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Registered SIR I IFNNE s for postage concessions within the B.ahamas) Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper

rA Saturday, January 26,1974


1 ILl IN NDIPUCH'


Mackey slams 'Johnnie- come -lateles'


ST. MICHAEL'S M. P., George Mackey, last night openly
drew attention to dissatisfaction within the PLP ranks over
the advancing of relatively new party members to top posts,
by-passing long-time party stalwarts.
And Coconut Grove M.P., Edmund Moxey, called for
more attention to be paid to helping the party's grass roots
supporters.
Both were speakers at a session ol the first Annual
Conference of the Coconut Grove Constituency.
Mr. Mackey charged that the heavily populated, heavily
PLP southern areas of the island "have been used far too
long as a stepping stone by some men to get on the seat of
power.
IHe, too, called for more action on behalf of lower-level
PLP supporters, rather than to the benefit of the
"johnnie-come-latelies."
lie declared that "we are tired of hearing the smooth talk


and fancy speeches. We want to see action,
Mr. Moxey pointed out that of the party's 29 House
members, he is the only one who was part of the original
group who first spoke about forming the party at the home
of H.M. Taylor in 1952.
He said the only means of uplifting the country was on
the basis of the party's original philosophy of nationalism.
lie said the Bahamas was in "a jam" because that
philosophy could not be implemented in a nation still
functioning on a colonialist system.
The conference was opened on Thursday by former
Cabinet Minister Carlton E. Francis, M.P. for South Beach.
The conference, with "self-reliance and self-determination"
as its theme, was to continue until tonight, ending with a
music concert.
"Far too many who have done nothing to bring the PLI
to power seem today to be the only ones benefitting."


Howard Hughes


is to


fight


extradition


By NICK KELLY
MILLIONAIRE RECI USE HOWARD HUGHES is
seeking a Bahamas Supreme Court injunction to forestall
possible arrest stemming from extradition proceedings
which may be initiatedd against him by the United States
government.
Mr. Hughes, who has been living at Freeport's Xanadu
S Princess I-o,':! *:!'t' DeceiuiL. maud i,.-,lrur, to til
court Thursday January 24 through his attorney Kendal
Nottage, claiming that any action by the Bahamas
government prior io a court ruling in Nevada would be an
infringement of his constitutional tights and freedoms.
Mr. Justice Maxwell Thompson will hear the application
tuesday, January 29 at 9 a.m. in Nassau
In his affidavit Mr. Nottage states that on December 27
an indictment was filed against Mr Hughes in the UL.S.
District Court of Nevada alleging that his client violated
sections 2, 3, 4, 371 and 1343 of Title 18 of the United
States Code and Sections 781 (I) (t2): 78j (h) and 78ff of
Title 15 of the United States Code
(Mr Hughes, together with four others, is charged with


stock manipulation stemming from his purchase of Airwest
Airlines A federal judge has postponed action on a
requested bench warrant for Hughes' arrest until next
Wednesday y)
Mr Nottage said he has been informed that a motion to
dismiss the indictment has been filed by attorney for Mr.
Hughes on grounds that the indictment and each of the
counts thereof, do not state facts sufficient to constitute
any oftence or crime against the United States.
U.S. ATTORNEY
lie had been reliably informed, he said, that the U.S.
government had retained Bahamian counsel for the purpose
of making representations on its behalf in the anticipated
extradition proceedings
It was his belief, Mr Nottage added, that any action by
the Bahamas government in pursuance of any U.S. request
for surrender of Mr. Hughes before a ruling of the Nevada
court would be a "'violation of the basic and fundamental
constitutional rights of the personal liberty of the
applicant as contained in Article 15 of the Bahamas
(Constitution.
In the originating suininions issued by Mr. Justice


Preston Albury joins GAC


MR. PRESTON 11. Albury
(pictured) has been named
President and Chief Operating
Officer of t(.A. C Ileuthera
Ltd developers of Cape
Eleuthera, G.A.C'.'s 30 million
dollar residential/resort in the
Baihamnas.
I'he announcement was
made lb. S Hayward Wills.
chairman of the board and
president of (. A.('.
Corporation, parent company
ot (; A.C I'.leiuthera The
appointmelint is effective
February Ist, IQ74.


BAHAMASAIR FLIGHT

CHANGES FROM FEB.1


schedules, theie is no flight
fromin ireeport betw een 8 30
a.m. and 1.30 p.m
Bahamasair's second flight
from Nassau to Miami will
depart at 1 1.30 a.m. instead of
10.40 as at present I light 42
will continue to pre-clear here
as at present. H lie l ltuil light
43, Miami Nassau will have a
new scheduled departure time
of 2 p mi. I DT ( 1 p Ii. local)
which is an houtir and a half
later than at present. This
change will give Miami
boarding passengers a wider
margin for connections and
avoid conflict with another
carrier. It also fills a need for
service at this particular hour.


BAllAMASAIR has
announced schedule changes
effective next Friday, February
1, resulting from the one hour
difference ill time zones
between the Bahamas and
Miami. Florida. Travellers to
and from Freeport especially
should find the new schedules
more convenient
Flight 41 departing Miamni
daily at 10.15 a.mi. tFIDT (9.15
a.m. local ) will touch down
first in Freeport with
scheduled arrival time of '.50
a.m. local time. International
passengers destined for Nassau
may continue cn the same
plane to arrive here at 11 a.m.
This will also provide Freeport
with a mid-mnorning flight to
Nassau, leaving Freeport at
10.30 a.nI. Under current


F oiciiips
DO'S & DON'T FOR
YOUR PROJECTOR
DO keep the lens and film gate
clean in movie projectors, (dirt
and grit can cause scratches).
DON'T use a movie reel that is
bent, nicked or burred. Buy a
"'new one and save your film.


Mr Albury. who is a
Member of Parliament for
South IFleuthera, previously
was chairman of Bahamas
electricityy corporationn .
Mr Wills, in making the
announcement, said: "We are
quite pleased that a mani ot Mr.
Albury's stature and proven
ability has agreed to assume
control of our Bahamas
developinenit operations."
"('ape Ileuthera is certainly
one of tlie Bahamas' finest
developments,'" Mr. Albury
said. "and I aml looking
forward to bringing it to its
nmaximumil potential as the
finest residential/resort in the
Western Hemisphere.'
The ('ape Eleuthera resort.
located in the southern portion
of Ileuthera, near the
settlement of Rock Sound.
features a championship
18-hole golf course designed by
Bruce Devlin and Bob von
Ilagge, one of the Bahamas'
largest full services marinas, a
country club with 78 villas,
lighted lennis courts, and some
of the finest fishing grounds to
be found in the Bahamas are
located just 1.000 yards
offshore.
In addition to the resort
complex. Cape leuthera offers
town houses, single family
villas, and vacation hideaways
to customers from the North
American Continent and
Lurope.


Hughes' aide did meet Nixon


WASHINGTON (AP) The
White House acknowledged
Friday that President Nixon
held an unannounced meeting
at Camp David, MD.. last year
with a member of the Howard
Hughes organization but said
campaign contributions were
not discussed.
Deputy press secretary
Gerald L. Warren said Nixon
"met briefly maybe five or


10 minutes at Camp David"
last May with Richard G.
Danner, a Hughes aide
Warren was asked about the
meeting after the Washington
Post reported in Friday
morning editions that Nixon
and I)anner met a time when
presidential friend C.G.
"Bebe" Rebozo was appealing
to the Hughes emissary to take
back $100,000 in cash
campaign contributions.


rhompson Mr. Hughes is
described as a "bona fide
resident" of the Bahamas
under a "Permit to Reside"
granted by the Bahamas
government.
2nd. ATTEMPT
Should Mr. Hughes' case
ever reach the stage of actual
extradition proceedings, it will
be the second such attempt by
the U.S. government in two
months to have a major public
figure returned for trial.
In November proceedings
were initiated against
38-year-old financier Robert
Vesco on charges he embezzled
S50,000 from International
Controls Corporation, one of
tlhe many companies with
which he has been associated.
Magistrate Emmanuel
Osadebay ruled against
extradition after a month of
hearings on grounds that the
offence was non-extraditable
and further that the U.S.
government had failed to
produce sufficient evidence to
substantiate the allegation.
Mr. Vesco was defended by
the firm of Dupuch and
Furnquest. Mr. Cecil Wallace
Whitfield and Mr. Patrick
Toothe appeared for the
American government,
PLEA MADE
In Nevada U.S. District
Court Judge Bruce Thompson
accepted a plea of innocent
from Robert Maheau, Mr.
IHughes' former Nevada
operations chief who is among
those indicted
Attorneys for the three
charged others in the case said
they wanted to argue on a
motion to dismiss before filing
pleas.
The motion for a bench
warrant for Hughes' arrest was
presented by U.S. Attorney
DeVoe Heaton who noted that
attempts to present Hughes
personally with a summons had
been unsuccessful.
The 08-year-old Hughes is
facing criminal charges for the
first time in his life. He left
London in mid-December for
the Bahamas after an absence
of nearly two years.
Mr. Hughes first came here
(Continued in next column)


5 Cuban


fishermen


held for

poaching

FIVE CUBAN American
fishermen were arrested early
Friday morning by the Police
Division while allegedly fishing
in Bahamian waters well within
the 12-mile fishing zone.
One of the boats was
reportedly apprehended one
half mile west of Cat Cay and
the other one mile east of
Brown's Cay near Riding Rock.
The fishermen and one of
their trawlers, the Hi Ho, were,
brought to Nassau. The second
trawler, the Mercedes, sank
between Nassau and Chubb
Cay while being towed to
Nassau by a police boat.
The captain of the Mercedes
is identified as Perdro Mantilla.
Crew members are Edward
Mantilla and Man Oia. The
master of the Hi Ho is Moise
Guanorpega. The crew member
is Bicmuanido Rcheuaria.
The men are being detained
at Central Police Station
pending their being formally'
charged Monday morning in
Magistrate's Court.

THE PEOPLE

TO SUSPEND

OPERATION
THE PEOPLE. official
propaganda organ of the
Progressive Liberal Party.
which went into circulation in
1971 is to close down for one
month, reports stated today.
The weekly, which recently
changed its day of publication
from Saturdays to Thursda.s,
employs about eight persons
who were all informed of the
decision to suspend operations
earlier this week.
Attempts to discover the
reason for the shutdown
brought no answers from
spokesmen. Acting manager
Basil Sands, contacted Frida,,
afternoon, said he was not
prepared to comment on the
situation.
It is understood salary
payments to some statt
members are overdue.
There ha ve he e n
unconfirmed reports recently\
that The People was shortly to
become a daily paper
Whether those reports arc
linked to the current
suspension of operations is not
known.
The People is the third
newspaper to have been
operated by the PLP. The first
official PLP organ was The
Nassau Herald, and it was
succeeded by the Bahamian
Times, which went into
voluntary liquidation several
years ago because of financial
difficulties.


in November 1971 and took Iup
well-publicized residence on
the ninth floor of the Britannia
Beach Hotel at Paradise Island
That residence came to an
abrupt end when immigration
officers raided his penthouse
suite.
It was while here that the
Clifford Irving hoax was
uncovered when Mr. Hughes, in
a dramatic overseas call to
newsmen, revealed that he had
never met Irving nor had he
authorized him to write his
autobiography.
Irving is now serving a jail
term for his part in the
swindle. His wife was recently
released.


TRIBUNE X-WORD STARTS AGAIN


AFTER being suspended
by government on December
23, 1972 The Tribune is
happy to announce that
starting next Saturday,
February 2 we shall be
bringing readers a brand new
crossword competition with a
fabulous prize.
Negotiations have been
going on between The
Tribune and the well-known
Bahamian business, Maura
Lumber Company. These
negotiations were finalised
yesterday.
The new competition will
neither require entry fees nor
the purchase of any product
for contestants to enter the


New prize

contest

with

Maura's

puzzle competition.
And The Tribune will be
giving away a fabulous prize
to the lucky winner or
winners.
There has never been
anything like this
competition before in the


Bahamas. It's another first for
The Tribune and as usual
the Bahamian public are the
winners!
Look out for more details
next week about this great
big, new Tribune Prize
Crossword Contest.
Shown above finalising
details for the competition
are (from left): Eugene
Albury, Assistant Manager
and Controller of Maura
Lumber; Marine Department
Manager Elwood Pritchard;
Roger P. Carron, Tribune
managing editor and Roy
Ca stleton, Tribune
comptroller. (Photo: Andrew
Toogood).


TIIERRI comes a time in any
nation when the forces of law
and order tail in their duty and
crine aine la ,lessness take
o er I his seemlIs to be
happening in the Bahamast
toda\
\1ti dcers, rape'-, artiieId
rohhCbber buiglar and break-in.s
to holies"f and b businesses hae
idce,isc ed at n alarming raitc
in rettct l ctInionl tt an Id tiIe
poilc'' "seI po ltwerIless to slop
lhc esc' i lu '.
( ; I o elrmlent I poli tclanI s i1
pa rliinc nt sounded I c lf r
making noises about tile c'icn'
SaVC' hfiere being 'gros!
c' g,ig etrate d'" ,i' f d t oui f l l
scapegoat in lthe Plress. lhe
blaile w.is laid at thl e do, o I
the newspapers. uth no
Inlie 0ion was 11aC e 1; he0
rletlt1loll t tsk A, S Inade- t "hiC
\ kce oit tice Bl mimIn is
/\S'
I ourilll i \linistlc! ( l.C I nl
Mi\ naid ,said rc'poirs ol suIt
c lli1c' in Itile press 1,ll1ld on\l
turtle i daI agc siti ltu ti i
Iuntusir i great t ( od. iwhati
about til'e dJaniJae' to our own
people. ouIt wines anuidl hildrenI
Must we pretend that soli 1
\viclos wa\ve of crime in' the
cmlllllunlit\ do es not e\il't
ilec Press is not a prote'trn
,age ilc \ i (l GovernIcuWn. the
police ot adn\ one else f!'r 'that
ullattel I he Press is the
gaidiadn ol lthe people's r.,his
and one ofl hlitIe must
iniporIant ot theseC is ith'
people's light to know Ilh is
ino just ctie ightI to know fi,hit
tihe ;ovenliienlit wanrdts Ihlern toC
know I is in connlinni si
Cimo i lntnes. but the lighi to
know eser thing
lihe alarming increase' i;w
Ciime local\ is a lact
(;o\erlnmient is aw al e ot till'
dtact And \tt when tht'e mttcr
was debated in parliament the
otlhem dad thie Man responsible
for the nation, the manI
.-s,. iin 'i' tor the police lorce
sat light there in the Assembi
and said NOTI IING That's
right, absolutely nothing'
It thLe Prime Minister was
concerned, as he certainly
should be. he certainly didn't
show it And some word of
assurance could surely have
been given to the Bahamian
people But not one word Just
deafening silence!
And that attitude is one that
the Press and the public are
more than concerned about.
Government politic ans seem
to want to "play down" the
acts and keep the public in the
dark
We believe only tools live
happily in ignorance.
This country and its
people are not fools. Neither
do we accept that we should be
kept in ignorance of the facts...


and this is where our police'
force comes into the picture.
There is far too much of an
attitude in the police force that
"n'Io news is good news". e'iience'
the Press is not told of rapes.
shootings, prison breakouls
anid other often'ces against the
person. Soieictilitesss we are
rumdgingl. told about murder.
And one hais the distinct
lmipression that one of these'
ii,", some of the police might
like to keep tquic', iK' t this

'hie I ibune i ': '. ceki
published a store\ e t ,I
1\ )11 i L l O11 's W, bein L
kidn Iapped anl ia;,'(! bl aJ1
armed gunman The Tcnews
editor got a call from a senior
police officer complaining that
publication of such details as
tullnes and places given in The
I rbilune report would nake



Armed


robbers


took


$150,000


MASKED gunmen who
held up two bank messengers
of Chase Manhattan Bank
Yesterday are said to have
made off with $150.000,
although there was no official
confirmation.
The incident took place at
Freeport International
Airport at about 10.30 a.m.,
shortly ifter the arrival of a
messenger from the Nassau
office carrying a consignment
of cash.
The man was met by a
messenger from the Freeport
branch of Chase. They were
they were intercepted at the
airport by two masked
gunmen who took the
money.
The Tribune understands
that Freeport police were not
alerted to the arrival of the
money and there was
therefore no special security
arranged at the airport.
The hold-up men are said
to have left the airport in the
green Ford Maverick
belonging to the bank
employee.

