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Sritbuin


catered with Poeaster of Bahamaa for posta concessions within the Bahamas. Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


VOL. LXXI, No. 52 Thursday, January 24, 1974 Price: 1 5 Cents


Johnson


raps


land


deve ers


CAT ISLAND'S explosive
M.P. Mr. Oscar Johnson
yesterday launched another of
his fierce attacks on Pinewood
Gardens, warning he would
never let the issue die until
promises made by the
developers to the public were
fulfilled.
Mr Johnson's shot at
Pinewood was part ao a general
outburst directed at land
developers in the Bahaitas and
the ndnnCr in w which ('rown
land was allegedly being
disbursed to a favoured few.
"I anm serving notice on t lhe
Borers, the Oakcses. the
('hristies and other land barons
that they willli ha, their land
or tio one will have it." he
threatened in the House.
Land is a subject close to
Mr. Johnson's heart. In
November 1972 he created a
sensation when he singled out
Pinewood for special mention
while moving for a commitnittee
to consider mortgage loans,
hire purchase agreements andt
subdivision land sales, finance
/ and contracts.
The cominittee made one
int.'tr'r report it,-fore t died
with the end of the Legislative
session. Yesterday Mr. Johnson
re-tabled his motion and two
earlier ones also pertaining to
land.
The first dealt with the
eviction of Mrs. Marian Black
from land she has farmed at
Interfield Road since 1936.
The second was to consider all
matters relating to (Crown and
government lands.
"I want developers to know
that I am going into Pinewood
to see if the roads are there,
and I amn going into aill the


By NICKI KELLY
other subdivisions with imy
canmera," he shouted.
Warning that he would rnot
bie pressured either by
Pine iwood dve'lopiPcr Robert
Poetry or any other developer,
Mr. Johnson said he would also
lie looking to see when the
shopping ccntri, promised for
Pinewood would materiali/c.
"I will be here with
Pinewood and Petry until the
end, and when I am not here
some other boy will be here
with the Petrys of this
country." Raged Mr Johnson:
"I am telling Petry you will see
nime in Pinewood. I want to see
the roads. I want to see the
utilities. Petry doesn't know
how much patience I have."
The ('Cat Island
representative argued that a
number of facets surrounding
the purchase of land left the
public open to exploitation. In
cases where a person died while
paying on a lot there was no
clear-cut law to say what
happened to the payments
alicadv made or who was to
assume' responsibility for
completing them.
Dealing with the case of
Marian Black, Mr. Johnson said
75-year-old Miss Black had
been farming the Interfield
Road land since 1936 in an
effort to make an honest living.
What had happened to her
was a symboll of the
persecution visited upon many
black people in this country,'
he said Nevertheless her house
had been demolished lie said.
Mr. Johnson indicated that
the Oakes interests were to be
blamed for what had been


-- 71 teachers short--
THE MINISTRY of Education is presently short 71
qualified teachers, 33 of whom are needed at the high
school level, 24 at primarily level and 14 for all-age schools.
Disclosing the figures yesterday, Education Minister
Livingston Coakley told the House that his Ministry was
awaiting the arrival this month of 32 teacher, recruited
from overseas. Local recruitment, he added, "is in progress
on a continuing basis."
Mr. Coakley was asked by the Free National Movement's
Cyril Fountain (North Long Island) to advise what plans
existed to alleviate the present shortage and to meet future
demands for qualified teachers.
Mr. Coakley replied that his Ministry continued to lay
emphasis on teacher training at home and abroad.
"Provision for training primary and junior high school
teachers at the San Salvador Teachers' Colleae and at The
Bahamas Teachers' College will continue and my
government's scheme for scholarships and In-Service awards
will also continue," he said.
The Ministry of Education, in a number of statements to
the press, has blamed the shortage of teaching staff on
delay by the Department of Public Personnel and the Public
Service Commission in first recruiting and secondly
processing teacher applications.

200 more spaces


THillE MINISTRY of
Education is to make available
200 more teaching spaces tlb
the beginning of the lt175 '7t,
school year. Education
Minister Livingston (oakley
said in the Ilouse yesterday.
These buildings include
places for primary njuior high.
senior high and college level
students-
Of the teaching spaces
mentioned, the Minister said
104 will be constructed in New
Providence and '( the
majority of which will provide
high school places will be
built on Family Islands


ITALIAN

PTTERY


NASSAU -FREEPORT


With respcet to
overcrowding, temporary
buildings are erected or
accoinmmnodation where
available is being rented to
alleviate the situation which ini
most cases has been brought
about by the shift of
population, Mr ('oakley said
"Overall, and based on the
stated ratios, sufficient places
do exist to accommodate those
children of statutory school
age," the Minister declared.


done to Miss Black. iHe said
that her house had been
demolished, she had been
threatened and then moved
into a hut around the Caves
;ire,i.
Mr. Johnson told members
tie had advised Miss Black to
stay on the land, and he was
prepared to go to prison if
necessary in support of her
case.
Thcse auinr kind of thing
was also happening at ('at
Island, he said. However the
Bahamas was now independent
and tile question of land had to
he settled once and for all.
"Fither govern ment will
have to come up with a land
policy or the poor people will
have to find some way to get
the power." Mr Johnson
warned that he would cause
"confusion" and would do
what was right until the Manan
Blacks had some respite in this
country
Touching on C('rown land,
Mr. Johnson insisted that these
lands had been "firmly under
the control of the foreigner in
the Bahamas for the past 20
years.
"In an area as .ti titI\ as
the disposition of Crown land I
have no hesitation in saying
that I would like to see it
under the control of
Bahanmians," Mr. Johnson
declared.
lIe said he was looking for
space for his boys. and he
didn't want their fate to rest
wholly on the foreigner, no
matter how well-intentioned
they may he.
In the past 20 years almost
the onlN Bahamians who could
obtain Crown land were those
who were well-known or
well-connected with the
socially elite of the country.
For the others it was
virtually impossible to get a
lease, much less a grant.
Mi. Johnson's remarks were
endorsed by Marsh Hlarbour
representat ive Errington
Watkins (Independent) who
said that it the present trend
continued the "real Bahamian
will be like the real American
on the reservation."
ice suggested that one
foreigner employed at the
(rown Lands office used
public land as stakes for his
poker games.
Further, he maintained,
expatriates working at Crown
Lands were acquiring
govern men t land then
subdividing it and selling it to
Bahamians.
Mr. Norman Solomon
(F NM-St. (Georges) observed
that lie had previously
described Mr. Petry as a
predator. "I don't know
whether he is a predator or a
parasite, and I said before that
that kind of development is
not needed in this country, and
is one that we can live without.
If, as had been said. there
was draft legislation to cover
such purchases, then
govern nt ivas remiss in
sitting oni it for so lone
"I'ver\ one knows what is
happening is wrong, and it
affects those least able to
defend thcnills'vis," Mr.
Solomon declared.
The House adjourned
until Wednesday, February 6 at
10 o'clock)


Roker

gives

hospital

building

date
PHASL I of the extension to
the main Princess Margaret
llospital building is scheduded
for completion during the first
half ol 1975, Hecalth Minister
l.oftus Roker revealed for the
first time yesterday.
M r. Roker, answering
questions from ('Clarence Town
re preventative Michael
Lightbourn (Ind.) said work on
the extension was in arrears
but not because of oi shortage
of funds.
According to Mr. Roker, the
delay is partly due to the late
arrival of steel and certain
other supplies.
lie noted that $728.657.32
has been paid out to the
contractors to date, but he was
not prepared to give a total
cost figure for Phase 1, as
tenders have not been received
for all stages of that phase.
The Minister gave the
estimated cost of the main
extension as $7 million, the
figure quoted in the 1973
estimates. (The cost of the
extension was given as S6.5
million in 1972).
lie said the present
estimated cost for all aspects of
the extension to the main
hospital building and the Eye
Wing, enlargement of the
Blood Bank, the Laboratory
and the Paediatrics Ward,
renovation of the kitchen and
the erection of a staff canteen
is $7,783,100.
Outling the extent of the
construction programme, the
Minister said this included
first, an extension to the main
hospital building and secondly,
an extension to the building
which presently houses the
laboratory, usually referred to
as the Fye Wing.
The construction of the
main extension was divided
into three phases Out
Patients and Casualty,
extension to the Eye Wing,
Maternity and renovation of
the present Out Patients
building as an Administrative
block.
Construction of the Eye
Wing extension was being
carried out simultaneously and
work was progressing
satisfactorily, Mr. Roker said.
The projected date for the
:ompletion of the Eye Wing is
line 1974.

Murders: police

still baffled
By SIDNEY DORSETT
POLICE remain baffled over
the two mysterious murders of
an Ocean City, New York
accountant and a Bamboo
Town taxi-cab driver which
shocked Nassau last week and
yesterday.
Apart from the two slaying,
police still have no leads in the
Holiday Inn Hotel Murder of
AMassillon, Ohio attorney Paul
V Howell, 50, who was
brutally killed on the night of
December 6. last year.
An appeal to members of
the public for information that
unay be of assistance to police
has resulted in several persons
being questioned but officers
of the Criminal Investigation
Department stated today that
the murders all remain
unsolved.
Police have not committed
themselves to stating whether
or not it is their belief that the
inurders may have been
perpetrated by outsiders. "It is
something we are unable to
say," a C ID. official said.
Police yesterday released the
naune of the taxi-cab driver


who was found dead beside his
car along the entrance to the
Prince Charles Avenue Drive-In
Theatre as 42-year-old Hermis
Curtis.


Housewife kidnapped, raped


A YOUNG HOUSEWIFE, sitting
quietly at home with her husband, was
kidnapped at gunpoint and forced to
drive her assailant to an isolated spot
where she was raped. She was then made
to drive him to another spot in Fox Hill
where he made good his escape.
The incident happened earlier this
month.
According to police, the couple had
been entertaining guests at their home in
the south-east part of the island. The
guests left at I1:30 p.m. and the man and
his wife sat down in the living room for a
quiet talk before going to bed.
Suddenly a man armed with a shotgun
entered through the patio door and
demanded whatever cash they had. The
woman said she had no money. When the


Australian

named

tourism

director
MR. BASIL G. Atkinson,
(pictured) 49, general manager
of the Australian Tourist
Commission, has been
appointed Director of Tourisnm
for the Commonwealth of the
Bahamas.
He will take office on April
15, replacing Mr. S.N. Chib,
who is retiring after 60,. years
as director.
.Tourism Minister, Clement
Maynard, said the Government
"is pleased to have found, in
Mr Atkinson, a man with the
same sound credentials as Mr.
Chib in our competitive
industry."
Like Mr. Chib, Mr. Atkinson
is a past president of the
International Union of Official
Travel Organizations (IUOTO).
This year, for his services to
world tourism Mr. Atkinson
was named "Man of the Year"
by an international jury
sponsored by the Gazette
Officlelle du Tourisme, Paris.
He is a vice president and
president-elect of the Pacific
A rea Travel Association
(PATA). Since 1958, when he
began representing Australia at
PATA meetings, the
organization's membership has
grown from 100 to 1,400.
Prior to entering tourism.n
Mr. Atkinson was a journalist
in Australia and Great Britain.
He worked for The West
Australian from 1940 to 1954
except during World War II
when he was a pilot with the
Royal Australian Air Force,
serving in Britain and Europe
At the end of his war service he
worked for a year for the
London Evening Standard.
In 1952-3 he was an
Australian Kemsley Empire
Journalist, chosen hb
Australian newspaper
proprietors to study aspects oft
British life in the United
Kingdom. He concentrated on
tourism and transportation.
lie has been responsible for
Australia's tourist policies and
development, with a staff of
1 20 persons in nine
international offices Last year,
he also directed a domestic
tourism campaign to persuade
Australians to see more of their
own country.
Mr. Atkinson is a sportsman
and his recreational activities
include cricket, football.
tennis, swimming and golf tie
and his wife, Margaret, a
former radio actress, were both
born in Western Australia. The
Atkinsons have four -hildren
Peter 23, Wendy 21, Grant 19,
and John 14.


gunman insisted, she went into a
bedroom %where a houseguest was sleeping
and woke him.
The guest gave her S30 which he had
with him and she threw this on the floor
in front of the intruder He then
demanded the keys tor the ca:r The
woman gave him the keys to her
husband's standard shift car. The gunman
then ordered the wife outside and told
her to drive him.
She said she was unable to drive a
standard shift, and asked her husband for
the keys to her hydromatic
With the shotg:in levelled at her. tlhe
woman was made to drive to the eastern
end of the island where she was raped.
The gunman ien tried to force her to get
into the trunk of the car but she refused.


