


Twin Otter
Twin Otter


605 Su/Tu/We/Fr FH-227


401 Daily

44 Daily
50 Daily

202 Daily
204 Daily

902 TufTh/Sa

602 Mo/We/Fr


852 Daily

908 Tu/Sa


604 Mo/Th/Sa


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


604/606 Daily
608 Daily

802 Daily
110 Daily

852 Daily
854 Daily

904 Mo/We

502 Daily
504 Daily

402 Daily
406 Daily

904 Mo/We


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


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

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


902 Tu/Th/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

FH227

BAC 1.
BAC 1-
BAC 1-
BAC 1-
BAC I-
BAC 1-
BAC 1-


FH-227
Twin Ottea
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


Ehr StibUtn


DEAR ABBY: I just read the letter from the mother of
the 16-year-old girl who had gone to a doctor requesting
birth control pills. The mother was shocked and upset.
Obviously the girl expected her visit to be confidential,
but the moment she left the doctor's office he was on the
phone, reporting to the girl's mother.
Abby, even minors have some rights. Some states have
laws permitting minors to receive -birth control pills without
parental consent, while others do not. If this doctor was
unwilling or unable to comply with the girl's request, he
should have told her so and sent her on her way. To tattle
to her mother was a gross violation of professional ethics.
If a patient sees a doctor about a drinking problem, an
.ethical doctor does not notify the patient's employer. Nei-
ther does an ethical doctor contact the wife of an unfaithful
husband [other than thru public health officials] to report
his case of V. D.
I hope that girl will report the physician's betrayal to
her medical society. I would expect the same were I to
violate medical ethics. SAN FRANCISCO PHYSICIAN


DEAR PHYSICIAN: I received a load of letters from
other physicians who share your view. I appreciate your
writing.



ProblemsT Youll feel better if you get It off your chest.
Per a permaal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. 69100, L. A..
Calif. NI069. Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope,



For Abby's new booklet, "What Teen-Agers Want to
Know," send $1 to Abigail Van Buren, 132 Lasky Dr.. Bev-
erly Hills, Cal. 90212.


Hate to write letters? Send $1 to Abigail Van Buren.
132 Lasky Dr., Beverly Hills, Cal. 90212, for Abby's booklet,
"How to Write Letters for All Occasions."


Fl-U- A


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Evening 8:30 from 3:00
Sunday continuous
"TROUBLE MAN" R. from 4:45
Paula Kelly "DRACULA A.D.'72" PG

plus Peter Cushing,
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SOLDIER BOYS" R.
Joe Dan Baker plus
Plus late feature Tuesday night. "CRESCENDO" PG.

No one under 17 admitted. Stephanie Powers,
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PARENTAL DISCRETION ADVISED


5


Sahara dust is Fon "1
LAWN SERVICE
FERTILIZE FUNGICIDE
polluting Caribbean PEST CONTROL

TROPICAL 2-2157


Charity wins out


in holiday spirit

By Abigail Van Buren
c. 1974 By Chicago Tribune-N. Y. News Syn! Inc
DEAR ABBY: My wife and I solved the problem of
what to give the people on our Christmas gift list who have
everything, plus a collection of white elephants from previ-
ous Christmases.
We sent them checks in the amount of whatever we
would have spent for a gift, and on each check we wrote,
"Please sign this over to your favorite charity. Holiday
cheer to you!"
There are so many worthwhile charities, why spoil the
holidays fretting and shopping for unneeded gifts for people
who are doing the same for us? We submit this idea in the
hope that it will appeal to grownups who want to double
their giving.
Abby, since you are probably among those who have
everything, please accept the enclosed check for your fa-
vorite charity as our gift to you. God bless you and yours.
EVGF:NI; F. MEGYESY, TULSA
DEAR MR. MEGYESY: What a super idea! Too bad it
arrived too late to be used this Christmas, but I shall
certainly share your novel and generous gift idea with my
readers for next Christmas.
/
DEAR ABBY: I read in your column that there's a
place in Hollywood that sells false fannies for women.
Do you know if they have any for men? .31. the pants I
buy are way too big in the seat and I have to have a lot of
alteration. FANNYLESS IN FLORIDA
DEAR FANNYLESS: A "false fanny" is simply a pad-
ded girdle, and I'm sure it doesn't care who wears it.