BIRTH
Mrs. Gil Pinder of Spanish
Wells, gave birth to a 7 lb. 9%
oz. son at the Rassin Clinic this
morning.


police prose,ut' *n )f the
matter in court extremely
difficult, since the accused
would he able to set up "alibis"
for these tilmes, etc.
What absolute poppycock!
The accused himself who did
this dastardly crime knows
perfect\ well when he did it,
and all the other relevant facts
so he can easily set ip his
ot n alibis an iway. Publication
by rilhe Tribune will not change
this criminal's alibis. So the
police argument is fallacious
an\ ,wa\
Bui one gets the insidious
feeling that the police are going
along with Mr. Maynard's view
that it is better to keep the
public ignorant of what's going
onil
We sas and we shall always
nuaintain that this attitude on
the part of the police is wrong
Police are supposed to be
guardians of the people's
persons, taniily and property
By being more frank and
honest with the Press and the
public we believe the police
could gain more trust and
respect from the public. The
people have a right to know so
lhat they' can protect
thcmii,,elves and their property
I here would be less crime if we
had anll aware public and the
onl\ way we can have an aware
and intelligent public is if they
are tully informed of the factF
all of the facts. Nor would
the authorities have any cause
to complain about
exaggeration it those in control
gave the Press the full facts of a
case when it took place.
And don't forget that trust
and confidence made the
British police force the envy of
the world Hialf the strength of
the police force in Britain is
due to the fact that the public
aids in crime detection.
How can we have that here
it the public are not trusted by
the police to play their part?
We challenge the Prime
Minister and the Police to
come clean with the Bahamian
public, have the decency to
acknowledge what's wrong and
seek the public's help and
co-operation in cleaning up our
country,
So let's not deceive ourselves
that all is well in our country
when it isn't.


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uary 26, 1974


Ohlt.e ribuur


We saw Yeti footprints, say geologists


Te
worl


SiEVIN bombs exploded
today in Buenos Aires and in
Bahia Blanca. 400 miles to
the stith. causing damage
.iAnd iiiiii a woana police

I lie twiman w as initired
-hei a bltiion wi tent oill il a
Blie iit' \oir es building
riq tieni t d I it leftisti
sludeniits. Another bolmbl
daiiiaged ,a Peronis political
centre \ third damaged the
ht iuidii.i t i 'it t he
at i .i pal i .

J (QLt' LY N Wilson. a
9-,, car- i old natie ot
Barbados. West Indies vas
nmliedl Miss Missisi'ppi State
College tor Women Fridas
-inght. the first black to hold
til' tille in the history of tihe
ia tii on oldest state
itptitd women's college

PRINCESS \nne and
t a|itin Mark Phillips arrived
!i Otl ta\a tromi L oildon It is
rinicess A\iiie', first trip io
Ciailn;a nsite her marriage
Frhe \ artc to i\ t.'
"hristcliurch.li New /ealantd
ith tilhe Qtien ito attend the
S ommonw ealt l Games

hI l R W itie Henlet will
tt larn until inext week
"iht ilier statlemints he made
it police admitting
,uiilnplicits i1 the mass
tinwisexital murders will be
ittaIed it tm use at his trial

\ ML RICAN Petrofiuta
ii, .1 peirioleum ico lmpanl ,
ioTiiiit'led toida. an increase
Silore than i0 per cent in
i t inl oil last sear over
972

J \MIS \N MeCord Jr.
sAked tle I federal Court to
hIild i halcring to determine
ihe lii-hr .e iternment agencies
lapped his telephone or those-
oit Ins lawi vers alter his arrest
in t lie 'iatergate burglar\

St ViR R ot \nlerica'
bii fst liba',k said itthei iotilid
lio cir their prime lending
.itec tioin 9 : lo 9, per cmeni
,i Mituda`

HANT 'IAM boks said it
ha tl adc U is tirsi sale t i thie
i1' ,ph i Repu ic o t ( hula
n. o 1) p a each o(i
B.1I1 l l ,;) n H I ad taI and


bot I Ablout llic autoi indlustr
h rl si t t lc v l sand "Fver\
l ', t l t i I l.. tt f h i i,' I" b \
-. ii l i ii ,. !


I\'S R-,I NS reported to
11i 5 cap tured
\ n '. : e artillery
ai, .i Phliiiti Penlih on
I I L.i l i sli -co d da ini
A r, ,i bnd itled the
a1 rnii it t Itast, d ltei


S U0 ill \iP \HI x\ Oil
MN'I \! N dlir /.ki N m alia i
ill- I -. 1 p b, t il n s w ,ill,
iii i .in i lid bustiesN
ah i t l.iUp i w hich lac
all111ih.1 1ivi o ..irlillllt l lli aliOll
s iin li~ t h \ta ,i I -m l isq te/e


HIROSHIMA Two
Japanese geologists say they
recently photographed what
they believe were footprints
of an "Abominable
Snowman" in the Himalayan
mountains.
Akira Namba and Hiros
Matsushita, both teachers at
Hiroshima University, said
the photographs show "flat,


t our-fingered" signs of
footprints on the snow, each
measuring 6 5 to 7.5 inches in
length.
They said the footprints
,rrp'lre to a distance of about
10 yards and disappeared on
the edge of a cliff. They
described the prints as
"pretty indentical" to those
earlier found by other


expeditions in the mountain
range.
Namba ane Matsushita said
the footprints were
photographed Jan. 6-7 on the
17 ,060-foot slope ot ai,
unnnamied peak in Nepal's
Annapurna range.
The two men were part of
a 26-member expedition of


scientists from
university The
Japan tor Nepal
and returned Jan.


Hiroshima
group left
on Oct. 10
17.


Claims of an "abominable
snowman" or Yeti, in the
Himalayas go back for years.
but none has ever been
actually found.( AP)


ST (.1 IRlR I 'S A
six-dla-old power plant strike
ltas virtuall, shut down
(,rcnaida, the tiny (Caiibbean!
island that is to become
independent in less than tI o
w weeks.
But Prime Minister Frinc
a1 ir. says his government is in
c ntrol and he would survive
another 15 cars as leader.
despite the apparent crisis.
Ilis words were broadcast
last night on Barbados
[cle-vision in a report on the
situation on Grenada.
Nearly! all businesses in
downtown St. George's were
Ios ed Friday Telephone and
telegraph service was disrupted
and air travel was uncertain.
Stlore- ront doors were
padlocked or boarded u p;
windows were smashed.
I he television report said
.1>.' man has been killed and
serveral persons have been
inilcd in distrubances on
Grenada
-\ number of Grenada
residents who expressed
d! atis.taction with (airy f t- I rmidad mostly by boat
Small intcr-island treightcts,
ustl, t!rom Trinidad, 90 tillsi
t- thi south, brought food ti,
keep ite gingig on the
I133-squarenuile island of
1i 10000 residents.


Syrians


shell


Israelis


I IRI T Sritan
I t.i l ittt iI. sl5.I -
pI 'th ,ns todatt\ in t' i-
S I.1 .Iin 'ihin ..
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LO: ,ON The British government named Leo Victor
Ie Gale 5 3, at present Acting Governor of Grenada. to he
Governor ot the strike torn Caribbean island, the Forein
and Commonwealth Office said today.
Grenada-born De Gale is married with seven children and
served in the Canadian armn during World War II. He is a
qualified accountant and sur eyor.
He succeeds Dame Hilda Bynoc. who has served as
Governor for the last four years. She resigned this moiith
because of differences of opinion with Eric Gairv.
A Foreign Office spokesman said the last teleramin
received from its High commission was Fridav. It said the
situation was tense and added Radio Grenada had been ott
the air since Thursday nimht
"We do not knosw whether this radio silence was caused
bN sabotage or iclheihr tihe are conserving fuel." a
spokesman said


'We are not il di 1I n1 ii !
govi rni ilent. (;air s d "\\cVe
are well centreilnch d l +V. s .it
13 ol the I1 scats ni hc
clc tions in tI1) 2 i i't s nd t i '
remain that wa tfor at l"ia I

\s a Brf tish associailcd l.it
G( re'naiia' p r. latit i'nt ')ni tifist
arc elected tor lict c i criticss
anId the Premier lias the ;iglih
toi ii! ain elecC ion at ai\ iiW
Sthe satie kind ol ci l lc i"ni
proe0s ' i, ;- i lontiin v l'il
Grenada buctucn m !.pckL c


next month c
O()IJI again lth i tslalil li'is
been shut ol t il Ot i the C -I t I IT
\woi d. l he A nI- t iil cen!ttlC ,t '
(aC andI the pIil' I
1tppW siion, the GII .ii'.i|.|
N a tio n a l I iarti a n.nd th \ +.
Jc \ew l M\h ,s m e n t. a i 'lail ly.
/new pollliitl grouttip.

1!C I\ A tCl C- I
!I 11 I tI'\ J dc k'\rih 1d '!l.
dW l i i iiit it ps a1 t
ii t-i- i ial S lsi t ,lti'idowns a d
lil7 -, In GCnada's caplail ,.'. \s


( wotic's asi "prenatal pains.1 "
I 1c iSl!1nd is sIlCelduled tI o
becolllc indcpenrdent I e, 7.
( hamIibr of C(ommrct e i'ead
Siwd ToWpimn, inrviewed by
the Barbados television stalion.
.ild hIis organization tatours
Pi.lJ.peilCdine biut added the
(tail gI t 'gIrnincI C t "'I an nI l t b, e
iumed \ith the future of
G(Winada "
I lie trouble hegan Oct 12
i11' h n police repit! tedil,
diIupted a New Jewel
\Mi'temenlt Ilmeeting, andci s ral
l oa cl-S \w v i l. iii I' hcatcll
.c ci eli.
\s a result, the island ivas
sh1 1t dowknTI ill D)ecmclitfer Ior
three davs. and then for the
'eCoId lime last Monda .
I arl ic this mtlonth.
authorities reported that ino
.*iis haid arrived in Grenada
sice Dec) .I 31 and that food
importers Swere not oplcating,
()One source said at that mlit e
that Ai d supplies wiere short
and .it here as cno gh fi l .
suppl ts last another 20 Ida I .
I hat was 1-I4 d s ar. (A \Pi


SOAMES SOUNDS OIL WARNING


I ONDO( Si ( iitii ,li) s S1,aiC, s .iInL',d
tod s ilLhat uinlhess h I ui pit ,a' i tiiiis !;
Mai ket l countili iL s i an unilit i ,i ll p, ,il. th i \
risk breaking .Apai!t Naii,, i
Soa1 ies is I B tai- i'tt s sn ioni in nwiiim i 1 hi
CLu.i."I. 1V i iiiriii% i'/ al rn |R
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.,ondu ial'd li B i in' ';,\ !i;.
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-KILLER

FLOODS

SWEEP

AUSTRALIA
BRISBANE Australia's
most serious storm of this
century swept through
Brisbane today drowning five
people, washing away at least
three homes and damaging
scores of others.
The known death toll
stood at 11 as Cyclone Wanda
and torrential rains continued
to whip up record floods over
most of the state of
Queensland. Weather officials
said the storm appeared
nowhere near its end.
Brisbane recorded 13'-:
inches of rain between Friday
and today, the most in 80
years.
The government continued
its round-the-clock
evacuation flights with
commandeered planes and
helicopters. Six hundred
people were picked tip from
submerged towns in the
isolated Gulf of Carpentaria
area. (AP)


Slimmer

Shirley

gains

friends

NOTTINGHAM Mrs.
Shirley Turner, the woman
who had her jaws cemented
to get her weight down. suid
she lost 47 pounds in two
months and gained friends
all over the world.
A housewife in Tyler,
Texas, for example, said she
pasted a newspaper clipping
about the Turner slimming
saga to her deep freeze.
"It helps to strengthen her
will when she feels tempted
to have a snack from the
freezer," said Mrs. Turner. a
35-year-old rail engineer's
wife and mother of two
teenage daughters.
Mrs. T..rner weighed 247
pounds last November when
she had her jaws cemented on
a silver plate. She can open
her mouth wide enough only
for a liquid diet. She hopes to
get to 130 pounds by
June.( AP)

Watergate

1 111 t S Senate Watergate
Cotmmlittec h,is decided to
postpone the new round ol
hearings scheduled to begin
next wee.. Senator Sam J.
I nin Jr ithe North (arolina
DI)let dt, who 111 i hJ irmln it
thce pancl, s.1id tolda\
I mril saIld the postponclieill
S.ias aIred tupo to itU nstUr
"that lino preludice b done" tc
the itllpetndling trial ot f torn er
t\ltorne (iGeneral John N
\litchell and fo eir (Colmmerce
Secritar\ Maurice Stans


CHINA H


MISSING


AMERIC


WASHINGTON Ihe ,I.i!i'.iiii.m-i
American civilian on the Paracel Islands is
People's Republic of China.
The civilian. Gerald I mil Kosh. a
Department employee assigned to obseCrve
South Vietinaiese. w\a reported itnlsinOg
landed on lPattle Islani d list S.titoda s
Vietlnamlese torces


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is freed


State l)DeparttIlc'Itt prti ,s
otticer John Kintg said the
Chinese liaison offtle in
Washington intorlmed the SIaIc
Depart mcn th lil Kosh was in
Chinese hands

There was Ino llnnlledlat
report on his coililtio
King expressed regret that
Kosh was there during the
clash reiien Chinese .iim
South Vitli!ctinese toites
H'Ie was dolIng hIis ob." -ai
King "lIut we do Lnot tned
incidents of this kind.
Ihe united d States has not!
sided with one Jaimlant o ihc
otlier II the P'aiicl dliptir1'but
did refuse to send paji rt .o .it !
ior aircraft to the sccnc
Secretary of Staic te c'r1
Kissinger said earlier 11th \i'ci'k
tlat the t I nitcd Slatecs T i.A
th e u se 0 i l t r in
settling the dispute
King saidL he thlout ht K a,.i
tormner armo captain iIn, Soui
Vietnat1I, would IeC iccasJCdL
soot. ihut ihe gave llo detlaili
lie said !he I t S ob ioiil i.
interC sted I in I tlr c:
information tlon Kosh' \\ it
antlld \ licrcdbo'ui s
T hu ir "lleg e t l. \ ii tias 5iii
rt iici(h ii,
lhatl about In ) S,,tn i
Vietnalmese wre captured n)
Battle Island lhc I penilcd
Slates is reported to h,' c naskr d
Foi the release ot lhe Southi
VIeItnam ese L 0 1-c 0 I p',
conce rning the has 1 erN n



A PROPOSAL to design
the Richard Nixon hlbrar\
along the lines of an Incan
temple has received a cool
reception. "From the
pictures. it looks a little
weird," said Leonard
Firestone. president ot the
Richard Nixon Foundation. a
tax-free corporation formed
to build the library.


