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ti.r .-Mi -lth. Pst-.tr of Bahamas for postage conresionsi w..n e,., Bandm.s. Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


ay, january 1974
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Schoolgirl slaying:


police


YE R OLD) black
,.i .ii i visitor- was arrested
,ir ilb wck.end on suspicion
,! heI w i lithe killer in three
W:i i eii c ,mui''rs hllat haxe
-iwh i,, N.1 .i anid IParadise
i past seven


.,i,' th ,
i ths olt
P iul 'V Howell,
Sl. t ilt rvin
it + i1.te ,!,; |i hi!an
. t ile S tiiiih


i . t w re a

}. i ': .11; i t


By MIKE LOTHIAN]
questioning in connection with
one o tlhe two still-unsolved
inurdcl is
The youth due before court
today' wsas to he charged with
minrdcl in deaths occurring
I)'eceiibei 5. January 18 and
Satuird.ai. Jan. 20
On Dec. 5 Mr lowell, 50,.
iof t1 ... ,.,1 Ohio, a former
president oi tile Cits Council
and one-time chairman of the
Mlassillol branch of the
Democratic Party. was
altlending a convention on
Paradise Island of the Ohio
State Bar Association
At about I I p.m ithiat night
Mr. Ilwiell went alone to his
Iloom on thc fifteenth floor of


AMERICAN CHARGED-

i v MIK" I OTtIAN
1MI H \x SIP' RIK. 19, of AWest Kilborough,
.l'. ',.'. s.-,o 'mnI 'was charged bifort Magistrate
S i i', !hi afternoon with the murders of
i \ ,i h cmnlr 5, Irin Bcrnstemi on January
i .i i iiot i i .lanuar 20.
nt ,litiul black vouith dressed oin a maroon
'6" : '., z ii r!iiro tro im-rs. ias tl i, :llfd on to
r" A llii.'icitil eI a pr'lininary ihe m int o the
S. I briary 18.
i >\ ; Ihait:t'ar al- wvilth a: teinpted( extortion of
I N t 0t i, 1i um ot threats
I ,i o. rin\ IIuind the alleged trip lnurdnrer was
i i)' I (.-. iliti ;,t! l vcsligation [)epart tient officers
,.. t i ( antral Police Statioi t: Magistrate's
* r * F P & " ,iL. I !) i en
n!ke'lit. ,ccii'ed as he sat in the dock and as he stood
i' ilii ht M:iisutiiale to hear thie charges.
l0 1, li:kitmg with utual practice, police kept Shobek
ha id-l tl , N-\'i w while inII thilt collurtroonm.


i't( f tut I nI )1 tI ( i /) i It.S
I ady Butler pulls the winning tickets for the 40 prizes
tatilod at Saturday night's Red Cross Ball held at the
Halcyon Balmnoral Beach Hotel. The winner of the first
pni'e. a 1974 Toyota car, was Mrs. Betty Canning of
Toriot, a "qultar winter visitor to Nassau. Looking on are
Ia i i. 'siott, chairman for the ball, and Sir Milo. Holding
th-. 0,- t of tickets if Mrs. Angie Achara. (Story on Page 3)



Senate leader arrives


I iM i aI' .iitt M as nt .
i t.r t !'t i t' mu u.t
1 "~.il ,* 'i t in
f J,11k d Mrs
'>1.11 ' '! trassau onr

.tlvau se'
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I i ; 1 w h l i t


( 'I i st n -s indl \ eai
ciCests.
I \v \cars ago XMr Maitin
spntt three datas i Nassau on
all official tour of all
('oinutnwcalth territories in
tile Nsest Indies as Canada's
minister oit I \ternal Affairs At
the time he was negotiating the
Iptt' of sugar to C'anda iromt
the islands and wtas discussing
oeIgnt aid problems, htis
w'ras m ti ust contact witht the
plesenlt io\t kernel," he ,said


arrest man


the Holiday Inn to collect
some beers before joining
family and friends in the
lobby
lie apparently surprised a
burglar who was ... .trItin,, the
room.
His mutilated body was
discovered minutes later by
family imemrbers who went to
the room to find out what was
delaying his return to the
lobbv
Mr. Bernstein. 44, a
Chartered Public Accountant
(CPA) in Ocean City. New
Y,,rk and a tax expert, arrived
at Nassau International Airport
on a business trip aboard a
Bahamasair flight trom Miami
at about 11:15 p.mI January
17.
At 1 25 the following
morning a White's Addition
resident found Bei n stein's
body on Yamacraw Beach a
considerable distance from the
road. lie had died from stab
wounds in the abdomen
Miss Smith, 17, a student at
Northwestern IHigh School in
Detroit, Michigan, arrived in
Nassau Friday with five other
stu d e n ts a' d two
teacher-chaperones I hey were
on a familiarisation visit
reportedly connected with
plans for the school's
graduating class to visit here as
a group during the summer
She was last seen by her
classmates Friday afternoon
when she left the Flagler Inn
on Paradise Island, where the
group was staying, for a trip to
the lobby Horse Race l'rack.
She was taken to the track bs a
male companion.
STRAN(;G LI)
l tr body she was
reportedly strangled was
found at 3:25 p.m Saturday in
a partially open utility trench
in a deserted section of Garden
Hills Estates. Her body had
been covered with cardboard
boxes. The discovery was made
by an area resident who v\as
walking his dog. The dog is
believed to have picked up the
scent of the girl's body and led
its master to the site.
Less than an hour later
police arrested the suspect
Police said the suspect first
arrived in Nassau sometime in
November. lie returned trierl.
to his home cits in the U S.
shortly alter the lHowell
liurdi', and came back tl)
Nassau near the end ot
December.
I)cce l ber
Police are reportedly holding
another man in connection
with the shooting death
Sunday night of 32-year-old
hotel worker Lawrence Pinder.
Pinder, eniployed at the
IHarbour Moon i Hotel on Ba'
Street, was with tlls young. r
brother Joshua in the
Kentucky Fried Chicken
restaurant on Bay Street v, hen
they became involved in a
quarrel with two other men at
about ): 30 p.rn,
Half an hour later, police
said. the two brothers were
seen being chased by twvo men
near the Olympia iHotel at Ba\
and Marlborough Streets.
One of the pursuers was
reportedly armed with a
shotgun and fired it. killing the
elder Pirnder.
Police are still investigating
the shooting murder on Jan. 23
of Bantboo Town taxicab
driver Hermis Curtis, said to le
in his forties. tis body, ith a
bullet wound in the left side of
the back, was found by a
Hlaitian farm worker lying in
the road near his abandoned
taxi. The cab was parked on a
little-used cul-de-sac just south
of the Prince Charles Drive-ln
I theatre.
It was initially thought that
the taxi man's death might
have been linked to the
Bernstein slaying, as Curtis was
killed only 36 hours after
police asked for the assistance
of any cab driver who might
have taken Mr Bernstein from
the airport.
The police subsequently
established, however, that in


fact no cab gave Mr. Berstein a
ride.


Police ead away Mchaa Shobek after the court hearing.
Police lead away Michaia Shobek after the court hearing.


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COCKTAIL TABLES,
END TABLES

IY MA iU NFIIIITII
NASSAU FREEPORT


emingrated to the I'nited States,
and finally settled uI Mn lani.
I'lorida where she was ai well-
known member of the
Bahamian cotniimunily in that
cit\ .
She is stittvCed t b two
dau.lght-lis. Misses Rheba and
Shtuirle I ockhart, two sisters
and two brothers, Alan Bowt '
and Bertram Bowe of Nassau,
also nuinmeous nephews and
nieces including Maxwell
Turner and Kermit Gibson of
Bahanas I elecoinunications
C(orpoitlion. in Nassau, Mrs.
I lanie Sands of I eepoit. Mrs.
Kuklitn Molody oi I ieeport
and Mrs, Mildhtd I holimpon of
New Yoik.
lFuneral services have been
set for Saturday, Februar) 2 at
2 p.m. in Miami. Florida.


-Bank

robbery:

police

hold 8
POLICE DISCLOSED
today they are holding eight
people in custody for
questioning in connection
with the robbery of Barclays
Bank in Freeport on January
18, and are searching for one
other who mav be able to
assist them in their inquiries.
The bank was robbed of
$86,000 in cash when two
armed men entered the
Queen's Highway branch in
the afternoon, tied tip the
four bank employees and a
customer, and emptied the
tellers' drawers and the vault.
The two bandits, who wore
masks, entered the bank ten
minutes before closing time.
A week later, a daring
hold-up of two Chase
Manhattan Bank employees
was staged at Freeport
International Airport shortly
after the arrival of a large
consignment of cash en route
to the Freeport branch.
One of the bank's officers
had arrived earlier from
Nassau with some $150,000
and was entering a bank car
when he and his companion
were intercepted by two
masked gunmen, who made
off with the money in the
bank car.


Carpenter goes on




trial over shooting


A MARSH li .\lhu
carpenter, [eros Nicholas Key.
accused of the shooting of his
sister-in-law, Mrs. Minerva Key
on September 28, last sear.
went on trail in the Supreme
Court this morning.
Ihe 47-year-old tman has
pleaded not qluilty to the
charge. lie is represented b>'
attorney Cay Gottleib.
Prosecution witness Bill
Stanley Thompson, of Key
Club Road, Marsh IHarbour,
Abaco, told the coti1 th ,
after oon that Ke\ came toe )il,
house about two iot three
weeks before the shooting and
complained that hie was ha vng
some problems
Produced by Crown Counsl
Janet Bostwick, leading the
case agjtl n. Ke I hltolrpsorI
Inade the statement r I h.It
cross-e xamirined ib\ altlorn\
;ottlelh
Thompson also told the
co u i d urin g Iii
C\ xalibi.liton-in-chief. lhat he
notified police ofl the shotting
report after thIe deceased',
children had burst into his
hoime. upset and e\,itied,
telling him of what had taken
place-
Born in Nassau, I'Thompson,
who said hie has resided at
Abaco :, ;ji t,.ill, all his life
identified himself as a trit nd i
the accused.
Ile told tile jur headed b>
Mr Matthew Sacwyer, that hc
was at home onil an e\venrig in
October having supper \ith hiis
,i fe the accused camc to) set
hirm and the\I l ii.. .1t or a
while, he said.
'-le told me tie had t.i geC
awsay from down there this
houseA and that lie was hiauti
pr obli 1 s w ith h l
brother's faillil I'hoilpson
teslticid.
Thi'tti|'iton told thie ,outt
that Ke\ also said wsenet er h
swent homite fromn work, his


By SIDNEY DORSETT
brother's family would bother
hnn They were putting
'things" on his property and
had also put a chain across the
road, he said
Ile was never told about
Kel 's dogs having been
poisoned, [hompson said, but
he did mention that he was
has ing problems with ll's
brother (Donald'sl children.
I hompson described Kes as
"not a talkative person, but
'',, who always stayed to
himself."
Tlhompson took the witness
box shortly after the testimony
1of Princess Margaret Hospital
ulr. i:1 i Dr. Joan Read.


