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Registered with Postmaster of Bahamas for postage conc.aions within the Bahamas.) Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper
VOL. LXX1, No. 47 Saturday, January 19, 1974 Price: 20 Cents


Outten wins well-but PLP


By NICKI KELLY
.111 -I- Progressive Liberal Party's
S" Sinclair Outten pictured) yesterday
won the St. Barnabas by-election with
a respectable majority, but tihe
conclusive fact remains that I'LP
strength in the district has been
S' 'ii t.f, ..i i',, eroded
In assessing tile otutcomt., a number
P d tifactors must be thirst onllsid: cd
Prime Minister l-ynden Pindling told
The Irihune yesterday% he esti nated
that of tihe 1,490 registered voltrs,
approximately 500 had moved into
V other constituencies since the 1972
general election.

i I While the Prime Minister's
t assessment mav be *.l.iil
exaggerated, one has to accept Ithat in
a high mobility area like St Barnabas.


Blind Lucy,



victim of a



bandit's blast

By MIKE LOTHIAN


AS FI-AR as the Princess
Margaret Hospital is
concerned. Lucy Lloyd is in
"'ine" condition toda. Buti
that medical assessment is
difficult to reconcile with a
yo ntg woman's sudden,
;tagic plunge into darkness.
.tic v ;innot see anymore.
She could a week ago
before ricochet tine pellets
from a rtfbber' sioigun hit
her itO the face-
Dtciters say I icyv is being
treated in the hope that she
might rt y 1ii her sight, bit
there is tn certainty of
success
And Lucyv. 29-year-old

'ast, has made a
down-payment on a
still-to-be-built home in
Yellow Elder Gardens.
The unanswered question
is how she will meet her
eonimmitt miint to pa the
balance w hen the house is
completed, if her disability is
permanent.
In aln effort to help, friends
have set up two funds for
I ucy. One is at the Robinson
Road branch of Finance
(orpuration of the Bahamas
Fiii(o ). I lie other is care of
the manager. Main branch of
Royal Bank of Canada.
Perhaps the most tragic
aspect of Lucy's blindness is
the fact that she made no
attempt last Saturdav to stop


two men from robbing Ann's
Paradise Club on Thompson
Boulevard, where she was the
cashier .
Lucy was simply sitting at
a table while a waitress was
serving the club's only
customer when she heard the
ring as the cash register was
opened.
Looking up, she saw two
men, one taking the monev
from the cash drawer while
the other stood guard with a
shotgun.
The armed robber waited
in the club for a few seconds
after his accomplice made off
with the money. Lucyv.
reports indicate. ''id nothing
to hinder either of the
bandits.
It is still something of a
mystery why the armed man
fired his weapon just before
lie, too, dashed through the
door. The result was
blindness for Luci, The
shotgun pellets struck
nearby wall and, rebounding,
flew into Lucy's face and
shoulder.
Both her eves were hit
The lone customer in the
club, a man, threw a bottle at
the escaping gunman ini a
too-little, too-late attempt to
stop him. The bottle minussed
its target.
Police still have not been
able to find the hold-up men.
Lucy can find few things.
She is blind.


Hughes 'could


be extradited'


I iS -\N(;I 1 I S I AP
I'un Mtinister I inden t0
Pi'nideli of the IBhallamas said
Wednail a that billihonalre
I IHoward ughes couIld he
cxitadtcd 1i there is evidence
he has violated Ihatid laws as
i he are defined itn the

But l'iidllin -aid there are
lno immediate extradition plans
janld l h declin'ud to speculate on
hoiw Balihainian courts ininht
rule it the C niledl States
lrequests eMtx ii n ot'f ughes.
lHuighes is uniler indctmlinnt
in \Neoda o e'l his acquisition
If *ir \ estl, a western rgitonal
a lihne. IHe ,iad ihlc other


persons also lniti eCd in the.IlI'
case hahe bet'en ordcIedl to
appear lor arraigIlcnment Jani. 25
in Reno. Nev.. on charges iof
conspiracy to comnlmit stock
manipulation wire frautid and
use of dccepltive ideices
Pindling, in l.os Angeles to
address a tluncheolln of the
World Affairs Council. said at a
news conference that fraud is
an extraditable toffence i his.
country
Another millionaire. Robert
L. Vesco,. is in exile in the
Bahamas A Bahamianmi court
refused to extradite him to the
United States on a wire fraud
charge relating to stocks.


a number of people will have moved
elsewhere over the past It( months
Therefore the numinber of non-voters
was considerably less than the 391.7 per
cent indicatedtl h Registry figures.
Secondly it would seem more valid
to compare St. Barnabas to last yea"'s
Bain s Town bh-election, rather than
thie general election, as ti' sainle
negative forces w would have mitigated
,aint btOoth.
i' eflteC how(vexi. both electiont
had -rticlhing sp,.!a! going for them
BAli's Iwn ,_ a'so innimmdiately atter
lhic enthui-,asli-i oI indepcnd'en c, anmd
.St Bat inhu i na l the controversy
- i'll 'iAtcId i.'I lt ic :iti/enship ot PL.P
candlidaitl Sicllair (Jttln.
I h1-',' i wa also ,he unusual situation
oI sevex candidates vying for election
elc tion


strength

Mr Wenfred "Site" Ileastie and Mr
( ide (;ardiner. both member, ot tihe
PImP. made it clear from the start that
their principal reason for turning wasa
their dissatisfaction with Mr ()utten as
the parItl ., s Thoce.
Mis Rubs Ann Cooper Darling, an
admitted PLP. also appeared generally
opposed to Mr OuttCen on tile basli
that he had done little for the district
during his brief tenure in thie IlouseC
I ie three Independents therefore,
wvr.- not so much opposed to the PLPI
as they were opposed to Mr Outten
pcrsonalx .
(in these Lrounds it is fairly sale to
aissunle that were they not it the race
hei x7 votes they won r .5 per cent
would have gone to Mr Outten,
increi inig his votes from 450 to 543


Outten's







election







challenge(



FAWKES TO TAKE UP ISSUE

OVER GOVERNMENT CONTRACT


By NICKI KELLY
LABOUR LEADER
RANDOL FAWKES served
notice today that he will
challenge the election of Mr.
Sinclair Outten for St.
Barnabas, on grounds that he
did not disclose an alleged
interest in a government
contract within one month
prior to the by-election.
Mr I-awkes is also claiming
that Section 4S i > of the 1973
( institution w tild also
disqialit the eice National
\1l v e me n ,,ts rumnner- utip
candidate \l hu Foulkes lIor
the same lr'.ison
A. the I.a dil atii a e I, ,i i the
third highest m iti tir of teC-,
Mir lawkc 'eason, he wovtuld
then be cdearedl the lega!:x
elected representative of the
district.
the pertinent constitutional
section pertaining to
qualfltcation fcr election
requires that in addition t,
being a Blahamitin xltlitei, a
candidate must, If he has
interest in a oxi ernment
contract, di,,cls,,e tlie inatitre of
tire contract and his interest inI
il by published notice in the
(ia/cltt within one i irontil
prior to the election.


On I)Decmiihr 2: \Mr
I'a kes had a notice published
in I he Nassau I uardian stating
that on hehail of himself and as
president of tIhe Bahamas
Sederation otf Labour Ltd lie
was tlisultting that the otiil
government contracts in which
he as intered werested re those
agrieements for the supply of
\waier. electricity, telephone
and othilr amenities "
Mr. XlFawkes said today that
le lias the legal o ipiion o t
former Attorney (General
(,Crald Colielt on what would
oM iutC a gove rmii cnt
.i n :i and is basing his
iim n IllNi
Ni tCollett Illade his
I-Idgni c ni tn II )Q 1 ait llic
reqU'esi of lhen (,ovrelnor 1 rd
Ihiurow atte: Lord I hurlotv
,as approaclied bI Ml. Iawkes
regarding the legality of Mr
Darrel Rolle's election in their
Mlangrove Cai h-election that
ear
ithe Iribtune understand
that the ree Natliinal
Mo vement obtained legal
Opinion onil the sant point
f,,l! i,. the l i72 general
election, and although the
advice given appeared sound ill
lasw, the party decided not to
proceed in challenging the


II ;,
Free National Movement candidate Arthur Foulkes
(centre) chats with FNM Leader Kendal Isaacs, right, and
FNM secretary general Clifford Cooper outside one of the
polling stations during yesterday's St. Barnabas by-election.


Now merchant attacks Trib


TIIIF MFR(CANT who took
tup he l r' I une chiallc1ng last
Molna ly to "oiund off" atnd
write in to this iinewspaper's
"Suggestion Box" now takes
issue wilth us claiming I'he
Fribunc has I brought the
merchant con unluity into
"appaen t disrepute."





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lic also takes issue with li.
llerbCrt hoIlpsoin, a
consilumer, who\x raised .a
separate q'stion of thli
ile I rchaIt It'i11r iAblc Io ti\i
British goods ati a sing since,
for exchange control purposes,
the British1 pound was now at
S2.25 as agianst $2.50.
"Merchant" only raised the
custoImIs dlty issue where
the Bahamian merchants are
paving more than necessary
because of customs' failure to
set a rate for duty comparable
to the market exchange rate
and says lie only wanted "to
have duties applied fairly so as
to lower prices on British
goods even more. "
The Tribune would have
liked to have received some
concrete information on what
British goods have in fact come
down in price since the pound


has been ialliig.
Mr. lihonmpson's point is
very well taken, despite what
"Merchant" sa s
Let is hlave SOile CxampIles
and The Tribune will lt happx
to publish these for the good
of all.
The following is Merchant's
second "'Siugci1,,, Box"
letter:
"I atn disappointed that trm
letter on customs duties should
hawe brought the merchant
community into apparent disrepute
through Mr. Hlerrti'rl Ttompsonti's
repplit which you giullibly vttdorsed.
rhe ol('irct ot the exercise was to
have dunties applied lairly so as to
lohwr primes on Britislh go'ds t 1 "V
MORE This is one of the most
important waYs in whitici good
business Imeil stimulate sales and
tlIat happy i'ustoimers.
Nowhetn' i n iv irltte'r is it
sirggcstt'j that merhaiits are having
to increase pri'cs c'itoset ('irn".'
has fixed the British pound at 2.50


[,r .1,h1 Id 'd 'icflfen v"
Fis/toMto wtiit, h jiut
starilinig 'let fusion
should be t'n rnllln
cl-iaper,, bit! ft tilt'
IlappetliY. "
I Sg s.'tl t al /li
l1r. //timtpsfn rc-ftea
Iltler, itst British
Anow about cars I HA
int price, iiand wiol
frtlrhet'r 2 ift Cusi
('itrett at ther rt'e (o
2 2.5.
T/i- ,cost of Britis
fallen .12', not 12
by Mr. 77Tompsonl
8.12'; ,r $23.00 $
Fairlv tcoltiertd at
purposes., the lantided
pound shipinent wi
27' .31 (,225.OO 0
10'' chcapetr that' 5,
In iltti5s I shoilh
nftl fPo assufifle that
Britisl; item is ilow
cheaper, because wit
hlas heren fat
iattoitfa urers have
their prices.


outcome of the election
Members of the le
ha,' been aware for so
that the 19 (6 an
Constitutional provis
contracts with govern
so worded that pract
rep resentatives cou
dtsiNuahfied from sittir
lloiise if challenged.
In December 1xl72
Prme Mclinister Arthu
ion appointment of a
miinittlee to consid
S Iptions itf any, sh
:. ide to the d
v" S'ernment contract.
\ Ir. Ilanna was
"; " ,I\. to il
i .,nstit utio whet
I ose at the
.iilerence envisioned
xscpiho'n ti' the ove
-It was not intem
,Jil. "that the measu
hie so tar-ecaching uas I
it ridiculous, if. for
gto'crtlnenit loutind it
lo go iinto a tmeliber'

Slie cxoini mittet
however, with the en
sessionn Ithe Balhan,
new Constitution c w
.same provision still in
the HIouse has yet to
the ground rult
government contracts.
In view of this, Mr
is arguing that essenti
dealing with g..A
constitutes a contract
On I thursday. the da
tlie St. Barnabas bl-
Mi I awkes lodged
complaint against Mr,
ills time alleging that
a talse declaration co
his place of birth.
\lr Outten was dis
Itom htldidng his St
scat last year after he
lic was a furks Islan
tact he said he hl.
recently learned fr


u n e in his coniplaint to the
(ri minal Investigation
t, as F. D)partnment, Mr. Fawked cites
Mpt'd to thl a number ot acts which he
"British vt,ods si s corroborate his
cheaper and r
thlt rc.i'c i s . i t .l
Shie same day he addressed a
STrihtit, llrii copy of his police claim to Mr-
iad tilt trVittl Outten stating that in addition
Vt.'godlt do wtl tIo the "documentary
d gto down a evidence," he proposed to call
tomis weir, to a number of witnesses in proof
I the dauv. n1w of his charges.
it imports has Hie named these as Nurse
.33, as stated Nina Selver, also a Turks
($308.13 less Islander, resident in Nassau;
283.13i. Mr Clyde Gardiner, who like Mr.
t 2.25ajt dtr awkes was defeated in the
cost o a /(1o
t aiD tan by-election, and Charles Carter.
552.31. some I ddie Bethel and Carl Bethel,
x months ago.: all staff members of Radio
d wari r'adelrs Bahamas.
t ever single S
autma sticane Mr. Fawkes' complaint to
ile tihe poumtl the police, if successful in the
ling some courts, would again have the
c'n inicrtasing effect of disqualifying Mr.
MERCHlANT.r Outten.


is eroded
or from 50.7 per xent to S per cent
This then leaves one to consider tHile
votes cast for the Free National
Movement's Arthur Foulkes. Mr
Randol Fawkes antd Mr Dudlex
Williains. both the latter of whom
ran on a Labour ticket IThese mus bhe
regarded as the true opposition sotes
Mr Itoulkes polled 115 oltes or
21.7 ier xent of the xtie; XMr I awkts
Ssc votes or d.8 telL cent. and Xr
Williams 72 votes or per cent. In all
three cases the 'an iidates f ought in
anti-PLP campaign, despilc Mr I
Fawkes' legal attempts to have Mr
Outten disqualified
Ili total vote polled bh the three
was 355 or 39.5 per cent It is this
figure. divested of personalities, which
one must view in assessing what
opposition if any there is to the PI.P.
During the Bain's Town
election. Dr Norman Gay. the
PLP candidate. polled 886
votes and the I-NM 59,/ giving
the P1LP 92 pel cent of the vote
cast
Certainly this would indicate
that in the space oft six months
since the pre'ouis bhy-election.
opposition to the government
has hardened.
In 172 iMr. Outten polled
75.4 per cent of the St.
Barnabas vote. the I N\-I s
candidate I. IG Stubbs 12 5 per
cent and MrI Randol Fawkes.
1 Labour) 11. per cent.
This represents a 24 1 per
Scent opposition vot'.
compared to he 39.7 per cent
chalked up by the three
opposition candidates in this
io1 n th 's bh -'icc l tion.
t he FNMI has increased its
leverage trolm 12 5 per cent in
1472 to 21 2 percentin 19-4.
despite the fact that there were
two other fatslx strongL
opposition candidates ilnl the
race Mr Fawkes and Mr
Williams
It is quite probable that the
n. 1NM was the party which
'gislature ,ullcrcd by the entry of Mr.
mine time Fawkes and Mr Williams in the
d 1973 race. and that Mr. Outten in
ion on addition to losing votes to the
riment is three opposition candidates,
icallv all also lost the no-show votes
ld be There were ' votes cast in
ng in the unofficial returns from St.
Barnabas Mr Outten l ; .
. Deputy 45o, Mr. Fouldes 1 5I: ':s
ir Hann Fawkes 88; Mr X,,:.. m .
five-man Mr Gardiner 14 Mr Ileasni
ler what 52 and Mrs. Darling 21
should be Percentages were (Ou)itI!
definition 50.7: Foulkes 2'1.7 1 aswkes .
W illiams 8: Hleastie 5 "-: I rising
referring 2 ,Gardiner I 5.
le 1, ivC candidates losi their
Ihe said deposit of $400 eaci:
Londn On thit e basis of lP.n 'ientary
ed some Registry figures (l.O per cent
rail rul: ,i the electorate t'ted and
i ,.7 did not


ire would
iot a make
example.
iex essars
s shop to

C died
id of the
as has a
,ith the
tact. and
laxy downl
es for

S. awikes
iall\ any


av before
-election.
another
Out ten.
he made
'ncerning

qualified
Barnabas
revealed
der a
ad only
OIm hi


-Vesco: Why




the U.S.




wants me
WASHING ION im-u\ la:i naniei Robcrt I. Vesco says L'S
S authil t iOCs Xwalt iii back in Ithis coIutvu mai nly i so he could
tcistifv hbef't the .t'li at. c aeigate (Conititee and grand juries
inve's i"i c ati Nixon administration active' ties.
I lie m-m,'itittlcc chief counsel issued a deiuai. Vesco's assertion


w\as made il a levisioni interviews
Askxd xthelict he had been
ottered ani dal to reiltiun tt
the Umnitcd States Vesci
replied
"What thin main interest !S
' iLd was. v.as .I aed silent on
ins part !ito isils at the Senate
Waticir at hearItg- intd n
oti er grand lries a- to spetN ic
kno pledge that I may have
relating to the Presidcrnt.ol 1us
conducted or t an\ otcitth i.km
Cabinet nimembnrs and heir
conduct."


