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Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


VOL. LXX1, No. 46 Friday. January 18, 1974 Price: 1 5 Cents


Smile


boys,


that's the style


By NICKI KELLY
ST. B \RN \\i .S voters went to the polls today in surprisingly
low numbers. At I p.m. midway through the election day only
470 voters had turned out about a third of the registered
electorate.
Prime Minister LIynden Pindling, who happened to be making
the pounds of the six polling divisions at the same timune as fihe
Tribune, attributed the poot response to the fact that it was a
working day and ..n -i that it was not an election year.
At thie sane time, he said, almost 500 residents of St. Barnabas
had moved to, other areas since the September 1972 general
elect ion.
lhe Parlianmentair Registrar's Office lists 1.490 registered
voters in the constituency. "Actually there are probably under
I 000." Mr. Pindling said. tle predicted that only between 800 to
it0 o f these would actually vote.


Free National Movement
poll Vatchlier', saw the low
turnout as a g,,ld sign for their
party. "'It anyone's staying
home it's the PLP." one
supporter of the FNM's Arthur
Foulkes observed at Polling
Division No. 5 the San
Salvador F votingg Somciey.
The Prime M minister,
however. viewed the outcotime
from ai dlttlinl angle. "I feel
.- nitldcu lt -. it V i;,- with the
FNM a p-,er .!id." I he-
(ntiimtioni.ealth I at 'nr P'arl s s
Rand"!- ', I k'.- s h .ar'tclpilatd.
would h ihirt.
Askid how hlie saw the rtct
of the field ,o lour candidates.
thi Piliniu Minister jokingly
replied: i 1 doin see them at


The by election weas notable
tor the good nature spi
hiho -.1 *I L x A ...
between the major parties.
"It's a .. -I deal more sombre
after Perpall Tract Mr.
Pindling remarked, in reference
to the murder oif -NM
supporter Barry Major.
With the voting moving sot
slowl, supporters ,of the PL P
iand FNM milling about the
various polling divisions spent
the time ribbing each othcr. At
Stephen Dillet Priniary, lthe
Prime Minister ind Mr.
1, r r i n g t o n W a t k i n s
Independent \ IP foir Marsh
liatbour. indulged in a fast
exchange which brought bursts
of laughter from by-standers.
The second Labour
candidate, Mr. Dudley
Willianms looked sombre as hei
arrived at Stephen 1Dillct's
polling dJiisions 3 and 6. lie
blamed the voters' poor
lespe t olst It apithy iand being
hed up wii thte anntiiol rate .At
which elections have been
occurring
Sinclair Ouitten. trhe
Progressive Liberal Party
candidate a pp e are d
disappointed at the lack of
enthusiasm hut agreed this was
probably due to its being a
by-election rather than a
general election.
Like the other candidates,


Airport

Till' CONTINUATION of
US. Customs and immigration
p re-clearance services in
Nassau, in doubt for almost six
years, has finally been agreed
to "in principle" by the
Governments of the Bahamas
and the United States.
A formal agreement is to be
signed soon, when technical
and legal matters have been
settled.
The agreement provides for
completion of certain physical
improvements in security
facilities within nine months
after the signing.
The an noun cements
yesterday of the agreements in
principle by the U.S Enmbassy
here coincided with an
inspection visit by two U S.
Congressmen. Joseph P.
Addabbo and Howard W.
Robison, both of New York

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he was hoping that the polling
would pick up as the, day
progressed. If not, he said, P1 P
canvasser night have to tr\
and urge the voters to comer
mlt!


Mr., Outten expressed
con fidcnce however. "r. 'Tino
the voters' reaction I lecl
. in fidenit i P k I ,P will 1 in."
-c s. id.
Nir Weni;tid "Site' IIeastie
-ias caught I" Ithe l rih ne at
p-( lmr sit isir. 'NiA. 1 Ilcateid
in tlc las ,i F Blialch school.
While the lact that it was a
working dav imnight have
somiethilg to ito with the
turnout, 1he said. ht, .i!lso elt
*he e i l rI e ,:ill i
eii'i.n,-taiu t ii ,su P1IP
p." t he-. hli'iu -f the
' t ,> c'il'ensntfp case
This morning a l'rlil
decorated floa-it enbiellished
w it h anti- Pild ing and
a n t i-Outten slogan, iswas
spotted outside i. lleastie's
office on Wulft Road.
Mr lleastie said the float
had been given to him nb\
(hippie (hipman and was left
over t romin the J un kanoo
parade. h e said the placards
appeared to have been attached
during the night.
"1 didn't put them there I
don't kt\now who did." he, said.


_Alba


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Wenfred "Sife" Heastie Independent candidate for St.
Barnabas collapses on Mr. Pindling's shoulder after an
outrageous joke. Mr. Pindling stopped to chat at the Naomi
Blatch polling station.

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Mr. Pindling greets Labour candidate Dudley Williams at
the Stephen Dillett polling station.


"Should I or shouldn't I?" seems to be the question Mr. Pindling is asking as Marsh Harbour
representative Errington Watkins extends his hand. They met at Stephen Dillett Primary school.


to get new'sterile' areas


and members of the House of
Representatives' Appropria-
ions Committee.
Among the physical
improvements planned, Ihe
Tribune learned, are the
movement of airline ticket
counters about ten feet farther
from the airport terminal's
south wall. to give UII.S.
Customs and Immigration
agents more room and better
facilities.
'STERILE' ARFAS
The entire area behind the
ticket counters of airlines with
U.S.-bound flights is to be
"sterile": once a passenger
reaches the area he cannot
leave.
At present the ariport's
sterile area is limited to the
pre-cleared passengers' lounge,
In addition, baggage areas
outside the terminal for
U.S.-bound luggage are to be
completely fenced off, making
them also sterile.
Contact between pre-cleared
passengers going to their
aircraft and p,'c.sr'gers coming
off arriving aircraft is to be
eliminated.
It is understood that
Bahamian and U.S. officials
reached the agreement in
principle late in December. and


the formal agreement is to be
signed in a matter of weeks.
Congressmen Addabhoi and
Robison, who arrived in Nassau
on Tuesday from Bermuda.
where pre-clearance facilities
are also offered, spent several
hours Thursda' afternoon in a
briefing by Civil Aviationi
Department director DL \
Ingraham and Donald Brogdcn
of the \\.rks Ministry.
[hie\ then lourIed the
airport, while the Bahamian
officials explained the changes
that are to be made.
FOR ALL AIRI 1\1 S
It was also learned that
pre-clearance services.
presently offered only on some
flights of some airlines, are to
be expanded to cover all
iU S.-bound flights on all
locally -operating airlines.
inclu ing Bahliamasair.
Pre-clearance was begun in
Nassau on a limited basis in
1959. Thi U.S. began showing
concern in 1967, p rtijuijlartl
over the ;'. ',, bility that the
p re-c learance facilities
constituted a loophole,
particularly in relation to drug
traffic.
Among the problems causing
concern were the fact that the


h S agents here have lno
powers of detection, aiest or
seizure. and were able to
exercise only lU' cited o .ntiol
over air freight
On an ..nlt ii .i sisit t,0
Washington last Near Baharnuan
officials told thle S. Senate
Commit i l tee that the
G(-t'er:inlent was prepared to
sta ion Baihantant police with
the I S agents here tor
detention arrest and seiturc
purposes'
A.' one point the I S
Congress threatened to cut ofl
all funds to pre clearance
stations in the Bahamnas,
Bern uda and Canada unless
better a.. I' .. were offered.


( RIMINAL Investigation
DIepartment authorities have
reported no leads irm to what
caused the im sterious fire
which razed a Carmnichael Road
mansion leaving a total of over
S410.000 worth of damages on
the early morning of December
2S. last year.
Ihie ire Department turned
the matter over to C.I.D. for
i ti:.'iision after the cause of


TIlt SEA St ARCH for tour
New ProNidence men nussing
since early Sunday mnoming on
a fishing trip around the
south-west rert continued this
morning as hopes oft their
survival began to fade.
A repo-rt that the men may
have been in Cuba aboard a
l0-toot dinghy ,A which was
found beached near the town
otf Caibarier yesterday was later
found to ic another case ot
two fishermen who had also
been lost at sea.
Bahamas Air Sea Rescue
\ssoclation iteinbers. along
with thi, S. Coast Guard.
A. U. I.I C and volunteers ot
the Nassau -1ing Club spent
tie week studying the area
around N\w Providence,
A\ndros. I leuthcra. the Biminis
and Beirt Islands attempting
to spot the 16-loot white
tiii -. ,i -\lice 1 F express.
tp until lIoda,. BASRA
reports said that no trace ol
the vessel Ior the four nen --
Louis Musgiose. )avid i k 'ill..,
Joshua Arnetit and (Chnstopher


By MIKE LOTHIAN

1! I PRI T IS 0 ,'l\l[ n.\
ha- prom,.d lto give reta :I
gasoline dealers a higher
mark-up. but not until there is
a gFe oral baseline price increase
around lite ncd of the oni-thh
What lii.: .inrease would be
wa : nloti it los'ed
\ Pet ro eimi Deahle,C
\ssc],ntat di elecatl on a ,is ti!l
by the Pri-es Comnoission onl
Wedniteda that their
comipiints about the present
gasoline price stricture were
considered legtitnate, and that
a 1. i' would be
recintiirended to Deputy Primne
N1ini.ter and Finance Minister
Arthur D. Ilinna.
Slie dealers \were told,
however. that the oil
companies, also have applied
for another price increase due
to rising costs. and that the
ne11 gasoline price control
regulations allowing the
increase, "either would be ouit
bh the end of the month, or
lthI\ (tlie ((nCommitsiion) would


the fire was not able to be
established. Authorities state
that the 1-room stone and
wood mansion, set hack tront
the street on Carmichael Road.
had been burning for
approixiimately half an hour
before it was reported.
Fire control officers received
the call to the house at 1.35
a m. it was reported. The
building. "believed to be


Hope fades



for missing



fishermen


Dean -- had been made.
The four set out between
9:30 and 1 1:30 a.m. Sunday
from Adelaide beach intending
to fish around the south-west
reef. Reports stated that the
men were dressed only in
bathing suits. There were no
life preservers or hlife-saving
equipment not flotation gear
aboard. The seats. it is
understood, were removed
from the dingh, before the
men put to sea.
Theirs is the third case ot
missing persons for the New
Year and mayx very well bring


the total of persons lost at sea
up to 14.
B.A.S R.A. reported that the
Cuban Government, through
the British High Comnmision in
Hlavana, had yesterday
contacted the Ministry oft
External Affairs saying that a
16-foot dinghy had landed at
the town of (aibarier with two
mnen aboard. One of theinm.
described at the time as a Mr.
Wallace, was beheved to have
been David Wallace ut the
group which left Adleaide.
Further contact titnn i
British Hligh C ommissiion


be in a position at the end of
the month to give an exact
date."
The Governmentt the
dealers' delegation was told,
would not raise prices now to
help the retailers. ontl to have
to make another change in a
matter of weeks
I herefore. a more equitable
mark-up for the dealers would
be built into the general
increase which will come
through shiorti .
DEALERS TO WAI I
That was the report given by
the delegation to Association
members last night in a
meeting at the Marlborough
Arms on Marlborough Street
The dealers. It was decided
last night, would wait until the
end of January before
considering any further action.
The retailers charge that
when the Government revised
the gasoline prices on
December 28, the wholesale
price ot high-test petrol wa,-
allowed to rise I I cents, but
the retailers were limited to a


insured" was engulfed in
flanles when firemen arrived on
the scene ten minutes later.
It took fireni.en about two
hours to contain the blaze and
bring int under control. It iijs
finally extinguished around
3 15 a m., reports said.
Sources revealed that the
call to the fire was a delayed
one and as the building had
been razed entirely, it was
difficult to determine the area


nine-cent increase.
Fhat change in the price
structure, they complained, cut
the dealers' mark-up Irom Z2
percent to 22 percent.
'he dealers are concerned
mainly with the price structuree
on high test because regular
gasoline is now s old
by only a lews stations lews
cars are still made that can uise
the low-octane fuel and
because saes of t100 octane
gasoline have plumnietted sinie-
the price rose to 80 cents a
gallon Some stations that sold
100 octane before the
December price revision have
already cut that fuel from theor
inventory: others are expected
to follow suit.
The dealers have been
demanding a return to their 32
percent mark-up on high-test.
The result would be a six-cent
rise in the retail price.
At one point the gasoline
dealers staged a ti-hour station
shutdown to force (Gover-nment
to meet with them and discuss
their complaints.


Cubans give pledge


11Lf GOVI RNMENT of
the Republic of Cuba has given
jas'urainces that the Cubanm
( Government will ensure that
nationals ot Cuba do not
-ilate the sovereignty ofI the
B1.ihanias by fishing in the
_ leusive fishing /one. a
\I'tintrs, ot Fxternal Afftairs
Si k e L II a T c ot n t1 r nm e d
I ihursda
in addition, the Cuban
(,Government lia> undertaken to
..iMe ic's fishermen lnot to fish
:It :h\e"eclusive fishing 'one"
c: tle Bahamas.
I ollo\wing the arrest ot
s teen (Cuban fishermen last
I iesday, the Minister of
I eternall Affairs. Mr. Paul
\Iderley. transmitted a cable
t (' Cuban Foreign Minister
R iul Roa informing him of the
deimtre of the csels andi the
.rest of the fishermen
Mr. Roa applied for
permission to send a delegation
to the Bahamas tor the purpose
ot e\amuning with Bahamian
utLthorities the charges brought
.aintmst the masters and crew,t
o! the boats.
On TutesdaL morning the
tihban delegation arrived by a
C('ibana A\ e;.cion Awi ai .is
aircraft Members of the
delegation were MrN Alvaro
I avastida Rosado, tihe Deputy
Director of the National
I fishing Institute: Mr Marcos
A. Santander. Chief of the
technical Assistance Division
of the National Fishing
Institute: and Dr Olga
Miranda, head ot the legal
Division of the Ministry ot
Foreign Affairs,


Soon after their arrival here
they had an interview with
Mrs Janet Bostwick. (rown
counsel. She had been assigned
to prosecute the case before
the Magistrate. They also


visited the Prison where the>
conferred with the Cu( ban
fishermen.