The doctor. illn her evidence
said that death was caused by
gunshot wounds The woman.
she said had a wound on the
nose which extended into the
head l.,.iiaging the brain near
the spinal cord
She said that her
examination ol the wound also
revealed pieces ot lead present
in the tissue surrounding it
Another wound had extended
from the lett collarhbo'
backwards into the muscle- ,.
th- 'etlt shoulder. neck ti, i

She said thai t turihli
examination also revealed the
woman suffered two broken'
rntts


Shareholders Yes


to GBC deal


counsel, said the Exchange
wants further information on
the proposed Security Capital
acquisition of Joyce-Leonard
Canada Ltd., a Calgars based
pipeline-building concern
The Exchange's request
almost certainly moned any
r escission o t the
Commission's cease trading
order to a date beyond the
Commission's February 4
target date. Ground said
The controlling interest in
Security Capital is h 'd b,
Mr. Norman P LeBlanc,
president of Bahamas
Commonwealth Bank. Mr.
LeBlanc's firm. Fairborn
Corporation, bought Lewis
Oakes Ltd. in September
1972 and thereby gained
control of Butler's Bank and
the Butler group's interest in
Securnlt Capital, parent
company of General
Bahamian Companies.


Eastern announce new schedule


It ASH ILRN Airhnles has
annoutinced its nesw schcdutle
between \assau and Miami tot
be eftIctitu e Januati 31.
lThe al line swill oI ter six
Snon-st op flights in eahi
direction between Nassau andi
Miani. iand one non-stop fghit

between Nassau and Fort
Lauderdale, continuing on to
Miami. Whisperjet planes will
be used or all flights.
An I astern spokesman
advised that the new schedule
would be e or bhluiced than
before, reflecting adjustments
to fit the time difference
between Nassau and the
Florida cities.


In the rinew schedule. 'l,..1i,
I At 4X will leaves Nassau daily,
al 0 a m, followed b\ th1iht
I X\ s4 at ; 45 a.m. tlhiht
I A,NS5% at II :10 ia i. flight
I AS0 at 3 40 p.m.. Hight I A
8'tS at ( 45 p.m., and Ilighl
I A N 828 tl 25 p.m.
Fhglit FAI 26 will leavc
Nasstiu daily .at 2:30 p.m. for
Ftort lauderdale. continuing
onto Mianmi at 4:45 p.m. DST.

All departures to Miami will
pro \ I de c d n v e n i ten t
connections to destinations on
the I ast:ritn system throughout
the U.S. and Caribbean, a
spokesman said.


I light 1 A853 sill be the
firtI tight into to Nassau froni
Mlani Jdaly, arriving at 8:30
a.m. I STI
I herceaiit, flight I A 849'
will arrive at 10:45 a.m., flight
I \S5 5 at 12:55 p.um.. flight
A\8S5" at 2 55 p.m., flight
I X827 at 6:05 p.m. and flight
I .859 at 7:30 p.m. All arrival
times are IS .
Flight FAX47 will arrive
front Fort Lauderdale daily at
7 25 a.m.,
Preclearance facilities will be
offered on all flights out of
Nassau prior to 5 p.m., with
flights afterwards clearing U.S.
Immigration here and U.S.
Customs at Miami.


Curling gives



his views



on education


I I Nl II) TO MAKE
educ atiIon and I raining relevant
to thile 1 quiCreincnts of tihe
st udient and the national
economy was ciphasi/cd last
week b' Mi (' N. (Ctriing,
acting principal of the C R
Walker Ilechnical College
Mr. hurlingg outlined his
personal recommendations ltor
improving the systell in a
lunch-time address to the
Bahamas Association for
Manpower Training held at tlhe
Nassau Harbour Club.
the first consideration in
developing a training
progratmme was to determine
what the trainees coning to
the courses needed to know.
o adssse this required analysis
"which is a lot harder than
going to a text to make up a
S'' i outline" Mr (Curling
calculation
Such analysis wa of two
type; o iupa, ionral ..na'sis
in which tradedsnen in the
o, cupation listed the skills or
tasks actually performed in the
trade, and anal' sis for
progranmmie development,. in
which the skills arc analysed to
deitemini n he tirst sub-skills
and the learning needs required
tor ihesc
Good anal, sis s the
touind.alti i f 'a eood trailing
programnie. Mr Curling
eiiphasi/Lcd.
lcaling ith it e educational
Iv tem as a shtle. the school
ottfficial noted that for ansn
Se irs "'far too tmany students"
had been leaving the primary
schools without being able to
read. caicilat.c T i\\rite It was
obvious i tthereture that
something was wrong.
Mr. Curling agreed with
1-duiiaton Minister Iivington
Coakley that the Bahanmas had
inherited an oblsolCte
educational system wiIch was
not iiceting the needs ,I O hc
country .
'thie question now however.
was how the s'steitm cotld he
-. dlt.. I to lM eet tlIh nci' s O,
the Bahamas.
"In ;hit past il '! i'h sis -
hiad bCern placed t
hcadquarteis. M ar' ind .i c
lop posts were v.eatcd a
headquarters without duie L .-!
Anid planning lor the ilios,
important link in the chlan the
pupils.'
Mr. Curling san'id hat tIthe
progranmnite devised tor the
pupils should determine the
personnel required Ior
opIcrating the progralmml'. .iiid
not the oilther wa> ari'uttnd
I'he mini al start thi crl'i t;'
had to he made in the primary,
schools
lie asserted that in the past
att too mllianrI disciph;l s .pid
been added to the plitnar\
schooll curINcIioulum arid nIott
enough time spent on. the
tfunda rienrtals culilinUnil
catin i and alci l atla ii
Mr urgingg cstmiaid that
the vast miaoults of thc
children in the p i..nlar\ si, liols
cannot cope witl the present'
curriculum, and stressed teu
need toI make hIis more
functional
"In the priniar'. school a
chart should be drawn up in
English and Maths outlining
ccarh what a student shoutiI
accomplish bs tlhe linte he or
,hi eaves the pimrars school."
-\ copy of the ch 'it should be
given t the students he said,
and the other cops forwarded
,rn to the Junioi High School
to which the student will be
transferred.
As the student completed an
assi.rgnntent it was ticked ohf on
his chart by the teacher those
students w ho failed to
accoiplishi a learning should
be given extra time while the
rest of the students moved on
to another discipline, Mr
Curling said.
The intention was to make
certain that every student is
able to read and write before
he leaves the primary school
"because any future study
depends on his ability to
communicate both oral and


learning, Mr Curling stressed.
Ile saw no reason why a group
of students with different
aptitudes and abilities should
inmish a :i'.-rj ar i of learning
,J th1L same timel
"When a student has
brushed his learning package he
should move on and not be
kept waiting until the rest of
the class catches up." he said.
Dealing with the College of
the Bahamas, Mr Curling
potited out that English and
Maths should be compulsory
up to Grade 12 in the Senior
Iligh School. Students who
intended to pursue a course in
E engineering should also take
science and engineering
drawing to the Grade 12 level.
Mr Curling also advocated
that the credit system be
introduced into the senior High
School and the Bahamas Junior
Certificate exam be abolished.
'Any student who reaches
grade 11 or 12 in Senior IHigh
should be given a ligh School
diploma, the back of which
will contain his Iligh School
transcript, he said.
On the Technical side, Mr
Curling recommended that the
en!t range e'.aim presently
,conducted by the C. R. Walker
Technical College be
dis' n tnued ,is soon 0 a-
possibi iami -tuLen s admitted
to the C. i. on tihe strength
of their transcript from the
Senior High Schools.
I he technical College. he
said should now begin to
introduce individualized
learning who.h will enable a
student. i .... programine
at any time and graduate when
lie complete- thb programme
This would enable any adult.
regardless of age. to advance at
his own rate with the
opportunities for re-training
being made available
Mr Curling's argument for
individualized learning was that
the purpose of instructing was
to assist the student in
icarning.
In earlier times, he noted.
i ic, was a vital part ot
instructing Today there were
an array of training aids, thus
t ,- alth. .,' it still had its
place, was no longer a major
requirement or even a
nece,ssary one.
I pulling left little possibility
or adjustment for individual
dir crences, hlie added
'Another very bad effect is
that it conditions students to
learning -nly in this fashion.
and tends to place the onu for
t11he ituients progress on the
shotilder, of the teachers "
I o ind ividuali/e and
personable training requires a
imu!t-media approach. Mr
Curling said.
"'The student must be able
to learn at the level which .,
appropriate to him and from
an instrumental inediunm that is
ctfect ive tor him." he said.
Within the new concept of
training an instruction becomes
a tratincg manager, a learning
tacilitator, a tutor, a resource
person, a guide and evaluator
in matters of student learning,
one of the counsellors in
maitters of occupational choice
and one who at all times,
st rives to help his or her
students to aspire to achieve
Mr Curling said he was
aware that this scheme was not
one which could be put into
operation overniht It would
take a tremendous amount of
hard work and planning, but
advanced planning would
rninini/e the problems.
lie proposed therefore that a
committee representing each
discipline be appointed from
industry and chaired by a
member of the C. R. Walker
Technical College staff.
This committee would meet
to detail what was expected
from students on graduation
from college and the steps by
which these goals were to be
achieved.


written."
In the Junior High School
charts in science and technical
drawing should be added to the
charts in English and Maths.
It is in the junior high
schools that students should be
introduced to individualised


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S R11 NRIIIIOL IFRS today
approved the $7 4 million
sale of Security Capital's 88
per cent stock interest in
General Bahamian Companies
Ltd. to a group of Bahamian
businessmen.
The businessmen have been
named as liquor merchants
Percy V. Munnings. Senator
Sidney Carroll and George V.
McKinneyv
The approval satisfied one
key Ontario Securities
Commission prerequisite for
resumption of trading in
Security Capital stock, but
shareholders were told that
others remained.
The Commission has also
promised to rescind its
August 8 1473 cease-trading
order in Security Capital
upon Toronto Stock
Exchange approval of a
company filing statement.
But Jack J Ground.
Security Capital's legal


DEATH OF MRS. LOCKHART-ADDERLEY


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SKYLAB 3 astronauts
snapped pictures halfwaN
around the world in a
12,600-mile earth resources
photo run, the longest eCve
conducted.
Astronauts Gerald ( arr,
William Pogue and Edward
Gibson aimed earth scanning
cameras and instrument is as
their space station passed
over the north Pacific ocean
and continued to take
pictures over the Lnii ed
States, the Atlantic oceanii and
across Africa.


PREMIER GOLDA Meir
defended Israel's (Chie of
Staff, Lt Geti. David Elaiar,
against charges lie was
principally responsible tor
Israel's setbacks during itli
October Mideast war.
The charges were iniadt
over the weekend iin
interviews printed bs tvwo
Israeli newspapers with Aril
Sharon, a leader of litl
Opposition Likud Bloc. whxlo
commanded the Israet task
force that itniadted the 1 %.t
bank of the Sut, canal ilrini-u
the war.

ONE MAN was killed, on,
missing and three wn r
seriously burned when ,ian
army amphibious vehicle hit
power lines during rescue
operations in Iloods caused
bv record rains in BrisibhlnI.
Australia

A 2 6 Y E AR 0 1.1)
unemployed man shot and
killed his four children and
then tried to commit suiicle
police reported ini tRei ni.
France. The children iter-
between five months iand
seven \ears old.