MP


D


could

By MIKE LOTHIAN
IND)I PI NDI) \I NASSA '
CITY M\1P leoplias Adderles
last night strongly advocated
the drafting g into a disciplined
"defenc ftoic" uili' youLths hie
believed to fte largely
responsible ltoi the island 's
soaring ctrimlie iate
IThe onl (overnmlienit
spokesnmainspeaking on the
issue. JTi iinlsm Minister
Clement T. Maynard, branded
Mr. Adderlvc 's suggestion as
"stupid," and sharply criticized
louse members for providing
further ammunition for adverse
publicity that could damage
the tourist industry .
Members otf the lHouse
focused on e0'ver-increasing
violent critriCe on New
Providence during the notion
lor adjournment.
Mr Adderley's reference to
the crime rise in a section of
his constituency, and his
s..,gestion of conscrption as a
solution, drew responses from
Errington Watkins I lnd.-Marsh
Harbour)., Norman Solomon
(FNM-St. G(eorge and
Dunnmore), Earl Thompson
(PI P-Fort Charlotte). Cadwell
Armbrister (PLP-Killarney) and
Mr Maynard.
Mr Adderles recalled that
last year residents '! the area
enclosed by Vsitg ia. West,
Delanc and Augusta Streets
petition d P 1olic e
C ('o mmissionei Salathiel
Thonmpson for additional toot
patrols in the area because of
increasing criminal activities.
For a time, he said, the patrols
were provided and trinte in the
area was on the decrease, but
"not too long ago" the special
patrols were ended, he said,
and crime was l oi the rise
again.
lie cited seven cases betCween
December 2) and Januatr 17,
involving a beating and
robberN an armed hold-up.
two handbag snatLhings, all
armed threat and an attempted
rape.
"I realise that wec have a
good police iorce." Mr.
Adderles told House members,
"but they are quite
understaffed and aie unable to
handle the spate ot crime that
has broken out in Ncw'
Providence. We cannot blalmeC
the force because it is doing
the best it can, and I have the
highest respect for the
Commissioner ot Police
DIFII N('I FOR('t
"What we need is more
bodies. What is (;ii\ernnient
doing about it'? We have been
independent tor six months
now."
The City representative
continued
"' t is is the time


Whiltte i Iley i e i .c algiiiiio .,II
approacltini police cal saw litie ial sd
trunk and stooeid'. The gunniian, with the
Vwolnia still int the car, sped away due
west witli the police in pursuit
He was able to los 't leinti and sotic
time later., when they reached 'Yaniacrai
Road. he 'a.dde her take ilth wheel again
Site was ordered to drop hlinn off in the
Fo\ Hill area
When lithe man had inade o l the
olian drove to a ineighlibourinig lhouis
and called her husband, who notified tile
police.
Her assaila;it is described is Voitiig.
slim iin his 20)s iand siioolth l i l dif' ( is
dark complexioned .sind 'dl' imltlll
Bahamian,'" police ,saY.


fence force



cut crime


( overnnient should take ,ill
these abl'-bodid men \toui scc
hanging around the street
corners and drait them into a
detencc force whcrc the\ \%ill
get discipline
"We Lcan dean up ourt streets
of these roving packs of ytiung
men who terrorism Our citi/ens
at night, who attack people
like packs ot dogs
"'Instead of making the
people contnr-bute to this
cUI in hers. s in' N a t tinal
Insurance we should be
contributing to a national
defence Iorce. National
Insurance will benefit no one
but those who administer it
any way."
That brought the commnlent
from Mr I arl Thomlpson.
seated immediately behind Mi.
Adderley. that "'111 make sure
you don't benefit." (Mr.
Thompson is chairman ot the
National Insurance Board).
M r. Watkins coi ...4 ,,"'d 'r
Adderley for suggesting
something that could be dune
with idle young mnen.
"Make them give their
country at least two years
service like ever otherl'I
country," he said. "We must
get these people off the walls
where the\ sit smoking gras,
with their hair all plaited lip
government t should p1i1 them
to work where tfhe\ .ein l c
utilised."
But he warned that theI
should not be conspripted intil
the police force ehc.ause ,
contrary to what Mr Adderles
said, the force needed n: itjust
bodies, but intelligent hitones
young men.
"Governmenlt woultid lo well
to accept the recOmmendtit.ilnlis
of the Member for the tCit."
Mr. Watkinssaid
Mr. Soloimon disagreed 'ithll
the conscription idea but he
urged Gove rinienlt to tindl
sonie solution,
SO.L 1ION NI 1 DIt D
"I amll sure tihc PrIlne
Minister is aware of the great
danger ourtil tourist industl\ is
being placed in.'" heit said
He pointed out tltal St
Thomas and St Croi in tlhe
Virgin Islands 'ha.d enjaciO'd iA
lucrative tourist business unlI itil
a rash of violent murders
struck in recent months
"Now there are nio tourists
In St Thomas things are .A little
better than in St. ('irOl, but St.
Thonmias is detrenolating radpidl
as well.
"T'he (Goveininient has gut Ito
act There i must a solution I
urge governmentt to lfindI il and
in time This coulntr\ can
survive toil]\ so man\ mtluiders,
II it is g(ling to continued' being
popular in the minds oit ttc
tra\elling public and I lear


LOCKED OUT


POLICE are investigating
the afternoon break-in of a
Third Terrace, Centreville
home by thieves who
fastened the inside safety
latcheson a front entrance,


Radiologist 'would normally have claimed $5,762'


RADIOLOGIST Dr. Richard
Morgan would normally have
claimed $5,762.75 of the
radiological fees paid the
visiting U.S. radiologist during
his 12-week tenure at the
Princess Margaret Hospital.
The refusal by government
to renew Dr. Morgan's contract
after 16 years has been the
subject of considerable
controversy.


Questions tabled in the
House by ('Clarence Town
representative Michael
Lightbourn have sought to
determine why Dr. Morgan's
contract was not renewed, and
what the added cost if any, has
been to government to bring in
temporary replacements.
Health Minister Loftus
Roker said in the House
yesterday that renewal of


contracts was not obligatory
on the part of government.
He claimed that there was a
radiologist available to take Dr.
Morgan's place when he
departed.
Mr. Roker was asked to say
how much was collected in fees


during the
tenure of
radiologist


first 12 week's
the replacement
which would


normally have gone to Dr.
Morgan.
"Of the radiological fees for
the 12-week tenure, Dr.
Morgan would normally have
claimed $5,762.75," the
Minister replied.
He admitted that
radiologists had been flown in
to Nassau every two weeks but
this arrangement was


terminated last November.
He was however satisfied that
the present arrangement was
more satisfactory than having
Dr. Morgan at the hospital.
This was because it was the
Ministry's intention that the
most senior post in radiology
should be held by a radiologist
with specialist qualifications,
i.e. F.F.R. or Board
Certified, he said.


locking the occupantsout ot
their own home
Mrs. Lillie Pinder Gerald,
who returned to the house
she lives in with her sister,
Mrs. Miriam Roberts, made
the discovery at 1:10 p.m.
yesterday.
"All of the rooms had been
searched and every drawer
was ransacked" with their
contents being thrown onto
the floor and surrounding
furniture," Mrs. Pinder
Gerald said.
She also noticed that the
five German Shepherd dogs,
kept at the back of the yard
seemed "groggy" as if they
had been drugged to sleep.
The thieves left through
the back entrance.


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mess in pubhc."


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SFREI"CTH of the U.N.
Miuea t peacekeeping force
hit (.Ol.S today with the
arrival ot troop,, from Ghana.
a I1 N spokesman said-

1HI ( ll SS game
schedu ed lor L din',JV
bitwcien Boris Spassk% of the
leti I union ;iand Robert
BI tiie olt the united States
was pos-tpned until Friday.

IPRIMIf MIN\ISIFR Pierre
I rid t eit ind ilie (anadian
pr-oil i premiers reached a
clliiprninu .se otn short-term
citi uititiitoin tof tile voluntary
price treete on domestic oil
prod i' ,

I I I l I-N people have
bee killed bi an avalanche iln
t IJs i it n iTtr1Iurkey. li te
semI t- t itlitl Anatolia Agency
s"ittI(
said

Flti SF\A[I Watergate
oiniiimittc iot ed tour to
ibuec to reopen its hearings
ilito campaign tinancing for a
'si\ dav run, committee
sources reported.

T F U S L abour
tDepartment included tour
't -rio Rican cities San
Juan, Ponci, BaslanIont and
rt ilona on its list of local
'It nient its eligible tor
imapwel pott revenue sharing
liul

S't DISH Fo reign Minister
Scn iiidersson said Sweden
Sli tiurable to ithe French
: ll i r ua o trld coni-ilrence on
i -i. Ik i i, deor tlihe auspices tof
lie I tilted Nations.

I i H lii teltisi legislators
rsigi teId rtiiiI JItan Peron's
Mi io It i i today v in
tppismltt tit It a proposed inew.
petial aniitcrrorism code
\peccdtI i pasi t this week.
I hi Pironists were among 12
*, i~~~-d Peron Tuesday to
oih tI ha the new laws
S ,l gci, police oppressise
p .l Pe'WLT- t'roii replied if the\
didn k it I tk ii t li could licae
lthe art'

Oil produiting rinidad
aiid I obalo plans to renew its
bitd i r nt mbership in the
Organisainto oI IPetroleum
t1 portiu ( olinTrit s (OP C(').

\BOtl I t,000 bank and
IIu} r ce ,L llompal\ ctvrks,
stiio. kI lti 4 iours ttlda itl a
", ,v oi lhib mu r protests
,imt ii it)ht, Biilivita i itin liars
;ro + i iii ltbl d ubing tll the
oni !b~,i IH


5k\. 'sl


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MINERS'


that could prove Deani toermer
presidential counsel, vW1as, otng
when he said President \Nitn
knew ol the Watergate coverup
hbeltr March 21. 193.
I he sources, whot1 s ,aid hei
bhetlies he is fannliar with the
atrne material Scott has seen.
Mllntradiltcd the senato Cl r's
A.ilii that tr.nscripts ol W hite
)I use tape-, disprIT\e Dean's,

N\1ixon ha's tainitaiett'lId hc


1I 't\tI t\\\ I \t lIl!1 <) 1f1t !1\1 MIAISl.
!'\ iMi! 1'l tI M\11 0 1 R t.I0 1, '1 1 SID -
\ )'-Il (i I i i I I I I \(; 1t II L S A(
1 l I'. '!> t -'.'lc \ oti Skees ini re
t \+ + ,* < *'. *i+-,i td;! iAd on ( ( re Al .baco Ids
(p.it \ a i PiAt tract land I
I I ;' .; - i ''I'i l lH,i g .tranted W, I,
Ifi I T ; Al 1, ;,i""! ; T i .i 4 rC1 hotuIded nor
".-. I s .itl g -(tti-l l W i ll 14,,i t i i n
.AM g V halnR ,1,
!\i. I 1 .i vp.J tiing Al t rom land
R ,--. i l .i'd s's t Crl\ h ,i (rowi
- P ii A .tit ilng ,A ; t;] i iind gra tiled John l Iowe.


AxNI)SI'o.S No 37
I90,5s No

W(I. I z-I-i
esp ct t All those
alld, ita lt k
tirnierltv propcrtt
.,. .- W illiadi s h\
rthers> bh the Sea
sontherlh by the
granted [ho1 i .i *
n road rcesenratimoi


( i:.i 1 .(>, \,, 3., \All that tract land originally granted
.-!.1 i the 'on at I ggerhead ('reek containing
I ,,- , .-.-'.. .!;;n ld ilnorthcrls bs vacant land along the
c :. 'li! l\ ( -otn fiseer falio lor road seperatlIg it
t : L iid .1;- ,' ir.ni Rd Randall Russell hI t ollti tA the- estate
S \ t ,1it\ de aeascd southerli by land torinerlt of
l** I iini! ,ilinsoi and i esterly b land tormeri
i, -'!', ,: ,.- 1 -.'ph Saiimel Johnr-on, and land granileid Randall
R'i-- il Ai.',.J [0 to be owned b\ one IFerrnn

\\ ,i:i-I \ iinol Skee-s claim to he the owner in ftee siimiple in
-p -;, ,n i in tii undivided one-third interest in the above
dtC d 'i t ai ts" ol Iand and has made applications to the
p ii ( nLi under Section 3 Quieting Filles Act 1959 to
I.iv o Iln ti ,s tl t 'e said lands investigated for Certiticatc of title.

o it0 the 1 filed plans niay be inspected at the notice
hoard .I th t Commitssioners office e at Marsh Ilarbour and at
the Regisi\ i i thle Supreme Court Nassau.

Notice is hereby given that any person having dower or right
to dotter ads erse claim or a claim not recognised in the
Petition- shall before the 14th February 1974 tile in the
Supreme ( court a statement of his claim in the prescribed form
veritied ht an affidavit filed therewith Failure of any such
person to tile such statement of claim on or before the 14th
Feebruary 1t74 will operate as a bar to such claim. Walter
Vernon Skees. P. 0. Box 1663, Nassau.


LEADERS CALL


FOR ALL-OUT STRIKE


I t i I1 i)N Leaders ot
Britain's 280.000 coal miners
are recommending today that
their men stop all production
with a strike for higher pay
that ou Ild bring
Brittish industry to a halt this
spring.
lhe general secretary of the
Miners' I'nion. L.awrence Dal ,
told new smen he and the
union's president and vice
president v would recommend a
strike.vote at a meeting todar
of the executive board of the
National Unio n ot
Mine-workers
[he 2'-man executive was
expected to approve the
recommendation and order the
continuation. meanwhile, of
the I1 -week-old slowdown in
the mine s that hlas cLt
production 40 per cent
It will take about two weeks
to o rgamte a strike vote. Inion
president Joet G (;ortinl
cstIiatcs that more than 70
pvr ent ot the men favour a
waktou. 15 per centI more-
than a re needed
I he demands for a strike
1 ca.e alter Primne Minister
I dtward Heath told Parliament
onf I uesdar he would not raise
his anti-inflatlon selling on


--And Wilson warns of bankruptcy


AS Britain moved closer to an all-out strike in the coal *
mines, former Prime Minister Harold Wilson solemnly ,
declared On television that the nation "is heading for .
bankruptcy. '.
Wilson, leader of the Opposition Labour party, delivered
his TV warning four hours after the three top miners'
leaders said they want to call a national strike. The move
could turn off the bulk of the nation's electricity and halt
I industry bh spring.
"The crisis we face is now so menacing that it is difficult
to see improvements for the nmi.i rtii of our people for
some time ahead." Wilson said.
He blamed the Conservative government for the crisis,
saying the Tories inherited the biggest trading surplus in
Britain's history from his own Labour government defeated
in the 1970 election
"Now it is gone and Britain is heading for bankruptcy," -
Wilson said. He asked viewers to press for a new Labour
government that "will put it right." HAROL WILSON
HAROLD WILSON


wage increases to l meet the
in I ers de'llalds
fei rejected ani ofter hb the
I rades I union Congress to
check the wstage demaCnds ,t
other lnionls i thie uIners were
gl en iwhat they are askmg.
I he last strike b Brittsh
liners. two year., ago. lasted
se en weeks. I-or the i'tr1s


Dutch end gas


rationing


lilt HI\tl I The Dut..h
Si ,ernR i.!-,:n! I announced todaL
ihat gaisoiine rationing will be
Indeed I h- 4 atler less than
.our week-- t operation
t %co Iiio.s Mtitister Ruudd
Subbers ItId Parliament that
latitoning was nott longer
warranted by the supple
iititin. o which t ell onl 15
per ent short oit normal
eI land .
It siild that instead
o: ratiomnng, there wtuld be t
bJ: u i In Sutilda l driving le cer\
,her Vweek antd iadltlator\
speed illllt iOt tO mi.p.h, would
le i th dued s
(Mco .f the 4pnn ols ,At 'he


tot.il Arab oil embangh. jimans.l
t he Netherlandt s, .-c .in,,
rati" iing was latunched ,: JAiI
1 2
it was received ,k ;
bs a large part ut the ... n i
with influential sectiolS ,t Ow
press arguing fort i ts p. -'ip!
aboliotli

Someti critics sugcst d
!at ing hlad been pushed
thtnugh bh the lett tentre
government of Preincr JoIop
D)en 1'01 mcreli to sa\" lace
a dtlr the t Oiutrr had been
alerted to- a mlatir 'Inci fCt
and the tutIbeiltire system,
of hdtrtls lid been crelc.itCd