The delegation returned to
Cuba late luiesdni evening.


Police probe death riddle


NASSA\U police today
launched n, i i. i, i't.ii, 1t into
the death oi a white man
reportedly discovered dead at
Yamnacra v around Q 25 this
morning.


FEBRUARY
AN INCREASE in
Bahamasair's Freeport-Miami
fares will not be going into
effect until February 10,
general manager Max Healey
announced today.
A fare increase for the


Sources repotted the death
to be a murder l e victim is
believed to be a visitor to ithe
Bahamas
Police officials in charge i-t
the investigations were noti
available for comment.

FARES RISE
Nassau-Miami route went into
effect January 15. lhiscould
not apply to Freeport
however because of action of
there U.S. Civil Aeronautics
Board.


CRIPPLED CHILDREN'S COMMITTEE


1THI Crippled (Childrenr's
Committee has no connection
whatsoever with the Modern
I ree and Accepted Masons of
the Bahamas, it was stated
yesterday.
A spokesman for the
committee said that their
attention has been drawn to an
application addressed to the
general manager of Hlobby
Horse Race Track by the Grand
Master of the lodge seeking his
permission "on behalf of the
Crippled Children's
Committee" to sell raffle
tickets during race days and
display\ their car.


I tie spokesman emphasized
that the committee's raffle is
organized solely b\ t(he
committee with no affiliation
with an> other body. The
prizes this year. again donated
by Alexis Nihon, are a Chrysler
Newport and a Dodge Monaco
and raffle tickets are on sale in
Bay Street and are available
from committee members.
The (Chrysler will he on
display dailt from today in
front of the main branch of the
Royal Bank of Canada. The
draw will take place at the Cat
and Fiddle Night Club on
February 12.


revealed however, that the man
was a Ragged Islander, Herbert
TIdwin \kall.ie who left the
C(ay tans with Jamaican,
Kenneth l.itingston (ordon in
the Altic Bay.
I ound adritt off the shore
ot Cuba. they were later towed
into port, reports said.
BAX S.R.A. duty officers
reported that the rgtnisali..-
nma ing use of computer
tacihties in Washington. had
almost exhausted their search
for the four
Thec search is the third
e.rird oit by B.A.S.R.A. this
tcar with help from the Coast
Guard and other parties.
I earlier. eight Flondians.
colnprising two families were
reported lost at sea aboard
their yacht Sea Buoy' which
was Iumind wrecked about 50
miles sest ot New Prosidence.
A search tor a pilot and his
girl-friend, reported 'ni,,inr on
a fligh t roni Nassau to Miami
via Birmni m a Lake amphibian
aircraft also resulted in no
trace of them being tound.


Imports


tax adds


most


to price

THE GOVERNMENT'S
tax on gasoline imports is the
largest single contributor to
the total retail price, service
station operators were told
last night.
A delegation of gasoline
dealers who met Wednesday
afternoon with the Prices
Commission told members of
the Petroleum Dealers
Association that the
Commission confirmed to us
that the tax on gas is the
highest contributor to the
-etail price.
The disclosure came in
connection with a suggestion
by the dealers that if
Government wanted to give
everyone concerned a fair
mark-up and still keep the
retail price down, the tax
could be lowered.

The Commission, the
delegation said, responded
with the statement that it was
the dealers, not the
Commission, who would have
to make such a uggpcstion to
Government.

A gallon of high-test petrol
costs the motoring public 73
cents. Government's tax,
known to be well over 20
cents a gallon, accounts for a
third of the retail price.
The retail price is
influenced by four factors:
first cost. tax, wholesaler
mark up and dealer mark-up.
The Government's tax on
gasoline, in fact, is higher
than the actual first cost of
the fuel.
In March, 1971 a
breakdown of the retail price
revealed that high-test
gasoline cost 11.5 cents a
gallon when it arrived in the
Bahamas It was then taxed at
the rate of IS cents a gallon.
First cost at this time is
not known, but it is certainly
higher than it was in early
1971. But even assuming it
had not changed, the first
cost plus the tax now places
wholesalers' landed cost in
the vicinity of 40 cents. As
the wholesale price is
controlled at 59.5 cents a
gallon, the wholesale mark-up
could not be more than 20
cents, and is probably less.
Retail mark-up is pegged at
nine cents, making the
Government's tax the largest
single contributor to the
retail price of gasoline today,

In 1971 the wholesale
mark-up was 15.1 cents,
one-tenth of a cent higher
than the tax, so that the tax
then was the second largest
contributor.


the fire had started.
rhe S410.000 mansion was
reportedly owned and
occupied by former Yellow
Elder Gardens contractor. Mr.
Prince Albert Strachan, who
was ordered by an arbitration
judge to repay S 123,000 to
government when a ruling
found him to have been
overpaid by that amount on his
building contract.


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Friday, January 18, 1974


THE AMERICAN wile of a
United States government
employee drove her car
through a crowd of angry
demonstrators outside the U.
S. commissary in Saigon
today killing a Vietnamese
man and causing minor
injuries to six others, S.
embassy officials said.
Eyewitnesses said the
woman tried to drive through
a picket line out of the
commissary compound in
suburban Nesw port. She
apparently panicked when
the demonstrators angry
over a pay cut stoned her
car and jumped on it.

BRITAIN'S industrial crisis
showed signs of easing today
after the government restored
lull power to tie steel
industry and said that
adding an extra day to the
nation's three-dav work week
was "on the cards."

NOVELIST Slexandec
Sol Iehnitsyn said that
K renmlin officials sCer
"clinging to tlile hlood pa'"
and reacting to llis new Liiiok
because of "'savage lear ot
disclosure.'

S UG A R PR OI C(IN(J
Trinidad and Tobago has
approached Guvana tor
emergency supplies of "u ash
grey" sugar to relieve a
current local shortage.

A NE W Russian ocean
su r veillance satellite is
keeping watch from space on
1'. S navy ship imo\enleis i1o
the Indian Ocean and thil
Arabian sea.

POLICE in Bomnba% have
arrested live men on charges,
of planning to kill leaders of
Prime M i nister Indira
Gandhi's (Congress Parts hb
bombing t tie I ndiian
Parliament, an Indian ni sv
agency reported.

IRAQ and Japan signed a
technical and economic
cooperation agreement under
s which Iraq s ill rcceise a
billion ,li, ir loan tromi
Japan, a joint statement
issued in Baghdad said

A LIBRARIAN at the
I economy School of t he
university of Nuevo Leon in
lonterrey, Mexico was shot to
death as he left the library.
police said

THE IUS governmncni's No)
2 energy man indicated that
even the imost pessinnli i
project ions show there will be
no heating oil shortage,
before the middle oft March
LIBYAl appeared ltodla to
have shteled its planned
ret trenduih n Mr T hs
proposed 1 ibs.i I iinus.
mergi. r


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tdocumeniilts, not gove
doctiu i t 's.'" (COm intOI
lawyci Kenneth (;ui


litherelIorei there can e no
claim of executitie privilege."
Other subpoenaed included
Nixon's secertary. Rose Mar%
Woods. former White House
counselor Charles W. ('olson;
and Henry M. Buchannan, an
accountant tfor the re-electiont
coInmnittee.
Although a subpoena at this
stage of the suitil is a legal order
to) appear, Ni\,\n is expected to
resist it as he has others issued
in relation to the Wateigatec

A" (' o in m o n ('Ca ise
spt kesman said the decisitin to
name Nixon personally in a
subpeona was based in part on
the president's statement that
hle field personal control over
t he Watergate related
dtl(iciniCts and tapes at the
Whitc ihi)use.


FORD: NO GROUNDS

FOR IMPEACHMENT
GRAND RAPIDS. Mich. Testimony that one of the
Watergate tapes was erased and rerecorded is not sufficient
grounds to impeach President Nixon. Vice President Gerald
Ford said.
A' don't think what has happened so far is a justifiable
action under the definition of impeachment under the
constitution,. Ford told a news conference in his home
town ,
"It's too serious a charge to go from that testimony to an
automatic vote for impeachment," Ford added.
"I think it's premature to jump in on the testimony of
six witnesses who may or may not be upheld, and call for
impeachminent." Ford said.
The president's personal lawyer in the tapes controversy
was to present rebuttal testimony in a hearing today in an
effort to show the erasures were not deliberate.
Ford said that despite the latest tapes controversy, he
would not change the wording of his Atlantic City speech
Monday in which lie charged certain groups, including the
AFL-CIO. with leading the drive to impeach Nixo-n.
in that speech Ford said the Americans for Democratic
Action ADA and the AFL-CIO have launched "a
well-financed and skillfully planned programme to impeach
the President ... in a massive way without the facts."
"The point I was making in Atlantic City I would make
again today." Ford said. "My whole effort at the speech in
Xtlantic City was to alert people that the effort was under
max .


Skylab


trio in


top shape

HOUSTON The Skylab 3
astronauts are in such good
physical shape they could
probably stay in space well
beyond their planned 84 days.
a space agtii. doctor says
But officials emphasized the
astronauts will not be kept
aloft bey ond the Feb. 8
splashdown date. For one
thing, there isn't enough food
aboard to sustain them much
past that date.
Gerald Carr. William Pogue
and I dward Gibson, in their
64th day in space, were to take
most of the day off today for
their weekly relaxation. They
scheduled only a few
experiments. mainly sun
observations
The astronauts received a
go-ahead to remain in orbit
another week. Officials are
confident they will complete
84 days. but during the final
month they are making
go-ahead decisions a week at a
time.
The decisions are based on
evaluation of the conditions of
the crewmen and the space
station.
In reviewing the medical
status. Dr. Royce Hawkins.
chief astronaut physician, told
newsmen. "There are no
medical problems. We find
nothing that precludes our
going ahead. (AP)


and ('ol. Dov Sion, son-in-law of Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan and No.2 at the
disengagement talks in Geneva.

The signing climaxed intensive
negotiations by UL.S Secretary of State
tHenry Kissinger who travelled repeatedly
between I Eypt and Israel to bridge
differences over how the disengagement
would be achieved.
Kisvgllger conferred with President
Anwm i Sadat at Aswan over the past week
of .iintliMe back and forth between
I gypt and Israel.
I la/ar was accomnpatied in his
helicopter by Maj. Gen. Avraham Adan.
the new commander of the Sinai front.
Egyptian deputy premier
A bdul Kader Hatenm,
commenting on the agreement
said: "It is a military
agreement and not a political
one. It is an implementation of
the U. N. resolution 338 which
called for Israeli withdrawal to
the cease fire line of October

Asked to give further details
rnmental he said: "Let's see the
)n (ausc agreement first."
ido said. Ilatem, however said: "h ic
S .. agreement is a success to


tIgypt"
Earlier
arrived in
round
President


today Ki',ing% i
Aswan for his fourth
of talks with
Anwar Sadat, the


Middle East News Agency said.
Kissinger, who worked out
the disengagemiet agreement
between Israel and Fgypt. is
expected to discuss with Sadat
the separation of forces on the
Syrian tront.
Kissinger is scheduled to -ly
to the ancient city ol Luxor
with Fgyptian Foreign Minister
Ismail Fahmiy for an overnight
stay after meeting with Sadat.
tAP)


But oil

em bargo

stays


for now
WILL TIIE Middle Fast oil
embargo be lifted now that the
Arabs and the Israelis have
agreed to disengage their
foiat," 'A apparently not yet.
There was nothing from the
Arab world today to indicate
there would be any sudden
change from the clamp put on
crude oil needed by Amiericans
for their energy demands.
Before the embargo. Arab
supplies accounted for about
15 per cent of the oil used in
the country each day.
In an interview in Bonn.
Germany. Thursday night. Oil
Minister Zaki Yamani of Saudi
Arabia said his nation will not
increase oil production until
Israeli forces vacate all Arab
territories occupied in the
1967 war.
The disengagement does not
meet this condition, which hais
been tied in with the embargo
since it was put into effect.
Yamani asserted that Israel',
"aggression and politics ot
annexation' were responsible
for Arab measures that resulted
in the oil pinch.
Arab world, a Beirut digest
of Middle Eastern news, said
oil industry sources expect the
United States to ask for an end
to the embargo.
"As a result of Kissinger's
success in bringing about
military disengagement on the
Suez canal front, Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat is
expected to support the
American request," it said.
The publication said Sadat
would encourage Saudi Arabia
and Kuwait to "lead a
campaign in favour of lifting
the oil embargo at the next
meeting of the Arab oil
producing nations in Libya.-
In Washington. John C
Sawhill, the deputy
administrator of the Federa
Energy office, declined to
speculate on when the embargo
would be lifted.
"Till more definitive
announcement about the
embargo is made, we wil
continue to base our plans on a
fully effective embargo,'
Sawhill said.


Monument

blown up
ANTI GOVE RNM IENT
activist today blew utip a stone
monument to Spaniards
executed for supporting Gen.
Francisco Franco during the
Spanish civil war, police said.
They said handbills signed
by independent anarchist
groups of Barcelona and
Mataro were found on the
scene.