HEAVY snows hase
trapped tens of thousands h'
villagers in isolated regions of!
Iran. Tehran newspapers
reported. The evening
newspaper Ettelaat said about
40,000 persons are stranded
in northeast Iran.

VICE PRESIDENT {Gerald
Ford is the leading choice tor
the 19 76 Republican
president ial nominaliont
according to the latest G(allop
poll.

Queen Eliiabeth leftl b
plane for the Soutih Pa it li t
pav inhabitantits ot lth- ( i .
Norfolk, Ntw HI t uti. ,h-
Solomion Islands thlir it t
visit by a rteguiin BhiUsh
monarch.

FRFN( I Fort iin M\nslter
Michel Johert oltircd ariwll
and large inldtlstr !.11
invest meiits i n Kmait in
exchange for long let1rin tlt
deliveries, G( o verniillfi
sources reported

THE PRIC( of oil as ithi
main item on the agtindi it ;I
Vienna meeting oft all
economiit comti mission ioi the
Organi/ation of n Petroleilii
E x p o r I ing C ou i I r I s
(OPEC I
KING BALUDOLIN ol
Belgium appointed St tal
Christian Leo T indenmaiis .s
premier-designate and askett
him lo irtr to torn a nets
government as quickly as
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LONDON Lord Carrington, Britalin's Energy Minister.
. - s aid an all-out strike b thlie nation's coal miners could
i reduce Britishi industry to a two-day work weekk
I "t lte minletrs do decide to go for a strike, the situation
S will bie thal twe shall not be on a three-da\y week but
sometliiig much lesss.' he said in a radio interview A\sked
to explain hat li he meant, Carrington said. "L[.'ss hllan ,
three-day week is ob\iousl a 21' or a two-da\ week."
Inxiety o\er labour strife and threatened industrial
breakdown have already pushed public attitudes to the
point that army troops are reported training with police in
:, se of a peril to public order. (AP)


Playboy sought after author's brutal murder


l Il1)1 N Scotland Yard sought a
'`rlyt -haired Irish playboy in
connection with brutal murder of
ro yal h ii grapher J ames
Pope Hennesy.N
The Yard named him as Scan
SeaLmus O'Brien, sometimes called
John O'Brien, and described him as a
slx iooicr in his early 20s wh 1
frequenis london -s est End nightly
clubs
\n intensive watch for O'Brien has
been ordered at all ports and airports."
a spokesman said.


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bath'

advert


shocks

Britons
LONDON Thlie
slate run gas industry is
urging couples to save luelt
by sharing a hath but the
campaign is drawing fire
c o n s e r v a i v
politicians
T lhe gas board's
adtiertisenient shows a man
and woman in a lb and is
captioned "Put a bit of
romance into your bath bv
sharing the waler-"
I L mwaker John Stokes
told the Press Association
the ad ertisement was
d'teplorahbl vulgar and in
the worst possible iaste"
lie said lie was all for
sailUg gas but "I find this
advertisemnent extraordi-
nary, comiing trom i
ina io na i i zed inidust rs
fromiN whom we ooulih tto be
able to expect the highest
standards."
Legislator Joseph Kinsey
said "I am shocked. it is
debasing the standards of
th gas board to suggest that
we should share our baths. '
(;as board officials werc
notl imiediatclv a available
for comiient. tAP)

Grenada visit
IONDON (owrment
andi Bli kinsh'llm P1li, siurc s
said tod PrlIct RC Ih.'Id ot
( itlisti'S! ti .ilhtl cI inlci'i his
sit t on tlih I eLb .
I n depe ndi n"c -lclritji;Ls
ei'cus a t t lhc turmoil in the
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Police sources added that detectives
were studying a theory that O'Brien leI
(wo other men into Pope Heiiennssv-
elegant home where thce mildet look
place Friday.
No other details were atllable, but
Scotland Yard said lthe Irisiinan sas
one ot three men b eiiig hunted by lit'
murder squad.

Pope-Hennessy, 57, is totndi
gagged and bound beaten round il i.
head and lelt to choke in his ownii
blood by three men whlio ran.ackd his
Georgian house in Ladbroke Gro.ie


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liomira.ili ofh late Sit \oe(t (tward.
Sciolland Yiird icold not tonolliii
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tlit imindcir ipptaired to I iolibcrs
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ShI kh \hniicd /a;ik N nam qiist tuned Itai
O tl ,lim t lives tHR IS. sponsored il
.tniini ic s s intcrc.'it-,.l' .itid ur lcd Japan til
mI.ke Is ilsetral a1ranLcicn-\t ith Ail prdlucintg
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niatitd l l ncicw in I ilat t 0 tariangement
vwilh siinc prodtli,-rs, Jiapain l icIng No. 1, andil
the wholli-' i nildiM I tncc. I n land We w,;st
{ lini l! 'an lie, told cwsi n. I think one( of
Ihl e mti% l s t ti hl c \ , l i I 1 c rtc r Ci s c e is ,o
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shutdown
ROMI Roman groteis
stated ,t one-d\ di shutdown
todith o plain ain l that tlhe
si ttetr!iI 11 0-I ", r iill t price
controls c' at itp their prot itsr
I Ili shutdownit ,ii kept thec
caplt il I's 1, 4.000 siallt
neighborhood grocery stores
closed But abodt 100
supermarkets and numerous
told stands remained open,
Ihe rockers tailed the
'ovrmnlsen II' price control
progratIIM e, in torice since last
Jul "'.an unhea rathle

S ,,I, i the prices a.r rising
Sal product lil evel and then
increased by wholesale dealers.
tie price control only affect
us." a statemte nt by the
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Ni a in all i s d theIlic pir tu l i s i i li,1ntii "A" ll
hIlt\. liIt obicL' luII tl l It a itis t nl t \\5 il li h 11
c'itsii 1llt 1 it it \is I t Ir ottitpc i till l.
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bhce'n hcavil hitl bI the Awl.i, i tK-c/c.
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condlliion wai1s I not erios,. Ith poli'c
s.id.
Pipc-Heinnssy's valet. Leslie Snatli.
%1who surprised lthe raiders atler Ilis
return 0mi o a shopping expediii,n.
swsis sltasled in ithe face and detained 1i
tlhe lihspilal \ifith a head injury.
P'opcHllenessv. unmarried brother
of the director ot tile British Musecum,
published more than 50 hooks
including ;i lighly acclaimed biograpih\
of Queen liaheiabch gtrandidliotlie.
Quee-l Mary. (AP)


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Monday, January 28, 1974


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
LONDON, November 21: The industrial nations of the
world are so desperate in their search for a new source of energy
as a substitute for Middle East oil that it was suggested in a talk
on TV tonight that methane gas may be extracted from the dung
of pigs!
It would take a hell of a big piggery ... fed constantly on castor
oil ... to make any impression on the tuel situation produced by
the Middle East embargo on oil exports.
This may or may not be a practical suggestion but it shows
how desperate the industrial nations are in this crisis. This good
because out of this pressing necessity will come a discovery to
overcome the policy of blackmail now being followed by the
Arabs.
I was right when I expressed the hope in the early stages of the
conflict that the Israelis should be left alone to win the war.
The decision of America to force peace in the Middle East at
the moment when the Israelis were near to capturing Cairo and
Damascus may prove to be as big a mistake as America's action in
the Suez crisis in 1956 when the British, French and Israelis were
within an inch of suppressing Nasser's illegal seizure of the Canal
and they were halted by American intervention.
As I have said in this column on more than one occasion
wars are fought to be won. A compromise is only a postponement
which will end in a bigger war at a later date.

Last night I listened to an interview with the Foreign Minister
of Saudi Arabia, the largest oil producing nation in the world. iHe
was very definite in his determination to starve the oil consuming
nations to submission in this new method of warfare.
Say what you like about it ... this IS war ... a new form of
warfare in which millions of innocent people will be
inconvenienced, lose business and even die from starvation and
cold. The position of Holland is particularly desperate
because they are more dependent than any nation on fuel frorn
the Middle East which has declared a complete embargo on oil
shipments to that nation. And her western neighbours will not
help her!
It remains to be seen how severely the nations will be obliged
to conserve their fuel supplies.
It is believed here that travel may be greatly curtailed.
Governments may reinstitute a war-time policy in which thl will
allow their people to make only trips of necessity. Such a
restriction would have a very serious effect on industry. Many
people would lose their jobs.
We can only wait and see how this situation may affect the
Bahamas. If travel is restricted people may make only short trips
abroad. In that case the Bahamas may benefit as it is the nearest
winter resort to the large American market.
The whole situation may, of course, change before this article
is published but at the moment it is correct to say that we are
already engaged in the third world war ... not war in the old
meaning of the word but a grim struggle for human survival
nonetheless.
Even the American-educated Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister
recognizes this fact. In his interview hlie admitted that, as a result
of this squeeze play by the Arab nations, there could be collapse
of the whole global social and economic structure.
I wonder if the major nations will permit these tiny powers in
the Mid-East to push the people of tie world to this extremity
without taking some form of drastic action to force the Arabs
into more rational behaviour. The industrial nations should unite
and cut off all shipments of supplies to these areas.

Because I have been travelling around so much in recent weeks
I am necessarily late in commenting on events taking place in the
Bahamas at the present time.
New government measures, combined with world economic
conditions, will press hard on both labour and business men in
the islands.
Shortages of supplies, soaring costs and g'sciL rinmrien taxes have
hit the pocket book of business men and at the same time it has
increased the need for working people to earn more money.
This is a difficult situation for both sides. The people need
more money but the business man cannot pay out what he
doesn't earn.
For example, the government's National Insurance scheme.
This might be a good idea on the surface and it might even be
welcomed in more normal times. But the employers of labour will
have to pay most of the bill. At the same time government has
increased its price of electricity by 16 percent, and there will
certainly be still further increases in the cost of fuel as time goes
on.
This added burden on business men will result in more and
more unemployment as businesses will be obliged to reduce their
staff to the bone.
I can talk from experience in this situation because, as more
and more pressures have been put on The Tribune in thie last few
years, we have been obliged to find means of reducing overhead
operating costs to a point where a stable level could be
maintained. Now we may have to go beyond what would
reasonably be called a normal level.
An article in a London newspaper last week revealed that a
major transportation company had got out of the "red" by
operating with a greatly reduced staff.
I'm afraid that at all levels of life people will be obliged to
tighten their belts. And this will not be a cheerful contingency for
people in the Bahamas because this emergency has arisen at a
time when it is known by the people that government greed,
extravagance and stupidity already had the economy of the
islands "on the rope."


And now for an amusing situation.
Government members are constantly trying to blame all the
nation's troubles on The Tribune but we always offset their
attacks by pointing out that they cannot state an occasion when
we have not told the simple truth in our columns.