Eisenhower's warning


W AL [tiAM, Mass
President l)w ghi I)
1 i s e t h w e r warnd-
President-elet.u Kenned\ oi tile
possibility o the United --'Iie,
becoming i .i-ted in J waa in
LaUs, a toCtvrding .o newhs
opened set of resirdenti.ii
papers being prepared ior '! he
John I- Kenlned, litrart


'L ao s tt th prc .cnt kes !,-
the entire n ir si.i h .t

Keinnedy. i.. i:i to .
men orandum rIv Deen l-
Se.retar C tlark t:'lorId o!n ,
K e n n e d yI ow
conference Jan, i I I ,
car before Kenne ,s
. a I-' i. ( \


notith ii Ihad little eIec- t I hi'I
tlere f wer, e sec tional black, I i
a.s power stations ran out ol
,oal. which provides more tll.in
t w o-th irds ot BritainsI'
electricitl
I lie go\ erlil nt i ist
weekend estimated the power c
station had 1 3.I i to u.
ol Co! an hand, withI


A piece of

royal cake
A PIECI of the
wedding cake made for
Queen Victoria and Prince
Albert ii 1840 was sold
today at Christie's for 70
pounds about S150
The crumbling fragment
are still iIn the original llo\
with a printed label sau int t
"Queen s bridal cake.
Buckingham Palace. -ebruai%
10. 1840 j
The buyer was a n tmbelr
tofl the Austi ralian High I1
Comimiissionl act ine for anll
unnamed 1 amanial ( AP

25 boys die

in blaze
I EL SDEN. Belgium t
Twenty-fiveI small bohss we
killed in a fire during the
night at a Romant Catholic
orphans home iIn Heuslden.
Most ot he i ctlnms were
asphyxiated as thie\ slept in a
dlornilors (AP)


Bank bomb
\1 01 N(, mnan hurled a
lIb in inil ithe Bank of Israel
in thil heart iof the t iiiancia!
district oda\ It exploded
behind :1a otluter. 11ut1 no
Iniuris twerti reltorlted
Scotland \ ardi said. I he n na
fled on tii oo. API


.ltdditiotaIl stocks at the
totlieries awaiting shipment.
I he generating plants
,il use 1 7 million tons a
week But with nonessential
business and industry on a
three-day week because of the
minetis ban on overtime and
Sunday work, consumption is
down to 1.3 million tons a


week.
Thus there is enough coal to
keep power production up to
current levels at least until the
end of March.

Meanwhile. leading members
of Heath's Conservative Party
were talking less and less about
the possibility that their leader
would take his case to the
voters by calling a general
election next month.
A poll in today's Times of
London by the Opinion
Research Centre showed 43 per
cent of those questioned last
weekend would vote Labour to
40 per cent Conservative and
15 per cent Liberal. The week
before the Conservatives led
Labour 41 per cent to 37.
One optimistic note emerged
yesterday: The prospect of
new talks today on a separate
pay dispute involving train
drivers.
A go-slow by the drivers has
complicated delivery of
supplies to industry during the
short work week and played
havoc with commuter services.
The offer for the new talks
came from the employers. (AP)


Spring start on



Alaska pipeline


PRD 1)1 1101 BAY, Alsaka
Men, materials and equipment
d.1. heing readied for a spring
lonsitr ct ion star on the
ians-Alaska oil pipeline,

I k i n completed in about
hice N ars, the 7sO-mile line
swill carr \laska rude froni
Prudhltte lBaI across twitI
Imountalin ranges. "70 rivers and
'n active stismic /onee

'i esertda Secretary of the
In icrni Rogers Morton signed
lie long-awatled perilit for the'
, liil!o t pipeline to tap the
- it. li oill *i d

-it itlh little cooperation
rt iie thi e sa!hlei man. I amn
o in isit" i l lhJt lhc oil of the
n tilh slo e will reach markets
in tlhc I W e c 4., states by
I1-." Morton sad

l~icj-' taP.ia l'npeline
\ e ( l o \whih will build
N.ilt o|ptlic'ii lhe tine.l hanC deCd
\1o ton h, k or I 2 51
in 11! l 1 0 n t .o r
en1\ iroll nial studi -,es inl
c onn! ion w i h Ihe
Lton 11I T",


learned (i f t lit it 1 ,i
March 21. 1 1
It also 5a, k:.ii d rh,'11 .11 h
SprosccItt l h pia -, ,
tile periur ,is h iv
Dcan NP).

SWhat future

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Single $ 9 t t il lt \ l I ]k a in c,. \\t is' l\
Double $1S 1 8i h ii i ti t hI', itl count
T riple $ 13 1 ii, l 1 1i l ( 1 ,li -ti i ,11 1 \V ll,'m1 .
Quadruple $16 Wee Wisdom NassauChristian Academy

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The pipeline will run front
the oil deposits of the Prudhoe
Bay area on the Arctic ocean
to tanker connections at the
ice-free port of Valdez on
Prince William Sound.

A permit must still be issued
by the state of Alaska

Issuance of the federal
permit was delayed by court
action by environmental
groups which stretched over
three years.

Congress last year passed
legislation designed to clear
away legal obstacles to
construction of the pipeline,
the largest such project ever
underage n by private
indust ry.

A court in unction barring
the protect w,,as lifted l ast week
by UIS District Jludge George
Hart after the expiration of a
Cdeadhinc set by (Congress for
stits testing the constitution-
alilti ot the legislation
No such suits were filed


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accountants and a pane!
economists can exalinel iv,.
books of the oil conip.att:, |
won't believe there's an inlI,
crisis," he said. "And trjnkJ
until I get proof there :,
crisis, I don't know whs |
should cut down sot mniilh"
Schrager said he still o., .
small piece of al oil wsI ::
Texas "and I know it sj, neo
pumped to full capacvits "
believe there's an ..
when the oil companies ,!I,..
that they're pumping ,11
capacity and using eveCC :
they have."
Schrager is preside'! .:
chief owner of a fro/', .,
colipanty that wholesale- -,.
to several major superni..rk,_
chains lie would onl! s.r ;h.i
his annual salary i,
$30,000." te and his s:I ,.:
1' -ear-old son Stec
onl\ one of tour chi ldr
at honte live iin .i : I.
Spanish-style homeI itll ;:s
traditional red-tiled rot 1:
sits 100 feet off thie t .-
overlooking a stand o: .
redwoods, and boasts a ,d'i-
drivewa\ tennis courts b.
and swimming pool. wth!,h
filled and Iilit i, d bil i .
during winter
Mrs. Schrager, a Dt)e;,.or,:
and member itof the I cat.iC
Women i Voters., doe "
believe her stand
extravagant, noting th. s!,
paying more for ever\th:::., \Pi


I.R.A. DROP

MILK

CHURN

BOMBS

BELFAST The Irish
Republican Army launched its
first air attack today, dropping
from a helicopter two milk
churns "illcd wiith explosives
The British Army said the
bombs did not explode.
One of the churns landed in
a police station compound at
Strabane, and the other hit
outside the post's sandbagged
perimeter, the Arimy said.
"It was a clumsy attack," an
army officer at military
headquarters said. "But it
could have been bloody itf the
bombs had exploded."
Strabane is a mainly Roman
Catholic town
Guerillas have attacked the
station several times since ci il
disturbances erupted.
A police spokesman said
four armed men had hijacked
the helicopter at Cloughfin ini
the Irish Republic.
The British Arnmy
headquarters said the yellow
helicopter streaked in low over
the frontier. dumped the milk
churns and popped back across
the border. (AP)


RUSSIA EXPELS

PEKING DIPLOMAT
MOSCOW- The Soviet Union announced it had expelled
a Peking diplomat for attempting to obtain espionage
information and said an "emphatic protest" was made to
the Chinese ambassador in Moscow.
A brief Tass dispatch was the first official word of the
charges, although some details of the expulsion had been
learned from Soviet sources.
The charges were parallel to those lodged by the Chinese
Foreign Ministry against five Soviets expelled by Peking
Saturday, an action that pointed at the bad state of
relations between the Communist giants.
The Soviet Union had accused China on Monday of a
"planned hostile act" in expelling the five Soviets. Then. it
was learned that a Chinese diplomat was taken off the
trans-Siberian express in the Siberian city of Irkutsk and
expelled.


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with no



energy crisis

HILLSBOROUGH. Calif. The dishwasher, swimming p,,,,!
and four televisions in Peter Schrager's 16-room mansion ir'ii,
posh San Francisco suburb arc running just as they always ,,
because the family simply does not believe there's an -
crisis.
Shrager and his wife Connie have tried to cut down ir
shopping trips but they're using all the electricity the\ s.,'n'
and they refuse to drop their thermostat to President Nixsn,
recommended 68 degrees.
In fact, during the holidays the Schragers were the !
family on the block with outside Christmas lights "and -i
proud of it," said Mrs. Schrager. The Schragers are Jewish
"Even if they impeach the President, there isn't a politiia: I
would believe on the oil crisis," said Schrager. who is treasurer ,
the San Mateo County Republican Central Committee.
-U'ntil a group of it' de nh.--












Thursday, January 24, 1974


hp 01ributi
NULLIS ADDICrUs JURARE IN VERBA MACISTRI
Bfeitg iBoul To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LI ON I H. IUPUCI, Publisher/Editor 1903 1V14
SIR E IFNN1 DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt.. LL.D).
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributing Editor 1972 -
FEIt IFN lDI!PUtH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A.. LL.B..
Publisher/Editor 1972
Published Daily Monday to Saturday
TH [ FPII\l \ I
Editorial 2-41 '2. 2-2260
General Offices (15 Extensions) 2-1986
Advertising 2-1986, 2-2768

Thursday, January 24, 1974


t7IIF(RII.

Light and shadow


ByvETII \\I DUPUCIIH
I 0 \ i 1,,, November 18: On this occasion we are in London
in uisines and so we will have little or no time for seeing
I i'neinds.
H!i w. aId t, make two cointacts. First with Sir Robert Neville
whi made itit hloitel reservations for us; and then with Glanvill
diiectoi of the Benn Publishing firm who
;iii!is!cd i' book Thc Tribune Storv-
i i.id ito speak with \i Benn on behalf of friends in Miami. a
P0,|, 'inhtsi couple, who have been wonderfully kind to nme
.I hae been living in lCoral Gables. Gus Fritz is ,errnan and
I'tric Waindit l i Polish
Vcent!x V, .. showed ile the outline of a stotrN shie had
' ilI about t a family she knew as a child in Poland who later
Sill the 1 .S It's a true life story .. and a real tear Iciket. It
-, '. kiind o; stor\ that I feel would make a wonderful b ook and
i i on lic theatre.
I 'Ie i it u' my friend Ilowell Rees in Tampa f)or his
pitihc-. l;a opinion. lie wrote a most constructive criticism. I
kjl i! It re eI i e ti opinion ot thle book experts in the Bcnin
*.'J illl;/ .tiJ i t ill 1I1
il Hen, is a very old friend of mine and so when I 11. I
Ii I up I told him at the outset that I was lihee on business and
:id i 1. for socializing. I Told him abouW l lie sto!\ and
jsked whietiicI I might send it round to his office.
() course ma titenne," lie said. "Bult what are vouf

ai I sid t
S 1 *'i Ati ikc on 'o be m1i ueMt at a stag dinner that is
ti:: :!i... well-known itAmerican editor I think \ou
v :. :- t i --,!;'. 1ll pick yo utip at thIe I ,biankiren
I 5 i ij t I
\p.: e i act t ita, it sounded interesting ilire was no
i e'ii! I' tlhis tim talio ftloinll a helpful old friend.
1 .l didni t ki'.,w what the dinner was all about and so I vwas
pi -acd \lieni we armvcid iat the place to find that it was a dinner
tein CI.'i en for an *\inerican cdittr by the I'nited Kl-d,,- ,,I
bia'i.ch rt tite (t 'lninonwealth Press Union.
Th ,,iese wec .ill friends with whom I had travelled to distant
1.,. n 'le wold and so they were as much surprised and
, ,. ,S.- il- as I w as to find myself with them again.
h I as tihe' first time that '1,,, had seen mie since I left the
hBaI;inas lc: \seai September. I immediately sensed a new
t.iril it the way the\ greeted me. The comradeship among
iotn iisl t is a wonlderful experience and it is a joy toI be a
me K 'c'i ti the lea're.
I ,xwas lightly aniused b\ their first reaction. It was clear that
li.he it.' tioitholit ahout ill\ problems and wondered what they
-...il. t .. i, w*ic when we me l again. The felt that this would be
.11 i _, a]'+ !," long- aced sy mlpathies. And so the\ were
-';'ie tt i tbow\lcd ose, when thie\ saw mie ...king fitter and
; 'ii ,i I ii lnd iclaxed than ever.
I e ii :tlim !ha noit) one seems able to understand. You
h i at ai womanti who interviewed my wife and me for the
l.i[:i~i.,i /' Ctr w1 hen we attended a mlleeting of the Boatd of lithe
IA \IA Mo\niCtio BHa\ in April couldn't figure it out. She role tnI
h, ,., ll.til I wais enher over-confident or arrogant .. hut
x.i ,x.\ ,I.; as pleased t,, have had the opportunity to meet
. li t t ''i!ti sric stal pe' ison
1 can afftid io be cheerful because I know that, on the long
set l i honest antd truth never fail to come to the top
1 : Le as always been oi its side.

Il, n.etng i .'.as interesting Tlihe speech of the American
*ItIr' xis "-o l the recoidx" and so I cannot say> anything about
S1 "' t .iised tqi ti.tiiis tlit led to a likely debate in wtnclt I

A' 'h ihclie tliCttn several ot the members made it a point to
si\ i!b); -e\ ie' that I had contributed soine useful thoughts to
the debit ic'nd Mri t Benn said several times on the drive back to
bll i> tl. t ow ftoru ti ate it was that I had called him that day
eatc hie. totu. lelt that I had made a contribution to the
d]t'il-'.-It'l .
Ilc i, sAN. .. ilii, hleait walling about the e eninig.
Apa'ii i:i,! iskmi mie what I was doing anrid how I was getting
t.n i '- v sit waxa of litfe. ino reference was made to conditions ini
'ri li ttahunas tit!, without saying so openly, they sent me away
xwi. It e teel! iti lt tlicse chaps are all in my corner anid will he
at !n\ side should the need ever arise.