By R. Gregory Nokes
WASHINGTON (AP) Dust
from a severe and prolonged
drought in Africa has been
blowing across the Atlantic for
the past five years and is
polluting the air over the
Caribbean, two scientists
reported Wednesday.
I[hey said the dust has
transformed Caribbean skies to
the point where they resemble
at times the hazy conditions
over industrialized cities of
North America.
They also said the dust may
be affecting tropical weather,
including acting as a restraint
on tropical storms, and has
altered the amount of solar
energy reaching the tropical
Atlantic.
The U S. Commerce
Department released the results
of a report by Dr. Toby N
Carlson of its National Oceanic
and Atmospheric Administra-
tion and Dr Joseph M.
Prospero of the University of
Miami.
They said hot desert winds
blowing across scorched
sub-Saharan grasslands have
been picking iup large
quantities of topsoil and
carrying it across the equatorial
A\l.intii in warm dusty clouds.
Measuring stations on
Barbados first began detecting
large increases in the amount
of dust in the air in 1968.
Measurements rose from 8
micrograms per cubic meter of
air in 1968 to 15 in 1972 and
24 last summer.
"The effect of these
increases has been to increase
atmospheric turbidity ... to the
point where the typical marine
conditions one normally finds
there have been transformed
into the hazy conditions of
urban industrialized regions of
North America," they said.
The pollution by soil
particles is concentrated at
about 10,000 feet, however,
instead of at the surface, which
is the case with industrial
pollution.
The dusty Saharan air may
also help restrain growth of
tropical disturbances into
hurricanes, the study said,
because it suppresses the
growth of cumulus clouds.
"Because of the original
strong heating of the layer over
Africa, the base of the Saharan
air layer f9"'n a very warm
inversion at the top of the
moist trades (winds) over the
ocean, inhibiting the
development ot cumulus
clouds," the scientists said.
Carlson said the layer of
dust may be reducing the
amount of solar energy
reaching the ocean surface by
10 to 15 per cent
Ihe scientists said the
Saharan dust appears to arrive
in the Caribbean in spurts,
rather than as a constant flow,
and that the amount of dust
collected in Barbados varies
considerably from day to day.
The greatest concentrations
are from the period from late
May until September or
October when the dust is a
h light red-brown in colour.
The probable origin of this


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in the Imperial Dining Room.
Dinner from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.







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Commonwealth of the Bahama Islands


TENDERS FOR TREASURY BILLS

hlie Treasurer hereby gives notice that tenders will be received on Tuesday.
15th January, 1974 for Treasury Bills to be issued under the Public Treasury
Bills Act 1951 and the Public Treasury Bills Amendment Act 1965 on
[htusday, 1 7th January, 1974 as follows:-



Bills denomnlinated and payable in
Bahamian dollars...............BS3, .00,000.00.

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

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

Each tender must be in a sealed envelope marked "Tender" addressed to:-

The Banking \l.nJucer
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


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CLASSIFIED


SECTION


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


REAL ESTATE


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

C13195
W A T E R F R O N T
APARTMENT Towers of
Cable Beach 2 bedroom 1
bathroom Furnished Phone
7 7355 or 7-7721

C 1 3174
3 bedroom house, unfurnished,
also, i bedroom house.
unIfurnished Both on 100' x
100 lot in Shrrlea. Warwick
Street Can be bought together
or divided. Call 4-1377 or
3 4343

13173
A LOT 60 x 130 Centreville
i r $11.000.00. A
,ommorciai area with 212 ft
frontage Carmnichael Road.
Pr ce $15.000 00. A
pimmeriocat lot 50 x 100 on
Minni.- St Pice $6.500 00. A
Residential tit in Foxdale
Subdiv, 5, only $3.000.00. A
:.)t in Goldetf Gatei 1 size 50 x
i00 'I P~Le, $ i>0f0 00 Lots
C nTeb, P.k Prince
na'ire m^n +e "* *'" $D.(00 00.
Te' jva 'able Tvo lots onr
Bi3. He,. Road IPSr o $5,000 00
ca f '- "atoron and
jl,.,p U It; ,i a! il S Real
Estate 2392 l

ONE THREE be0oomn house.
t .wo oarth' ;-!l., ; 'oom TV
Ioo .1 'tv rs o patio.
Li' 3"vvawI gs. walled

One .o e ai !ot ideal for
aDD, +",e "- '.,id'dng
Or'e cu ',-x Mot all located in
Biar EE st;e
ALSO
One apartment ',te on Village
R ad 93 x 124
Oc c i oon, water ,f t 100 x
I 0 Easter, Road near
(c1Pher0, '" Hend Phone


i Pt 8
HUY NOVv'
SAN ANDROS
LOTS
1 4, 00
q. F LET'
Almost 1 3 acre
r45 DOWN, $45 per '. it,.T
t.ALL OR VISIT
RANK CAREY
REAL ESTATE
P 0. Box N4764
iY & tEVLAUX ST.
TEL. 27667, 24815

S T C Oiean Fron'
h .ise n r) Haib uir Mews
,,; rushed 3
2 bathroom
el't, : ,.i o,]d'tioned
S ;' mai ina, etc.

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DAVSON'S REAL ESTATE
CO. LTD
fCertified Real Estate Brokers
& Appraisers)
Phones 21178 55408
P. 0. Box N-4648.
Nassau, Bahamas
Proudly present
SMASHING REAL
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THROUGHOUT THE
COMMONWEALTH
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BLAIR ESTATES
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Phone 21178 or 80932 21178
P. O. Box N-4648
Nassau. Bahamas

WANTS TO RENT
C13184
ENGLISH family requires
three bedroom house.
Furnished or unfurnished. Call
31W-1.


I WANTS TO SHARE


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

FOR RENT
C 13183
1 BEDROOM airconditioned.
furnished apartment in quiet
location off Mackey Street.
Rent $190. Tel. 53115 after 2
p m.


C13044
F URNISHED AND
AIRCONDITIONE D 1 oner
bedroom apartment aid i
ef ficiency. Contract Don
Pritchard at 5 8679

C13132
One TWO BEDROOMfI
Apartment in new duple,
building situated Boat Alley
Unfurnished Call b-4258 or
.-7365.