As I have often pointed out ... we don't make the news. We
only print it. And if the government makes ugly news we can't
pretty it up for them.
For the first time recently a member of government came out
with specific details in a complaint about the press.
This happened when Minister of Health Loftus Roker
complained about criticisms levelled at his Ministry. On this
occasion he went into detail, listing every attack that he
considered unfair.
I really had to laugh at what he had to say because it was all
levelled at The Guardian. His only reference to The Tribune was
a report published in this newspaper in which someone had said
that hospital facilities in Nassau were better than in other West
Indian islands.
When these men get right down to details they cannot find any
grounds on which to lodge a justifiable complaint against The
Tribune.
I don't know how well founded Mr. Roker's complaint against
The Guardian may be but I am amused because the
foreign-owned Guardian is given rights and privileges by the
government that are denied the Bahamian-owned Tribune!
This situation recalls the old quotation! "What fools ye


Eher Zribuni


mortals be!"

( (I I\i tFL. TO HISTORY: It is extraordinary. Nothinr ever
goes wrong for me. I have grown so sure of this that whenever
anything doesn't turn out exactly the way I want it I immediately
started to look for the silver lining to the cloud after we were
unable to get hotel bookings in Portugal.
I didn't have long to wait. Although I had not contacted any of
my friends news gets around even in a great city like London. As
a result we were invited to tea with a group in Marlborough
House yesterday and this put me in a better position to do a few
things in which I am interested when I return to Coral Gables and
Grand Cayman in January.
Another thing. Soon after I was knighted I was invited to
become a member of the Council of the Imperial Society of
Knights Bachelor. This was apparently arranged by the secretary
of the Society, Althea Rodney, a descendant of one of Britain's
greatest Admiral.;. A charming woman.
I didn't know why I should be asked to join the Council but I
accepted. 1 was never able to attend a meeting because 1 was
never in London at the time of the year when the meetings were
held.
I was really thinking of resigning because I began to feel that
the standard of knighthood had been lowered to the level where
it gave little cause for pride.
A meeting was being held this afternoon. I was here and so I
decided to attend. I am glad I did because members of the
Council are all men of great personal achievement.
Presiding over the meeting was a former Lord Mayor of
London. I met a former Chief Justice of Bombay who knew a
Parsee friend of mine in that city. My Parsee friend is the
publisher of the I.ma"n/i Samachar, the oldest newspaper in
India, founded in 1822. to which Sir Winston Churchill
contributed articles during the Boer War.
Another member served with Sir Alan Burns in Nigerit Sir
Alan, who ended his career as Governor of the Gold Coast (now
Ghana) was Colonial Secretary of the Bahamas during the
administration of Sir Charles Orr. He was one of the ablest men
ever to serve in the Bahamas. His period as Colonial Secretary is
still spoken of by old timers as "the Burns regime". Now 86 Sir
Alan is looking extraordinarily well.
The Bishop of London is also a member. Others present were
all captains of industry. A 93-year-old member was from Malta
where he had a distinguished career. He could tell me things
about the changes that have come about in that disturbed island.
it is interesting to recall that my wife and I were in Malta for the
ceremony when the. British handed over control to the Maltese
and withdrew their forces.
The new Governor of Bermuda was also there. Sir Edward
Leather is a Canadian resident of Europe. We talked about the
happy visit my wife and I ... and grandson Ollie ... had with Lord
Martonmere when he was governor of the island. Sir Edward now
wants us to come back to the island for another visit.

lHe gave me a bit of news about Lord Martonmere. He said that
His Lordship has bought a house in Bermuda.
I also had an opportunity to check with him about a report
that a man suspected of the murder of the late Governor of
Bermuda and his A.D.C. is now safely tucked away in prison for a
long stretch on another crime. This is a reassuring bit of news.
tie also said that Bermuda is now very quiet. 1ir. ihirig has
settled down nicely. Business is prospering and the prospects for
the future look bright.
This meeting of dithe Council was a shot in the arm for me. It
made me realize that it is still s,,ethine ,m itllh iile to be a
knight of Britain.
Later in the afternoon my wife and I walked for miles along
the embankment and were returning to the Savoy by way of the
Strand when we sighted Mrs. Arthur Sands in the crowd on the
pavement.
In Nassau Mrs. Sands was a very active member of my Crippled
Children's Committee and of the Santa Claus Committee that
provided toys for several thousand poor children at Christmas
time. She too was looking extraordinarily well.
We were interested to hear from her that she has sold her house
in Nassau and has made a home in Lngland where she is very
happy. She plans to go home for Christmnas to spend a few weeks
with her sister Mrs. Archie Iliggs.
must say that all the Bahamians we meet abroad these days
look much better for the change in atmosphere.


Cigars were passed around after the Knights luncheon at the
Carlton Club. I took one for my friend Samnmie Haven who has
been with Thie Tribune for over 45 years.
Whenever I go to a party where cigars are handed out I take
one for Sammie so that he may know that members of my staff
are constantly in my thoughts.
There was a time when 1 used to take two cigars one for
Samminue and one for Vyvian Whylly, a Linotype operator.
Whylly was an interesting case. When we erected our new
building and installed an offset newspaper press we should have
shut down all our Linotypes and turned completely to what is
known as "cold type."
But we kept our Linotypes going at great additional cost
because we felt we must provide jobs for men like Vyvian Whilly
and George Mackey who had been on our staff for many years.
After one of my trips abroad 1 returned home with a cigar for
Sammie and ;i cigar for Whylly but Whylly had quit and George
Mackey also lft at the same time to take a job in a hotel at
Paradise Island. He has since become an M.P.
It was at that point that we shut down our entire old operation
and turned to the much more economical and cleaner "cold
type" procedure in which girls are employed. Happily Samiie is
still with us and he is in charge of the whole new operation.
And so it's a good thing that we did not go to Portugal because
we would have retumed to London only in time to take the flight
to Antigua on Sunday.


(1 am pleased to report that when I told Sammie I had a cigar
for him hlie told mie he haid quit smoking. This makes good sense).

One of die most interesting members of our senior staff is
Doris Bullard. She has been close to our family since she was a
little girl.
A neir-ihb.iiu of mry sister, Naomi Pyfrom. on Shirley Street,
she took my sister's son. Henry, to school when lie was a little
boy.
ter first real job was with a cousin, Elise Dupuch. who had a
hat shop on Marlborough Street.
When Elise died Doris joined us at The Tribune and has been
with us ever since. I won't tell you how long ago that was because
you might think she is an old woman ... which she definitely is
not.
Doris is not only a very intelligent person but she is a most
attractive woman ... the kind of "girl" who could grace any
office.
On more than one occasion business men have tried to take her
away from The Tribune with offers of a better salary.
But Doris feels about us the way we feel about her and all our
faithful old staff. She is part and parcel of The Tribune spirit, a
member of the team.
I'll declare to the world ... Doris Bullard is a wonderful person.
We have a small nucleus of senior staff of this rare calibre ...
and that's why we have been able to weather so many storms.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
eti us be thankful for the fools. But for them the rest of us
could not succeed: MARK TWAIN


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Shown i.. i i) !.S,
Ambassador Ronald 1. Spivrs. Mrs.
SPaul Addetrle% : Ladtl Prescott, i
chairman for ltie ball '5,.'ieioi
(,ent'ral Sir Milt Billti int d La .
Butler. 1 Iternail A'ffair. ministerr
'aul Addcrles. and tMr. Spiers, '.
Photo: lio :iard i lasss

WIN SHOCKS

TORONTO

VISITOR
M1 S BI 1 I ', ( ".itiii ,i
Tor tilo Silturda\ miilftht-l-I tin let
innerr ol tt he 1974 | ., ,iit: ir a
raitleda ;itl Re dit ( 1s .ilt eld itl
the HaltNa ii m H:>|mI i;if lit,i:,i lhtl,.
iM rs. ( t.iii n ) 's \% 1 |,,% ..%( f % I >li
an ailing hut ordt'.iir., .
Nassau. rs, ni'aii iiit t.:isu fclidlng
the baIll ithl a c,,uphI r" to I
Toruironit % u I ri hre hose r ht
guests.
As ai liket selh'r cira ulitlf ilhi
the last is iict.kes tlil 5 fe llCnian 1
frniii tolruiit decid d ts,,himih thnem
up and disrib ure th li l i t ther
guest's ait the tahle.
ilis sijiC. ithik tii itiitne 1tS
intuition. said sheir as oivinced
somieonei it the lahlc \M %ld in. 5
But 39 pri/e winners were reeled
off and still nothiiing
(lowse to 2 i. lthe ri mip ,,tI s
deslided ti leiatwe % s lieit \\.ere
walking toI arts ihc dior ihei
number 39ia was ntaled uint.
Mtr. (;tiei larri l.., e\eiku1ni\e
vice pre-siideIii t i I' racist I slInd
itd. and his l wife 5 erve ill the pirn .
tie slopped tiUeoiiiiait thinkinti
rle iultnbr solis usists f rull,
fainiliar. te Itis ked thI ii t at his
ticket. Iti was 3992.
"ihal meant thali nths ii. r hliad
to tIe suonti' ie i t our t1 .i1l. ,sice
uve'd bought theli last tsi\ i ikels." ie
tolt 1 he irihuiie t hda .I
Hie ran iack tn l the i le. 'Irs.
Catnntilng. \lwho had alrvaiv gtt up.
had left i rt I kI it leh liut. Itr.
Barrett grabbedt it, nitl,. ,iie lust)k
and ran uip to w\\her (ioiernr
(eiuSrail Sir Milo and lads i tuller
were i sialitli,.
Sir M'ilo, thinking Mr. Harirel
was the t inner. t, slsii s. uner i1.
After eusin coitfusio n, it ho
really was the i inner r. 'm r. arrest
led Mrs. Canning forward.
Laughed Mr. B.irret -"She \.iis i
a state io' shock."
'Mrs. ('amiiig is iisnl now st t
recovering. All the way home naft'r
the ball she never said a word.


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Monday, January 28, 1974


Project


planning:


its aims


and


function
A SI \ DAY seminar on
Project Formulation and
Appraisal for the Bahamas
Govern ment 's Five-Year
I-conom i, and Social
Development Plan ended at
Arrawak Ca. on Friday.
Rodney Bain. Secretary to
he Cabinet, opened the
.eminaI attended by fortv
officers or mniiistries and
public agencies concerned with
the preparation o1
i'eveo pmtent projects.
Last Nov. the government
.nrno:unced it was preparing the
plan to coser the period
;74--'. A. mator task will be
'he preparation of individual
projects, a Governmet t
Information Services relea'-
said Projects that are to b,
carried out .h-. or partly by
ministries or other public
agencies are to be formulated
bs them, and they are required
carr out a prelinmnarn
jpp:aisal of the justification of
ea, h undertaking.
Some ministries and agencies
,re likely to be preparing in
prchminars form projects
'.thich might be carried out by
pr'riat, Bahamian or foreign
ntcrprnss., the release said.
The Arawak (at senuniar
,iiss iIrganized to facilitate and
xpedite this part of the work,
'he release said. Meetings were
lcid onT mornings onl. and ran
hroigh Jan. 25 The syllabus
;n!Luded project objectives In
:elation tto the plan, costs and
,aluations, network diagrams,
pr r e ,t p r e s e n t a t i o n .
'echniques ,t project appraisal,
priect : iplementation, and
'lluwup
T e seminar was i eganl/ed
inonti, bc the Director ot
I rainier in the Department ,,
Publhc Personnel and the
Planning Unit. which has been
Tra.stlerred from th ,itmrnistry o
D)ctiepmotent to the (Cabinet
Oh' and now falls within the
portfolio, of the Prime Minister


RODNEY BAIN, Secretary
to the Cabinet, opens the
seminar on Project
Formulation and Appraisal for
the Bahamas Government's
Five-Year Economic and Social
Development Plan. Seated
behind him are, from left to
right, James Ilett, United
Nations adviser on economic
planning, financial consultant
Anthony. A. Thompson, and
Dr. V.P. Kachwaha, Senior
U.N. Planning Adviser to the
Bahamas Government. The
seminar, held on Arawak Cay,
ended last Friday.