IT'S PEACE ON SUEZ


Egypt and Israel sign pull-back pledge


U.S. secret



agents in




U.K. probe

I ON DON iAmerican secret agents are operating in Britain to
track down subsersives in the country's labour unions, I he '1 mnes
of I ot)ndn said today.
The report was munmediately denied by the U.S. Fmbass aind
the British I foreign Office.
Both the llic Io Otfice and Scotland Yard, however, declined

I he Tine's, qutintg Miles C'opelaind, described as a former
aenit f l the enlral intelligence Agency, said between 30 and 40
CIA and national security agents may have entered Britain since
the Britishi (;o\crnmicnt tdclaed a state of emergency last month


-Killer

storm

leaves

34 dead

DOVER Gales with 100
m.p.h. gusts whipped the
English Channel into a tury
nast night and swept the
European mainland, leaving
at least 34 people dead in a
wide trail of damage.
Battered and damaged
ships sought the safety of
harbour but two did not
make it and sank with a
known loss of 21 lives,
Another five crewmen
from the two vessels, the
2,088-ton Danish coaster
Mere Enterprise were missing
and presumed drowned
Freak accidents resulted
from the storm.
A French motorcyclist died
when a gust of wind pushed
him into the path of an
oncoming car near
Montdidier. in Somnie.
A 31 -year-old English
schoolboy was swept out to
sea and drowned by a
mountainous wave which
plucked himi from the sea
wall at Dawlish, soutithwsest
England.
In West Germnany. an
engine driver was killed.
apparently by electric shock.
when his train hit torn
overhead wires. The wires had
been brought down bv an
uprooted tree.
Other deaths included our
fishermen tio s ned ishucin
their boat overturned in Brest
harbour, two French soldiers
swept from their trawlers off
Brittany, an Englishimanl
whose dinghy overturned oni
a river in western England. a
crewnlan lost ovcrb)ord from
a Sweduishl cargo ship. nd a
sailor killed in ai iirte aboard i
Cypriot freighter
London firemen, v iho
handled 230 einergencN calls,
reported more than 100l tees
crashed down o il rat)hIs. TIwo
cars were crushed and tilhe
occupants injured.
Th e Prosperity %Nas
wrecked on a reel ofl
G ernsey, one of the I english
Channel Islands hlie crew
took to lierafts before (lie
ship broke up. but could not
survive in 30-foot waves.
Sixteen bodies, including
one of a young woman. ,were
recovered by rescue teams
and the search continued for
two othlier crewinen believed
on board. Most of the dead
%were wearing lifejackets (API


Vinent i. l )onne!l
n'i )ti t i Iie I S[al
I d iat1on Bo ard. ,Id \\I tl.

Lii iih t n "p.ir tic ', \
li .ti i! t ill iT 'l H\ i

I h lelt st. i s i n ols 'l .Pn
Blazen kils 7
e mi t'uti- s i arc ti1 d ii r i. al
u4 t the .I il (tl
1 11 t C r i T i )Ional 1'TAit!lon.
O pcrm ting i ngv n I trI and ( ,i, i i
\\orkeis belonging to l<.i 4
o1 tt Al I1A-*I 0 Sc,\v1t"
I T I II ,N, 11 I n tc r iTit!iLaI
ln 0on
11ig r 1gs ad expanded
trinegc hcnetits ( AP)
Blaze kills 7

Il1R1! sept through an
apiarltl ent ', it' 11 ,innipe
'arl\ today. and tire ".. .il
said sL en io p rsons were killed
;ilnd up to 25 in tirt'd


Britain and Italy

start fuel war


I()O DON I lih Initi:,11
goven% ne!in ll rt todil\ h dIllf 'd .11I
Italian air chaiitc l inn trolIl
h ving it',s pl.n1cs i u llc t11
Britain
It s aid it i \\ ,s seh k i .. w it
dliscuss ionsMN" til ie' l ite Il \tar
l hat h11Is C t, 1!;'d l i't \\d b icnI
Britain aInd It l.tl sI jtra linj i
hiiundi t s Ill i i ii ii ,
l IIs Ct c l\t Mjii.t ( In 'sl !,' *\
h1, e1i 1lt ic 11,t.C1 .C
( i foldoin the l c)ti.i;Ht'i i iI
nI I ih ns tinl l ll l li pa \ h

t cl c sIin g ld c Il.ili. I h a slt.
iketiutLetd Ilinei s lit 2 prithhtd

compact\ S 'A\I
I t insts i ii lt si i ; .i Ai111
Italian hJn t! l B I l ln islh chartce
thl hils into and o t1 1 t lal\
after SA\M 1 laniied it !had inot
been offered ciiot t lut( titor t 1
1 i li \ ingI t nl ill I lhuilsdal\ .
Blritihlis li a port ot f ol l SAM'S tucl qul likc othcr lines h\ 25 pcr cnl
in liic w il .it 11 '1 n ;il ll ion


Ss> tem to _ope t\]th the oil
sholit re
lilt\c told \Iut niakeis the
"sitrn est'' possible action'. wsas
being taken to tr ito get the
iatle o)recled as soon as
possible


ic coal mines, power stations alt
The Times quoted Ip. 1,I
.is saying: "In addition
superior technical conpetcn
sLuth all forms of stivclltlan
e(tlipm en!t it is .'.i,
recognized that our agents ha
a frccdomn to operate in it
country which your \'
intelligence services do n
p()ssess.
"We all kinow\ that :
Lonsidcrations prevent pcy
like MI5 from acting ,
ctlectively in Britain. iYou
i,'strictcd and squeamish
\lir own tcrritor\ froni 1
the t\ pe of things that .
have to be done to track do'
terrorists and subversivess"
MI5 is a British intelligce


because oft labor disputes il ith
on h stalt-o Ine'd nlil)aids

NEW YORK

SCHOOLS

CLOSED

AGAIN
\N1 W YORK Sci1o is
eniolling .oine il.00 iO0 pupils
5wen closed today as the cit \s
school s\ istnim conlt lcranted .1
l irdi dIL tI l stiik s i b'\ tol.'

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t itcr hold \k iathler itdl
i >loutiiini sml llltintll proh'iemi
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intelligence men into Britai
rci.cnt weeks or itti
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information on the activities
the British trade uit
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hb Uribunt
NLu S ADmcruS JUARE IN VERBA MAGISTM
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 DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor 1972. -
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley street, P.O. Box N-3207. Nassau, Bahamas.
TELEPHONES:
Editorial 24532, 2-2260
General Offices (15 Extensions) 2-1986


By E [IFNNI DUPUCH

FOR SOME TIME now I have been telling readers of this
column about the bleak outlook for all the British
Commonwealth islands in the Caribbean where a free electorate
have chosen to place their destiny in the hands of inexperienced,
incompetent ... sometimes tyrannical ... and very often dishonest
men.
*** **
I have been able to forecast a downward plunge for these
islands, not only because of my observations of conditions in the
Bahamas but because I have visited all except three of these
islands over the years when I have seen for myself the false hopes
that have been built up in the hearts of the people by their new
leaders.
An interesting fact is that the people continue to cling to this
hope, even though they see the darkness of uncertainty closing in
on all sides around them.

There are times when people of the islands I write about feel
that I am unfriendly to their homeland. I w.nt to make it clear
that I am not unfriendly to any place ... nor am I unfriendly to
any man.
In this column I try to paint a thought picture every day.
Except when I am dealing with questions of faith, I am not an
abstract painter. I deal in cold blooded facts. And, alas, the facts
of life are often unpleasant and disconcerting.
It has been well said that "facts are stubborn things". No one
can sweep a fact under the carpet and hope by this means to
conceal it. No matter where you may try to hide a fact the time
will come when it will bore through its covering and come out in
the light ... because the facts of life like exposure to the light.
The only way for a person or a community or a nation to
build a secure foundation is for the individual or the people of a
community to create around themselves an atmosphere from
which pleasant and wholesome facts will emanate. Hosea 8-7
warns us that if we sow a wind we will reap a whirlwind. A more
colourful saying is that if you spit in the wind it will come back
in your face.

There are signs in all the West Indian islands that point the
downward trend that they have been following for a long time.
The most significant trend is the flight of brain from the
islands.
In this column a short time ago I printed the names of a half
dozen of the leading thinkers in the West Indies ... all men of
outstanding achievements in their own right ... who have finally
decided to leave their home islands and sink roots in some other
part of the world.
These men did not take this action lightly. They had tried for
years to point a way for their people. They had headed vital
institutions in their islands. One of them was a banker with an
international reputation. The time came when they realized that
there was nothing they could do to check the rot ... and so, like
the Arab, they folded their tents and sought a new camping
ground.

I need not tell you again what is happening in the Bahamas.
You know it. It is here for everyone to see ... and those who still
don't see are hopelessly blind. It has been well said that there are
none so blind as those who refuse to see.
The effort made by the Prime Minister to blame the dark
prospects facing the Bahamian people today on the energy crisis
is an insult to their intelligence.
The great misfortune is that it will not be easy to find better
men to replace those who now have the Bahamian people by the
throat.
This is true of the entire area where very few men of calibre are
prepared to enter the cesspit of today's political arena.
In a brilliant speech recently the President of the Jamaica
Manufacturers Association stated bluntly that he saw no hope for
Jamaica under its present government. Worse still, he saw no
political group in the island that could bring any hope to the
Jamaican people.

In this article I have gone on and on about generalities. Now let
us get down to specifics.
After ten years of independence. Michael Manley, Prime
Minister of Jamaica, is now back in London begging Priint
Minister Heath to help his country from the danger of complete
collapse.
Jamaica like other former British colonies in this hemisphere
demanded her independence. Britain gave it to her. From that
moment she was on her own. Britain had no further responsibility
for her future welfare. But whenever these islands get into any
kind of trouble they fold their peacock feathers and run to
Britain or America for help. In this case Manley has gone back to
Mother Britain.
Despite everything that has happened Britain has been a
Generous mother. She has tried to help. But it is clear that today
7 Britain is having her own troubles. Stripped of the resources of a
Svast Empire Britain is no more than an island herself...and she is
now struggling with internal conflicts for survival in an unsettled
---world.

SOn more than one occasion I have predicted that the bottom
-.would drop out of the economy of certain West Indian islands
When their sugar, rum and banana products run into difficulty
after Britain entered the Common Market.
Conditions brought on by the energy crisis have speeded up
S'this dark day for Jamaica ... and now Mr. Manley is appealing to
iritain to help their sugar industry.
**********


; Britain has encouraged the thought of a continued link with
h er former colonies by creating the Commonwealth idea.


* But, whatever anyone may say to the contrary, this idea is
Swearing thin. The former colonial territories hang on to it only
: :when it serves their purposes ... and the official attitude in Britain
* :has undergone a definite change in recent years.


3


RADIO GIFT

TO BASRA
BAHAMAS Air Sea Rescue
Association has recently
received a generous donation
of radio equipment from the
American Friends of Bahamas
Foundation Inc. The
equipment, which updates and
complements B.A.S.R.A's
original installation, includes a
single side band transmitter
and receiver for marine use.
Picture shows left to right -
Mr. Robert E. Blum, a past
President and director of the
American Friends of Bahamas,
Jack Curry B.A.S.R.A radio
operator, Dr. Norman Cove,
B.A.S.R.A. Commodore and
Col. M. Oakley Bidwell, Vice
President of the American
Friends of Bahamas.
The operator is using the
single side band radio and
other equipment shown which
were donated by B.O.A.C., the
U.S. Navy and others. Photo:
Gus Roberts


The Chi


EDI FOR The Tribune
The recent outcry by a1
segment of the Church
opposing the (Government'N
participation in the operation
of Casino ;ambling should be
swallowed with the proverbial
grain of salt.
What is the Church'.s
position on gambling per se' Is
the Church opposed to
gambling in all its forms?
According to the laws ot the
Bahamas, gambling is .11. k' ii
lHowever, for tie operation ol
certain forms of gambling, it is
permitted for a licence to bhe
granted to tile operator or
operators.
Ioes not the Church engage
in kg iirbling' It surel\ does and
the Church does not have a leg
to stand on in this connet lion.
I:very y ear without fail arind
many times during the year,
several -..l "! denomination
apply to the government for
permission and are granted
such permission to conduct
gambling by meanicls I raffles
anti at their vario s I airs"
and "Ba/aars"
Is the Church telling us that
certain forms of gambling are
in order, or because the Church
is the operator there is .. ii ..
wrong, or because it is no'
done every day of the year it is
not immoral, or because tilhe
Church is conducting it there -,
no chance of any of the
revenue getting in the wrong
hands, or i-'cause the Church is
.lire.. II., involved in it those
who participate are excused, or
because the Church is a
principal and because the
money being -. l, .. r. .1 is going
towards the "work of (;od" it
is O.K.
A defence to stealing on tle
grounds that tile rlotive 'as ,
give the proceeds to the'
Church or to charity is no
defence, it night lessen the
punishment, but stealing !
stealing irrespective of how
noble the motie.'
Fhe Church s stand on
gambling should be a total
coinlllitment. It callnnot soil i
hands, keep them soiled and
still speak out agjIt.tsr
ganmblinIg. "'For whosoeerI sth.il
keep the whole law and yti
offend in ole point, he i"
guilty ol all
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Vyou have got to pracitse whii'
you preach "so speak \c.
and so do --,
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church h will contit!tue to oppoc
gambling with all thr ei pha i-
at its vocal command, but h it
practice we find it participatinl-'
in and indeed colinductic li
gambling.
Is not this. iotI a great part,
the attitude of some ot the*
Church's religious leaders, do
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Men in Britain, who had chlwe imks witi :l i .
Office, now tell me that the people il the ( ol iiti!n.e.il (o"t;..t
which has displaced the Colonial ()t ice. .,e ii, >itci ct i!- :,
It was clear froin the was the\ were a\iiious o i cd h !it
Bahamas that the old fami\ tieelnig is wean 1 tli \nde : 1- i, :. c
passes, it will disappear completely
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I can't say that I blame Britain. No1 ill I t .. .ii 'i
fact that I anm sorry to lose the \kwa.nui I tili iclii.- :',!7w :h.ir
existed in the past.
Britain's colonies both large and C... :', w-a ted t ., i- l-.-
They subjected Britain to abuse and a callous show 'tl o i n'i 0.t!tli
And so Britain set their free. Now the\ aie on ticihen r hc\
must understand that Britain no longer haits the r osuice-. o help
them nor the powei to protect them
That's the way it is. folks.
You remember that your Moses I () Pi,,i told \ ou that
from where he "sat" he could see a great naui benefit' iti
independence for the Bahamian people?
I can't imagine where ho must have been sitting 0hen lie saw
this vision but everyone nlust realize by now that what lie saw
was a mirage ... a vision of liii: that did not in tact exist

THOUGHTS I OR TODAY
Was it a vision, or a waking dieam '
Fled is that music: Do I wake 0t sleep? KI A I S
* * A *
Let no man deceive you with vain words; tfor because ot these
things cometh the wrath of (.od upon the children Iof
disobedience: The Epistle of P1aul to the I phesians 5-o.