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Shp Iribuun
NUlnIs A[Ul'tS S JURARE IN VERBA MAGCT.U
''k H1, Undk To Swear To The Dogmas Of"No aavtcr

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Contributing Editor 1972 -
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Publisher/Editor I 972 -
P',li-he. Daily Monday to Saturday

FTl Pi i\1 S
I editorial 2-4532, 2-2260
General (li kei ( 15 Fxtensions) 2-1986
Al rli-,iii 2-1986.2-2768

Saturday, January 26, 1974



EDITORIAL


Round and about


By FTIENNE DUPUCH
I I i()\ Nemiber 20 "I was most interested t hear
a i p i, t, visit the south oi Portugal an 1ng sh fIrteind
Se '.i when I indicated to him that I might be interested in
Shae always ihad a hankelIrin to live down there 'neal
S\ !nd lialja. I should like to hear froii you the
i tlhee bedroom houlise down there If the cosi of
U. i mhch ililie here, and we go on having these
Si bhe tinc to tlitunk of emigrating

IvI ai. Ic I uiI a wealth\ couple yesterday afternoon
ib ihl. u hI.iittli house in Hampshire. The lady of the house was
S: tlie pissihili\ t .li. their home in England
S.'' ici elwhere Much of the conversation centred around
Si : ; iei ces >itI.ed t)\ stilkes that haunt the

Si '.i leave I hlrand it the niisetahle Lab iir Parts is
' !. 'li k nc\i election," the wo1an said.
I ii!'- '. b a ieat sJa ntle because thet\ have a beautitul
'- '. { .; tliiiicl d value it t\er liIee ihutdied thouisand

l 1' tlie apes people have left their hotime, to tind a
: .iki n lien conditi ons at Ii nle have


S.. A, ildIents iod;t when I went too a
1:. ;: li "'' is Rotlary ( lub in ai industrial section
S:- ai esttitg experience.
1,1x. J l k :!t thlie s atlik Savo\ tlhe address to
; *' "-c~tiiletm lI ,at te a lll'tiO eilt
La .i. h. ;!ii-. ce I aiske
t i ,. ki v. the place all i ilg i lie sald. dtivinig ,tt t
1 d i l r i' si, i .nc awa\ titmll the hotel and. as we drove
id', Cl' into a',', in idu trial section o! the cit\. I began
ica ine vCl/c the driver hesitated when I gave him the address.
-l l ic t i 'nor. he fiiall\ said. pointing to a tiny place
i. t ht d ti I't e c i ,wo 1 siimall shops ,nI a crowdedd street. It hbore
S ali' d 5'i "C(,as Prada l tlich and Dinner Club."
-. .. When I entered the place I found myself in a sinall but clcao
plac.' if comi p!icaletd pssa geN, c ta dotted vitlh small doors.
(lOpetimt olne I thlies, lois I ounld ii'. ..J in a 'i) t, niH i
ui aln i anian eIilenit.
"o ri.ht thirougii thai doii there and you'll see a big dining
:,i that's wheie the Roitai\ Ctluh meets. But you'tc atn hour
.' c'l N onie's thlcre now," a bai maid told me when I asked
hie i l dnections.
\;.,i 1 op tuaic l a doo and. t alter pia'ingh through a couple ot
ud1 i Alid I.l e 0inegitatiitt lltic narrow passages. I tound
ii\ il tack in mhie hl ai-lestau iant again.
I"R iiht lcic l'ii c\ iIIit!l incinhiers stall to co ine ill," a
S aid su i'o sedil. po lin to a well-used sota atl the aim
S I ii : "But I ive I toulind lie Roltais oom \et." I

S inil m I : lil ii Ce Alken the w onlg door. sie suggested. ", out
S.ili'! i !.s !i i dIl ing' tooill ishe issuedd ilme
A I, I i; id 'l .l .i I !ol iili Il\ sell' clim iI'. It lie satm e dii cttiili
,| h,.! It is aS Ithen tlihat I iCali ted t ihat I had actually passed
., iio ii.' "'i, d in og ill lt I I p lhiough wlitllolt

I le1iIi'. i 'I wI 5he', I saw .i illiposiiig chl ii I the centre o i
S ', '.,! .ii I thought ils lilusi be the big dining ri in atnd
'hai i 'Ihe t .ie 1 icdcnt chiati I inspected the litoom olt le
*.i\ tI ils1d tlil ils w i he bl e ig diiiU e litiloom wliee hei le
,.I' ; i 'd i!, micelit 'Ii.l
1 In-. !iii ,e--itd mie becaille il was an exalm|'ple of llhe tact !hait
S'IiiL !i t 'e ', Ic itlvie 1 is t10 o li \ais considered blt b lthie
: i! !'i',i t s eC e-i \ l llL' in lIe tie had bee;i sm all

l!li'ii, lo, ale, lthi i t< oar\ loom 1 l ined to the bar. pe c!hed
> -..' *ii' "11 -i .ool .,iaid oll+d..,t ,a di lllk. It was neanl!l, lunch
t d I w.iL I tollis 'o se'c thle ktid oi pationali e iltis club

I v,, illl'n were behind lihe bar The\ seemed nice people
., 1 n -o .tted to talk with thlieml. I felt I could get some

1, ., ", ic i.+ilk!i:_ .,boii tlh .,. i !. i pools. O ne ot the Wom eni
.i -\ li t h liS sle iust missed winning one ot the big pities last

'\ t ,.\ !d -IIe dto it \o'i siuddel'i "iiiu.k it ich" I asked


"l'Il' !,iitIn the wv 'i'll 'hie said
'I inc I iItli \otii ''" I tlea ed.i t
hSi Wsl n'." i"e i -lieed. "anld we \i lln't ioth i t o 1t hO Ie

I :, 'i li t tilIt, \\a. a splendid plan. But she mn si t Ills win

i 5 |i,"'i! .1 ii kI \ 11 . cu l ni die popped illn I thi e bant I
S t.it.i i ., t :,;c eii l\ i lthi ea l i\ weie soid bt sine n'
(tut ),..ii; i l:cIt l i 'tlselne clia e t m hlie iln e gaid .iid stalled
;'i |sti. s.1 -i;t itis tiii n lie coiln i
oii lii\ I i Iia tiolne, heic." I colnineiited to the bu't iu ll d
I d \c- "he iaidL, "but \lou liave to be a inlembei o thle club

Sii \\ all a lib And I could see tha its plolis w ict
o t l e e l 1t1han thile gelnelal suilloundings had d.,_ t
[\ lt 1: line Roi0 !\ ine inbe!-, s.tailed lo arlve. I Iould see .it
ist g .lance iiai tlhey were a itne lot of mllen, engaged in solne
.; staniihal i n L of business in itli ts indtustl al aica of hlie citl\.
llie Ie-,IdenCIIt l the club. John PItchaid. intlioLduced h nell
I could li.i\c hc ,le i a ilw i biothet of Di. A. Deans-Peggs and Iis
ii.i c Mine d n, n i beca;iise hCe had all thle lili decisvene o> t S 1
\-a Pti ilihtd. !onni .SpeaKei of the Bahanas House of

I ,lc. i, : l t' a e I i asy lh i, en o I, it ills m eetiing 1 I
small gatheiini. tepliesented eical Rotary fellowship, comipletel\
.':ike thle bin l Ondon club wMi1lh seemlied o hate h1indedsl ol
Iiembei when I alended one of its meelngs ... and lno one
seneed io know anoilne theie.




RK-SMEARED,


111I LtAD).RS OF THL PLP ate fully aware of the truth of
tie statement made this week by the Leader of the Opposition.
MI. Kendal Isiacs. when lie declared that the governing party is in
deep trouble [They have reached that stage whete the affairs of
!he counts ai0 Iin a shambles and wh eie they realize that they are
unable to do ..in IIii.: about it
The Pnime Minlster has admitted the f.liin.,: of his Government
and membeis o t lie P11P pailianientars contingent are far less
sure o their iGovernment today than they were even a short year
ago. But what is most interesimnlg i, the levell of disaftection which
has set in aoii'ng the middle group of PLP support.
I \cepi ti lthe I gers and the Mules ot the Inner C('tile oft the
Squaie Deal, this whole middle level of the PLP has been
seiiously weakened. These ale the people who were always,
between the hierarchy and the grassioots. theI ones who didi most
otf the donkey oilk when ihe part) was on the way up
In most cases their itsard has been the satisfaction of having
pa rticipated in the s uggle and seeing their act of faith translated
into the ialt tof a Pl (,Government. For lost of them there are
no luniitive tolnnais and high honours o hbind them to the PLP.
intl faith. AAnd that faith is being shattered daily.
Iurtiherinte. lthe collapse of thie middle level comes at a titne
whlien tlie P1I P' otliei slock-in-trade is also running out With the
erition of the chaismnia and credibility of Ln tiden Pindlng. the
PL.P has little to fall back on. It is now only a question of time
before tile egrassitits erupt into open rebellion.
The wvle thi ng is like the retlenss crestcendo of some terrible
symphony wichs can onl be relieved by the breaking of a
mighty chold. An\d even though out ii not hante heard the



I soot)n 1o tLhattinut with tone 'of the R iiu;: s He was
interesting be, aise lhe wias in a paper supplies tlIiness and lie itld
tie of the serious' shortages they were expeiie'np:mig in their
business these dAi\s
lie laughed when I told himi about my visit to the big London
club.
"This is the same with all the big clubs" lie said. "We had two
visitors from America last week. They sat next to each others and
they didn't know the\ were members of te samlle club in thlie LS.
until their nltles twerte a linnounlced."
"Tell me about this area of London." I urged. "I can see it's
industrial. What is its chief industry'1"
"It used to be leather manufacturing and shipping.' hle said.
"Synthetic leather has invaded thle market and the docks have
shut down permanentlyy"
"Why should the docks shut downn'" 1 asked.
"There we're so many strikes in this area." lie said. "that ships
tou longer ttomie lie. e Because of strikes one by ,one the docks oto
Londonti i are hbein' t sed down
"But this is bad tor lr ahor I ,i.,t... I d
"Of course it is." lie agreed, "but they either don't understand
or dton' care i certa.iniv had lor the whole coi unllit


In reply t a questionit another member told me that tlhe' I'.a've
35 itietibei s in ile clubr
"Butt we have .1 small meetings today.,'" he said
"'i ut!'s happetingi''" I asked
"There's a tia strike on," he said. "and people whiott live
outside London ame finding i difticult to et into the tcit, lIe
added that Ill tonee liemblier of the club a lergtvian lived in
thlie area and he Lhved there because this was where his patish was
located.

"If shipping and leather have gone under," I asked. "'what
really is the print cipal activity in the aiea"
\.i,.- lin particular." a member said. "'just a lot ol small
things. Biscuits, paper, printing, milk and so forth.

hlien the "'paper man found tlit that I was in the publishing
business lie talked about strikes that had crippled publishing in
London.
"Several newspapers have gonle ouit of business because i
strikes," he said. "On the Imorning ot Princess Anne's wedding the
LiiohTrapheis demanded movie pay or making colour blocks tor
the nlespapers. lThe newspapers iefused to pay. As a result there
were no colouied pubhicatuns," lie said
"-lie Daitlv Telegraph mana laged to get oUt a colour supplement
on Sunday y morning." I said. "'but I saw by this morning's
Tcirpli that, because ot another strike, they had difficulty in
,i, 11 iii .'; the suippletmenit They announced that a anyone
wan liing copiCes ust come to tthe lctcgraph office for them."
'"s. hle ai'ced '"Sitkes aie a gmeat bhotlhe in thiNs countii

And that wasn't the only strike oin Princess Anne 's wedding
dat .
t;l I h m!liii tliii ot the wt eddin' tihe 'ais \\wv t ion stluike andt
weie n> I'l to thle lid/ cat renltal sevice we mitht have found ii
difficult to .'.et inlto I iitdon ttion the airport before the itroads
weie closed lo t, llnic dtiin the peted ol the wedding.

Anid si tIns reait ilion ..h like t i. othtier etitl democraclet's.
where liberty is often confused with licence ... is being torn apart
bi sltlkes because tlihetie seeis to be noii end to tlie demtndis beiht'e
made oni industry by liabotti .
\nd ill this tiie (.oi u nul ist counii Ics. wheie labouti s denied
lthe right to i strike. tte sl i u te s adil ahead. lhe lille mat vel
come wtil hlien people in the t ee ctunittles will have destrited thlen
own i haitl eaiilned lieedi is and then lhe\ will lose the light t
slike

It is inteleitesing lto note thali tlhe piojecl ot tlhet' Ber intondsev ('lub
is tto collect tuis to help elieve the cTisis caused b\ ciop failures
in I tihioptia as a result itoft a pitolonged di ought. Millions of people
face the prospects of starvation in that impoverished Alrmcanil
country. todao


A lieiid ot the Rotary ('lub that I attend itn Coial Gables gave
inc ilh:ee it the clubs bannes and asktled me to b hlim a
btinner ftim'it a London club.
In exchao ginig banners with Piesidentl Pitchad lie comiented
that theii bannert Iighit interest me It tdid.
It is a leather composition in keeping vtllll tie teputiationi oi
iqualhit leather this section ott L ondoli had enjoyed i lithe paT It
is one of thie most interesting balinners I have evel seen.

ITo end on a strike note.
When I asked one of thie members whether I could get a taxi to
take mile back ton my hotel otn the Strand lie said that because ot
the tiaiin strike. it would be difficult .. the taxis were all too bus\
in otihei palls of the city to come otil there looking foi fares
today lie said.
S IiU s\ 1 enI ied tlie meeting lhe\ wv eie real people . n
fuss no bother ... no pretence just a fine group of solid
usimuessutie .

A 111THO1 GiT FOR TODAY
Blessed ate lihe \\hlo have the gilt of mtakling tends. tor it is
one oit God's best "ifts. It involves many tillngs, but above all. the
ipowel of going out of one's self and appreciating vwhatevei is
noble and loving ill others: THOMAS HIt'I I I-S


niusil btet!: you kuit t eca !-se ot the fl, c diii logi i t, ,,i t 1! i
exactly hlit- tih t chord ,i soundtii '
c I the results of thei own se h, aIndI them Lwhati
do tie d to.the leaders ot ihe PLP
The fight amonl themselves. ti hen Atll ,h \With all his 'aiss
public appeal, thien Leader has nevei e!. heen a ledei oil men
and the natural incllnatiu n for itn-'u ii iii n m i lie PLP hlas
., ,it i ',ndet I !n t I :iltm ana )celi ehi
M P.t' ii,, would li ii u icle ol i)siianpulate and i ake tlhe
IM ,I .' I apprtuach ill dealing viuh mi'.n rather than it call
on illti<-t quat s li s tich make tuu enuine ani d a' i ngI rtcspect in
leatdeiship TIle mell aliitnttd him arc like pwils on the chiesshald
to be ln'ued backwaids and ttiwatds, d sispa-.inael and il ihe






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sole interest ot thie pl i iself,
Iue survival 'if the imeni around Mr. Pitidlg depends mainly
oLl their abilitts to sIJcuteITIm o to crawl. It time hopeless situation
ws hitch these have created todas scheming and crawling are
practisvetd arts. Some whot see thle handwriting oti the all are
ititeresTed in pow.'v and posittion!i i secure theui 'aeilal future
agai dite i nevita, le Uda fv ail .
Othles ters pe to snat tlA pertsul pwuer t tthlemselesi out of
the ailure.'it of M.. m. .. Wil. the sly back-stid e andmil the
ba/n teciit'hetuio goes on. the usaness of tle country continues
to gou straiSght to hell.
DCOld t*5* i * *
Devoid of any real ahitti to understand, much less solve. the


,, ,-ch beset them and the country, the PLP have also
lakeii tu claiming others foi those i luIL
A' unle lii there xas a ,... I'.n.1. between the foreign
llh I'rs J Then a cs .llsPiacy between the banks. And here of late
lie tietsipapeis are being blamed !fo all those things which are
JIleai the icssilt: oI the incompetent administration and shallow
leadership ot the PIlP (GoiveIlrnmentI
Leading lthe ailack against the Piess is the Prime Minister
hinselfI. e i knows ;hat the Pre.- s '.,i reports and interprets the
cents ,'f the day. nt! make tiose c1enlts. He knows that it is the
dui v't Ie P ess in a demtcrac' to thing the truth to the people
,, that hfie Ipeojplc know the state of their country and
i , "'i decide wx lai to do abouttlt it
Buti Mr Pindtlig Is tUiie prepared to undermine the free Press
in tlhe vain hope oi tdellecting some of the antagonism which is
dails mounuti g against hitml and itis Government Hlie also hopes to
psych out piess lephoiteis and editors by instilling fear and doubt
in ilhein minds.,
is was lthe lactic tused bi tte White House when two
Euptilels of the WjIs'hilolgton Post wterc pressing" dangerously near
tlie bul lwhitch is no1w knoilwn s WaVIteigate
Supporitin-"g h! P' !:i .- illn hli, attack onil the Press is Mr.
(Clletmen Ma'linid It appears to Mt Maynatd's muddled mind
that thin til sensiO thi m, do w lhen faced with a problem is to hide
it .
Ilieie is a serious pui)bleimi of lsinig crime in this country' and
lie stluttion is not to lude it1 It cannot be hidden anyway. The
solution is lirst otf all to make the public fill,. aware of the
problem and all its implications tor them as individuals and as
socieiv
It theie are rapists and robbers '. ..aiiing the streets then not
only ihe Minlisters iif the Government need to know that Other
people have loved ones and would like to be able to take
whiatievc precautions are in their power to lessen the chances of
exposing uhemt to violent ciinme.
uirithernliore,. when the Government seems incapable of dealing
with a problem it only makes good sense to hear from the public
since thie people aie ultimately responsible for the country. The
conciusi u ns which the Ministers fail to arrive at in Cabinet
,iL ..' might be forthcoming as a result of public debate by
level-theaded citizens.
It is just so possible that there might be a greater degree of
insight andi logic under the cotton tree than can be found today
in Ihe PL P Cabitnet. I that was not the case Mr Maynard would
kno'v that unemployment, frustration and injustice coupled with
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14 SPtC(AI 77'.lVlIA U) O 70 Al7l. THOSE WHO
(A VI: KIND THOUGHTS; AND FLOWERS TO THE
.1lORF.R Y OF DONA LD AA l .1LES.


They know what they are doing


FROM
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Cu' h toributmi


Saturday, January 26, 1974


FOR 3 in 1
LAWN SERVICE
FERTILIZE FUNGICIDE
PEST CONTROL
TROPICAL 2-2157]


BOY SCOUTS AGM

Association wlkli fig i ii,
ballr'im '. t i
H o u sc o n \l i , I .i . i'
30 al t :30 p i.