(encral John \ N. Liih! and
former 0Cmnri e Sr c rclar
laurt ce II. Stans on co tLipi C'
and obstruction ot tust1,C"
charges Hie fled to (iCota Ric.,
and then the Bahaiuis iandtl ih
suLc cssfullt a \iid xd
extradition in that case and in
,tt,:t I mI matters invo tN-.lg his
Sinancia! atl.i1.
In another assertion, denied
in Nesw York bv U.S. attorney
Paul J. (urran, Vcsxco said
federal prosecutors rejected his
f:e to it ...l a gn en charge
and go back and sand trial ton
that, and let the chips fall
wher e ithe may."
Vesco said he tforsaw only
one set of circumstances that
wouttld cause him to return to
this country ', I is i
"Probably the tnl thing ,it
this stage would he at some
stage of an impeachment
hearing, if there was one, and
under sonie mechanism that
would allow t.he tcstimon. o
he given without sitting ar-iund
tor the ncx\ three 5"ar
becomnin a prisoner iof t..'


filmed in Costa Rica Jan. 9.


















ROBERT L. VESCO

trics toti Sentate hearings," lie
x:tid i x i
"liha probably xxWould be a
scriouis enttugh subject to make
nie think t- ice.
XItst 1 tile interview. Ves,
itiitdx d that unidentified
enemies t! Preiidcnt Nixon
trixd t- rc roi 1 hint in late
l r part f
t C IaLt aite td plan that
aleadcv had bex'n determined at
th:jt tirie as to how the were
g Riing toT accomplish tilt
nipeachil ent of Nixon.
"Aitt hii at ine they had
comnivedi a tgaine plan which
it ixvuivd securing tlhe
i et ir a Cabinet-level
remcnbcr, utilizing leaks to the
pJiess and were aggressively
seeing cooperation of various
tc e to help their in this
g iA.- he added
I]L did not say how or from
h liI htcle had learned the
Of. 01an g-A p


DEATH OF MR.SAMUEL COLLINS


M R. '.\',11 I W ( oli .2
of Ni oils I o n, \ !'5 ri ,
fornierl ot Marsih t..Vthoti
Abaco, died i'n WrsV t '.ihii
Bech aiitt night
lIe is sIriv cid 5n !'.-, tie.


i',ce sons. seven daughters.
eig h t ; ,, it ;, his
another. two brothers and six
sisters
I!ite 'ineral will be held
lMondat. at N iiolls oown.


AN AMERICAN who was attacked when
walking with his wife in the Sonesta Beach
area last November has written to The tribune
complaining of police reluctance to accept
their statement of what happened.
Mr. Morris Stirman and his wife, who have
been coming to the Bahamas for 26 years,
were attacked November 26 by two men who
knocked them to the ground, grabbed Mrs
Stirman's handbag and ran off.
Owner of ashington's largest volume
liquor store, Mr Stirman said he and his wife
made at least six trips a year to the Bahamas
but doubted they would be coming back. He
placed a $1.000 reward in the papers for
information leading to the arrest and
conviction of the assailants.


TWO WO MF N were
assaulted by four men just off
the main road, east ot Sonesta
beach yesterday
The women, who live in
Nassau, were returning to their
motor scooter after w ,ilk ii con
the beach at 2 45p.m.
The four men, aged between
lo and 20. surrounded and
jostled them, pulling at a straw


SUPERMARKET
HOUSTON A gunman
interrupted by police during a
supermarket holdup took 14
people hostage today and
demanded a car and safe
passage out of the area,
authorities said.

There were reports that
shots had been fired.
One of the hostages, the
store manager, escaped by
jumping from the roof of the
one-storey building. The
remaining 13 hostages included


In his letter to The Tribune Mr. Stirman says
that the two police officers who took the
statement from him did not allow him to make
a Xerox copy of it claiming that it was "police
property'
Said Mr Stirman "One of the two officers
wrote the statement and although I told him I
could recognize one of the two men who
attacke' ,, he put in the statement that I
coui .,OT recognize the men. I had to insist
':.at he strike out the word "not" before I
would sign the statement."
And he continued: Their actions gave me
the feeling that they were not on our side."
Mr. Stirnman also claimed that the police
didn t let him look through their files to see if
he could recognize anybody from their "mug


bag and diia li nriLg i ni oe
I he xomtn. ,aged 24 and 25
cartedd She s toutl i andl
moutilited it But s theX rode
o t he billion \was pulled to
the ground I he rider lost
balance and the machine tell
on top of her, cutting her leg
tlhe imen continued to lostle
the women and passing car
drivers ignored pleas for help.


HOSTAGES
a policeman, authorities said.
John Holmes, a district
attorney's investigator on the
scene said "some shots were
fired, but we don't know about
what."
Store manager Wayne
Stephens escaped. lie said he
fled xwhen the robber sent him
to the roof of the building to
see if police were trying to
reach him from that direction.
lie said the robber ordered him
to open the safe and took
S600. (AP)


Itt ni .1' the women were
able tot ride clear.
When they reported the
incident to the nearby police
station, they said they were
told hb the policeman on duty:
"Oh. I expect the youths
thought you were tourists."
Police are investigating the
incident.


UNIDENTIFIED
VOLitL have slill been
unable to identify the body of
a white man, believed to be
about 50 years old, found
Friday morning at Yamacraw



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ilhr .iribunr


Don't panic, British grocers beg the housewives


LONDO\)N irisi :1 oct is
appealed to hoiisewit\s loda to hiall
panic bu inrg :is ,, lt gi lveinc i tille
indicated thai litle enigl ti c isis Hma.
lit easing
PrriLte' MSinistier I d\\ard I lt'ilh
Inilted latbolu uilromi leaders toin ne\
talks Mlonday in a hid tri tortnd ininei
overtime ban iMwhich iias reduced the
tcoutr'y s coal slupphl.'s 1rs Iimor than
0) per centi I h' iunion lItaderr
accepted
Heath's inrlilironu carin as oild
(arringtini. Itihe newl appointed


I nergi S inisite, said the government
swill mole ti, e\t'nd thle working week
trolli three to tour days "as
soon as possible
C(ar imgon told n ewsmen that
such an extension wa\,,s "on the cards"
in \iew l () better' than expected
elcctricik supplies lie also said fuel
\will go i to ilt'e ishi Steel Corp. to
aillo\ s ito step ip pi odiruction which
liias diurpped Ih alibout i pe1 cent.
[I e Natlionail ( Gocers' Iederation
Aw ined tliai palln butiving bvs
lhou\sew ies could lead to artificial


shortages. The federation's appeal
came amid a shortage of wrapping and
toilet paper, soap powder and liquid
detergents.
The federation said there was no
shortage of food but a scarcity of
packaging materials was delaying
supplies for a few days at a time.
"There are, however, sufficient
deliveries of all items to ensure that
there in no over-all shortage," the
federation said.
Scarcities sparked off grumbles
among some housewives buying bread.


AN ATTi-MPI to) pui an
uI ini a n ni e d im I t a i \
co immuniications spacecraft I
from I Englalld's Ski net 2
programme inti a permanent
or hbit has l ailed. space
officials sa. .


D I N) 1 R I I N
22 -ear -old son oif
actor-singer Dean Martin. w\as
arraigned o a clhIt ine tit
illegal possession I ll Ir anurs.
alter federal agents reipoiicd
finding machine gilns anid a
cannon t at iI I ehli .


THI DlI 1TCH poverrt ilni
has accepted Presideiin
Nixon's invitation to attend
the coin)terence )t oil
consumillig icoinlt I s' ill
Washington i eh 1


IN A MOiVI t, ctiomnti ,
pollution. Japaniis tt.icil
ordered "strel aiitlmiiitolil.
emissions i conI I roles iIn i hr
phases begiinni \ipril I
1975.



O)IL PR It I S anid supplN
prob I e m s h aI\t e )11
empo\ Imeni, Irelal price,,.
stiocrk markets ithe balance t
Irade anid other i port nilt
aspects of WesCrtern I urope '
econilmi\\ a tear end siine\
hi llht (iiinii( Market
reported


SOVIFtI Inmo l il
champion Bioris Spassk\.
rising black pictes, proposed
adurllmrnlitt t alter 4i mol\es
in t hiird garM tI tih
qiiarterl tnat r orldl clesc
im atch tiIC''"-,a \ iiltlit dlii
Ron.eI Blin


W X ( ,irl ( Iolimain last
ol three lmelIn ti Ilned 111
the slat ingof it l i\ n eliers of
lithe ldas tanil\r s Ias icen
sentenced in d eor h to d( ie Il
the electric chair


()RI ( ,(N\ lli i ,
10 U car hild i \ ,liull d ,il
lilt dri eri cil se.i il .i l ill d I
stildvtull,, 0 .his f lh II s 't ito'
situlents i lei tI ii q ua r
siulle red ;I t al ,i .i l t t .ick


A \)M\\ island hli
S- r t lr old son st i tI allolli
about 1 persoilns sl ill being
sought lh rescue t le' llais .liAt'r
a I l llil l llk i I r igllt li
meollli *; tl lilt l ississippi
river



i1 I I i\( I cauinel
hietld a surprise' lilt i lil t it1
stliii \ st't ilille lr u ni Xlt + u so
uilt I iimlilC'e \ltirlrst \ ;titer\
(iiscard d' slaying said there
would be no deialiuatlon ol
the I ranch


)st I lIn

and aI
pact.
arllst

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itl he

nill'nt


I:L \\[ 1 \ith their
signing oif ,I troop
disengagLmenit pact betweencc
Israel and Ig -!pt. Secretair orf
State tHerinr issigeri no\\
turns his lttlellntion to tlhe
lio tile tort's on lltihc S\ri6.i
tronti
1' = .


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TWO JAILED

FOR ROBBINM;

PAUPER


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1 i s X /,' ot lhc I
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A k I I W '\ I
i'n;lcit I) ".()s 0 trot ops .
It s I lie iitl,'Is i I g
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] !th' .t 1, 1 ti' llh


lTapes case for grand jury-

\\ \ ll\(; 10()N [S District Judtge Johln .1 Sirica said
\s"slt],l\ lit \,il reco'imi llend tlhe case ut tlins' I -mniule'
Mli i .1 \S ih t hours 'i\\ t'.ile "i' trtIe ti lipti tr grandil iir\ ltoi
,Icil'ill


I t duescisii. ending a hearing that began Oct. 31.
ainmn li s1 t a ildii g by til'e judge ll1at a crime might hairt
bucli silolm i itsld.
II iotl\istsitonil rilro ,1 st ltubpoenaet'd tapt'e or during lthe long
weeks ot 't estiin lnt ;ibout tfie incid nt' .
Sir,..i said thal llt subpoena of the special prosecutor's
oftce is king or nine tapes from thie automatic White
iHouse l, .'oi in sti'r hi n lad been ruled \alid by' him but
sirc:' illiit tineC i tiie tl hate been three instances of failure
to co p'll
le relitrt d to ti r tapes uof June 20. 19") 2. ,;'nd April 15
foI this \ti t h i ltii i hite lHouse claimed never existed and
to the f il.iti' ed til ste'lion ofh the tapet' a mconm ersationl
Pin'sident Ni\ion lhal with Hl R. lialdenian also on Junet


Torture case confession


1101 S1()\ IN \ .itboti
ill .itn n :: I i l
~. i .i i i >1 : i ts l .k illed
l, i ]i ,iil'\, K'5' 5 i I t 1 Itlilt.'
*' ; ' .d i:' : \V'.is\t n
I I ]. '. * ll .uish i ,


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ioni ssl i lAist \iu aind i 0
w hilt I iIlii HIt lil. I' it I, hur
t tdiecs in Sait \ illi'st inl'.
l \ ss ani i si \ itl li11i Islindt .