C13154
LOVE BEACH COLONY
CLUB on the Ocearn, swimming
pool, tennis courts, club
Dorv 1leQ -
Two bedroom, two bath,
luxutrv apartment, available on
long term lease Contact
1-8421 2, even t gs 7 70ti5


LA RGE beodto 'n, i imsh,
rpartrmI ,o' ut east. Beao h
righ s, p,,iv.te entiance and
garden (-ou)ltE oni n pets.
Available Februai, 1st $275
pet "o. th. Telephone
C i [ ST[ R T .i OV'Si'SON
-4 /' t r 4 2035

C13185
FURNISHED two bedroom
duplex a0pattment. enclosed
ga r de n L o mpletely
airconditi'oed, automatic
washer ;o pets $260 00
Phone 5 385 i

C13186
A TTRACTIVELY furnished
one bed' oomr" apartment,
air1conditioned. fully carpeted.
T.V Antenr-,a, automatic
washer acnd c!rver $?00 00
Phone 5.8512


COTi ACC.. I n nd aP artment1'-

alcond toned, 'ul!v fliiri- hed
'n id set'v e av able L-ov i' '
qardipr imd sw ii mm l pi
Tel'ehori 1 20 / 1 10

C13116
EFFtICIENCY APARTMENt
in Plr ,dale Ideal i it erveol
ge ntletrian C1li '1 044 for
I ort ( ma tior1 '

C 13175
ONE bedroom apartrmcOt and
Store corner W illi>'m Jndd
Shirley Stieetl. P ,.one StIlla
Moree 54826

C13199
TWO BedrJoom Apar tmenr,
unfurnished, Mackey Street
South, water incutided Also,
Store, same location deal for
business of oftf e Phunc t
2-8086

FOR SALE

PIONE f R 747 Ouadaph. '..
RecoLve-r plus PL- 12D ,
ajrid four DR-Speak *i ,.

1pr1 pa', lt D I 'or ;u i t ,
i)h.i' r701 a'ro !0 1
S ar. or p m to 6 p


OF f ICF FURNITURE IDesk
lhais 'ilinq cabinet CASH
ONLY H G. CHRISTIi
STD Teliphone 21041.

: 11 3 0
N. T !i It S f OR SAL (

'/ t o ,, ; ,i;] '' Ill , 1 1.1.' 4 0 [
'4 30()
BI t she- [ty $300 ) 0O
r.m lu t.r Mativ h I .. $ l 000
hin ing Mat hiDr S JUO iU
'A'este nr [Jeep i iie/
$775 00O
Vegetable Bo. $4ii ll
( hees0e B, $410 010
villt Bux $550. 00
Meait Show( Coae $485 00
Scales $450 00
? NCR C(ash Registers
i Desk
I Filing Cabirnet

C 13202
BONNEVILLE Triumph 650
( hopper Pthone i1151
between 5 and ) p r.

C13207
1968 TRIUMPH 650 Trophy.
Lxcellenrit conditions $650
BOSTON WHALER 33 hp.
$650 Telephone 5 5905
-1407

CARS FOR SALE
C13157
1973 PLYMOUTH DUSTER
a|rconditioned 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-
condition 11 months old.
Tel. 32580.


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CARS FOR SALE MARINE SUPPLIES
3038. )
LAC K FI H VR OI. L i '.\K RP 1.1't uo .I
APRICL in ixcell .,a 3
rndition. L. J. Knowvvles. Tel
134.

13150 .. .' , ',, .
LAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.


Down-Payment $900( (O)


C13201


TUI lTION


THE RAPII) Rt SlL 1I
COLLEGE Worl(l 'an',
postal tuition for the G( I
School Cert. and A i ,'ij t
Banking. Law Mai e'., i
Comoanv Se- ret t r sl h,;.
Exaitinations. Foi illt1ii'
our specialist c(- ii'' .' ,
for FRFt copy (}f li 13 '
CAREER to The R apl Results'
College Dept. TNI Tiwti..
House London SW19 4DS


PETS FOR SALE


I ANNOUNCEMENTS
S131 79
r and S r A A (.SOn d a 'v t 1 r i

.onday thr I S.tuold y
S u ving .ll n t ,'lle dihes
Phone 249 11


SCHOOLS


USED CAR LIST
1970 HILLMAN MINX 4 I )
Std. Green $850
1971 VAUXHALL VICTOR
S/W Auto. brown $1800
1973 PONTIAC VENTURA .'
Dr A Bu ket seats, v''
floor shift 5tbb00
1973 PONTIAC FIREBIRD
ESPRIT 4000 miles on .
stereo $)0500
1970 VAUXHALL VIVA I
Auto white i O$ 0
1973 VAUXHALL VIVA ?- )
White Std $1500
Telephone tj4630 / 8
Located Oakes F nwid
Opposite the Ice Pla.t

C 13138
TIl II t PH 1300 4 d(tool '
r ,u '. whitewalls W 'n -
frn, condition t,
e. $7 Tel 2..'"