BAPTIST BIBLE CHURCH


Located on Soldier Road Old Trinl
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Sun School: 10a.m.-
Preaching 11 a.m. & 7:30 p.m.
Wed: Prayer & Praise: 7.30 p.m.
Fri: Youth Fellowship: 7:30 p.m.
THE FRIENDLY CHURCH
WITH A BIG WELCOME


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Pastor H. Mills Ph. 51339 P. O. Box N3622.


D Nassau Christian and Missionary
ALLIANCE CHURCH
Temr i poailv Meeting At V W CA Building
Dolphon D rive at John .e KennedJy D[J
Rev. Weldo;i B Bla tkford, Mifnste,


WORSHIP HOUR 11 A MA
"GOD'S FOUR
LISTENERS"


(GObPEL iHOUR 7
"GOD'S WARNING
CONCERNING MAN"


TUESDAY, 7:30 P.Ivi. oiLEc ,-1D I-AYMVL FtLLOWbHIP


BAPTIST BIBLE CHURCH
Soldier Road and Old Trail
THIRD ANNUAL MISSIONS
CONFERENCE
HEAR MISSIONARIES
FROM
BOLIVIA AND AFRICA AND SEE ALSO SLIDE
PRESENTATION OF THESE WORKS.
SERVICES NIGHTLY 7:30 ... WE)N[ESI)Y. 23rd JAN.
THROUGH SUNDAY. 27th JAN, 1974

NEW TESTAMENT CHURCH
P.O. Box N4450 Phone 5-2012, 5-7048
Highland aIrk Dolphin Drive North Y.W.C.A.

VISIT tORS WEL
Sunday services t 9 45 and i d m 7 p. ",
Wednesd 3y Farlh Servc,7 17
Special Speaker Sunday. Jan. 27, 1974.
REV.JULIUS BRADSHAW



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BAPTISTS TO OBSERVE

SPECIAL DAY OF PRAYER
\ 'I ( I \ 1 1)\' (I PR \t R \will h'e observed )n Sunda> in
ih .il' .1 JIIihu ih \ei Pi' I'\iJcn1cue and the I'anull Islands.
II .M-r e h icii. !ill pi, :o, litU country the national
ti c pd c ,-p iliv lilt (i',,J, leadecisth p in this new,
~; i, ~.'~l, l : tlt i h b pok nllidan sa tid
(in ) h1. hirltil; l' itf '!li L d'.s will hbe a special national
Radio B.tha i. it, oni lihe Baptistl liour beginning
.i 1 .pc il ptn'railillie ,.li he conducted hb Baptist
w ..3 .. ti Iih.ni. I1 hIc 10()- e C I itcd Baptist ( hoirfl made
Piill ,' i '. nl' l^ l 11C o f t h pli Lt chu lchcs in Nct".
l';; -"" .' VM!Ii |'':~c' t .iinpprina.t ncs i -a tes in sung.
1 ut i t i !i ,t B lip 1 Mt\11 i'.n ,\ ,ift I dill.a l onal ('Conlenionll
A; i .1 li t th lii BAi t It irches arcI foint il
; ,ii t i t; t -,til i Ja\ prayer l't Baptisti

S.. : ,' c i il .i l l 'io tl t iar o! lli na ion
1 ,;' :I ^ii li j v \ ith' c' (ml cl the C hristidn
.i"i !i It ; I1i til l t ih h!-, h l,, a i ol pid e I f or the
~I I- li !': l).i\ rl li \ ".,t', .l iit lu cd al a pr IsI conia I'lcnIlc
:. J...! .,..: ". when the B ptui t' is tut, an ulltlnaltuir t
, i i ltil. iihit lg '. t u v.wit5hdia5 t heir support it it did not1




Sromi Pae 3
.l0ic i: 'i i' ll i tpl,\ oIl if c, \i \ ilhli i 1 tt hile titidst ot abiding
!I,\ ". iiI. 'iItt' ll i: ,ii II c'.c" litre 1 I f crim e thall wo mllell

A ;'\ h : V .it! oi' iii. t i',' i I'.i :. P[LP seeml s to have taken a
,r~iisn 'u Ii is t i, t (lll .h.' ittetit[iitt atnd concern h\
l~ ].timl:!' .' -':it,,! .\ ImpE.ii; .1 lll' tic I ree National lM ovem ent
I te ip i Ill :' ..... ,:e' fli u rs. sa bh\ Mr. Simeon
!,\\. i -'' 'itfii"A ,oI !i \ ," \ iIpe! would be like trvini tI,
wk ia i. i'.- ,, in the i ixli io,'1 'i. t.i ld d hie Idifl- r would tnot allow
l I,,'i .et. ,o :]d i i \\,; tl. ,t illt M r. M\itynatd in this
l '. i ew il itnil l tlic ,o i s I c del inl ait lte ine to
haiid i ice \ niiioit l Mo\i' n ei, witl crtnin al citaiges. Mr.
.i\ i. i. .i i. l ]! [h llwh o s oi \s.elblv i ly tliha theree were
-.it p.lIh' 'I .' ji ;e alfteli bheli fed iass
'\ \aioni i \lo\I I i i':i lie was referliini ti the
1 !, 1.. .. a i: l s, ci-,\ i tds ani\d Inal. al lack wlN tiA
~j. ma!n ; .,' 'ii de 'i\ 1 like ('leC tellt May\ nat d.
l !' 1 ;;A a i::" ;i, c" p Wp i mit: ,11 .1 Wl1Hii lin w h\%Il l, ll ir ak the law
:l i, ,-;i'd .t dui j theme ,-i those icliiwho will break the law
it ; J l anm ge S. e :! iihlit he suppoiteis of" lie NM
i- 1 .i lI paii 1 ji 'd so arl e supporters of tlie PtLP as the
'. tiJ- l t, (le plh e and tite ciLoullts will show.
i it -tIC;;e)pt to ii'ulde: a lihole po litical palty in this
i.'llie! i'.'h i not ionll the desperation of the ruling part\ h1tl

I; litsI hliave bhcn people like tile PLP leadership wlio inspired
elih, I hatesc poet Kahilil (dhiani to iite -lie,, words,
"Knoi ledi:e isa I lght. cliiching the warmth of lite, and all
;:i\ paiTike who seek cc i ; ibut you, i\ countryII \ Menl. seek oLit
aikiness and 1ce ilie lght, awaiting lte f ming ot water -lifm tlhe
o k wand omi nalln oI IS.-,se is your enC me. I do nott forive youi
k\ til sins. for \ ol k \ n what \ ou ae . '"

HEE d HR


FUNERAL SERVICES
I \1 RAII ,1 1,c- !oIt

'i'if t ,l ailiLi ii \ i- ~l -tC .. i.
.it '1 Ha Mlbina, l 't th ilfher
S rt l p will
lie ,is un iM\ d I his wie,


Corner of Bay Street
and Victoria Avenue


Men's SHIRTS (Polyester]
Were $13.00 & $15.00
NOW $7.95 & $9.00

Men's PANTS (Polyester & Double Knit) ]
Were $16, $18& $24
NOW $20 For 2 Pairs

Pullover SHIRTS Were $10.95
NOW $5.95

SUITS Polyester Double Knit $59.00
SPORT COATS Polyester Double Knit $35.00


Boys' SUITS

PANTS


From $14.00
From $3.00


Boys' Polyester PANTS From $5.00

SHIRTS $1.95 SHEETS $3.50
TOWELS .95c
ALSO JUST ARRIVED
Boys' Husky SUITS (for the Chubby Fellow)
Girls' DRESSES and Ladies' PANTS and BLOUSES
FREE CUSTOMER PARKING REAR OF STORE


ARNOLD'S P. STORE
- Corner Bay St. & Victoria Ave. - -


VcttI. I ,f t tI til e M r. 1 cre ti -
Haiin 1\\o sstersk Y lonIl
R uit ht'r ai TtI 111( \ctilld c\'
I)arliini t wo',n lio, lhlrs. Philip
alnd IFrain ikl'. i; a d itll fi
re latIves.
Pers'ions w.i l g to pia tini l
a.lil. Sattirdia\ Uiill1 12 p.i.
Sutnda .
B uriar l sill bcn ll the i I. I, ,1
View S (C'Ii C etcr, .

MIAMI BISHOP TO
SPEAK IN FREEPORT
HIS LOR)lSHllP, the Mo-st
Rev Re e' ( ,tidl. .I))..
ALtIuilia t Bish,'p If M imi Il tit ,
aIceplt d in i lnl till ani i ) I ce
Ilthe gtic'i sp .k r .i t flt'
(I u aIf 1 r t I rl \ I i 111 0in l 1
breaklas, t oIt thi'e \ iien 1 Mar\
Star on SLundai \. I crL adl\ 3
All limenl (,I ilefelinl i .i ic itniiedL
to, attend iltl e l 1'eaklasf 5 vhii
will be held at t he
Intcrn~ ilioiial holdl.
WORKSHOP FOR
TEACHERS
1 iti 1i tt l C, Pine t s \ ii .. ii
edll'jt-of ue i n \ .,sail
IponsoiCd .1 J ,, .ild t llI
w\orkshl i h; w ti) e l.etJil ,
rutflt '.l 'is d \lai\ Sla I .i ,,i e
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TIDES
i. I i i.. 4
I oI 3 4-1 iti and 4 0


SUN
Rises ( .'s it
Sets 5 51 p in
MOON
Rises '('0. d ill.
Sets ('):3 p Ill.


\11I1 IODISS thIougl'hoiii
IthiC Bahadmas will observe
S!nod Sunda on Januai 2 -
w ilh pecialt scrsices being held
it all of their churches in
Ihe sl e ces wlc ichiLi ill' ,he
il'iC led byn ministir s froint
he (I OI Islandt wil l beI
I'Seowied bt a liont '.crvi.c -7
Smi at tihe' 1I'beIci/
i \clhoidi t lurch. Shiill'
'artir lipailin iII S notd
Sunda\ ilmorniinw .e icr.a \i'Il
.io be the Re\ nLly B
Peiy,. 1 urks Island (!i uin t. and
Re\ .John Bil\er,tone. Soitlhi
I leuthierai C(ircuit
I he i point service at I ben eil
\MeIthodi hui h \il \111 e,
.oiiductIeCd i\ lthe Re t Dnlis
1WiIunus. secret arr of tile


S in d.
)'w; 's v il V n.;. l >
blIe thli Re I d'. in I I
dititic I
N o tc k \s il !'r
I ld Ic 'd il o lh \l. li td l tl
Jhuillih S n \\ I' 1 ,1111 .
li. liniig tell' in iii t -T Si t Ihl-
til i i nl\uitcd til l ..lI t f
Sii ifiid,l y il ii i!ri i .i I hl t!k -
in It'i t .1 .I II
lh.ill w., br ,.\il. l .11 lilt
R h o d e 11in olt. \ l i ho d i-l
( l i l \ol h \ l o1 1 .S'Ii!-'
Ih ic e l i hall i c\ps led o1
enhlihin c ht tht uth .i n ii\ ot
ih tel iii!u il lhin .,,.oniii tfi l\
while thelke ,1 ,i1 iiim nl n.'c'd
i plovidl prot) ll !
tlhe 'l. i icr .] inr \- i:n"


k .li- ,. l't i.lV
Sh t ctilla .i't ci. "
i 1. t- j S lI t' is Stliiul-\
I 1 1n l :p it n i s it i1 t' R'I l l'S.
S !,] I j.' I o m d the C
Jhn ihL plator. R J


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Colour T.V.'s


I ini.'ette Weir,
1 lie building, which will h,t
lietiCed adjai.ent to the chifui ch
ill include class rslmills fit
( h i i t i I d e d ic i tlo. i
iIItIIutio, stage, kitchcneit
.i1d j Nanilary block.


AUCTION
GOVERNMENT HOUSE
FEBRUARY 23rd
Select something from arOLInd the 110USP YOU
no longer need and give it to the Annual
FAuction for the Bahamas Association forr the-
mentally retarded -
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WE SERVICE EVERYTHING THAT WE SELL!


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Saturday, January 26, 1974


CLOSING OUT SALE


LADIES' DRESSES
from $2.00 UP
(sizes 5-20)

BLOUSES from $1.00 UP

COSTUME JEWELLERY,
EARRINGS from $1.00 UP

SKIRTS from $2.00 & UP

HATS from $1.00 & UP

AND MANY MORE ITEMS
AT LOW LOW PRICES!

STOCK CAN ALSO BE
BOUGHT AT
WHOLESALE PRICES!


Milady


COLLINS AVE.
& 5th TERRACE
PHONE 2-8197.


U.


Adequate acting in


Careful Rapture

By DAPHNE WALLACE-WHITFIELD


[ilt COMMONWEALTH
Players opened at the Dundas
Cisic C(ente on Thursday
evening in Jack Popplewell's
( arefull Rapture" and Agatha
Christie's "The Rats" They
will play through Sunday.
January 27.
The Commonwealth Players
is a new amateur theatre group.
This was only their third '.t.,, d
public production but
demonstrated both their
adaptability to and
experimentation in a wide
variety of plays and also a
bourgeoning professionalism.
I heir first production
consisted of two one-act plays.
an ancient biblical play and a
modern theological one Thei.
next production was modern
..nd avante-guard, "The Owl


and the Pussycat".
Again with


Come and bring a friend!
YOUR TICKET TO PARADISE!



ESCAPE
from the hum drum

to the TROPICAL SETTING of the


PARADISE BEACH PAVILION
overlooking beautiful Paradise Beach

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

RESERVATIONS: 5-7541
Paradise Beach Pavilion is just west of the Holiday Inn.
WHERE JAMES BOND 1ADE THUNDERBALL


fr


Velma Johnson as


Sandry


Rapture" and 'lThe Rats" the
Com(nmonw health Play ers
succeeded in delightfully


surprising us with two plays
"C(areful refreshingly different than any
recent production in Nassau.
A\lh..'iLh the plays in
construction and dialogue are
typically I english they came
across with practically no lack
of veracity on a Bahamian
stage and acted by a Bahamian


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"'tarefull Rapture" was
directed by Charles Bowleg and
all the acting was adequate.
Pat Bethel. who reminded
me of Sonia Cox. came across
well as Pegev Bowers the
to the 43-year-old Ted Desmond
Desmond played by Bill Wilson
who gave a convincing
p e r f or mn a n c e of a
man outwitwteld y a group of
women and not q.iite knowing
what had hit him.
Pamela Smith played Laura.
P L '.' s Aunt and although she
seemed a little stilted to begin
with she warmed iup
'. iti I I ll. as tthe play
progressed.
Joyce cooper handled her
role as Joan BIowers lPegy s


mother) excellently and the
ellect thile final subtle and
unexpected ending owed much
to Joyve's creditable build up.
Charlene Pickstock played a
very natural teenager and the
entrance of the mother's
mother played by Abbie
Lal-lcur was stupendous a
superb use of Abbie's showbiz
talents in a different medium.
"ihe Rats" by that Queen
ot Mystery. Agatha Christie,
was directed by Sonia Cox.
I lie set wa,,s e, llent and
the eerie musical introduction
inv oked tlie appropriate
feelings ot tear
Veima Johnson played a fine
leading lady (Sandry) to
(Charles BoIleg's David. The
action might have taken place
in llampsteaid, London but
there was nothing out of
wha, importation. The bitchiness
between Sandry and Jennifer
(played by a very .pl'i,. iated
Illinois Smith) needed no
translation from an [English to
a Bahamian context
Carl Bethel was superb in his
role as the mincing bitchy
clever homosexual. Hlie hit
exactly the right note and it
would have been a temptation
to parody this role. In the
-"Visitor" in July he dragged a
bit but in "I he Rats" he held
the stage magnetically.
All in all it was ani evening of
good. exciting, clean, light,
clever entertainment and
another feather in the cap of
the Commonwealth Plasi ..,-
POST BOXES ARE
STILL AVAILABLE
1111 Postmaster said today
that post office boxes are still
available tor rental at the
(General Post Office, East Hill
Street at S14 per annum for
thile small ones and S28 per
annumii tor the largest boxes.
I lie boxes are accessible to
customers at ainr time of the
dla ) night.
Applications for new boxes
should be made to the enquiry
counter in the western end of
the Post (i)t ice building.


Careless housekeeping in "Careful Rapture" as Pqggy (played by Pat Bethel) pours the
tea into the lap of her almost-fiancee Ted (Played by Bill Wilson).