TO ORCSTMR


,,sa h e do a uay h l Rostt eric saio w


END OF MONTH f -




Corner of Bay Street
and Victoria Avenue

Men's SHIRTS (Polyester)
Were $13.00 & $15.00


Lecturers included James
Illett, United Nations adviser
on economic planning,
financial consultant Anthony
A Thompson. and Roosevelt
Butler of the Ministry of
Development
Mr Bain told those:
attending that they lived in
days ot planning when
everybody was talking about
five or 10-yecar plans. It was
reasonable, he said. that those
plans should be made in tfhe
circumstances in which they
I o ~ n d t themselves
circumstances of complications
and a large number of
s metimes untraceable
variables. I here were s, many
variables,. o many things to
take into account and so mansy
consideration' to be made, it
was important that everybody
concerned should sit down and
plan w hat was to be done, how
it was to be done. and how
each variable would be
considered.
There had t, be plan tor
S",. i. i.e he said not iust a
plan.
are we planning for"
What are we aiming at" Where
are we going?"'
There was a long chain of
connection which had to exist
between the top level .)f
policy-making and the project
level of implementation of


policy. Although the members
of his audience were concerned
with policy to the extent they
contributed information and
ideas which were passed up the
ladder and turned into policy,
their main function was the
project end where policy had
to be implemented.
WHAT'S POLICY
"At the same time it is
important for you to know
what policy is," Mr. Bain
noted. "Are we planning for an
economy in the Bahamas
which is going to be
sin f'il, i r',? Are we planning
for a socialist type of
economy? Are we planning for
a capitalist economy? These
are important considerations.
"Although you might not be
concerned with deciding
whether we are going to be
capitalist or socialist or
Communist, you must know
what has been decided so that
the details which you work out
will be consistent with that
policy decision."
The plan had to be realistic
"in terms of what we have on
the ground It was a
temptation to look at what
happened in other places and
decide "we would like to have
that without stopping to think
whether in our circumstances it
is relevant or practicable."
Mr. Bain went on "What


have we on the ground? That's
important. What are the social
and economic possibilities in
the Bahamas? What can wec
afford? There is a number of
things, a number of aspects o;
our society and our economy
which form an integral part of
these variables I have
mentioned."
The Bahamian society and
economy were influenced
easily by what happened
elsewhere. The oil crisis was aI
good example. Fortunately, in
the past the Bahamas
capitalized on these and did
very well, but that was not
necessarily alwa's the case. It
there was a recession in then
U.S. it was felt here. If tourists
stopped coming, Bahamians'
income dropped. The Bahamas
did not produce all the food it
needed.
They had seen the
introduction of an oil refinery
in Grand Bahama, and there
were discussions connected
with the establishment of
others.
SIDE EFFErCTS
"What are the side effects o:
that type of development? Are
we likely to have pollution
which is going to upset the
tourist economy? asked Mr.
Rain.
"The only point I am
making planning is


important to consider these
variables, but planning has to
be realistic in terms of what \e
have and what are are, and tha.t
planning has to have .
direct ion, a puil pose anld
police> ."
M r. Bain .,i . I,1 three
groups of p e C ts
for consideration: 1) Those
which ought to be. or must be.
im p I emen t ed by tlhe
government. (2) Those which
might be shared by government
and other developers and
investors. (3) Those W hich lh
government could perNuade
0" ii. Investors to carry out.
Nine committees c'cg!in
lorl in connection .ith ltl
plan last October: seven are lot
sectoral plans, one for regional
planning and one for
development finance I he
sectoral committees are foI
tourism,. banking. finance and
in sur ance: agriculture,
liv est o ck, fisheries and
forestry: industry and mining:
education, manpower and
cnmplo yment; health, housing
and social welfare: transpo,
and public utilities: and public
services. Most of the
committees have reported.


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& $9.00


Sen'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


MIKE'S SHOE STORE


Boys' Polyester PANTS From $5.

SHIRTS $1.95 I SHEETS $3.
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Ladies High Heel Pumps
were $22.00 Now $14.00






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Ladies Platform Casual
were $24.00 Now $12.00


Ladies Leather Sandals
were $22.00 Now $14.


All Stock

Reduced for

Sale Period


adventures of a sea lion. a
small boy and the ho 's
family, was seen by Nassau
theatre-goers at the Shirle,
Street Theatre in December.
T1he movie was a teature-lenIth
"pilot" for the series now to
be filmed in Bahaiiian
waters. The movie was
filmed originally in tFlorida.
and the television seriess was,
initially to have been located
there as well.
But Kobi Jaeger, executive
producer of Ko Productions,
said today that "we canie
here and came to the
conclusion that it was ideal
for us."
And. unlike numerous films
and series which are shot in
a location but, in the script,
the scenery is attributed to
some other place, real or
fictional, the script in the
Salty television series calls
for Salty's '"family" to he
Nassau residents, and all the
adventures will he located in
thie Bahamas.
"When w' sh-ot an adventure
in Fxuma it will be Exuma
on the screen," Mr. Jaeger
sa i d.
The "Saltys" movie starred.
among others, (Clint Howard
of "(Gentle Ben" fame and
Mark Slade, star of the


"H'lih Chapparel" series.
I hc cast Itor the series will
prohablh be ditterent. Mr.
Jaeger sm.d.
SIt 1)1M)
lie said the Montaigu Ilotel and
its grounds \% ill comprise the
main studio settings.
Ireliminary production work
has aliciad,. henn, he t' id,
ainld ilideri ilcr iliiing of
Salt% the sea lion is to hegin
in seIen or eight weeks, and
primary\ photography",
with the human cast. is
scheduled to start in April.
Mr. Jaeguer said the series is to
he releaseId through
Aminerican television when
the nie u season begins inl
Sept r m her.
I lie series has aliced) been
sold to station ns in the '.S..
Canada and I rope. hti
Reported
I 1 ASI I)
Ku Plr'lioductions a-,sed the


49-year-old Montagu from
British American Insurance
on January 17. The lease is
for one year, but Mr. Jaeger
said if the series meet
expectations there could be
demand for new units for
five or six years, and in that
case the company will buy
the Montagu.
Built by George Murphy in
1925, the Montagu passed
through the hands of a
number of owners before
British American became
full owners in June, 1972.
The insurance firm closed the
hotel on December 18
be cause of consistent
operating losses and lack of
bookings, It was said that
substantial amounts would
have to be spent on
renovations to get the hotel
back into .,nipetii\ct
condition for the tourist
market.


Men's High Heel Platform
were $32.00 Now $22.00


Men's Platform Lace-Up
Were $28.00 Now $18.00


KOBI JAEGER, right, executive producer of Ko Productions is flanked' by local
producers Eric Hendel (an underwater specialist), centre, and Jerry Hytha as they discuss
production schedules for the television series based on the film "Salty". The 39-units of
the series are to be located in the Bahamas. The three producers stand in front of the
Montagu Beach Hotel, base of operations for the movie company's filming. PHOTO:
Phillip Symonette.


Montagu Hotel to become HQ


Deepwater Snapper is


IItHR I IBROI111 i S. Ilurace,
I il ward anid Vernon
L[ ockhart, aic finding
themselves quit. popular
with the Nassaiil housew'ifel
nrowada s,


now popular


They have become the
suppliers for fresh deepwater


red snapper which the\
catch, ice and iiarket front '
their 40-loot fishing vtess'
Melinda at Polutters (a,
('ausewa-
The brothers have patteri.,ed
their operation along the ic
lines of the research
operations and niarket ing
methods of the United
N a t i o ns i sh e r
Developntlent Study
currently being conducted
throughout the Bahamas in
cooperation with the
Ministry of Agriculture and
Fisheries.
Recent sales of fish from the
U N. project's research vessel
Fregata at the Produce
Exchange. Potter's Cay have
been very successful and
demand has outstripped the
supply.
"Bahamian housewives have '
reacted very favourably to
the new commodityy," Mr
Eric S. Holliman. Proieci '
Manager of the United
Nations Fisheries Project
observed, "and it is ver\
gratifying to see commercial
fishermen following the lead
given by the project. DEEPWATER snap
fishing and market
"During the year and : halt \sI procedures are shown ab<
have been working in tic at Pot.er's Cay. Fish is be
Bahamas. we h ve survc ,cd unloaded from the hold of 1
considerable areas along thi United Nations fishing ver
edges of the Banks a,id ha\ Fregata alongside the Prodi
l located proi) ( is. I 'I Exchange. Horace, Edwa
concentr itions of dc\ 1 and Vernon Lockhartph
n, c c shown ii, the bottom ph(
red snapper at depths t,n aboard heir fishing ve
30 to 180 fathoms tislh.iu'. Melinda displaying th
with electric or hydraulic recent catch to Mr. Rich,
reels." Beales, Fisheries Officer
He said they ln ond the Ministry of Agricult
considerable support in iih and Fisheries. Both
practice of selling I ,'i I' Fregata and Melinda
weight rath-r than h\ 1 equipped with electric a
piece. The Lo ckh i hydraulic reels to fish
brot er,' hve adopted depths from 30 to I
method oft marketing Cathoms. Photos: Wen
Mr Eloie Ritchie dieeare.
Mrs Eloise Ritcbie dies


MRS. ELOISE Ritchie.
formerly of Moss TI o n.
Exurna, died at the Ptnri s
Margaret Hospital t ,0.
Thursday, January 24. She li .is
42 years old.
The wife of well-knost
Bahamian electrical contracto.
Alfred Ritchie, the decc'ased
was the mother of two sol,
Dallas, and Anthony, and om
daughter. Lisa. She jisi,
survived by her mother and .,
host of sisters and brothleri
including Nassau at toriu-
Nigel Bowe of the law tiirn m1
Cash, Fountain & Bowe.
Funeral services will be he!l
at St. Barnabas Anlic"%r
Church, Blue Hill and Wui
Roads, at 4 p.m. on Mond. ,


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


says Arthur Maycock.


Arthur \lh.i. ',k is just one of the slisfiecd \assau residents who has already purchased his San
Andros property from C'omsopoliliit. Reiltl, .
Cosmopolitan's friendly\. l.nowlcedgc.lc t.iT.fi i Wkaiting to give you details Vyou may not have
heard ... details of investment opportunili at San Andros.