S132.00O
BEAUT i _' L Y v% ain ,.'w








NEW PROVIDENCE.
LEASING LIMITED ha







l c oatiCnl i 'v..i 'i
l -o site L iper Was ( teIlop e
C1321. 4801






1 9 7 0 P Y M0 C
BARRACUDA G. .dow-p,
0 oi -k R o 1 I l. r.P ,1' -I !.
Bv!,. ibo wheflr' t i & ,l L




1970 CHEVY PICKUP
to s P ie $2 7'0h tel p
S,, 48701 0. ,
1970 FORD MUSTANG I
SBARRACU0 Down G,





1969 VOLKSWAGEN 1300
P "ce $1,200.00 Down p$ ym.'o '
Ur O' $I1 I OIWw't & ir1)( ) Oi'










197 DODGCHEVY PICKUAVENGE
'tan LicercI 1 c 0 A, 0
Pr ic $1 78() ((, n1 n1 n.
pay r!r t$4700 00






1971 FORD MAVERICK
Blue with Stupe r P K I : 1
Pr i- e $1, 1 .1 a ) v
ceay 1nt $)0.00 [)
1971 DODGE AVENGER
Orange L iei ( r 'e No N (,-'1




3 ice $ 1.1{ i ; ) ) ( 0
pSvmerlt $500 100





1 970 OLDSMOBILE
CUTLASS -i I r
Brown Strpe I l "J.'
N 271i P l' CII*i I

1971 FORD CORTINAC
Blue wight Blue i .' I K
NP.K 950 PFii( $. ,i 'I1111
Down tpa ment $O( 1
19701 DODGCHEVRLET IMPALA
OrCange L lcer, 1, ,, 30














l7l 7 i riC $ 1,'1('_1115 '>( ii) ..,
pa. onl t 1$ / 0 (r

1969 MORRIS 1 100 I1
SBrow n o 'Stpe l_






w$ 3)(0 y $8Do n 131,()

1972 HILLMAN SINGE
Light Blue L ,













840 Pr 950ce $11.
Dowr pantlrr $ iti)f ( l )
1970 PLYMOUTH DUSTER
m.hite wifth BIr k I p i ,, .

1 'owr. payment $'.' I i
1970 VOLKSWAGEN IMPALA
Gar t Ilu c Licer (' '.i "
33t, Price $17 *.
pa, 'meit $400 Ill
1970 FORD TORINC

84 l w Pr ice' $ ".. I *
paJ'rnwt $6()0() 0n)







1970 FORD CAPRI UTH DUST
Blue LP A. Ir No Nr,,s .1' 'I,,s
PD 'r, $l 1 .500 $i I ( ..
pav yment $500 300
SPECIALS
1971 AUSTIN 1300 ".
& S'ai i l- tlCi i 4r '11. i*
t'elo l' i. e $SOO ,11

1971 DODGE AVENGER HI I'
eP K 'i, 1 a-ti $ 0(1) 1()
1970 RAMBLER HORNE f
White t Lictn, 1 "3 1 1.r 1
Cash $ O 650.00
1967 CADILLAC
Passenger Price $.1..'';l 3.1)


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BUSINESS 6 PROFESSIONAL


L DIRECTORY


Save Time


SHOP :





IIb ll9i Jibt Illlci fl 21 EX It 5

1 IN hril 'It' 2 IN Flrnintl

> SAVE IiNE SAVE MONEY


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 Construction 5-7080

CAMERAS
John Bull 2-4252/3

CARPETS
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993

CUSTOMS BROKERS
Martin's 2-3173

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

DRAPERIES
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993

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

ENTERTAINMENT
Movies
Film & Equip.Service 2-2157

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

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


HARDWARE
John S. George 2-8421/6

LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING
New Oriental Laundry 2-4406

LOCKSMITH
Bahamas Lock & Key
2-4591 ext.C147

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


MUSIC
Cody's Records


2-8500


OPTICIANS
Optical Service Ltd. 2-3910/1

PRINTING
Wong's Printing 5-4506

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


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

SPORTS-GOODS
Champion Sport Land 2-1862

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

TRUCKING SERVICE
Gonzalez Trucking
3-1562/2-4726

WRECKER SERVICE
Gibson Wrecker Service2-8896


FOR THE ACTION VYO WANT




Shop Nassau Merchants
r'.fl D..-... A J c ..:-


ror Business


HELP WANTED

i iHt lASt ,A MANHIATIAN
i N '"I I , f >iii Analyst

( 'iteat sis

I .. '' f ,r 1 t telph i-c
Iia n j ,i n l i te vlii' w .

I II ,i
( 1 t.. ASSISTANT
.- r (J 1 it MANAGEPR. Must
i ive it I1,tlst years experience
S, li t m tianr{ing Thorough
o ni I o' t night auditing,
I t d! I s i ,1 c counting
;, it ipi rei lired. A pply ini
.' i' It Ii( t lhe G general
.,.i,, ,. P ()0 Box 5755,


I i U IR 1
0 *'rii .; ga den ) for
:'; I arad >. 1'i a nd M ust
dof a t'rf, the Bahamas.
9 0


MAJOR COSMETIC

COMPANY


SALES AND MAREIING


,, 1 )W `0 1t 11id fi acji arce
') ,i ,.,,1 .%1M Id w i(I:; ht ,'' .' l' ; t i' il )i>tig illZatloii for a
Its stlps aHidm rikar eating


!l, based in Nassau, aind
1' ( 1'<,[lmct if substantial

I t v il hI av-, ,it least, a
i m .i ti i,. j fo liniq for
S vv villaini n meoss to) travel
S /)"'0 c)f the year .
', ild!, Itqhe-h r educ:atiLof and
i, .1,1il $s ill al bf helpful.