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A COCKTAIL and luncheon reception at the East Hill
Club was held this week for visiting members of the United
States Congressional Appropriations Sub Committee who
were here to inspect pre-clearance facilities at the Nassau
International Airport.
The reception was hosted by the Minister of External


Laughter

in the

House
TIllRE ,AS LAlUGHTER
I rom in he Gil o erniiriment
benches in the House on
,ie dnesdal w hen Nassau Citl
1 .P Cleophas Adderles
tabled a question asking
Health Mini .ter V Loltus
Roker whether he was aware
"that expectant mothers are
required to deposit the sum
of S100 to reserve a bed itn
the public ward of the
Princess Margaret Hospital for
the purpose of having a
bab% ."
The laughter continued
when Mr. Adderley also asked
to be told "what provisions
hase been made for those
expectant mothers who are
unable to make a deposit for
S100 "
Save energy. If you
In another question tabled toff. That goes for ele
Wednesday Mr. Adderley air conditioners, heaters
asked the Government for an And your car, too. If you
itemised breakdown of the a minute, it usually save
cost of the Bahamas' engine and start up again
participation in the recent one of the best ways to t
London International Boat efficiency drive.
show.


Affairs, Mr. Paul Adderley, iii ....ia the Ministe'r of
Tourism, Mr. Clement Maynard, right.
Left to right are: Mr. Adderley, the American
Ambassador to the Bahamas, His Excellency Ronald I.
Spiers; Congressman Howard W. Robison (R-New York);
Congressman Joseph P. Addabbo (D-New York) and Mr.
Maynard.


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htlr ei rihutt


European hotel


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the Bahamas
tl \)1 I) ) Ma.cel Verdier. owner and general manager of
the timous Ho i cr,.r in vian-les-Bains, France 20 owners
anmd tnaan. dc s o if slome of tilhe most deluxe
csabhism,:ien,'in I :. and Belgitm have spent a week at the
Il .It :me: al J Ba i lI Ite lich leave Nassau today.
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nif course
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S h. i k: : o oill ere will tor the
SCn : onjd onseclitive ear
hs ic i: \ 1: o sponsor a course III Retail Sales
,, the S + 1 '^ .ind: \le iahtndisigte at lie ( R.
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THREE years ago Mr
Preston H- Albury. MP
(Rock Sound) was appointed
executive chairman to the
board of the Bahamas
Electricity Corporation
Conscious of the need to
train Bahamians. Mr Albury
at once embarked upon an
extensive programme of
training for engineers.
technicians and other


personnel lor positions o1t
responsibility within the
Corporation
His untiring etforts have
not been futile and barren
Today,. young. familiar and
endeasouring (aces can be
seen about the Corporation
participating in providing
energy for this young liatiio,
IN addition an appreciable
.umber of Bahamians is


pur suing studies in with senior members of
accountancy, engineering and B.E.C technical staff among
technology in institutions whom are many who have
overseas, recently been appointed io
Mr Albury announced nis key positions in tlhe
resignation as executive Corporation.
chairman to B.F C. recently
and in doing so he had kind Seated left to right are:
words of expression for the \fr. C. J. Mitchell, deputy
Corporation staff for their chief distribution engineer
endeavouring support. (Family Islands), Mr. Eric
Mr Albury is seen pictured Symonette, Family Island


superintendent. Mr Vincent
Johnson. director of
planning. Mr. Arthur Firth.
chief distribution engineer.
Mr Peter I Bethel. acting
general manager, Mr. Preston
H. Albury. M P Mr Kenneth
Sawyer, chief generation
engineer. Mr Hervis Bami.
chiet personnel officer and
Mr John Gibson. senior
planning engineer


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I ea > pt;soiinel in retail stores.
is onsidered a complete
S ,.n', I -3 Bernard
'; od~ I:. raining Officer of
S .i i (cirj B ihamianl 'on panies
li :i a: ami e the tutir.
S . r pent in liled to 20
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A, witih Jlassc's tIrom
i- 11 t p '!wo S eve'nlti s.
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--i, tan.i the C'hanmber
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TODAY IT D
TODAY IS Salunlli
January 26. There are l I( dx"
left in thle year.
Highlights in histt r i t
date:
1973 Ire ideni, ji ,,
Hlenry Kissinger s sur.s I
(Congress that it \vi ill be ule
before any firm cLunmitinells i,
made io North Vietnarnm o i 11,t-,
aid.
1472 Roman cath,,at. alit, .ir
leader, the Rev. Ianiel J. ein
is granted paroleIn trn ,t
prison.
1971 Soviet Ulnion n,,n,,,,,
unammed spacecraft has mad.i
sott landing on Venus
1970 C'ontract is signed -r
construction of hrldge oer l
Bosphorus.
1969 I fifteen persons ire
sentenced to death in Iraq as sni,,
or saboteurs in the sertic.e l )Ir ic
196H AAn Israeli sulmarne
pat rolling th e ,ster
Mediterranean is reported ii;,.
about ISO miles noitht i( pI
1964 -British I riips hbell,
do.iin mutinies h, African rop
fornier British chloois, ,.
I .tgany ika. Kenya and 1 gaid&
1963 Britain refuses to, qr,
the cost of developing I .s. sPil,
missile which British suhibutrjn,
siwould use.
1962 Americant spatI'r;i|t
designed tii laid sc,1,,tuh
instrument. t)n the m nin tr 1t(1
first time is launched.
1961 Britain and 1t'tedJ :
Republic resume full reliat ns.
1059 St Iltalian I'rT .initT
I aniani resigns.
1957 Kashmir oinisitutib;i F
lnclorptoratioi 'ith India a us
force.
1952 I anmius ShepihardJ
uotel in (C'airo turned h\ rlit q noh
demanding British \isthdr.i\ itnfq
thlii SiieI.
1947 gi\ pt breaks si
diplomatic relations witBll ritlin
i14 R assians defeat (i r'ans
:itl V,,r iiieih n1 world d itar 11
1942 I he first \tnrica
e x pedit on ar torte ar i,n
I unipe ill the Semuild V rirld 'ar
Shlie troo,,ps are put aishr vi
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study for a Bachelor of Arts Degree (B.A I in business
Administration and Economics at the L niersit( of South
(Carolina in Charleston.
The picture shows from left to right Joe (artwright,
assistant manager, G.B.H.. Mr 4Ienry Bowen MI P
congratulating Mr. Lowell Grant and on the right. Mr Peter
Street, general manager of the hotel
Mr. Grant's course has been sponsored b\ the Grand
Bahama Hotel and while in Charleston. Mr. Grant will be
residing at the Francis Marion Hotel which is part of the
Jack Tar Chain.

JOINT VENTURE
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IN TIll SLtPRIt M COURI NL
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NOTICE
THE QUIETING TITLES ACT 1959

1 1 0 All .,l.t i;nI'- owners and or occupilrs
2, All adverse Claimants

ihe Petition ot A. uiant I investments limlited II
r'ipc t oft
\LI T4iAT piece parcel or lot of lan1
S.ntainin 1-: 1 Four and Sixty-eight hundredth-
14.jS> Acres situate on Stocking Island ne.r
Geo(rge Town in the Island of Exuma one of til
sa Id Ba h uma I sl hands bounded
NORTIIIASTWARD)LY by the sea at High
Satlcr Mark and running thereon Five hundred
and Thirtx-seven and Forty-four hundredths
f 53 441 feet more or less
S(LTHEASTWARDLY by land the property o!
thl Petitioner and running thereon Two hundred
jitd NinetI-eight and Ninety-two hundredth-l
Qic I fe et more or Ie'
SOL I1\ I S I \\ ARDLY by land the property o!
theI Peititoner and running thereon Fivse htindrcd
and l-ilt\-file and 1 ighlty-seven htlit ilr diti,
S5 55.87) teet more or less andi
\ORTHWItSTWARDIIY hy land the property\
i Lawrence IeCwis Jr. anld running thereon FOui
huIndred and Forty-six and Ninety-fi\c
huindredths 144 .05) feet more or less which
-uid piece parcel or tract of land has such
position hobitundaries shape marks and dimensions
as arc siowIil on the diagram or plan filed in this
matter and is delineated on that part of the said
diagrami or plan which is coloured Pink.

Aimuam Ilnvestnients Limited claims to be the
owner of the tunincumbered fee simple estate in
possession of the said land and has made
application to the Spreme Court of the
Commonvwealth of tilhe Bahania Islands under
Section 3 of The Ouieting Titles Act 1959 to haze
its title to the said land investigated and the nature
and extent thereof determined and declared in a
Certificate of Title to be granted by the court in
accordance with the provisions of the said Act.
Copies of the plan of the said land may he
inspected during normal office hours in the
following places:
(a) The Registry of the Supreme Court, Public
Square in thie City of Nassau in the Island ot
New Providence.
(hb) The Chambers of Messrs. Carson. Lawsoin
Klonaris, Sawser & Knowles, 309 Bay Street
in the said City of Nassau. Attorneys for the
Petitioner.
(c) The Office of the Conmmissioner at George
Town. IN xt la., and
NOTICE is hereby given that any person having
dower or a right to dower or an adverse claim or a
claim not recognized in the Petition shall on or
before the 22nd day of February, A.D., 1974 file
in the Supreme Court and serve on the Petitioner
or the undersigned a Statement of his claim in the
pre-rinbed form verified by an Affidavit to be filed
therewith. Failure of any such person to file and
serve a statement of his claim on or before the
22nd day of February. A.D., 1974 will operate as a
bar to such claim.

CARSON, LAWSON. KLONARIS.
SAWYER & KNOWLES
Chambers
309 Bay Street. Nassau,
Bahatmas
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Children under 12, half price.

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UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF: THE HON. SIR MILO B. BUTLER,
G.C.M.G., GOVERNOR GENERAL OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF THE
BAHAMAS, THE HON. LIVINGSTON N. COAKLEY, MINISTER OF
EDUCATION AND CULTURE, HIS EXCELLENCY THE HON. RONALD
I. SPIERS, AMBASSADOR OF THE UNITED STATES.



ST. AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE


presents the



ST. JOHN'S UNIVERSITY


MEN'S CHORUS

AXEL THEIMER, Director
JAMFS MARCH, Accompanist


MONDAY JANUARY 28 th


Time: 8:00p.m.



GOVERNOR'S HALL

SHERATON BRITISH COLONIAL HOTEL


Minister hot under


collar over expenses


ST. JOHN'S CHOIR IN CONCERT MONDAY


By Abigail Van Buren
c 1974 B Chicago Tribune-N. Y. News Synd., Inc.
DEAR ABBY: Being a minister of the Word of God, I
don't have too many gripes, but when this individual ailed
me today to perform a funeral service for a friend of his
who doesn't even belong to my church. I blew my stack! I
would rather do ten sermons or ten weddings than one
funeral, and I'll tell you why.
Some people think nothing of spending $2,000 or $3,000
for a funeral, then they say to the preacher, "I won't
embarrass you by offering you money, so I'll just say,
'Thanks.' Or else they say, "I'll be around to see you
later." And that's the end of it.
This has happened to me so many times I am sick of
it. Ministers have expenses like everybody else, but most
people overlook that fact.
Thanks for letting me get this off my chest, Abby. And
don't sign me "Pastor,"-I am not! I am a . .
MINIST':ll OF GOD IN MINNESOTA
DEAR MINISTIEI I'm glad you w ere able to write to
me and get it off your chest. Only God knows what you
might have done with all that resentment and hostility.

DEAR ABBY: Count me as one grandmother who
would feel insulted if I were offered money to sit with my
grandchildren. I also babysit with strangers for pay, and I
could use extra money, but I would rather sit with my
grandchildren for nothing. PROUD G(ILANDMA
DEAR GRANDMA: Not all grandmothers can afford
that luxury. Let's hear it from Calgary. Alberta, Canada.

DEAR ABBY: I just read the letter from "Working
Mother" regarding paying the Grandmother for sitting with
her baby.
I have eight grandchildren, and for most of my married
life I have had to work to supplement my income. When
each of our three children married I made it clear that I
would be available to sit with their children in emergen-
cies, but any other time, I would expect to be paid the
same rate as any other sitter. This doesn't mean I don't
love my grandchildren, it just means my time is as valua-
ble to me as their time is to them, and I also need money
to live on.
The younger generation seems to think that grandpar-
ents have nothing but time on their hands, and they are
just dying to spend it on their grandchildren. My grandchil-
dren are frequent visitors to our home. They are always
welcome, and one of the little ones will stay overnight or
for a weekend just for a treat, but if their parents plan an
evening out and ask me to sit, they pay me the going rate.
I wouldn't have it any other way and neither would they.
"Working Mother" should remember that grandparents
are just parents grown a little older, a lot wearier, and no
wealthier. A GRANDMA LIBBER
Problems? You'll feel better if you get It off your chest.
For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. 69700, L. A.,
Calif. 90069. Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope,
please.
For Abby's new booklet, "What Teen-Agers Want to
Kow," send $1 to Abigail Van Buren, 132 Lasky Dr., Bev-
rly ils, Cal. 90212.


Cable Beach Branch at the

Halcyon Balmoral Beach Hotel

Opening Feb. 11th, 1974


BACLY
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T Ht E international
award-winning 40-voice choir
of St. John's University Men's
chorus from Collegeville,
Minnesota will present a
two-hour concert at the
Governor's Hall of the
Sheraton British Colonial Hotel
on Monday at 8:00 p.m.
[he choir, which last
performed in Nassau in
January 1968, appears under
the patronage of Governor
General Sir Milo Butler, Prime
Minister Lynden Pindling and
US Ambassador Ronald I.
Speirs.
The chorus is under the
direction of Mr Axel Theimer,
a native of Vienna, Austria. In
his earlier years, Mr Theimer
was a member of the famous
Vienna Boys Choir.
The concert, sponsored by
St. Augustine's College, with
which St. John's has traditional
ties, will be for the benefit of
the St. Augustine's College
Development fund.
Selections on the choir's
programme will range from
16th and 17th century motets
(sacred music, madrigals, and
classical works), to
contemporary foreign and
American works, including
spirituals and folksongs.
The lighter side of the
programme will include smaller
ensembles from within the
chorus, including a barbershop
quartette.
Tickets for the performance
are on sale at St. Augustine's,
Del Jane and the International
House of Music. Tickets will
also be available at the door on
the night of the concert.
Picture shows the choir
with Mr. Theimer at far right.

ACCOUNTANCY
EXAMINATIONS
RESULTS


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that JOAN VIPOND LONSDALE
of Lucky Hill, Eastern Road, Nassau is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas. anrid 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 19th day of
January 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that JOHN THOMAS ROUSSY of
East Bay Street, Nassau, Bahamas ( P. 0 Box N7789) 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
19th day of January 1974 to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P O. Box N7147, Nassau.



NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that EDNA WILSON of Blue Hill
Road, P. 0. Box N3416, Nassau, 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 19th day of
January 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ARNOLD SAMUEL
SIMMONS of P. 0. Box F-224, 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 26th day of Jan. 1974 to The Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, P. 0 Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that MACIUS EDOVORD of Lily
of the Valley Corner, Nassau. Bahamas is applying to the
Minister responsible for '], i .11.,T 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 26th day of
January 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.



NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that PROVINCE EUGENE
MICHAUD NE LE of YOUNG STREET. N P. 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 26th day of
January, 1974, to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. 0. Box N-7147, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that COLIN DAVID CLARK of
Nassau East Boulevard, 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 26th day of January
1974, to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. O. Box N-7147, Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ESTERLENA SMITH of Palm
Beach Street, 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 26th day of January, 1974 to
The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.
O. Box N-7147, Nassau.








Saturday, January 22. 1974


_i_ hr S hributh_


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SHIRLEY
Now showing thru
Thursday, "Executive Action"
matinees at 3 and 4.55 p.m.,
evening 8.30.
Starts Friday, "Cops and
Robbers" matinees at 3 and
4.55 p.m. wvening 8 30 p.m.
Parental discretion advised.
I rom the author of last
.,1ir's successful 'aper-comiedy
"the Hot Rock" comes "'Cops
and Robbers." an action spot
in the same vein.
"('op' and Rbbers.' "
written l) Donald I WVestlake,
(Cif (,,,rnnan and Joe Bologna
star as two hard P workg copk s
wh)i J1 c .de to tiecomo
rmimunals
Bologna. embarking 'n hi
roie il l :n im s c ,
holds up a liqu,, store a> !'-
venture and then 7it 'ts
(<; rn' ani whi bec mey h ',
assistantt i It . !
I i e liLn who dtle i 'ss 't'!
\ith their wagess i W he pf^a1
.'.re a!ing with the stotl7n.
around thlem make pln toI
swnd .a Matfa orgjnisaltion
(i 'r7'arl .contacts syn' J i.t'
te'Ce 5 l i i ', worth ot
hbca It h ':Ids IorIan andit i
split 2 ,
thie cop- choose a Wal
Sirce' limn on the daJ that a
;kr pe i parade is bheig hcid
+ r the \p-A.;l I 11 astro .naut
(laini~'g accVess b ctadilingl
to be in ,:vestigating a complain.
the ti', force U C 't 11Ive'
shephcied Strudwick anrd hl'
,,r',Itari' livn Holly to assist
Rcam:ng that the other
r'.i shreJ t ile [bod .nt.
".'e: IJtpe T h e du:nes
. ."v:r Ke R\t'i 't t lneoitlia
and also tell the l ops that


RAYMOND ST. JACQUES forces the Whitlocks Kevin
McCarthy and Dana Wynter to be a shield for him in "IF
HE HOLLERS LET HIM GO, which opens Wednesday at
the Savoy.