\n aitisiing exchange took place between Mr. Benn and me
dutiin dineli. e11 has known inmy daughter, Eileen Carron. ever
,ince she wa, .i high school student in i ngland. His daughter, who
is .no. .i ta.itute writer for The Daily 'elhgraph. and Mis. Carron
wx Ie t ,l'se lilendlts
"W' en .,,'i I il'een get up enough nerve to tell you that she will
inot pulhishl one it our at tiless" lie laughed, feeling that I still
sil 1,id' l, /I' Iibu'm as Loird Beaverbrook continued to
doint''iC" li, I tndonth newspapers after lie was supposed to have

"- \w n .. I also laughed, "'You think mny articles are tough.
SBol\. sliould see the ones that got away," I said, using a
Sislti',iii -a toit i el iexpiession. "She has canned more than one
" of mn articles When I ask her about it she simply says. 'Daddy,
oi w role ilhit one for fun. you really didn't expect me to
p publish it, did tt i ou'"
". ihen 1what do you say'" he asked.
"She is the editor now and the decisions must all be hers. If I
were dead hlie w would have to make the decisions and so it is well
that dise shows tie now that she has the strength to command the
ship."
\\1,..,, we lett Miami we were headed for the Algarve in
Portugal but because so many people are vacationing in that area
right lnow we were not able to get a hotel booking in the area
before we lease here next weekend for Antigua to attend a
meeting of the 'atibbean Press Association.
And so I had to complete my business mission in London and
p postpone the Pollrtugal visit until next summer when we will be
2 passing through 1 ondoni on our way to Japan for a meeting of the
International Piess Institute.
Graham Edmanids kindly staved in London overnight to help


Uhie aribunt


MILD COMPLAINT

FROM SOLOMON, M.P.


I)ITOR The Tribune,
I am genuinely sorry that I
must mildly complain about
the inaccuracy of your
reporter's recollection of my
comments while in Dr.
McCartney's "Hot Seat" an
evening or so ago. However,
the matters are significant ones,,
and accuracy, from my point
of view, is essential.
With respect, I never
"admitted that the FNM will
never be as strong an
Opposition as the PLP were".
What I did say was that the
FNM will never engage in the
type of Opposition which
perhaps because circumstances
were vastly different was
often the way of the PI P when
they were the Opposition
party.
With regard to social
intercourse between black and
white Bahamians or the lack
of it I did not say that white
Bahamians were afraid without
qualification. I said that they
were plagued by a problem
which has affected man for
centuries ... fear of t he
unknown. And that is quite at
different matter.
A minor point: I did not say
that the then Surgeon General
of the United States was
reporting to President Nixon. I
did not name the president ( I
believe it was Johnson) because
I was not s,,ure who was

Iiaving dahhbbled in the art
if I know how difficult :!
can he to accurately note
every thing said even when
acoustical conditions are gtoodt
which 01. that occasion thev


were not.
Your reporter knows better
than most that my penchant
for accuracy exists because
there are many who are quick
to recall both quotes and
misquotes and, as always,
silence indicates consent.
NORMAN S. SOLOMON.

Diplomatic move
MEXICO CITY Mexico
and the Bahamas have
established diplomatic
relations, the Foreign Ministry
announced.
Alfonso Garcia Robles.
Mexico's permanent
representative to the United
Nations, was named this
country's first Ambassador to
the Bahamas. lie will continue
to live in New York, the
Ministry said (AP)

PM's wife to

give prizes
THil Prinme Minister's wifc,
Marguerite Pindlmng, will
present prices in the finals of
the Mental Health Week's
oratorical contest onil Saturday
at the Govcrnintitn High
School at 8 p.m.
Taking part in the contest
are: from the Out Islands
Marsha Pyfrom (Inagua), Burt
Christie (N Andros). Kirkland
Neilly and Patsy Ftorhes (S.
Andros), Meihin Nevinor and
Margie Ferguson xintuna) and
Simeon Munro: and from New
Providence: Versonica
Duncanson, Rudolph Cleare.
Marge Mo-t:ir antd Si i!
Brennan.


mie get through al! the things I had to do. It was a busy day,
among nlIer things. consulting lawy ers and going to the 1 oreigni

The whliole operation n was greatly speeded up because Mr.
1-dmiands knew his w a'. ar und in the Undeiground which is far
more complicated tia m when I last used these train: it'n L[,idon
53 years ago.
I use taxis when I go to hig cities because I don't know ein irighi
about underground travel to use this fast and inexpensive mode
of transportation.
If for nothing else, using the underground was an iiiicresting
experience for ile because it helped tie 'o realize how i inunate I
have been in lite.
The corridors and trains in this transportation complex are
swarming with people who are rushing to get somewhere Most of
them seem to follow the same pattern. \earl all of them have
anxious looks on their fc c' :lnd there i-sln't a smile on a single
face.
There are crowds of young people. These are students or
VLoungsters on their first job. They are concerned because they
have 1not yet lound their way in life.
There are the middle aged .. sonic women with babies ... who
bear anxious looks on their faces because they have begun to
wonder whether they have nussed the boat in life.
Then there are the aged and xwoin. Their lined faces bear the
mark of despair, of people who are merely drifting to the end of
the road.
Worst of all were the young, men long-haired hippie types
xho lay in the corridors of ihe underground passages strutlnuing
the stlintgs of a guitar and hoping that some of the passers-by
would drop a coin in the hat with which they would probably
buy a shot of dope.
I make it a rule of life never to pass a beggar onl the street
without giving a helping hand but I did pass this one because it
was a clear case of worthlessness ini which a man has lost place in
life without having the courage to make a start.
These ane the people who carry the heat and burden of the day
in ever\ society. And as I studied their faces I thought what a
sitor\ 1 could tell if I could read the thoughts that had engraved
deep lines in te faces the faces of the old and had planted a vacant state 1i1
the e\es of iany of the minuddle aged
And I lii-'Iii- .. how fortunate I am that mi life should be so
full of lauzhtei.
Y'ou know ... I tried to break the spell for some of these people
by smiling with them But they merely looked back at me w ith a
stare that seemed to question what kind of stray I was in this
inllit .. of human misery,


I lie ,weather here is really tine. It is extraordinary Thereic is
always talk about the filthy English weather but as nima times as
I have beeniit) this country I have never experienced a da\ of
niasty weather. I seem to bring good weather when I come
It was feared that they would have bad weather for Princess
:Anne's wedding but it turned out to be a brilliant day.
I recall back in 195 1. when the Colonial Office took a group of
West Indian lou,italists on a \wide tour of England, Scotland and
Wales. We were chaufteuied f1otim city to city in staff cars.
Out guides conimented oni how unusually good the weather
xwas throughout tthe toui
IThen, as we approached Manchester, we could see that it was
raining health in that citV. But as we entered the outskirts of the
city the iani stopped and the sun came out.
I can't explain it. I suppose we just lihe right and the sun likes
to shine fol us.

Right now in London the air is sharp. It tingles the ears and
seems to crawl caressingly across the surface of my bald head. It
has also put spring in our aging legs.
This afternoon my wife and I held hands and walked briskly
for miles along the Embankment. Other people were walking too
but the, didn't seem to be getting any joy out of the chill in the
air.
This is one of the interesting contradictions in life.
We come from a part of the world where we get too much sun
and so we welcome this change, while the people who walk the
streets of this city get too little sun and too damn much cold
weather for their liking.
One day we may all learn to be thankful for the experience of
having passed this way once.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
No man is in good health who can not stand in the free air of
heaven, with his feet on God's free turf, and thank his Creator for
the simple luxury of physical existence. HIGGINSON


Theatres of Nassau rap Guardian story


general nmaitage I lrine W.
llec=l toddh banded a Nassau
(I tardia a t or y a
"'irresponsible'" and aisk-td that
an .pd,1'., bh ge ii\ n It the
( ensorship B, uid b ithe
(xiardI aIlt
II a iprcpred statementt Mr.
liecht said he x wished to clear
utp a statement i-lppearings itn the
Guardian's tront-page .toir ot
Jan 24 with retcrenc- to tthe
picture 1\ ... --- 10th Street"
xw which reported that a
spokesman f rot the Wtc lit I
Ro)ad said: "'l: vcir tone has
already had it These people
(the Censorship (omnunitteeI
don't know whx at they are
doing."
Mr. Hetch sait that this
statement was not made hy the
manager o ttihe Wultt R'.nad
Theatre, o; anyone else with
auithtority tt 'iak- suih a
cotmmIent. "It is alsto iu
tIuntention that il sLuh a
statement had been inade bi
anVone at tihe Theatie without
authority it is a most
u rcsptonsibl; e piece otf
newspaper icprriitng fhat this
should bhe pitl ir print withtkut
xer intt g w i ith I 'pianagnenient
SI Theatres tit \assaui ltd..
x hichi was ntt dmnc.-"
-\d he cnt on "I wish to
ike this mei-n' ,'-f ap't)gi/ing
tIo thf (ensirship Board ior
the saiteinmlent hattiplg bini put
in print and I think ain lltap)dog
i's due them h'i the \assaui
(Inardlian also."
Mr. liecht sit l that tIhe
(Celnsorship Board had behn
most coopitrati, a lnd it xas
his personal opim.'n that their
tldgmlent oon piiiitr iihit hkave
been passed or pictures thai
have been banned "has been
excellent "
And hc added "it i ;;osts
disheartening that when Isuch
itt .;Ji,'i cooperation exists
xxith the C ensorship Boaid that
it shout ld bc ,I s %.,-'sl
ilits!e'-'ii t e 'tv til t tl i s xtUii.iil
t', tlheIim nd to I theatre' ,,
WOMEN'S MEETING
I hr It 1- !i;' 'i ; :-
,' 1 :74 -1 tih, bbti. ,,
P r cs t s s i n a 1 W\ flec In
Association i \.-w P! tMlent
v-ill he held tiino!i at 7.4
p.t at tilte Soinista FiHeaca
1 l,,t-.l
ist ssion will centre
alroutd tihe upgrading oit
Irio i tc Is I lox ipgti asn tig
irtt essionail standards.
;.iio ,wlg re-port- and o tlu lintes
(f plans b\ all ct iilunilt
chairmen.


Nassaui as well."
V hl I h pis e p an.atia n ot
ShaIt looLk place \1it lc tliI
said l;it h Its Nii;ina tti r ihad hieex
unahle ikt screv'I the pfluit ti f
the Lc'is 1 until e ih e lirnui
ot the da> the picture was to
pla.. anid il had ad leadx beten
a dl xc rtei .d. % I ,. the
( cntisorship Blaid turned )i
donf' ,ll. xc slulb' tite'd anther
pict lure witlhut ,'It c -Ilnent i 1'
ohbje tion. Tlhic :aL! that it 'aV ,
advertised bfoiire it had heen
-,reened Ior the censors is ,i
unf irbtiMunate iur i thtit pirt
ol Theatre of tlN.ittl I id.. ir
which we apolo'uc to the


"T hi ci rains." he wecnt
it. "ifli.i sin e i x was reicet.Ld
ie I; ,. eoopierat. .it


with the Botrdo s dishes, and it
is our avowed purpose to
always abide with theii
xd -isions to the fullest extent."


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Till- 16th annual Bahanii,
Music Festival will be hlicl
from February I S to March N,
the Ministr\ o t education and
Culture announced today.
Ne w Pro v idencee
adjudications will start


February 25 and brochures and
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froin thle (Cultural A ltairs
Division of tile Ministur of
FI'ducation on Shirley Street.
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CABBAGE HAS

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CABBAGE is still available,
large and small, at the Potter's
('Ca Produce Exchange. It is an
extremely ..d buy at this
time of ear and the mighty
cabbage can be used and
enjoyed in salads, vegetable
and meat dishes or on its own
with lots of butter.


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For steamed cabbage, cut a
small head into wedges and put
them into a ste;,mer or
colander. Rinse them under
cold water and sprinkle with
sugar and nutnime.. Place the
colander in a large pli with
several inches ot boiling water.
Steam the cabbage tor 10
minutes or utitl lent der.
('aretully place the wedges in 1
serving dish and pour intced
butter over then.
Anot hier me hi id )I
preparing buttered cabbage
calls for cutting the head init
two-inch square, and placing
the cut leaves in cold water to
cover. Add itwo tabhlespoois ot
salt and two tablespoons suLgal
and let the ,abbage stand
overnight. Drain it well and put
an inch ot water in a large pot.
Bring the water t( the boil.
Add a teaspoon siiugj. halt a
teaspoon salt and the cabhage.
Cook o\er mediumli hCeat tor
five minutes. D)rain aid turn
the cabbage inlt a se ,ing ilisi
Pour on halt a ciIp ,I melted
butter.
The classic c rned beef iand
cabbage is easv toI prepare.
Insert six whole ti'ves and
three sliced garlic cl, es into at
four pound piece t, coi' thd
beef. Put the beet in a heavy
pot with two sliced ,rn n1i IoM
pepper corns, two bas lcaes
and cold water tor ie Bring
to a boil. lower ihe heal and
simmer the bee! h Lir'rcd lIor
five hours. Durtiine i e last hour
of cooking, add three washed
and trimmed leeks
To cook the c' .ibtaget,
remove the outci lea I'.e ti the
head and put Ilthcm in large
saucepan with e l t i-h 2 llhe
beef cookinr i I,'..k is c, '
them. C(ut the a.t\ ,w, ii>
wedges and arr.in-. !i i n
top of the leaves : ihe
pan and steam the h..ibae tt
five minutes .tr iLi t the
wedrel s are fortt k ltI,,.l SIi'1
tile -t' I and arral get 1 l' .lt'1
Ion a heal ed plane; t'ki.- lld'
cabt'are we'tdges .iriti ,! ihr
meat. 1rAdd bosl d pt.i .indt
spoiion sto i i! }e-;;
cot)king si 1,2k e a.li
Ilere is a spic\ i., .
(ut a inediumi headl .lhac
into strips, and let tl im -.tand


cuiIs ot rice m salted water for
10 minutes and drain. Combine
the lice with the onions and
mushrooms and the bacon bits.
\dd hllt a cup o peeled and
, Ih ppecd tomatoes, two
tAhlespisirt raisins, a pinch of
bt me. and salt, pepper and a
utile nutmeg. Shred a medium
head ot cabbage and put a
it ver in a deep casserole Add a
laer of the rice mixture and
,niitiCne the layering until the
dish is three-quarters full.
Season two' cups of tomato
Miute with a teaspoon sugar, a
iruhsed clove of garlic, the
acated rind of half a lemon,


and salt and pepper. Pour over
the cabbage and rice. Cover the
casserole and bake at 200


degrees for two hours or until
the rice ii tender and the liquid
has been absorbed.
Add a Chinese touch to
cabbage with soy sauce. Cut a
medium head of cabbage into a
fine julienne and parboil in
boiling water for three
minutes. Cool in cold water
and drain Heat three
tablespoons corn oil in a skillet
and cook three chopped green
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Thursday, January 24, 1974


iwhr Gtribunt


His 'last hope' is a


sex change operation


By Abigail Van Buren
c 1974 by Chcago Tribune-N. Y. News Synd., Inc.
DEAR ABBY: I am a "hermaphrodite." I have breasts
like a woman, and the mind and emotions of a woman, yet
the lower part of my anatomy is like a man.
I am 24, and my life has been pure hell. I feel like a
freak. and have very few friends. I have wanted a sex
change operation for a long time, but my parents are
against it. They say I would be tampering with God's and
nature's plan.
I have been away from home and financially indepen-
dent for two years. I don't think I am wrong for wanting to
be the sex I think I was meant to be, but I can't get
anyone to agree with me.
I have talked to several ministers, and none of them
has ever heard of this condition. They think I am "queer."
I found one doctor who said he had heard and read about
this freakish sexual development but he wasn't able to offer
any help.
Abhy, you are my last hope. Can you help me!
MISERABLE
DEAR MISERABLE: Yes. Write to the Erickson Foun-
dation. 4047 Hundred Oaks Avenue. Baton Rouge, La. 70808.
And tell them Abby told you to write. Good luck and God
bless.