I P ,- ,;'. N to Mrs.L Knowles, P. O.
| l (;*;. lfa,,. ,han tns. 1


Ana Service s


HELP WANTED

C13194
SMALL OUT ISLAND hotci
e(11lire', expert ienced
book-keeper to take complete
respond tibility for recording
daily quest transactions.
opc0 atig ,, NCR posting
rTmi ht( h -, an. d assistance on
front desk
Applh(ants should write to P.
O BRox) N 4107, Nassau, giving
full dietail (it experience arid
qualtif i at lions

C 1 3 17 70
SUPI RINT I NDENT OF
MAINI[ NANCtJCl for aragonit'-
op)triation at Ocean Cay Basic
quarlfi, ati)on. Marine Engineer
papeJ10 Must be qualified to
direct t maintenance and repair
of ,ships, heavy diesel
stationimy engines, conveyois,
ship loaders, cranes, hydraulic
di edges, high-voltage electric
genei.ition arid disti ibution,
arid 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
N41 77, Nassau.


TRADE SERVICES

Cl13159
FOR ALL your Gardening
tieeds, tinmming, hedging,
pr i U ng, beach ( leaning, for
prompt reasonable and
efficient service. Call 5-7810.

C13134
R & R PROPERTY
MAINT FINANCE proudly
anr .tloii (o the opening of their
offices im the Maltor House-,
Collins Avei e. We rrow your
lawnr, spl.iy yoLi plants i a d do
anry Iepains tof your horne. For
quick a!nd efficient service, call
52539


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


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

TELEPHONE
\JASSAU DRUG STORE
HUBERT WONG
5-4506

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.


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

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


FOR SALE_

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


HELP WANTED
C13204
SAIPEM S.p.A. HAS
VACANCIES FOR THE
FOLLOWING POSITIONS IN
THE EXPANSION PROJECT
AT THE BORCO REFINERY:
PIPEFITTERS: Must be able
to cut and weld all kinds of
pipes, assembling them
according to the isometric
drawings and erecting them
according to the general plan
drawings and P & I diagrams
Five years experience in
petr o chemical plants
construction required.
STEEL CARPENTERS: Must
have knowledge of and be able
to cut all kinds of steel plates
and pipes in order to
prefabricate and assemble steel
structures, in accordance with
the drawings Five years
experience in Petrochemical
plants construction required.

ARGON & ALLOY STEEL
WELDERS: Must be able to
weld all kinds of pipes. In
particular alloy chromium-
molybdenum steel pipes either
with the shielded arc system or
the tungsten inert gas (argon)
system (tig). Must pass welding
test according to A S.M.E.
specifications and Borco.
Badger arid Snam Progetti
req u i remn t s. Five
years experience in oil
refineries or petrochemical
plants welding work and
reference papers from previous
employers required.

MECHANIC MILLWRIGHT:
Must be able to install
compresses and pumps,
electric motors and steam or
gas turbine and secure
alignment between machineries
and motors. Five years
experience in installation of oil
refineries machinery required.

Only Bahamians need apply in
writing to Saipem S.p.A.
Bahamas Branch P. 0. Box
F-2471 Freeport, Bahamas.


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 Secretarial
Staff. For an appointment call
Freeport 352-7233.


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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.

C6587
QUALIFIED REFRIGE-
RATION EXPERT
REQUIRED; ROOM A/C'S
AND HEAVY DUTY UNITS.
BE ABLE TO WORK WITH
MINIMUM SUPERVISION,
PRE TENTATIVE
MA I NTENANCE
EXPERIENCE. REFE-
RENCES, TRADE
CERTIFICATES AND
POLICE CERTIFICATE
REQUIRED. EXCELLENT
SALARY AND WORKING
CONDITIONS. APPLY TO:
THE MANAGER, OCEANUS
HOTELS, LTD., P. 0 Box
F-531, FREEPORT, GRAND
BAHAMA.

C6599
PROJECT DESIGN
ENGINEERS: Must have at
least three (3) years experience
in preparing designs, drawing
of plans for all phases of
Refineries and Petrochemical
Plants construction.
CON ST RUCTI ON
SUPERVISOR: Must have at
least three (3) years experience
in the construction of
Refineries Must be able to
supervise and co-ordinate the
work of various sub-contrac-
tors performing Mechanical
and Piping installations
contracts.
Only Bahamians need apply in
writing to: SNAM PROGETTI
S.P.A., P O0. Box F2405,
Freeport, Grand Bahama

C13190
EXECUTIVE CHEF with
Xanadu Princess Responsible
for complete supervision of the
kitchen. Experience in menu
planning. Production planning,
Staff training and scheduling
essential. Knowledge of French
and International cuisine
absolutely essential. Previous
experience in first class Hotels
or Gourmet dining rooms
essential (at least 5 years) good
reference arid police certificate
required.
Interested applicants should
apply to Kings Inn Personnel
Office, P. 0. Box F 207, Grand
Bahama.