TODAY is FRIDAY. JANUARY
18th. the 18th day of 1974. here
are 347 days left in the year.
HIGHLIGHTS in history on this
date:
1973 United States and North
Vietnam announce that negotiators
ksill meet to complete the text of a
peace pact.
1972 U. S. coast guard ice
breaker escorts two Soviet fishing
boats towards Adak Island alter they
are caught .pr' niin, s within 1;. S.
territorial.s t.'r, ..id Maska.
1971 U. N., Secretary General
U. lhant announces he will step
down when his term expires at end
ol year.
1963 De ('aulle government in
I rance insists that Britain he barred
from I uropean Common Market.
1962 Dominiaun Republic's


ruling council which had been
deposed by military officers two
days earlier regain control of
Dominican government.
1960 London conference on
isyprus breaks down; African
elected members boycott Kenya
Constitutional Conference in
London.
1952 Anti-British riots break
out in Egypt.
1943 Russia announces it has
broken the long siege of Leningrad
h the Germans; Germany resumes
its air attacks on London.
1919 World War One peace
conference opens at Versailles,
F rance.
19i18- Russian Constitutional
Assembly opens in Petrograd.
1915 Japan issues secret
ultimatum to China regarding rights
in Shantung and Manchuria.


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A VIEW OF PART OF THE LOVELY SHOWROOMS at House
touch of t ~oical colour. Photo: Andy Toogood.


S v & (airden at the
S rd ( o Shpping Centre is
S-':u. ir interior design and
c-: ." as well as a shop for
de it hit.i furnishings and
.essrt tile home
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[LEISURE -PE TS H BBIS-O KR GAR D N -


decorative accessories and
paintings.
Before describing some
examples of the lovely and
un usual furnishings and
accessories for the home that
Ian be found at House &
(;arden at the moment Mrs.
IPaddy Albur, House &,
(arden's spokeswoman, has
assured me that their
professional services and goods
are in no was limited to the
pocket books of millionaire
residents and business owners.
True, House & Garden have
decorated many of the love'\
winter residences at Lyford
Ca', and many ot the homes Ot
important people in Nassau.
and their goods and prices are
not ot thrift shop variety'
But the services of the same
professional designers who
have created beautiful interiors
for the beautiful people are
available to those of us on
rmited budgets
In fact. those of us who
.nrnot afford to make
mistakes need the assistance
and advice of a professional
designer even more than the
wealthy For decorating


mistakes are costly and most of
us having them cannot afford
to rectify them. We have to live
with that wall to wall carpet or
that expensive sofa that
seemed so right at the time of
purchase, but when put in our
home was so wrong.
TWO DFSIGNE RS
At present House & Garden
have two designers on their
staff Mr. Melville F. Dot% and
Mr James H. Feller, A.I.D
Their art director is Mrs.
Dorothy G. LithibN.
A professional designer is
more than an individual with
good taste and a nack for
decorating He or she, of
course, must have these
qualities but he also spends
years studying form.
proportion, scale, balance and
unity. He must learn to analyse
a room's architecture, study
exposure, desirable lighting,
traffic patterns and colour
balance He comes armed with
a body of knowledge of
furniture periods, new designs
and materials and what these
can accomplish. He must
consider objectively the kind
of life a family lives and how


best to create the best
environment to increase the
joy of home living which hours
in to-day's busy life are
becoming increasingly rare and
therefore more precious.
The home life hours of those
with relatively modest incomes
are just as precious as the very
wealthy.
If you are decorating a new
home, redecorating an old or
just not completely happy
about anything in your home
- and who is? (Should you
reupholster that chair or buy a
new one') take a drive out to
the Lyford Cay Shopping
Centre, browse around and
take advantage of the
professional expertise offered.
Here are some of the
extraordinary furnishings and
accessories offered for sale at
House & Garden that could
transform your home into the
lovely environment that you
and your family deserve.
There are stunning photo
frames in bamboo, briarwood
or cane all with brass to
add that very special accent to
your home.
Or bowls of crystal, Italian
glass jars with chrome covers
adorned with shells of
handsome cigarette boxes. '
There are unique shell
creations trimmed in silver,
including pill and saccharine
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BORCO, saviour of Bahamas ? US'& W.Germany call for
THE DROP-OFF in rou bookings to a day of petroleum prod s'


Treasure Cay and the Bahamas in general is
likely to soon change, the president of Deltec
International Ltd. has predicted.
Mr. Clarence Dauphinot told shareholders at
the annual general meeting in Coral Gables
Monday that although there had been
cancellations in the last several months at
Treasure Cay and in the Bahamas generally,
particularly group h ., king.,. it was his view that
tilis would soon change.
This would happen, he said, as the outside
world becomes aware of the fact that through
BORCO, one of the largest refineries in the
Western Hemisphere, producing 500,000 barrels


NOTICE


IN THE ESTATE OF FELIX NATHANIEL
RUSSELL, late of Bamboo Town, in the
Southern District of the Island of New
Providence, deceased. NOTICE is hereby given
that any persons having any claims or demands
against the above Estate are requested to send
same, duly certified, and those indebted thereto,
to make payment to the undersigned on or
before the 31st. day of January, A.D. 1974.
AND NOTICE is hereby also given that at the
expiration of the time mentioned the Executrix
will proceed to administer the Estate of the
deceased among the persons thereto entitled
having regard only to the claims of which she
shall then have had notice.
Dated the 10th day of January, A.D. 1974.
CHARLES BARNWELL,
Attorney for the Executrix,
P. 0. Box N.4759
Nassau. Bahamas.


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.


supplies of jet fuel for jet and turbojet airplanes
and diesel fuel for boats will be abundantly
Available.
BORCO is a Bahamian company, and
therefore no lack of refueling facilities for jet
airplanes or oil supplies for boats should be
experienced in that country, Mr. Dauphinot
said.
The Deltec president reported that the
energy crisis had not had any significant effects
to date on the company's operations, although
it would be premature to project how the crisis
would influence performance in fiscal 1974.


"I bought my lot now to avoid the rush... San


Andrvs is THE place,


says Arthur Maycock.


Arthur Maycock is just one of the satisfied Nassau residents who has already purchased his San
Andros property from Comsopolitan Realty.
Cosmopolitan's friendly, knowledgeable staff is waiting to give you details you may not have
heard ... details of investment opportunity at San Andros

DID YOU KNOW...
You can get a 2-bedroom villa for S20,000, plus lot? And, your
big Bahamas Village lot will cost you just $45 DOWN and $45
MONTHLY. Up to 14,500 sq. ft! 5


This is the deal you've been waiting for: Enjoy San Andros
recreation now. Sell your prime property for a tidy profit in the
near future.
You deserve the best. And, you get the red carpet treatment from
us.


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PHONE: 5-7477 or 5-7478


'No shows' hurting

Caribbean tourism
A SOARING no-show rate
has hurt U. S. airlines in the
Caribbean, but the over-all
travel picture "is extremely
encouraging" for this year,
according to Eastern Airlines
vice president George Lyall.
Speaking before a group of
Puerto Rican hotel executives,
Lyall disclosed that the
no-show rate is running from
12 to 25 per cent on typical
Eastern flights into Puerto
Rico, and that "some flights
are over 50 per cent." The high
frequency of unfilled
reservations, he added," is
disastrous as far as we're
concerned."
Lyall said that Eastern "has
filed with the C.A.B. (Civil
Aeronautics Board) for
permission to get together with
other airlines to put a penalty
on no-shows." American and
Pan American were the other
two U. S. carriers in the area.
No hard information is
available to explain the upsurge
in no-shows Lyall indicated. He
said, however, that some
travellers are triple-booking, at
times using an assumed name.
Lyall mentioned the use of
the security number on plane
reservations as one method by
which computers could detect
triple booking, even when
aliases are used.
While Eastern Airlines has
cut back about 20 per cent in
the number of seats available
system-wide, in comparison
with 1973, Lyall said that the
airline has maintained seat
availability on the Puerto
Rican service at virtually 1973
levels. The airline operates 49
flights daily out of San Juan.
Last December Eastern took
over full operation of Caribair,
a Puerto Rican owned carrier
Acquisition of Caribair
extended Eastern routes
around much of the Caribbean.
and 2,000 Eastern passengers
daily Lyall added, now pass in
transit through the San Juan
International Airport.
Reporting on recent talks
with tourist officials in several
Caribbean areas, Lyall quoted
Jamaican tourist director
Anthony Abrams as "amazed"
by the no-shows, but
optimistic that there is enough
"elasticity" in this winter's
demand for rooms to make for
a good year.
Barbados tourist director
1Peter Morgan was said to be
"confident the season will be
very strong" despite a recent
hotel workers' strike that
created problems.
Increased fuel costs, Lyall
stressed, have prompted
Eastern to request a five
percent fare increase effective
this month. He also spoke of
a possible surcharge to
offset increased fuel costs, but
declined to speculate on the
amount of the surcharge.
$3.9 m. TREASURY
BILLS TAKEN UP
THE TREASURY Bill
tender of $3.9 million held at
the Bahamas Monetary
Authority Tuesday was
over-subscribed, an Authority
statement said today.
The average rate at which
successful tenderers obtained
Bills was approximately 97.95
per cent equivalent to a
discount rate of approximately
8.72 per cent per annum.


ALGERIAN OIL
HIKED 60 p.c.
ALGERIA has increased the
posted price of its crude oil
from $9.526 to $16.216 a
barrel, the ministry of industry
and energy announced
Thursday.
The ministry said the
increase was ordered
Wednesday by President
Houari Boumedienne and is
effective for all exports starting
last Jan. 1.
The ministry said the
increase followed the price
hike decided by oil producing
countries in December in
Tehran and was set "on the
basis on the new prices now
effective in the (Persian) Gulf
and taking account of the
freight advantages and quality
of the Algerian oil."
The price of Algerian oil was
$3.60 a barrel before increases
began last October.
Burmah to
buy out Signal
A TEMPORARY injunction
blocking the proposed sale of
Signal Co. of Beverley Hills to
Burmah Oil Co. has been lifted,
clearing the way for the 480
million dollar deal to be
completed by the end of the
month.


Arab oil price cut


rom Britain as a way to
,pressure London into joining a


Common Market stand on
Arab oil.


ROME (AP) The United
States and West Germany said
Thursday they may delay
attempts at world monetary
reform until Arab states lower
oil prices. The Arabs called this
approach naive.
Key West European
delegates also responded coolly
to the tough U.S. German
stand.
The split came at a meeting
here of the International
Monetary Fund. But it
foreshadowed difficulties at
the oil crisis meeting President
Nixon had called for
Washington Feb. 11.
Foreign ministers of oil
importing nations have been
invited to Washington then to
work out a common policy for
approaching the Arabs. The
finance ministers of many of
these same nations showed
here that their countries are
still far apart on oil questions.
U.S. Treasury Secretary
George P. Shultz and West
German Finance Minister
Helmut Schmidt took nearly
identical stands on the oil
problem in speeches to the
IMF committee of 20
ministers. The committee is
working out reforms of the
monetary system that finances
world trade.
Fourfold price increases for
Arab oil in recent months are
expected to cost fuel-hungry
industrial nations an extra 60
billion dollars a year, weaken
their economies, depress their
currencies and slow plans for
monetary reform.
Shultz called this situation
"unmanageable." He argued
that it would set oft worldwide
economic problems that would
eventually hurt the Arabs too
by limiting their supplies of
industrial goods and speeding
the search for new energy
sources.
"The oil producing countries
have to :,.c niL'e this simple
fact and cooperate with the
rest of the world," Shultz said
in urging that oil price cuts
should come before monetary
reform,
Delegates said Schmidt's
demands for Arab oil price cuts
were tougher.
One European finance
minister, who asked not to be
named, told newsmen the
Germans were furious over the
attitude of Britain and France
in "going it alone" with the
Arabs.
The Germans have been
pushing within the European
Common Market for a tough
stand by consumer nations,
cooperating to push oil prices
down. The British and France,
however, have tried to set up
their own deals, trading, arms,
technology and other goods for
Arab oil.
The finance minister said
there were moves within the
Common Market to withhold
regional development funds


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THE MASTER TOUCH MISSING E!E


IN THIS SETTING,
delightful wicker and rattan
furniture in a nautral finish
from Italy. The wicker table
has a giass top: the rattan


chairs are in the "Pagoda" The brass and chrome eggs
design. The cane and metal divide into seven individual ash
olanter on the table is a trays. The painting above the
"Crespi" design; the hand table is Laura Hardy, an
carved urns are of pickled pine. English painter who lives in
.. Bath.


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NOTICE


:,,,! .. .,. FRE D ST. GEORGE
S : : s j\ir to the Minister
c 'shiD, for registration
S,. I ,jt. ., that ariv person who
.,., . : . ,it i should not be granted
,, ( : ,i i si, d tatement of the facts
S:. f the I lth day of January
I' / .' : "i. ',',,,t ,, ble ,foi Nationality and
S ',, ', :' i ( 1 [, 1 7. Nxsau.