U ls.l i tl it t o i l l i J .il s ic I

I mii di

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Burning death: boys committed


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S\il Ic's .1 S rII Jli olti l]k 1 In turn
h it lin oii n i h S Ieni till


t1'aniIL I C hl 'i ( ,ii ds Ilo i tdt
'lii C i 1t 11 v l ii till I I shIlll
l ir s gI I ins I tI,'Ii" i Is

li ,t ,IC t ITcd to
It. tt'I s h, t I h .d v lopmenti
'S tcr 1 ; I ,[ int !I i, w which


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1 I' iI n' 'I tu i. u\ns




t hc i ihe O t i a t'n t ionll
,i ItCS tti si ll .i' T tr' l B tlso r e

ill enc t 11 il i' oI
,)I i \ Le 11 it .i ack
T.tc he n' <



nesicl ie't'I "' \Vt


S %\as hilaled hy r il illbers t_
government. hiut received
Si tic'isi li\ sonllie oppor
leaders,
S Nevertheless. Prinie !Mi
( oltda Meir is e\pccte
SeasiIly push thIe agree
through pairliallment
D)etense Minister N
D)a\an said in a teleC
interview Itliat the
A signalleCd "one 0f" the
iIIIportant hours ot
ilstor '" and that he e
"this time Igi pit anld its le
,are for peace "
But the right -%wing oppt
I ikud Bloc in ParIha
oIlu( is promised deInonstrations
sriclis lloor debate against Ithe
1) plim W, \ are inot at
itl lth tl senligagteilent. hut
In lines alimolltts to suirrend
ti1 ltIh k unilateral wilhdl ra\\ial
\ill .' \1.al. (ien Ariel Shaliro
.itl 1 l popullar reser vc general wl
Ipl lii Israeli forces across lthe
ind 'l canal during the Oc-tobiei
!s t' iO lt was electedI l to lht' K
in tli' on the l.ikud ticket. s,
Should resign tromn thli .i1
I v\ pI prot est the agrec


Cornfeld

gets bail

(;I N1 VA A Swiss
magistrat court li as set hlil at
52.4-inlllion lor Berinaid
(ornleld who was arrested last
Ma\ in connection with the
collapi ot I lie investors
m\crseas service
I lie hall \\as the lushiest evCer
,sked ill Switl/cl land.
C o r n1 eld 4 5 ant
American Mutual i Fund wl/rdi
appearet'd pale and nervounlls .
lic inssited lit'e \as innocent o
tlJidit dlislt) ,i l miianag'.nli t ,
I()ig 'r adil incitement' to
spc' ula tiiln.
1()S uii)asted ).'wsts ot s2.3
million n111 cl'hcni "s' ilont I tli lit'c
I l900s. l tt it I (jllaip icd inll th'
I)-Os, it \\Ias taken iscr l\
lI ait icicrr R ih'ir \'csco(). i ho is
charged w ilh looting more than
\'2(1 ) million inonil the luInd


SA .IoG()N Sou thl
Vietname's I)estiitss sunk a
( 'iommunist (' lunse p.itrol
hot)t toda,\v with 50 to Iotl
people aboard d in .I naval al, i tl
C'.n1 1 tle dispttc' d I ),raiel
islands, in the South C(lin.i Sca.
tlis' Saigon (Co miililInditl ieport'd
\ Conillilld l spok)Islllall sild
one South V'itn.iniCs patrol
hboat carrying 100li p'optlle was
hilt 1 \ a i issI ile Iroi ('l C imi'I ,
s lp ,ia ld "' Ic t llr ,i t it h.is
htern sunkir
I'niorntirnlcdl r,'p(trtst .,.I
.; e ,6 ihci Sotillh \ Ititillnr '-
shi sps r may r i, \ci 'len tilt lie
( oinlitand said two of it Is na
C 'itiIIaritlos w\ .'rt.' killed t :
t l %% to wounotdt c 'l ili i, lt I t
Iigi tintg on DuI iicaiil Islln iT
tlic' coral chl 250 Illk"s o!t
tlrC Sonti I VielItnami ese t olsi
I lie comnnand also J nJ a.
Chinlesi patrol iho ,ii \ s il 0 U l to
(00() pei'rsoi ns abodiNl snk alter
hlui set afire i, l li Soi tlih
V i' tna1 i c 's ro\ C' I
K li.inlih )u
So luth V icl' ii.ilii l Jelirgcd
oni \lctdnesdsl;i t\ 1li h i ( t in.Ic' ,
ihal l.ind d l isl, itin in on lthe
is inlds W lsli I ro s 1 5 m ilit'es
so.tllhlU ',els tas l t ( li ( i xll islali
o! l l l1.i n :ii l .1 it' k i. nI'm d h\

I t Col ( I 'o I inI llc, I In. lic
hciet spokcsinio lfo lihe South
Vict'nl/. ics, Co ininlliid. s. il
tl.ial simce riday, (']liu sc
vesselss lihjd heeli ltr ing to ruiil


W-RECORD

RISE

IN RETAIL

PRICES

L ONDOI)N Retail plrc i
Britain in 1'1 3 rose faster than
i l l a i i\ I V A l l l t P 1 t 's \ I O tu s
In a_-i o hled relti p o s
S2-rinon II penr l it e l
tI| (lie 'rrili 'll-It iepoi ler I
'Retail p u sic sot lip l' 1U )
pe I Ient ll his tais ht e 'll ilan i
aii\ ear sice re uis e i i

I t W rnii.' t r ort st it
| liht 11on abat ll ImL't hat

\\as lid lowc tsIl I ton i t llIhL, s n
l tl 1 \ drit l r Ii otL' 01ttt pi 'lt
uses in 1\ umr n cdl



I it i s t U .S '
ll.il \\ 1a 1c r il' lto i t alie I
niotiilhi up It laisl \N \tl ieim r

I oC ol prI s sJ l low k'1 t he
biggest itinl p 1 l '\ ent ip bl
10 p' [[ t in 1 'In1


1 iot c- ili s mbc 1ril l ]l ll

lo o d p r tA t's l i\ t n In 2 0 1 (
slp t !h c In (i ,scl .1t i\ c"t
( iet\ nnein'r~l .11lu to pos\' l i i
li n t e I ^ i ( i \ t'


I ) it i ps i l! iii 'i, O (I
I I I l t'.' h l i 1d l l tl

k' I' l ,l l ;l.s' ri IV l l U ~l I'd I '
Landed n,,! th. l holl d Iut f
Is ti'lt' "-I' IC Ip,. I C '
Sh irl .i lirei. l itro' ,'ii t I
S lIcd 1 a11 l rlii n K h-11'i tI

Ih' I c I l h.a h i h t Is.' l ca Itc 1\




liis ij ( l n! .i now hls 11
1 si tIps I r h ill ie 'i, iJu ittl i

Ci ;',i i p p c l I L tI it hIr
n 2-lI c I gI KI niu IigKt St I \

s It'\ l ' !!i.]t\ So0ti i
VittliL incs' sI' %is wL crc' in tlte
.iA bil 'e ( t t l li ha
th' I nt ihs .


I LOJME'S I


Terror


Large paper bags to cover loaves have
suddenly disappeared and bakers were
tearing up smaller bags to cover bread
in line with health regulations.
"I have to go a five-mile bus ride
home with this," complained an
elderly lady holding up a large loaf
wrapped in rapidly disintegrating
tatters of paper.
Panic buying has also led to a run
on canned foods. One supermarket
manager reported a family wanted to
fill a room in its house with enough
canned goods to last a year.
Dentures were taking
longer to arrive because of
the shortened week. Timber
and furniture were in short
supply.
Shortages of liquid soap, a
by-product of the oil
industry, resulted in a return
to old fashioned methods of
washing tip the family dishes
such as caustic soda crystals
or just plain elbow grease.
it the M rs. Regina Dollar,
lilarsh national organizer of the
sition National (' o ns u mer
Proclection councill warned
nister housewives not to buy
d to "'dozens of rolls ot toilet
'incnt paper and washing powders'
over the weekend.
lsoslie "These and other paper
vision products like tissues and
pact kitchen rolls are vital to the
imost nation's health "
rKll She urged supermarket
lived managers to apply their ovwn
'ildirs ra tioning.


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gunmen

open fire


in pub

BELl:ASI lrio,M,
raked a country pub In
Northernri I reland v ;
automatic weap on, li[r o,
night, wounding three peop
police' said
I he gum i n i wrei b'|el
Io hIe iProtestant ext.itenuC.j
avenging the slaying I hluri,.
of a young Protesti
milrlrtiit iaan near his lhinow Ini
I rlliI k. 50' O lilte, ve., I
Bcllast.
Meanwhile. army e'. .
pertils dei'tused a 25 -poutrd
homihib Ii a restuirarit iln
pI r e dIo l I n ant l R H a;,,i
C'atholic town ot D ii.'i,
In monostly -Protestant I ,
Blclfst police invcsltiga'td
lircs in I liiI h a womIani ,i':j
Jhild wer\e killed
lie police said the ire in.'i
hIa\ e l'en set I\ tcrronsis
\ 3 2-P car-old Prot eslitti
Ronald Bell. who \ as repo'c
kjdilnapped Wednesda h b\ til
oItl awIied llster \'o!;;i ,-
IorIc'. a Protestant i.'\ l!t !
group) walked into .1 Hiel
poli. e station "'well .Clt
unrh.rn11 d" late I-ridia iiiight
aiutl ih rit ies said
Bell was questioned
dlc'l lives afid sent hlomie
Hi' is Onlt on bail as\ lj] 'il
1i1,l oiin Ichages ot pt i Is ,
rm.i Fi11 1d n d nIIi nI t nll
I hic e\tI 'Iiti ts s i J ltl ItI \ li.I
iduiiltd e t tell tl O ,a'k 1iiiih ht
aitiit lie' loss tol i',
w.pons \Pt


YOUR ISLAND
HAS LONG BECKONED...
I KIN(, \IMI 1 \11 II
S I I(IN SO)R
( I \ I \)N I .AM
PI I INI 1,. NtIA I:RI
I N(,I ISt11/ Rl Nt II
(()NVI R tS \I ION
I 1 \ I !SII t I I t l B I (. K1(;t(l > N I
i'' m I i o a I y Iu I :
i' l~l' 1'0' l 0 ,/ ii #t rH i
,i(i thM l l \it 1 l'i I ll.i
t 1 li', i r
I ( . 1 it1 r c c I / %c I!
I, hawt 'w lling tii traii'.
REFERENCES
i'eplhes with particulars tio
Adv. DA6136, c/o The
Tfib ur, P.O Box N-3207,
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Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
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SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH. O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.I).
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributing Editor 1972 -
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Publisher/Editor 1972 -
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Saturday, January 19, 1974


EDITORIAL


WhaLt's the reason?

By Ill \\I DI!P U'(I


I


that four cruise ships that brought thousands of visitors to this
islWad every week have been taken off the run.
thesee ships are still calling at other ports. Nassau was supposed


I


RAPS SCANDALOUS


BEHAVIOUR OF ZNS


COMMISSIONS, Boards. Committees are all a part of the
structure of a government. They are all links in a chain.
Under the Representative form of government which had
functioned here for centuries before the change to Responsible
or Cabinet government was made in 1%04, Boards played anl
important part in government.
And so the Governor of the colony never tailed to announce
the new Boards for the following year a few days before the old
year ended....certainly never later than New Year's lve. In this
way the continuity of government was assumed.
Now I am told that sonice Boards are mere figureheads....the
Minister makes his own decisions without consulting his Board.
But apparently one Commission does function. This is the
Prices Control Conmission, which is perhaps the most inportanit
unit of its kind in the nation today
With the almost daily change taking place in the prices of
commodities it is important that I i s Commission not only be in
existence but also that it functions so efficiently that the hiusliess
community is able to get a quick response to any new situation
that might arise.
A few months ago the food shops weie unable tot get a decision
from this department on the price of certain cunommodities they
claimed they were selling at a loss. Indeed. the firmly of Milo Butler
& Sons, was accused of selling floiu above the price fixed by the
Commission.
Because of this situation merchants locked their stocks of these
commodities in their warehouses because they just could not1
afford to sell goods at a loss.
But the most extraordinary situation developed in llthe case of
the gas stations.
The owners of these stations found Iialt the\ were selling fuel
at a loss.
They appealed to the Minister of Finance foI relief only to ihe
informed that the Prices Control Co(mmission had not been
appointed for the New Year. The old Conmmission died with the
old year. He said that he could not take anyl action without the
advice of this body ... and this body nio long existed!
As a result the stations closed down overnight as a protest
.against this situation. Thev were then told that Finance Minister
-Arthur Hanna could not negotiate with them unless mithe
reopened their stations. And so they reopened their stations.fThey
saw the Minister who apparently said lie recogo/ed that tlhe
situation was urgent.
Under these circumstances one would have expected pionipt
action by the government in appointing a new (Commissioll.

-Government is a business ... the biggest business in anmi
country. Confronted with a situation of this kind a business mania
would have cleaned it up overnight. ,An\ manl in business who is
unable to make quick decisions would not last loIui. lie would
soon be high and dr\ on ithe rocks of buiiness failure
But int spite of the tact that these business mten Illaintained that
they were operating at a loss, days and more days passed \without
any positive action being taken by government.

When something like this happens it would almost seem that
government wants to push these people out business'
The Square Deal boys have been pullnlg off some big deals in
business in this island in recent weeks.
Are we moving into a situation where a few of the poissec boys
dill control the whole commercial life blood of the nation'
The U.S. found this trend in business unwholesome and so it
passed an Anti-Trust Act to protect the public and small business
men from the octopus of financial control bs a few people.
Whatever the reason for all these delays may be. government
must be made to understand that there is need for continuity of
authority ....and quick decisions....if business in the islands is not
to be strangled by official incompetence and piocrastinatmion.
An old Chinese proverb warns that "hle who deliberates fully
before taking a step will spend his entire life on one leg "
In this case the government had no legs at all. [he Prices
Control Commission was dead. And the government, who was
responsible for resurrecting it., was silent\ looking on while a
vital section of the business commlnuntiy also moved slowly to its
death.
The U.S. has gone on permanent Daylight Saving Time ill oidei
to conserve fuel.
I must say that I don't like D.S.T. I have always tlound it
difficult to adjust to the change although I suppose that .. put ont
a permanent basis ... I would get accustomed to it.
But under conditions now facing the U.S. It made good sense
for the nation to go omi D.S.T.
Since then many islands in this area that are catering to the
tourist business have also gone on D.S.T. Places like Jamaica and
Trinidad, for example, which are in the tourist business, have
taken this action because they realize that it is important to the
tourist industry to have a uniform time for lthe area.
The Bahamas government has decided notl to go on D.S.T. and
the Prime Minister has tried to defend this action by saying that
this decision should not cause any inconvenience folt anyone
because there are different time zones all over the world.
This is true. There are at least three time /ones in thIe L'.S.
alone. Anyone travelling Ifromn here to I' gland knows befoic lie
starts that there is a flve-hour difference in time. Anyone whio
makes a trip around the world will find that lie has lost a day in
his life that he will never recover.
All this is true. But these differences in time apply to clearly
defined areas on the earth's surface.
It's a different thing when a traveller finds hiintself confused b\
time in an area because it has been decided that one little piece of
real estate should stick out on the face of the clock like a sore
thumb.
Personally I don't care one way or another but it would seem
to 'me that the government of a country that is so much
dependent on the tourist trade would do everything possible to
help the operation to function smoothly
When this kind of thing happens one is not surprised to learn


reflection on the calibre ofl the
mlanageiment lHigh sounding
titles ol heads of sections are'
no compensation for mediocre
programmes.
I don't know it the present
stall is capable oi using abo\e
the current lev lI otl
prograilmming buti. stllmettin.c
may be the IPilnm M\inister in
whose p or tfolio Radiot
Bahamas falls should serious\
address himself to lthe task ,!
improving the standard of
presentation ot programiimes
Ihe areas whlere'i iinprctnelllncls
could begin are
S1 I)Diction
I 2 ) PIrolnuI.ln atio
) 1 > Lnunciatimi
(4) Objective Relportin
S5 > Less iCO ilt. 's mitlsicC
I 0t Less clow ning.
(7 Less ic'\!I hod doing
"'is own tlint g
( ) Less \ Amricanism
c ) I ss dependence oil
News Papers tor ini irmat ion
(I0 ) \loit' ,ullutiral
programlill s u( c1l' uitia)l i ti the
OArginal /'NS 2)
I 1 1)1 Culitvation ot a hihercr
lc Acl (l plot )in.iSiTi n I
A WOULDi BF LISTENER


By-election

I HIS" \RHII(1t1 is being
wrilICn r oil Il tlMl 1 he/ore IIII I
election n dd\ and c'en before
the final puhli, meetings and Mr. Sinclair Ou
otihcr aillpailn activities are ***
completed I Ini. Ceerf thing The most p
can still happen hbetweeen now the campai
and the nd but iti ii s still not reasonably
(-)(o carls i 1 i.ke.' sone briel conduct maii
colniICnits oil In i c nti'est in St candidates an
Barnaba, supporters.
Oniie t the most interesting candidates ar
things a ilhe ihi iunpiecdcented ran into each
inuiLilir AMti OJ arldidates who and exchange
de ided o risk ilthC deposits At public
bs opposing thi' .am.lidate ol there wais th
the ruling prl\ in a on the part
hI -elect oni opposing cam
I Ie Bahaiiii.in people th e at an acceptat
deillonstrated tui l ic Imost part non-existent
that the1 pim! c il it t\,oparty meetings of t
Sstem tIi \\lh lih I p uhaps the Move ne nt.
licst a to i ndi11,m .11 stability apparently
in parliaitii'ill.\ dtlllmotciadC attempt on th
such as ouIs to break up mi
I he inidC'pi lndIllns who All in all th
eni red the' .onlies' knew this absence ot th
butl tlON a1,o) kiie~w. that among even hatred
liun, PtLP sItuppuoils in St displayed be
larnahai, til'rei als n uneasy forces in prev
Ieeling l t let down and being might be th
taken lor granted. No doubt merely bec
that was the main reason tor this was mere
the large number of candidates. Barnabas c
With the exception of Mr. by-election as
Randol I awkes, a confirmed national encoi
lone wsol in politics, the the political
independeiints were really PItP imniediatelv ii
people out to collect the votes Bu t it cou
which other PLPI people in St that the Bah
Barnabas did not want to give moving furt


it ten.
*****
leasing feature of
gn was the
high level of
ntained by the
d most ot their
Some of the-
id their generals
other in the field
d pleasant banter.
meetings also
e best behaviour
of those from
ps. Heckling was
ble level and even
at most ot the
he Free National
There was
no organized
ie part of anyone
meetings.
lere was a notable
he bitterness and
d which was
tween opposing
vious elections. It
at all this was
abuse the St.
ly because the St.
contest was a
s distinct from a
inter in which all
il stakes are
involved.
Id also be a sign
amiian people are
her away from


juvenile politics and nearer that
degree of self-discipline which
could set tnis nation in good
stead in the years ahead.