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WX LFF ROAD
Now showing g. I Escaped
From lDeXil's Island" plus
'-cross I 10th Street" Sunday,
showings continuous from 5
p in londa% and Tuesday
matinee contimuous from 2.30
p in evening h ,0. No one
under I- will be admitted.
Starts Wlednesday, "Fists of
the Double K plus "Today We


kill Tomrorrowi We Die."
miat inee continuous from 2
pi evening s 30 No onel
under 1" will be admitted.

SAVOY
Now showing thiru Tuesday,
I lie Queen Boxer" plus he
Slave Imnpress" Sunday thru
ITues-da I matinee continliluouts
from 2 45. evening S.30. Pluls
iate feature I tuesday night
Sednesdax thru Frid i\
The Deathmakers," plush "It
lie Hollers. Let Him Go
Matinee continuous from 1.45.
evening S.30 Plus late feature
Friday night
1: I l 11 Let i ;


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Si Ja ui~s. K.. Tj


Barbara McNair, opens this
week
Written, produced and
directed in colour by Charles
Martin. the Forward Films
production from Cinerama
Releasing Corporation presents
the suspense filled story of a
man, falsely convicted of rape
and murder who tries
desperately to prove his
innocence only to find
him tapped into an attempt to
murder the rich and beautiful
wife of a man who could save
his wife.
Ra ymond St. Jacques,
considered the newest Black
matinee idol. plays the leading
role ot an escaped convict who
is tempted, teased and trapped.
Dana Wy ntor plays the wife
oi a playboy, portrayed by
Kv'in McCarthy. who is the
target for death. In her motion
ip, ture debut. Barbara McNair.
inet of the world's glamourous
wunimen and one of the top
7'ingers and night-club
perftorme:rs, appears as Lily, the
girl who falls in love with St
Iacques.
their torrid love scene is
ite to be one oft the year's
nost talked about sequences
\rthur O' onnell appears in
a. special guest role as the
ptise.citor in the trial scenes
Other key roles are played bh
John Russell. Ann Prentiss.
Ri) al Dano. Steve Sandor.
S,,',I Sevaiolth and James
XAward winning composer
Sxani \ Fairn wrote one ( o
B.l'.,ir.,'s three songs.. "A Man
l.ias Io louve
St Jacquies plans his most
e-,nicmant role to date in "it
H! Hollers reCviously he
.itA ra tedl ini or .t tention tfo
ps crtrnrin.ce in .Black Like
e." Ihe Pawnbroker." and
I t e ( '!!edt ia s "


"THE
DEACON
WYLIE
REVUE"
g February 4th.
HOLMES REVUE!

SONNY JOHNSON
& THE SUNGLOWS
3 Shows Nightly

MUSIC FOR YOUR
DANCING PLEASURE
Jacket Required.


\lcMnbcr,' ',t th11 c '\c \
itMembrs .' tle 'Net
pL.i s i ch lle pro,-ud .
. 1 L I I tbl h -,I 1 9i r I i t n 1i ; Cl a k ,
.ill (l ,i r ctsll1 !1 i i i tll \\ c'itk.
Ihic piak .tfi pfi:t : tsd t
.1 pan n \rcIm i ttil h i..k
lI bting tinl- i*, i.,- i' n it .
'pai o tilh i i s \ ,iiii \:Ilt.i0 the
, a rca lith t Il N it u n i,' tle
nbmbile tame i
\t S island la R hi.l wii! .i' .
nt( e itic t i ei 1 ial i '!! !
acti ve group "1 l .i'i l .
failed 1 Irlendi , S.ii .N ilinds.
working kwith lhe pa itE 't, !1a
the OcCiUipalion -il hI u .i|A
Department.
I lhe tluncmni ,i e
Dtpartmenil is in ass-Is n ilthe
rehabitlitatlholn ol"t l c l ollic il
hv meaningl ul acti ti'cs.
i'he lkpmartmeutl dqlend,


heafil I ',n volunteers, who
tIldtl!t ,. il groups III such
pi, ts as: p tto tt c r
tbaket 'weaTing, rug making.
Ihian assemb)l painting,
st win and recreational
jctiv)itles.
Ihe tchemoe ot this ycar's
Mental ilraltli ceek is "''" young
People in a Young Nation" and
r ga1lisers ire scar Ihing lor
young people,. iCmen and
swomnn, to give a little of their
tnitte each week to k ,ki tour
th.'iCe a rcalits .
'A 1iet'ing is planned tor
edncieslda. febhtuar,. ait 10
a I at S a n d1i a n d s
Rehabilitatitn Centre to
taini lihaIr/e volunteers oIf all
ages with outi work and to
mlilt rotdu e ot ht'r ineIiers iof
tlie griotup. :Xn\ ''tie s li o is
interested will bc very welcome
at this mccii lIng.


IT'S THE many faces of veteran stage and screen actor
Richard Harris taken at his newly purchased house on
Paradise Island.
The British actor is living there with Ann Turkel to
whom he became engaged after five months of meeting.
Both Harris and Miss Turkel model turned actress -
love the new house a rambling colonial style mansion
previoulsy owned by millionaire Huntington Hartford.


( W ii ii NS ,3 S o\Ns sti'rt 7 p 111
NOW thru TUES *
AT 7.00 p.m.
"THE
UNDEFEATED"
starring
JOHN WAYNE
ROCK HUDSON
-AND AT 9.15-
"THE ROBE"
starring
RICHARD BURTON
VICTOR MATURE






Restaurant and Lounge
Now Serving Lunch From 11:00a.m.



:: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::: F en l B i
'til 5:00 p.m.
Starting Monday, January 28th.


Bahamian Dishes
American Dishes
Sea Food
Sandwiches

cocktail .......
Manager
:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Friendly B ig
Al Collie
Plenty of FREE Parking Social Hostess
Miss Penny Kemp

Serving Dinner 5 p.m.Till 1 a.m.
East Bay at the Foot of Bridge
Phone 32077


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NOW THRU I
inee 3:00 & 4-55, evening

NSTT mTu
WILL GEI
PARENTAL DISC
Reservations not claim
on first come. firs

Now thru Tuesday
Matinee starts at 2:45
Evening 8:30
QUEEN BOXER" PG.
Judy Lee


PLUS


"THE SLAVE
EMPRESS" PG.
Gianna Maria Canale
'phone 22534


NOW THR
Sunday continuous fro
Monday matinee continue(



R .'?a-
'us! "A FEW I
NO ONE UNDER


THURSDAY
ig 8:30 -'Phone 21004, 21005


A Nton.i Gtril Releas m
RETION ADVISEI.
ed by 8:15 will be sold
t served basis.

Now thru Tuesday
Sunday continuous from 4:30
Monday continuous from 3:00
THE STONE
KILLER" R.
Charles Bronson,
Martin Balsam
PLUS
"HAMMER" R.
Fred Williamson,
Vonetta McGee
No one under 17 admitted.


U TUESDAY
)m 5 p.m.--'Phone 34666
ous from 2:30, evening 8:30



Vu-td isia

BULLETS MORE"
ER 17 ADMITTED


PLUS! at 8:10
SEE IT
AGAIN AND AGAIN 1 >
5, ,DRercatWfragIistNc music





liLIE ANREW5* ICIK VAN BVKI
ALL AGES ADMITTED


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Starting
CLINT


WE'RE COPY CATS!

J i BRING IN



SAND SEE.
S. on the waterfront atELst
oC3CI Es nBay St. & William St.
_______ wPhone 5-4641


WHAT'S ON

-at the cinemas


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iturday, January 26, 1974


QhP Mribbmt


CLASSIFIED


SECTION


CLASSIFIED ADVS. BRING RESULTS-FAST
TO PLACE YOUR ADV. TELEPHONE 21986 EXT. 5
M .101.1m I _


REAL ESTATE REALESTATE

;13355 C13343
WESTWARD VILLAS 3 bed-
rooms 2 baths, furnished. 4 BEDROOM 2 b
riced so low, ., in,ii-,.. house $2,000 00
Asking only $32,000.00, rights Balance in 15 years
o Sandy Beach. 34471 after 6 p.m.
FOUR PI-.L P OO1. 3 BATHS--
- furnished, heated swimming C 13321
00ol enclosed garage rights BUY A LOT
andy beach only in EASTWO(
$67,500,00. Contact or
DAMIANOS 22033, 22305. ii rrorJ MEAD(
Evenings 41197. Call Frank Car.


BUY NOW!
SAN AN)ROUS
LOTS
14,500
sq. FEET! T
Almost 1/3 acre
$45 DOWN, $45 per MONTII
CALL OR VISIT
FRANK CAREY
REAL ESTATE
P. O. Box N4764
BAY & DEVEAUX ST.
TEL. 27667, 24815

C13294
LOT 118 1. l55 Muntag-,
Hecihts
Lot 100 x 115 (Gl-riistoun
Gardens.
Phione 5-8512.

Ci13351
ATTRACTIVE hilltop
residence Eastern Districts 3
bedrooms, 2 baths, living room.,
during l 00om. poich, patic,
Kitchen, laundry. Also
ch. 1ming9 guest suite on ground
flo-i. Lot 101 ft x 185 ft.
$110,000 furnished.

De3-rable hilltop tv.ou-storey
!cldence Montaqu Beach
ac.1 2 bedrooms one bath.
liv'g room, dining room,
pato, kitchen, laundry maid 's
b'rnroom. ,$?27.100 fulnishedn
Jhjrming Cable Beachl
r eidence near the sea. 3
!bedoom',, 2 t)athi (roi'n large
.. 'I l it- rlic
S. c rpoit i t 00 t. ;
V)" i :. $'5 .000 iiiu shted.
SG CHRISTIE LIMITED
Phlnme: 210-1 2'3 "1

C135/
SKYLINE 4 hedtooms 3
baths, plu' m aid (l | ual teris.
2 _ri spacious qi funds
Co'!--al Air AND 2-storey
HuI-e rcorntaining two separate
unt for Guest F furnished All
this. ir only $150,000.00
C LE BLACIH
.-.. rontage. 6 bedrooms
sx baths furnished on a cliff
gorgeous views, good
swimming high liass living
ideal for executive t' so' hilte.
Was $175,000.00 now only
$125.00000. Needs a good
paint lob.
NICK DAMIANOS,
DAMIANOS REALTY
22033. 22305,. 22307,
L v e n i s 1 ,I I .

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DAVSON'S REAL ESTATE
CO. LTD
(Certified Real Estate Brokers
& Appraisers)
Phones 21178 55408
P.O. Box N-4648,
Nassau, Bahamas
Proudly present
SMASHING REAL
ESTATE BARGAINS
THROUGHOUT THE
COMMONWEALTH
2, 3 and 4 BEDROOM
HOUSESS in the following
areas.
EASTERN ROAD
EASTERN ROAD on the
water as well as on the hills.
SAN SOUCI
BLAIR ESTATES
GLENISTON GARDENS
WINTON
THE GROVE (West Bay)
SKYLINE HEIGHTS
NASSAU EAST
SEA BREEZE
VILLAGE ROAD
GOLDEN GATES
HIGHLAND PARK
PROSPECT RIDGE
WESTWARD VILLAS
CONDO M INI U M
APARTMENTS in PARADISE
ISLAND
EAST BAY STREET
I4EST BAY STREET
HOTELS and HOTEL SITES,
BEACH LOTS, COMMER-
CIAL LOTS, RESIDENTIAL
LOTS
ACREAGE FOR
DEVELOPMENT IN THE
NASSAU AND FAMILY
ISLANDS SUCH AS GRAND
BAHAMA LONG ISLAND
ELEUTHERA, ABACO.
45 ACRE CAY IN THE
EXUMAS WITH DEEP
WATER HARBOUR AND
MORE
CALL
DAVSON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENCY
Phone 21178 or 80932 21178
P. O. Box N-4648
Nassau. Bahamas


C 13043

TRAVELLING?

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


APPROVED PASSENGERR
RIGHiTS
....,


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bathroom
down.
s. Phone




OD

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ey


td 2 /66 / or 248 15
Frank Carey
Real Estate
Box N4764
Bay & Deveaux Sts.

C13356
AN ESTATE with four
lovely houses- approx. 5 acres
with 312 feet BEACH FRONT
Cable Beach being the
GOLD COAST. Houses can be
sold individually. See is to
appreciate. By appointment
please contact.
NICK DAMIANOS
DAMIANOS REAL ESTATE
Dial 22033, 22305, 22307.
Evenings 41197.

L WANTS TO SHARE
C13334
U.K. Male 26 requires 2nd to
share 3 bedroom cottage.
Ivanhoe Road. Tel 54859 after
5.

FOR RENT
C !30h8
COTTAGES arid apartments
daily, weeklv or monthly
.11, snditioned, fully furnished,
maid sorv P available. Loveiy
(ardenoi ra d swimming pool
Telephone 31297. 31093.

C13016
LOWER FLOOR two-storey
stone building situate on
Corner Providence Avenue and
Albury Street, Chippingham,
formerly Self Service Food
Store. Tel. 35053 Edward
Chea, Dunmore Avenue.

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

C 132 71
COMPI ETELY furnished
apartments, Blue Hill Road,
South. One block south of
Soldier Road East of the new
Primary McPherson School.
Rent $235. per month, Phone
2 3287.
(13296
ATTRACTIVELY furnished one
bedroom apartment,
alircornditio ed, fully carpeted,
T.V. Antenna, automatic
waliei arnd d ryer. $200. Phone
5-8 12.

C1 3295
FURNISHED two bedroom
duplex apii tment, enclosed
gaI l d c completely
or 11 rld it loned, automatic
w.isher, no pets. $260. Phone
5,3512.

C13319
-EMI-FURNISHELU 3 bedroom
2 bath house Sunset Park off
Carnichael Road. $320 per-
.,.',il, Phone 5-3605.

L 3339)
(,I J 3 bedroom 3 bath
al),tinrenti Phone 41177 from
1 i. tof)i ) p.m, only PLEASE.

t 1. 20
ON5 E b,-dr o(rim apartment,
unf rit wished. South Beach
I states. Phone 2-1071, Mis.
WVatson from -5 p.m.

: 13099
''THE WAKEFIELD
APARTMENTS" Corner
Coideaux Avenue, Englerston.
S arid Two-bedroom
apartments, completely
furnished.
Telephone daytime 28272,
after o.00 p.m. 53418.

c13341
1 BEDROOM apartment,
completelyy furnished, wal! to
wall carpeting, aiiconditioning,
laundromat. TV, off Shirley
Park Avenue. Available
February 1st $200. Phone
5 4684.
C13362
FURNISHED two bedroom
apartment, Rosetta Street,
Palmdale Call 3.2036.

C13348
FURNISHED one bedroom
apartment walking distance
from town, newly furnished
and decorated. Available Feb
1st, TV antenna. Phone
5-7229.


C13047
WOLSEY HALL
THE OXFORD CORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE
'%haIc er rhe ,qualjihalt. on ou anr
r, ( I( and leeve a London
Sinuetii ni|gree. Profrer onali x-
inio" iI Bu,ince, Slaudle 5koleN
Ctll tt roi.dcd fm I 94 WlItii'ii'ou
A oonu t n ro o v-
** S "" c tiin)at'nnofnln)'tra paN '
% ., .,. ... "I. f,,.r 'i nccs For
S ..i.c. Hall ludents
im| R h hno''n degrc-i, have
( c, the o .icncer-miingin
he -rril crlrienti nii nci n lthodt' of
i t ,h rhjnnnnr irm.l nnnf, e arcd
|1f t I lh tu tO nIo wet \ou prveme 4

I1 'ou a"( to kno ho. to
pnlrcp i c toI a.nn v ui. l nfuturei
lie orA a rI prospnlu% o1
DL K Up l LV M I
\^ i~nM~nMM~ig I


FOR RENT


C13360
I unfurnished 3 bedroom
apartment, has telephone, nice
area. Phone 54868.


C 13098
"MAUDONNA APART-
MENTS" Corner Mt. Royal
Avenue and Durham Street,
Two-bedroom apartments,
completely furnished.
Telephone daytime 28272,
after 6.00 p.m. 53418.