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NOTICE
.. :, that ANTHIA THERESA
' (' i i Pin eiale Grand Bahama is
,' I ,)!sjbie for Nationality and
S.,*' i'- ,t ii' j citizen of The Bahamas,
/ .ho knows any reason why
'.,id b ijilted should send a written
:" .... *' ', j(.ts within twenty-eight days
', Jj ,, 1974 to The Minister
: : .... (..i z riship, P. 0. Box


NOTICE
i.vt'. that LESLIE STEVLNSCOt4
S o. Avenue, Nassau, Bahamas is
it possible foir Nationality and
S i utizen of The Bahamas,
S. .,o. k i,.)ws aryv reason why
S. jintled should send a written
t', within twenty-eight days
1v 974 to The Minister
ifdl Citizenship P. 0. Box


NOTICE
. qven that KARL LEONARD
v .. Freeport. Grand Bahama is
S' resp' onsible for Nationality and
ti. a utizen of The Bahamas,
S. krO v.. s y eason why
Si t Ibe qirnted should send a written
: .t within twenty-eight days
S" 1 74 to The Minister
S; C itizership P. 0. Box


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NOTICE
l : AL D) LLOYD WISDOM
S ; E jthera. Bahamas is
S' ' le foi Nationality and
S 'tiz/er of The Bahamas,
i eA' : ws any reason why
St should send a written
"'' within twenty-eight days
S ; .v 1974 to The Minister
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NOTICE

S a. t MARY SUSAN BAIN of
S '. :j ri ,applying to the Minister
a id .'>.! y a Citizenship. for registration
r i.iinos, and that any person who
.'.i. i,'t to should not be granted
S -. : -d signed statement of the facts
, i ." i 'lj, tiuom the 18th day of January
tr ,esponsible for Nationality and
0 i,. N/147, Nassau.


NOTICE

NOT it I h't)y given that BARBARA JEAN
SUNDF RLAN i i ) Box N3218 Nassau Bahamas is applying
to the Mn.- tei responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
for iecisttihi as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person wh, inows any reason why registration should not
be gianted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts w.iihi twenty-eight days from the 18th day of
January l')/-4I 1o he Minister responsible for Nationality
and Cii, i .1. P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.


DESIGN

From Page 4
boxes all minor accessorie,-
but whose addition ca.i
transform an ordinary home
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Eating is one of the most
important activities carried out
at home. And the way you lay
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telling signs of a hostess's good
taste. House & Garden sell
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including a variety of stunning
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ends and vases, lamps (both
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in glass, ceramic, chrome
acrylic and wook, with lovely
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sell wicker, rattan and cane
furniture and painted chests
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of antique furniture.


CROSSWORD

PUZZLE
ACROSS
1 Fit 32. Bird of peace
7. Bronze Star 33. Sheep-killing
12. Nail polish parrot
13 Wide open 34. Ghastly
14 Antas 35 Unbranched
15. Records antler
16. There 38 Pipe fitting
17. Pagoda 40 Note of the
ornament scale
19 Bitter vetch 41. Alliance
20 Recede 43. Root
22. Break bread 47. Upright
24 Oleaginous 48 Calm
26 Read a cipher 49. Stubborn
30. Gym shoe 50. Meager


Por time 24 min. AP Newsfo


ALTHOUGH there are some
dedicated purists who get their
main thrills from a well
concerted defence, most of us
look forward chiefly to that
moment at the Bridge table
when we become declarer, And
the moments we look back on
with the greatest satisfaction
are the times when we bring
home a difficult contract
against the odds.
Today's hand looks
reasonably manageable, but the
declarer not only ran into some
bad luck, but also had the
misfortune to miss the
opportunity for the play of a
lifetime. A Belladonna or a
Reese might have forseen the
unusual end position and
taken steps to cope with it.
Our amateur declarer will
know next time, but when can
he expect to hold these same
cards again?
A Q 10 2
J 10 3
K 9 5 2


8754

93


9 8 6 4
6
3 8 t 4
A 8 5 4


K J7 5
A 9 2
A Q 10
J 10 2
At Game-All, the bidding was
short and simple
S W N F
I S 2 11 3 S pass
4 S pass pass pass

West, fearing a shortage ot
Hearts in the dummy, led a
trump to cut down dummy's
ruffing power. South took
stock. Hlie could rely on 4
trump tricks, 3 I)iamonds, the
Ace of Hearts, and a Club ruff
in dummy, making a total of Q.
The tenth trick could arise
from a lucky 3-3 Diamond
split, or, failing that, he could
strip the hand and throw West
in to lead away from his
Hearts, to give away a ruff and
discard, or an extra Heart trick,
providing the trumps were split
3-2. of course.
So much for the plan,
thought South: now tor the
execution. He took the first
lead with dummy's Ace of
Spades, then led a Club East
jumped in with the Ace, and
led back another trunip to
dummy's Queen. Now came








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another Club, which this time
was taken by West.
West, of course, would have
liked to lead another trump,
but he had no more. The sight
of the Jack, 10, 3 of Hearts in
dummy deterred him from
splitting his King-Queen Hearts
combination, and instead he
got off lead with the King of
Clubs, figuring correctly that
South had a third Club. and was
going to ruff it no matter what
West did.
South ruffed the Club in
dummy, and decided that this
was the moment to draw the
remaining trumps. His King
and Jack disposed of East's last
two trumps, and he then
played his Ace and Queen of
Diamonds. When he followed
with the 10, however West
showed out, and he had to take
the trick with dummy's King.
Another hope gone, along with
the previous hope of finding a
3-2 trump distribution.
All was far from lost, for
south was a resourceful
declarer. The hoped-for rufl
and discard situation had to be
consigned to the past, because
neither declarer nor dummv
had any trumps left. But West
must surely have the King and
Queen of Hearts for his
overcall, and if he were thrown
in with a Heart honour, he
would have to lead away from
the other honour.
As it happened, the
f'. ll. in!g cards were left:
none
J 10
9
none


none
KQ s
none
none


none
6


none
A 9 2
none
none
The lead was in dummy, the
King of Diamonds being the
last winner. According to plan
No. 3. declarer now led the
Jack of Hearts, having lost just
two tricks already, and bcmng
prepared to lose another to
West in order to get the


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fl


hoped-for Heart return. When
East produced the 6 of Hearts,
South also played low, and
West took the trick with his
Queen.
West gave the matter some
deep thought. And eventually
he led back not the expected
King of Hearts to kill dummy's

10, but the 8 of Hearts. Now
declarer was in a dilemma. If
he let dummy win the trick.
the following trick would be
lost to East's master Diamond.
If on the other hand declarer
overtook the 10 with his Ace.
his 9 would be beaten by
West's King. In spite of all his
careful manoeuvering, there
was no way he could win those
last two tricks'.
Is there any way he could
have foreseen the ending? The
perceptive reader will have
noticed that South could have
prevented himself falling into
his own pit by a piece of
far-sighted unblocking earlier
in the hand. When he drew
East's last trump, and had to
make a discard from dummy,
he could have thrown the 10 or
Jack of Hearts, and kept the 3.
Then, in the 3-card ending
shown above, he would have
made his last two tricks with
the Ace and 9 of Hearts, ,,o
matter what West did.
But it would take a
Belladonna or a Reese to see
that far ahead, and declarer
was no top ranking master. But
he learned a valuable lesson
from the hand, as indeed we all
can.
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NOTICE

IN THE ESTATE OF James Welsby Nuthall late of
the Island of New Providence one of the
Bahama Islands deceased.

ALL persons having claims against the above
Estate are required to send the same duly certified
in writing to the undersigned on or before the
22nd day of February A.D. 1974 after which date
the Executrix will proceed to distribute the assets
having regard only to the claims of which she shall
then have had notice.

AND ALL persons indebted to the said Estate
are requested to make full settlement on or before
the date hereinbefore mentioned.

Dated this Fourteenth day of January A.D.
1974.


CLARKE. ALBURY & CO.
Attorneys for the Executrix.
P.O. Box N 1699.
308 Bay Street,
Nassau, Bahamas.


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Friday, January 18, 1974


Youth, 17, gets 2 years


for shopbreaking,stealing


SBAHAMAS GAS
A DIVISION OF
SHELL BAHAMAS LIMITED

Announce that, in order to effect economies
in operating costs, they will no longer be open
for business on Saturday mornings, starting
on Saturday 26th January.


jointly with Mau
PINK ^YOUTHS 0
PUSSYCAT CLUB SPOT IN
(at Marion House on Delancy St.)
same management. same famous steaks SPEECH
'til midnight .... &
sizzling bacon & eggs til 3 a.m. CONTEST
Marcel & his pussyfoot five A variety of acti
swinging til very very late. ..... been lined up f
Health Week, Jant
CLOSED MONDAYS 26.alth Wek
Tel: 22325 One of the highligl
programme will hi


TONI'S DEPARTMENT STORE


END OF SEASON



sale

_ Pant Blouses Dresses

_ Suits Slacks



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We're next door to Kelly's Bakery
on Mkt. Street e #Bay Phone 24161




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Wanted for Accounts Office,
An experienced clerk (Female) for Purchase
Ledger and Stock Control duties.

Pleasant working conditions

Salary Negotiable


Apply in writing to:
Comptroller
The Tribune
P. 0. Box N-3207
Nassau


rice Mosw

SEEK


vities has
or Mental
wary 20 to
hts of the
O the finals


of the oratorical contest (in
the seventeen and over age
group) on the subject: "The
Problems of Young People
in a Young Nation and How
to Meet Them" on Saturday,
Jan 26 from 8 p.m. to 10
p.m. at Government High
School auditorium.
This week contestants are
vying for a place in the
finals.
Tuesday night at Government
High School four
contestants competed for a
place in the finals with
Rudolph Cleare of St.
Augustine's College being
placed first.
Yesterday afternoon at 3 p.m.
there was another run-off at
the C. I. Gibson School.
Throughout the week there
will be a mobile van
exhibition visiting various
parts of New Providence, a
drive for toys by various
youth organizations for the
use of the underprivileged
children in the playgroups
sponsored by the Bahamas
Mental Health Association
and Nassau newspapers ll
feature articles on various
aspects of youth in our
society, a BMHA
spokeswoman said.


but changed his plea to guilty
when court opened this
morning. The two men were


id


RUDOLPH CLEAR of St.
'Augustine's College, who
placed first In the run-off for
the finals of the BMHA
oratorical contest Tuesday .at
Government High School. *












KAREN EVANS of A. F.
Adderley High.


JOHN STUBBS, 17, of
Governors Harbour, Eleuthera
was sentenced to two years in
prison Thursday by Chief
Justice Leonard Knowles after
pleading guilty to charges of
shopbreaking and stealing.
Stubbs was formerly charged
ILA.-. --I - &A -


accused of breaking into the
Eleuthera Supply Store at
Governor's Harbour on July 5,
last year.
Solicitor General T.
Langton Hilton told the court
that Stubbs was caught coming
out of the store through a
window after p.c. William
Albury had noticed that
somebody was inside the
building.
The store was located just
opposite the Governor's
Harbour police station, he said,
and while the officer was
approaching it, Moss, who had
been talking with the
policeman, attempted to signal
to Stubbs by whistling.
Stubbs was caught with a
box containing groceries taken
from inside the store and
. admitted to police that he was
'sent into the building by Moss.
The trial into a charge of
shopbreaking against Moss
c continues to be heard before
Chief Justice Knowles. Heading
the jury is Mr. P. Anthony
White.
Police constable 853 Albury,
testifying during the trial this
morning said that it was after
Moss had come to the. police
station that he noticed
somebody was inside the store.
Moss, p.c. Albury said. had
asked him for 50 cents which
he did not have and remained
in the police station talking. He
said Moss whistled twice as he
approached the store, It
sounded as though he was
signalling somebody, he said.


MISS VERONICA
Cartwright, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Alonzo Cartwright,
and Mr. Ernest Bassett, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Copeland Bassett,
were married on Saturday,
January 5 at St. George's
Church, Montrose Avenue.
The reception which
followed was held at the home
of the bride's aunt in College


Gardens off Prince Charles
Avenue.
The couple spent their
honeymoon in Freenort.


Nruw aHMuwilNG! 7 & 10:

PATGARRETT

BILLYTHEKID
AND 9:05
.m 4a


BERNICE PINDER of
High School.


In order to retain ownership the general
Public is advised that the Union Wharf
and Development Limited driveway
from Bay Street to Union Dock
will be closed from Saturday, January
19th to Monday, January 21st, 1974.


Govt.


U U I~I


REAK


THE ..-


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WITH


THE GIN IN THE

FROSTED BOTTLE


A FUND to aid Lucy Lloyd,
who was severely injured in the
eyes by two gunmen during a
hold-up of the Thompson
Boulevard Ann's Paradise Club,
has been opened by friends at
the Robinson Road Finco
Franch.
Miss Lloyd, presently
hospitalized with serious
injuries to her eyes q'as the
manageress of the club, held up
at 11:30 p.m. Saturday by the
two gunmen who fired off a
shot before they made their
get-away with a considerable
amount of cash stolen from the
cash register.
She sustained the injuries
when pellets, ricocheting off
the walls, struck her in the
face.
A co-worker at the club,
relating the sequence of the
incident said that Miss Lloyd
was sitting at a table inside the
club while a waitress was
serving a customer.
"I heard when the cash


register rang and asked Lucy if
Mr. Smith had come in. She
gave me the eyes, indicating
that something was going on.
"I looked and saw a short
man with a green cap pulled
down over his face with a gun"
she said. The gunman was
standing near the customer
while his assistant was taking
the money from the cash
register.
"After taking the money,
the man ran out the door
leaving the other behind with
the gun. When he was leaving,
he fired the shotgun and I saw
when Lucy fell down and.
screamed.
I have worked with Lucy for
four years. She is too sweet a
person for something like that
to happen to. She never said or
did anything to the gunmen,"
the co-worker said.
Police on Saturday started a
hunt to locate the two gunmen
but so far, no arrests have been
made. The hold-up was one of
six armed robberies taking
place over last week end.
Auctioneer Kirk Hinsey, in
announcing the fund today,
said that all persons wishing to
make donations may do so by
sending them to the Robinson
Road Finco Branch or, through
contacting its manager, Mr. Jim
Duncombe at telephone
number 5-5423/4.