The standard of de-
bate, too, was not all that
bad except that Prime Minister
Pindling descended to
mud-slinging which was
obviously designed to stir up
hatred against the Free
National Movement.
The nation should be able to
look to its leaders for some
kind of example in the conduct
of public affairs. To be
vigorous and relentless in the
pursuit of political objectives is
"great. to exploit the
weaknesses of the opponent is
one thing but to attempt to
destroy the character of others
without justification is quite
another thing.
It is about time that
character assassination comes
to an end. Furthermore, while
humour is most welcome in
politics, it is also time
that politicians learn to answer
questions without the
camouflage of flippancy.
Perhaps the Prime Minister
needs to take these lessons to
heart more than anyone else.
The value of a vigorous


R4 I I


I )1 IOR. I he Tribune,
I was more appalled than
ever over the scandalous
behaviour of two of the
staffers of ZNS during the 7
p.m. news cast on lFriday
January 4th. Most of the news
dealt with the gasoline
situation as a result of the
shutdownn of the service
stations by the Petroleumi
Dealers Association.
I he two principal actors in
the drama were the News
Caster and the Roving
Reporter.
I he roving reporter posed
one of his questions to a
meinibr ot the public in this
fashion: "'H-ow do you regard
the unfair action ol tlhe
Petrolein l)Dealers Association
in closing down the gas stations
without prior warning to the
public'".'
I lie news caster in his
inimical stIle injected during
his "c omm lenitar" tliet
"reactann ofl U'MnI fic'ip1r in
ithe U tthn'r Mi l//I/,
Lircu istat II I t'\ ) w di / n' und l
gII at gull pot intil w/ilt uotIhrs
obtuincd supply' h i iorcihly
'lilut'riti fIre'iillls' whici h i/i rc1
'ct l 11ow !' ' 1 1 e1 s;
comniients were tantanlounllt tO
advising the Bahaiian public
that they 'tiould pcrpelra t
similar acts
Apart fromI these unseemlndy
cOl'ilnt'nts, t ihe "hole tenor of
their speech during tile'
coverage was hostile, aggressive
and inflammatory. On(e gt tlhe
impression that the iinewsmlenI
regarded the incident as tilhe
biggest bit of action ot the
century I'hey were actually
ranting with rage.
heir exhibition in this
particular matter reminded me
of a child who, alter
unwrapping his Christmas
present was so thrilled that he
ran about the house showing it
off to his brothers and sisters
in such uncontrolled gusto that
his parents had to come in andil
quiet himl down. One would
expect such a reaction fromni
kids and not from suppo-,edl\
mature radio announcers
Is there no one in lthe
Broadcasting hierarchN who
cares about the prostitution of
this important section of the
news media hly immature and
irresponsible staff'
Does anyone know what
objective reporting is'.' Until
the staff of ZNS is trained in
the art of objective reporting
they should confine themselves
o:l\k to reading Conmmunit.
Announcements provided they
can11 realld them correctly .
Another !LaeiCre of INS
which merit., comnment is the
sort programmlies carried
over its rc's",.c'ie channels.
Wh. i ist t her be a 24 honi
diel o f Iico is illililsic 0 da s a
week'. Ihe word "raucous" is
borrow ed from a ladl\
announcer who was in charge
oif a portit)n o f the programmeit
on Independence l)Da After
the programmes of the Official
tuincltI.tl.s were over she
rema' cd that instead of thle
ralucouls music which is
noniial'.S p.tae d she would
treat listeners to somei
classicalia' stuff One can only
say that it was an honest
stateitietit.
When the Corporation first
introduced Z N.S 2 it stated
that the object of the second
channel was to provide the
public with programmes ol
lassical and sem i-classical
nilistl for the benefit ol that
segment of the public which
hiad nto desire to listen to the'
raucous sluff rthe staffers
did a vert\ good job at tihe
beginning but. unfortunately. .
as tiue went bs the
prograriie dleteriorated adll
has since becomlle an extension
of Z\NS 1 and there eote we'
have bieen haavIg a double dose
of the ras sutll
iteI ti pe ol musical"
prograilmies aired oser the
station reflects anl acute
affliction ol La/iless which is


IN 1972 ELECTION:


1491


958


TEN FACE 'HOT SEAT'

PANEL ON MONDAY


Mental Hlealth Week opens
M nda\ witi a "ot t Sc'at"
prcse ntaitin al Stepeh n )Dillet
School on ult If Road ait 8

fhe idea (t the evening i toi
pul \arnos well-kntswsn ptlill
t l-ures in the "'hllot Scat" IiI
10 iniiiulU s to answl questions
putill to then h a panel.
Those ih. hate agreed t) sit
in the "Ihot Sea"t are ministerr
iof Ilomce m airs Darrcl Rolle..
President o t the Senate Ic i
Doris Johnsoin, IFN\M mtlilkbI i
o t P lr 1,aI I ienL t L N l, 1mi ii.ll
Solomon, chairman ol t I li
Ba ha ni a s B road cast ini
('Comn ssion S 11.\ ilh Billt'r
Jr.. pertiaienl seel I tart i tI h l
i1nistr i ol I dutalion Balt.,,n
B e th e 1 I )I C tw L .I
I lmnUlgrai on mdit p)sIlent oli
llic Baa liha ias o elliel'", ( t: il
Barbara Picla e. I rib ine
inlaii .t i g editor R )gei ).
( .r ron, public l" aliens
C xcitic 1' P. \nthlliol y \ lite.
autitl i Bisil ( I oo p 'l I 1d ,I
lne llb rC oI ) I the Bah tam a


qute stioainls ll be inst
SdaUildcCrs. SA liIed SCe.iis,. ('ilad' s
BIro wni. (.reg A rmlbiislteri
Jcannlic I tlitilpstln, l. I i>\
M itcheIll, J.ohn CIa i son anil a
repIescnlali te o tihe ,lVanguard
Nationalist Sotcialst Parl
ModeiIatoi tor the c\vening
will be DIr. IiIn Mc(Catn\i
On Tuesday, c\ening ,it S
at the l icah lMcl'hec Scthoo(tl.
\otilh will present an e nillng
)of entertainment..
Music will le provided b\I
Priscilla Rollins anid Bede
McKen/ie and tour short plaYi
will be presented h\ tthe
lleritage Plausers onI tihe
problems of today's y south


to be the most popular spot on the cruise ship itinerary. And so
it seems strange that it should he the one chopped off the list.
There must be a reason. It would be interesting to find out the
season. I wonder if it could be official inefficiency and downright
political hutmbug?'.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
What's to come is still unsure:
In delay there lies no plenty. SHAKESPEARE


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Opposition was clearly
demonstrated over the last
weeks. There are those who
believe that nothing of value
can be done by the Opposition
while the ruling party has such
a big majority in parliament.
The democratic process
cannot operate properly unless
there is an opposition which is
prepared to do its job and to
meet the ruling party straight
on down the line all the time.
True, this present
Government has shown
alarming dictatorial tendencies,
but those who say opposing
makes no difference anyway
should reflect on how much
further this Government would
go if all opposition in the
country was to disappear.
It appeared at first that the
PLP, after their overwhelming
by-election victory in Bain
Town would be content merely
to nominate their candidate
and go through the motions in
St. Barnabas. The fact that the
FNM nominated a candidate
and mounted a vigorous
campaign of canvassing and
public meetings brought the
ruling party out into the field
and even the Prime Minister
was seen knocking on some
doors.
That is way it should be.
When the Government believes
that it can afford not to be
accountable to the people,
then democracy is surely on
the way out.


II


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ST. BARNABAS BY-ELECTION VOTING RESULTS


the product ot limited
Inlaginaion I i /illness is also
evident in the production of
news tells News items are
usually quotesI from speeches
ol polliltcalns Mainy of tihe
quotes do i ot merit airing oi'ci
the radio but the are repealed
ad nauseaml It is often
wondered w hat the staffers
would do itf ithe did not have
such dribble to tall back oni
fhie abuse ot the national
radio by its staft is a dreadful


U


NO. Sinclair Arthur Randol Dudley RubyAnn Wen/fred Clyde
POLLINGDIVISIONS Rgd. OUTTEN FCEOVIPPER-EM H IdE GARIER Votes
POLLING DIVISIONS Regd. OUTTEN FOULKES FAWKES WILLIAMS e DARLING ASTIE GARDEN Votes
Voters (PLP) (FNM) (CLP) (Labour) (Ind (Ind.) (Ind.) Cast

1. S. C. McPherson Junior
High School, Blue Hill Road. 221 72 32 22 9 3 0 0 138

2. Naomi Blatch Primary 307 105 30 25 14 1 7 4
School, Blue Hill Road 307 105 30 25 14 1 7 4 186

3. Stephen Dillet Primary 243 55 30 21 10 6 23 1 141
School, Wulff Road
-,-
4. S. C. McPherson Junior 184 46 26 7 12 3 3 1 98
High School, Blue Hill Road

5. San Salvador
Elevating Association Hall, 309 98 53 8 16 3 8 6 192
Ragged Island Street

6. Stephen Dillet Primary 226 80 24
School, Wulff Road. 226 80 24 5 11 5 11 2 138


TOTALS 1490 456 195 88 72 21 52 14 893
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Saturday, January 19, 1974


bhr tribunt


All he has to do

is to pass the word
By Abigail Van Buretr
'F R ABBY: i am a 26-year-old single black man. I
'd pro football for a few years, hbve a degree in
management and a -,-!' job.
Dim 1 toOt 5 inches,. weigh 240 pounds, and have been
handsome. I neither smoke nor drink, am in excel-

NEW TESTAMENT CHURCH
P.L Box N4450 Phone 5-2012, 5-7048
.nlard Park Dolphin Drive North Y.W.C.A.
S VISIlTORSWELC Mm N,
Sund i. sr.,.es at 9 45 and I I a.m., 7 pm
i..n-j, F ily Service 7 p m.
Special Speaker Sunday, Jan. 20, 1974.
REV. JULIUS BRADSHAW
i -- lili II i i Il -


In order to retain ownership the general
Public is advised that the Union Wharf
md Development Limited driveway
trom Bay Street to Union Dock
closed from Saturday, January
I'1-i to Monday, January 21st, 1974.


I


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COMMONWEAIIH INDUSTRIAL ANK ITO.
Loans for any useful purpose


**",7 12 421
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Freeport 352-8307
Churchill Bldg.


Dunmore Lane
2-1154
Opp. Maura's
Ru6y Diediick,
Manager


0-iE


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(7~a


lent health, and work out in the gym three times a week.
I'm a good dancer, own a late model car, and have no
skeletons in my closet. I know many young ladies, but
some of the married ones are too friendly, and a relation-
ship with a married lady is not my thing, so that's out. All
the single chicks I know have boy friends, and I am not the
one to break up a romance. so that's out.
I'm clean, well-dressed, polite, and use the mouthwash
people hate, but I can't seem to get a girl. Why?
WANTS COMPANIONSHIP
DEAR WANTS: You must be kidding! Pass the word to
your friends, [married or single] that you are interested In
meeting a nice chick--object companionship, and you'll
need the Pittsburgh Steelers to run interference for you.
DEAR ABBY: Is it possible for a man to love two
women at the same time? NETTIIE
DEAR NETTIE: Yes, but it would be very tiring.
DEAR ABBY: "Piggy Bank Peggy" wrote to you say-
ing she cured her husband of using objectionable language
by getting a piggy bank and making him put a quarter in it
every time he used a swear word, and a dollar every time
he used a really dirty word.
Seeing as how I had the same problem with my hus-
band, I tried it. It didn't work. He got mad, used a swear
word. and asked me for 75 cents change, saying he had a
"dollar" word in mind but used a 25-cent word instead.
LITTLE OLD CHANGE-MAKER
DEAR ABBY: I have heard that a horse will not throw
a pregnant woman. Is that true? Please answer right away
as I have to know. WISCONSIN QUESTION
DEAR Qt F('TIO\: This one throws me! Since you
can't expect to get the answer straight from the horse's
mouth, ask a doctor. I think he'll give you a neigh.
DEAR ABBY: A lady asked if she should have cards
printed announcing her recent divorce, and stating that she
was available for dating.
You told her not to-that the word would get around in
other ways. I agree. But my experience along that line
goes back to 1898. We lived in Albia, Ia., a block from the
railroad. [My father worked in the yards.]
It didn't take us kids long to know when an oncoming
train carried a lady. The news that there was a hatbox
aboard got to us before the train pulled in.
"83 IN SALEM, O."
DEAR "83": Times haven't changed much. Now they
travel by jet. and carry wig boxes!
DEAR ABBY: I am enclosing a letter which appeared
in your column on Oct. 26, 1959. I cut it out of the Minneap-
olis Star and carried it in my wallet, and now as you can
see. it is yellow with age and falling to pieces. Your answer
did so much for me. Will you please print it again? I feel
certain it will mean a great deal to many others.
MINNESOTAN
DEAR MINNESOTAN: Yes. And here it is:
DEAR ABBY: Why will a married man pick up some
tramp and treat her like a lady? Then he will turn around
and treat his wife like a tramp. LYDIA
DEAR LYDIA: A man picks up a tramp because he
wants a female companion who is no better than he is. In
her company, he doesn't feel inferior. He rewards her by
treating her like a "lady."
He treats his wife [who is a lady like a "tramp"
because he feels that by degrading her, he will bring her
down to his level. This makes him feel guilty, so in order to
"get even" with his wife for making him feel guilty, he
keeps right on punishing her.
DEAR ABBY: Please tell your readers that any Family
Pi iir-i-r or Planned Parenthood Clinic will provide, com-
pletely confidential, birth control services to any woman of
any age for nothing or only a small fee
RUTH W. K., SEATTLE
CONFIDENTIAL TO ANYONE FOR WHOM IT IS NOT
YET TOO LATE: Don't make the mistake so many parents
(who can afford it] make-giving their children expensive
gifts instead of time and thoughtful guidance. The only real
security children will ever have in this life will come from
whatever ability they develop to get along with each other
and to make their own way, not from material things.