C13189
FOOD & BEVERAGE
MANAGER Kings Inn
Responsible for the operation
of all Food & Beverage outlets
and functions in the
Convention Facilities.
Knowledge of Food
Production Planning and
controls Menu Planning,
French & International
Cuisine. Purchasing Food,
Beverage, Equipment, Staff
Planning, Food & Beverage
Service, Budgeting essential.
Previous experience as a Food
& Beverage Manager of a
successful operations in a large
hotel essential.
Interested applicants apply to
Kings Inn & Golf Club, P. 0.
Box F-207, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


TRADE SERVICES
C13197
WINDOW AND DOOR
SPECIALISTS
We reDair Sliding Glass
Doors, all types of screens,
awning windows, jalousie
windows and doors. Phone
54460 night or day.
C13045



.4 ,Cd.
Mackey Street
P, Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. 0. Box N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDE:
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 7-7434,
FREE ESTIMATES.


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I FWiS AU.T i' H, ttlCm
L arin to d1 i .' I' i-n' tf" -
Phon e 5 8 1' i''!v. ...'i 7 .,,'
8 30 .in i ,,o t j f t p ,,. ,,
35084 anyttile.'

IN MEMORIAL









Monday, January 14, 1974.


tl r rtbune 7


SAN ANDRYS

WELCOMES


DAL


AIMEPDON


AS A NEW PROPERTY OWNER


AND A MEMBER OF OUR


PUBLIC RELATIONS STAFF







Hi! I'm Paul Warfield
Right now I'm on two winning teams the MIAMI DOLPHINS and
SAN ANDRYS, where my new teammate is Wenty Ford.
Ever since I started to play football in pick-up games as a kid in
Warren, Ohio, I set my goal on someday playing first-string on a pro
team good enough to win the world championship. As you know, that
dream came true.
Now, I'm starting to look toward my future and financial security.
One of the first things I did was buy land good land in San Andros,
NOW at the right price. Just as I did in my football career, I relied
on experience, knowledge and know-how. I have confidence in the men
at the helm of San Andros with over 100 cumulative years experience
in successful land development, both in the Bahamas and Florida.
Aside from investment potential, I especially wanted to find a Get-
A-Way place. I like to fish, sail, swim and relax. Honestly, if there's
a better place than San Andros to do all those things, it's a well kept
secret!
I made a good move buying San Andros property for my enjoy-
ment today and my security tomorrow.
Shortly after the Pro Bowl, next Sunday, I'll be in Nassau and San
Andros to get acquainted with my property owner neighbors. I'd like to
meet you! San Andros will be hosting OPEN HOUSE parties. You're
all invited to join the festivities. Wenty Ford and I will be on hand to
personally greet every one. The time and place will be announced soon
so watch your newspapers. You'll hear some interesting facts about
the great progress that has been made at San Andros and, perhaps, some
football and baseball stories you haven't heard before!
In the meantime, why don't you look into the opportunities at San
Andros for yourself. Perhaps you'll be my neighbor by the time I meet
you. Any one of the brokers listed here will be glad to give you the
whole story, and I'll try to help when we get together.
See you soon!


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YOU CAN FOLLOW

PAUL WARFIELD'S LEAD AND BUY

PRIME LAND IN SAN ANDRYS

., AT THE RIGHT PRICE TODAY!


DO WHAT PAUL WARFIELD SUGGESTS


- DROP IN AT A


BROKER'S OFFICE TODAY AND GET THE

SAN ANDROS STORY FIRST HAND!


Berkley Ferguson Real Estate
Principal Broker
Berwin House on Frederick St.
Phone 2-1238 or 24913
McDeigan & Associates Ltd.
,,,,.id Sntlhv ;uikding
,, Iay Stut't

Cosmopolitan Realty
Knqg', (oi wt
Pthot: b-7477 or 5-7478


Maxwell Woodside Real Estate
Corner of Bias & Blue Hilt Rd
Phone: 3-5632
Morley & O'Brien Real Estate
Harris Building on Sh Iily St.
Phone: 2-2794

C. A. Christie Real Estate Co.
2nd Floor Norfolk House
Frederick Street
Phone: 5-9737


Davson Real Estate Co. Ltd.
t',,y & East Streets (upstairs)
P i,,,l e: 2-1178
Frank Carey Real Estate Ltd.
BR'y & Deveaux Stheets
Phone: 2-7667 oi 2-4815
Grosham Property Ltd.
107 Shirley Street
Plhono: 2-7662 m 2-8966


Freeport
Tennant & Cooper Ltd.
First National Bank Bldg.
Freeport
Phone: 2-7841 or 2-2097
Ty Saunders
Norfolk House, 2nd Floor
Frederick House
Phone: 2-4818
Wenty Ford
Phone 3-4946.


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Monday, January 14, 1974.