Crime report
A JEWELLERY store breaAin
and a purse-snatching incident
were both reported to C.I.D.
authorities who are trying to
apprehend the persons
involved.
Police said that a thief who
hurled a stone through the
display window of Godet's
Jewellery Store on Bay Street
around 6:40 a.m. Thursday got
away with a gold bracelet
valued at $150.
Reports also stated that
37-year-old Leroy Hall was
arrested by a police officer
while attempting to break into
the Bethell's Liquor Store on
Mackey Street sometime
Thursday night.
A visitor, walking along West
Bay Street around 8:40 p.m.
Tuesday had her purse stolen
containing $10 cash. Police
said that the purse was
snatched by a young boy who
ran away following the
incident.



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Sunday matinee 3:00 & 4:55, evening 8:30 21005
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Matinee starts at 2:30
"CAPT. APACHE" PG. Continuous Showings
Lee Van Cleef, Carroll Baker from 3:00
plus "RIDE IN THE
"ASTRO ZOMBIES" G.IN THE
AIJ Star Cast WHIRLWIND" G.
-Jack Nicholson,
StartsSaturday Night 8:30 a ichl
Sunday mat. starts at 2:15 Cameron Mitchell
Evening 8:30 plus
"THE STONE KILLER" R. "THE MIGHTY
Charles Bronson, CRUSADERS" G.
Martin Balsam i
plus All Star Cast
"HAMMER" R.
Fred Williamson, Plus late feature
Vonetta Mc Gee Saturday night.
No one under 17 admitted.


SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY
Matinee starts at 2:00
"HERCULES & THE CAPTIVE WOMEN"
starring
Reg Park, Fay Spain
PLUS
"A FEW BULLETS MORE"
NOW SHOWING
:xcept Saturday matinee, evening 8:30'-'Phone 34666
1 Sunday continuous from 5 p.m.
mX TIMES TOUGHER THAN 'SHAFT'!




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I KILL OR M KILLED
PARENTAL DISCRETION ADVISED.


Bassett-Cartwright wed


Fund opened to aid


woman shot in eyes


Distributed in the Bahamas by Bethell-Robertson & Co. Ltd.


ST. JOHN'S

CHOIR TO

PERFORM
THE INTERNATIONAL
award-winning St. John's
University Men's Chorus is to
pay a return visit to Nassau
later this month to aid the St.
Au gustine's College
Development Fund.
The 40-man choir will
i perform at 8:30 p.m. January
28 in the Sheraton-Brita,n
Colonial Hotel's Governor's
Hall. The appearance will be
under the patronage of
Governor-General Sir Milo
Butler. Prime Minister L. 0.
Pindling and U.S. Ambassador
Ronald Spiers.
The choir last appeared in
the Bahamas in January, 1968
when it delighted a capacity
crowd in the Crown Ballroom
at the Paradise Island Hotel.
The choir's selections in the
Governor's Hall will range from
16th and 17th Century motets
(sacred music, madrigals and
classical works) to
contemporary pieces.
Tickets for the performance
are on sale at St. Augustine's,
Del Jane and the International
House of Music.


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Friday, January 18, 1974


CLASSIFIED


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C13174
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evenings 41197

013261
ONE HOUSE, enclosed
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bedrooms 2 baths, furnished,
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NASSAU AND FAMILY
ISLANDS SUCH AS GRAND
BAHAMA LONG ISLAND,
ELEUTHERA, ABACO.
45 ACRE CAY IN THE
EXUMAS WITH DEEP
WATER HARBOUR AND
;MORE
CALL
DAVSON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENCY
Phone 21178 o0 80932 21178
P. 0. Box N-4648
SNmu, Bahamas


C 13240
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell on
behalf of Nassau Bank and
Trust Co. Ltd. at tHe Parking
Lot of Nassau Bank House,
2nd Terrace West Centreville
on the 2nd day of February
1974 at 12 noon the following
property:
ALL THAT parcel of land
situate in the Southern
District of the aforesaid
Island of New Providence
comprising Lot No. 39 in
Block No. 29 and a portion
of Lot No. 38 in the said
Block No. 29 on a plan of
the Subdivision called and
known as "Englerston."
Mortgage dated 24th
September 1966..Michael
Charles Thompson and
Genevieve Thompson to
International Bank and Trust
(Nassau) Limited. Vol. 1039
pages 425 to 431.
This sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right of the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated this 10th day of January
A.D. 1974.
KIRK S. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer


C13246
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell on
behalf of Nassau Bank and
Trust Co. Ltd. at the Parking
Lot of Nassau Bank House,
2nd Terrace West Centreville
on the 2nd day of February
1974 at 12 noon the following
property:
ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land situate in Section
Two of the Subdivision
called and known as Sea
Breeze Estates in the Eastern
District of the Island of New
Providence having the
Number Six in Block
Number Two in the plan of
thes aid Subdivision.
Mortgage dated 4th January
1973. Gen-Roy Investment
Limited to Nassau Bank and
Trust Company Limited. Vol.
2039 pages 428 to 441.
This sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right of the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated this 10th day of January
A.D. 1974.
KIRK S. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer
C13244
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell on
behalf of Nassau Bank and
Trust Co. Ltd. at the Parking
Lot of Nassau Bank House,
2nd Terrace West Centreville
on the 2nd day of February
1974 at 12 noon the following
property:
ALL THAT piece parcel
or lot of land situate in the
Eastern District of the said
Island of New Providence
comprising Lot No. 21 of
Block No. 2 of the
Subdivision known as
"Eastville ".
Mortgage dated 30th
November 1966. Wilfred Smith
to International Bank and
Trust (Nassau) Limited. Vol.
1082 pages 120 to 126.
This sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right of the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated this 10th day of January
A.D. 1974.
KIRK S. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer.
C13239
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell on
behalf of Nassau Bank and
Trust Co. Ltd. at the Parking
Lot of Nassau Bank House,
2nd Terrace West Centreville
on the 2nd day of February
1974 at 12 noon the following
property:
ALL THAT piece parcel or lot
of land being a part of a lot
of land situate to the East of
Mackey Street South in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence bounded
on the SOUTH by a
Reservation for a Road 8
feet wide leading East from
Mackey Street South and
running thereon 100 feet on
the WEST by land the
property of Blanche
Mortimer and running
thereon 46 feet on the
NORTH by land the
property of the Estate of the
late Joseph O'Nopre
Johnson and running
thereon 100 feet and on the
EAST by land the property
of Albert Thomas Clarke
and running thereon 46 feet.
Mortgage dated 28th April
1965. Sherwin Laroda to
National Bank of the Bahamas
Limited. Vol. 866 pages 193 to
197.
This sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right of the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated this 19th day of January
A.D. 1974.
KI-.: S HINSEY
Public, tioneer


C13258
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell at
the parking lot east of the
Harbour Moon Hotel, Bay
Street, on the 9th day of
February 1974 at 12 noon the
following property:-
ALL THAT piece parcel
or lot of land situate in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence aforesaid
being Lot Number Twelve
(12) in the plan of the
subdivision called and
known as "Feltondale" filed
at the registered office of
Felton Investments Limited
( a company incorporated in
and under the laws of the
Commonwealth aforesaid
and carrying on business
within the said
Commonwealth) and being
bounded on the NORTH by
land the property of the
Estate of S. B. Butler and
running thereon Fifty (50)
feet on the EAST by Lot
Number Eleven (11) and
running thereon One
Hundred (100) feet on the
SOUTH by a Road
Reservation Forty (40) feet
wide and running thereon
Fifty three and
Seventy-three hundredths
(53.73) feet and on the
WEST by Lot Number
Thirteen (13) and running
thereon One Hundred and
Eighteen and Sixty-two
hundredths (118-62) feet.
Mortgage dated 3rd day of
February 1970 James A.
Bethell to Bank of New
Providence Ltd. Recorded in
Vol. 1549 pages 325 to 336.
This sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right of the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Term 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated this 7th day of January
A.D. 1974.
KIRK S. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer.
C13243
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell on
behalf of Nassau Bank and
Trust Co. Ltd. at the Parking
Lot of Nassau Bank House,
2nd Terrace West Centreville
on the 2nd day of February
1974 at 12 noon the following
property:
ALL THAT piece parcel
or lot of land being a part of
Lot No. 124, a part of Lot
No. 135 and a part of Lot
No. 136 in the Highbury
Park Estates.
Mortgage dated 14th June
1966. Wayne W. Allen to
National Bank of the Bahamans
Limited. Recorded in Vol.
1004 pages 502 to 508.
This sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right of the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated this 10th day of January
A.D. 1974. KIRKS, HINSEY
Public Auctioneer
C13241
KIRK S. HNSEY will sell on
behalf of Nassau Bank and
Trust Co. Ltd. at the Parking
Lot of Nassau Bank House,
2nd Terrace West Centreville
on the 2nd day of February
1974 at 12 noon the following
property:
1. ALL THAT piece parcel
or lot of land situate in the
Western District in the
Island of New Providence
and bounded on the SOUTH
by Infant View Road and
running thereon 50 feet on
the WEST by land the
property of James
Armstrong and running
thereon 211 feet on the
NORTH by a Road
Reservation and running
thereon 50 feet and on the
EAST 211 feet.
2. ALL THAT piece or
parcel of land being part of a
lot of land situate in the
Western District of the
Island of New Providence
which said piece or parcel of
land is bounded on the
NORTH by property of
James Armstrong and
running thereon 52.67 feet
on the EAST by a 10 foot
Right of Way and running
thereon 105.09 feet and on
the WEST by land now or
formerly the property of
Carl A. Nottage and running
thereon 109 feet.


Mortgage dated 2nd April
1965. Charles Farrington to
National Bank of the Bahamas
Limited. Vol. 866 pages 208 to
212.
This sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right of the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated this 10th day of January
A.D. 1974. KIRKS. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer
C13242
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell on
behalf of Nassau Bank and
Trust Co. Ltd. at the Parking
Lot of Nassau Bank House,
2nd Terracev West Centreville
on the 2nd day of February
1974 at 12 noon the following
property:


ALL THAT lot of land
situate in th, S. uthern
District of the ls.J rof New
Providence and 1, ,dod on
the NORTH bv a Road
Reservation ao .l I inning
thereon 40 feet East
by land the I y of
Fvelyn Albuy .. inning
thereon 70 f. the
South by land r, upied
by Margaret b. and
running theeon r ) feet
and on the West b' Id the
property of T.S. Glo- and
inning thereon 73 '.

Mortgage dated 16th
September 1963. Rose Storr to
National Bank of the Bahamas
Limited. Recorded in Vol. 648
pages 601 to 605.
This sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right of the
Auctioneer o0 any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated this 10th day of January
A.D. 1974
KIRKS. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer

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

CARS FOR SALE
C13216
1971 PONTIAC VENTURA
sports model. Vinyl sliding
s u n r o o f R a d i ,
airconditioned, power steering,
power brakes. Excellent
condition. Low mileage.
B$2950.00. Phone 4-2014
after 6 p.m.


C13038.
BLACK
CAPRICE
condition L.
58134.


CHE VROLE:
in excellent
J. Knowles, Tel:


C13211
NEW PROVIDENCE
LEASING LIMITED have the
following used cars on hand for
sale. You, will see we have
slashed o'ir down-payments to
the minimum. Immediate hire
purchase facilities und
comprehensive insurance cover
available when you bu,'. Lot
location Gibbs C')i nor
opposite Super Wash telephone
Nos. 24801 or 24804
1970 PLYMOUTH
BARRACUDA Green with
Black Vinyl Roof Licence
No. NP.R. 774 Price $2.950.00
Down payment &750.00
1970 CHEVY PICKUP 34
ton Price $2.750.00 Down
payment $700.00
1970 FORD MUSTANG Price
$2,150.00 Down payment
$600.00
1969 VOLKSWAGEN 1300
Price $1,200.00 Down payment
$350.
1971 DODGE AVENGER
Tan Licence No. N.7613
Price $1,800.00 Down
payment $400.00
1971 FORD MAVERICK -
Blue with Stripe NP.K. 792
Price $2,650.00 Down
payment $650.00
1971 DODGE AVENGER
Orange Licence No. NP.R.
371 Price $1,800.00 Down
payment $500.00
1970 OLDSMOBILE
CUTLASS White with
Brown Stripe Licence No.
N.2716 Price $2,950.00
Down payment $850.00
1971 FORD CORTINA -
Light Blue -- Licence No.
NP.K. 950 Price $2,650.00
Down payment $800.00
1970 CHEVROLET IMPALA
Green Licence No. NP.C.
967 Price $2,750.00 Down
payment $750.00
1969 MORRIS 1100 Red -
Lience No. NP.X. 249 Price
$1,150.00 Down payment
$300.00
1972 HILLMAN SINGER S/W
- Green Licence No. NP.D.
840 Price $2,200.00 Down
payment $600.00
1970 PLYMOUTH DUSTER
White with Black Top Licence
No. NP.A. 762 Price $2,700.00
Down payment $650.00
1970 VOLKSWAGEN S/W -
Dark Blue Licence No. NP.W.
336 Price $1,350.00 Down
payment $400.00
1970 FORD TORINO No
Front Grille, Fair Shape
Yellow Price $1,650.00 Down
payment $600.00
1970 FORD CAPRI Light
Blue Licence No. NP.E. 996
Price $1,500.00 Down
payment $500.00
SPECIALS
1971 AUSTIN 1300 -Yellow
& Black Licence No. NP.K.
683 Cash $600.00
1971 DODGE AVENGER Blue
NP.K. 966 Cash $700.00
1970 RAMBLER HORNET -
White Licence No. NP.S. 853
Cash $650.00
1967 CADILLAC 7
Passenger Price $2,450.00
Down-Payment $900.00


C13256
FED-UP WITH GAS
DRINKERS? Economical '71
Avenger with new automatic
transmission only $1195. Call
3-1397 after 5:30 or weekend.

