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(R i!stered with Postrnaster of Bahamas for postagle coneesstons within the Bahamas, Nassau and IBahama Islands Leadling Newspaper


VOL. LXX1, No. 50 Tuesday, January 22, 1974 Price: 1 Cents


PLP in


Isaacs

!II SIl I\R\\H\S is to be regarded as an average
constituency, then there is justification for saying that the
-i,..., .,i Liberal Party's national percentage has been slashed
fro m 60 to 45 per cent. Free National Movement leader Kendal
lsziacN claimed todav.
In xj:. ,rl iiitl 0 press c.onferenc.e Mr. lsaacs analysed the
: .1 I ji St Bainahas hy-election in terms of what it
e' h d iOpps ,ilion
"c t i sion. and it is ilso' an obvious and
I i- '.. i i tillIs l'l.l sup ot in St. bli nian as has
S*: i i', ; .. .il! .''l LI \n it St. Barnahas is a barom peter toi
', h o "; ,* io' i.tlr\ i tci lie 1 are in deep trouble indeed."


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By NICKI KELLY

ways the PLP can reverse it.
tliue he u t' iw earning party tou.id
l ai'" t.i .i-ir 1u the poIl!t ai I s
the counirt even il the genlCla
t'it'uuon hould coht it within a
t 1 l ,' I' I 0
itit i't 'r'-si :.i a;itp ct ot tlhe
-, c. 'a, s thL- very lo i
Sr. ,ided Mr lIaacs
'lpi had be n made to
e pl: i awals b pointing
It lhe tnuiher oti ptersonis who
IaIl lel!1 the cot sti'ltttt id of St
larn.ibas. but thI it w ,s by no
ni *tll, ihe whole insw .-
'..I .. people wh. acre still
living ;n S Ha irn .hbas lon
ect it- ,tio t II t l N otle andit.
twe Knew t 1 li it iallt t them
tuld inot itenL'd to since they'
Iold us sot in our house to0
house t ont\ missing.
u rtlherinore, it is
reasonable to assutrne that
.mmitig those who did in fact
lcave the constituency\ were
somite a.who were still entitled to
\otc, not having been out of
lite onstitilency six months
inotr to clecltion da\
-"W'Ie contend therefore, rnati
there was a low poll having
regard to ai! those voters whoa
were iI tact registered and
er'titlcd I0 vote in ,accordance
w tlih lc Iaw.'" Mr I lsaacs
dectlacrd
lIe re'astmn or this. he11
inulitainidtedd I was that ain
Swer rtd.isappointtttCed and
dlsiu-'led with the PLP
gtlverntmeil lt
It I as s lilnfortiunate, hie
added, that the\ could not see
lthe value in comiing out and
expressing that disappointment
and disgust b voting against
the PLPl candidate
S r Isaics exp lresse t he
party's appreciation to aill
those voters in St Barnahbas
who had given the FINM their
support and enabled them to
mount a welll organized and
en thu siastli camlipa igni


PI NDLING RAPPED

t'IIMi MINISTER Lynden Pindling was taken to task
iwioi t-r lending himself to "scurrilous statements" made
,a public meetings of the PLP during the St. Barnabas
b> f'ifcllflllt-iln ca pal gn
i it-e Nitm.il Moveent leader Kendal Isaacs praised the
lihl' standard inaintained in the campaign by participants,
bi! dtplorcd lihe questionable comments made by some of
the Pi P, leading spokesmen, including the Prime Minister
uand Norks Minister Simeon Bowe.
'Ae i' hliappy that there were no untoward incidents to
s,,p Ak :ibout. and awe sincerely hope that this marks the
i -iiui ofit a nei high standard of behaviour in future
It't, tiil'I'tiig ihrotghout the Commonwealth.'" Mr. Isaacs
it appeared however, that in engaging in character
;s-issasi:itnl glioi ttoernment was "more desperate than we
i. ild nanit'ed when they have to stoop to such questionable

Ii did noti helIp them, but it did lower the standard of
politics -wthen we% should be striving for better performance
in ils miietpedent Bahantas," Mr. Isaacs said.

Fotilkes back to Senate


MR ARIItUR Fuoulkes,
swho ria for lihe Free National
Movement in St Barnabas, is


GLASS & CHROME
BRIDGE SETS
TABLE & 4 CHAIRS

MlY NASSON fYIITE
[ NASSAU ONI Y 1


to be re-appointed to the
Senate following his defeat at
the polls.
This was confirmed today
by FNM Leader Kendal Isaacs
at a press conference at FNM
headquarters.
Mr. Foulkes gave up his
Senate seat to contest the
election The Governor-Gen-
eral has been advised to make
the appointment, Mr. Isaacs
said,


trouble,

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Arthur Foulkes, Kendal Isaacs and I. G. Stubbs.


Now FNM will


strengthen


island units


I III FRII N \1lON\AL
Movet ent,. "VcrY healtnitd bI"
tile outcome oI the St
Barnabas li, -election, ititends
to proceed with its priogrammn
to str n then 1 1 l 'is lot al1
organization in ;'.ech island
preparatory to a general
elections
FNM leader Kendal Isaacs
said today that even before the
by-electinn the part had as its
immediate aim to do a number
of things A committee had
nlow been formed "under
secretary -general Clifford
(oopel whose intention would
be to visit e\er\ Out Island
constituency ,to se that the
parts was well organized in
each island.
"'In addition we have
asso i. t i 11 ons 1in C every'
Son st il tIvncy in New
Providence' and we propose to,
get tIiesc associations going and
active hb sending workers into
even ontl to organize
siipportel.s trnli the grass roots
lp.'" Mr Isa. s said
I he I 1 also proposes to
get its I orcibearers louth
btan.1h goitngl again. "'I r any
part\ to siccteedt in the near
future it musl capture the
illmaginatioln and support oft
young people, alnd we feel we
have a programilit tlha appeals
to all people ald particularly
young people the Leader
declared
\Vithin the inext month the
Il'N\ expects to start
publish ing its paper I he I orch
once gain I Fxcept tor sporadic
issues. I lie lourch has been 1 it
abet ance sincc tllt. 107I
CL tllo n I l n t ing o the
economic \Ir lsaacs saxtI tthc
prime ftac.t'r in gcl tinig the
etConolil\ goinl1g, and certain ofc
the I'LTP would agiCC with this.
\\as to liregain the ctonilfideIitce o
potential investors, both local
and foreignt l
Clntil tliih coilidenct. w\as,
regainet, d 'ihcii \\olit lte lio
apprelciable jmliount iiioflne+
invested in the Bahanas.
We muiist have ill\esnient
and liIthe I I' lso sa this. il wet'
are got. l I o h[itkt L' itl ,r tile
people le st the to'tlltrs licit"


first thing to turn the economy
arounild theIr-fore was toI
reestablish confidence.
"The Bahamas is still the
best place to live in the world
today." Mr. Isaacs declared,
but it was necessary to resell
the Bahamas to Bahamians and
others in order to turn the
economy around
The FNM Leader wsas asked
if a firm immigration policS
could be maintained and still
achieve a turnaround in their
economy.
"We have Ito examine every
area of the labour nuirket to
see what talent has to bei
brought in At the same time
Bahamians have to be trained
for every responsible position
in the country."
Mr. Isaacs pointed olut
however that foreign expertise
was needed to "keep the pot
boiling" until Bahamlians wese
trained and also to create tiobs
for t heli.
Fouching on other points
raised b\ reporters, Mr. liaaics
retuwed to be drawn into a
discussion of the iner is tof
L abt)our leader Randol lvawkes'
ietnptps. to have the PLPI
win ner Sinclair Outten
dUsqualfied.
ite s.iaid hle thought the two
I al,-toi candidates inl the
bl ele li on. Mr IFakes aind
Mr Dnudle\ \A t li.,.,. ais well as
Mr 'Wenifrcd Heastie, would
win iniIt supporter than thit
dld
%i \ithuir I'oukles. thle
1 \ c\ i ulit ale in the election.
di. in'id allegations b\ a
/\Q news c'qnimentator that
ie tj, a th ee-time .loser and
tillat! hits 1 p i itical star was
wa .n ig
'"1I iit.end to be as active as
before. l, lI ses don't put \ othi
iiulder. because there hae beenii
a whole lot ot politicians who
hjav sitltered losses before
Jchieling successs" tie said
I ein it there \,Is ano the
bs -elC'etin in a PI'Ll
constituency Mr I1 .*il. said
he otuld stind ready to run it
his part s wanted hini
"'It ails body's star is tading
it is the PLP's M% particular
state is in the ascendoncyy he
declared


Fawkes' challenge


I \iltR I \11I R Randol
Iawkest lias applied to lihe
IF election i Co('uil to present a
pet ition I I ,,. ; the
lecti on ol the Progressive
I beral Pailt candidate in
I rida s St Barnabas
by -elect ionII
N aiued as defendants
together I sith Mr Sinclair
Out ten are five of the other
participants in the election
Mr. Arthur Foulkes (FNM).
Mr I)udlc Willians (Labour).
Mrr Wcnfrcd "'Sifte'" leastie.
Mrs Rub, Ann Darling and
Mr ClI de {;ardiner. all
I ndependents.
Mi Fawkes. who took out a


summons today, has brought;
action Under Section '7S i 1I o
the 1 9l6 Representation of the
People Act
It is understood that he his
also advised House Speaker
Arlington Butler that he has
taken out a summons against
the election candidates.
Mr. Fawkes proposes to
appeal to the Election Court
on grounds that none of the six
election candidates disclosed
having a conltrat tual
arrangement ws ith government
within one month prior to
the election as required by the
Constitution.


Education speech


MR tW N CURLING,
deplut principal of the C.R.
Walker College, will be the
guest speaker at BAM AI)AD's
monthly luncheon 12.30 p m
Wednesday at the Nassau
Ilarbour Club.


Mr. Curling will review the
educational system in the
Bahamas from primary tto
college level and will present a
plan for its improvement, with
special emphasis on Manpower
Irainine and Development


PRICE

SHOCK:

BREAD

TO RISE

14 p.c.
By MIKE LOTHIAN
SKYROCKETING costs have
convinced the Prices
Commission after five
months of deliberation to
allow Purity Bakeries to hike
the prices of its bread products
an average of 14 percent, the
bakery announced in a press
conference late this afternoon.
Ihe retail price increases
take effect January 28. said
Purity Bakeries general
manager William J. Holland.
A large loaf of Purity's white
sandwich bread will go up from
39 to 44 cents, a 12.8 percent
increase.
tlihe small loaf !iit climb
from 20 to 23 cents, a 15
percent increase
Purity's iN ,.i,.I. r brand will
jump from 41 to 46 cents a
loaf. a 12.2 percent increase.
A pack of Wonder rolls aill
increase froill 34 to 3(i cen's a
5,9 percent rse.
A loaf of Wonder whole
wheat is to go up from 35 tom
40 cents. a 14 3 percent
increase.
Hardest hit was Wonder
Roman Meal. which is to rise
from 5' cents to i. cents a
loat, a 14- 'nt o' r 23 i4 pir.ent
increase
Mr Holland said it was the
f.rst ret.adi price increase for
Purit Baker\ products since
February 1)'72.
Ie said the bakers applied
to the Prices Commission tor
an micrease in t \A igulst. Iheie
increases granted nountecd to
about 01 percent ot what was
requcste't!
the causes tihe -aid. wee
that since the last increase the
cost of flour has risen from $6
to $14 per hundredweight,
shortening has gone up from
20 t.i'ts to 34 cents a pound
a.u sugar hais limbed from 57
to $20 per hundredweight
"In addition." Mr IHolland
said, "there has been a general
* u..a jr increase in other
coimnodities and services of
about 14 percent."
hle added th.it because of
funrher cost escalation siOnce
ill, application was m ilade to
the Comminnionm in August.
t lis increase still iails to cover
all increased costs to the
baking company
Wt'e are trlitng our best lot
kccp prices down. ut in a
world-wide situation in which
i i and other costs contult'
:o escalate. wse have ,,no
Atcernadtec but to increase
;ri, '.s .is is economy icalls
uit ited '

FILMS & YOUTH
\ \\ 1 I ill dist.iss "'lhe
.-ua ii I hiinls in thei'
,iniai.s' onl I hutl dai at S l0
pm .in tl het leathers 'rair ing
( college. ('akcs held
Pa nelists including P.
lAnthtio\ White. l father I ouis
Iatins Supt. Av'er I'erguis,.
I i betheh NatihatilCts and i.
icpresentatie from the tilln
.inuthstr ill be speaking ii' s tlie til ins shol tan in ltli.
Bahamnas attect ihc youth it i
itr comuntlnlity.
Censorship and Pornigraph.
will be discussed as well as
,whai positive steps might b'
t.ken to improve the films that
.ne being show n. the nmeetng
is open to the public


TWO MASKED MEN
armed with sawed-off
shotguns raided the Shell
Golden Gates service station
at Blue Hill and Carmichael
Roads just before closing last
night and made off with
about $400 in cash
The descriptions of the
bandits and other similarities
indicated that they may have
been the same two men who
held up Ann's Paradise Club
on Thompson Boulevard
January 12. In that robbery a
woman, Lucy Lloyd, received
gunshot wounds in her face
and shoulder. There was no
shooting and no injuries in
last night's hold up.
A police spokesman
confirmed that "it could be"
the same men involved.
Station operator Richard
Dawkins said the two bandits