DEAR ABBY: In response to your statement that hu-
mans are the only animals that blush: You are wrong.
Laboratory rats have been trained to blush. Furthermore. I
have seen them blush in only one ear' R. E. I.: HOUSTON
DEAR R. E. I.: Something they heard, I presume!

DEAR ABBY: Some stupid wife signed "Day Ruined"
didn't want her husband home for lunch because it upset
her routine.
I made the same mistake When my husband started
coming home for lunch I asked him to please eat downtown
because it upset my routine He ate his lunches downtown.
Pretty soon he started eating his breakfasts downtown, too.
And then he started staying downtown for dinner.
He finally asked me for a divorce so he could marry
the pretty little waitress who had been serving him his
meals'
Fortunately before the divorce went thru I was able to
win him back, but I never realized how close I came to
having a RUINED life instead of a RUINED DAY.
WISER NOW
DEAXR %WISER: Wives, take note!

DEAR ABBY: What a dum dum-that wife who asked
her husband to eat his lunches downtown because when he
came home it "ruined" her day'
Tell him he can come to my house for lunch. It would


make my day!


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Guardian columinist and
freelance journalistt Liz
Nathaniels % n! gni v their views.
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Sandra Dean, president ot the
Bahamas Menltal HIealth
Assoitat ion, Dr I ,i1n
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NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby aiven that LEE ARNOLD MOVERS of
Freeport. Grand Bahama, is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 17th day of
January 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.






NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that WILFRED BERNIER of
West End, 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 naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 17th day of
January 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.





NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that PAUL MEREDITH COOPER
of F-603, 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 naturalisation snouid
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 24th day of
January, 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.



NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that MARTIN PIERRE of Pinders
Point. Grand Bahama is applying to the Minister responsible
fot 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 24th day of January, 1974 to
The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.
O. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MICHAEL MONWELL
LIGHTBOURNE of East Beach Drive, Freeport. Grand
Bahama is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason
why registration should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 24th day of January, 1974 to
The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that WILLIE NORMAN DYKE of
134 Drum Fish Street Caravell Beach Freeport Grand
Bahama is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason
why v-,.j,,lrai,,_,,i should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 24th day of Januaiy 1974 to
The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.
O. Box N7147. Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that JOSEPH WALTER HOCHER
of Staniel Cay Exumas 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 24th day of
January 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality


and Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147. Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that ALBERT A SWAN of
Grand Turk residing in 8-Mile Rock Jones Town is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, tor 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 24th day of Jan. 1974 to The Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that CLAYTON MILROY
TUCKER of Jones Town Eight Mile Rock Grand Bahama is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 24th day of January 1974 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P. 0. Box
N7147, Nassau.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ELAINE MARIANNE
ROBERTSON of P. 0. Box F-453, Freeport, Bahamas is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 17th day of January 1974 to The Ministei
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship P. 0. Box
N7147, Nassau.






NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that NAOMI ELIZABETH
ASTWOOD of 36 W. Hearn Lane, Freeport is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 24th day of
January 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau






NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that WILLIAM CECIL ASTWOOD
of 36 W Hearn Lane. Freeport is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas. and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 24th day of January
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that JAMES HOUGHTON of 18
Amberjack Street, Freeport, Grand Bahama is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty days from the 24th day of January
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MABLE LOUISE
CARTWRIGHT of Eight Mile Rock. Grand Bahama is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 24th day of January 1974 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship P. 0. Box
N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that PAUL JAMES
CARTWRIGHT of Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 24th day of January 1974 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P. 0 Box
N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ALPHONSO RENELDO
TODD of Winchester Circle, Freeport, Grand Bahama is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why registration
should not be granted should send a written and signed
statement of the facts within twenty-eight days from the
24th day of January 1974 to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P. 0O Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that WELLINGTON THOMAS
FORBES of P. 0. Box F-2465, Freeport, Grand Bahama is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 24th of January 1974 to The Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that OLIVE ANNIE TODD of
Winchester Circle, Freeport. Grand Bahama is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 24th day of
January 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.

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NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that RAMA MYRTHIL of
Freeport, Grand Bahama, is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationall'y and Citizenship, foi
naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 17th day of
January 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.


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Thursday, January 24, 1974


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NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that EUNE R GUIGNARD of
West End, Grand Bahama is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and [C '. ... ,,, I.,, f tor
naturalisation as a citizen of Thei. a nd i d that any
person who knows any eaison why nat nalisation should
not he granted should send a wri'ttn and signed statement
of the facts within "l .. ..t,. days forn the 17th day of
January 1974 to The Minister responisible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. 0. Box N 7147 Nassau t





NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that BARBARA DELORES
GREAVES of "ln., ....- St. Chippingham is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 17th day of
January 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship P. O. Box N7147, Nassau






NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that CALEB NEHEMIAH WHITE
of P.O. Box F-786 Fr eeport, Grand B-hama, is applying
to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
for registration as a cL .,,, of The Bahamas, arid 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 fiom the 17th day of
January 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationalitt
and Citizenship, P' 0. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that ISWFI I ALF RE D HOO of P.
0. Box F-2478. Freeport Grand Bahaima is applying to the
Minister responshilr fo,) Niation.lht a, Ci(tizenship, for
registration as a (itiierli of Tii tl .lnria'. arid that any
person who knows ary reason wh'y iglstration should not
be granted should send a written and r""..l I statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days flom the 17th day of
January 1974 to The Ministei resp F sirli' for Nitii'iiality
and Citizenship, P. O. Bho N/1/. N 3,r





NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby give! that AMANDA GINA FRAIND
of Freeport Giand Bahama Island is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a itizeni 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 24th day of
January 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that L)URANDO REGINALD
FRAINO of Freepoit Gland Bahama Island is applying to
the Minister responsible for Natonality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of Tfth Bahamias, and that any
person who knows any rason why registration should not
be granted should send a written arid signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight clays from the 24th day of
Jan. 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147. Nassau.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that RICHARD ALEXANDER
BAIN of Pinedale, Graid Bahama is -pplyirg to the
Minister responsible foi Nationalitv and C h...... rtp. for
registration as a citizen if ThI Eahramra, and that any
person who knows any reason whi ieqstiatioun should not
be granted should send a wtittlen d si oned statement of
the facts within twenty eight days tnom the 24th day of
January 1974 to The Minster responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship P. O. BN7147, Nassau[


NOTICE


NOTICE is he eby given that COLIN FRANCIS POWELL,
of P.O. Box F-74, Freeport, Grand Bahama, is applying to
the Minister .. sp. r. .ti. for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why iegisti.ition should not
be granted should send a ...'",, and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days fiom the 24th day of
Jan. 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.


NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that MARGARE T MARY
POWELL, of P. 0. Box F 74, Freepoit, Giand Bahama, is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should riot be gi anted should send a wi tten
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 24th day of Jan. 1974 to The Minister iesponsibie
for Nationality and Citizenship, P. 0. Box N 7147, Nassau.


NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that JUDY THELMA SELVER of
Pioneer's Way East, Freeport, Grand Bahama is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, arid that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a w itten and sigend statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days front the 24th day of
Jan. 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147, Nassau.


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NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that MARION ELIZABETH
ASTWOOD of P. 0. Box 320, Freeport.Grand Bahama is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 17th day of January 1974 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship P. O. Box
N7147, Nassau.



NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that VIDIE ELIZABETH WHITE
of P. 0. Box F-786 Freeport Grand Bahama is applying
to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 17th day of
January 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147. Nassau





NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that JAMES HUBERT WILLIAMS
of Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 17th day of
January 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that GEORGE DAVID MELLOR
of P. 0. Box F1235 Freeport is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 17th day of January
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ELIZA MARIA EDNA
WILSON of Apt 27, King's Inn & Gofl Club Staff Quarters,
P. 0. Box 207, Freeport, Grand Bahama Island is applying
to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
for Registraticr 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 17th day of
January 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.



NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that CYNTHIA ANNE MELLOR
of P. 0. Box F1235 Freeport is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 17th day of January
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147, Nassau.


NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that MATALIE ISABELLE
HARVEY of Sea Grape, Grand Bahama is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenst ip, 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 17th day o'
January 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.



NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that PETER GEORGE
STREETER of Eastern Road Nassau is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 17th day of
January 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.


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and contents of your home and
calln afford it, why not donate
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between a wasted life and a
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Seen in the above photo are
part of the membnhership of the
benefit tomnittee: Left to
right: Mrs. Si Arnoury, Mrs.
Allen (Greenword. Mrs. Vernice
'Cooper. Mis. S\bil Blyden
(Principal of tile Stapledun
School) Mrs. Ruth
S iionittec, Mrsn Paul Cole
I(' hailnian ol the Bcneftit
( committee ) Miss Lorraine
Onderdonk. Mrs. Kenneth
l)riummnrmd, Mrs (wendmoln
Mc Dec1 man. Mr-.. Lio nel
Chiaprlan aund Mirs (; Peterson


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positions, not only in politics
but also in business, religion,
and educdiiion.
This position is based on
two simple facts. The first is
that the spirit and soul of this
iinltry calls for a continued
priogramme of Bahamianization
a programme which is not
inetattie aind insensitive to the
helping and willing hand of
non- Bahihtmians, but which is
posittie .ind reflective oi the
:ipori.nNce otl a people's


111l NOL NG,-R generation
in, always presented a
S to its elders, and the
- -,ih I t tih; young nation of
I th t.aharia.i are i .I.r. out
x ithfis hi' ,i,' now.
I he tt(ing people of This
\ tion aire advocating new
tnies, new ideas which have
and "Hill .,iotintie to make the
environment unlike the one
their parents oiped with when
the, i;cte oting
Bah.ilioianit y oung people are
sai in_ to tht s otiitg nation
"We hivte a cih to do in these
l r.ind.,. in this world, in the
o ni unity. the Chutrch,
let gei t t .-. inan. we are
read to be involved "
f ,l' a.in i.e of the adult
1.ninti t it meet the challenge
''n eited hb' the largest
tithnber oF healthiest and most
"ntelligent t oung people in the
hinri of this onitnonwealth


national sense of belonging and
involvement.
The second fact is that 65
percent of all Bahamians are
under the age of 25. Thus, if
Bahamianization is going to
have meaning then it follows,
like night follows day, that
young people are going to have
to play very important roles in
this young country.
In fact, the inescapable
conclusion is that young
people in this young country
shall be called upon to do jobs
which persons older than they


of The Bahamas?
There. are many things that
we can do to meet this
challenge of our young people.
We can be good Christian
models or examples, citing
facts of our greater experience
and providing a challenge to
the young so that they can feel
their own strength through
experiencing it.
Once they have come to
believe in it, they are able then
to use it constructively.
Setting a good example as
parents, teachers, clergy.
politicians and also as stage and
screen heroes is not an easy
task It requires among many
things honesty and integrity on
our part.
We are all limited by our
own natural defects and
inadequacies, but we should
never be afraid to define and
clarify our characters honesty.


By NOEL ROBERTS M.P. responsibility of running our
------- H~i. or ou > i" peoplcre k \ :[h uon:' skeo-i !-act arnd ti:ures rewarding the responsibility of running our
In .i home we necd C.1 mother: .' Ii,.- mAo'.ke h1, nAitbers of 1 young people in government. They will be the
I i 1 I \\ ARt: Jrd and tai'he hI:II il' i e nation. It is stiigering to architects of our future. It will
.hijt .n i the Bahai ,a th t 1 ; ihhe' ii A .,Aiith o'iO i\; ;hink that the thousai nds of be their plans, ideas and goals
hetonun;g an independent senoul hnd ppcd i.ind It .,.. ne ,. hool children we pass on the that we will have to follow.
+' tiot, :. .w over WVe h ve nedled ll the hi p H can !i I t. t. '::,1. J j .ii., ticts toda % will veri shortly I think they need all the
i pe the tirt sic The m ren l -tiii :: run the si w.c encouragement we. the adults,
or role he mmhcr ti l can give them in these their
S'ol e I t .l l l g ( intt Ipilnhke their parent, they p enit eship years. Let's
HI J'M 11 ta tk r ock-ie have to be groomed to make sure we help them nowh
S: over n\ ew and to become healthy and
A0 I .C:'tJ, t i ke t itro ti nd tom
i ; l i- i l., ;i ,; e ren' t Itt motions in this era responsible citizens.
beauth iu htli ji've ; ptni r !"ld;,- + ,e haflntnge-
I na t iportani to ih'sr i t kn 'd ..t' .:':i tke It is how we guide them now
,n n home. otne wa the C,. e! nt i t nost! :nm1 )rtant t ll Ithat will prove in the future if
t ot tcJ t' hi t ntr .' i :'iA' ,h !he\ will ie cha,1red with the l .> are our assets or liabilities.