Problems? You'll feel better if you get it off your chest.
For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. 9700, LA.,
Calif. 90069. Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope.
please.
Hate to write letters? Send $1 to Abigail Van Burea.
132 Lasky Dr., Beverly Hills, Cal. 0012, for Abby's booklet,
"How to Write Letters for AM Occasions."
For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Weddnlag,"
senmd $1 to Abigail Van Buren, 132 L4sky Dr., Beverly Hills,
Chl. N212.


UWI stamps
POSITM 1\S R ( \1 lHarris
announced that on I ebruary 5
the Post Office will issue twoo
stalmlps to commeimorate the
25th anniversary ot the
L university of the West Indies
Ilihe denominations will be 15
cents and 1b cents.
I'he Postimaster is now read\
to accept orders and
applications should be made b t
post to reach him but IFebruar.
I1. Order tornis are available at
Post Office counters in Ncsi
Providence arnd Freeport
Forms may be completed and
left with the necessary amount
of cash at these offices
Postal applications should be
addressed to the Postmaster.
Philatelic Section. General Post
Office. Nassau and should be
accompanied by banker's draft.
mones order, postal order or
certified cheque to cover cost
Additional information may
be obtained by telephoning
Nassau. 2-3344. 2-3348 or
2-334L).


COMMITTEE MEMBERS ADMIRE RAFFLE PRIZE


SEVERAL MEMBERS of the Crippled Children's Committee
visited Bahamas Bus and Truck Company Limited this week to
inspect the Chrysler Newport automobiles offered as prizes in this
year's annual raffle. Both the Chrysler and a Dodge Monaco have
been donated by Alexis Nihon, who each year has provided the
committee with similar prizes for their raffle. Shown above, left
to right, are committee members Benson McDermott, Mrs.
Bismark Coakley, Mrs. Cherry Bethel. Mrs. Jack Smith. Mrs.
Robert Orr and Mrs. Wenzel Nichols. In the centre of the group
is Wyde Sands, director of Bahamas Bus and Truck, Chrysler
agents in the Bahamas. The prize Chrysler is on display daily in
front of the Royal Bank of Canada, Bay Street. The raffle draw
will take place on February 12 at the Cat and Fiddle night club
and will be broadcast over Radio Station ZNS.

Guardian story criticized


BAlHAMAS Monetary
Authority chairman T. Baswell
Donaldson has strong.
criticized a story appearing in
Monday's Guardian headlined
"BMA may restrict travel it
reserves get in bad trouble."
Mr. Dl)onaldson said
Tuesday that the story was
taken "out of context" from a
classroom-type situation in
which theoretical possibility,
not policy, were being
discussed.
Mr. Donaldson said he was
trying to impress upon bank
employees the importance of
accuracy in their statements to
the Authority.
Hie emphasized that the
Authority has only the pover
to advise government on
possible actions concerning
monetary policies. "We could
not restrict travelling,' he
asserted
Mr, Donaldson's remarks
were made last Thursday af a
Crippled children
donations
THE Crippled Children's
Committee acknowledges the
following donations:
lFamily Guardian Insurance
Co. $40, Anoniymous $20. Mr.
& Mrs A. R. Knowles (Second
donation SI1 5, Bethell
Robertson & Co. Ltd. $100.
Mr. & Mrs. (Canute Moseley
$40. Automotive & Industrial
Distributors Ltd. 5500,
Anonymous $100. Ms. Olga C.
I sfakis (Second donation) $20,
Anonymous 5850, Mrs Isabel
Ault (Second donation) S50.
Sir Berkeley & I ad Oriterod
S25. I 1). Sasso)on WVeltare
[rust (Second donation) S 100,
l)eltec Banking corporation n
$3 00, Bahamtas Racing
Commission &- Baham as
Raceco ltd. $1.102 2'. Mr. &
Mrs. Donald Pritchard ,25,(.
A. 1). Johnstone S60.-5.
AnonyImous S10, Mr & Mrs. J
M. Illiot 510. Anonymous
S50, ('. C dams (OQuartert
donation) S I 5, Anon lmousls

Violet Pritchard dies
MRS VIOLI I I Pritchard.
widow of the laiti () I
"Frank" Pntchard. died Fridas
afternoon at the home o tier
son and daughter-in-iw on
Retirement Road.
short illness.
Mrs. Pritchard was 3 0 ar'.
old.
She is survived bh a
daughter. Mrs (;eore
Lightbourn. one son Frank
Pritchard. seven grand hildrenii
and eight great-grandchildren
Funeral services for Mrs.
Pritchard will be held on
Sunday. January\ 20 at 4 30
p m. at the family grasesite at
Fbene/er Church cemetery
"

ARRIVE D TODAY
Bahama Star. Emerald Seas.
Flavia from Miami. Joina from
Jacksonville. Tropic Day from
West Palm Beach
SAILED TODAY: Fropic
day from West Palm Beach
TIDES:
High 4 56 anm. and 5:13
p.m.
Low 1 1 15 a.m and 1 1 07
p. m
SUN:
Rises 6:57 a .
Sets 5:43 p.m.


seminar for banking Ciemplo Ces,
sponsored by the Bankers
(lub.
A Tribune reportci attended
the seminar but did not report
on it as it s as evident the
discussion was theoretical and
vwas noi intended to inpli alny
change in police either by
government or the Monetary
Authority.


BAPTIST BIBLE CHURCH
Located on Soldier Road Old Trail.
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES.
Sun School: 10a.m.- r'-r^'^
Preaching 11 a.m. & 7:30 p.m.
Wed: Prayer & Praise: 7.30 p.m.
Fri: Youth Fellowship: 7:30 p.m.
THE FRIENDLY CHURCH
WITH A BIG WELCOME
Pastor H. Mills Ph. 51339 P. O. Box N3622.

D Nassau Christian and Missionary
ALLIANCE CHURCH
I Temporarily Meeting At Y.W.C.A. Building
Dolphin Drive at John F. Kennedy Drive.
S- t__1 Rev. Weldon B Blackford, Minister


WORSHIP HOUR 11 A.M
PARABLE OF THE
PROVOKED SON


GOSPEL HOUK / Pr"
INVITATION TO
REASON
IS.\I-\I Sl R I S


TUESDAY. 7.30 P.M. BIBLE AND PRAYER.
CORINTHIAN SERIES


W Have a "qrg
SUPER SUNDAY SESSION
WITH BALMORAL AND PAN AM
12 -3:00P.M.
Enjoy all you can eat from a
Delicious Bahamian Buffet Lunch
for $7.00 per person, plus gratuities
Children under 12, half price.
Theme: AMERICAN FOOTBALL HIBHUGHITS
Compliments of Pan American
beainnina at 12 nn 0lnnn


"THE IGNITERS" STEEL BAND
plays all afternoon!

*PanAm
& Th@ Holon
BaLmorat Boach Hotel
Invit you to Sonmhing Ipockb Today


AQUASPRING

home Iftaer purifier
iNow 'v.u can convert City Water into good-tasting pure drinking water
Ot a normal co t by' using an Aquaspring home water purifier. Available
ii two sizes.


2 GALLON CAPACITY
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construction insure reliable operation.
AQUASPRING consists of four basic
components.
1, Pastic and condenser unit with wooden handle
The heating element is mounted inside the cover
unit
2 Heat resistant Pyrex boiler (half gallon
capacity)
3 Plastic stand with collector plate.
4 Polyethylene receiving bottle (half-gallon
capacity) Bottle is designed to be conveniently
stored in the refrigerator, either horizontally or
vertically


$150 PURIFIES
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$26500 PER DAY.


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PREFERABLE IYPE OFSTRUCTURE
Super markets, retail stores,
warehouse, office buildings

RETURN ON EQUITY
10% minimum
higher when credit warrants it.
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NOTICE
Nr01 hereby given that JOAN VIPOND LONSDALE
f, ii 1. Eastern Road, Nassau is applying to the
possible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
ras a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
knows any reason why registration should not
be should send a written and signed statement of
n '. within twenty-eight days from the 19th day of
Janj i 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
ond Litizenship, P. O. Box N7147, Nassau




NOTICE

OTl(C1- is hereby given that EDNA WILSON of Blue Hill
d, P. 0 Box N3416, Nassau, Bahamas is applying to the
'inster responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
'e-oiation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
,'-rson who knows any reason why registration should not
ie gi anted should send a written and signed statement of
1hb facts within twenty-eight days from the 19th day of
J,,ar,ai; 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
d C tizzenship P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE
*:.iiI [i, heebcy given that JOHN THOMAS ROUSSY of
a ,* By Streel, Nassau, Bahamas ( P, 0. Box N7789) is
', t the Minister responsible for Nationality and
S ,hp, r registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
(i 'hjit any person who knows any reason why registration
,id not be granted should send a written and signed
"'-'nit of the facts within twenty-eight days from the
day of January 1974 to The Minister responsible for
Siiality and Citizenship P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE
iT. heieby given that ANNIE LORRIE FULFORD
S Oip e, Giand Bahama is applying to the Minister
: lt i .. ii.. for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
tti ti/e of The Bahamas, and that any person who
S. y reason why registration should not be granted
Send a written arid signed statement of the facts
*.h-,, itwenty-eight days from the 12th day of January
to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
,',. h P 0. Box N7147, Nassau.





NOTICE
iI is ht-ieby given that EILEEN MAY HODGES of
S:, d Nassau P. 0. Box N-3919 is applying to the
Sr.i responsible tot Nationality and Citizenship, for
nti., toni as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
ho knows any reason why registration should not
: l | itd should send a written and signed statement of
within twenty-eight days from the 12th day of
a ,,, 19/4 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
S(.en',p, P. O. Box N7147, Nassau.


NOTICE
i m hereby given that GEORGE WILLIAM
,,', I a 'itenRoad Nassau, P. 0. Box N-3919 is
o their Minister responsible for Nationality and
; -. is ..ii registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
1 r' 1.) prison who knows any reason why
h' *.t I uld not be giianted should send a written
S ,'i t *'atntmient of the facts within twenty-eight days
-f i day sof January 1974 to The Minister
; .ii. foi N.itionality ard Citizenship, P. 0. Box
; i 7 ; .l / ,+,:-au.


NOTICE


- It9 i hseieby given that GEOFFREY ANTHONY
1: , lutkasway Road, Nassau is applying to the
-, t -;.oi isponsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
.. .' a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
.,*n he kws any reason why registration should not
S.: ld send a written and signed statement of
: V. thii twentv-eight days from the 12th day of
1, i114 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
-. ,i-,'lsip, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.


NOTICE


"ll t ii- ihebyv given that MARCIA ANNE PLATTS of
.,;-.-.va,i Road, Nassau is applying to the Minister
, i;t. -,hilt fori Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
1 .i ..-ii iif Thie Bahamas, and that any person who
m ...iv iit'iasoi why registration should not be granted
,ii ,nt-iti a written and signed statement of the facts
.. *': t .siit,-eight days from the 12th day of January
i tI The Ministei responsible for Nationality and
, -.,-* ,t) i 1 0 Box N 7147, Nassau.


NOTICE


,I I t. h -hv Ivn that RUTH CASTLE o' Tuckaway
o .. ii- mi l oidt, Nassau, Bahamas is appimIng to the
W*ip i espoisible foi Nationality and Citizenship, for
iirtiailioni as a cittien of The Bahamas, and that any
i-, 'i iii who knows any season why registration should not
Iht i iit'id stiiouild send a written and signed statement of
!h( '!s wifilhn twenty-eight days from the 12th day of
laiuiiy 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
mod(1 Cti/tenshii, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.



NOTICE
.NOT c is thereby given that JOSEPH SAMUEL GARVEY
0i iqht Mle Rock, Grand Bahama. F. 0. Box F-2659 is
,ippling to the Minister responsible for Nationality aiid
Ci tinshi. fori egistration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
,.i t i'l a my person who knows any reason why
S,,[It amat .In ,hould "of be granted should send a written
,Ind itnied ,tteiiient of the facts within twenty-eight days
oand tied lth i ay of January 1974 to The Minister
eponsible e o Nationality and Citizenship, P. 0. Box
N7147, Nassau


Toyota 1000 with radio and a number of trips to the
PREPA RE P LA N S FO R United States and Europe will be drawn on that night.
Music for the evening will be provided by the Lou Adams
RED CR OSS BA LL Orhetra, compliments of the Lyford Cay Club, Tickets
KRED CRvOSS BA LL for te Ball may be obtained by calling Lady Prescott
Seated (left to right) are: Mrs. Fred Fleischer, honorary
COMMITTEE MEMBERS for the annual Red Cross Ball co-secretery; Mrs. Paul Adderley, first vice-chairman; Lady
make final plans for the gala event to be held in La Precott, chairman; Mrs. Harry Oakes, vice chairman; Mrs.
Chandelle Ballroom of the Halcyon Balmoral Hotel on Orville Turnquest and Mrs. John Boon. Standing (left to
Saturday, January 26. The Ball promises to be one of the right) are: Mrs. Ed Bethel. Mrs. Nelia Winn, Mrs. Kenneth
most exciting ever. There will be many interesting door Elliott, Mrs. Duane Beam, vice-chairman and Mrs. Jane
prizes, donated by Nassau merchants; table prizes donated McAlpin.
by Estee Lauder and some 18 raffle prizes including a


NEW BAHAMAS TOURISM CHIEF

FOR UNITED KINGDOM & EUROPE


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MI('CHAL GURNELL has
been appointed head of the


PRESENTSt


"THE

DEACON

WYLIE

REVUE"


SONNY JOHNSON

& THE SUNGLOWS

3 Shows Nightly


MUSIC FOR YOUR
DANCING PLEASURE


Jacket Required.