DID YOU KNOW...
You can get a 2-bedroom villa for S20,000, plus lot? And, your
big Bahamas Village lot will cost you just S45 DOWN and $45
MONTHLY. Up to 14,500 sq. ft'!
This is the deal you've been waiting for: I enjoy San Andros
recreation now. Sell your prime property for a tid. profit in the
near future.
Yout deserve the best. .\nt. \ ou it.tci tlhe 'd c'arpelt treatment from


A RTHIUJR MAYCOCK


KINGS COURT
PHONE: 5-7477 or 5-7478


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HELEN'S AFTER CHRISTMAS


CLEARANCE SALE

IRA SHOPPING PLAZA and BAY STREET


Boy's Fashion Shoes
were $15.00 Now $7.00


Ladies High Fashion Clog
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Children's Sandals
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Ladies Bedroom Slippers
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Monday, January 28, 1974


Tell mare you're not


sex object and leave

By Abigail Van Buren
1974 by Chicaq0 Tribune-N. Y. News Synl., lt
DEAR ABBY: The otht. night, after a fairly calm eve-
ning with friends. my husband offered me to one of his
friends You can't imagine how much this hurt me.
I did the only thing I could think of doing. I refused in
no uncertain terms, even tho he tried his best to talk me
into it.
My husband and I finally went to bed, and made love
before going to sleep I love my husband, but I doubt that
he really loves me. He hastried to get me to go to bed
with his friends before, and every time I've told him no,
and not to ask me again, but he keeps on trying.
I have told my husband that if I want sex outside of
my marriage, I will do the choosing, but so far I am
satisfied with him alone.
I get depressed every time I think about my husband's
wanting to pass me around to his friends, and lately I've
been taking it out on our 2-year-old son. I am open for
suggestions NOT FOR LENDING
DEAR NOT: My suggestion would be leave him, and
look for a man who would respect his marriage vows as
you respect yours. But first I would give him an opportuni-
ty to get his head together. If he refuses counseling, then
leave him-unless you want to continue to live with a man
who regards his wife as his personal property-and a sex
object to pass around to his friends.

DEAR ABBY I am one woman who is against wom-
en's lib because it advocates free love for women as well
as for men.
Maybe I'm peculiar, but I don't want any free love
before marriage. What I do want is a man whose moral
standards are just as high as mine.
Why should a girl remain pure for a husband who has
slept vith so many girls he has lost count'
"20 AND STILL PURE"
DEAR "20": If you've reached 20. and are still holding,
hooray for you' Women's liLbers are pushing for the same
privileges for women as men. That doesn't necessarily
mean they advocate promiscuity for everybody, they sim-
ply want one standard for both sexes, which is what you
want. no?

DEAR ABBY: The barking dog problem can be solved,
and very easily Our neighbors simply would not believe
that ti -i dog. which they kept outside on a chain day and
night, barked and howled constantly when they were not
home Our patience grew thin, especially on Sundays when
they drove off somewhere for the entire day.
One Sunday we put our tape recorder out under our
bedroom window, and made a two-hour recording of the
canine concert. When they returned after their Sunday
sojourn we hid the recorder in our bushes, locked our patio
gates, turned up the volume, and went to the movies.
In two days the dog had disappeared.
TRANQUIL IN TUCSON
DEAR TH \'ql. IL: This may not have helped your
friendship with those neighbors, but it certainly did im-
prove the neighborhood.
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
Know," send $1 to Abigail Van Buren, 132 Lasky Dr., Bev-
ery Hills, Cal. 90212.
Hate to write letters? Send $1 to Abigail Van Burena
132 Lasky Dr., Beverly Hills, Cal. 90212 for Abby's booklet,
"How to Write Letters for All Occasions."


SUN


FOR 3 m 1
LAWN SERVICE


TROPICAL 2 2157


TIDES
High 4 a i
[ .v 44 a m



s 1 <3 p m1


and 10 24
and 4.05


O11 trans-shipment terminal at Grand Bahama


FREEPORT, GRAND
BAHAMA -- The centre
photograph is a bird's eye
view of the floating roof of
one of the 750,000-bbl. oil
storage tanks at the crude
trans-shipment terminal at
South Riding Point.
Other photos show,
clockwise from upper left,
Site Super-intendent Rick
Penn clarifying a point for
Vincent Hepburn, fore-man
for Toyo Kanetsu (TKK),
left, and A. "Fleko"
Henfield, local labour
foreman for TKK, right;
Mr. Penn chatting with Joe


ARRIVI)D TODAY: Joma
from Jacksonville: Grand Turk
from Miami
SAIl ED TODAY
ARRIVING TO(IORRO%\
Bahama Star. Flavia, E:merald
Seas from Miami


Santo, over-all site instruction
foreman for Westhemco Ltd.,
centre, and Paul Sterling,
Westhemco site engineer;
Westhemco local foreman
Kipling Pinder lining up a
pipe-fitting;
M rs. Retter Nadder,
assistant cook, Hubert
Duncombe, chief chef,
Helmut Brandle, canteen
manager, and Eugene Simon,
assistant manager;
Interior view of a
750,000-bbl. tank containing
water; and mild and
high-tensile steel crude
storage tanks.


WEATHER
Wind: Southeasterly 10 to
16 inm.p.h.
Weather: Mainly fair
Sea: Slight to moderate
TEMP: Min. tonight 63 Max.
tomorrow 80


WE'RE COPY CATS!


BRING IN
YOUR
PHOTOS
AND SEE.


SW I_ on the waterfront at East
|g /S y R Bay St. & William St. -
I .....:.. Phone 5-4641


Commerce Term Deposits


We'll show you a sure way to


make more profit on your money.


Maybe you never looked at it this way.
But the interest a bank pays on your savings.
is profit coming to you. So the higher the interest
rate, the greater your profit.
Which is what our Term Deposit service
is about. It works like this: you deposit $1000
or more with us, for an agreed term. It may be
3 months, 6 months, a year, or longer.
We pay you interest according to the
sum deposited, and the period it remains
in the bank.


Call it a higher form of savings, if you like.
The fact is, you earn higher interest than you
would on regular savings. So you make more profit
on your money.
Talk to your Commerce branch manager
about your own personal Term Deposit.


It's profitable.


CANADIAN IMPERIAL
BANK OF COMMERCE


You and the Commerce.

Together we're both stronger.


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Monday, January 28, 1974

PM's WIFE

WILL BURN

MORTGAGE

MRS. LYNDEN 0.
indling will be guest speaker
n Feb. 2 at the
heraton-British Colonial
motel when the Nassau
iwanis Club burn the
mortgage of the Children's
emergency Hostel on
armichael Road. The club
raised the $80,000 required
o buy the land and build the
lostel.
Pictured (right) at the
lostel from left to right are:
1r. Errol Leach, Chairman of
;he Public Relations
committee ; Mr. Bob Slatter,
'resident of the Nassau
ind Nurse Brooks and some
childrenn at the hostel.


NUW SIUWINIG /& 1U:JU
WALT DISNEY

IhESilVEROX
"id Sm Dalintfl
TECHNICO.LOR* M".'.-
Plus! at 8:10
WTISNEY'S


ICHNICOLORF G. >
All aaes admitted.


inb' tribunr


KIWA





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Andros livestock project progressing


Oll NS: (:30. Slhows start 7 p.m.
C'ILDREIN IUNIDIE 12 !,RE:!r
FINAL 2 NITES! *
AT 7.00 p.m.
"THE
UNDEFEATED"
starring
JOHN WAYNE
ROCK HUDSON
-AND AT 9.15-

"THE ROBE"
starring
RICHARD BURTON
VICTOR MATURE
MOEN SEfSRIF*SANN


NOA IHRU THRISIO
,',1.t! LEY SLT.Aa&NII PRKN


NOW THRU THURSDAY
Matinee 3:00 & 4:55, evening 8:30--'Phone 21004, 21005
I U i=I

L WJLLERI

PARENTAL DISCRETION ADVISED.
Reservations not claimed by 8:15 will be sold
on first come, first served basis.


Last Day Tuesday Last Day Tuesday
Matinee starts at 2:45 Continuous Showings
Evening 8:30 from 3:00

"QUEEN BOXER" PG. 'THE STONE
Judy Lee KILLER" R.
PLUS Charles Bronson,
"THE SLAVE Martin Balsam
EMPRESS" PG, PLUS
Gianna Maria Canale "HAMMER" R.
PLUS Late Feature Fred Williamson,
Tuesday night Vonetta McGee
'phone 22534 No one under 17 admitted.



LAST DAY TUESDAY
I Matinee continuous from 2:00, Evening 8:30
'Phone 3-4666

I CeI

I R"* W"E Unded ArIt


I Plus! "A FEW BULLETS MORE"
I NO ONE UNDER 17 ADMITTED


THE HON. R.F. Anthony
Roberts, Minister of
Agriculture and Fisheries
recently visited the site of the
joint agriculture project at
North Andros on the first
anniversary of the project. He
was accompanied by Mr.
Harold Munnings, Permanent
Secretary and Mr. Claude
Smith, Director of Agriculture
and Fisheries.
The agreement between the
United States Government and
the Bahamas to develop the
$10 million livestock
production project was signed
by Mr. Roberts on behalf of
Government when he was the
then Minister of Agriculture
and Fisheries last January.
Major accomplishments have
been made in preparing of the
headquarter site and to provide
necessary laboratory, office,
workshop and storage facilities.
Also, Mr. Roberts saw that
some 500 acres have been
cleared and prepared and


various methods ot land
preparation tested ti the poln!
where 25 acres s r, tA
planting.
Results of trial' indicate ih.i
land can tI hrone'ht inIto
condition for imi'roved p.'tur,
at an econ,.'i .. .iac 'p .l
cost.
At present, the prciect lh:
some 32 Bahamiian cmpluo ces.
Resident at the site include Mr
Dan Orr, animal scientist .and
Mr. Ron Guytin. tI,ri.'nI nOTi
both from I'P.'ni SIir'
University; M% r ', I.I.
Greaves, agriculturo.i erc, mom io
and M r. I-arl l -v. ..
economist: Mr L i
Symonette and Mr. Wayn.,
Burnside, all Bahamian,: )Dr
Neil Worker, resident miii.ia'r,
Mr. Al Adams. i1v.iit'1v
manager.
Also, there has hbeen
construction of fences aroiiitn
the pastures and planting i t
various imported grasses tor
local assessment.


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YOUNG CHRISTIAN GROUP V
THE LIGHTHOUSE, a team Bahamas Youth for Christ. I lie
of 12 Christian Education team also made a courtesy call
majors from Taylor University on Attorney General Paul I
in Upland, Indiana, have been Adderley,
in Nassau this month putting The Lighthouse. under their
theory into practice.
Under the sponsorship of
Bahamas Youth for Christ. the
Lighthouse has visited several
youth groups, churches and
school assemblies, including
the Bahamas Teachers Training
College, where they presented
various programmes, including
skits, puppet shows, movies
and seminars on Christian
education.
Last Thursday afternoon the
team made a courtesy call on
the Chief Justice, the Hon.
Leonard J Knowles who
served for many years as the
chairman of the board of


NOTICE




BAHAMAS BLENDERS


WAREHOUSES

NASSAU and FREEPORT

will be closed for


STOCKTAKING

THURSDAY, JANUARY 31

WE REGRET ANY INCONVENIENCE TO OUR CUSTOMERS.