IN MEMORIAL
C13361


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In loving memory of my
adopted mother, Blanche
Wilson Bowleg, who departed
this life on January 23, 1967.
Eternal rest grant to her 0
Lord
And let perpetual light shine
upon her.
May she rest in peace.
Alfreda Butler.
C13358


-^ ^

In fond and loving memory of
our beloved sister Helena who
departed this life on Jan. 25th
1973.
The blow was sudden the
shock severe
Of always those you love so
dear.
Amid the trials that she met
Amid the thorns that pierced
her feet
One thought remains
supremely sweet.
Thou thinkest Lord of her
Thou thinkest Lord of her
Thou thinkest Lord of her
What need she fear when thou
wast near
Thou thinkest Lord of her
Left .o mourn 6 sisters, I
brother.

C13352


IN LOVING Memory of our
dear brother Mr. Irvin C.
Seymour. who passed away
24th January 1972.
Left to mourn: Wife, four
daughters, parents, 11 sisters, 3
brothers and host of relatives
and friends.
Sadly missed by family.
C13312


IN LOVING Memory of our
dear husband and father MR.
THOMAS H. KNOWLES, who
departed thi life 26th
January 1973.
Time "heals" they say, and
maybe it does.
But memories last and so does
love.
Deep in my heart you are living
yet.
I love you to dearly to ever
forget.
Left to mourn: Wife Maria
Knowles, ten (10) sons (4) four
daughters, four (4) sisters, one
(1) brother, 30 grandchildren
and many relatives and friends.


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

%RATA/
APPROVED CARGO
RIGHTS


I FURAL SERVICES


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FUNERAL services for the late
Caroline Saunders of Ross
Corner will be held at Wesley
Methodist Church, Baillou Hill
Road on Sunday January 27th
at 2:30 p.m. Interment will
follow in Western Cemetery.


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

C 13038.
BLACK CHEVROLE-
CAPRICE in excellent
condition. L. J. Knowles, Tel:
58134.

C13317
1969 VIVA GT. Standard
shift. Good running condition.
$550.00. Phone 21349
between 9:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m.
Owner leaving

C 13299
6 cylinder DODGE DART.
Excellent running condition,
good interior, radio, $700.
Phone 5-4380 Palmdale.

C1333b
1970 V.W. STATIONWAGON
one owner only. Low
mileage $2,600. Phone Mr.
Brown 2-8661. Res. 5-2056-

C13330
ECONOCARS
Best used-car values, including
clean, low-mileage, late-model
vehicles
1973 MORRIS MARINA
2-door. G.T. U.S.A. model.
Radio. Automatic
Transmission, seat belts. ONLY
10,727 miles. LIKE NEW.
$3,200
1970 FIAT 850 SPECIAL
Good condition $900
1971 TOYOTA CROWN
STATION WAGON, automatic
transmission, radio $2,500
1972 MORRIS WOLSLEY
1300 4-door sedan, standard
transmission, good condition
$1,400
1970 SINGER VOGUE 4 door
seda' Automatic transmission.
radio. Enqine recently
overhauled $1,300.
1971 TRIUMPH HERALD
standard transmission $1,100

1971 FORD CAPRI. New
paint lob, radio $1,600
1969 TOYOTA COROLLA,
standard transmission, radio,
Newly painted and upholstered
$900
1971 INTERNATIONAL
PICKUP truck $1i,600

1971 CHEVROLET MALIBU
4-door, 6 Cylinder engm.in
radio, airconditioning. A- 1
condition $2,600
1967 PLYMOUTH FURY 111,
4-door sedar, automar'.i
transmission, radio, ait
conditioning $1,500

1973 FORD ESCORT VAN
like new. Only 11,000 miles
$2,200
1 969 RAMBLER
AMBASSADOR, automatic
transmission, radio $600
1973 CHEVROLET NOVA
4-door sedan.Oily 5,000 miles,
radio, air conditioning, etc.
$4.,700
1970 PLYMOUTH VALIANT
A-i condition, radio,
automatic transmission, air
conditioning $2,600

1970 FORD F350 pickup
truck $2,000

ECONOMY CARS LTD.
Fiat & Toyota Sales
and Service
Dowdeswell
P.O. Box N1382
Telephone: 2-1322

FOR SALE


C13220
Quantity of crockery ana
cutlery suitable for restaurant
use. Reasonably priced. Phone
32233.

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


C13349
GOLD and white striped sofa
and 2 matching lounge chairs.
excellent condition. Phone
5-7229.


FOR SALE


C13298
FOUR CUSHIONED Love Seat
(seats two) newly recovered
$85.00. "Like New" Dark
Brown Leatherette Recliner
includes electric massage unit
$110.00. Phone 5-4380

C13345
CURVED Sofa 3 pieces and
table. $225. Phone 31318.

C13342
SIX MONTHS old. Set Wilson
X-31 golf clubs. Three
MacGregor Woods. $200.
Telephone 3 1386.

C13285
ARRIVAL OF CITY POWER
TO ELEUTHERA
PLACES
14.5 Kwt Lister Generator
in EXCELLENT condition
For sale at BARGAIN PRICE
$3,600.00
*14.5 Kilowatt Lister
Generator bought in Maich
1972 and used less than 6000
hours. CLr.-fully maintained
and inspected every week to
keep it in prime condition.
Also Bargain
* 1,000 Gallon Storage Fuel
Tank in top condition. $330
Also Bargain
* Pump to get diesel from
storage tank to feeder tank $470

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

* Plus FREE trucking tank and
generator to desired port in
Eleuthera
L=-- .1
Contact:
Mr. Richard Rolle
Ext. 20 or 15. Governor's
Harbour, Eleuthera.


CARD OF THANKS
C13338
THE F/ .! 'iiY of the late
MRS. EDITH TURNQUEST
KNOWLES, who was buried
Jan. 18th. 1974 wish to thank
the many relatives and friends
for the flowers, cards and
sympathy during their recent
bereavement.

MARINE SUPPLIES

C13353
YACHTS AND BOATS LTD.

CHRIS CRAFT

CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS


AVON INFLATABLES

SEAGULL OUTBOARDS


23 foot Chris-Craft Lancer
with 225 H.P. in board Chris.
v-o irns boat was delivered
new for Xmas 19702, just a year
ago. Has had little use and is as
new. Extras include, auto bilge
pump,. V berths, bow rail,
carpet, Bimini top and aft
cover, hour meter, spare prop,
ship-to-shore, auto. Fire
extinguisher and more. Special
offered, duty paid, $8900,00.

35 foot Chris-Craft Sea Skiff
sport fisherman with twin 210
H P. Chris. V-8's. This boat has
just had over $6000.00 spent
on her in Florida arid is as new.
Extras include, 75w. Simpson
ship-to-shore Bimimi top.
cockpit covers, all new vinyl,
I im tabs, auto. charger alairm
system, hot water, transom
platform, ladders, spare props
antd much more. An excellent
boat in top condition
$ 1 .000.00.

AT THE DIVE SHOP

Slightly used Scuba set
Completely overhauled U.S.
divers, calypso regulator, tank
with reserve, cam back pack,
complete $125,00 so hurry.
also double tank contour back
pack for $1500 All at
Nassau's most complete dive
shop. The shop with the Dive
Flag Awning.
P. O. Box N1658
Telephone 24869
C 13322
15 FT. Jupitei runabout with
50 HP Merctiy and rnumnerous
accessories. Immac late
condition with new trailer.
$2100. Call 31180.

C13323
12 FT fibreglass Niagara sailing
dinghy, fully equipped with
trolley. Ideal for youngsters.
$150. Phone 31180.

C13291
IF IT FLOATS WE HAVE
IT1
All sizes, sail or power.
Contact
international Yacht Sales
Miami, Florida
Tel. (305) 758-0049

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


C.i 894
1969 31ft. CHRIS CRAFT
Commander. Sleeps six, private
shower, two 230 h.p. engine ,
with less than 200 hours,
kitchenette, good condition.
Call 24267, 54011.


BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
C13304
E S T ABLI S HED
RESTAURANT Type
Business, for sale located busy
intersection, excellent
potential. Price Negotiable,
Phone 3-1165.

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


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

C13329
BOOK AND PENCIL CENTRE
Market Street South. School,
Artist and Stationery Supplies.
Phone 5-2011.


PETS FOR SALE

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

C13324
K-9 Dogs, Trained Guard Dogs
for Business Protection.
K-9 Police Dogs for individual
Protection. Satisfaction
Guaranteed. Franchise
information available. Call
(813)822-6678.

PETS
C13325


DUE to unexpected travel
MARY ANN O'BRIEN of the
Bahamas Obedience Training
School regrets not being able
to hold 'winter' classes. A new
session will be held
immediately after Easter. For
further information please call
31303.

[ LOST
C 13366
FEMALE DOG medium brown
lost in the area of Ivanhoe
Road just off Mackey Street.
Answers to the name of Bingo.
Reward offered. Please phone
22098. 53581 or 58678.

WANTED

C13354
ACREAGE Carmichael Road
from 5 to 25 acres send in
your listings and low down
cash price.
NICK DAMIANOS
Damianos Realty,
Dial 22033,evenings 41197.

HELP WANTED
C13316
'.1TURE experienced lady for
small downtown office. Typing
and simple accounts.
Telephone 2-4777 for
appointment.

C13286
IBM DATA CENTRE
SERVICES
Has immediate position
availablee in Nassau.
PROGRAMMER/ANALYST
Successful applicants will be
h,., ,',,j i fam iliar with
systems and programming
design and implementation of
vnied commercially oriented
1i1pp1 aintions.
EXPERIENCE
Position requires a minimum of
five (5) years experience in
s y stems design and
piogiaimm-nig. Applicant must
have experience in COBOL,
BAL and RPG.
IBM OFFERS: Hospitalization
and insurance programmes,
paid vacation, attractive
starting salary and excellent
advancement opportunities.
Interested applicants should
call Mr. McFadden at 32351
for personal interview.


C13337
CAREER opportunity for
Senior Clerk with good
command of English in our
Fleet Allocation Department.
Under Supervision, successful
applicant will be required to
maintain records, compile
statistics and prepare reports.
At least one reference to
accompany applications, which
should be made in writing,
giving details of age, education,
experience, present salary, etc.,
to: The Administrative
Assistant, Navios Corporation,
P. 0. Box N-7796, Nassau,
Bahamas.


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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 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.

C13332
BUS GIRL
BUS GIRL with lots
experience for restaurant -
club on Delancy Street. Must
live nearby. Hours 9 p.m. 4
p.m. Mr. Richard 22325.

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


C13350
MANAGER required for Out
Island cottage colony and
marina. Must be fully
experienced in catering
industry and have ability to
train school leavers in catering.
Salary with commission,
commensurate with ability and
experience.
Apply Green Turtle Club, Box
270, Green Turtle Cay, Abaco.


HELP WNTLP


C13340 .
GARDENER and H.ndyman
age 25-15 -- Monday to
Saturday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. -
some nights, I no.es 2-8511.
C13359
FEMALE CREW -- Sailing
Bahamas in beautiful 40 ft.
Sloop. Share small expenses.
See Gail Paulson aboard 'Mar
Lur' anchored off Nassau
Yacht Haven.

POSITION WANTED
C13331
EXPERIENCED Office
Clerk-Typist available any
evening after 6 p.m. Own
typewriter. Will type at home
in strictest confidence. Call
L -2 q

TRADE SERVICES

C13045

P nde4 r C ustom s

frok4eraa,, Ld.
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.


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C 13039
S 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.
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I NTERPRETER/RECEPTION-
1ST M1ust 10peak and write
both German and Enqlish.
accurate typist, pelfortil
general clerical dutie., possess,
good telephone personality and
act as receptionist for mar'
office
ACCOUNTANT Must have 3
to 5 years experience in all
aspects of cash management.
maintain accounts payable and
receivable. prepa if :r ri( al
staternenpit afNd p.iV, 1",: 1
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Accounting.
Qualified applicants should
reply to: Oceanic De' Sud. P.
0. Box F- 2560, Freeport,
Grand Bahama.


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f-THOROSCOPE
j 7Y from the Carroll Rightr Institute

GENE RAL FLNDENCIES: Until mid-day you
S find delays. and obstacles are likely to attend
whatever you try to do Have patience and wait until early
evening before trying to reduce your ideas to a workable
success Make plans for the future
A-RIES (Mar 21 to Apr 19) You can handle duties well
during daytime but in the evening gwive your attention to loved
one Show that you are a good person
1.A[RUS (Apr 20 to May 20) Don't rely on friends in the
morning to further your personal goals since they are busy
with own affairs Acquire more self-rehliance.
(1-MINI ( May 21 to June 21) Make sure to handle
important chotes early in the day Attend the social tonight.
Make sure your appearance is in good taste
MOON ( HILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Study new ideas
and get the opinimn of experts before you put them in
operation A new associate could give wrong advice.
110 (Jul, -'2 to Aug 21) Use good common sense and
forget your intuitive promptings which are apt to be erroneous
today> Don't argue with mate during the day
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept 22) Avoid one who opposes you
in the afternoon or you could nrn into trouble. Improve your
health and put more elegance into your life
LIBRA (Sept 23. to Oct : -\t'-nJ to errands early so that
you can later join good tnriends at recreational activities.
ngage in ,reative w,)rk tonight
SCORPIO (Oct 2' I toNov -1'I) Once your important duties
are done engage in satisfying activities Try to please yourself
more than other, at this time
SACITARILS (\ov 22 to Dec 21) Show mate you are
most devoted ;o ,onie entertaining at night and add to your
prctnt roster ol trIends Show you have poise.
( \PRi ()R\ Dec 22 to Jan 20) Much care min motion has
to !,e exercmsed today and tonight to avoid unnecessary
expenses Bu, wisely and watch your money
\u)L ARI 'S (Jan 2 1 to F-eb 19) Do something
*,natuactive about improving your surroundings early in the
tLi htInve to morfe harmony with miate this evening
PlIS(CS (f eb 20 to, Mar 20) lake steps to promote your
"\^!lfnt ideas today lnmprove your appearance Latter part of
,.J.i is chest tor recreation
li YO _R ('CHILD IS BORN IO)DAY he or she has to be
taught to do some investigating before taking action on any
enIdcavor 1 here is a \ery ood nature here and others could
a!\ take advantage ot \otr youngster if not fortified with
right teaching and the ahillt\ to defend self. Combine the ideal
Aith the' practical for success
"lhc Star inpel, they do not compel What you make of
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"Let me know if your psychiatrist agrees with my
diagnosis that you're a bit on the balmy side."