C 13226
GOOD BUY! EASY ON GAS!
Clean, good running condition,
1964 Dodge Dart 4 Dr. $950.
Phone 5-4380

C 13200
BEAUTIFULLY Maintained
1969 Chevrolet Impala,
automatic, radio, power
steering, power brakes, power
windows, for quick sale. Phone
9 a.m. 5 p.m. 24668, 5 p.m.
8 p.m. 51928.

C13227
1969 DODGE DART-Power
steering. Airconditioned, 6
cylinder engine, new paint
$1,400. Phone TEXACO
SEASIDE SERVICE STATION
31230
C13267
1972 CHEVY MALIBU 4
door, white, airconditioning 11
months old, one owner,
excellent condition. $4,000.
Call 2-2209 or 58518 a.m. to 5
p.m.

C13265
1968 BLUE CUTLASS
OLDSMOBIFLE. Good
condition, airconditioned. Call
31251 after 5.
C13263
1959 ROLLS ROYCE
$8.000.00
1970 TRIUMPH SPITFIRE
$1,500.00
Phone 7-4295.



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

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

C 13044
FURNISHED AND
AIRCONDITIONED 1. one
bedroom apartment and 1
efficiency. Contract Don
Pritchard at 5-8679.
C13199
TWO Bedroom Apartment,
unfurnished, Mackey Street
South, water included. Also,
Store, same location, ideal for
business or office. Phone
2-8086.

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

C13252
1 2 BEDROOM unfurnished
duplex apartment. McKinney
Avenue Stapledon Gardens.
See proprietor on premises
$180.
C13268
TWO BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment.
One bedroom unfurnished
apartment. Nice location
Shirley Heights. Phone Carey
53471.
C13271
FURNISHED colonial style
two bath residence secluded
country estate. Available
immediately. $300 per month.
Acre flowers, fruit, children's
pool, unlimited private fresh
water supply, laundry machine,
television, overlooks western
suburbs, convenient drive
beaches, golf, shopping,
schools. Winter lease
considered. Phone owner
5-7224 after five.

FOR SALE
C13220
Quantity of crockery and
cutlery suitable for restaurant
use. Reasonably priced. Phone
32233.
C13202
BONNEVILLE Triumph 650.
Chopper. Phone 31151


between 5 and 6 p.m.
C13255
SYLVANIA 12" T.V. Phone
53465

C13235
FOUR burner gas stove -
$80.00, Call 28885 or 31790.
C13229
WURLITZER Piano. Like new.
$825 O.N.O. Phone 24874 9
a.m.-1 p.m.

C13269
ONE Stainless Steel
Commercial Refrigerator -in
working order, approximately
36 cubic feet. Call Nassau
Yacht Club, 3-1566.

C 13254
1969 OLDSMOBILE 442.
Excellent condition. $3,000.
MINI FRIDGE brand new.
200.
5905.


C 13065
PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.

C11894
1969 31ft. CHRIS CRAFT
Commander. Sleeps six, private
shower, two 230 h.p. engines
with less than 200 hours,
kitchenette, good condition.
Call 24267, 54011.

C13257
PLAN AHEAD! Ideal warm
weather off-shore picnics.
fishing, skiing. Boston Whaler,
40 horse Johnson, like new
condition with trailer, 2 tanks,
cushions, anchor. Call 3-1397
after 5:30 or weekend.

C13253
BERTRAM 25 Volvo 130 HP
1/0 350 hours on engines
$7,000. Ring 41400 evenings
24831 Ext. 134 day or see 1st
Canal Coral Harbour this
weekend.
C13231
1967 CUSTOM BUILT
Fibreglass Cruiser, L.O.A. 39'
BEAM 13'10" DRAFT 3'6".
Powered with Twin 295 H.P.
Chryslers 4 K.W. ONAN. Gas -
400 gallons Water 300
gallons. Extra Equipment:
Water heater, 4.5 C.F. Ice Box,
Air Conditioning forward, 8
track tape player, transom
door, dinghy and davits,
swimming platform, 3-burner
gas stove with oven, 110 Volt
to 12 Volt Refrigerator, 110
Volt Deep Freeze and many
more extras. PRICE $35,000.
CALL 4-1229.

C13259
16 FOOT Nova Scotia boat,
complete with motor, steering
wheel and trailer. Telephone:
41613 after 6 p.m.

CARD OF THANKS
C13266
THE family of Mrs. Evelyn
Phillips thank friends for their
expressions of sympathy in
their recent bereavement.

IN MEMORIAL
C13273














In sad and loving memory of
my dear beloved, Son, Michael
Blanco Mackey, who departed
this life the 18th January,
1967.
Yea, though I walk through the
valley of the shadow of death,
I will fear no evil. For thou art
with me, they rod and thy staff
they comfort me.
Sadly missed by his mother
and family
May he rest in peace,
Hazel Mackey, Mother.

- PETS FOR SALE
C13225
GOOD HOME wanted for one
female purebred Germani
Shepherd puppy. 12 weeks old.
All shots. Excellent pet for
guard dog. Owner has both
parents available for viewing.
$150.00 Call 4-1137.
C13278
PUREBRED German Shepherd
puppies, wormed, $100.00.
Phone 52509 after 5. p.m.

BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES I
C6603
WELL established beauty salon
with good following located in
high traffic area looking for
buyer at sacrifice price.
For further particulars write
to: Adv. No. C-6603, c/o The
Tribune, P. O. Box N-3207,
Nassau, Bahamas.

SCHOOLS
C13039
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 and
8:30 a.m. or after 6 p.m. or
35084 anytime.


C13217
THEATRE WORKSHOP
Classes begin again for ADULT
WORKSHOP Tuesday 15th
and Friday 18th January at
Villa Doyle 8.30 p.m. Details:
34771 4 p.m. 7 p.m.


C13218
JUNIOR THEATRE
WORKSHOP
Classes begin again for 8-14
year olds. Tuesday 15th and
Thursday 17th January 4.00
p.m. Villa Doyle. Details-
34771 4 p.m. 7p.m.



C13129
TO ALL FUTURE
BRIDES-TO-BE: Need some
help with your wedding plans
- For detailed assistance.
Phone 31673 evenings and
Saturday.


C1z32i
THIS is to inform the public
and business houses that Miss
Marva Moxey is no longer
employed by Business Systems
Limited and no further
transactions to be processed by
her on behalf of this company.

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

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

C13232
FIRST NATIONAL
CITY BANK
P.O. Box N-1576
THOMPSON BLVD..
OAKES FIELD
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
Requires the following:
(A) PLATFORM
SECRETARIAL ASSISTANT
Applicant should have a good
educational background,
typing and shorthand skills.
The ability to respond to
Tourist inquiries/needs and
meeting the general public is
important.
(B) SENIOR CLERK-
CREDIT DEPARTMENT
Applicants should have a basic
background in accounting in
addition to filing, controls,
documentation and internal
report preparation.
Interested persons should
submit resumes to P. 0. Box
N-8158 or by telephoning
2-4240.




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C13270
WANTED Farm Labourer to
live on farm. Telephone 55085.
C13237
INTERIOR DECORATOR
required with 3 to 5 years
experience. Salary and/or
commission to be negotiated.
Apply in writing to Business
Systems Limited, P. 0. Box
N-4841, Nassau, Bahamians or
Belonqers need only apply.

C13215
THE CHASE MANHATTAN
BANK require a Credit Analyst
with good accounting
background, and at least six
months experience. Qualified
persons may contact our
Personnel Officer at telephone
28792, to arrange an interview.


TRADE SERVICES

C 13045




Mackey Street
'. -, "'-. i. !t Avenrit,e
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P.O. Box N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
HLAVY -UTY TRUCKING
FORIRK LiFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERViCE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796
2-3797, 2.3798
Airport 7-7434,
FREE ESTIMATES.





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ANTENNAS

Island TV 2-2618

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

BUILDERS
Richard's Construction5-7080

CAMERAS
John Bull '-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
ontrose Avenue 2-4259


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2 in hrnrui


John S.George 2-8421/6

LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING
New Oriental Laundry 24406

LOCKSMITH
Bahamas Lock & Key
2-4591 ext.C147

MEN'S & BOYS' NEAF
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
Wlng's Rubber Stamp
Co. 5-4506

SPORTS GOODS
Champion Sport Land 2.1862


TRAVEL
Playtours 2-2931/7
R. H.Curry & Co., 24681/7

TRUCKING SERVICE
Gonzalez Trucking
3-1562/2-4726

WATER CONDITIONING
Bah. Water Refining 3-4351
Miracle Water 3-4351


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WRECKER SERVICE
Gibson Wrecker Service2-8896


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C TR ADE SERVICES TRADE SERVICES P WANTED HELP WANTED
C 13062
T.V. ANTENNAS C13197 C6606 C6615
Boosters for homes, WINDOW AND DOOR STOREROOM MANAGER: EMERALDS OF COLOMBIA
apartments and hotels SPECIALISTS Must be able to do food FREEPORT REQUIRES
SALES AND SERVICES We repair Sliding Glass purchasing for 500-room E X P E R I E N C E D
all b5-9404 Doors, all types of screens, Hotel. Should be extremely GEMOLO GI ST AND
WORLD OF MUSIC awning windows, jalousie knowledgeable of cost factors JEWELLER. MUST HAVE
Mackey Street next to Frank's windows and .doors. Phone and qualified with different MINIMUM OF FIVE YEARS
Mackey Street next to Franks 54460 night or day. grades of meat. 3-5 years E X P ER I EN CE WITH E
Place -experience in storeroom SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON
management. Should have the EMERALDS.
C13144 C13159 ability to work on won and PHONE BAIN LOTHIAN
6AHAMAS ANTENNA FOR ALL your Gardening know when and how to order. 352-5464 OR WRITE P. 0.
SYSTEMS needs, trimming, hedging, Police and health certificate BOX F-349.
Phone 23371 51772 pruning, beach cleaning, for and letters of reference
T.V. installations starting jt prompt reasonable and required. C6614
$145.00. efficient service. Call 5-7810. CREDIT AND COLLECTION RESIDENT MANAGER:


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


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.

HELP WANTED
C6616
(3) LINESMAN/GROUNDS-
MAN/CLEANERS Must
clean and weed outdoor areas
and indoor including
washroomrns and toilets. Handles
ships lines in docking and
casting off. Must be available
for night calls.
ENGINEMAN Applicant
assist in the overhauling and
repairs of engines. Should have
had practical experience
working with diesel engines in
a power station or on ships.
CONTROL ROOM
OPERATOR Applicant will
be responsible for the
monitoring and corntol of all
equipment for the central
control room. Individual also
responsible for control and
operation of the electrical
panels including thos- feeding
the 69KV transmission system.
Rotating shift position. Must
know operation of all
equipment and must have
previous training and
experience including work as
equipment operator in a high
pressure power plant or
comparable steam ship,
evidenced by certificates of a
recognized institute.
EQUIPMENT OPERATOR
Would be required to work
shift hours and is directly
responsible to the shift
engineer on duty for proper
operation of the power plant
auxiliaries. Applicant should
hold a recognized station
engineers' certificate or
equivalent with at least three
years experience in the
operation of boiler equipment,
water treatment equipment.
etc.
ASSISTANT PORT
DIRECTOR Requires
experience and capability to
take full charge of costing and
billing in Harbour Operation.
Must know stevedoring,
handling, storage and harbour
charge practices in line with
Marine Accounting When
required must assist in berthing
and unberthing operations and
in Harbour administration
functions.
TECHNICIAN (MECHANI-
CAL MAINTENANCE) -
Assists the Supervisor
(Mechanical Maintenance) with
overhaul and repairs to the
various pieces of Steam Plant
equipment in accordance with
factory instructions and
specifications. At least five
years previous maintenance
practice and experience is
required. Able to install and
align equipment and familiar
with tolerances and fittings.
Must hold certificates for
pressure and alloy welding for
fittings, etc. on boilers and
steam lines.
F-OREMAN (MECHANICAL
MAINTENANCE) Applicant
should be able to overhaul
equipment in accordance with
instructions, assisted by skilled
or semi-skilled craftsman while
requiring a minimum of
supervision. Individual should
possess experience and
capabilities in various
equipment overhaul which
require precision machine lathe
work, etc.
SHIFT ENGINEER


Applicant is directly in charge
of an operating crew and
responsible for operation of all
equipment related to the
production of electric power.
Individual must be fully
conversant with power plant
equipment and it is essential
that previous training and
experience include working as
equipment operator and
control room operator in a
high pressure power plant for


HELP WANTED

several years or on steam ships
of comparable operating
condiLions. Individual reports
directly to Superintendent or
Assistant Superintendent.
INSPECTOR A pipeline
inspector with 5-10 years
experience is required for
water distribution and
collection systems presently
under construction. The
applicant must be capable of
ensuring that the contractor
fulfills his obligations in
accordance with the contract
drawings and specifications
with respect to trench depth,
workmanship and backfill. He
must also have knowledge of
pressure tests and sterilization
of water mains.
SERVICE STATION
SUPERVISOR Must be
qualified to instruct and train
pump attendants, to assist in
receiving cash and recording
sales, to assist in taking
inventories, to receive and keep
track of accessories brought for
repair and to work as necessary
in station forecourt.
WAREHOUSEMAN
(PETROLEUM & VEHICLE
ITEMS) Receives, unloads,
stores and dispenses lubricating
oils and grease. Must maintain
inventory records of petroleum
products and tires, batteries,
accessories. Responsible for
maintaining cleanliness of
warehouse.Apply to: Personnel
Department, Grand Bahama
Port Authority Limited, P. 0.
Box F-2666 or 30C Kipling
Building, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C6604
TRAINEES REQUIRED
The Bahamas Oil Refining
Company is seeking applicants
for its operator training
programme in SHIPPING
DEPARTMENT.
Successful applicants will be
trained in all areas related to
the safe and efficient operation
of the Jetty Platforms. The
work involves handling various
types of foreign sea going
vessels, meeting and working
with people of many
nationalities, handling imports
and exports of crude oil,
refined products and related
documentation.
Applicants must have
completed Hith School and
possess a minimum
qualification of High School
Diploma. Preference will be
given to men between the ages
of 22 and 35 years old.
Starting salary commensurate
with education, working
background and age. This
position offers a challenging
and rewarding career in the oil
industry. Qualified persons
requiring further information,
should either write to, or call
at the BORCO Personnel
Office. Monday thru Friday
between 9 a.m. and 12 noon.
Tel: 352-9811, Ext. 235, P. O.
Box F-2435.
C6607
RELIEF COOK: To relieve all
cooks on day off. 2-3 years
experience in cooking.
Applicant should be sober,
reliable and willing to work
long hours, should also have
cooking tools. Police
certificate, health certificate
and letters of reference
required.
NIGHT COOK: In charge of
kitchen during night time,
making sure dining areas are
supplied with the necessary
food until closing time. 2-3
years experience in cooking.
Applicant should be sober,
reliable and willing to work
long hours. P lice certificate,
health certificats and letters of
reference required.
VENDING MACHINE
MECHANIC: Take care of all
vending machines owned by
Hotel. Must also be able to
repair machines. 2-3 years
experience in Vending
Machines. Must be honest and
able to work on own. Police
certificate, health certificate
and letters of reference
required.
ACTIVITIES DIRECTOR:
Must be able to produce and
direct all Hotel Entertainment
and Activities. Must be able to
create new activities for Hotel
Guests. 5-7 years experience in
Recreation Activities. Should
have Stage and Announcing
experience. Police certificate,


health certificate and letters of
reference required.
Interested persons apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL,
WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA. Personnel Office
between the hours of 9.00 a.m.
and 3.00 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Elon Martin,
'-. Personnel Director.