AN EVENING in the
Anchorage Hotel's Piano Bar
will provide you with the
miindrelaxing entertainment
ot versatile Vicki McCarthy
As singer and accompanist,
the harmonious blend of
Nicki's voice and piano have
cmplemenmed the romantic
air of the Piano Bar for
over ten months, casting a
spell over her tans, rom 8
p mi until 2 a m six days a
week.
Vicki began entertaining
musically when she was 17
Until she was eight years old.
she was a child actress 'Then
mny father died." said Vicki.
''and my acting career came
o a halt."
Vicki's father was a
well-known film writer and
director in London, where
Vicki grew tip and his death
also cancelled plans tor Vicki
and Hayley Mills to star
together in a movie as sisters.
In 1958. Vicki was in the
cast of a war film called
'Operation Amsterdam' and
after she was no longer able
to act in movies, she excelled
in sports.
"During my high school
days," said Vicki, "I
represented Sussex County in
tennis and javelin throwing,
That's the athletic side of
me." she smiled
After high school and five
G.C.E.'s. Vicki's first job was
in a pub. "The job was a lot
of fun and those were :ny
wild hippie days," she said.


Nassau, Life here is really
beautiful.'
' :" Besides show music,
calypsos and ballads. Vicki
sing many Roberta Flack
favourites
irae At 23, Vicki is talented,
attractive and active she
swins. plays tennis and rides
her bike, "sen often
SVicki added that singing
and playing the piano for her
fans in the co/y atmosphere
of the Anchorage Piano Bar is
/ ,a 'great form of release."


Later, she attended a
drama school where she
studied musical comedy,
dancing and singing. After a
year. Vicki. who can also play
drums and organ, joined a
band and began singing in
London's Crazy Horse
Saloon.
Vicki has worked as a
commercial artist, drawing
cartoons and caricatures. This
is how she earned the pet


name. "Vicki Mouse". which
she enjoys being called.

Vicki. who is now a
Bahamian. came to Nassau in
1970 "I just came on
impluse," she said. "I wanted
to get away from home so I
sold everything and started
travelling. I could have gone
anywhere in the world but I
was searching for sunshine
and now Im alad to be in


Mr Sinclair Outten
;-4 prepares to sign the roll
shortly after being sworn in
as the newly-elected
representative for St.
Barnabas. From left is Mr.
Philip Bethel (Governor's
Harbour) and Mr. Cadwell
Armbrister (Killarney who
served as Mr. Outten's
sponsors. The oath was
administered by chief clerk
Percy Saunders. Looking on
is Speaker Arlington Butler.

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would be called upon to do in
some of the older countries.
Thus we cannot be
short and snappy with our
young people.
Neither can this young
country tolerate anything like
a generation gap. The room
must be there for young
people. It shall not be
sufficient to say that the future
belongs to youth. We must
ensure that the near future
belongs to Bahamian youth.
However, some may raise


Young men and women
want to know where parents,
clergy, teachers and other
leaders stand on social,
academic, religious, political
and moral issues, and they
want to know the truthful
reasons why these stands are
made by the adult community.
Sarcasm and insincerity on
the part of the adults of this
nation make the youth feel
depreciated and unrespected
Young people in this young
nation are speaking to us and
we must try to understand and
respond to the unspoken
demands which stem from
tnem.
These demands are for
firmness, consistency and
respect.
It is true that these demands
are so often covered over by
belligerent requests for
unlimited freedom, by
epe.tatiion that we tolerate
ridiculous extremes in
behaviour, and dress, and by
surly defiance, that we miss the
message that lies beneath.
We must learn to translate
the message of the young,
translate their language, so as
to catch the challenge given...
we must do this now it we are
to understand them.
The true message of the
young people is often the
opposite of what their words
and actions seem immediately
to imply. Give our young
people a chance! Begin by
listening to what they have to
say.
If we do this, we will begin


NOW SHOWING AT 7:00

They call him

the Black Fox


AND AT 8:50



LUUTL*BILLY"
MICHAEL J.POLLARD
No One Under 17 Admitted.


01I' NS: 6:30. Showss start 7 p.m.
CHILDREN tiN)I t 12 '1I ''!
NOW thru TUES *
AT 7.00 p.m.

"THE

UNDEFEATED"
starring
JOHN WAYNE
ROCK HUDSON


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"THE ROBE"
starring
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questions on how this could be
accomplished? For after all, are
not young people too
impatient? Are not young
people too easily misled? Are
people in positions of
responsibility not needy of
experience'?
These are legitimate
questions difficult to
objectively answer. However,
the questions must be
answered by voters as they
are confronted with younger
and younger candidates, by
managers as they ponder the


to see just how wonderfully
exciting and challenging the
young people of this young
nation really are.
The future of these islands
will be in good hands if we
listen to the young people
now.


BN FRANKLY R. WILSON.C.A..M.P.


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Evening 8:30 from 3:00

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need to appoint supervisors
and by the congregations as
they are lectured by youthful
ministers.
The answers shall always be
there, provided the questions
are approached progressively,
and with honesty.
This young country shall be
different soon. Whether that
difference is for the better or
for the worse depends, in large
part, on how these questions
are answered.


fl-Will DInITI
TO ASSIST LOCAL
BUSINESSMAN
Must be able to work 4
evenings per week, four
hours per evening, for
$4.00 per hour. Car
required and good
character references.
Please see Mr. Chris .
Friday evening I.O.D.E.
hall, at 7:30 p.m. sharp.


By the Rev Father DAVID HARTRY, Diocesan Youth Officer of the Anglican Diocese of Nassau and the Bahamas.


L. .. i.
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Versatile Vicki at the piano


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



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BARGAIN SALE STARTS SATURDAY
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that await you in an Elida's polyester sale.
Clearing from Saturday are superior quality
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CORNm R BAY AND CHRISTIE STREET


-foi
-teI n to


44' Red Cross Ball

this Saturday
THE RED CROSS BALL, under the patronap of H.E. the
Governor General and Lady Butler, will be held at La Chandelle
Ballroom of the Halycon Balmoral Hotel this Sa.jrday.
14l- i At this event the first prize ticket in .he Annual Red Crou
Raffle, a Toyota 1000 car, and numerous other prizes, Including
S" several trips to Europe and the United States, will be drawn.
The ball, one of the main fund-rising events of the Red
i Cross, has been organized by a committee of ladies under the
orF chairmanship of Lady Prescott
La Chandelle Ballroom is being decorated by interior designer,
-Mel Doty, for the occasion
Cocktails will be served fm 7 p.m. followed by the grand
dinner dance at 8 45 pim. Also included in the celebrations will
S be the drawing of do/Iens of door prices.
Seickets for the Annual Red Cross Ball and table reservations
are obtainable from the lialycon Beach Hotel at 7-7841, from
any committee member, from the Red ('ross Headquarters or.
from ('nairman Lady Prescott at 77826

SOLOMON BROTHERS LTD.
LADY PRESCOTT, Chairman of the Red Cross Ball LAUNCHES MANAGEMENT
Committee, and general manager Roger N. W. Westoby of
the Halcyon Balmoral Beach Hotel discuss final plans for TRAINING PROGRAMME
the annual Red Cross Ball which will be held in the Halcyon TRAINING PR OGRAMME
Balmoral's La Chandelle Ballroom on Saturday January 26
at 7 p.m.


What's your



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A Royal Bank


Savings Account


can ep you


get it.


V^ f The most important thing 1-J'
about savings is to do it
regularly. When you do,
your money builds up.
Another important thing is
to put your savings to work
for you. Earning interest. In
The Helpful bank. Savings
offer security for rainy
days, future investments,
flexibility.
Savings also offer you something else.
Your chance to buy your heart's desire.
Helpful Bankers in Nassau and the Family
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SOLOMON BROTHI RS
LIMITEID. a major retail and
wholesale Bahamian owned
business, is currently engaged
in an expansion programme
required to train additional
Bahamians to qualify for
management positions.
Advertisements published
recently in both daily
newspapers invited persons
with suitable educational
qualifications to submit details
of their backgrounds in writing
prior to being interviewed
"I am greatly impressed by
the calibre of several of those
who responded to our
advertisement." stated Roy M.
Solomon. managing director
of the company, "and I am
confident that we will be able
to select two or three
Bahamians for on-the-job
training leading to
middle-management posts and,
hopefully, in time. to the top
positions in Solomon
Brothers."
Mr. Solomon added that it
had always been the policy of
the company to develop the
potential of Bahamian
employees but he felt that the
time was appropriate now to
initiate an in-depth,
highly-selective programme
aimed at providing the
company with broadly trained
and skilled management
leadership in the future.
Management trainees chosen
to participate in the
programme will spend a
nu mber of m on tI s
familiarizing them selves
thoroughly with the operation
of every department of the
company,. including The Pipe


of Peace and its branch stores
in Nassau and Freeport and the
firm's extensive wholesale
business here and in Grand
Bahama This intensive local
training will be followed by
at tendance at management
courses abroad.
-"There is no limit to where
the right people can go in
Solomon Brothers," Mr.
Solomon emphasized. "What
we have in mind is the eventual
complete Bahamianization of
the company, and my
fellow-directors and I are,
frankly seeking to find young,
enthusiastic and hard-working
Bahamians who will, in time,
succeed us in the top positions
of management. And we are
prepared to put a substantial
investment of our time and
money into training qualified
persons who display initiative,
loyalty and ability."
Mr. Solomon added that
there is a likelihood that
towards the year-end the
company will be seeking
additional management
trainees
Solomon Brothers, which
was founded in 1908 by the
late Captain Eric Solomon and
Mr. Cyril Solomon, operates
retail outlets through The Pipe
of Peace in Nassau and
Freeport as well as an extensive
wholesale business here and in
Grand Bahama.
The company currently
employs 8 1 persons, 95 per
cent of whom are Bahamians,
and will be engaging in a
programme of internal
expansion and further growth
in the retail area.


Minister visits stations


TRANSPORT MINISTER,
the Hon. George A. Smith,
checks on motor vehicle
registration at new Police
Station on Blue ill Road at
Robinson Road. Permanent
Secretary Hartis Thompson
and two constables are with
him. Registration stations also
are open at the Fox Hill Post
Office and the Road Traffic
Department at Fort Charlotte.
A Ministry spokesman said
the two new stations were
opened Monday to help drivers
avoid hours of waiting in line
during the registration period.
All registrations expire on
March 31.
Under the new registration
system:
All public service vehicles
and all vehicles bearing license
plates beginning with an NP
prefix are to be re-registered at
the Fort Charlotte Road
Traffic office.
All motor cycles and


vehicles whose license plate
numbers are not prefixed by a
letter are to be re-registered at
the Fox Hill Post Office.
All trucks and vehicles
whose license plates bear an N
prefix are to be re-registered at
the Police Station on Blue Hill
Road.
However, as in the past,
driver licenses will be renewed
at the Fort Charlotte office
only.
Office hours will be the
same as that at Fort Charlotte
- 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday
through Friday.

BURNS' NIGHT
THE Caledonian Society will
hold its Burns' Night dinner
and dance 7:30 p.m. Friday at
the Sheraton-British Colonial
Hotel.


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1,'2 CHEVY MALIBU 4
d /c 1 white, aiiconditiorni t)g 11
imo'lt 's old, one owner.
ex, ep!e t t condition. $4.000
Ci! 2-2209 or 58518 a. m to 5


i'7 V W STAT!ONWAGON
1'P -t o e o11v. Low
$2.'00 Phone Mi.
L.'- .2 o86 i. Res. b 205bb.


RE ALITifULLY Va,-Oa-'Irn
h (1e4 .'v et !mpaia,
- 4'tdd .4444., 4 .43 puv-"'
:..'C '4 4 )o-wer b, 4kes. power
4v444 .., 4 4 S t1.4 l'. Ie [Prhorie
' ...4. ", 44 ,4 24,.1-4 b po .
n 24 ", 51928


S'.irio BL If ( 1 LASS
O 0 SMOB I L E Good
LC di'o n, di O'da ,.i Call
.ib4] .'fte' b


1 .038.
BL4 AK CHEVRO E
CAPRICE .n ex( ,ilut
.. L J. K.ni vw.le'. T 'l:


FOR SALE














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,-. !h 3 -


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i.9>, 1200 2e SCal U it). llJ.
$ Fn -- -- -





S', 4 USHIONED LDiv( at
'.sit wo) nic lv 4 ie( ovei 4d
5o.00 le' NeIv" Da).ir
i t t' i ', I Ptt' R ec' ur
im ludi. ehlcti ic massage unit
$110.00.

( 1325-,5
ARRIVAL OF CITY POWER
TO ELEUTHERA PLACES
1 4.5K. wt L'STER
GENERATOR
IN EXCELLENT CONDITION
FOR SALE AT BARGAIN
PRICE 4,400.00
pi' C4 e include.:
el. K i .lowatt Listei
Gt.4:e4 :4at4 bought in March
I,/2 ad us, d less than 6000
i" ]S .t :iully rm maintained
4. d i 'sp. 'ed ov' v week to
e i 1 ., pi i' le c4oiiditi ln.

1.000 Gilltn St' rai1e Fuel
T,.1k i4i uop om flditiomn.

e Puii'ip to cit diesel fi oin
t.-i 9 t( nl to feeciri tank.

Plus ass' t li'nt i t .pale
p.11 'i and fil .' till if4 theii
t !'1 1" m and

4li iS t ii(-- In4i J4enetator and
S 1r d1si, d. port in

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S 20 oi 1 Gouvtsrnoi'
*.. * [ eue thi a


MARINE SUPPLIES

PAi { M'AKER 44fL Liux'imoi
S ,ng Yacht. Phni 3 2371




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p; t r El OATS vd{" t HtV
1 ,o"t.l l$ t I




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t1 101 Nova Scotia. boa'.,
i oniplo ie w ith 4 0otor steer ,:it
wheel and trailer Tlelephonre:
41613 after" 6 p.m


( 1894
1969 3it' L ,.:3 1CRAFT
Co'mmandei Sleeps six, pi ivat.
show4, two 230 h p eng4j4,r-
with le-s than 200 hou:s,
kit .heinetto. good condition
C,1l 24267, 54011!.


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


ANNOUNCEMENTS


C13326
MORE'S LUNCH COUNTER
formerlyy the Snack Spot
on Rosetta Street)
is now OPEN
We.ve made it bigger to serve
you better.
We serve native dishes.
Telephone 23819.

APPRECIATION

C13311

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MR. & MRS. Eugene Davis
who were married at St.
Barnabas Church 27th October
1973 wish to thank their many
relatives and friends for thec
lovely gifts given them on the
occasion of their wedding.


IN MEMORIAL


C13328


.'-; .. ,'. .
W.