Shotgun


bandits

raid gas

station

hit the service station at
about 11 p.m., just as
attendants had turned off the
lights to close up tor the
night.
Three station employees
were told to line up facing a
wall while the till was
emptied. The robbery was
carried out so quickly. Mr
Dawkins said, that a fourth
attendant, who was in the
lavator. never knew there


N at io nal G c o gpraphi c
ma ai/ciies, other travel books
and even no t ls h\ authors
famous tfor their descriptions
of scenes and cities. such as
Denis W'heatley and Helen
Mclnnesi
She was a i constant vsitior to
the I ox tili Librart and. t a
lesser extent, the I it k s
Street L ibrary.
In addition, she ha-s re a,
interest in history, w\siilh t
course olten centres AiiAlnd
places ;is well as people .
%M ss Stirling and il h 1 ci
I c-tlict entrCanI s Naiiic kella
and Kay McNabb \..-
.ind John Larreguy I p-,r
correctly identlilitt d 1
ihe photograph pn r i t
I lic rlbunc betasweC' 'it1iet
2 d aind November !I'
I lie harder [part i' _
nt- ltestl was lthe ii l-t ;Oil
Saturday, when ealch 1 1h!
lour had to it l, W M\ I
pictures, wsitlo i! l i ,
aill ttieiit.nce i1tn k-
1t o ol the ruiin- mi! il'-
had tlnl\ two t lhi p.e lir t'
lproperl> Ilde iiuie d i\1' i s
nmised onl\ nk M irirh
ot ill ltour "r' t
Slit,' ct-net.it. i- h,'


Detective tI

SI R .1i i
r.:ck, i


! e' .i' i ll !o I I ch
k O .kc-. St i ,it- ,.i t t t -
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dciri'tis t ;l til the l! tie
I cI fi'm, 11 P a
l 1 ,!i I (t u hcr 2 n` i. h diW,


1 ;,il\ it is 1" m W .ha h. It


had been a hold-up until he
rejoined his fellow
employees.
Mr, Dawkins, who was not
himself present, said "I have
always told my boys, if
anyone holds arms on you,
give them what they want."
The station operator said
the bandits one tall, one
short, both Black Bahamians
cut the station's telephone
v ires to slow down pursuit.
However, the station was
equipped with radio, and
police were immediately
alerted.
'They were down here in
dlroes" five minutes after the
robbers made their getaway
in a Ford car with no license
plates attached.
There were no immediate
arrests, however


A spot of luck sends



Margaret on her travels


MARG(ARII STIR INt
used a comnbinationW hi luck and
educated .- -'i. ,, t > win I he
fribunc-Pan American travel
phot, contest in ain all-correct
run oii \ict, i i o: Ssaturdal.
In lat. it was only a
comrbinatict, 1 ofl i(ircuiistantces
that led Mrs. Stirlin,. 43. of
ScahblC_ .i states, h i Cnte lhIC
contest in Ith lt st place.
W'l n th e ht first ot t30
photographs whose locations
had to e iIdentiticd appeared
in ]ic lii- unc on August 25
last >c.ir Mrs. Stiitng had no
intention ot cintlring. she had
never taken pail in ain contLst
of the sort iheorc.
Bti what she di d ,.i, help a
trend 'asho \as tling htier i owni
luck. Then. hall-way through
the contt,l. her tend had to
leave the i Lou1r i. on an
extended trip and Mrs. Sltrlin
rather than let the e'it o t g1;
tio waste decided to c''ntintl.C
trying to idWntifo the
photographs, ea l t showing a
sceneI troi soiiitcwhcere ion P'i
Ami's world-wide routes.
Mrs. Stirling's decision nl
to waste the effort paid ,(l
hlla t s" i Hely Her prt/ tko
w inning thel contest .1 iic
passage for twoi' to nl i'tL n I
Pan .\in's 2 I n it
destinations.
M rs. Stirling saitd !, tl.a !h.'
tie pri/e w ill wi k :i' \, i
ii.el y w ith her flin l 'lMs ir. iu-
plans lor this smtmiiiiIe .i\V .\ .
I lie Stirling ltainil l'sl.mn l
Bill. son Andiire 1 1. and
daughter Ilona. 0' ha t, l.i
Ito leaic Nassaui .s ,', s'
s t iool watt is Olt l lii i o i .1
trip to I'nglandi ,wl hicr I ;
lt be a biidesmaid in i -n
w\ddint'
She l' pc ts ti .i, n
air giit'nicnt witt l P ;. ,\
tIh !am il % can goy "ni
I ngland to the connicni 0 (
otliisc Pan A\i wml I t i lo .!
t he 1 ., bill all irl -5a
N to t h e \" W &h l, t W n t ] \ 1 : "
w ill alirih I' li sit -;1J
an opprtInnllli
hhlutnih Mis. Slinl ,: n
the tontlest b\ t.ct1 t;" \ i 1 .i
Laige nti i lin lt It [Ip i i!I t' !t ki.'
in I uropi .aind i ii i h, :
Scottish-borni slihe t '\ i
innanAge to cross the Ch.:lin.i th
llthe (Conltinent. l I ti i\-l' h.ht
het' ii inainll om tr tot. \I 'iti
ii t.! an tc i o ll linnt.
It i he i.s i tt wi idCl'.
Ia rlled. ih w did sdd m1 ind a.-t
[o win a travel Lonlit '
Mrs. Stirling attribki s he
success to the tact i t sheit is
an avid reader. Sh c mti stillIdl


nun-olt w.s "the !

I got lutks there, really,"
she said. "1 wo of them I got
right oft. The othei two were
educated guesses The picture
tl the riie i'addi.y te .entifie,
as taken in the Philippines
because of the "hill
Packgitmund" and the type ot
basket! carrucd b" the ice'
hairv.sters.
"I he desert scene Arumnai
could have been anywhere
ecpt lor he horses which
',rl. s J lsA elil\ti\ X:n'uc an"
\Mis SurlintI said she \was
me *xc',tetl'" whin 1i I rnbinc
L 1., r ci Rogcr Carion
ion d iih r esleitday to
'. she : J, s t he tht ,inner. and
'.i\ was "'qute pleased"
-" ':. 3!t thf1 l
s-1 l,,i rt d aclt.'d
n" w s e isanits to, go in
I i.' ':' .. sut h' s lhas narrowed
: c.,', .. lioicc hbet c-ween
i' B dAplpes. I lorence,
\ ., *nj atn i S.I/lbuIg

S a: -0 it. nA thogh ta
i ': ; '; r/i;i t'l il I
'i' :, ; ui I /a ( "ritit i it'
S'/ /- I II, U ( n i ro .1



rial adjourned

A.i H \ k) ih 1; .n,,om nbe,
appeanng ftor Bonatyii maid
l. '!i te eh I t!il tr I nl i s aswho
;^: t'e i;uad ,g lht td l!l U. e was
in !Th Si;i e S-pe ( Ur todaN.
MI Dint':'lc t 'it' I fo o itet tor
IhSl in aton tV i lten .'e cauistd to
the ,our and t.i the witnewtes
to lilt g he

m .1.a1 eri!. l si d !h:K &l I.-
!'rol{R vwe:c litepared to go on

Bo~i. rna ha been suspended
;','in ilttIt el im! th e
'i one of! h o ri al


Gas price: what the taxman takes out


By V!KE LOTHIAN
ALMOST ONIt-THIRD ot
the '73 cents motorists pa for
c,.clhi gallon of high-test
egasol lie goes into the
government's cofftters as taxes.
itgures obtained from
autthoritative sources reveal.
But. despite earlier reports.
tile taxes do not claim the
largest single slice of the retail
price: that dubious honour
goes to the cost of petrol when
it reaches the Clifton Pier
storage tanks
Nevertheless, of the three
cost-increasing factors over
which Government does have
Control. the Government's own
taxation boosts the retail price
of gasoline most
The four basic factors
increasing the price of gasoline
at the dealers' pumps are the
CIF (cost at source plus


insurance plu, s freight charges).
the taxes, the wholesalers'
nmark-up and the dealers'
ladrk -iUp
I1 Ius the oni l a.ltor over
which h governmentt canl
exercise no coniito It
represents 4 t) percent o! the
retail price, the sources said.
Ihe (Governlentili can.
through either policy decisions
or the Price Control Act.
influence the other three
elements of the retail price
lThe Govermnent's general
customs duty, inland tax and
stamp tax together contribute
30.1 percent almost
one-third to the motorists'
costs.
The wholesale and retail
mark-ups have to share the
remaining piece of the
controlled retail price. The
wholesalers take I,.4 percent


o ithe p 1cr t l li t p ilnps, and
thel scre sihioni operator
get IS1 percent
ln a i Ca h 1 i ol the
ariled cost I hiulgh-test
gasoline i RIF plus taxes). it
was re\ealcdl that (;ovt-rnments
t ikes an even laigei share.
(Gos rnrnent. tlie breakdown
showed, gets almost half (4(1 3
percent) ot the monel the oil
companies here have to pa\ lor
their petroleum. the tax is
close to hall o thlie landed cost.
The first cost, insurance and
shipping together claim 53.7
percent of the landed cost.
The percentages revealed
disprove an assertion made at a
Petroleum Dealers Association
meeting last week, and
attributed to the Prices
Commission, that txes
contribute more to the retail
price of gasoline than any of


lth t liher three Iactors
I he price oft high-test
gasoline went froni 64 to 73
cent' a gallon on December 28.
1 hie oil companies are
known to have already applied
to the Prices Commission for a
further higher mark-up.
Indications are that the
increase in the retail price will
hit motorists in a matter of
weeks, and that the increase
will be at least as high as the
December rise.


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THE UNIVERSITY of tihe
West Indies was quiet todav
after mionda% demonstra
lion by over 200 students
concerned for securi:; oni
Miona camnpus
A number ot crliieN, hae
taken place on lite ci.lmpnus
during the last lfew mon.hl,
including rape and armed
robbery. Bit( Moniday
demonstration was s,,parked
by incidents when a student
of Mary Seacole tlall reported
the lthett of a lape recorder
and a watch from her rioom
and ttwhen a couple sixiiimg
their sons in (Chancellor Hall
%were robbed b guniiiien


THI SON I I I i L m
marked the 50th anni\eisar\
oft Lennin\ death with all
outpouring of stateimtentN
reaffirming the lo>taltl of lie
( otmmunit Parts to Ii i
great banner


I t I S P -\ \ S I
government today loatted the
peseta and private banker
said thev expect d ii io i) p
to 5Q.32, per dollar. i,
lowest point sin1 e it wx%
revalued b\ 10 pter cenlt l io
year ago


THERE -WAS a siniple
wreath oa f w hitie
chrr santhemumst o to(r tli
Great Hall of lthe LndonII
Baines Johnson library inl
ustmin. Texas to mark illte
death of the 30th president
of lthe Lnited States I year
agt


SPAIN S iew interior
minister savs ithe goNs riiient
isx going to crack down hard
on terrorism and suboi rsion
tollohwming tile d xa xxin.Ititit
iast December ot Premier
Luis Carrero Blanco,


PR LSII) IN l 11 go
Ban/er iililatir\ ft gini in
Bolima doubid ltfilhe |pre ,!
bread. l lt tir iugair. r ft
paghletli anld lttee in ml
effort to dt .tw ,j\ %wi(h
scarcities, .ind A idesIprI
itiii ggling


F \ S(ILN I ISI l t Ilho- 1 l,
Sto xier of Ma.i iha ti t 11 i.'
called ,n tI i I S
9 i erilt v lt ti II il j 1
1biliop tis i n i, i t it \
10 \ ear- t t ," ih.. n
of soh:ir rtw it.


FR.\NCI. I ,t i andlt t hil
.S. ponsored i' i I< i
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n e l\ t m oi n tli i11 b ,i ii li l. iI
proposinQ I ri tii t l ilg, r
etllllng under I -.pi '

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o(\ r the arrest. an.' 1 ri rtic.
tre:Iliten'l t t o f t % ',,,.II.
w"h1 ') ere rc L\Ip-ihJ Iriin
Peking I jt- Siud.in bh.mk ,l
w thl ll esp ni' gt


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(iorulel\ saU the oeirtte t tban hlddi not
bitten deIepl enough into the 1 co ntr\ 's I coI l
stock s
"InueNtabl C thc're is bound to be a call tio
tihe' coal faces tor us to toughen Ip ou11
dition.l" lhe told ne'V iiien. "\1\ incliiiation iN
that there might he t i call tor a ballot on strike
ctionl
(iormleC\ st eillent came anidl presc
ICoep 1l fs of .1 spin in tI e (. abilnet and 1a bilt eI
poiti ttIl ro i \ cir c thieC ll -dad o\\orkwceek.
I jrlier. le.iattc ot big business itined labour
hiet'sN iIn calling tor a quick G(;o erniniicnit pa
Solllp roin l e wit coalminers to rc'stclu
tull-timne wolk


!,i'i. i l l to r xginated !ioin
(,)l!etI\ hl.1e 1 he had hccn
ipi i Id h\ the A nitcric.nit
'' i Ilerntc titali I Ol t is

Nh. i iti l it I h aid i hcli diL
,., t 1 h i ,i o. talking t rol nt iin
S ,'e! S linli \in He l It.' t
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nI -tix I 1 c iI Ix I-tIll I 'I
S.i,; I I liggige biieiind ;hlii


S thien' ttito k iii,
titi1 n Il l t' look ii ll
+ \ 'p',i'" )iileIe lo PO1,) ,i'111
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I, i i> tint pilot i's cabin ,!i l
S l iiin at gunpIoin tl l t
t |K- ihv pl ni! to lii\anai

nhI i it iC'Itenders. incl udiii

i it J olt )\i h' Witnessit'
hc I' d loti .1 nIla ionild
'A n io! in B g tl s. thc
t ,I ilibijt c lap i| l


.u).ii One wheel oI the planU wa-
Siil',i i (i )i, n t.sig' ttd wh'len it la lded itN
B !i i t.' I i and it rem ained
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CLOSE-UP on Boris
Spasskv: The former world
champion today won his
second game over American
champion Robert Byrne in
the world chess championship
quarterfinals.
Spasskv took the fourth
game after 29 moves and
almost four and one-half
hours of play. The Soviet
champion won game three on
Saturday. The first two gaines
ended in draws.(AP)


Diplomats


in brothel

rumpus

LONDON Two married
British diplomats were
expelled from a Dueosseldorf
brothel stumbled into ai
parking lot and damaged car
radio aerials and mirrors and
yelled remarks insulting to
Germany, German police say.
The Foreign Office said
today it has been decided to
withdraw them from their
posts, but they will stay on
pending a decision by the
German judicial authorities
on whether they are to lbe
charged. The diplomats were
identified as ConsulI
Alexander Gallie, and Vice
Consul Robert Mears. 27 A
Foreign Otfice spokesman
said the twio will pay the
costs lor any damage they
inflicted.
Neither (Gallic nor Mears
can claim diplomatic privilege
to avoid being plutitc ed.
British officials said this swas
because they were not
performing official duties at
the time of their spree.(AP)

Paper chase

TOKY(O ) .Asale on toilet
paper specially imported
from (lhma carried this sign:
"No need to worry about a
shortage of toilet paper any
longer."
Shoppers at the D)ai Li
store apparently didn't
worry They passed by the
toilet paper counter and
formed long lines to buy
detergents, the latest item to
be allected by reports of
shortages.