Exciting things are

happening at the Fabudous

Trade Winds Bar & Lounge

Paradise Island


NOW APPEARING


WENIDEL STUARI


SHOWTIMES NIGHTLY: 10:40 & 12:40

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


I[lu III luse


Llot


Bahamas tourist offices in
London and Europe The
29-year-old Englishman brings
to his new post a considerable
breadth of c experience
including airline sales and
reservations, promotional
campaigns, the hotel industry
and group conference and
incentive travel.
"My new appointment is the
biggest challenge I have had to
face in my career to date." said
Mr. Gurnell. "But I know the
Bahamas and I think the sunm
of my. experience to date has
equipped me well for this
particular job. In today's
economic climate my task
must be a tough one h but an
exciting one, too, and I look
forward very much to tackling
the job in hand.
The new director (U.K. and
Europe) is to replace Mr.
Robert Duffett, who left the
Tourist Office at the end of the
International Boat Show of
which the Bahamas was a
major sponsor, and who has
held the post "for seven happy
years." Said Mr. Duffett, "I am
sure Mr. Gurnell is right to
look upon his new job as a
tough but exciting one. I have
enjoyed working for the
Bahamas tourism and I knoi
Mr. Gurnell will." Mr. )Dutletl
takes up his new poist
immediately as :uropc a
Director for the Norwegian
Caribbean Line.
Mr. Gurnell began his caimet
as a management trainee with
Pan Am in 1962 and during the
following four years his wtiirk
covered every aspect of tIfi
airline industry on the sales
and reservation side. Itis
training included computer
operations, sales tariffs.
supervision, personnel
management and advance sales
techniques.
In 1966 he moved to
Manchester as sales supervisor
for Pane Am where he expanded
his experience to include
interline sales and promotional
..ampaigns within the trade andi
for the passenger market.
Three years later Mr. Gurnell
moved into the h'-tcl industry
when he became U.K. salesman
for Intercontinental Hlotels.
Here his function was to
promote the trade and to
develop group and conference
business.
In 1970 he was asked to set
up a group conference .and
incentive travel division for
Shoulder Brothers. This work
involved him in maintaining a
close liaison with hoteliers and
airlines as well as the iracel
agency trade and in writing and
producing brochures, film and
slide presentations, mail shots.
discussions with companies,
associations and federations.
His work also involved him in
a.i'rfising. cost analysis and
budgeting.
Mr Gurnell was
subsequently offered a place
on the Board of Wellings and
McMillan Ltd. where he has
worked for the past two years.
His major task here was to give
the company a complete
i":,lift" by redesigning the
whole image from letterheads
to ticket wallets, producing a
company logo and producing
promotional literature.
Following the appointment
of the new Director-Furope,
the Ministry of Tourism
announced that Mr. James
South s, who has been senior
sales -epresentative with the
Bahamas Tourist Office for the
past seven years, has become
Manager-U.K. Mr. Southon and
his European counterpart,
Walter Friedrich, the Manager
for Germany, Switzerland and
Austria, will report to Mr.
Gurnell.


MICHAEL GURNELL,
newly appointed Director -
Europe for Bahamas Tourism.


SITUATION VANT


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 Tributn
I'. Box .V-3207







LET US

SHOW YOU

SAN ANDRYS.


You've heard so much about
San Andros ... don't you
want to see what's in it for
you? Stop by Grosham
Property and let Nelson
Ferguson tell you how you
can own valuable land on Sanri
Andros for as little as $45
DOWN and $45 MONTHLY.
And, these BAHAMA
VILLAGE homnesites are the
biggest yet. Big in size and big
in value for you.
NELSON FERGUSON

VISIT
GROSHAM PROPERTY LTD.
107 Shirley Street Phone: 2-7662
An old company, serving the Bahamas since 1947.


Come and bring a friend!
YOUR TICKET TO PARADISE!


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from the hum drum

to the TROPICAL SETTING of the


PARADISE BEACH PAVILION
overlooking beautiful Paradise Beach

Pleasant service of reasonably priced meals under the
personal direction of Bernard FPrron.
Breakfasts Lunch Dinner. Open from 7:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.

RESERVATIONS: 5-7541
Paradise Beach Pavilion isust west of the Holiday Inn.
WHERE JAMES BOND MADE THUNDERBALL


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MONDAY JAN. 21st- 8 p.m. AT STEPHEN DILLET SCHOOL "HOT SEAT"
Di. Tim McCartney presents a number of well-known persons who will answer
questions put to them by a panel and the audience.

TUESDAY JAN. 22nd 8 p.m. AT URIAH McPHEE SCHOOL
"An Evening of Entertainment" Music by Priscilla Rollins and Bede Mackenzie. New
Heritage Players directed by Mr. Willis Woods will show four short plays. Admission
$1. under 15 free.
WEDNESDAY JAN. 23rd 8 p.m. Z.N.S.
"THE PROBLEMS OF TODAY'S YOUTH"
THURSDAY JAN.'24th 8:30 p.m. AT TEACHERS TRAINING COLLEGE
W'-ston Saunders panel discussion "Quality of Films Shown in Nassau Today"
SATURDAY JAN. 26th 9 a.m. TO 1 p.m. & 8 p.m. TO 10 p.m.
GOVERNMENT HIGH
Ages 13 to 16 years "Finals in Oratorical Contest"
Ages 17 and over "Finals in Oritorical Contest"
"Open Day" Sandilands Hospital 2- 6 p.m, Police & St. Augustine's Bands Guided Tours
and tea will be served.

This space kindly datedd hy BI:'THIT:l. ROBI RTSOV & (U. L.TD
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Saturday, January 19, 1974


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Shirley St

NO() SHOWING thru
Thursday, "'Blood of the
Drag(in.' matinees at 00 and
14:5. evening 8 30. No one
under 1 will be admitted.


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Virgnia, these plot
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Bazaar
ROSETTA STREET
TWO DOORS WEST OF
MONTROSE AVE


Depository where Oswald
works, the assassination is
accomplished. Oswald is
captured according to plan hut
L anrcaster's aide, C('olby
Chester, speaks to strip-joint
operator Jack Ruby and the
latter iulls Oswald After the
nflemen leave the country.
Lancaster has a tatal heart
attack.

Wuiff Rd
NOW SHOWING thru
Tuesday, "The Black Six," plus
"Kill or Be Killed" Sundays
showings continuous from 5
p.m., Monday and Tuesday
matinee continuous from 2:15,
evening 8:30. Parental
discretion advised.
Starts Wednesday, "1
Escaped From Devil's Island"
plus "Across 110th Street"
matinee continuous from 2 30,
evening 8:30 No one under 17
admitted.
Devil's Island, the Irench
penal settlement, one of three
rock, islands off the coast oft
French Guiana, the fascinating
locale of novels, plaxs aind
movies, is the setting in which


the escl1t'g ncrV film starring
Jiun Brown takes place.
"'I1 I shaped From l)evil's
Island" presents Jim Brown as
a conl icted I murderer,
desperate enough to plan anl
escape, with fellow prisoners.
While it is true that no manl
eesi broke trriii that prison, it
is also truc that n1) prison ever
hr ke I fihat iian I l tie
electric. ;i. charged screenplay
is bh Richard Adalms
Christopiher Gecoige is teatured
as a fellow escapee
Also on the cast are Rick
I I Richard Rust, James I ulsi,
Bob Harris. Robert Phillips,
Jan Merlin, PIaul Richardis and
(; 1i cli ios. I hc e i was
directed h i William WWitiner,
Cops and ro hh'ers alike
resort to extreme i olence' in
the Filni (Guaiantors. Inc.
production of "Across I10th
Street" whiihl stars -Anthionyi
Quriinn. Yaphet K!tto and
Anthons Francrisa
Quinn takes a dual part int
the movie as star and also
executive co-producer with
Blarrsn !. ir who directed
Disrguised as black ',hoods.
.o- st-ir Pa'ul Benijainn and I d
Bernrd opens the 1mtionii
picture whien the\ steal
S300.000 trouit a Mafia ring


and kill five men and two
policemen.
I he Mafia sends Franciosa
to recover the loot and he
derives sadistic pleasure in
finding, cutting up and
castrating Antonio Fargas, the
driver of the get-away car for
Benjamin and Bernard.
Kotto takes the part of a
police lieutenant determined to
see justice done. His fellow
officers however, shoot down
Benjamin when he is caught
disposing of Franciosa and
Quinn. a 33-year-old policeman
about to reture and also on the
Malia take.
Quinn ends up the last
person killed.

Savoy

Starts Saturday night 8:30
p.m. and plays thru Tuesday,
"The Ston Killer" plus
"Hammer" Sunday thru
Tuesday matinee continuous
from 2:15, evening 8:30. No
one under 17 admitted. Late
feature Tuesday night.
Starts Wednesday, "The
Queen Boxer" plus "The Slave
Empress" matinee continuous
from 2:45 evening 8:30
plus late feature Friday night.


BEVERLY HILLS
James Cagney says he is still
"just a song and dance man"
who tap dances daily to keep
in shape.
The craggy-faced actor will
temproarily end 12 years of
retirement on March 13 to
appear for a tribute by the
American Film Institute at a
black-tie dinner at tlhe


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that DOTESS REYOLAS
TUCKER of Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and it,.- ". ', fo"
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
tne facts within twenty-eight days from the 12th day of
January 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. 0 Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that CANUTE ADOLPHOS
SCOTT of 60 Adventurers Way, Freeport, Grand Bahama is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas.
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 12th day of January 1974 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P. 0. Box
N7147, Nassau.


Century Plaza Hotel in Los
Angeles.
The tribute, with singer
Frank Sinatra as the host, will
be the first major public
appearance of Cagney since
his last film, "One, Two,
Three," 12 ears ago. He
retired to raise cattle in
Dutchess County, New York.
Cagney, now 71, told
newsmen he is about 25
pounds over his hoofing
weight of 150. His red hair
had turned gray and was
thinning, but he had lost
none of his bounce and quick
wit.
He said: "Yankee Doodle
Dandy." for which he won an
Oscar as best actor in 1942,
was his favourite picture, but
he said he never watches his
old films on television except
to catch an occasional dance
number.
"Being an old athlete I like
to watch sports ont
television," he said. "I also
like the musicals and watch
some drama.
"I've seen some danm good
performances from young
kids coming up. They're so
far ahead in technique than
we were at that age. I saw
Robert Forster cut it right
down the middle. I saw
Kathy Browne. She'll do."
Cagney said he is writing
an autobiography.
"I'm doing a book now,"
he said. "In self defense. A
fellow came out with a book
about me. A paste-up job and
a piece of junk."
He said the closest he came
to coming out of retirement
was when he was offered the
part of Henry Doolittle in
"My Fair Lady." (AP)
MOON:
Rises 3 58 .m.
Sets 2:43 p.n.


'Get well' letters


swamp Bing Crosby

BL'RIIN I.I Ml Calif. About 1 .000 letters a da liavc beet n
pouring into the hospital for singer Bing C'roshy, recoc ering irom
removal of two-fifths of his left lung, hospital spokesmen sa\
Peninsula Hospital officials said Croshy remained in
satisfactory condition. Only his wile Kathryn and other l.im:l1
members are allowed to visit.
"All ages have been telephoning him," said chief telephone
operator Winnie Ferguson. "' hey all have two things in cunimon.
They all say, 'I remember when' and they are all concerned'


Spokesmen said the letters
and the uncounted calls have
been coming in from around
the world since the 6n-y ear-old
entertainer was hospitalized
with a lung ailment on New
Year's Eve.
Calls reportedly came from
stars Dorothy Lamour. Bobh
Hope. Tennessee Frnie Ford
and song writer Irving Berlin,
among others.
Meanwhile, the 1 S
communicable disease center at
Atlanta joined public health
.ilul'b and specialists froin
the University of California in
efforts to determine the precise
nature of the fungus-like
bacteria found in Crosh's
lung.
Initial testing indicated it
may be a rare fungus like those
found in African soil, said
Crosby's family physician, Dr.
Stanley Hanfling lie said
Crosby visited Africa on a
safari in October
Hanfling said no signs of
cancer have been found in tests
so far.

Topless

masseuses

in dispute
DEt IROIT Fight fornier
topless masseuses are seeking a
state employment security
commission order giving them
their old jobs, back pay and
the right to unionise and eat
submarine sandwiches.
The women claimed they
were fired by the American
massage parlour in Ann Arbor
after organizing in October tor
fight what they .I!. i.1
harassment by management'
Several of the women told
administrati e Judge James
Kurtz that parlour operator
Terry Shoultes refused to let
them turn up the heat even
though they worked topless.
They also complained he tried
to dictate the type of food
they ate.
"One day he came in and
saw us eating submarine
sandwiches and told us never
to eat those kinds of food,"
said Lou Ann Fish, 22, who
said she was a student at the
University of Michigan.


MrcACIJEIN


meets actor

Sidney
Mrs. l\ mLen 0. Piinlinil
with actor Sidiies 'Poitier
aind Joania Shiimnku at i ,
reception at tliltk Berl
wV ilshire Hotel in Los
\iAneles where slic
aiccomnpanied the Prime
Minister on a speaking
engagement before the Los
\nigeles WIorld Afftairs


STARTS SUNDAY! AT 7:00

They call him the
Black Fox...
he cleans the scene
and makes his name



in the money game


AND AT 8:50
DIRTY LITTLE BILLY
MICHAEL.L POLLARD
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NOW TPTRR THUR1)\Y
Matinee 3:00 & 4:55, Evening 8:30 -'Phone 2-1004, 2-1005

SI X FEET OF SiVERP DEATM!






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a-r METROCOLOR .
NO ONE L11 1 I; 1, A 1Mli 1
Reservations not claimed IS 8: 15 will I, s
on first conie, lirst served basis
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Now thru Tuesday Sunday thru T "
Matinee starts at 2:15 Sunday continue
Evening 8:30 from 4:30
"THE STONE KILLER" R. Monday continuous
Charles Bronson from 3:00
Martin Balsam
"WELCOME HOME
PLUS SOLDIER BOYS" R.
"HAMMER" R. Joe Dan Baker

F-ed Williamson PLUS
Vonetta McGee "TROUBLE MAN" R.
"Robert Hooks,
No one under 17 admitted Paula Kelly
'Phone 2-2534 No one under 17 admitted.



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Sunday continuous from 5 p.m.-'Phone 3-4666
Monday Matinee continuous from 2:15, Evening 8:30
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CLASSIFIED


SECTION


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


REAL ESTATE I FOR RENT
C 3198I -


BUY NOW!
SAN ANDROS
LOTS
14,500
sq. FEET!
Almost 1/3 acre
$45 DOWN, $45 per MONTH
CALL OR VISIT
FRANK CAREY
REAL ESTATE
P. 0. Box N4764
BAY & DEVEAUX ST.
TEL. 27667. 24815
C13120
LOT 118 x 155 Montag.
Heights. Lot 100 x 11:;
Gleniston Gardens, Phone
5-8512.

C13260
HILLTOP OUT WEST 3
bedrooms 2 baths, furnished,
pool, patio and gorgeous views,
immaculately furnished asking
$88,000.00. See anytime.
OUT EAST houses on the
water, on the hilltop, and
inland. We have the listings we
need the purchasers.
VILLAGE ROAD AREA
houses as low as $35,000 00
and up. We can finance
one-stop transaction. Four
courteous sales people to take
good care ot you as we are
born sellers.
DAMIANOS
DAMIANOS REALTY
Dial 22033, 22305, 22307
evenings 41197.

C 13262
HOUSES WINTON HIGHWAY
as low as $65,000.00 and up
to $150,000.00. See anytime
we can guide you on the best
Real Estate Tour available.
Consult the Born Sellers in
Real Estate.

DIAL DAMIANOS
REALTORS 22033, 22305
evenings 41197

C13261
ONE HOUSE, enclosed
grounds rear patio for
entertaining house has 2
bedrooms 2 baths, furnished.
rights to Sandy Beach for as
low as $35,000 00 was
$40,000.00. Only $10,000.00
down Balance amortized
monthly on TEN YEAR
MORTGAGE Come see you
would be glad you did.
DAMIANOS
DAMIANOS REALTY
Dial 22033, 22305,
evenings 41197.