FOR SALE

CG628
35)' Sailboat, $b5,000. Phone
Fweepoit 352-2265


HELP WANTED
(. t,1)3b
VA( ANCY f)r a qualified
GenerI! Motors AUTOMO-
TIV- t t ELECTRICIAN. Must
hold fr diagnosing and repairing
,1itomotive ele( trical systems.
(3e familiar with schematic
d&agaqms on all General Motors
prodtuts anid test equipment
ircludnig safety equipment as
per U S Law. Apply to:
Gerwtal Manager, Five Wheels
of Grand Bahama Ltd.,
Freeport. Telephone Number
352 /001
C()o31
LAND SURVEYOR with at
least [1 yeats experience. Must
he quaified to practise land
Surveying within the British
Commonwealth. Duties include
the 'exec(ution of Cadastral
Su rveys,. Engineering Surveys,
Topogwaphic Surveys, some
Hydioquaphic Surveys, etc.
Apply: R. Warren & Associates
Ltd P O Box F-836,
FrerIlo', Grand Bahama


BOi)Y AND PAINT MArj,
own tool. 5 yedar', experience.
Kent M)tuits, Box F-384,
f re iport 3!2-7231.
(6 0A.16
PRODUCTION SUPERVI-
SOR Five years or more
expert letc e in Ba k ery
pI cdu(t ion Must be
competent in all Bakery job
Satenoi ie',, have valid Driver's
Licence; Police and Health
Cei tificate; also Letter of
Reference from former Bakery
employer; basic High School
education
Apply 1i: writing to: The
Manager. Grand Bahama
Bakery Ltd Queen's Highway,
P O Box F-797, Freeport,
Giand Bahama
C6647
KI T C H E N UTILITY
WORKERS: To work morning
or evening shift Wash and
scrub all kitchen equipment,
floors, walls, iceboxes, etc.'
Must be willing to do heavy
duty woi k
HOUSEMEN : To assist
Maids, also to do heavy duty
work cleaning all public areas
and staff quarters of hotels.
Police Certificate required.
DINING ROOM CAPTAIN:
Experont ed in French Service;
minimtnum of three years as
Captain in first class hotels or
restaurants Good references
required and Police Certificate.
Apply: Oceanus Hotels Ltd.,
Personnel Dept., Royal Palm
Way, P. O. Box F-531,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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Saturday, January 26, 1974

Rupert and Raguetv Aga


bhe GrtbunP
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The Chums ask F3rmer Turmutt's peim ssion to
fix up Odmedod in the field By all means.'
says the farmer, who is busy filling the panner
basket of a donkey. The plough;ng is
finished now. And when you ve done. come
back and see me." Rupe:t and Rollo carry
the se3 ec ocw ac oss the furrows and when he


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has been firmly f;xed in the earth, they stand
b3ck ',o admire him. He looks splendid I
says Rollo He must be the most handsome
sca-ecrow in Nutwood." "I think so too."
Em les Rupert. And although Odmedod says
nothing. he seems to blush at such praise
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE


ACROSS 26. Truman's
birthplace
1. Girl's name 27 Rocky peak
4. Musical 28. Furious
perception 30 Cross stroke
7. Inclined walk on a letter
11. Medley 32 Definitely not
13. Source of 33. Beloved
indigo general
14. Crass 34. Enrol
15. Inquisitive 35. Portly


16. Twinkler
17. Athena's
shield
19. Bitherly love
22. Pinch
24. Leaflet


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42. Fruit
44. Cry
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48. Legal matter 4. Abstract being
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of disgust 1. Andy's pal 6. About
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9. Errand
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20. Phosgene and
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S24. Friend
32 25. Sioux
29 Argue
31. French coin
36. Lohengrin's
W1 J7 139 1 40 bride
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39. Stake
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41. Generation
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Saturday, January 26, 1974


thlie (ribtttl


it \IMOR niddleweiczht Ike
h,,ks is a saitis hied hoxt. "'I
iwauted to show% himn hw nix
hiothct fel when he knocked
lum out." he said last might
,llowsinte his seventh round
hrij.. i k tal knockoult ( t
nitddleweight Kid Bait
'I got mt rcenge.' c hc said
I:i Bdrr's knokoutit
ic toii t Joe Ilioks. his
br, Ihcr "I ,anted to fihti
Bairr ,th(ut I V.s- weeks ,ai' hut
thc held it hack."
Barr li-i ear in his Miani
Bc..i debhut stopped Joe in
the fourth round of d six

Ike hJi not like the
-h i.i dnd itit cedi aIt !c
i, Il ,iI the dCCIsi W
,tcpped into the ring titnci
Sti L at Barr.
"M\ hirthel iw\as not tin
-,hapi and he uot tired. satid
Ike. .t:d Baii aid the bohtih
on hun "
"lniihi: I made hnri
thiro ever\ thing out Hei
thountht ihe had me. te hit 'm
S .1 'uplk ot t nine',s but h
never shoo,0k icI up," said Ikec
,,a ou rii i cheers froni hI",
newl tounid ans..
1" stai.gercd. but. I'm 1a pr,
,ntd I'e hu ni rouitnd tor II\C
\car.s so I knows that kind ot
stutt-" hc said ot Barr's

\inoiinced as heing a 147
poundei thliree nd a halt
less than Bair Ike proved
h ard To nterntc ind wkith.
His deicrinneid stand canic
to h cead in the seventh
round when hc utnlcashed a
voilleol oi tiihtnatitits sendmitg
Ban woblhhiin to the canvas
anid his onuth piccc tlKing
ouit the inMg.
(crOggs Ban tbeit the
CoUnt hut when uectree
(;Gerg e WilI'e oIrdcred
"ho\" harr snili had *nit
re.gained his t lti poistu ti ll\
Ike rushed train his neutral
,Crner and sa gio ing i toi
the kill when V\ ilmioeC. at
1 51. stopped the h lut
"Barr had the n h ti all thc
wa> and he gotl tau.Jit t i'. ilt .
right hand that tie sh uldn't
haw'e been caught t nd
ittantageC Marts ('uiildstei i
"Hle as sent in to lak. i
Ceas, in that round .md ;iii
it oflf in the citgthi i io J. II
guess t e ti oo, k it ti-,, ea I
dIoppcd that riht hand 1 1

\ot that Barr did td ni


perform upi I tto stand-. u but
"'1 w. would have liked toc sc
himn throt that iight
upperciit more and he did not
get it delivered," Goldstein
said. "Hlie was a little more
wary of Ike than he should
have been."
(,oldstcm wants a rematch
with Ike "to een the score."
Ike acc epts that in order to
he a good tiil I one must
perform throughout the

"Ytou can't worr. ahb ut
w ihe home town t tans Ieel.
I kinow th "re not gomng to
teel good about itme hut alt c
tonight I think the,'li love
mie
IN preliminary hiuts lat
night Rosc,,e Bell took -i
technical kiinoc kout victors
,,er Anghelo Al who haid to
qutt with a sprained linger
%M unh iIliI d f: II- w ,nI ,I
I!unaitnont dciccsionit over \ l
\oss in a si\ rounder
i't tur \ I ( 1 I \ 1 l ,t \

GOLF
1 'ti R handicapper Juni
Duncoimbe deiends thits lhdi\
and Silversmith floating trophti
tomorrow in an 18 hole stroke
plain Bahanas Amateur Guit
I lub tournament at theT
Paradise Island Golf course.


The blow (above) that put Barr down (below)


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Barr gets one back


PL.\'IFR COACH Wenty
Ford of the Nassau Guardian
burned a game high of 23
points and captured 20
rebounds .while Gladstone
Thurston ot thle Nassau
Tribune added 10 points
leading the writers to a 53-43
victory o\er the announcers
in last night's B A B.A.
radio/press game.
Ford's etfort clearly earned
him the most valuable player
of the match.
It was evident going into
the final two quarters that
the radminen had no chance
of regaining the
championship which they
won last season Top
performance b\ Ford




LEFT: Philtip Bethel of
R.M. Bailey High snatches a
rebound from St. Augustine's
College Jeffery Collie enroute
to their 62-56 over S.A.C.
James Clarke scored 12
points in the second quarter
and Tyrone Hamilton added
six as Bailey High took the
lead 33-25 and held an easy
going ten point lead going
into the final five minutes.
S.A.C. closed the gap to
five points but were unable to
stop the determined Bailey
High who won their fourth
game in seven played.


together with the rebounding
of Ivan Gaitor kept the press
ahead throughout. Gaitor
captured 16 rebounds.
Radio Bahamas' S.
Burrows scored a team high
of 22 points for the losers.
Sportscaster Kirk Smith
handled 1i1 rebounds.
Rodney Bowe added 10.
The pressmen are now
ready for the second leg of
competition, They meet the
winners of the coaches/offic-
ials encounter.


OAK IS House six-foot-one,
160 pounds all-high school
athlete Kevin Rolle
demonstrated his versatility
yesterday winning two of
events and placing second in
the other for a total of 20
points to win the victor
ludorunm award in the senior
boys division of the C. C.
Sweeting High inter-house
track and field meet.
Oakes Hlouse which
successfully defended their
championship with a total of
389 points got their second
outstanding performer in the
person of Judymae Miller who
tied with Laverne Jackman of
Bethel IHouse for the vitrix
ludorum in the senior girls


Hooked! Kid crumples




under Ike onslaught


bv GLAI)STONE THUJRSTON LI


By IVAN JOHNSON
McALPINE WILL again
attempt to move top of the
BFA league table when they
meet the unpredictable
Paradise at Clifford Park in
tomorrow's feature BFA
Sunday League game.
McAlpine's reign at the top
was short lived when the Lions
beat the Dynamos last week to
head the table with 13 points
from 7 gaines: McAlpine one
point behind have 12 points
from 7 gaines.
However, with just three
games remaining, lurking in
third position waiting to
capitalise on a slip by the Lions
oi McAlpine are Paradise with
9 points from 7 games.
If Paradise could clinch 2
points with a win tomorrow
it would throw the
championship wide open.
"The boys are really
determined to win tomorrow,
especially as McAlpine are our
arch-rivals. I feel we can still
clinch the league title with a
late run," said Paradise coach
Pepi Tirelli today'
Whatever the result, Paradise
are always entertaining. Last
week they forced an action
packed 4-4 draw against
Tropigas after being 4-2 down,
In their last encounter with
McAlpine, the Paradise forward
line led by Rossi and Fullone
made a mockery of the
McAlpine defence in the first
half


division.
Miller was first in the long
jump, the discus and the shot
put for a total of 21 points.
Jackman won the 100, 200 and
400 metres, helping her house
to third place with 3471'
points.
Hlenty Johnson of the
second place Rodgers House
won the 100 and 200 metres
and the long jump to win the
victor ludorurn in the junior
boys division. Rodgers House
ended with a total of 371
points.
Junior girls victrix ludoruin
Flizabeth Ferguson dominated
her three events the 100 and
200 metres and the long jump
contributing 21 points to
last place Columbus House's


Aces face tough test v. H


IF I 1 is trie that "C C.
Sweetinteg Iigh thrives under
pressuree" as ',oaih Fom Grant
puts it. then the undefeated
Aquinas College Aces will be in
for quite a hustle Monday
afternoon when they meet C'
C. in a battle for first place in
the senior boys division of the


hieh school basketball series.
The Aces yesterday in an
open challenge to their rookie
competitors downed former
champs Pnnce Williams High
61-39 to win their sixth
consecutive this season.
Sweeting High rounded off
their week Wednesday with a


54-43 victory over R. M. Bailey
High as they remained
undefeated in five.
Coach Anton Brown of
Bailey High agrees that they
have the plays which work but
"what we really need is a lot
more hustle," he said yesterday
assessing their 62-56 victory


Kenyan team officials denied today that their runners
were using foul tactics at the Games.
General team manager David Wanjenga said comments
made by England's world record holder David Bedford after
his defeat in the 10,000 meters Friday had made the
situation "explosive."
"The 5,000 meters will be spoiled unless athletes stop
saying that they intend to get the Kenyans," Wanjenga said.
Team commandant Sharad Rao added: "Bedford's
comments are only a way of explaining away his defeat but
we are hurt by these accusations." (AP)


Swim


girls



grab



glory





KIWI

CHRISTCHURCH This
down-under country still has
active volcanoes but none of
them erupts as violently as did
spectators at the swimming
events of the Commonwealth
Gamnes today.
Twice the capacity crowd of
5,000 at the Queen Elizabeth
II Park pool roared into action.
And twice, hometown
swimmers from this quiet city
on the Canterbury Plains
exploded to the front to win
gold medals and cause major
upsets.
The biggest shock was
17-year-old Jaynie Parkhouse's
defeat of Australia's tiny tot
trio who were expected to take
all three medals.
Miss Parkhouse, the
comedian of the New Zealand
swimming squad, did not fool
about as she stuck close to the
Aussies, world record holder
Jenny Turrall. Sally Lockyer
and Rosemary Milgate in the
fairly slow-paced early stages.
She remained with them as
the Australians piled on the


pressure while the almost
disbelieving spectators yelled,
cheered and screamed.
Miss Parkhouse, whose
father Vic coaches the Kiwis
swim team, won by a fingernail
4-100ths of a second from
13-year-old Miss Turrall with
Miss Milgate only another
6-1000ths behind.
The New Zealander's time of
8:58.59 was 2.71 seconds
outside the Games record set
Friday by Miss Lockyer who
took fourth place tonight.
The only woman competitor
who did not have a sex test at
the Games won a gold medal
today.
And Mrs. Yvonne Gowland
beat 26 men to win it.
Mrs. Gowland, a plump
30-:. .r-old housewife from
Adelaide, South Australia,
took first place in the
small-bore rifle .22 calibre
event at the Burnett Range,
McLeans Island.
Men and women compete on
equal terms in shooting.
Mrs. Gowland scored 594


points out of a possible total of
600 points, three more than
second placed William Watkins,
a 46-year-old electrician from
Fhbw Vale, who was the 1972
British champion.
Third was 29-year-old
Scotsman Alaister Allan, who
lives in Oxford. He scored 591
points also.
Mrs. Gowland only just
made the Australian team.
When the South Australian
state trials were being held in
April last year, she was having
her second child, a boy. She
also has a four-year-old
daughter.

Medals:


Australia
Canada
New Zealand
Sngland
Wales
Jamaica
Northern Ireland
India
Nigeria
Uganda
Tanzania


- Kennedy


saves


Arsenal

LONDON A 67th
minute goal by Ray Kennedy
saved mighty Arsenal from
humiliating defeat and gave
them a 1-1 draw with Second
Division Aston Villa in the
fourth round of the English
Soccer Cup today.
Arsenal were close to
becoming yet another big
club destined for the
cemetery in the crunch roundL
of England's premier
knockout tournament.
Sammy Morgan sent hopes
soaring among Aston Villa
fans in the 41,682 crowd
with a diving header for a
12th minute goal.
But the match that opened
like a dream for Morgan
turned sour when he was sent
off for a foul on Arsenal
goalkeeper Bob Wilson in the
55th minute.
League champions
Liverpool also go into a
replay after being held to 0-0
draw by Second Division
Carlisle.
But Leeds United, the
runaway frontrunners in the
current league campaign,
cruised effortlessly through
to the fifth round with a 4-1
hammering of Fourth
Division Peterborough. And
Burnley went through with
the same margin against lowly
Oldham.
Wrexham of the Third
Division made the giantkiller
act of the day, beating
Second Division leaders
Middlesbrough 1-0 with a
38th minute goal from Arfon
Griffiths.
Results (many games are
being played tomorrow):
I N(LISH (' t'l'
I fourth Round
Arsenal I Aston Villa I
I ulhain I Leice'ter I
Hereford 0 Bristol ('ily I
Liverpool 0 Carlisle 0
I uton 3 Bradford 0
Manchester United 0 Ipswich 1
Newcastle I Scunthorpe 1
Oldham I Buriley It
Peterborough I Leeds 4
Q'R 2 Birmingham 0
Southhampton 3 loilton 3
Wrexham I Middlesbrough 0
1 NGILISI LI A'GUl (i,'.
Semifinal. Second leg
Wolverhamnpton I Norwich 0
.NGLIStI LU A;GU
IDivision t Iwo
Cardiff I Notts Counts 0
Swindon I Hull 1
Oxford 0 Millwall 3
Division Three
Charlton 2 lluddersfield I
Grimsby 5 Rochdale I
Plymouth v. York.-:'
Port Vale I Tranmere 0
Watford I Walsall 3
Division I our
Crewe 0 Brentlord 0
Darlingtonii 1 Stockport I
Hartlepool 0 T'orquay 0
SC'OTTISHFI Cll',
Third Riiid
Arbroath I )umiibarlon 0
Dundee United 4 Airdrie I
llearts 3 ('lyde I
Ilibheriian 5 Kilmiarnoiick 2
Rangers n(.)icen's I'Park 0
SCOTTIS LI Al.ll ,
Berwick I Ala 0
Hlainiltoin 2 Stenhousemiinir I


Leading 2-0 at half time
Paradise seemed set for a
comfortable win but McAlpine
in characteristic fashion fought
back and inspired by
player/coach Dick Wilson
recorded a remarkable 5-3 win.
Tomorrow Paradise take the
field without Fullone who is
presently off the island.
Fullone's control and
distribution in the midfield was
clearly missed in last week's
game against Tropigas. Rossi
was decidedly less dangerous
without Fullone's support in
the middle.
This could be a deciding
factor in tomorrow's game.
Without the worry of Fullone,
Dick Wilson can instruct his
players to concentrate on
keeping Rossi in check.
Undoubtedly it will be
another game of hard tackling
but let's hope tempers won't
flare as they did in the last
McAlpine-Paradise "battle"
when LIever, Haywood, Fullone
and McVeigh were all sent off
in the second half.
In the second game ot the
afternoon St Georges play
Dynamos.
Kickotfs: McAlpine ir Paradise 1.30
t'.m Itnanitos St. (Georges 3.30


p.m.
STANDINGS

Lions
McAlpine
Paradise
Irnpigas
St. Georges
Dyvnanrlos


PTS'
13
9

3
0


326t2 total.
Physical education director
Tom Grant was very pleased
with the outcome of the
athletic meet. "Compared to
last year, this meet was a great
success," he commented.
"Many of the teachers
,rlii Led their time in helping
US."
Grant felt that C. C.
Sweeting High has come a long
way over the past two years in
sports. "This school has a lot
of potential. I feel that with
the time we have now to get
our athletes to train and
condition themselves we will
make a good account of
ourselves in the upcoming
inter-high school track and
field meet."

IGH
over defending champs St
Augustine's College.
Team captain James Clarke
scored a game high of 24 and
Tyrone Hamilton burned 16
while handing S.A.C. their
fourth loss in six played.
Etienne Farquharson topped
the losers with 15 and guard
Michael Bowe added 11.


CRAZY!


Paradise set



for late



title bid


Versatile Kevin dashes


in for top athlete award


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Wenty leads writers

to 53-43 victory


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