I lie surprise turnabout by the (Confe'derationr
of British Industry. w which had picked Priime
minister IEdward Heathl's h fii stand against Ill
inflaltion-feeding pia\ raise, ciaime with
(;o\ernmient disclosure ttha the nlatonll in I1Q73
Ihai registered the biggest trading deficit ini its
iisltor .
Preliminary official figure,, soiveId thi e
Biltish spent S5.105 billion mntre cvereas tlihi
the\ earned. Wrapped upi in this hige loss w ,Is
a deficit for Decenibc i alone of S720 millionn.
Nsecoinil biggest iiiontlil\ slilittall e\ei
recorded.
Further, the pound sterling plIingeild tioi
ilian three cents against the dolloi to lc


Nixon 'team


player'


up


on new charge


WASHING( I O)N lherbeit
I Poiter. tlhe tornici N i\oi
re-election coiim iilttcc official
who ladmitited ly ing under oath
to reailnall "'a te.iI pli> \ rc \.a
chtirged xxitilt i uiktic uNiis'
titc'ni'tsi i to the I BI
l'he charge g c t.ii A t
llm illliH t i penalty ot l et \t elI
int prison and a S 1.I.000 tine
Porter, 5, had been
picpared to plead guilt l. I, s
law\ er sadul. But tilhte judge
assigned to t cah e ta was ill and
the case w\is put off. perlilhps
fol a week
Ihe slendel bo- sii hd-lookinlg
Portic told lilt Senatet'
Watergate ('omiliiile last June
thal he lied to lte i'BI. to the
(;lIand Juir\ aild atl the
Watergate inal about imoncie lie
gave to Goldot I iddi tlihe
alleged iiiasterniiiiild ot the
Sil i:- ii. break-in.
lie id hlie agreed to lithe li
"bhccauis' ol lthe fcear of group
presstie that would ensue, oit
not being aI lteai plav er c
Porter. wxho had chairg' e g t
.litheduhng, is lhe third ottlial
ol President Ni\on's re-election
toIIIIIltetc' to ie cl'h li! d inl
i Ii-nect ion with covering Iup
thlie bieak-in
JiCb S Magnul'er. deputy>
diiec to tI o li e ci on'ill tt'e, and
I icderick ( '. .arue, political
coordiniiitor, pleaded guilty lst
eCar to conlspir;ai I t l ob tlllct
l',Iict'. lhIiC h te no1 t bt'eei
senteni1 edl
As PoItci stood bteore I I' S
District Judge John J Sircai to
xwaie his right to 111
lindilitient. a I (,ti and Juil was>
tAkIu g IestiC i nii' iI n tlie iN se o
lihe tflwed and lnon-existe 'ii
White Iouse W ilt'irgiate tapes'
SiIicid last I rndaii eCndied weeks
ot tlesiiiilon iln open court oil
the m.ittllr .ind i leC Miineided
Randnd Juir\ actionn
ill. i the l ire\ weie lth ec'
inst1dImcs where the Wil'Nhiiec


Floating franc a blow to European unity


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Ni t i -lll-t but it cm inot b
hib .lled entiel\ on I'rince
t( ilI t Ic I, Ic I :tl to choose thel
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\,illIIplc twicI dC \alucd tIle
hlll I e slick w\, ves I Ntx is sentI
thi uigh tI h c international
111 on1 etl d I ste1 .
One trouble within the French
,move is that Presidenti (ieories
PoI|Ill )dou ,ild F( innlld cc"
M i nsl-tI Valci\ (;iscardI
idl Istaing hi\c long been
ptiulllhig toti I tlcr atitionit l
coop rat', ioln il .1a return I to ,
gcineral s\stlenll ot ltixed
S\,ichln c raltcs that would
stila i /c hlie price ot mirlItt onl c .
I li e I encli w i' dlimong the
itost t. lt.ial mI hen the British
titl I thc Italian's decided ton
dILop )ouIt of the system and
( loat their currencies ouLItside
tixed exchange rates Now the
I rnch. too ha\w joined the
"got -t-alone" app1lrotacIth of thic


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aill-time low t 12 5'0U lat openl'nI g ai the
toicgll c\,hanlgc market. tic pound laH'm
rtcovered slightly when tle Bank of 1 Itilind
bt'galt bu l iti)p pounds to stop the s.hdc
Industry. call on the Heatlchil ocinincilt to
C ildI soinw\hait to the deiiiands o lthe
200,(00t milies tor more' pJi- \\ias n:iiLdC b '
(ontlederation Dircclor-eiacil ( aniplell
.Adail'msoi. Shoilll u bfctoi lcadln .1an
'iilplo ,, C S ldt'lV egallion IntO talk, \ilh I I leTS
M minister l.old C'.itiln glon. \dL1iiisopn 1 i l in Ji
broadc aist itter wr it \
S I hel '! inlers l e spccical. and l 1 should h'e
iiide cleat J r hllc\ will b1c tIteacdil in a pt % il \a l .i
in thI lliturt "


I hclien lt p .,,-'d t hiCt pltilge
oilercid I uihe Ir.i es I t n ll
tilt, i s ol bL i hN it ,t i
illioin organlll/d w>'kWt'I.- I''l
to luse .111ny sp p .lw\ad o
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to a ,i Ilo'Mitcli lt thli I 1 it lud
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Coal miners give all-out strike warning


AND BUSINESS CHIEFS URGE HEATH: MAKE A QUICK COMPROMISE


Political storm


over invasion


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Loan
Palmdale 2-1421
Opp. City Market
Trevor Thompson,
Manager


IVT retlu'rt I ed to the iit- :.,-
an ul l oI d px li. t
il i n in l I l \\iv lth.it
(Go er inent was detek ts, *
signing the dI et(I IIngagement I'I n
wiith I gI-t pi
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dia\ o Ills di% Ision lNit i -!.
I g pt. Sharon entiv /cd Ql.
liCigh (ouiinai ld andi.1 ;
wo\trnnienit and said lu -
going to "fight o i i':h,'
troit to p irevent nurthei .ir-
I li.t wjts taken as tihe x NI ..
ol ain attackk on Prenuet 'i;.id
\lell's government II !.I
Kncel,, t. tihe Israeli Paihlini n 'w
I lit general was sworxnti 1 i
tlhe KIneset's openly ing i', t
,is spectatrs, h tu//ed Inlls !i it .
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NULLIUS ADDICTS JUpARE IN VERBA MAGCISM
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas 01 No masterr
I FON I -UPIt'CH. Publisher.Editor IQ03 1 914
SIR V lII NNF l)t PUCi t o. .. K. .S.;.. l.l.it [l .I,
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Contributing fditur 1972
FILEFN )tTr'l'U CARRON.M.Sc., B.A LL.B..
Publisher/ Iditor 1972 -
Published Daily Monday to Saturday


EDITORIAL


What is the truth?


By LI l \\l DLP)L II
I HIAVL read over again the interview given by Prime Ministei
Pindling to Ti lMiami Herahi oil January 10th to lmalk the six
months period since independence and the seventh \Lai of what
Mr. Pindlinti described as "'maltoity rule".
I have already dealt w hith hi slanted coliiiiientls on ( tie
development ot violent ile in he islands but I \vill touch on it
briefly again today .
"'l-i the Bahamas. Pindling said. the enmeigene of crime as a
serious problem is relatively nlew%.'" 7c IlHrahl ieporled Mr.
Pindling as saying "It has been a soutlcc of pide tor Blahlamians
in the past that. while crinne lurished elsewhere in tie world. It
remained a relatively minor problem in tlhe Bahamias.
"Now thai has changed." 77Thc Ihruhl stotr ctuillnucd
"Pindling maintained that the catalyst tos i the uise in climie cnaie
in llie sulmilneri of 1Q72 duintg a national election L ur,'ai.r "
Iie then piroceeded to blame the Opposition for a inMuder thal
took place dining tihe general election campaign oti that vear.

We havC illn outr tiles picliues oI menti and women ilwho were
setnouNsl inluied by P L. I P. oon squads earl\ ill te lh90O's.
Has M%. Pindling lol otten lthe lewis Yard, (Hand Bahania
outrage wi hen loppiosittonr candida tes and sippol iter we lepublicly
eaten utip while police oliceis watched anld made no attllipt to
stop this terrible altaii
vein a Tribunm lepiesenlatlie was knocked unrconscCious and
his camera smashed up by the "goons".
And, lest Mi. Pindling miglhi have forgotlen. I would remind
hni of lite violent attack inade oni \l. Cecil Wallace Wh'itfield one
night when he leftll tie IlHouse ofl Assemblh. IThe oull\ thing that
saved hliin trom serious ilijirv was that a gioup oI stin" ,
Ipolicemen0 siuiro indeCd ilin ... ptished hlin Im o a cai .. atid ditove

Whi doesn't M\i Pindlitin ask the lion. Paul AdderleV. who is
llnow lhis Ministel of I uForeitgn fails what happened It hltn lithenr
lie wast in lie Opposition and tired to liold a public riteetrnr ii the,
Westellrn )ist)tliict \ici i e waJs their c tl iestlnlg i ll all electirm'
llhat year tnone otf ithe Opposition candidates were able to hold
public meetings.
In aal these cases Oppositioni politician were attacked by
P.L.P. "goons" and in manyi cases their suipportels were iniured.
Inll le case MI. Pindling is tlling to euimphasi/ce. rascals tihe
Opposition was obliged to Uiise as bodyguards because ol the new
element introduced to elections bh P.L .P. "goons", had a quarrel
among themselves ... and one oi lhemn was murdered.
This wa, a terrible case but as long as the P.I-.P gootns operate
it will be necessary for Opposition candidates to engage
body guards to protect them tiom violence I i fnl itl untlatCiv these
bodyguards must hbe drawn ftom violent elements in the
contnunity .
it must either be this way ... or thie O()ppositiotn must decide hto
disappear and let the nation become a one-party state.
This certainly is the P.I .P.'s ambition. It will be recalled that
the lion. (Clement Maynard declared in a public speech that lie
would inot be satisfied until lie Bahamnas was 100 percent P L.P.
This WOuld mean a one-party state and a dictatorship

Ill his interview i. Pindlini'g dilitted that it was thie policy ol
Ils kgo.rCerniiCent to favotiL P.L.P supporlei s with tIe award oI
conlltracts.
"'If two bids came in (on a government jot or project) ofl more
or less ;,mparahlcl si/e, the\ didn't necessarnli have to be equal.
and tire one was from a P.L.P. who hadn't had thie opportunity
before. lie would have gtt1en tlhe opportuniit lThere ain't nto
doubt about that. ie would ihave goltien that oppoltiunit. '
Has Mr. Pindling Iogotten! the manner in winch the contact
was awarded for the construction ot ar airport at Andros'?
The story behind this coriliact was tliat Atrnolnd ('Cargill lost lout
to Darrel Rolic in a bid to be a candidate for an Andros Island
seat vacated by thie deathli ofi Mi C'laience Bailti
Mr. Cargill was a veis disappointed mian.
At this limne tenideris were called or tlhe construction of the
airport al Andros.
Mr. Cargill, who had hiad no expect ence in airfield construction.
and who had no equipment with which to do tie work, put in a
high bid ... a very high bid.
There were several etihei bids b, tinre all Ba.h ialniants hut not
P. .P's who wr ere capable il doirg tins work and who hiad the
equipmienl to perftorn thie roi satlisftaetonli
The lowest bid was substantially' below that of Mr. C'aigll ...
but thie contlilract was given to Mr. C('arill.
The figure at which hie eceived lthe coniltact was so high that
hie wi as able ti sub h-r'uin'rar't t In t arl Alin'riiati firli. /inkc
(rnstruc'tin otr ( ...alld pei suiabhs skill a substantially prt'il t o
lhe top without doing a stngle tiing!
Is this lthie wa, a supposedly honest government is conducted''

Then there was thIe case of a coiiliac loi buildings in the


Sandilands prison compound. MNi Clinent Maynaid uwas then
Minister of Public Woiks
The contract was awarded to Bonded Construction Co.
It later transpired that the man who signed foli tie company
had a long criminal record, both here and in the U.S. Soon afite
the contract w\as signed tins lman disappeared IIand lost Ihiself in
the U.S.
Anld 77tc lTribune revealed tihe fact that Bonded Construction
Co. was owned b\ MNi Oscar Johnson, P.1 P. meimbier of the
House for the Cat Island disitri!
Is this the wa an holiest government operates?
I, *** * *
A myitster\ not Cel settled is the way the conlistuction of tlihe
new Post Office building was handled.
Sit Roland Sviuioneite. a reputable Bahamianin building
contractoir. put in a low bid foi an I english tiiln.
The contract was given tol ai American firn with a couple of
P.L.P. Square Dealers fronting for them.
Somewhere along thie line Prince Strachan, who reportedly had
a close association with a meitib i of lihe Cabinet. gotl ii on the
deal.
The Post Office cost a great deal more than the estimate.
Mr. Pindling should not forget that lie answered questions on
the Post Office in the IHouse ... and it was late proved that his
answers were not the truth. Was lie misled on this occasion by the
Minister responsible foi this work. or was lie a party to a plan to
deliberately deceive tie IHouise anid thIe public"
A great deal of mvsstei still surrounds the o\eiexpenditure ion
the Post Office and it now seems that the truth will never be
known.