C 13096
DAVSON'S REAL ESTATE
CO. LTD
(Certified Real Estate Brokers
& Appraisers)
Phones 21178 55408
P.O. Box N-4648,
Nassau, Bahamas
Proudly present
SMASHING REAL
ESTATE BARGAINS
THROUGHOUT THE
COMMONWEALTH
2, 3 and 4 BEDROOM
HOUSESS in the following
areas.
EASTERN ROAD
EASTERN ROAD on the
water as well as on the hills.
SAN SOUCI
BLAIR ESTATES
GLENISTON GARDENS
WINTON
THE GROVE (West Bay)
SKYLINE HEIGHTS
NASSAU EAST
SEA BREEZE
VILLAGE ROAD
GOLDEN GATES
HIGHLAND PARK
PROSPECT RIDGE
WESTWARD VILLAS
C 0 N D 0 M I N I U M
APARTMENTS in PARADISE
ISLAND
EAST BAY STREET
WEST BAY STREET
HOTELS and HOTEL SITES,
BEACH LOTS, COMMER-
CIAL LOTS, RESIDENTIAL

ACR E A G E FOR
DEVELOPMENT IN THE
NASSAU AND FAMILY
ISLANDS SUCH AS GRAND
BAHAMA LONG ISLAND
ELEUTHERA, ABACO.
45 ACRE CAY IN THE
EXUMAS WITH DEEP
WATER HARBOUR AND
MORE
CALL
DAVSON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENCY
Phone 21178 or 80932 21178
P. 0. Box N-4648


Nassau, Bahamas

FOR RENT
C13044
F U RN ISHED AND
AIRCONDITIONED 1. one
Bedroom apartment and
efficiency. Contract Don
Pritchard at 5-8679.
C13016
LOWER FLOOR two-storey
stone building situate on
Corner Providence Avenue and
Albury Street, Chippingham,
formerly Self Service Food
Store. Tel. 35053 Edward
Chea, Dunmore Avenue.

C 13099
"THE WAKEFIELD
APARTMENTS" Corner
Cordeaux Avenue, Englerston.
C;. and Two-bedroom
apartments, completely
furnished.
Telephone daytime 28272,
after 6.00 p.m. 53418.


II


C!3068
COTTAGES ad apartment .
daily, weekly or moinhly
iirconditioned, filly firnrisheri,
maid snr-lie ava.rlable. I uvei'
clarde!n a id swimmin.ig pool.
Telephone 31297 31093.

C13199
TWO Bedroom Apaitment,
unfurnished, Mackey Street
South, water included. Also,
Store, same location, ideal for
business or office. Phone
2-8086.


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.
C13098
"MAUDONNA APART-
MENTS" Corner Mt. Roal
Ave-lue and Durham Street,
Two bedroom apartments,
con mpletely furnished.
Telephone daytime- 28272,
after 6.00 p.m. 53418.

C13282
ONE 3 bedroom 3 bath
apar tment. I 1 bedroom
apartment Village Road area.
Phone 411/7 from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. only PLEASE.

C13279
COMPLETELY furnished
apaitmenfs, Blue Hill Road,
South. One block south of
Soldier Road East of the new
Primary y McPherson School.
Rent $235. per ront Phone
2-3287.
C13288
NFW Three bedroom. 2 bath,
Home, Johnson Rd. call
2-4169 before 5:30 p.m.

FOR SALE

C 13220
Quantity of crockery and
cutlery suitable for restaurant
use. Reasonably priced. Phone
32233.
C 13202
BONNEVILLE Triumph 650
Chopper. Phone 31151
between 5 and 6 p.m.
C13255
SYLVANIA 12" TV. Phone
53465


C 13235
FOUR burner gas stove
$80.00, Call 28885 or 31795.
C 132t69
ONE Stainless Steel
CornrmmerLual Refrigerator in
working order, approximately
'in cubnu feet. Call Nassau
Yacht Club. 3 1560.

C 13254
1969 OLDSMOBILE 442.
Excellent condition. $3,000.
MINI FRIDGE brand new.
$200
55905.

C I -'. .',-
ARRIVAL OF CITY POWER
TO ELEUTHERA PLACES
1 4.5 K. wt LISTER
GENERATOR
IN EXCELLENT CONDITION
FOR SALE AT BARGAIN
PRICE 4,400.00
Price includes:
e14.5 Kilowatt Lister
Generator bought in March
1972 and used less than 6000
hours. C'l?.fully maintained
and insp-rtIed eveiy week to
keep it in prime condition.

* 1,000 Gallon Storage Fuel
Tank in top condition.

* Pump to get diesel frorn
storage tank to feeder tank.

* Plus assortment of spare
parts and filters still in their
factory wrapping.

* Plus trucking generator and
tank to desired port in
Eleuther a
Contact:
Mi. Richard Rolle
Ext. 20 or 15. Governor's
Harbour, Eleutheria.

CARS FOR SALE
C132 16
1971 PONTIAC VENTURA
sports model. Vinyl sliding
sun-roof R a d i o ,
airconditioned, power steering,
power brakes. Excellent
condition. Low mileage.
B$2950.00. Phone 4-2014
after 6 p.m.

C 13038.
BLACK CHEVROLE.
CAPRICE in excellent
condition. L. J. Knowles. Tel:-
58134.
C13226
GOOD BUY! EASY ON GAS!
Clean, good running condition,
1964 Dodge Dart 4 Dr $950.
Phone 5-4380


C 13265
1968 BLUE CUTLASS
OLDSMOBILE. Good
condition, airconditioned. Call
31251 after 5.


CARS FOR SALE


C132t36
FED-UP WITH GAS
DRINKERS? Economical '71
Avenger with new automatic
transmission only $1195. Call
3-1397 after 5:30 or weekend.
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.

C13227
1969 DODGE DART-Power
steer ing. Airconditioned, 6
cylinder engine, new paint
$1,400. Phone TEXACO
SEASIDE SERVICE STATION
31230

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.

C13280
AT MOTOR CENTRE
WE HAVE
THE USED CAR
FOR YOU

1970 A.M.C. AMBASSADOR
A/C, A/T, P/S, P/B, Radio,
P/W, AT ONLY. $3300.00
1970 CHEVY IMPALA A/T A/C
P/S, P/B, Freshly painted AT
ONLY $3200.00
1970 FORD FAIRLANE A/T
P/S, Radio, Freshly Painted AT
ONLY. $2000.00
1971 A.M.C. JAVELIN
SST A/T, P/S, P/B, Radio, a
very clean car. AT ONLY
$3300.00
1969 FORD MUSTANGA/T,
A/C, P/S, P/B. Vinyl Top,
freshly painted and in very
good condition AT ONLY.
$1900.00
1969 MERCURY COUGAR.
A/T, A/C, P/B, Radio, Freshi/
Painted. AT ONLY, $1600.00
1971 A.M.C. HORNET A/T,
Radio, Front Disc Brake.
freshly painted. AT ONLY.
$2400.00
1972 FORD MAVERICK
A/T, Radio, freshly painted.
AT ONLY. $3500.00
1970 TOYOTA CROWN A/C
A/T, P/B, P/S, Radio, Ice Box
in Trunk, freshly painted. AT
ONLY. $2300.00
1972 AUSTIN 1300 S/T,
Radio. AT ONLY. $1300.00


1969 VOLKSWAGEN 1300.
S T, Radio. At ONLY,
$1300.00
1969 TOYOTA CORONA
A/T, Radio AT ONLY.
$1250.00
1969 FIAT 124. S/T AT
ONLY $500.00
1970 HILLMAN HUNTER
S/T At ONLY. $1200.00
1972 DODGE AVENGER.
S/T. AT ONLY. $1600.00
MOTOR CENTRE
THOMPSON BOULEVARD
OPP. DAVIS STREET
P. 0. 3ox N-3741
PHONE 56739
NASSAU, BAHAMAS


MARINE SUPPLIES
C 13065
PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.
C 11894
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.
C 13253
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.
C 13259
16 FOOT Nova Scotia boat,
complete with motor, steering
wheel and trailer. Telephone:
41613 after 6 p.m.

C13291
IF IT FLOATS WE HAVE
IT!
All sizes, sail or power.
Contact
Inter national Yacht Sales
Miami, Florida
Tel. (305) 758-0049
C13046
MOVING?

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



APPROVED CARGO
RIGHTS


S MARINE SUPPLIES


C 13287
YACHTS AND BOATS LTD.

CHRIS CRAFT

CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS

AVON INFLATABLES


53 tout Mathews with G M.
diesels. An older boat vt,-y
comfortable for living aboard
or cruising. $14,000,00

24 foot custom built Consul
sport fisherman by Rybovitch.
built by the owner of the yard
for his own use, this is
exceptional and the only one
of its type. Very complete and
as new. See us.

26 foot Chris-Craft Cavalier
with a Chris 210 H.P. V-8.
Excellent condition and well
equipped. Sleeps 4 with
enclosed head. Priced at
$5500.00.

AT THE DIVE SHOP

New aluminum tanks just in.
Have good supply of all scuba
equipment all by best
suppliers such as Dacor, U.S.
Divers, Parkway and more.
Suits, knives, gauges, we have
them all. Come and see us. At
the shop with the dive flag
awning, Nassau's most
complete dive shop.

P.O 0 Box N1658
Telephone 2-4869

C13283
27' CHRIS CRAFT
CAVALIER, new engine,
radio, good condition. Must
sell bought bigger boat. Can
be seen a' Rayshore Marina.
The '4.c's'. Call Hendrickson
21784 to 5 p.m. 41323 after
5 p.m.


PETS FOR SALE
C13225
GOOD HOME wanted for one
female purebred Gei manr
Shepherd puppy. 12 weeks old.
All shots. Excellent pet for
guard dog. Ownei 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-1
C6603
WELL established beauty salon
with good following located i .
high traffic area looking for
buyer at sacrifice price.
For further particulars write
to: Adv. No. C-6603, c'o The
Tribune, P. 0. 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 beqin again for 8-14
year olds. Tuesday 15th ann
Thursday 17th January 4.00
p.m. Villa Doyle. Details
34771 4 p.m. 7 p.m.
C13277
IF you are having problems
trying to find a Nursery School
come to the A.B.C. Nuisery
School on Rosetta Street (age
- 2'r, to 5 years) Tel. 5-8096.

C 13043

TRAVELLING?

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


IIATA
APPROVED PASSENGER
RIGHTS
C13047
WOLSEY HALL
THE OXFORD CORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE


'rhatNccr the qujlia'ic.diOn }ouL anl
o CE '0' and 'A" leul,. a London
Lnneren Degr Oee. Profereinal F-
rminiinrro n or lurnets, %S:udei w oln-
Hall roundci i In4 i4ge, eoui
" A Ciuaraniree of riliion unill ou pa-.i,
* n n oil l \.i pltte 'li ,. lo f olsen Hall j iLicnt,
*illln 10 1 B honour, dcgr e hjle
Pa-Cda lthe l la ",1C.1,
* 0 ihe moel rtiiren nt modern method, or
* Perrona.it rion toe ier oour prei'e

r ou Anrt" o inoi ho. io
.| fjor Fret prospetlus o
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HELP WANTED


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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
Shop

BUILDERS
Richard's Construction5-7080

CAMERAS
John Bull 2-4252/3

CARPETS
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993

CUSTOMS BROKERS
Martin's 2-3173

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

DRAPERIES
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993

DRUGS&
PRESCRIPTIONS
McCartney's 5.6068/5-2127

ENTERTAINMENT
Movies
Film & Equip. Service 2-2157

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

GARDEN & PET

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


I I


13236
SITUATION VACANT
Wanted for Accounts Office,
an experienced clerk (female)
for Purchase Ledger arind Stock
C trontrol dl e-. Pleasant
working conditions, salary
negotiable Apply in writing
t3: Compt'oller. The Tribune,
P. 0 Box N3207, Nassau.

C13274
GRAND L(ENTRAL HOTEL P.
O. Box 3669, Nassau two
potwashe-s one to wash and
clean pot. di .rg clay and one
to do the sr- at night. 52018.
C13237
INTERIOR DECORATOR
required with 3 to 5 yeais
experience Salary and/or
commission to be negotiated.
Apply in writing to Business
SysTerns Limited. P. 0. Box
N-4841, Nassau, Bahamians or
Belongers need only apply.

C132861
IBM DATA CENTRE
SERVICES


H i immrrediate
available in Nassau


position


PROGRAMMER,ANAL 'ST
Successful applicants will be
thoroughly familiar with
systems and programming
design and implementation of
varied commercially oriented
dpplicantions
EXPERIENCE
Positiorln recules a mininium of
five (5) yeais experience in
systems design and
piograrnimilq Applicant must
have expei ence in COBOL,
BAL and RPG
IBM OFFERS: Hospitalization
arid insurance piograrnmes,
paid vacation, attractive
stilting salary and excellent
advancemeniit opportunities.
Interested applicants should
call Mi. McFadden at 32351
for personal interview.


HELP WANTED


C13270
WANTED Farm Labourer to
live on farm. Telephone 55085.
C13203
PIANIST urgently required
with knowledge of classical
music. Ability to improvise
desirable. Apply Patricia Myers
School of Dancing 3-1611,
3-6235.

C13284
A LARGE Freeport
coipoiation requires a
Bahamian accountant who has
a diploma or degree in
accountancy. The applicant
must be knowledgeable in
budgetary controls and
preparation and have adequate
expel ience in financial
accounting. An excellent salary
is offoffered. Please
communicate directly, in your
own ,,,,.'. r ,rn to Touche
Ross & Co., P. 0. Box N-7526.
Nassau, Bahamas, including a
resume and also a telephone
number (if applicable). All
replies will be held in the
strctest of confidence.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

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


NO1CE

C13238
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.


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2 iL hriruk uI


HARDWARE
John S. George 2-8421/6


II TRADE SERVICES TRADE SERVICES


C 13045
P..&, C. hw


Mackey Street
T; ....;. !t Averi..n
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. O. Box N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& OELIVERV
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
AVY;LAV -!.;TY TTUCKINC
F&R LFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796
2-37S7, 2-3798
Airport 7-7434,
FREE ESTIMATES.


IN MEMORIAL

C13290
IN LOVING memory of my
dear husband WILLIAM
STRACHAN who departed this
life Jan. 16th 1973.
Here awhile they must be parted
And the flesh its Sabbath keep
Waiting in a holy stillness;
Wrapt in sleep.
Sadly missed by wife Louise,
two sons Thaddeus and
Brenville and other relatives.



CARD OF THANKS
C13264


THE FAMILY of the late MR.
HAROLD "BOUNCIE"
STEVENS wish to thank their
many friends and relatives for
kind expressions of sympathy
in their recent bereavement.
Special thanks to Fathers
William Thompson, Bowleg,
Bonaby, Monsignor Preston
Moss, Rev. Charles Smith,
Straw Vendors at the market,
Brothers of the Past Exalted
Council of Elks, The Esquire
Club, Anglican Church Women
of St. Agnes Parish and all the
friends who came from New
York and Miami to attend the


funeral.
Mrs. Madge Stevens (Wife)
Mrs. Cleomi Eneas (Daughter)
and 3 Grandsons.


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

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

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

IN MEMORIAL
13275










I .-

IN LOVING memory of our
dear mother and wife SARAH
C. SANDS who departed this
life for a better one on Jan.
18th 1969.
Sleep on dear mother and take
your rest
We love you but Jesus loves
you best.
Left to mourn: 2 children
Alma and Norma, husband
George, 7 grandchildren and a
host of relatives and friends.

CARD OF THANK

C13276


THE FAMILY of the late
SAMUEL R. HEASTIE who
departed this life on December
28th 1973 wish to thank their
many friends and relatives for
their kind expressions of
sympathy during their recent
bereavement. Special thanks to
Bishop L. Knowles, Father M.
Bonaby, Doctors and Nurses at
the Princess Margaret Hospital
and Butlers Funeral Home.
We love you, but Jesus loves
you best.
Left to mourn: Mother
Estell, wife Viola, 10 children,
3 brothers and 4 sisters.


LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING 1
New Oriental Laundry 2-440

LOCKSMITH
hmk. I npL k L KmheB .y.


2-4591 ext.Cl147

MEN'S & BOYS' "VEA
The Wardrobe 5-5599


MUSIC
Cody's Records


2-8500


OPTICIANS
Optical Service Ltd. 2-3910/1

PRINTING
Wong's Printing 5-4506

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


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

SPORTS OODS
Champion Sport Land 2-1862

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

TRUCKING SERVICE
Gonzalez Trucking
3.1562/2-4726

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


L m m o I I


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.


S HELP WANTED
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.


I


HELP WANTED

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.
Co625
PART time man for yard
work, cleaning apartments and
maintenance. Pay $1.50 per
hrur Only Bahamians need
apply.
Atlantic Builders Corp., Ltd.,
Suite 7. Savoy Building.


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


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I HELP WANTED
C6604
TRAINEES REQUIRED
The Bahamas Oil Refinirg
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 he 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.
C6606
STOREROOM MANAGER:
Must be able to do food
purchasing for 500-room
Hotel. Should be extremely
knowledgeable of cost factors
and qualified with different
grades of meat. 3-5 years
experience in storeroom
management. Should have the
ability to work on won and
know when and how to order.
Police and health certificate
and letters of reference
required.
CREDIT AND COLLECTION
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.


HELP WANTED
C6622
LABOURERS TO PICK UP
ROOTS AND WORK
AROUND HEAVY
EQUIPMENT.
APPLY : WAUGH
CONST R AUCTION
(BAHAMAS) LIMITED, P. 0.
Box F-3, FREEPORT GRAND
BAHAMA.
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 tim,' 2-3
years experience in cooling.
Applicant should bEL ->ber,
reliable and willing to work
long hours. P 'ice certificate,
health certifica., 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,
f Personnel Director.
C6626
SENIOR WELDING
INSPECTOR 5 years
experience piping and plate
welding, responsible charge
welding inspection on oil
industry work including
interpretation of radiography
and u Itrasonics.Apply:
Frederic R. Harris Inc., LBI
Building, Coral Gardens,
Freeport.


HELP WANTED
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
arid letters of references
required.
STOREKEEPER/MANAGER-
ESS: Suprrvi,-. three stores,
be in charge of all salesladies
merchandising, pricing and day
tc 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-CONDITIONI NG &
RE FRIGERATION
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.


C6627
ELECTRICAL SUPERINTEN-
DENT Must be capable of
handling a minimum of 50 men
and have a minimum of 7 years
experience in Class I, Division
Itype Electrical Construction.
Must be fluent in both Spanish
and Enqlish and have
capabilities in Field Design and
Procurement with 3 years
minimum experience in
estimating.
ELECTRICAL TECHNICIANS
- Must have minimum of 5
years experience in Class I,
Division I Electr ical
Construction. Full familiarity
required with all types
Hazardous Area Electrical
Nomenclatures, One-line
Schematic and Wiring
Diagrams as well as Schematic
Conduit Drawings.
Bahamians only need apply.
Applications accepted in
person only at Unit 3/1, office
4, Coral Gardens, Freeporuit,
Grand Bahama between 9 and
12 noon.


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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-1ll, Freeport.

C6615
EMERALDS OF COLOMBIA
FREEPORT REQUIRES
EX P E R I E N C E D
GEMOLOGIST AND
JEWELLER. MUST HAVE
MINIMUM OF FIVE YEARS
EXPERIENCE WITH
SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON
EMERALDS.
PHONE BAIN LOTHIAN
352-5464 OR WRITE P. 0.
BOX F-349.

C6614
RESIDENT MANAGER:
To be ablh 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 10 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.


The Tribune Comics Page


13 BUT IN THE OCEANS OF THE
ANTARCTIC THEY ARE ALMOST
EQUAL TO SEALS AND PORPOfSES
IN GRACEFULNESS AND SPEED


EVEN THE "DINNER SUIT' DRESS
OF THESE FLIGHTLESS BIRDS
HAS A DEFINITE PURPOSE


Sa


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HELP WANTED
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.


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"If that's my wife with another grocery
I've already left."


list for me,


'MAYBE HE COULDN'T ArF RD TO GO SOUTH FOR
THE VINTE. EVER THINK OF 7r4? "


Brother Juniper


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10 Balsam


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16 Piece of

19 Moving about
20 Confronted
21 Knack
23 Biblical
dancer
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25 Condiment
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28 Love
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30 French
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"The Stars impel, they do not
your life is largely up to YOU!


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Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
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Rupert and Rollo stand by watching tensely
while the clown tries to drive Raggety romrn
his hiding-place But the little creature is
determined not to be cau-ght Scuffling under-
neath the row of wagons, he darts out at
another spot. taking everyone by surprise
" Look, there he is cries Rupert. catching
a glimpse of Raggety lor a fleeting moment


2-Je Comic Paiae__-


CARROLL RIGHTER'S

HOROSCOPE
from the Carroll Righter Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: A wonderful day
\ and p.m. to get out of any rut you're in. Make
plans to expand your activities along more current, up-to-date
lines. Put changes in action now.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Communicating with those
whose ideas are quite different from yours makes this an
interesting and profitable day, p.m. Get data from experienced
persons.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Reach a better
understanding with debtors and creditors and get all affairs on
a more even keel. Improve personal relationships Have fun
tonight.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Contact allies and state your
ideas for greater success in the future. Find new outlets in
outside world that add to income.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Get what you
have to do out of the way instead of wasting time. Put plan in
action to become more dynamic.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Be charming with others for more
acclaim and happiness now. Dress well and see everyone you
can. Be sensible with diet.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Make your home more
charming and functional for greater enjoyment. Get out of
that rut you have been in for a lung while
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) More directness and generosity
with allies is what is needed now for greater progress
Correspond and get cooperation for your finest aims
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Contact experts in finance
and business who can aid you now, and get good ideas on how
to build up your present assets.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Be positive in going
after what you most want to get done for fast results. Get
together with true friends you enjoy. Avoid one who nibs you
the wrong way.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 2 to Jan. 20) This is a fine day to
express your talents at whatever has to do with
advertisements, even if only to sell yourself to the one you
love.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Communicating properly
with others is the best way to accomplish your aims now, so
discuss your ideas with others. Avoid one who blocks progress
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Ideal day to meet interesting
and affluent people you don't yet know who can help you in
the future. Don't permit anyone to downgrade you
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY . he or she will have
much talent and the good fortune to make big success of it;
others will quickly extend the favors needed at the right time
Teach early the importance of being tactful, otherwise the real
bluntness in this nature could easily detract trom the big
fortune possible here, most of which will likely bie made in
foreign countries or working in connection with them. Give


JUDGE PARKER


By PAUL NICHOLSI


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mutters ;he clown. We'll need a net to
catch that thing." Rupart and his chum have
alreacdi taken up the chase, and when the
little creature next appears he is almost at
their feet. --Don't let him get away this time! "
gasps Rollo.
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Record 2,000 athletes out for medals


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Sa. : :; ( ltl alliess the greatest
... .* .* ,- -, i'-i,-+', ,rpe i niie\t Thursday.
S..- e tatuimes, which like the
... ; ,h ; \ rh plevi Vous highest enllr-

S: rom 30 countries had
S- .. ... h i n least nine tmore
S .. . ... bIs ,les ni, were expected.
I e number of cttompetritors
k e"lled to far above
C\pi .ilnis and caused some
a ., .d iiin problems.

SRo'n Scot i, chairman o i ii
, m ni a nll g ,orlin ttee. sild
. : didn't expect a:is 11.11
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s.> t' xcvents in this qualler ot
rsI i .- :: d ha\c drown few rct

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the smaller countries have
more than doubled the sime of
their teams.
Papua-New Guinea, for
example, intended at first to
send a team of 20. hut ended
up with 51.
Women competitors have
mcteased hy 60 pei cent on the
original estimate.
The only disappointment so
tar has been u'mr tich weather.
Marathon runners had pleaded
tor an evening race because of
the fierce heat which
(ihnstchurch can get at this
time ot the year, but they
arrived to find a cool wind
blowing across the toswn from)
the surrounding hills.
"'ITemperatures have been
well below the Januar\
Average," said Scott. "The' are
not likely to stay like this. MyI
guess is that it will be up in the
nineties b the title the games
start."
One of the central figures in


LONDON British soccer
league results loda t (sesetal
games are being placed
tomorrow )I
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Manchester l'nitd 1 *Irsenail 1
Nic' .castll I o l, ita I
Noric.h I VXIl rlihnipiih I
Southailptiiii 2 ('1I? 2
Stikc 1 1 icrpool It
iltiin aiin 2 (' DIVISI()N I 'V,(
Cardiff 2 (Carlisic 2
i uton 2 Notts I In,-'st 2
Middlcshrimigh i'rirtsiimouth to
O)rinit 2 S idcriiind I
(Oxtord I Hull I
Prcston 0 Astnn Vill.i i
Sheffield Wcednicesdai; 2 S,'indmi I
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DIVISION IIIR I
lristoIl Roiers 3 fliurnileltitlih 0
'hislrfineld I Pl mouth i
tfi'retird 2 (;rimsb\ I
\Satl.'rfd 2 fuddcrst'i,-li I
Ilihami 3 Italitt\ 2
Port Vaile I Sihre wshbu' 0
Sioulheind I tila.'khirn I
SiIlltFhporl 0 (.'imhrldufe 0
( hiarltmni I irk 0
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Brenitrda I lHartlepool 2
'lhester I S\\' aits'a 0
('uuhtstcer 2 tarnslc\ 0
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Iurlua\ I iiurn 2
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Aberdeen 1 C('Kd I
Arhru)ath 2 Mirtonii I
Ayr I lihcrniian I
celtitc 3 St. Jlnst-iMne 0
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By GLUDSTONE THURSTON


the track and field events will
be England's Dave Bedford, the
man who breaks records but so
far hasn't been able to win
medals.
The controversial Londoner
set t-uropean records for both
the 5,000 and 10,000 metres in
I 97 1. but flopped at the
:European games in Helsinki
and again in the Munich
olh tpics a year later.
Last summer, after a spell of
injury and restricted training,
he set an incredible worIld
record of 27:31.0 for the
10,000 meters.
Bedford has been in Nesw
Zealand training for nearly t1wo
months, hoping to proCe Ihe
can win big races as well as
break records.
Jennie Turrall, Australia's
new 13 car-old water baby
who holds the world records
for 1.500 and 00 r;ietcers, is
tile girl everyone will he
watching in the sw imming.
The Afnricans, who cleaned
tiup most of the medals at
Edinburgh, are expected to
dominate the boxing.
Also on tohie nine-day
progralmme arc badmiintion,
bowls. cycling,. shooting.
wekightlitting and swr estling.
( AJ\P)


YACHTING VETERANS

ARE HONOURED
YA( IlNi veterans Robert l. Symonette. Captain Dur iard
Knowles and nEverette Sands have been elected lionorariy le


PLAY MAKER guard
Freddie McKay going 22 for
34 from the field and six for
seven from the free throw
line scored a season high of
50 last night while leading
Reef Basketball Club to a
sound 109 89 victory over
Pinder's.
"When I came, the team
was behind and I had to do
something to get us back in
the fight." said McKay a
member of the Bahamas
National Team.
When he arrived. Pinder's
had a momentum going and
led on offence by Van
Ferguson and Basil Mossah
Smith snatched a 23 -13
lead at 10:23.
It was three unanswered
baskets from McKay that
spurred Reef five behind.
Forwards Churton Toote and
Rudy Levarity then joined in
the attack and four minutes
later they were ahead 32-27.
An effective fast break was
brought into Reef's attack.
Levarity and Toote were
getting the better of the
boards and McKay at the
other end made no mistake.
Veterans Eric Mackey
and Colin Knowles took Reef
through the finals of the first
half which they ended 52-38
ahead.
Going into the second
period, McKay scored 28 1 I
for 17 from the field and six
for seven from the line
leading Reef to their seventh
victory in seven, 'ayed.
Danny Edgecombe topped
Pinder's with a tea-r high of
31 points and 22 rebounds.
Ferguson added 22 and Burns
14.


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members of the Bahamas Yacht
meeting recently.
Also elected during that
meeting were Robet Bigham
as commodore, ('hares Huber
as Vice coleniodore, i3'lcan
Lowe as secretary, and lear
commodore and Ivan (ox
treasurer and rear commnniodore.
Formed March 5, 10465, by a
group of local resident owners
of sailing yachts, the
Squadron's purpose has been
to promote and organize racing
and cruising among members
under M.O.R.(. ty pe rules.
Squadron sailing and social
activities are carried out under
the auspices and with the
active support of the Nassau
Yacht Club and the Royal
Nassau Sailihng C('lub.
Affiliation with the
International Yacht Racing
Union has been applied tor.
S acli calendar year, the
B Y.S. race committee draws
up a programme of races,
cruises and social events. IThese
consist of day races around
nearby cays and weekend(
cruise-races to various of the
Family Islands. Trophies are
donated b, local business firms
and the B.Y.S. treasury.
In addition, there are four
series of three Olympic course
races each in regattas for
trophies donated by the Nassau
Yacht ('lub and the Royal
Nassau Sailing Club. At year
end, the Squadron
Championship 'Boat of the
Year' and 'Skipper of the year'
trophies are presented at a
dinner dance.
One of the highlights for
skippers and crew is the
opportunity to take part in the
Nassau (Governor's) (Cup Race
which is the last event of the
S.O.R.C, Squadron boats take
part as a separate class on a
shortened course.


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AQL IN AS ( l0 1 I 's
sensational Aces iII a colimmiand
pe r formi anc y s te da
handcuffed (iovCernmeni High
school w' ith a 77-4( victors
taking sole possession ot first
place in the 1 U 74
inter-scholastic senior boy s
basketball series.
An IX-point performance by
forward nBennett l)asis together
with ten tiore lioInt guard
('litlordn Rahming opened a ten
point gap earls in the second
qiiarler i .l ot-e rimo ing jwav
easily hy 30 in the sollowing
period.
Openitlg this season's ,'ctionl
with a sound '50-30 thrashing
of L.. W Young lliglt. Aquindas'
Ac es soried throtlugli ST
John's "75-43i followed ib St
Anne's before .in.. i 1 11 fS
yesterdaL wVinning their fourth
straight
(age vet'r.tin Gerri Harper is
indeed proud ol his '.tiuad
Although he night sec this
season as bI'eonlging to the
ces, he is hb\ no means over-
confident and respects c\er's
team as these lomee
(tovernrienit 1 high's l)Daid
(Clare who scored a season
high of 40 against R. M. Bailes
Hiigh on Wednesday wsas held
to a mere nine points. Hisl
fellow guard Keith Symonettc
who in that game scored 23
could do no more than It
TI e combination of Barry
'Mossah" Smith and Dlanny
FIdgeconmbe both rookie of
the year contenders in there
B1 A. AB almost shattered
(ioiernment High's defence.
Smith worked most of fhis
assists to tlhe big man Bennett
D)ais. one of lops in l Bci k k
Sougaaits' defence of ithtir
Nassau I eaguic pentlianit
leamlied up with Reggie Forbcs
in keeping the boards clean
Later in the game when the
Aces were well in control.


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