Ft N FOR 1 2 is a lusty clouting :n ainy
league, as meriltrious an aichiec'inientt as can
be expected from tightcl' of 21." said ring
veteran Willrcdi (kcakle> a hs miiind reflected
the 1"I3 ,.i .-" i Baoih na) s Welterweight
champ l iisha (tOed
Having itenti obsCr',ed Obed froin when
he was a 14 \car old amateur, (oaklel was
satisfied that 'Obed's 12 main event success
bouh at honii' and ahboad was a tour nide force
o! sietpcrlal' ncr
miilteinCiitiing Caklc'is s commentniii was the
latest stainla:gs pu lblnb d in which the
wctwri it gt ihamp is ranked the number ione
'nitecnde: in the British Coniiiionwealth
Rangs \Nt only that bhut I lisha Obcd was
ranked seventh b, both the World Boxingt
ownelll and the World Boxing Association.
Ihe Rng Ratings has him in the number 10


spot
With 42 sound victories under his belt, Obed
kicks off his 1974 schedule tomorrow night in
a main event against Fonimny Von Hatten at
the Miami Beach Auditorium.
Obed on November 13 scored his first major
American ,i, tory with a fourth round
technical knockout over Florida State
middleweight champion Dennis Riggs. Ten
days later he was up against what proved to be
his toughest for the year But by the eighth,
tough Mike Lankikester was forced to call it
quits.
"Obcd is still a \ youngster climbing and he is
still learning," agreed advisor Chris Dundee.
"Hie has plenty of tine in front of him."'
Ring veteran and Obed's trainer Moe
Fleischer was satisfied that having passed his
'acid test' Obed is going to be a champion.


Other Bahamians to rank in the
Commonwealth ratings were Bimini Born
(;omeo Brennen who twice captured the
middleweight championship. Light
heavyweight champ Baby Boy Rolle was rated
up to the number two spot in his division and
Wendell Newton pie,..'ni- holds the number
ten spot.
Fighteen-year-old welterweight contender
Al Moss from the Bahamas Boxing Club left
for Miami today where he will undergo one
month of hard progressive training tinder the
supervision of veteran trainer Mac Goodmain.
Moss with two years ring experience will be
joining sensational middleweight Kid Barr who
is already over in Miami training at the Fifth
Street Gym getting ready for his next two
bouts
"I see Al as .i,...i'rh bright prospect for the


Bahamas provided that he follows in Barr's
footsteps in training and discipline."
commented manager Marty Goldstein. "He
also has all the attributes such as loving to box
and he likes to train. Like Barr, all he needs is
lots of experience."
Light heavyweight contender Bobby Lloyd
continues hard training at the Fifth Street
Gym in preparation for his future match with
world ranked Mike Quarry.
Why does he use Nassau as a home base?
"Most of my relatives were born and still live
in Nassau and when I fight in Nassau with my
many loyal fans I feel this is my true home,"
said Lloyd.
Bobby plans to come in the ring at about
173 pounds which would give him lightning
speed to handle Quarry, explained manager Pat
Currey.


Dolphins
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THE DYNAMIC Miami
Dolphins Sunday made it two
'super titles' in a row by
whipping the Minnesota
Vikings 24-7 to capture Super
VIII at Rice Stadium, Houston,
Texas.
Miami outclassed the
Vikings from the opening coin
toss. Miami's star running back
Larry Csonka was spectacular
as he pounded his way into the
record books for most carries
and most yardage rushing in a
Super Bowl.
The big running back carried
33 times for 145 yards erasing
marks of 30 and 121 set by the
New York Jets Matt Snell


SRacing results and card


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pe 'ali\ spo was saved to leave
the s..re at 14) to the Lions at
half imic.
l,. knight Imade no
Mi -take im the penalty spot
i tshe t2ind minute to make
th. s, rc 2- 0 1to the Lions.
'A Ith the L iions riot
do;,:; t!la ;ig 1:1 their usual
!,isthion theh ball c-,awed and
tile "ih 5int utt the Libons
detena, was forced to foul
again anid Ph1iilip Dawc-, scored
the penait) .
In the .s5th ininute injured
skipper lDon Mlaplc' came on at
lull hack for Rick Barret in a
desperate etfort b> the I ionsl
S. -I, i, their defence but
in the aidt minute lttC l Saints
equi alhsd after a thrt iinttiti
p lmotuouth scrambled
In the first game of the
Iternooln. MecAlpirn defeated
defending League Ahampions
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[his win means McAlpine
now go top of the table with
12 points troni -7 games Red


Lions have I I points from 6
games.
Peter Moore scored twice foi
McAlpmic and Jimmy Lawler
netted the third. Sammy Haven
scored for I ropigas.
SI ANDIINGS
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McAlpine ( 6 1 0 12
Lions 0 1 1 1
Paradise t 3 3 0 b
Iropigas 6 2 4 0 4
St. Georges 7 1 0 1 3
Dll iamos {( 0 6 0 0
UK SOCCER
Fnglishi I cup. third round,
second repla :
Camnbridge Inhited I Oldham
Athletic 2. OldhAim at home to
huntile% ii> fourth round. (AP)


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compared to G II.S,' lDavid
('leare with 30
Friday saw the defending
champs pit against the youne
A. I Adderle' thlih hbarel
survived in the West last sear
but still, with it th I S.-\,(A..
could do noithIMP bi take a
79-7 1 loss.
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trend to take with the series
going one round 1oil Onlt the
top four go into the playoffs.
.,atherinng their rose buds
while the imia ( ('Sweeting
Sleigh playing lust their second
season stand abreast the all-star
Aquinas (.,i. i Aces being
unfeated in two to take an
earl, lead.
Headed by coaches Tom
Grant and Peter I hotmpson,
Sweating thigh in challenging
victories sh'wesd that they
detinitels are a iorce to he
reckoned with this 'seies.
Led h> tIcami captain Kltvin
Roll"e rookie oi the \ear
contender in B .B .A
S it. ..lint High i hippidcil
Adderle' Iligh 75-w.( in Iheir
first outing W edneSdai and
returned I- rida lt d at
staggering 53-51 defeat ot
Prince Williams Iligh.
Both (Grant and Thompson
agree that they have .a tine rop
of players to work with -I
would not hesitate to start any
live noted hompson.
"T'here is no starting five as
such on our team We like to
function as a unit".
The respected Aces had little
to worry about in their laying
aside of L.W Young and W D.
Champs St John's College.
Aquinas amassed a total of
160 points givign Young 30
and St. John's 43.