In his interviews witllh F lliami Herah/ Mr. Pindling said that


New risks to Press



freedom in America


MIAMI (AP) NI ." r.isns
and "grave, CVents endanger
t eedoi ut thie press in the
nAmericas. but there have been
s e v e r a l ta' u r a ti
o.evelopunt1n'its i ls i e C united
States. the Inter Anieri :an
P'ri-es association \sas told
%londa>
(iermnan Ornes, chairman of
ie IAI'A's commitniitee oni
treedoni ofl ihe press and
intorimiation. s.id that rulers inn
di :,it.uiatic nations as well as in
those of totalitarian syo steins
'look on the press as a natural
enemy that should be
suppriIessed, muied or, at the
\emr least. neutuali/eed
Speaking heforc a Iointi
meeting oft tie executive
conrurnmitt'ee and the advisory
council of IAPA's watchdog
organization. Ornes declared
thlat almost eve;y country in
the hemisphere, including the
United States. was guilty o t
ics clinlt g the Press in s tlli
manner.
lie said attacks on the Ui S
press bhy the Nixon
adntini.stration, the academic
conullillnity and others arena on
tihe increase.
Nothing could be more
danurgerous to freedom than the
co'ncCpt attributed to) LU S.
.aca.dellic circles lthdt news
jnd opiinon should he treated
in the same wayt ash
merchandise. Omrnes said
"C'( arrivedd to its logical


e\l.v:ie. :: ouild lead to stale
intervention ill the area ot
freedom ot expression under
the guise tof protecting the
onll uI Il trs ot tl e s adntA
opinions,"' staid Ihei publistier
fro ln Stanto Donliingo.
Dominian Repuhlic
lie added, hitniie e i' lht
several developments n tmite
'niutned Smait's "'itlustl tnt'
cons,id red ( positi C lir'
were
t An agreement 1e) 'lh ccln
newspaper oi lan actionsns ,Ill j
I louse L Onrttill 't' t I on a hill io)
protect tic news elll.n again'.1st
indicial anid f dminditistlilr i e
attempts I o Iorn c t' lhtli to)
reveal Ihei sources of
intoma Iion.
1 hie supince court 's
agreement to consider anll
appeal Ihs the Mianni Herald olmi
whCetIhte states cnll reituiet
newspapers to giv', licen space
to political candidates to reply
to criticism appi earil ine newI iC
stores or editor ials
I he t m a1 et'lt'iie l's nto
freedoml of expression non tlli
continent areC (u ,ii and Haiti.
Oincs said
In Chile. tihe new inilitn
leaders \\im o o crlhnc' Mal\isl
I'rcnid'nt Saiador ]lundeC
siu liecl htie press to prior
c.' e iI t so ir i p 'I tuin Ill i 11
newspapterien r lir e in I il aid ai
large number oft publ ,,iationsi,
have been sInrinalia sIhilut
down.'" hle s ild


they gave their mlrent an opportunity to get conliacits. II a mall
failed, lie said, he would not be given a second chance.
This means that Mr. Pindling must have beenC s,;lisfhed with the
performance of Prince St achan in the Post (O)lice allan because
Ii s government lalei awarded him tihe contract or tlhe
Constlructionl of houses in the Yellow LIderi (aildens low cost
housing project which has ended in a serious f lascuo.

lihe goovernimeilt seems it have taken the D)ud Manmalrid
alfai at thie Princess Maigamet Hospital i its s,,ide Ilhis allail
cost the taxpayers a quarter mimlliontl dollais. But lho caIes'"

And certainly there has been no c\pl,;iniialio l ll ih lahge
amll lit of miltoney spent on plans oi a TV station witli il\ li the
foundation for a building to show foi it.

I could go on listing case after case of Hiis kind ... anid so I only
laughed when Mr. Sinclair Out ten recently suggested in a speech
in the St. Barnabas election campaign that the government should
pass a Bill of Integrity. After that government could prove that its
members are all honest men!
If the cases I have listed above aie considered honest
operations ... small wonder that our formerly law-abiding people
have lost respect foi the law and that crime is oni the increase,
Tlie crime is alarmingly on the increase ... even Mr. Pindhlng
adnuts.

Mr. Pindling was t truthful in his interview wivtli te ierad
when lie said that the Immigratio n De'partment had relaxed its
\work permit restrictions.
NMany business mien are finding Immigration more reasonable
since Mr. Pindling has taken ovei thins vital department tiom
control by his Deputy Arthur I lannia.
But there are cases that it is still difficult o understand. The
ownel oft a major operation in thI island told ine a few davs ago
that lie asked permission to bring in a technician foi a month to
help complete a job. No Bahamian was available todo this work.
Hi s application ...r rju st one non'/l .. was refused.
This seems unreasonable to me.

NOTE. I bioke off from a travel series last week to deal within a
few topical subjects. The travel series will be continued


A TIOUGilT FOR 1Oi,.-\A
I iction lags behind tiuth. BURKI


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REPLIES TO PM's ALLEGATIONS


I dli 1 I 11, I b 1 ne.

h1 l I l' ini tr N elin i nel d In
lllin 'ii n n n'b]ll k ,s \ti st t ued
I lin t' t i' 'n 'ncii 'len i ion in
Scl sr i ia ii l me

PCisn


I would Ilke to recall the
1 O-,S I BI'-I'LP election in
hitdit unocent D)orset blood
wiss she In I1fn at a meeting
in I ox lHill ii. brother Donald


EXUMIAN QUESTIONS

MR. COAKLEY


1 )l I C R I h I nI IuI '.n
Pninl csr lilln .' nil' ,spnt sl it
our \aliu l'k' !',i|' ': I ) e\]p 'ess
n11is uttus nt\1- 'I!i in 1\ h mlm ie
1 'irn. I iltiu\ ilul t unnun'imh thei
I M nl.ii tiluin \ns i0 itot
l)De'tnihnt r ," nd I sJs
surpn i sid1 i li it ununC lntion t hat
rnsl hlmi'c \\as ini It \swouldt
,se In th.i at tli r'pl'eni at iveC
lor in\ c'onstiii ic' t ihe lion
I i\ in'.slon Coiak!e\ hias
co tn itletel\ tJ. lld i o Jo
,a lint i i o Iu proil e Ithe
condini n ut in thle III, sinnuce he
J',Ci C L']u kuf
1)uti is t uo C 'one r1 |. carn
l t'encli's h \c gone up. tihe cost
of li\u ng hais sks rocketed ind
notll il i.',s i, n donlle to help
tl I uinai nirain In tact. I ant
lold lit lis i'\,'n siC lpf ed
visiting tfh lite Is mI I hi e t
tlhe vot s in I rIrnimT sri- ill tlihe
I or'st. \lt linn( I olih i pson,
R Mi s u' \ \l s s I u n .
I leimi mule.' (norgCe Il wn,
Rolle I o\\ n,. ti e' I eCi I oirIes
11ill, andu W i\lliams IO\-n li hey
doll t see li cCoukle' I an

BliIt \1i ( I ',toaklc p 'lease
remiet'nIilbh' r I tlect ion tnll is
comiiring .laiii IPeo Cle iu ill not
he tooled u inti in hl \ promises.
I he silnoilr desfioyt ed all the
cropNs since tlasi s ar Ytou
p1i)oInlsL'u 1 in( visnil it'e arca to
see ihe dniaageC bU' m lou have
rnot el t laken your tr nic to find
out th e \ient ot hle damage.
Ihe bridge is in poor condition

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Nation.il ANidubon Society of
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second in its 19)74 series of
willitfe tilins uon Saturday, Jan.
20 at 8 p.Im., at the Teaciher's
lInaining College Auditorium,
Oakes Field
I hie siIescl ft Saturday's
show ing s deatht h Valley
I and of 'Contrast,'" filmed and
narrated b1 Mr Kent Durden.
Frinom thlie lor of IDeath
\alleic at 2X2 feet below sea
level, to the tallest peaks of it
htr)dering mountain ranges.
photographer Kent Durden
s',Ir0ows ii\newers the surprising
,rii t n\ of plant and animal lite
that is found in this harsh
enTironment, More than 40
species oft animals. including
lhe ringtail cat. desert and
hih norn sheep, prairie falcon.
kl f o x'\, avocel and golden
eigle are fe,iatured 'yen here,
in this desert ot' deserts, lite is
a bunI da n
Seasonln t I 'keI s t'for thil
ie'itainmng fltilns in the series
nayl lhe purchased at theI
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Street.


WELCOMING


Cable Beach Branch at the


-nd .I it is nut repaired soon
someone wilI soon be killed
going over it. 't uu promised to
putl an airstrip on Ragged
Island but nothing has been
done about it
Mr ( oaklcy lie people in
I tuna have ,iuke'ned up, but
SMr Cooakle 1 \oiidI like to
remind oun that Mr. George
Smith lia.ts sited his
constitutenIc twice a month to
find the needs ot iis people
and \ou can' t i!nd tuine to visit
ouint people ait least once a
mllonth
You have talicd all of your
voters and come next election
they \ ill \O ou' ol out


I reepotl .
( Randd Bahama


OUR


LEON GRAY


"'London" Dorsett was stoned
While in hiis truck 'lThe truck
was overturned. Hie was heated
nearly to death. A cut on his
forehead took six stichies
-his was done by the PLP
goon squads who were
breaking up all UB' niceetinrgs.
lo :,vc i his life. hie had to run
though the bushes to sfteiy
ot motrse. thistu .eiouo s dentt
As it mevcr hrioad't' o.t u
/.N k t
You know Bahamians, we


.'re p:it ing a hell of a lot for a
radio station that is not truly
f.'r all the public but merely a
PLP propaganda vehicle fed
news by paid propagandists.
1 he station is costing the
public a fabulous sum, more
than ever in its history, and it
is a complete disgrace poor
pronunciation and lousy
music. ZNS is not serving all
tie Bahamian people, yet this
P'.I' government is heaping
more and more taxes on us.

ALVERON N. DORSETT
January '21st. 19474
Nassau N.P.


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DEAR ABBY: A mother wrote in complaining because
her husband would never let their eight-year-old son win at
Monopoly or chess, and you agreed that the father was
right.
Let's put the shoe on the other foot. Years ago, I used
to play dominoes with my father, who was then getting on
in years and not as sharp as he used to be. I could have
beaten him every time if I had wanted to, but I often let
him heat me. I can still recall the look of pleasure on his
face when he'd win.
You said a child should learn to accept defeat with
grace and good sportsmanship until he develops the skill to
win fairly and squarely. But in the meantime, the boy is
apt to think of his father as a merciless "machine" that
runs over him with all the grace of a bulldozer.
GOOD JUDGMENT 1I HOPE
DE 1It J1 Iin,I'.f r: Letting "Papa" win at dominoes
isn't the same as letting Junior win. Children are not easily
fooled, and it's more confidence shattering to suspect that
Daddy is "letting" them win. But read on for a better
solution.
DEAR ABBY: You missed the obvious answer to Moth-
er, who thought Father shou,.u let their eight-ycar-old win
once in a while
,et Dad play with a handicap! Handicaps are used by
pros and amateurs to even the odds in all kinds of games.
Sure. the son needs to learn how to accept defeat with
grace, but losing all the time is no fun, and it only teaches
discouragement.
l've hecn playing games with my seven-year-old son for
years, and we both play to win because I take a handicap.
As his skill increases, my handicap decreases
Accept defeat gracefully, Abby, and tell Dad to even up
the game by using this suggestion.
DOUG KINDSCHI: SPRINGFIELD, ILL.
DEl\R DO(G: You win! I sometimes need a greater
handicap than I settle for. As in this instance.
DEAI AB FY: Every year for the past 16 years I have
made Christmas dinner for "the family" at my home. I
always have between 24 and 30, and I work very hard to
make it nice.
My question: flow long should I be expected to wait for
ANSWERS IN PAN AM
TRIBUNE CONTEST