CLERK: Will be doing general
correspondence concerning
collection of unpaid bills and
working with the public. 3-5
years experience in the credit
and collection department.
Should have experience in
Hotel system of credit and
collection. Police and health
certificate and letters of
reference required.
Interested persons apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL,
WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA, Personnel Office
between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
and 3:00 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Elon Martin,
Jr., Personnel Director.


C6598
CONTROLLER: To be in
charge of entire Hotel
Financial Department and all
finances. 5-10 years experience
and a B.S. Degree in
Accounting. Police and Health
certificate required.
Interested persons apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL,
WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA. Personnel Office
between the hours of 9.00 a.m.
and 3.00 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Elon Martin,
Jr., Personnel Director.

C6602
PHYSIOTHERAPIST: To be in
charge of Clinic at Hotel and
do treatment of injuries within
prescribed capabilities. 2-3
years experience in medicine.
Police and health certificate
and letters of references
required.
STO REKEEPER/MANAGER-
ESS: Supervise three stores,
be in charge of all salesladies,
merchandising, pricing and day
to day operations. 10-15 years
experience in storekeeping.
Should be able to work with
the general public and
supervise staff .Police and health
certificate and letters of
references required.
AIR-CONDITIONING &
REFRIGERATION
TECHNICIAN: Be in charge of
the Air-conditioning and
Refrigeration Department.
Must also be able to repair
parts and supervise staff. 5-7
years in air-conditioning and
refrigeration. Applicant should
have own tools, that is
necessary. Police and health
certificate and letters of
references required.
Interested persons apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL,
WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA. Personnel office
between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
and 3:00 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Elon Martin,
Jr., Personnel Director.
C6609
POOL MANAGER: To do
treatment of water ana
maintaining pool and servicing
filters and taking care of entire
pool area. 5-7 years experience
in swimming pool
maintenance. Should have the
ability to work with the
general public. Required to
work seven days per week.
Police certificate health
certificate and letters of
reference required.
Interested persons, apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL,
WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA. Personnel Office
between the hours of 9.00 a.m.
and 3.00 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Elon Martin,
Jr., Personnel Director.

C 6612
PAYROLL CLERK
Young man to assume
responsibility for payroll and
general accounting duties.
Candidate should have high
school diploma or "0" level
certificate in Maths and
English.
Apply in person to: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C6624
REAL ESTATE SALESMAN
Individual should have
salesmanship ability with a
good basic education. Should
have also possessed enough
experience in Real Estate to
handle his own closing. It is
incumbent that the individual
own a car.
Apply to: Tennant & Cooper
Ltd., Box F-I 11, Freeport.
C6623
BUYER/MANAGER: Must be
able to do purchasing for the
stores and also be able to
manage same. Must be
prepared to do extensive
travelling. 5-7 years experience
in Buying and Managing.
Should have knowledge of the
type clothing to buy. Must also
be familiar with European
goods. Police Certificate,
health certificate and letters of
reference required.
Interested persons apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL,
WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA, Personnel Office
between the hours of 9.00 a.m.
and 3.00 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Elon Martin,
Jr., Personnel Director.


To be able to manage
600-room hotel. Must know all
phases of hotel operation. One
who can fill the post of
General Manager if necessary.
Must have at least + years
experience in hotel
administration, 5 years of


which should have been spent
as General Manager of a hotel
operation. Police certificate,
health certificate and letters of
reference required.
Interested persons apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL,
WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA, Personnel Office
between the hours of 9.00 a.m.
and 3.00 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Elon Martin,
Jr., Personnel Director.

C13233
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT
required by professional firm
in Freeport. Write giving full
details to Peat, Marwick,
Mitchell & Co. P. 0. Box F-25,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C6613
ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT Executive
Secretarial skills, some
bookkeeping, personnel
interviewing, counselling and
personnel testing and
evaluation. Capable of giving
instruction in secretarial skills
and carry out day-to-day
operations in absence of
executive. Must have minimum
of five years experience and
able to work on own initiative
without supervision.
Apply: P. 0. Box F-1955,
Freeport Secretarial &
Employment Services.

C6621
REAL ESTATE SALESMEN -
Five years experience required,
must be bi-lingual (English and
French).
Apply to: Bahamas
International Realty, P. 0. Box
F-1910, Freeport.

C6610
OCEANIC DEL SUD. P. 0.
Box F-2560, FREEPORT,
GRAND BAHAMA has
temporary job opportunities
for approximately 1 to 6
months available for the
following positions:
FIELD ENGINEER 1 to 3
years experience in offshore
marine construction with
responsibility for on-the-job
logistics of equipment and
materials. College degree in
Civil Engineering required.
CONCRETE PUMP
OPERATOR Minimum of 5
to 7 years experience in
concrete installation and
related machinery in 'offshore
marine construction. Must be
knowledgeable in all phases of
concrete pumping equipment.
SURVEY ENGINEER 3 to 5
years experience in offshore
marine construction. Plotting
and establishing precise
co-ordinances for installation of
offshore pipelines and fixed
platforms. College degree in
Engineering required. Must be
familiar with use of laser beams
and sonar.
All applicants must be
prepared to take company
physical. If interested apply at
the Oceanic Personnel Office
located near the Bunkering
Compound, west side of
B.O.R.C.O. Refinery.

C6625
PART time man for yard
work, cleaning apartments and
maintenance. Pay $1.50 per
hour Only Bahamians need
apply.

C6622
LABOURERS TO PICK UP
ROOTS AND WORK
AROUND HEAVY
EQUIPMENT.
APPLY : WAU GH
CONSTRUCTION
(BAHAMAS) LIMITED, P. O.
Box F-3, FREEPORT GRAND
BAHAMA.







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H v I Ihere? In
maklnl a
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word must contain the lae
letter, and the must be at
leint one elChtettuer word in the
list. No plurals; no torel word;
no proper names. ODAY S


TARGET: 19 words, good;
23 words, very ood; 28 words,
excellent. Solution tomorrow.
MONDAY'S SO L UTION :
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ayl army calm came camel
cameo care carol clam clary
cl CLAYMORE clear coal
coy oia Coral cram cream
creamyW ymar earl early lace
Y aelayer loam loamy
ma madele male marcel mare
marl marty mayor meal mealy
molar moral morale moya oary
oracle O orea race racy real
realm rea reveal relay roam
royal year.


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up a t h rrh-i4 ha ]n
044per'irmin 1-ic -'' th 1 opcn'
das of their tour-day Shel
Shield ga4 me with l;.us a it
Sabm a Park today \t the ,lose
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m a g ifi4cent ccntur'. h',
LawrencIt R,-ow,. wvere 27 or
one.
Gs;uyancsc skipper Roh an
Kanhai .on the 4os annd to the
surprise *1t cveromcnce "cnt
Jamaica in to hat on the Sabina
park pitch, which ha4- alwaIj
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6. King Iire
7 Stoplight
8. Sir I rancis
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Dead Heat


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2. Red Moon
3. Last Sight
4. Slip Away
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at the Games



ATHLETES NOT TAKING PART


FOR FIRST TIME SINCE 1954


By IVAN JOHN1SON
t)\ Ilt I I oti the
u" om in Ionw eA il h ( a i ces'
,,heduled to begin on
I hursdas in ( hrntchurch.
New. /ealand the Bahanui.
ki W:np As\1.Mociation has.
contarmed that lor theta irmt
time inac 1,44 the slanedk
will no(t he represented I he
( ot-l4nlH t.dilh (w.wiy' 4at1d
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wonder w hy the Bahanma i
unable to send a teJam
Sinn e the 4!41 dar a"
lomner Bahal. nta ,tA r p1n4 lt4 i
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gold and silver 1 medal, h
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the aaSP-ard ot It h .'l, ;c '
the Bahamas.
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v\pectcd 1I the i thll s .4 l
to Munich lto tre 1
the Baham'ras in the 0 ori
Games.
The team returned
without an\, notable su,. ,ee c
and the thrr e star .hich,- .
Mike Sands Kevin Johns,,n
nld C'laudelc '4.well had '
the words A the then !evim
chief l noch Backmrd.
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Byi(,[I. lI)S1ION[ THURSTON

1fit S(CORI was notched at
9'- a1 w4 ith seen seconds
m-aining when -Aquinas
oliise Aces all-rounder Jo ce
Shomnpon reaiily started
Ig Moments ea4tliur, she
i:ew a ioil and was 1I the free
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i:5- 4. took 4 a It.ine out to
S.. 4I h 44 m 4 mentally for
. li h4unp-on 1I paid oft with her
i-n:!!;< both lice ltirows as the
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three played with a 31 29'
victory over ove0rncnt illiti
School in yesterday'., 4enor
girls action.
The Aces in a battle of the.
undefeated meet dctendin4'
champs St. Aueustine's ( 'ii.
next week Tuesday at the
Gartunkel Auditorimm.
Government Hligh, who or
Tuesday walked over .n
unsettle.'d St. John's, ( i. .',
held the Aces to a mere three
point lead over two quarlers4
before snatching the lead for
the second timune 27-2. fie
minutes into the fourth
quarter.


Io; Hilling onei too miany
It!I"4 ou 4t4,, (G .eril4nelit 4 11gh
were hit with a technical foul!
hl iiip-,in made it good 0once
ii .e t\ ,mp tihe game at .' :all

I ioiI Maickey who car ied
the burden o ( 41l S. s rnn i
he! burned two free throNws
t ili ]5 si, o, p h t giumg
caui4,e !ir .1 0 Oe t ne ouit
Returnltlingi to the 4 O lin with
ins11ruc 11lio!n'. I4ronm o.f4c li
.\dderley. lhomnpson dr&41e4
tlrouigh i enllm I eliltInt t1i1 h's
deience a.nd laid up the ti j".'
basket with i3 secondsleft.
I hompson otn the turnover


was going :1i. ii h again when
she ,4 as fouled by Linda
Woodside.
In the even! matched
contest. G.1I.S. took the first
quarter lead -)IS biut dropped it
10-9 earl\ in the following
period on a Thompson field
goal. From then on it was the
Aces in the lead
With commendable help
corning from Shane Sweeting
anld Paula Grant. the Aces
overcame the determined
Government Hiigh giving them
their first loss in two played.
Thompson topped the Aces
with 14 points. Sweeting added
eight Mackety also scored 14
for G.tH.S.

Ienisc Moss,, and Ka
Bastian scored 20 points each
as d41lending senior girls
champs St. Augustine's **i|, .
downed R. M Bailey High
51 -12 yesterday.
Denise Macke \ scored 10 for
Bailey High.

St. John's College senior
girls won their first in three
played yesterday with a 35-29
victory over Prince Williams
High.
L. W. Young due to C. C.
Sweeting HIigh's withdrawal
from the series took a
defaulted game.


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defenders Deborah Stubbs (34) and Jennifer Mortimer (33). Pictures llI\'Cf- ALGI';H1 .\

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says Steve

THE ROOKIES of Pinder's
Basketball are zooming in
"right on target. We have
nothing but smooth sailing
from here on," commented
coach Steve Pinder. "We
definitely will be in the
playoffs."
Pinder's, holding a third
place nine and five record in
the Nassau League take on
fifth place Reef Basketball
Club in the only game 8:30
tonight at the C(, I. Gibson

"1 thing the boys did
remarkably with the big man
out,' said Pinder referring to
six-foot-three centre Ferry
Lockhart. "I feel we should
play better ball now."
Because of their success so
far this season, a lot of
prominent players have been
applying to play with Pinder's.
"It's because of the systeni ot
ball we play," noted
Steve"Next year we will be up
to full strength."
As for tonight, Steve is
looking forward to Reef giving
them a good game. '"T'he last
ten minutes will decide the
game," he said.
"'I king at it on paper,
they have a better team than us
but the difference is when you
reach 4on the courtt" Pinder's
and Reef are tied at one galne
each in the three round series.
"It will not be a complete
runo1ver for either teamm."
Losses to either the league
leading Container Saints or
second place defending champs
Becks Cougars is all Pinder's
need to plummet them into the
heart of the pennant ra&e


EXTRA ROUND
FOR ALI?


NEW YORK Plans for an
unprecedented decisive extra
round in case of a draw were
announced for the return bhut
at Madison Square Garden Jan.
28 bet wee n f corner
hea% v weight chia m ipion
Muhammad All and Joe
Fraiier.
UK SOCCER

[LI\)II\ I'A cup third
run replay'
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