RACING lineup for
tomorrow at the Hlobby Horse
track:
Ist RACI 6 IFURI ONItS
1. I ime & Tide I 16
2. Sugar till 16
3. (one Away 119
4. llailet 's Diane I17
5. Dehi 117
6. Ladi Stelli 17
7. Ir% Me 116
8. Shahleen 116
9. \\ iked (,al 117
Al SO 1 1 tIBIt
Winged Duchess 117
2nd RAtIT 4.1 I RI. LONi S
1. Red Guinei I I1
2. Liquidator 1 15
3. Banquer. i I S
4. Terror ItS
5. I lag Carrier I 15
6. Ama/ingtl ItS
7. P'nnsylvania I 5
M. I1ast eg I
9. Ro atl Prince I 15
At SO I I 1 1t1t I,
Miss Nethil', 1t15
liamiond I 1 S
At Last 1 IS
3rd RACI 6 I 1RIONtGS
I. June s J II iS
2. P'octr In Motion 1I I
3. Sih I18
4. I aster Bunns I 14
S. Gunsmioke 114
6. Red PiggB liaink 1 16
7. Sorpio If I
8. Leaping line 116
9. Magic Prince 114
Al SO 1 F IIlli I"
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ilorv Stopper 1 14
M, Dear I 16
4th RAtC1' 4 I ttRLt(ONt;S
1. Son P'ie 116
2. f calling House 1 14
3. Bird's 'Pie 114
4. Slip Away I116
5. Miss Cliff I14


6.Malegro 1 14
7. The Good 114
8. Lucky Lin 114
9. Mama Waldee 114
ALSO ELIGIBLE
Security 14
Red Moon 114
Sweet N'Easy 114,
Git G ;it I 14
Sth RACE 5 FURLONGS
I. The Hustler 118
2. Annie Bell 11 5
3. Thricle 115
4. Drink & Draw, 1 5
5. Go Biusy I,. i 18
6. Tamico 115
7. My Account 1 15
lS.Juhils 118
9. Anonymous 115
ALSO I LIGIBL F
Regal Maiden 115
Pam's Ace 11S

6th RAC'F S FURLONGS
1. Brother John 116
2. Sir Links 116
3. Mandingo 1 16
4. Morning Star I16
5. More Trouble 114
6. Uncle Weavie 116
7. Papalosa 1 16
8. Ricky Tick 116
9. Princess Jewels 114
ALSO ELIGIBLIF
Senilossa I 16
Valde/ 114
7th RACF 4'.1 -URI.ONGS
1. Doe Doc 116
2. Step In Line 1 16
7. Htot love 11 1 16
4. Miss Gto 1 16
5. l ady Marina 1 16
6. Nigella 116
7. Donna Alicia 116
8. King Fire I1
9. Cigarillo 1 16
ALSO LLIGIBLLI
Dead Heat 116
Sir Francis 118
Troy l 18
China Doll 116
Stop Light 118


8th RACF' 4/,1 FURLONGS
1. No Seat Jane 116
2. Bold Lightning 116
3. The Outsiders 118
4. Seni Paul 116
5. Lady Bright 116
6. The Kid 116
7. Strictly 116
8. Limbo Queen 114
9. Wall Eye 116
ALSO I LIGIBLI
Illegal Entry 114
Results of Saturday's races:
FIRST RACE' 4% Furlongs
Pete (4) M. Brown $S.15.
$3.30.$2.55
My Dear (5) D. Patel $7.35,
$3.70
Magic Prince (9 A. ;ibbs
SECOND RACE 5 l-urlongs
Windy Eve (5) G. Bain $6.05,
$2.40, $2.10
Wonder Mist (1) 1-. Sturrup
$2.65, $2.20.
Jungle Pie (4) S. McNeil $2.45
Daily Double (4 5) $26.65. First
Quinella (1 -5) $8.45
THIRD RACF Furlongs
Five By Five (7) N. McKenzie
$7.50, $3.15, $2.75.
Young Bahamian (9) R.
I erguson $4.15, $3.65
Fast Leg (6) H. Horton $5.30
Second Quinella (7 9) $15.75
FOURTH RACE S Furlongs
Casper's Child (2) N. Sweeting
$9.30, $3.70, $2.75
I-ellero (7) J. Horton $2 85.
$2.65
H'ushing (3) K Johnsion $6.70
Third Quinella t2 71 $11 .20
FII'iH RACF 6 I uriongs
Bonsai (5) K. Johnson $10,60.
$5.65. $3.30
Lady Lyn (3) J. Horton $3,15.
$2.55
Moon Walk (4) Ant. Saunders
$2.90
Fourth Quinella (3-5) $2 1.45


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