ALTHOUGH tour persons tied for first place in The
Tribune/Pan American Photo Contest only one of them will be
able to take that dream trip to anyone of 21 European cities
offered in the contest.
Mrs. Margaret L. Stirling of Nassau is the lucky person who got
a perfect score in the tie-breaking run off held at The Tribune
offices in Nassau and Freeport on Saturday.
She wins a round trip ticket for two whenever she wants to
take it this summer.
To iwin the trip contestants had to identify 30 photographs
trom somewhere in Pan American's travel system, which
appeared weekly in The Tribune over a 13-week period. The
contest ended on November 17 with four persons getting
all 30 photographs correct Thiry-one persons correctly identified
29 places in the competition.
Following is a list of the correct answers to the photographs
published in the contest:
Photo I Reykjavik, fceland: 2. Belem Tower, Lisbon,
Portugal: 3. Venice. Italy; 4. Lech. Austria; S. Spanish Steps.
Rome, Italy: 6. Bergen, Norway waterfront: 7. Dublin, Ireland; 8.
Nice. France Promenade de Anglaise; 9. Brussels, Belgium,
Town Hall in main square: 10. Germany, Stuttgart railway
station: I 1. Vienna, Austria; 12. Oslo. Norway, National Theatre:
13. Prague. C(zechoslovakia, 14. Frankfurt, Germany 15. Isfahan,
Iran (Shah Mosque 16th century) 16. Paris, France. The Seine:
17. London. 10 Downing Street: 18. Amsterdam, Netherlands:
19 Munich, Germany; 20 Copenhagen, Denmark Nyhaun
waterfront: 21. Madrid, Spain Plaza Mayor: 22. Chartres,
France (Cathedral of C'hartres): 23. Stockholm. Sweden view of
the town hall oft Stockholm through rigging of a Baltic trading
schooner: 24. Moscow. St, Basil's Cathedral: 25. Edinburgh.
Scotland: 26. Dusseldorf, Germany; 27. Barcelona, Spain Plaza
Puesta de la Ray; 28 Dubrovnik. Yugoslavia: 29. Istanbul.
Turkey The Sultan Ahmnet Mosque (Blue Mosque); 30. Machu,
Picchu, Peru Inca ruins


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"That's not fair. Your department's team always wins
when you draw the boss's face on the volley ball."


Xhe (ribunt


Even up the odds
late p in-" My invitations read, "cocktails at 6:30 p. m
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This past I'hi i-i.i. a married niece and her husband
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hour to an hour and a half late. I The little ones wern
hungry and got it-.-l and the older ones drank to<
much. and myn dinner was overcooked. Need I tell you how
I felt?
Please answer this in your column as I am sure othe
hostesses have the same problem. UPSE'


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-'.: P-, in June A~ Ml Burrow
r" a .o;ernimcn tHlih School
i cnt graduate, sa. o her "' he ti
l' C'.jnd but extlting and enio able"
cc- ob. "Thc hotel ndustr off ers
pt ured more sope than the airlines
\t Parad is. I i'e a ns
.ivl' ; ere,,-.t g, people 'eel most
: d1 In he' spare tinme. Mrs.
ho Burrows reads, cooks and
a-tO ,t'r' potters around in her garden A
eni, travel bug a' heart, her
Sa.iai hoiidai s have aaken her to such
t-arwaI place a-' Hawaiiw .
S \;o anid A\stra She is
n rricd to [ e li i:ows. part
n,:c: .-I Burrows and Burrows
eat Supples. and the couple
;ve in P froi'n -\ Jdition with
th::'r wo ,h:I iren


'WO NEW APPOINTMENTS AT STAR INSURANCE


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I[WO SAL! S rcpres ittaives
from the Home Service
Department ot Star Insurance
(Co Ltd. Floyd Underwood
and Irvin Rolle. have been
promoted to new posts,
Shervin W. Thompson, general
manager said today.
Appointed Building
Supervisor tor the Star Pla/a
office and shop complex on
Ma,.ke\ Street is Floyd C.
Underwood. Star Plaza, head
office for the insurance firm, is
owned by the company and
houses in three main buildings
a number of business and
protess'onal establishments,, as
well a. retail shops factno the
east courtyard.
Mr I nderwood was born in
Nassau son of Mrs. Mildred P
I'nderwood and the late Mi.
(arilsn Underwood. He was'
cduca'ed at Ihonpson 's
Ptr\,aie School and the Roberts,
At 'crnoon School. He joined
SiI.r .Insuance as a salesman in
June. O 2. He is single.


Mr Irvin R. Rolle has been
named to the ne wly created
position of Audit Supervisor.
lie will be responsible for field
audits of debits throughout the
entire comlIpany operation,
including the Bahamas Famnily
Islands and the Turks & Caicos
Islands.
Mr. Rolle was born in
Rolletown. I umnia January 14,
1N39, son of the late Mrs.
Jeramia Forbes and the late
Mr. Alpheas Rolle. He was
educated in Rolletown, after
which he enrolled in the Royal
Bahamas Police Force. He
joined Tiopical Insurance Co.
i l "4. becoming a Star
Insurance sales representative
when Tropical merged with
Stal in l'1(n
HIe IN an avid baseball and
: : tn and is a Lieutenant
in the Bos Brigade. He is
mained to the former Rose
Moncur ol Nassau, and thev
haie iour children. a girl and
three bo's.


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Energy crisis 'not

contrived' in U.S.


WA5' t x,,. I -IN Oil
executives told Congress
Monday the energy crisis was
not contrived by the petroleum
.. industry, but was caused by low
- natural-gas prices and
environ mental concerns.
The executives testified
before a Senate subcommittee
investigating the severity of the
energy crisis. The hearing
opened with Sen. Abraham A
kibicoff, (D-Conn.) accusing
the oil industry of "cheating
the American public."
Rihicoff said major oil
companies had deliberately
misled the public about the
scope of the energy crisis to
create a panic situation Heie
said the result was that "people
are so fnghtened about
tomorrow that every time they
pass a gasoline station they fill
up, just like a dog stopping at


e\erC telegraph pole."
I ecCutives of Fxxon. (Gulf,
Mobil. Shell, Standard of
(alihfrnia. AnAoco and Texaco
sat as a panel to answer, under
oath. charges that the oil
shortage was concocted.
Harry Bridges, president of
si,. II Oil Co.. said the shortage
not only is genuine but the
worst is ret to come.
"We are going to have such
acute shortages in the next few
mni ths in all products," he
sa id.
Fd Bonner. president of
Giult Oil Co-US. said the
shortage should have come as
no surprise because the
industry has been issuing
iain wings since 1960.
Bonner denounced the
"mistaken notion" that the
crisis was caused by the Arab
shutoff of oil to the United
States.


To wed in July


JULY 19 has been set as the
wedding date for Karen Joy
Cooper. formerly of Nassau
and now a Lakeland, Florida
resident and Richard Gartlan
of Beaufort. South Carolina-
Joy is the daughter of Mrs.
James N. Cooper and the late
Rev James N Cooper, founder
of the Baptist Bible Church,
the New Testament Baptist
Church and Nassau Christian
Schools in Nassau Richard is
the son of Mr and Mrs. William
Gartlan of Beaufort. South


Carolina.
Joy attended the Bahamas
Baptist C i. L and is now a
sophomore at Piedmont Bible
College. Wi ,nton-Salem. North
Carolina.
Richard graduated from
Thomson High School.
Thomson, eorgia. and is a
junior at P:edmont. The couple
plan missionary work after
graduation.
The wedding is to take place
at the Calvary Bible churchh in
Lakeland.


Nassau Beach's new campaign
LEARNING DETAILS of the Nassau Beach Hotel's
"We've Got Life" campaign, which is being directed toward
travel agents as well as consumers, is Leonard Hicks,
president of the Leonard Hicks Organization (right). George
Myers, vice-president and general manager of the Nassau
Beach Hotel, shows Hicks some of the ads incorporating the
new promotional concept.


DELTEC

DIVIDEND
THE directors of Deltec
International Limited declared
a regular quarterly dividend
payment Thursda' of S0. 10
per share on the ordinary
shares payable on March 5,
174 to holders of record at
the close of business February
15. 19"4.
Deltec International -.imited
is principally engaged in
investment and merchant
banking and offers an extensive
range of financial services in
selected developing countries
in the Western Hemisphere,
Europ" and Asia Deltec is also
,ng.g.. in food distribution
and real estate development.
Its shares are traded on the
Nexw York and f1oronto stock
Exchanges


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British American

Insurance meeting
B RITISIH-AMlFRI( AN
Insurance Company, Ltd has
arranged to hold its annual
Caribbean 1) i %Ision
Superintendents of Agencies
meeting in Nassau.
The purpose of this meeting.
which began today, and
continues through January 24.
is to review the progress of the
company's Caribbean Division
to date and to finalize plans for
the next fiscal year which
begins in April.
Roger Savers, senior vice
president, agency, will host the
meeting which will be chaired
by F Roy Vaz, vice president,
agency, and will be attended
by the company's president.
Hens P. Vanderschoot. several
resident company officers.


COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS
IN THE SLIPRI \1 COURT
EQUITY SIDE


1973
No. 39


NOTICE
THE QUIETING TITLES ACT 1959

To: 1. All adjoining owners and or occupiers


2. All, Aderse C'latiant.s


The Petition of Laban Ferguson of the Southern
District of tie Island of New Providence one of
the Islands in the C'onmmonwealth of the Bahamas
in respect of:
ALL THAT parcel of land comprising lot
number thirteen (13) in block number
fi ft-seven (57) in "inglerston" in thie Sou then
District of the Island of New Providence one of
the said Bahama Islands a plan of the said
"Englerston" being lodged for record in the
office of thie Surveyor General in Nassau in tilhe
said Island of New Providence.

Leban Ferguson claims to be owner of the
tUiinincitLbered Iee simple estate in possession of
the said land and ihas made application to the
Supreme Court of tile C',i niiit in e.llih of the
Bhaimas under Section 3 of The Quieting Titles
Act 1959 to have his title to the said land
investigated and thie nature iand extent thereof
determined and declared in a (certificate of Title to
be granted by thie Court in accordance with the
provisions of the said Act.
(Copies of tIh pl:n of t li :.lid land ilimay be
inspected during normal office hours in tilhe
following places:

(a) The Registry of the Supreme Ciourt. Public
Square at the City of Nassau in teil Island of
New Providence.
(b) Tile Chambers of Messrs. Carson. Lawson,
Klonaris. Sawyer & Knowles, 309 Bay Street
in the said City of Nassau. Attorneys tor the
Petitioner. and
NOTICE is hereby given that any person having
dower or a right to dower or an adverse claim or a
claim not recognized in the Petition sliall onl or
before the 10th day of February. A.D. 1 974 file in
tile Supreme Court and serve on the Petitioner or
thie undersigned a statement of his claim in the
prescribed form verified by an Affidavit to be filed
therewith. Failure of any such person to file alnd
serve a statement of his claim on or before the
10th day of Februariy. A.D. 1974 will operate as a
bar to such claim.


CARSON. LAWSON. KLONARIS.
SAWYER & KNOWLES.
Chambers,
309 Bay Street,
Nassau. Bahamars.
Attorneys for thie Petitioner


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TODAY'S Bahanmas Mental Health Association's
topic to teachers is: "How do you feel
extra-curricula activities help develop good
qualities in today's youth)" The answers come in
differing treatment front Leviticus (Lou) Adderley,
headmaster of St. Augustine's College; Barbara
Yaralli, from the Ministry of Education and
Culture and Miss Betty Cole, Deputy
Commissioner and Traininq Officer of the Bahamas
Girl Guides Association and Swimming Coach.


MUSIC is a must


Anyone who is aware of, or
understands the development of
children knows how difficult and
unaware of his body a child is.
While studying to become a music
teacher, I became acquainted with the
ideas of Carl Orff, one of Germany's
greatest present-day composers and
educators of music for children.
His philosophy is that of training
children to create music at an early age
and working with and improving the
natural progression of building up of
skills.
The basic elements of this idea of
Orff's are rhythm and the enjoyment
and performance of music.
The technique is based on Orff's
belief that all children can understand
and enjoy music and that music should
grow in the child as the child grows: as
Orff so ably puts it "rhythm and
melody are elemental forces which
must be allowed to grow in the child's
mind".


By BARBARA YARALLI
B Mus., B. Mus. Ed., Dip. Ed.


I believe that the -stud .: 'i.s;.
should be conpuls ly. B '- 1 d
not mean that a chd d h i- i.o,c ,1
musician or a music tI- tl 1 tI'ci
that the study ot mu-i i. .
everything that -u)ntI '- !.
complete and r ou dlcd *J 1 '1.I-n
the human mind.
I1 say athletic- i ih!In
most popular extra .i- ,li:1 i i
among today sOU \ n "''-
begin to icompar' ' I
no other discipline can!
Music involves iniii ,
than any othrt ; i .
m them atics, it l ias ,hi"r i ij t 'i .
it has con t nictii n i : ,. 1, '!
has presentatik n \il .\ Iii t hit
im provisation Ii l lht-, : .. ri. : i.'
child who studI-s ii -i ; t :,
multitude of abilities, lr I,,.!l, hi .
maximum creative c pit i ili
The social irnp'ixio <'t lh-
playing of tnusical s it l 'l ir
bank, and sinreinr in :


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Contestants in the Bahamas Mental Health Association
Oratorical Contest Seated fron lcft: Euica Ingraham (CC.
Sweeting), Sherill Brennan (GHIS), Pierre Hood (S.A.C.),
Betty Major (Bahamas Academy): standing: Wilret Strachan
(A.F. Adderley), Anya Davis (St. Francis Youth Group),
Veronica Duncanson (Girl Gds). Portia Smith and
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Matinee starts at 2:45 Continuous showings
Evening 8:30 ro 00
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Judy Lee Alex Roe-L, Hari Rhodes

PLUS PLUS
"THE SLAVES WITCHH OF THE
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Gianna Maria Canale Claudmine Auger,
Luigi Pistilli
'Phone 2-2534 No one under 17 admitted.