IN solemn memory of my deal
"ori Eri Henry Ingriaham who
died Jan. 24th 1973,

The Shepherd '. hii, s' his sheep,
The Father sought his child,
They followed me o'er vale and

O'er deserts waste and wild.
They found me, nigh to death,
Famished and faint and lone,
They bound me with the bands
of love
They saved the wandering one.
Left to mourn mother Marv.
'our daughters Maria, Sabrina,
Ericka, Hope and mother
Maxine. Also five brothers and
four sisters


PUBLIC AUCTION

C13234
HARRY D. MAL.ONE will sell
at his premises on Albury Lane
five doors from Shirley Street
on the right hand side in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence on Friday
the fist day of February, A.D.,
1974 at 12.00 o'clock noon
the following property:

ALL that Condominium
Unit namely Unit Number
Ten (10) Building "B" being
a part of Waterfront
T o w n iho u s e s 1
Condominium situate at
Great Harbour Cay in the
Berry Islands which said
Condominium Unit is that
described in an Indenture of
Conveyance dated the
Thirtieth day of August.
A.D. 19/1 and made
between Residential Resort
Developments Limited of
the one part and Avia
Marine limited of the other
part and now of record inr
the Registiry of Records 4in
the City of Nassau in
Volume 1841 at pages 40 to
55 aind entitles the Purchaser
to l uiindivded shaie in the
(C. o i i rn o I pr o pe ty y
a p p i r t e cn a nd t t o
Condominium Unit Numrber
Ten (10) subject to certain
teims co(tnditions restrictive
covenants arid stipulations
mer2tioned anrd referred to iin
the 'said Indenture of
C4- n.ve vanite dated the
1Thirtieth day of August,
A D.- 1971 and the
declaiition 4 t Conrldormi tunim
d'iled the Sixteenth day of
Fir huaiv. A D. 1971 and
recorded i, the said Registry
of Heoi4d, 1in V.olrume 1714
a. pages 1i 1 .30 iimilusive.

The propeityv is being sold
unIder the power of sale
co0ltaied in an Indenture of
Mortgage dated the Thirty-first
day of August. A.D. 1971
between Avia Marine Limlteu
and Residential Resort
Developments, Limited and
recorded in the said Registry of
Records in Volume 1859 at
pages 312 to 330 which said
Moi tgage was by divers mesne
assurances assigned to W. T.
Gunning. The sale is subject to
a reserve pr ice and the right for
the Auctioneer or any person
on his behalf to bid up to that
priice Ter ms 10% of the
ru(thase prce at the time of
sal" and balance on
comrnpletion.
Dated this Fourth day of
December A.D., 1973.
HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer


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BUSINESS
OPPOaTUNITIES
C13304
ESTA B L I S H ED
RESTAURANT Type
Business, for sale located busy
inter section, excellent
potential. Price Negotiable,
Phone 3-1165.



C13309
WILL anyone knowing tho
present address of LOUISE
MARIE FRANCOIN
GUSTAVE JOHNSON
commonly known as LOUISE
FRANCOIN GUSTAVE who
formerly resided in Hay Street,
Nassau. Contact MISS
JEANNE THOMPSON AT P.
n Box N-1372 OP PHONE
i751I

PETS FOR SALE
C13324
K-9 Dogs, Trained Guard Dogs
for Business Protection
K-9 Police Dogs for individual
P4 otection. Satisfaction
G uar anteed. Franch ise
information avai'able. Call
(oi 3)822-6678.


C13278
PUREBRED German Sheiphoid
puppies, wormed, $100.00
Phone 52509 after 5. pi.m

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 find a Nursery School
come to the A.B.C Nursery
School on Rosetta Street (age
2 to 5 years) Tel. 5-8096.


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
MVovies
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 I


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.

C13286
IBM DATA CENTRE
SERVICES
Has immediate position
available in Nassau.
PROG RAMMER/ANALYST
Successful jlfpi. ji1., will be
thoroughly familiar with
systems and programming
design and inrplementation of
varied co .. i i oriented

F P I r'1 NCr.E
Position r equlLres a minimum of
five (5) yeais experience in
systems design and
programming. Applicant must
have experience inii COBOL,
BAL and RPG.
IBM OFFERS: Hospitalization
anid insuian(e piogianimes,
paid vacation, attractive
starting .alary ind excellent
advancement oppoi tunities.
lniter ested applicants should
call Mr. McFadden at 32351
for poW soritl irlterview.

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

C13302
CLE.RK TYPIST, male, for Out
Islands. Will type iout4in4
reports and inventory, 'all
2-1323 for appointment.

C1330/
WANTED Car pe nt c
Apprentice, telephone 3 4619
7-8 a.m. & b-/ p.m.


Cody's Records


2-8500


OPTICIANS
Optical Service Ltd. 2-3910/1

PRINTING
Wong's Printing 5-4506

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

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

SPORTS GOODS
Champion Sport Land 2-1862

TRAVEL


Playtours


2-2931/7


R.H. Curry & Co., 2-8681,'7

TRUCKING SERVICE
Gonzalez Tracking
3-1562/2-4726

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


HELP WANTED


C13316
MATURE experienced lady for
small downtown office. Typing
and simple accounts.
Telephone 2-4777 for
appointment.

C13313
WANTED: 4 tailors. Contact
Mr. Thompson at 007
Restaurant, Kemp Road.

C13327
EXPERIENCED Bahamian
woman with references to
operate bar./club in Harbour
Island. Contact William T,
Mather, P. 0. Box 81, Harbour
Island. Bahamas.

C6639
JOB TITLE: THREE
WELDERS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES RESPONSIBILI-
TIES: Must be a certified
welder capable of perfoirmino
horizontal, vertical and
overhead welding, brazing and
cutting of any material using
gas and electric welding
equipment. Applicants must
also be ( apable of
disassembling cement plant
niachinery for welding repairs
and reassemnbling after repairs.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Pe rsonnel
Department. Bahama Cement
Company, P.O.Box F 100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


TRADE SERVICES
C t3272
Are you tired of getting a
"half-way" cleaning job on
your cat ?
Try:
Ralphie's Cat Wash & Wax
Service
pick up and delivery
Telephone 58096 or 28079.


FOR SALE 1
C6628
35' Sailboat, $5,000. Phone
Freeport 352-2265

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. 33 164.


HELPWANTED
C6630
OCEANIC DEL SUD, P.O. Box
F-2560, FREEPORT. GRAND
BAHAMA has temporary lob
opportu n i ties for
approximately one to six
months available for
Eahamian. ,in their offshore
marine pipeline and
construction operations for the
following positi ms:
BARGE FOREMAN Must
have minimum 10 years
experience in supervision of up
to 100 employees. Must have
knowledge and understanding
of all technical aspects in
offshore and marine pipeline
construction and will be
responsible for operation and
production of barge.
DRILLER/SPECIALIST -
Minimum of 5 years experience
in the operation and service of
LLDH Hughes Drilling Rig
Reverse circulation and direct
circulation experience
required.
WAREHOUSE SUPERVISOR
RBsponsible for logistics,
records and security of
warehouse inventory of
materials and supplies for
offshore marine construction.
Must have five to eight years
experience including
international material
expediting.

Qualified applicants should
reply to: Oceanic Del Sud. P.
O. Box F-2560, Freeport,
Grand Bahama.


,..623
BUYER/MANAGER: Must be
able to do purchasing for the
stores and also be able to
manage same. Must be
prepared to do extensive
travelling. 5-7 years experience
in Buying and Managing.
Should have knowledge of the
type clothing to buy Must also
be familiar with European
goods. Police Certificate,
he ;Ith certificate and letters of
reference required.
Interested persons apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL.
WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA, Personnel Office
between the hours of 9.00 a.m.
and 3.00 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Elon Martin
Jr., Personnel Director.


HELP WANTED
C6604
TRAI NEES RFOUIR 0 R
The Bahamnas Oil I4 .,,,. ;
Company 1i' seeking ai p!, l :'
for its operate. t1 3i ,
programme i.;I : 1' PP '1'_
DEPARTMENT.
Successful app4icai t ., 'iil
trained in, all aji-'as ei4ated t
the safe and officiri1 ''pr,- atl'
of the Jetty Pla'."";
work involves "ha- I. : ,
type's of fo' cig:! .1 :
vessels, meetirq ,4 'd .'; ;-
with people n .
nation na ,tle.< h.i'Id! :1 ., '
and exports, o .' i id.
refined product ts ' '' '
docuimrenitat,,io .
Appl i cants .. t i .-
ionlp!t-Cpdi'
po sse ,- in imi n

4ipliD I a P t i, 4 i w : ,
of 22, j' d ..i. 4
Stf't ting salry
w ilh atrl, .. r;-
positon fl. ', i I *i ''
arid revwarding i droii:'i th
rird-istr' Os i f444 "d p.4 --
'eq-4 l inn num t i'''it .ii..*i
shoilld either wrov e t-it ,w i
at the CO U P,',., ,! .
Office. M Iond,iv i tr' i I 4 i :
between vAr. a';d '.? n .,'.
Tel- 352 98 i. 2 ,. .
BnV r 2435

OC0(i N't D)LL SU)i P I
1lo f -2560 F R[ F .-:
GRAND BAHAMI ";
temporary j(bh i44n1p r t 4, i, '
for app!(o' u ifatlely nQi "
m o nths av i d J )i t ) :f
Bahaniars iri the i'i i
1 a r i e p i p iei '
construction opecrati.,n h t
followiri in pos%,ons:
I NTERPRETER/RECEPTION-
IST Must speak iana w' r1t0
both Gi"r man and Ld '', .
acciiratei typ)ist ieri I 4p
general cleri1 a1 dutilte posse'
good telephone persoidal'ty .Iii
act as ret optioirni't fi :.,
office.
ACCOUNTANT Mtst h.tv
to 5 years expei nelti i .'i ll
aspects of cash i ia u ti'ren',trt,
maintain accounts i)ayai)le u'n'
receivable, piiep n firia4jt, ii
statements and paviull. Mu,-'
have college tdegiree" i
Accounting.
Qualified applicants ihoui'
reply to. Oceanic Del SLd, PI
0. Box F 2560, 1 erpoIt,
Grand Bahamad.
C6636
RESIDENT MANAGE R: T
take complete haige of
commercial bakery operation,
Must be fully qualified and
have necessary ba' kgi(oud ilnd
experience.
SALES & MARKETING
DIRECTOR: for Food
Manufacturing and Distlibutifgl
Plant. Must have at least thri e
years experience at Manageriil
level.
Apply i own handwriting to
Grand Bahama Bakery. Ltd., P
0 Box F-797, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


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GRAND BAHAMA




CLASSIFIED


WRECKER SERVICE
Gibson Wrecker
Service 2-8896


FOR TNE ACTION V0I WANT




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C13144
BAHAMAS ANTENNA
SYSTEMS
Phone 23371 517/2
T.V. Installations station at4i
$145.00.

C13062
T.V. ANTENNAS'(
Boosteirs foi hii' .
apai tmeits and hotels
SALES AND SFRVI(CEb
WORLD OF MtUSIt
Mackey Street next to Fr.a 'k'
Place

C13045

pinder CuLutoms

1 rokerage Ltd.
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.

C13297
FOR ALL you, OG i'dn:
needs, tIi i4m int-l4 ih' ..I
pruning, beach i (lI ha !', 4oi .
pi om pt reasoPridtnabl' a.ld
efficient se vice (ail 5-7/ 10.


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Thursday, January 24, 1974


Zhi (ribunE


GRAND B






HELP WANTED
C6639
JOB TITLE: THREE
WELDERS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Must be a certified
welder capable of performing
horizontal, vertical and
overhead welding, brazing and
cutting of any material using
gas and electric welding
equipment. Applicants must
also be capable of
disassembling cement plant
machinery for welding repairs
and reassembling after repairs
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P.O.Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C6638
CAMBRIDGE INVESTMENT
LTD. requires a male employee
with at least 5 years of
machinery operation
experience, maintenance and I
janitorial work. Apply in
person: Burger King, Freeport.

C6635
VACANCY for a qualified
General Motors AUTOMO
TIVE ELECTRICIAN. Must i
hold certificate of qualification
for diagnosing and repairing
automotive electrical systems.
Be familiar with schematic
diagrams on all General Motors I
products and test equipment
including safety equipment as
per U.S. Law. Apply to:
General Manager, Five Wheels
of Grand Bahama Ltd ,
Freeport. Telephone Number
352-7001.


C6633
Two (2) Real Estate
SALESMEN wanted. Must
have at least three to five yeais
experience in realty business.
Must be top closer and have
substantial knowledge of all
sales techniques particularly
the Hospitality suite type of
close. Apply to:
Intercontinental Realty
Limited, P. 0. Box F-260,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
Telephone: 373-3020.


IF YA WANTME TO GO
JUST SAry so."


AHAMA CARROLL RIGHTER'S
HAMA OROSCOE

F D from the Carroll Righter Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day to extend
your activities beyond their present boundaries.
Get together with persons to whom you are drawn in
friendship and unite your efforts in making plans for the
future. Be as outgoing as possible.


C6632
SHEET METAL MECHANIC
for Sheet Metal Specialty
Work. Heliarc and electrical
welding essential. Must be able
to read blueprints and
manufacture from same. All
hand tools are required, Must
have at least 5 years
experience. Apply in writing
only stating experience and
references: Buerger Roofing &
Sheet Metal Ltd., P. 0. Box
F-135, Freeport, G.B.

C6631
LAND SURVEYOR with at
least 5 years experience. Must
be qualified to practise land
surveying within the British
Commonwealth. Duties include
the execution of Cadastral
Surveys, Engineering Surveys,
Topographic Surveys, some
Hydrographic Surveys, etc.
Apply: R. Warren & Associates
Ltd.. P. 0. Box F-836,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C6640
STEVEDORE Must be
physically able to do heavy
work and know rigging, hatch
operation and cargo handling
Must accept other duties
assigned.
M A I NTE N A N CE
T E C H N I C I A N
INSTKuMENT) Must have
sound knowledge of Power
Plant I instrumentation
Maintenance work both
pneumatic and electric systems
and components and electronic
equipment based on at least
three years experience in a
qualified position. Must be able
to work without direct
supervision on all phases of the
instrumentation, train his own
helper, read diagrams and keep
the equipment in working
order. He will report to the
Instrumentation Supervisor.
Apply to: Personnel
Department, Grand Bahama
Port Authority Limited, P. 0.
Box F-2666 or 30C Kipling
Building, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C6637
BODY AND PAINT MAN,
own tools. 5 years experience.
Kent Motors, Box F-384,
Freeprrt 352-7231.


'"ENNIS...MYV 0Y...HOW
SHAL I PUT THIS... ?


ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr 19) Make new acquaintances who
Scan be helpful to you in the future Apply yourself with
confidence and gain the aims you have in mind.

TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) Strive for your personal aims
and get the support of higher-ups Express your fine talents.
Show more affection for mate tonight

GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Planning a trip that is
important to your well-being is wise You can now advance
along lines that are different from the usual

MOON CHILDREN (June 2 to Juiy 21) If you
Compliment the one you love, you find you can come to a far
Better understanding Improve your relations with associates.

LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) Work on the policy level with
associates and get right results for the days ahead Good day
for work with the public in general

VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) If you listen more closely to
what your partners have to say, you can reach a mutual
understanding Take health treatments
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct 21 Plan the recreations you enjoy
with congenials during spare time Bring your talent to
higher-ups and gain the support you need.

SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov.21) Find the right method
through which to have greater rapport at home Show wisdom
in any sales or purchases you make today.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec 21) You can communicate
with any associates you want to be part of your life in the
future. Avoid one who opposes you

CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan 20) Use good judgment in
modernizing your property Consult with experts if you have
monetary problems Relax at home tonight,

AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb 19) Engage in activities that
motivate you to do your best A social affair you planned can
be a great success Help one in need

PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar 20) Follow your intuition as well
as the advice of experts if you are to improve your present
I position in life. Show devotion to mate.

IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY . he or she will be
one of those talented young people who requires good
academic training and fine religious training in order to make
the most of the gifts that are plentiful here There can be real
fame and wealth in this chart. Your progeny can make a great
contribution in the field of social service

Winning Bridge


By VICTOR MOLLO
QUIZ.
Dealer: West. Both Vul.
North
4 5 4 3
8 7 3
75 3
4 AK 10 3
South
K QJ
SK Q 10 9 6 5
SKQJ
2
West North East South
1& Pass Pass Dble.
Pass 1N.T. Pass 4'1
West leads the 0 10, on which
East plays the 09. How should
declare play ?
ANALY SI': It Is obvious that
East has the QA and is playing
West for a doubleton. With
three other losers---a tr-urmp, a
diamond and a spade South



CROSSWORD

PUZZLE
ACROSS 22. Convict
1. Secret store 24. Strife
6. Old Syria 26. Hayloft
10 Minnesotan 28. Wealthy man
11. Log-rolling 32. Soda fountain
contest 35. French
13. Two edged shooting match&
sword 37 Champion
14. City in 38. Parrot
Oklahoma 41. Turn left
15. Shoshonean 42. Rosalic acid S
16 Sorry 43 Ostentatious
18. Accompish- 45 Hunter's
ment shelter
20. Dowry 46. Splinter
21. Indeed 47 Norse poem

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26 27 28
32 34 35 6
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must prevent the threatened
diamond ruff. He cannot avoid
lasting the lead, but he may be
able to cut communications
between East and West.
After winning the 4-rst
diamond, he leads out dummy s
SAK 10, and-so long as East
follows-he discards his 0 K Q
He loses a club Instead of a
diamond, but thereby averts the
ruff.
West East
SA 10 9 8 4 76 2
A J 4 2
0 102 0A 9 8 6 4
SQJ 9 8 7 6 5 4
South relies on losing only
one trump. If West has 'AJx,
there is no hope. If East has
KJx. all is well, and he can
hardly have VJxx, for with the
bare k;A, West would not be
liking for a ruff.














SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
48 Classified 2. Plea
DOWN 3. Greek letter
4. Uriah
1. Short jacket 5. Misjudged
7 P" 6. Skilled
S laborer
12 7. Put to flight
DO 3 e8. Back street
9. Intermediate
10. Brusque
12.Fodder
1- 17. Right away
19. Sawyer
23. Memos
25. Hurray
295 2 I 27. Humorist
S, 29. Perform
37 30. Harangued
31. Heavy anchor
z41 32. Plant disease
-- -- 33. Quadrille
figure
34. Bitter
36. Perch
-- 39. Friendly
40. Paris airport
t,,. I.2A 44. Pinch


Rupert and Raggety Again-30


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By DAL CURTIS |


IM JUSTNOT SOMETHING IS EVERYONEHAS FOR A YOUNG, ATTRACTIVE WOVMAH
HUNGRY/ BOTHERING PROBLEMS/ ISN'T LIKE YOU, THAT'S NOT WHAT LIFE
YOU'RE NOT YOU, ISN'T IT? THAT WHAT LIFE'S SHOULD BE
EATING, KAREN /ALL ABOUT ALL ABOUT/ I'D BETTER GET
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APARTMENT 3-G By Alex Kotzky


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" Ooo, Raggety's escaped I" Rupert is the
first to notice that the cage is empty. and by
this time the little troll is well away, bounding
and skipplg across the fields as he makes
for the soe"y of the wood*. "Well, that's
etted it," taughs Rollo, "'He will be much


happier in his own home." Soon the two
chums leave the fairground. My job isn't
finished yet," says Rupert. I must take this
straw hat back to Odmedod." "Then I'll come
with you," says Rollo. I'd like to see how he
looks in his new outfit." ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


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what makes Aquina(s i '.11
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respected in the league"'
"Well. I think it's balanced
and disciplined real TI he gu\ s
have a icerllan thing to do aild
as lone as the> do it. thenh liie
are going it do o wll." as'sesed
coach (;erri Hlarpet
living iup t their name
dT namite '. skipper (lChfforid
Rahiing netted I teJtir 1 high oIt
24 points while e ior.iad l)ann.i
I gecombe added ( nd
capturc'd 1 1 reboutc ndl s ldin
thCe uindelcated Aces t
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\dcercli and a first place tie in
lh Ne mllo e ho \ s division
Ir terls, Itcr depth, tie \fc i.s
thl.s \icit ar' ieone oi the bccst
tiCms ic it hi hasv\e bten I it
\clctinis noted ccrch Htarpcer
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snootirig po\c'r ol some oit ihec
I' Ui leci! nd 1 I tchad bti
ii teiis of depth I would sai\
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tro iblce n'' .'- 1 lli bi oth. eCJIti'
ailed it i, p!ii) inrg1 thle rttniniiit
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diown iM d I,,., 1k lie shots thl t
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c' 'nicd quarter Princec
Ilti-urn who came on late in
thli tirt quarter for Rahmirin
i'l ticned and also added eight
it his 17 in that quli Irltr the
n.' I of which slit a the Aces
Iiadniy 50-4'-5.
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1 t; !rom giving in the double
ii'iiie sc' onng b\ Roker and
Iho mrpson continually gave the
\ 'c so tIllhinl g to tight to
()tis, ring their opponents
I' during the first three
cnili ',,es oft tlhe third qutLarterC
\ li i i s j o ipe l dil their
ic1irei,1nd bi I Is points at the
-.,i ot Rahming picking utip his
!oiul thoul and Davis his third
I Ils sccued cto bother the
\,cs little though. I ntenrng the
intl minute and a half, the.
iild A\dderle HIligh to two
pints, scored nine straight and
iinct,,ised their lead S.- 2.
entr\ (Charlton. Keith
Butler and (;eurge I dgecomr b
took tiup their regular positions
'n the tinal quarter guiding the
\ci's home to their titth
c ionsecuLiiVe 1 ictorr.,
\lan> fans on the high
school scene have already
picked the Aces for undefeated
claImpions, but coach Harper is
a hit undecided
"I1 never ,sa\ that a Ileamn i
going undefeated, especially
wchel we aire onl plah\ ing each
team once. he said Iihe Aces
still lia\e R M Baile\ and the
undefealcited ( (" Sweeting
Iigh to pla.
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strong aldi i. e cn1k get otle
chancire atl theln Harper
pointed out. "it they do well
on one djy and 'e dio poorly
onite day then we are in plent'
t rou ble.
""o t ire,' tit undefeated
season is llic.' but it is not
necessarily\ t ihe most important
thing"
R M Bjile\' Iigli not only
ble w a itl pollt tIcad going
into the final quarter, bhut with
three seconlts remaining and
they belhirInd by onr point
teanit captain Jaines ( 'larke
tinssed ttwo lree thivs giving
('. (' Scseettin Iligi .r 54-53
edge and their lillh i torI\ in
an unbeaten sCliciiil
"I think e ari.' read\ tlor the
big one." ',onimiented coach
Tom t,rant referring to their
match with tlhe undefeated
Aquinas C('ollee A:ces Monday
at the C(' 1 (bson i(;\ m "' C(
Sweeting thrie under pressure
L'inable cto st'p Baidi'\ i ighI
with their 212 /one defence.
Sweeting Htigh applied the mian
to man full court press which


MIAMIAN Ike Hooks
(pictured) will be coming in
with revenge in his eyes
tomorrow when he takes on
Bahamas middleweight Kid
Barr in an eight round main
event at the Birdland Arena.
Barr in his Miami Beach
debut stopped Ike's brother
Joe in four rounds. Ike made
an open challenge.


proved successful as tlhc took
the le.d with tout minutes lelt
But then. Tyrone Hamilton
started burning threatening
Sweeting High's undefeated
reign A hbo-in-one w as then
applied to Hamilton and
Sweeting Iigh edged ahead bI>
Hlamilton and Clarke toppled
Bailei High with 20 points
Brian Cartwright who, ca.iie
to Sweeting High's rescue in
the third quarter scored a ganii'
high of 22 Kevin "('hick"
Rolle added 14
In other Iligh School
basketball yesterday. defending
champs St. Au gustine's ( college
wcon their second in tise pilay c'd
defeating Queen's College St
John's College held on tor
second place in the league with
a victor) over government t
tIigh
PRESS GAME
KIRK SMITH. LionelT
Dorset t Charles Carter and
company swill have yet another
chance to lose at basketball
when, at the A. F. Adderley
Gymrn on Friday they play the
combined Nassau Guardian and
Nassau Tribune in the B.A B.A
Radio Press classic. Last sear,
for the first time. the radio
cwlkedt off as winners.


No Elisha


and Joe


Lionel Evans who captured
15 rebounds teaming up with
Barney and Bertie Johnson
proved tough opposition to
contend with on the boards.
St rac han s ended
out-rebounding the Pros 5146.
Led b (Golson Bain and
(;ary Srmonette the Pros
midway in the first half
steadily gathered momentum
and trailed by only six points.
However, with Prince
C'Ilepbun and Bernard Davis
taking charge in back court
play Strachan's easily opened a
24-14 lead at 6 37.
It was when Barney took a
breather on the bench that the
Pros again came into the attack
'and four quick points from
Bain brought them five behind
where they ended 28-25 by
half time.
turnovers played havoc with
Strachan's Auto at the
beginning of the second half
Taking advantage of this, the
Pros momentarily, took the
lead by one.
hlie determined Mechanics
recovered beautifully and
behind the rebounding of
Barney and Ivans moved ahead
35-2(0 and there they stayed
for the remainder of the game.
With David Patton and
HIepburn once more controlling
the ball in the back court
Strachan's moved ahead by ten
when forward Bertie Johnson
\ as fouled out. Anthony
('larke took his position and,
although he is not a starter
held on strongly to help offset
a late rally by the Pros.
Although they are slight
favourites for the Paradise
League pennant, "we still have
five games left to play and they
are going to be tough." said
Barney. "Anyway, it's good to
have thv Pros and the Colonels
out of the way."


Classic Pros' Golson Bain.
STRACH AN'S AUTO
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Clarkke 0 2 2 0
D)nvis 0 I 3 0
i ;va s 4 IS 4 8
Johnsoii i S IS S 1 1
Barney 10o I 3 23
I'ittonl 2 0 0 4
Hephurn 5 2 4 12
CLASSIC PROS
P. Ingruham I 7 1 3
Bain 10 10 1 24
Rodgers I 0 4 2
Johnsoul 3 4 4 6
Long 1 1 2
Loiingle I I I 2
A. Ingraham 2 8 4 4
Svmonette 5 16 2 12
Frankie Brice scored a game
high of 24 points while John
Johnson added 16 and
captured 18 rebounds leading
Rodgers Sport Shop to an
84-40 victory over Heastie's
Supersonics.
George Farrington in
Rodgers' eighth victory in 15
played scored 14, captured 16
rebounds and gave nine assists.
Leo Johnson added 14.
Ellis Young topped the
Supersonics with 16 points and
24 rebounds.


BOXING BIRDLAND

Mt.Royal & Carew St.
Friday. 25th January

Doors Open 7:45p.m.


MOHAMMED ALI vs JOE FRAZIER
NOT EXACTLY SO...
WE HAVE OUR OWN GREAT
6RUDGEBOUT

Sensational KID BARR
"I'll handle him the same way I did
Joe Hooks, K.O. before the 5th Round!"

IKE HOOKS Hottest Prospect
on the Beech 26 wins out of 30 bouts


Ike promises to avenge the knockout Barr scored on Miami Beach over his brother
Joe Hooks.

PLUS OTHER GREAT BOUTS


Slugging- AL MOSS


-vs- Tough- MOHAMMED ROLLE


ANGELO ALl -vs- ROSCOE BELL


Children under 12 $3


General Admission $5.00


Ringside $7.00


FIRST HALF OF SHOW-
4 GREAT AMATEUR BOUTS

COME EARLY-
DON'T MISS THE ACTION



BECK'S the BIG one will

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-and Pros


go down
by GLADSTONE THURSTON
PLAYER/COACH :erome Barney scored 17 of his 23 in the
second half paving the way for Strachan's Auto Afrikans 58-53
victory over the Classic Pros and sole possession of first place in
the Paradise League.
"We knew we had to win and the guys went out and they did a
job tonight." commented Barney following their third victory
over the Pros dropping them in third place. "The lead went down
by three and we were not going to take no far an answer."
Playing without their six-foot-five forward Elisha McSweeney,
the pros were unable to hold their own against the strong
Mechanics and six minutes in the game found them trailing 12-4.


WHAT YOU CAN DO
* Help bui!d a stonrgcr Baha'nri i y heip. 1j young pL op' ptpdI'
(-al ist cally /f- thou r future
* S 't a q ,o d >'xai1ple y0ro1rself iils a ptaroit, t-aclhr i f i hI .'.t.
* Show k.'nJ ess and underdsta'idinr1i t, *' u',ti'r sties mrentat1 v
* Learn i morI about prevenitinrq alcohut0 r (idrug abt)usi'.
* Join and become an active mre nber of The Bahamas Montal H...i,
Association
The Association aims, by means of regular open discussions and active
participation and help in community affairs, to improve mental health
and so the whole quality of life in the Bahamas.

To become a member of the Mental Health Assoc nation, please fi!l-11 I
and send to: P. 0. Box N-7531, Nassau.
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