We have lost much of


our culture, says Francis


By MIKE LOTHIAN
THE TRUE Bahamian
culture must be re-discovered
before it can be preserved and
promoted, South Beach M.P.
Carlton E. Francis declared
Saturday.
Mr. Francis was discussing
S the preservation and
promotion of Bahamian
culture at a session of the First
Annual Conference of the
coconut Grove Constituency.
"I believe," he told a very
small but attentive audience,
"it may be that we have lost
sight of our own customs,
beliefs, practices and attitudes
by which our forebears have
reared us and brought us so
far."
Instead of maintaining a
-'. Bahamian cluture, he said, we
"pay undue and undying
homage to aspects of cultures
which are alien, irrelevant and,
in some cases, destructive."
lie said Bahamnians could
share certain characteristics


The oil scramble is on


It,
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J ]h '! ed t a )'


1 si i h ,,i' -,
hold hi llh s ;e, e
to-ri >\, '' iient bai Ie
K ir-. i *,', i .o i S
Wasliii i1 t!i news c'


I oreign that unri.'itrittcd bilateral
hling tor competition would be ruinous
il pie in in terms of world stability and
Itd hie bieak economy."
".Seven Cynics point out the Nixon
i cartcls administration has an axe to
kho gets grind. Five of the seven major
inongry oil cartels are American
Exxon, Gulf. Mobil, Standard
Jin t oil Oil of California, and Texaco
i.pkd in with a powerful Washington
s1,umning lobby that contributed millions
in Arab of dollars to President Nixon's
:.imec of re-election campaign.
id rf The other two majors are
heavy British Petroleum and Royal
projects Dutch Shell.
iIpment The Middle East economic
survey, and authoritative digest
the sole of oil affairs, termed it
,v trend "significant" that not only the
n m e n t avowed proponents of bilateral
A deals. oil trading, such as Japan,
HIlenry France and Britain, are
Iold Ia pursuing barter deals, but also
cnference countries like West Germany


VISITING
II'structi \1 is Ruth Ann
tie iu in t'i, leave Nassau
Ihui-.da) tor Indiana. While
here the\ lived at Joy Bell
B:hle Canip. South Beach.


Natural Menthol is why. -
=, Salem uses only natural:
* menthol, not the artificial
kind. That's why Salem
never tastes harsh or hot


THE LIGHTHOUSE makes
a court call on His Lordship
Chief Justice Leonard
Knowles. Mr. Stunce
Williams, director of Bahamas
Youth for Christ and his wife
accompanied the team.


sal S I


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with other nations, "but this
does not mean that our tables
must be flooded by foreign
goods, our radio station
flooded with foreign tunes, our
news dominated by external
happenings, our literature alien
and meaningless, our craft
displaced by that of other
nations, our habits and
customs those we ape from
places abroad.


"I believe that somewhere
over the last 50 years we have
lowi a 'reai deal of our own
culture."
Mr. Francis went on to say
that rediscovering the
Bal imian culture requires the
development of national
characteristics which are
governed by geographical,
economic, historical, religious,
political and social influences.


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NOTICE


This is to advise the public that Mr. Preston
Sands is no longer employed by Besco Limited
and is not authorised to make collections on our
behalf.
BESCO LIMITED
W.L. Roberts, Director.


NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that JOSEPH LAWRENCE of
Apple St., 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 28th day of January
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.


NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that ALAN E H. BATES of 34,
Harbour Mews, West Bay Street, Nass;u ,- 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 21st day of
January 1974, to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.


NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that ISAAC E. JOHNSON of
Palmdale, Nassau N. P., 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 21st day of January
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147, Nassau,



NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that LESLIE STEWART
FLETCHER of Coral Heights West, Coral Harbour P. 0.


reason why registration should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 21st day of January 1974 to
The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship P.
O. Box N7147, Nassau






Restaurant and Lounge

Now Serving Lunch From 11:00 a.m.
'til 5:00 p.m.

Starting Monday, January 28th.



Bahamian Dishes

American Dishes






x Manager n
and your favorite


Now Serving======^ Friendly Big
Al Collie
Plenty of FREE Parking social Hostes.
Ms Penny Kemp

e Serving Dinher 5 p.m.Till 1 a.m.
I. East Bay at the Foot of Bridge
cok Pa. 321771
J '~f, ft fi-j-yyj Manager u


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CLASSIFIED


SECTION


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


REAL ESTATE
C13355
WESTWARD VILLAS -3 bed-
rooms 2 baths, furnished
Priced so low, unbelievable.
Asking only $32,000.00, rights
to Sandy Beach.
FOUR BEDROOM 3 BATHS
furnished, heated swimming
pool enclosed garage rights
sandy beach only
$67,500,00 Contact
DAMIANOS 22033, 22305
Evenings 41197.
C13198
BUY NOW!
SAN ANDROS
LOTS
14,500
sq. FEET! '
Almost 1/3 acle
$45 DOWN, $45 per MONTH
CALL OR VISIT
FRANKCAREY
REAL ESTATE
P. 0. Box N4764
BAY & DEVEAUX ST.
TEL. 27667. 248)5
C 13321
BUY A LOT
in EASTWOOD

WINTON MV ADOWS
Call F rank Larev
a* 27667 or 24815
I rank Carey
Rea i Estate
BoxY N4764
Bay & Deveau' Sts
C1335/
SKYLINE 4 bedrooms 3
baths, plus maids quarters.
2-car spacious grounds
Central Air AND 2-storey
House containing two separate
units for Guest Furnished All
this for only $150.000 00
CABLE BEACH
waterfrontage 6 bedrooms
six baths furnished on a cliff
gorgeous views, good
swimming high class living
ideal tor executive or socialite.
Was $175,000.00 now only
$125,000 00. Needs a good
paint job
NICK DAMIANOS,
DAMIANOS REALTY
22033, 22305. 22307,
Lvnirigs 41197
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 41 197

C13351
ATTRACTIVE hilltop
residence Eastern Dist it 3
bedrooms, 2 baths, living oom
dining room. porch, patic,
kitchen, lau ndry Also
charming guest suited or ground
floor Lot 101 t! x 185 ft
$110.000 furnished

Desirable hilltop i 'o o ev
residence Morntagu Beach
area 2 bedrooms 'e bath,
living room, dinirrg ioom.
patio, kitchen, laundry ailid's
bathroom $27.000 furnish,'d
Charming Cable Beach
residence near thi- v' a I
bedrooms. 2 bathri c ns., larit'
living dining, pati' lIt( hIe'.
larundry. calput l 'it 10 1 '
120 ft $55.000 'i' r ied
H,. G CHRISTI[E LI IT[i
Phone 21U41 s 4
C 1309f)
DAVSON'S REAL ESTATE
CO. LTD
(Certified Real Estate Brokers
& Appraisers)
Phones21178 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 h.'ls.
SAN SOUCI
BLAIR ESTATES
GLENISTON GARDENS
WiNTON
THE GROVE (West Bay)
SKYLINE HEIGHTS


NASSAU EAST
SEA BREEZE
VILLAGE ROAD
GOLDEN GATES
HIGHLAND PARK
PROSPECT RIDGE
WESTWARD VILLAS
C O N D O M I N I U M
APARTMENTS in PARADISE
ISLAND
EAST BAY STREET
WEST BAY STREET
HOTELS and HOTEL SITES.
BEACH LOTS, COMMER-
CIAL LOTS, RESIDENTIAL
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


I iRPI 1APIIr I P ratl la r I I I a rnr arnriAr(* 1 I


KAL t SAlt


C13343

4 BE D
house
Balance
34471 al



C13295
FURNIS
duplex
g a r id
a i r co i rld
washer,
5-8512.
C 13068
COTTAt
daily, w
airL irindt
maid s'i
harder
Telephor
C 13289
TWO BE
unfur r nisI
South, v
Store, sa
business
2-8086

C13296
AT 1 RAC
b edro
air Londit
T.V
washed a
5 8512

C13319
SEMI. L
? bath
Carmnch,
month

Cl13362
FURNIS
apartment
Pal mdal

C 13348
F URNIS
apartment
from ton
and dec(
1st, T

C 13341
S BL [
i)rnpipete
wall rantS
taundronrr
Park A
F e tb ar yl r
5 4684

133t>0
1 unfu
apar tiner
area Pho

CAI
L13200
BEAUTY
1969
ia tonat
steer ing,
winldows
;-; p

Ci 3038.
BL AC
LAPRI(
conu ditior
58134.
(. 3i36

LI ASIN(
ANOTHER
CAR BA
YOU A
CHECK
YOU RSE
ON C
OPPOSITE
t OW I
F I N\ A
INSURA
ON THiE
F OR F
TI Lr PH.
1. 1972
NP A
DOWN $
2. IS
CUTLASS
$2 700 C
3 19
MALIBU
$;'. 7;25 [
4. 1972

$ ; O()
5'
5. 1976
NP S "
$700
6. 19
BARRAC
Prin e $2,
7. 1972
FASTBA
$4.425 D
8. 1970
Pickup


condition
$2,425 D
9. 1971 I
in irnma(
$2,525 D
10. 1
DUSTER
$2,625
11. 1970
Hard Tul
$2,225 D
12. 1970
N 7242
$700
13. 1971
NP.F. 96
$500
14. 1970
- NP.F
DOWN $
PLEASE
IMMEDI,
MIGHT
THAT V
FOR
WE AL
OTHER
AND MA


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ROOM 2 bathroom
$2,000 00 down.
in 15 years. Phone
after 6 p.m.

FOR RENT

,HF D two bedroomr
apt rent, encloseti
n L o nm p I e t e I /
dit ioned, autolmratic
no pets. $260 Phone


GFS arid apartment<
veeklv or monthly
tioned, fully fi rnrished
rvi e J,i,'ilable I ovey
a id swimmi,ig pool
ne? 1297 31093.