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'Phone 3-4666


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NO ON N)ER 17 r!)MITTE)


GUIDING is so good for
our young people." I am
certain that you have heard
this statement many many
times, but have you ever
asked why is it good for
them? What lies behind the
fire lighting and the knot
tying?
Guiding is a system of
training, of which the
Founder said: "The end is
character character with a
purpose." To do this, there is
an 8 point programme, in
which activities grouped
under the eight headings,
M ind, Physical fitness,
Character, Creative Ability,
Relationships with people,
Readiness and Ability to
serve others, Homecraft skills,
and enjoyment of the out of
doors, are introduced to the
girls and they are encouraged
to accept challenges under all
of these eight points.


Instead of a book of rules
guides possess a handbook of
suggestions from which she
may develop her own
programme and tests. Thus
the girl is taught tothink and
make decisions for herself,
and therefore she will tend to
be less of a follower and more
of an initiator.
The Guide programme
strives for the development of
the girls' whole personality,
body, mind and spirit, and
puts it forth with a sense of
adventure and challenge
which appeals to the young:
for they feel they are not
being "preached to", and are
unaware that they are
actually being taught until
they suddenly or I should say
gradually realise, what they
have learned.
With the first part of the
Promise Duty to God as
her focal point, a guide can


SPORTS are


essential

By LEVITICUS (LOU) ADDERLEY
Headmaster, St. Augustine's College
OUR YOUTH are living in times beset with
many problems and pressures. In order for
them to survive and retain their sanity, there
must he avenues where they can retreat to get
away from it all to find themselves again. Life
is a battle and, as in all battles, there are times
of retreat when forces are regrouped and
strategy replanned for a better offensive.
Our yourth will not survive the onslaught of
daily living unless they can involve themselves
in good, wholesome recreation. There are some
things in life that can best be learned from the
sporting arena. Success will come only after
there is a true evaluation of their worth by our
youth.
Why should sports play such a big role in
the lives of youth?
Before an athlete competes with any hope
of success, he must DISICPLINF himself to
prepare his body physically and mentally.
In competition there is FAIR PLAY,
where the opponent is not put at an unfair
disadvantage. The rights and opinions of the
opponent are respected.
In team competition there is less thought
of self and more concern for the other
members on the team and what can be done to
make their task easier.
Fven though our community appears to be
very much sports-minded, I feel there is still
not that realization of the importance of
sports in the lives of our youth. With all the
latest advancements in technology, man
including the Bahamian youth will have
more and more leisure time on his hands. What
we need now is to assure that all this time will
be utilized constructively and profitably.
More and better recreational facilities are
needed; but most important of all we need
good, unselfish, dedicated adults to lead and
guide the youth. The youth have to be shown
what is expected of them and there is no
better way of doing this than by having good
leadership.
Wholesome, properly organized and directed
recreation is a sure way of guaranteeing that
our youthful population will remain mentally
healthy despite the many pressures and
problems of daily living.


ABBEY




FUND


$8.27
Offered Price
As Of
January 18th, 1974.


i' i .int factor in teaching the youth
! Ian nation about togetherness.
It becomes the whole group's work.
.i cormmunit% happening of an inner
musical impulse
I veryone feels and knows that he is
nrissary to, the w hole and therefore
everyone involved has something to do
tilm )red to hiis i .,. iiitt and
iapabilitle
I sers player and or singer becomes
iir whed, accepts discipline and in the
Tr. ess leaves his inhibitions and
lilidil\ behind.
I ti child must follow the leader.
le.i' n to count and obey, lie must raise
hi, voice or with the help of an
'-'ruimient produce sounds exactly at
thi right moment. HIe must keep silent
%.ihen he has said what he has to say,
inid must endeavour not to sing or
,pl a louder than the others.
I his in itself is an excellent way to
'inoriduce the child to the world of
harmony and order.


Music is a universal language and
only by making music together can we
demonstrate the real meaning of the
brotherhood of man "The mind is
revealed in the image said or sung. the
texts abound with images of great
sensual power, grounded in reality and
at the same time referring to a world
of primordial imagery.
Flower and tree, bird and fish. sun
and moon, fence and road, flame and
wave. God and Devil"; with all of
these and child involved in music lives
in intimate familiarity.
They are evidence of man's
mysterious awareness of himself
within the creation and they engender
in the soul images that are beyond
time and space.

"Quotei'" from a lecture given hy
('arl Or] in 1968 on 4he .i, "
Schulwer. idea of teaching music to
children n


Bs BE I I Y (OLE, Deputy Commissioner and Training Officer.
of the Bahamas Girl Guide Assn. swimming coach.


walk with purpose and a
sense ot true perspective.
She becomes aware of the
incds of others, of her own
abilities and limitations, but
ailb'e all she is encouraged to
he an individual, not one of a
mass iof fashion followers
seekingg kicks at the risk of
health and self respect, but
one with an appreciation and
understanding of the world,
it, people and all the wonders
in it
Sport is also advocated as
being "good" for the young,
and ct ri amly ito one can
deny tlhe great physical
benefits one can derive from
nearly ainy field of sport.
I I" o!i0 important however is
lthe part sport plays in the
development of character.
From a very young age
they ire taught to handle
small disappointments, thus
preparing themselves for the


larger ones they must
experience as adults. The self
discipline required by any
good athlete helps equip the
individual to face emotional
stress with self control, be it
success or failure.
The athlete soon realises
that to make a mark in his
chosen field, he has to train
hard, make sacrifices, be
mentally alert thinking
always one step ahead of his
opponent, control his desires
to "star" and do what is best
tor the team, and learn to get

along with his team mates
who may be of many varied
social, and cultural
backgrounds, and many
different emotional
temperaments.
The benefits of sport are
many, and it is vitally
important that every sports
director and teacher realise
that he is never merely taking


care of a child's physical
development, or filling a
couple of hours with healthy
recreation, but is helping to
develop desirable personality
traits and preparing the child
for a better adulthood.


TODAY is Tuesday, January 27.
There are 343 days left in the year.
Highlights in history on this
date:
1973 Lyndon B. Johnson, the
36th President of the United States,
dies at the age of 64; 171 Nigerian
Moslems and five crew members are
killed in the crash of a plane
returning from Mecca.
1972 Britain, Ireland,
Denmark and Norway sign treaties
to become members of the
Luropean Common Market.
1967 Communist Chinee
broadcast says anti-Maoist Army of
workers, peasants and army
veterans have seized control of
most of Klangsi Province in
southeast China.
1964 Kenneth Kaunda
becomes first Premier of Northern
Rhodesia.
1963 France and Germany
sign Treaty of Cooperation; Soviet
forces in Cuba are reported to be
siorking around the clock, building
and improving ground and air
defenses.
1962 I'oreign ministers of the
21 nations of the organization of
American states meet in Uruguay to
consider threat of Cuba to the
western hemisphere; Julius Nyerere
resigns in 1 ,,, a n k.. and Rashidj
KoSwawa forms ministry.
1957 Israeli forces complete
wsithdrawsal from Sinai peninsula
but remain in Gaza strip.
1945 British 14th army takes
Mniiyssa on C'hindwin River in
Burma.
1944 Allied forces begin
landings at Anzio in Italy.
1917 .S. President Woodrow
Wilson proposes a League of
Nations.
FOR 3 in 1
LAWN SERVICE
FERTILIZE FUNGICIDE
PEST CONTROL
TROPICAL 2-2157


NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that SAMUEL AQUALA
STANDFORD of 14B Zia Apartments, Freeport, Grand
Bahama is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for naturalisation as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any
reason why naturalization should not be granted should
send a written and signed statement of the facts within
twentv-eiqht days from the 15th day of Jan. to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P. 0.
Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ARTHUR JEROME of
Apartment No. 27, King's Court Apartments, Freeport,
Bahamas is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for naturalisation as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any
reason why naturalisation should not be granted should
send a written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 15th day of January to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P. 0.
Box N7147, Nassau.



NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that BASILIO BARLETTA of
Apartment No. 102 E Tamarind Street, Freeport, Bahamas
is applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
naturalisation should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 15th day of January to The Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that MARIO FELICE
SCARRONNE of Apartment No. 102 E. Tamarind Street,
Freeport, Bahamas is applying to the Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, for naturalisation as a
citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows
any reason why naturalisation should not be granted should
send a written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 15th day of January to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P. 0.
Box N7147, Nassau.


NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that GEORGE TAYLOR of
,--'r w Southern District, New Providence is applying to the
Ministry 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 15th day of
Jan. 1974 to The Ministry responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.


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



Andrvs is THE place," says Arthur Maycock.

Arthur \1 .. ,1i'k is just one of the satisfied Nassau residents who has already purchased his San
\Andros property from Comsopolitan Realty.
('osnopolitan's friendly, knowledgeable staff is waiting to give you details you may not have
heird .. details of investment opportunity at San Andros.

DID YOU KNOW... ****L I
You can get a 2-bedroom villa for S20,000, plus lot? And, your
big Bahama,; Village lot will cost you just S45 DOWN and $45 . .
MONTHLY. Up to 14,500 sq. ft! a
i his is the deal you've been waiting for: Enjoy San Andros
recrea tion now. Sell your prime property for a tidy profit in the
Sftine tar 'future.
You deserve the best. And, you get the red carpet treatment from KINGS COURT
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Tuesday, January 22, 1974


CLASSIFIED


SECTION


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


REAL ESTATE


C13198
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
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

C 13260
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 of you as we are
born sellers.
DAMIANOS
DAMIANOS REALTY
Dial 22033,22305, 22307
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.

C13305
A RESIDENTIAL lot in
Foxdale subdivision. Price
$3,000.00 only. A large
commercial lot Carmichael
Road 106x169ft. Price
$8,500.00 Residential lots
60xl00ft. Golden Gates 2
$200.00 down monthly
payment $97.42 Commercial
lot 67x100ft. Thompson Ave.
Stapeldon Gardens $14,000.00
FOR INFORMATION CALL
BILL'S REAL ESTATE
23921

C13294
LOT 118 x 155 Montagu
Heights
Lot 100 x 115 Gleniston
Gardens.
Phone 5-8512.

C13096
DAVSON'S REAL ESTATE
CO. LTD
(Certified Real Estate Brokers
& Appraisers)
Phones 21178 -55408
P. O. Box N-4648,
Nassau, Bahamas
Proudly present
SMASHING REAL
ESTATE BARGAINS
THROUGHOUT THE
COMMONWEALTH
2, 3 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

APARTMENTS in PARADISE
ISLAND
EAST BAY STREET
WEST BAY STREET
HOTELS and HOTEL SITES,
BEACH LOTS, COMMER-


CIAL LOTS, RESIDENTIAL
LOTS
AC R EAGE FOR
DEVELOPMENT IN THE
NASSAU AND FAMILY
ISLANDS SUCH AS GRAND
BAHAMA LONG ISLAND
ELEUTHERA, ABACO.
45 ACRE CAY IN THE
EXUMAS WITH DEEP
WATER HARBOUR AND
MORE
CALL
DAVSON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENCY
Phone 21178 or 80932 21178
P. O. Box N-4648
Nassau. Bahamas


FOR RENT 1

C13268
TWO BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment.
One bedroom unfurnished
apartment. Nice location
Shirley Heights. Phone Carey
53471.


I I I I I


FOR RENT


I I


C13252
1 2 BEDROOM unfurnished
duplex apartment. McKinney
Avenue Stapledon Gardens.
See proprietor on premises
$180.

C 13296
ATTRACTIVELY furnished one
bedroom apartment,
airconditioned, fully carpeted,
T.V. Antenna, automatic
washer and dryer. $200. Phone
5-8512.

C13289
TWO BEDROOM Apartment,
unfurnished, Mackey Street
South, water included. Also,
Store, same location, Ideal for
business or office. Phone
2-8086.

C13288
NEW Three bedroom, 2 bath,
Home, Johnson Rd. call
2-4169 before 5:30 p.m.

C13282
ONE 3 bedroom 3 bath
apartment. 1 1 bedroom
apartment Village Road area.
Phone 41177 from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. only PLEASC'.

C 13295
FURNISHED two bedroom
duplex apartment, enclosed
garden completely
airconditioned, automatic
washer, no pets. $260. Phone
5.8512.

S WANTS TO RENT

C13300
EUROPEAN couple with no
children wants 2 bedroom
house with garden preferably
Soldier or Village Road. Rent:
$300. Phone 4-2880.


CARS FOR SALE
C 13226
GOOD BUY! EASY ON GAS!
Clean, good running condition,
1964 Dodge Dart 4 Dr. $700.
Phone 5-4380

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.

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.

C13292
ABC MOTORS
Budget-priced, A-1 used cars.
Best value for your money
1 9 7 2 L I N C O L N
CONTINENTAL, automatic
transmission, airconditioned,
stereeo $6,500
1973 MORRIS MARINA
ESTATE automatic
transmission $3,800.
1972 CHEVROLET VEGA
automatic transmission $3.300
1972 MERCURY COMET
2 -door automatic
transmission, air conditioned
radio $4,000
1971 FORD CAPRI autornati(
transmission $1,000
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA,
automatic transmission ?,1,300
1972 CORTINA EST.
automatic transmission $2,800
1970 FORD LTD automatic
transmission, air conditioned
stereo $3,000
1970 RAMBLER JAVELIN
automatic transmission$1 .900
1970 FORD LTD air
conditioned, automa tic
transmission$2,750

1970 VAUXHALL VICTOR
STATION WAGON 4-d.,o,
standard $800
1970 VAUXHALL VIVA $400
1970 CHEVROLET PICKUP
$2,000
1970 FORD ESCORT $1.300
1968 FORD FALCON
SPORTS $1 ,450
1970 FORD CAPRI standard
$1,000


1971 DODGE AVENGER
automatic transmission $1.500
1969 FIAT STATION
WAGON stanr,,rlr,'n O


1969 VAUXHALL
standard $400


VIVA


1970 VAUXHALL VIVA
2-door automatic transmission
$400


1969 FIAT 124
1968 CHEVROLET
1368 CORTINA E/C
1968 CHEVROLET


$600
$600
$500


!Ob00


1973 CHEVROLET NOVA
automatic transmission, air
$4,800


ABC MOTORS
Collins Avenue
Phone 2-1031
OPEN MONDAY TO FRIDAY
8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
SATURDAY 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.


CARS FOR SALE


C13265
1968 BLUE CUTLASS
OLDSMOBILE. Good
condition, airconditioned. Call
31251 after 5.

C13038.
BLACK CHEVROLci,
CAPRICE in excellent
condition. L. J. Knowles, Tel:
58134.

FOR SALE
C13255
SYLVANIA 12" T.V. Phone
53465

C 13220
Quantity of crockery and
cutlery suitable for restaurant
use. Reasonably priced. Phone
32233

C13269
ONE Stainless Steel
Commercial Refrigerator in
working order, approximately
36 cubic feet. Call Nassau
Yacht Club. 3-1566.
C13285
ARRIVAL OF CITY POWER
TO ELEUTHERA PLACES
1 4.5K. 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. Carefully maintained
and inspected every week to
keep it in prime condition.

1,000 Gallon Storage Fuel
Tank in top condition.

Pump to get diesel from
storage tank to feeder tank.

Plus assortment of ,pare
parts and 'liters still in their
factory wrapping.

Plus trucking generator and
tank to desired port in
Eleuthera
Contact:
Mr. Richard Rolle
Ext. 20 or 15. Governor's
Harbour, Eleuthera.

C13298
FOUR CUSHIONED Love Seat
(seats two) newly recovered
$85.00. "Like ,New" Dark
Brown Leatherette Recliner
includes electric massage unit
$110.00.

C13301
1969 YELLOW Oldsmobile
442. Excellent condition
$2,700. Mini Fidge Brand
new. $200. 2 Sets Barbells.
$35. Phone 55905.


MARINE SUPPLIES
C11894
1969 3ift CHRIS CRAFT
Commander. Sleeps six, pr ivatc
shower, two 230 h.p. engines
with less than 200 hours,
kitchenette, good condition,
Call 24267, 54011

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

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


C13291
If 11 FLOATS WL
IT'


HAVE


All sizes, sail or puei
Contact
InIternational Yai ht Sale,
Miami, Flo ida
Tel. (305) 758-0049


SCHOOLS

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

C13277
IF you are having problems
trying to firid a Nursery School
come to the A.BC. Nursery
School on Rosetta Street (age
21 to 5 years) Tel. 5-8096.


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

BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES--
C13304
ESTAB L I S H E D
RESTAURANT Type
Business, for sale located busy
intersection, excellent
potential. Price Negotiable,
Phone 3-1165.


PETS FOR SALE

C13278
PUREBRED German Shepherd
puppies, wormed, $100.00.
Phone 52509 after 5. p.m.


HELP WANTED I


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

C13237
INTERIOR DECORATOR
required with 3 to 5 year,
experience. Salary and/or
commission to be negotiated.
Apply in writing to Business
Systems Limited, P. 0. Box
N-4841, Nassau, Bahamians or
Belongers need only apply.

C13274
GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL P,
O. Box 3669, Nassau two
potwashers one to wash and
clean pots during d3y and one
to do the same at night. 52018.

C 13286
IBM DATA CENTRE
SERVICES
Has immediate position
available in Nassau.
PROGRAMMER/ANALYST
Successful applicants will be
thoroughly familiar with
systems and programming
design and implementation of
varied commercially oriented
applications.
EXPERIENCE
Position requires a minimum of
five (5) years experience in
systems design and
programming. Applicant must
have experience in COBOL,
BAL and RPG.
IBM OFFERS: Hospitalization
and insurance programmes,
paid vacation, attractive
starting salary and excellent
advancement opportunities.
Interested applicants should
call Mr. McFadden at 32351
f'i personal interview.


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ANTENNAS
Island TV 2-2618
AUTOMOTIVE
Lucas Batteries
Bay Street Garage 2-2434

BODY BUILDING
Wong's Barbell Club
5-4506
BOOKSTORE
The Christian Book
Shop 5-8744
BUILDERS
Richard's Construction
5-7080
CAMERAS
John Bull 2-4252/3
CARPETS
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993

CUSTOMS BROKERS
Martin's 2-3173
DEPT. STORES
Pixie's Dept. Store 2-3173
DRAPERIES
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993

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

ENTERTAINMENT
Movies
Film & Equip. Service 2-2157

FLOOR MAINTENANCE
Rug Cleaning & Installation
Island Interiors
5-3576/4-2191
GARDEN & PET
SUPPLIES
Modernistic Gar. & Pet
2-2868
Nassau Garden & Pet
Montrose Avenue 2-4259


HELP WANTED


C13284
A LARGE Freeport
corporation 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
experience in financial
accounting. An excellent salary
is offoffered. Please
communicate directly, in your
own handwriting, 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
strictest of confidence.

C13302
CLERK TYPIST, male, for Out
Islands. Will type routine
reports and inventory. Call
2-1323 for appointment.

C13303
1 Farmer. Contact Franklyn
Turner, Winder's Terrace.
2 Farmers. Contact Charles
Hart, Malcolm Allotment near
Claridge Enterprises.

C13306
WANTED Laundress & Maid,
telephone 32051 7 to 9 a.m. &
5-7 p.m.

C1330/
WANTED Carpenter
Apprentice, telephone 3-4619
T7-8 a.m. & b-/ p.m.

TRADE SERVICES


C13144
BAHAMAS AN
SYSTEMS
Phone 23371 51772
T.V. installations sta
$145.00.


TENNA


crting at


S il 21 I t .X f 5

2 Ip hibiri r


HARDWARE
John S. George 2-84
LAUNDRY
DRY CLEAN
New Oriental Lau
2-4406
LOCKSMITH
Bahamas Lock &
2-4591 ext.C14

MEN'S & BOYS'
The Wardrobe 5-

MUSIC
Cody's Records

OPTICIANS
Optical Service Ltd. 2


SITRADE SERVICES TRADE SERVICES


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

C13297
FOR ALL your Gardening
needs, trimming, heading,
pruning, beach cleaning, for
prompt reasonable and
efficient service call 5-7810.

C13272
Are you tired of getting a
"half-way" cleaning job on
your car?
Try:
Ralphie's Car Wash & Wax
Service
pick up and delivery
Telephone 58096 nr 28079.


FOR SALE
C6628
35' Sailboat, $5,000. Phone
Freeport 352-2265

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


REAL ESTATE

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


HELP WANTED


C6627
ELECTRICAL SUPERINTEN-
DENT -- Must be capable of
handling a minimum of 50 men
and have a minimum of 7 years
421/6 experience in Class I, Division
Itype Electrical Construction.
Must be fluent in both Spanish
N and English and have
ING capabilities in Field Design arid
ndry Procurement with 3 yeals
minimum experience in
estimating.
H-' ELECTRICAL TECHNICIANS
Key Must have minimum of 5
47 years experience in Class I,
Division I Electiical
WEAR Construction. Full familiarity
.5 required with all types
Hazardous Ai ea Electrical
Nomenclatures, One-line
Schematic and Wnrng
Diagrams as well as Schematic
2-8500 Conduit Drawings.
Bahamians only need apply.
Applications accepted in
person only at Unit 3/1, office
2-3910/1 4, Coral Gardens, Fieeport,
3910/1 Grand Bahama between 9 and
S12 noon.


PRINIIING
Wong's Printing 5-4506

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

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

SPORTS GOODS
Champion Sport Land 2-1862

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

TRUCKING SERVICE
Gonzalez Tracking
3-1562/2-4726

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


C6625
PART time man for yard
worK, cleaning apartments and
maintenance. Pay $1.50 per
hour Only Bahamians nueci
apply.
Atlantic Builders Corp., Ltd..
Suite 7, Savoy Building.


I 1I


C13045

pfinaer; Cufstoms

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


HELP WANTED

C6614
RESIDENT MANAGER:
To be able to manage
600-room hotel Must know all
phases of hotel operation. One
who can fill the post of
General Manager if necessary.
Must have at least 10 years
experience in hotel
administration, 5 yveas ,of
which should have been spent
as General Manager of a hotel
operation. Police certificate,
health certificate arid 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. Eloni Martin,
Jr., Personnel Director


C6609
POOL MANAGER: To d<
treatment of waiter air:
maintaining pool and ser viingq
filters and taking cuae of entire
pool >ica. 5-7 yeaJs expel eriCe
i n s W I r nsi) i I g p O l I
rmaimterarce. Should have the
ability tin work wvith the
gerdieil public( Reitii d to
woi Ik seven days peJ wl,,'k.
Pol(i e I ec ititulati hi, alth
ieltiti cate and fl'tteis it
rfet'rence required
Interested persons apply:
GRAND BAHAMA -IOT[ ,
WF ST F ND, GRAND)
BAHAMA. Personnel Office
bietwoen the hours of 9.00 a.m.
and 3.00 p.m., Monlday
tl'ni ugh f iidry. Iion M irtiri,
Jr., Per nnriel liiectr .


0623
BUYER/MANAGER: Mist 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 Polir e Certifi( ate,
he,ith cei tifitcate ajid letiers of
reference iequii ed
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 F riday .Elon Martin,
Jr., Personnel Director.


HELP WANTED


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 tirm" 2-3
years experience in cooking.
Applicant should tbe sober,
reliable and willing to work
long hours. 'ice certificate,
health ceitifica, 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
expert ience in Vending
Machines. Must be honest and
able to work orn 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 arid Announcing
experience. Police certificate,
health certificate and letters of
reference relqui ed.
Interested persons apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL,
WEST END. GRAND
BAHAMA. Personnel Oftice
between the hours of 9 00 a.mn
and 3.00 p m., Monday
though Friday. Elon Marti.
. Personnel Director

C6604
TRAINEES REQUIRED
The Bahamas Oil Refirir g
Co pa.riny seeking applic antl
fnr its opi'irdtir train -icq
progqamme in -H:PPl N
DEPARTMENT.
Successful applicants will be
trained in all areas related to
the sate arid efficient operation
of the Jetty Platforms. The
work involves '*,.J i ,j'o various
types of foreign sea going
vessels. meeting and working
with people of many
nationalities, handling imports
and exports of crude oil,
refined products arid related
documentation.
Applicants must have
completed Hith School and
p) os s eI. s a minimum
qualificitiini of High School
Diploma. Pr-ference will be
given to men between the ages
of 22 and 35 years old.
Strthng salary commensurate
with education, working
bhkgqriiind aid age. This
poUs tio n )ffe;, a 1 l l, ',, ,,ll
,nd ,ewardirig career in the oil
industry Qualified persons
requiing further information,
should eithl'r write to. or call
at the BORCO Personnel
Ofc-:. Monday thru Friday
between 9) a.m. arid 12 noor.
lel: 352 981 1,. x [ox F-2435!.

C6629
[ Ie tr ical iter praises requires
ELECTRONIC SUPERVISOR
to head Flectronic
Depai tne riet.
Applicant must have vast
experience in coi nrn irilcattions,
Lolo T.V. repair aind setting
up of sound systems. Also
must be able to set uip training
pl Og a Trn.
Phone Freepoit 352-850b
Mrs. Fo.

(6(G26
SE N I OR WEL DING
INSPECTOR 5 years
expert ence piping and plate
welding, re'.piiinsible charge
welding inspection on oil
industry y woi k ini luding
interpretation of radiography
and ur 11 asonircs Apply:
Fiedric R. Harris Inc., LBI
BurIdring, Cor 'l Cardens,
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cK.,n Ft..i... Syrn-cl.. In, 1974 W-rld nl. lr.,,._ d
"You don't have your grandfather's features,
something about the eyes, or is it the mouth .?"


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SNi, MR. WILSON.... WAS YOU S'PRISED ?"

Brother Juniper


"Elhi)ows off the table. Sonny."


CROSSWORD

PUZZLE
ACROSS
1 troubles .1 Khan
5 Animation 32 liust
8 Slump 34 ki-.l.ite
11 Give footh .16 DeMr
12 Majority .- Sizeo t wiitgi4i
13 Simple paper
sug Si uniii sI '
14 Young 13 Siitireoni
sanion 47 RIbrtbif tlit
15 Di',honest 48 lnsight
11/ Genealocy 49 Shosh0ionj'i
18 Hint '1o Visible
19 Saurel bi Never theli"-,
23 At a distance ':).' Bitimr n
26. User 53 Atmosphere


DOWN
1 Cried
2 Gen Brjdley
3 hnerald Isle


5. Moccasin
6. Vanity
1. Lively
8 Shark
9 Horned viper
10 Acquire
16 Inlet
20 Heel
21 So be it
22 Printer's
direction
24 Rainbow
25. Regret
26 Beach wagon
27. Japanese fan
28. Beginning to
develop
29 Meadow
grass
33 Reset
35 Auricle
38 Extra
40 Ersatz butter
41. Sharp
42 Vassal
43 Heavens
44 Pipe joint
45 Greek long E
46 Halt score


-CARROLL RIGHTER'S

flHOROSCOPE




mind and difficult conditions could occur Make a point to
keep cool, calm and collected Don't lose your temper or make
unpleasant remarks Keep smiling
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr 19) Safeguard your reputation or
you lose out where it counts the most Engage in fundamental
activities that bring you security
TAURUS (Apr to May 20) You want to start a new plan
immediately, but it requires further study for best results.
Make sure you operate on a safe foundation
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Neglecting your
responsibilities could lead to arguments that are best avoided
at this time Keep it cool and all is fine
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Don't think that
your associates are working against you Show that your word
is your bond and all works out fine
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You have many duties to handle
now so don't be tempted to go off on a tangent Find a new
gimmick that improves your personality
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept 22) If you show more
appreciation for others, you find you can make much headway
with them. Express those creative ideas you have
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct 22) Try to please kin today
instead of criticizing them Strive for more harmony Run
your business affairs more intelligently
SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov 21) Much care is necessary to
avoid possible mishap today and tonight Show more
willingness to cooperate with associates. Be wise.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec, 21) Monetary situation
could have you stumped today if you don't study it
objectively. Forget notion to be extravagant.
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan 20) Don't start any
arguments with others now and you find life gets better.
Become more efficient in your work and get ahead
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb 19) You have worries which
others have made for you But now is the time to show true
Aquarian intellect and overcome handicaps
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar 20) Forget attending the social
that has been a detriment to you in the past. Clear the
cobwebs out of your head Be loyal to kin
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will need
to be taught early in life to think first before acting for there is
the tendency to do just the opposite here The diet must be
right, and much rest is necessary during childhood so that this
delicate person can blossom into sturdy adulthood Don't
neglect ethical training.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


Winning

Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
LOSING with bad cards is
depressing. Losing with good
ones is Infuriating. It's so bad
for morale. So make sure of
game here:
Dealer North: Love All
North
KK5
Q Q3
K 7 3 2
South
J A K 932 8 5 2

North South
O 1 0 1 V
2 NT 4 V
West leads the +6. You play
low from dummy and East's +A
wins. Another spade comes back.
You can see 12 tricks, if both
red suits break kindly. But then
tnere d be no problem, so you
rightly Lok for snags.
Since you can't afford to lose
another spade, you must ruff one
and you have no immediate
entry to your hand. To create
one, you lead a club. Whatever
opponents return, you come to
hand with a club ruff, ruff a
spade in dummy, cash the Q
and get back with another club
ruff.
All that remair:s is to lay down
the ',AK. and leaving the best
trump out. cash the West East
SQ 8 7 6 A 10 9 4
J 10 7 4 6
6 J 10 9 2
SA Q 6 5 J 10 9 4
Easy? Perapes, because seeing
the hand as a problem. you're on
your guard. But would you have
played that club at the table ?


Chess
By LEONARD BARDEN



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1-aX 1 1


White to move: what result ?
Thts apparently simple ending
can easily occur in an actual
ine. and te-ts the skill of even
,t:"on. solve.s. As usual, White
plays up the board and the black
pawn is cne souire ;iw;v firtm1
ituening.
P;tr tunes: 1 ininute, grand-
ria.-tor; 2 minutes, chess master;:
S i minutes. chess expert; 6i
(t1miules, ;c'unlt player: 10
nliinui.e'; club standard: 20
minutes average: 1 hour. novice

Chess Solution
Whitr draut'. The ot uiou,
K V7 loses to I . K-Kt,
2 K--b K Kt3; 3 K- Q ,
K -Kil: 4 K-Q4. K -Kt.5
K-Qj. K-Kt6 6 K-Q2. R R7.
7 K Q3. R-RI: 8 R.P, R -Q'I
ch: 9 K moves, K R 'ins. But
I K -K7' holds the aarne alter
S. K--R? 2 K-K6. K-Kt3;
3 K-Q6' K-Kt4: 4 K---Q5.
K Kt5: 5 K-Q.1. K-Kt6: 6
K-Q3. R-R7. 7 K--Q2 R -R
R P. R-Q: h 9 K-B1 iwitri
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;lnli cvrlit fr irlhie llr-t in riIah M'tlin., order to the cl uei-.
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Rupert and Raggety Again-28


Rupert tells his churn of Raggety's plight. He
has nothing put away for the writer says the
little bear. That's why he took Sam's door-
mat. Odmedod s stiaw hat. and your Granny's
Strir.a Of Oniirl I tcund *.-' all hiddr. in
Flaggety's hollow tree. I see. murmurs
Rollo. So he came here and helped himself
to the animals' food' While Rupert is


explaining that he has returned the onions to
the caravan, a deep voice interrupts: "What's
going on ? And the owner of the fair hurries
to the scene. He hears the story and gazes
in amazermjr, at Raggety. "Wedt, he's the
oddest creature I've ever seen,." he declares.
I think well keep him."
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STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD by saunders & overgard


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;VARD D I \ I N 1 ici
scored a ga:l hi- s-
po0 nts1 a d s 'rv3' 1i \\ c':
Miller added i : a- ; i
College Cmi iI"r i',- \ .,5tc i .1- '
last quarter t I i cj. S:
A n n e's 5h 3 c.l -' ., .: "I
R M BadeM W ;\; .
"AA lot if the p. :. r y
better t!ha'n i; .
themnse ,es r : '
coach C(e eRd.i:c- \ ::
th e ir tale n ts, r\ .' ,':t .
in ()tit[her ,ir.I '
no l i poli/c i" .,
hase -"
A 'rking .1 A i It
s\ stem!atic -a l \ iS i .I ..' .
to have .a moenu1 i'.1' .-
their three .i-l i".' i .l i ;.
record showJ 'I hc '
win and thie\ re i- 1"n
Rodgersr I !he w"%k l-0 ::]
n o w is sII t rI 'I me1 e1 i 1 L = '.Ci-T
I aml suppose" to du' \h ,'.
have theitm 1 ing hai 'l i : ..
have ourseltf Ja w 'in; '
St l)hn'" (ic :.. ,
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,\quina.ist w iegc \ ,-
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8-2 lead m m, hA ,i..
quarter. S' Johb 1 .,
their sdeten -' nd \': -
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bu rn ed !10 q ui i.ik i '
the gap ,' ehg;i!
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kept St JIIii', 1 i t ';[i .
with a ilnc p r r
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lumper bringing St Ann ,


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S .\ in ;i track and field
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anaina, t. te torld BoD xing
Association lightweight
champion, scored a fourth
round technical knockout over
France's Leonard Tavarez in a
scheduled 10-round non-title
bout Monday.
The 22-year-old Duran, who
weighed 138 ': pounds, had no
problem against the
35-year-old. 13o-pound
Frenchman avarez' nose
began to bleed in the first
round and Duran knocked him
.. down with a right hook late in
the third round.
. .. Tavarez appeared dated at
the start of the fourth round.
S when )uran pummelled himn
,- with a series of left jabs and
right hooks until the bout ,,was
'- halted,
In another bout in the card.
welterweight Billy Backus.
IS registered a ninthi-round
technical knockout over Roger
Zami of France. (API

TRACK AND FIELD
OAKES 1HOUS1 defend
their track and f.eid
h..ll., ipi,,l ,l, Frid' .r it the
Queen Lli/abi.th Sports Centre
during C C Sweeting High's
Annual House Sports beginning
10a.m.
Four houses. Oakes. Bethel,
Columbus and Rodgers will be
competing for the C C(
Sweeting Sports I rophy in all
the usual events Mr. [
Robinson will open the meet
SOCCER
MEMBERS of the National
Soccer Squad are requested
to report to the Nassau Tile
Factory, Dowdeswell St. at
5.30 p.m. tomorrow.


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STUNS COLONELS

By GLADSTONE


Evonne

wins

NZ title

AUCKLAND Australian
star I-vo mnne (oolagong won
the women's singles title in the
Nesw Zealand hardcourt tennis
championship defeating Peggy
Michel of the United States.
h-4. h4.
In an all-L.nglishmien's singles
final John Lloyd defeated
Mark Farrel 6-2, 6-4.
Ne\C Zealanders Russell
Sunpson and Richard Hla wkes
defeated F'renchmen Wanaro
\'(Godrella and Jean Paul
Meyer o-2, 6-2., or the men's
doubles title
Goolagong and Peggy Michel
defeated Anne Kio nmura
United States and Wendy
Tirnbull. Australia, 7-5. 6-0 in
the iwonmen's doubles final.
The matches were played at
Kamno near the North island
cit\ ot Whangarei. ( AP)

Rowe misses

MCC game
KIAN',10% The WICBC
has announced that Lawrence
Rowe has withdrawn from
the President's XI match
against the MCC to be played
in Barbados this week, on
medical advice.
Rowe reportedly still has a
certain amount of tenderness
and pain from a blow to his
hip received in the second
trial match in Jamaica.
His doctor has advised him
that if he received
physiotherapy treatment over
the next five days he will be
fit in time to be considered
for selection for the first Test
match to be played in
Trinidad commencing
February second.
Geoffrey Green, of Barbados,
will replace Rowe in the
President's match. (AP)

Duran wins


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THURSTON
SVIRYBODY learns to take
the agony of defeat. Kentucky
Colonels' six-foot-six centre
Charlie Robbins is about to. Hie
last night shared the defending
champs' fourth loss of the
season.
"' think it was too many
turnovers. And I think the guys
took the game a little bit too
lightly." sighed Robbins
pondering their 81-78 loss to
the lowly John Bull. "I-ven I
started taking it lightly at the
beginning because I thought we
could have run them right off
the court."
I he Colonels. however, were
in for quite a surprise. Allie
Rolle scored I1 of his game
high ot 24 in the first half and
Merrill Johnson chipped in 17
of his 21 in the second halt
leading John Bull to their
second victoria over the
Colonels
"Being up for the game
means a lot ,'" continued
Robbins everybodydy -1, .ii-l!
John Bull was chalk an eas%
win but everytime you meet
a team you are not suppose to
underestimate them. You are
supposed to go out there to
win. I think the guys should
learn a lesson from this for
next year
Ihe battle started from
mnidwa\ in the first halt when
the Bulls rallied from an
eight-point deficit and took the
lead 24-22 on baskets bs Rolle
and Johnson
With Keith Smith coming
into the game to team up with
Robbins, the C(olonels with six
minutes remaining took the
lead and expanded 42-34 by
half time
John Bull ,cored 1h of 45
from the tield in that period
and only two of 1 1 from the
tree throw Itne.
The Colonels made good 18
of 44 field goal attempts and
six of I3 from the line.
Outscoring their opponents
2 in the first minute of the
second half. John Bull moved
to within one point of the lead
bringing cries of "defence"
from thie fans
Charles Stuart on a juniper
from the left post placed the
Bulls once more in the lead
before Anthony Bostwick on a
layup took it back for the
Colonels.
During the following seven
minutes, the lead changed
hands and the score tied many
timensi until going into the final
five min utes John Bull showed
their worth.
Beginning with a goal
tending against the Colonels.
rookie Lero% I-awkes snatched
a defensive rebound and drove
the lenght of the court laying it
up giving John Bull a two point
lead
This lead increased to six
points 73-o7 on baskets by
Rolle and Johnson.
The C('olmnels came through
at times but to no avail John
Bull was already set and going
into the final two minutes of
the game saw them .,rn'.-Illi,
a ten point lead over the
Colonels.
A final desperate attempt
saw the Colonels on the rally
again onl to end three points
behind as the final buzzer
sounded.
"It was really our defence,"'
beamed coach Ivan ('arroll.
"I hat two-three zone defence
really worked (or us." Hie had
all cheers for Rolle. rookie


KEN UCK Y COL () NILS


Robhiiis
Smith


Russell
Poitier
Martin


Barr 1 11 i
Stuart 4 i iI
I awkes 3 N
J ihniltl' i 1 2
Cooper '. I -
Rooki c ol f' '
contender Rtc:"' i
scored 10 ot 13 t', i-
and captured 24 r-b" .; i
while guard P'et,' l
scored IS and gas" Il
leading delendinit \ --e N
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to a 8O= 5(1 1 C 'N :'
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Chillian I un .in \i
Mason topped Ih '.-,'
Sixth 10 each \I si Ic i.
and Bain gs.. ;s' .t I. 1- ,"


OAKLAND Boxing
promoter Hlenry Winston
would like to bring the March
25 heavyweight title fight
between champion George
Foreman and challenger Ken
Norton here to iF orelan 's
home grounds.
Winston, who once staged a
world welterweight title bout
in Oakland, says he has raised
S200,000 toward bnnging the
Foreman fight here.

Video Techniques. the
closed-circuit t television
company handling the bout, is
asking for S325,000 from the


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Merrill Johnson goes up for two over the Colonels' guard
Phil Poitier during last night's John Bull victory.


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Greg Cooper and Stuart
"Definitely we are in the
playoffs, it's just who we are
going to meet "
"We were just hot.'"
contended Rolle. "I 1hey
couldn't do anything with us.
Everytime they would come
for me, that boy Cooper would
just burn them down."


Foreman fight


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