EDROOM Apaitment,
hed, Mackey Street
water included. Also,
me location, Ideal for
or o'ftwe Phone


"T IVE L vY ,' iri i((e d o '"
o m a a pit ne mert
Stoned, fully arpeted,
Arni na. ciutomatic
nd di ei $200. Phone


JRNISbH- u) 3 bedroom'.,
house Sunset PliKr :'f
ael Road $320 p.r,
Phone 5-3(05


HLD two bedroo:'r
it. Rosetta Street.
o (CalIl 3 203t,


H Q D one bedroom
it walking distance
'wn, newly tfur-nshed
orated. Available Feh
V .n t .ri, Phone


)ROOM iar tm ent.
'ly furnished, wal' to
ret iiq, j i a id it !o nr g.
nat. TV, off Shirley
v,'iort Available
0'. $,0()0 Phonf(



rnished 3 bedrooms
il, has telephone .ri '
)ne 54868

RS FOR SALE

FULLY Marintainme
C'flr'vr lit Irnpal.,
Ic, r (ltI 1, pow 'r
powei brakes, power
for (luii k ',a Phorie
5 p.ui 14668. 5 p hn
m 5!' 28


K, (C tl V R O
C [. I L-xcolleil '
m L J Krnowvls. Tel


P P 0 V I 1) E N LF
G LIMITED) HAVE
FR LIST OF USED
GAINSS FOR SALE
4RE INVITED TO
THE CARS FOR
LF. AT OUR LOT
GIBBS CORN R
'E SUPER WASH ...
DOWN PAYME-NTS.
N C I N G AND
NCE ARRANGED
SPO T
URT HI R Dl T AILS
ONE 24801 214(04
DODGE AVENGER -
55 Prun $1.801)00
500
70 OLDSMOBILE
S N 27lt, Price
OWN $/00
70 CHEVROLET
NP X' 4i Prc
SOWN $ 1()(
FORD TORINO -
4 Pr' ic .1.2'i) [)OWN


CHEVY MALIBU
: 8 Price $2. /25 DOWN

70 PLYMOUTH
:UDA NP R 7/i'
825 DOWN $ 700
FORD MUSTANG
CK NP M 71 Pr, i
OWN $900
CHEVY 3/4 ton
Truck in ril m ,1 late
S T 64f8 Prie
OWN $600
FORD CORTINA A I
culate conrdiltion Prie


)OWN $700
970 PLYMOUTH
NP A Price
DOWN $700
FORD MUSTANG -
p NP D 133 Price
)OWN $600
BUICK SKYLARK -
Price $2,350 DOWN

0 FORD CAPRI -
6 Price $1,450 DOWN

0 MORRIS MINI A/T
45 Price $1,125
300
COME ALONG
ATELY AS YOU
MISS THE CAR
'OU ARE LOOKING

SO HAVE MANY
BARGAINS. COME
AKE US AN OFFER.


rUIK 5ALC


C13301
19Cl9 YE L-LOW Oldsmobilk'
442. Excellent condition
$2,700. Mini Fridge Blanc"
new. $200. 2 Sets Barbells.
$35. Phone 55905.


C 13220
Quantity of crockery aIna
(utlery suiftble for restaurant
use Reasonably priced. Phone
32233.

GOtLD arid white stiiped sofa
and 2 natt hirig lounge chairs.
excellent condition. Phone
5-/229

1 13342
SIX MONTHS old. Set Wilson
X 31 golf clubs. Three
MacGregor Woods $200
Telephone 3 1386

C13345
CURVED Sota 3 pieces aind
table. $225 Phone 31318.

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


LUSI


C13366
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.


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
C 13326
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.

SCHOOLS

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


E DART SERVICES


C13062
T.V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes,
apartments and hotels
SALES AND SERVICES
L,ill 5 9404
WORLD OF MUSIC


Mackey Street next to Frank's
Place

POSITION WANTED
C13331
EXPERIENCED Of f ic
Clerk-Typist available any
evening aftei 6 p.m. Own
typewriter. Will type at home
in stiictest confidence. Call
4-2098.

BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES-


C13304
E S T A B L I S H E F)
RESTAURANT Type
Business, for sale located busy
inter section, excellent
potential. Price Negotiable,
Phone 3-1165.


CI3045 GRAUBAHAMA


PinJled.4 CUJtomM |

aoltla4e. | CLASSIFIED
I P r l


Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. 0. 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


35084 anytime. from T to Zo acres seen rn
Sour listings and low down
LMRINE SUPPLIES HELP WANTED cash price.
C 13065 L TENICK DAMIANOS
nC 1 Ya3 h 3Dar31arEos Realty,
"PACEMAKER 441...Lih-o-, 3-27 C 133)7 Dial 22033.evenings 4119/7
E''.N~J irana


(,11894
1969 3tl! CHRIS CRAFT
Commanudei Slieps ,ix. pi va;
shower, two 230 h.p enmino,
with less than 200 hour3,
kitchenette, good conditioii


C.,II 24267, 54011.

C 13231
1967 CUSTOM BUILT
Fibreglass Cruiser, L.O A 3"'
BEAM 13'10" DRAFT 3'6"
Powered wi'h Twi' 2i 9 HP
Chryslpes 4 K.W ONAN. (as
400 gallons Water 300
gallons. Extia Equipmernt:
Water heater, 4.5 C.F. Ice Box,
Anir Conditioning foigwvai d, 8
track tape playie-, transoimi
door, dinghy arid ;avits,
swvvimmrinng platfoi mn, 3-bui ni-
gas stove with oven, 1 10 Volt
to 12 Volt Refrigeratoi, 110
Volt Deep Freeze and many
ir)oic extras. PRICE $35.000.
CALl 4-1229.


1 PETS FOR SALE
c 133.'4
K"i Dogs, Trained Guard Dogs
for Business Protection.
K 9 Police Dogs for individual
Protection. Satisfaction
Guaranteed. Franchise
intforrn tion available. Call
(813)_722-6678

PETS
C 13325


DUE to unexpected hawv'
MARY ANN O'RPII N of 'ne
bLiharnas Obedient- Training
Sc hool regret,- not heinq able
to hold 'winte-i' (a ,'s A new
ess"ion w1l be held
immediately after i aj't.'r For
3'ithen Inforniat'i i plipas call
31303.

IN MEMORIAL
I j33i(4


IN loving rnemnoty of the late
ROSALIE SMITH who
departed this life 28th January
1973
Lord thy word abideth
And the footsteps guideth
Who its truth believethi
L eight and joy receiveth

When our foes are near us
Then thy word doth heer us
Word of consolation
Message of salvation

Word of mercy giving
Su cour to the living
Word of life supplying
Cornfort to the dying

Oh that we discerning
Its most holy learning
L-ord may love and fear thee
Evermore be near thee.
Left to mourn: Four sisters
and a host of relatives and
friends
MIL DRED MIINROF sisterer


RAT 't i N IE Badhanmian
woman with references to
operate bar club in Harbour
Island. Contact ."r,, T.
Mather P 0 Box 81. Harbour
Island, Bahamas

c13332
BUS GIRL
BUS GIRL with lots
experience fo1 restaurant -
club in Delancy Street. Must
live nearby. Hours 9 p.m. 4
pm. Mr Richard 22325.

C133 16
'1 ATLIRE exoerenced lady fo,
small downtown office. Typing:
and simple accounts
Telephone 2 4777 for
appointment

C 13368
MULTI-LINGUAL (preferable
German, French) watersports
director required for
international sports club. Must
be able to organise and
supervise watersports activities
and staff and maintain boats
and other equipment. Please
reply in writing, stating
experience and salary
requirements to Love Beach
Clubs Ltd., P. 0. Box 6202,
Nassau
C13350
MANAGER required for Out
Island Luttaqe colony and
nmaI nrea Must be fully
ex per enri:ed iri aitening
industry and have ability to
train schoui leavers in cater rig.
Salary with cinsissis on,
Lomirr en'in rLJte with abdiIty and
experience
Apply Green Turtle Club. Box
270,,Green Turtle Cav. Abaco.

C1333/
CAREFR opportunity for
Senior ( Irk with good
commani-cd of English in our
Fleet Alitoatlron Department.
Under Supervision, sr ccessful
applicJvan will be required to
maintain records, compile
statistic a- dl prepare reports.
At least one reference to
accompany applications, which
should be made in writing,
giving detail', o' age, education.
experience, present salary, etc.,
to- TtIheI Admniistrative
Assistant. Navios Corporation,
P. 0. B1- N 7/796. Nassau,
Bahamas.
C1331(3
SFAMSTRESS tc make men'-,
sport shirts Apply ,n person to
Barry's Ltd. George and Bay
Streets
Cl3315)
FFM.AL_ RE W i.,. ,,
Bahama -' beautiful 40 ft.
Sloop. Shine si:.!i expenses.
See Gaii P&'.irs' aboard 'Mar
Lur' arichoied off Nassau
Yacht Have,-

TRADE SERVICES
C13272
Are you tired of getting a
"half -way" t leaning job or.
your Cd i
Ti y
Ralphie's Lai Wash & Wax
Service
plce uip ani ad.'liv'ly
Telephone 58096 1i 28079.
C13297
FOR ALL your Gardening
needs, ti t '',' i heading,
pruning, beach cleaning, for
pi ompt reasonable and
efficient service call 5-7810.
C 13201
TUITION
THE RAPID RESULTS
COLLEGE World famous
postal tuition for the GCE,
School Cert. and
Accountancy, Banking,
Law, Marketing, Company
Secretaryship Examina
tions. For details of our
specialised courses write
for FREE copy of YOUR
CAREER to The Rapid
Results College Dept. TNI
Tuition House London
SW19 4DS.


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ANTENNAS HARDWARE
IslandTV 2-261C John S.George 2-8421/6
AUTOMOTIVE LAUNDRY
Lucas Batteries DRY CLEANING
Bay Street Garage 2-2434 New Oriental Laundry

BODY BUILDING- 2-4406
O Y LOCKSMITH
Wong's Barbell Club-LOCKSMITH
5-4506 Bahamas Lock & Key
2-4591 ext. C147
BOOKSTORE
The Christian Book MEN'S & BOYS' WEAR
Shop 5-8744 The Wardrobe 5-559S;
BUILDERS
Richard's Construction MUSIC
5-7080 Cody's Records 2-8500
CAMERAS_______
John Bull 2-4252/3 OPTICIANS
CARPETS Optical Service Ltd. 2-3910/1
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993
PRINTING
CUSTOMS BROKERS
Martin'S 2- Wong's Printing 5-4506
Martin's 2-3173
DEPT. STORES RADIO & T.V. SALES
Pixie's Dept. Store 2-3173 Carter's Records 2-4711
DRAPERIES RUBBER STAMPS
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993 Wong's Rubber Stamp
Co. 5-4506
DRUGS &
PRESCRIPTIONS SPORTS GOODS
McCartney's 5-6068/5-2127 Champion Sport Land 2-1862

ENTERTAINMENT TRAVEL
Movies Playtours 2-2931/7
Film & Equip. Service 2-2157 R.H. Curry & Co., 2-868,/7

FLOOR MAINTENANCE TRUCKING SE CE
TRUCKING SERVICE
Rug Cleaning & Installation Gonzalez Trr!ing
Island Interiors
5-3576/4-2191 3-1562/2-4726
GARDEN & PET WATER
SUPPLIES CONDITIONING
Modernistic Gar. & Pet
2-2868 Bah. Water Refining 3-435

Nassau Garden & Pet Miracle Water 3-435
,'ont,'ose Avenue 2-4259
WRECKER SERVICE
Gibson Wrecker
Service 2-8896


FOR iE ACTIO 10N Y0 WANT


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

IHELP WANTED
C6636
RESIDENT MANAGER: To
take complete charge of
commercial bakery operation.
Must be fully qualified and
have necessary background and
experience.
SALES & MARKETING
DIRECTOR: For Food
Manufacturing and Distributing
Plant. Must have at least three
years experience at Managerial
level.
Apply in own handwriting to:
Grand Bahama Bakery, Ltd., P.
0. Box F-797, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


C6642
PIPING MATERIALMAN -
Must know and be able to
readily identify refinery piping
material by shape, size and
type of metal, including pipe,
valves, flanges and assorted
pipe fittings. Construction
warehouse administration
experience required.
Written applications only,
including resume and salary
history to: BADGER PAN
AMERICA, INC P. 0. Box
F-2452, Freeport.
C6604
TRAINEES REQUIRED
The Bahamas Oil Refinin -
Company is seeking applicants
for its operator trair ig
programme in -HIPPINo
DEPARTMENT.
Successful applicants will be
trained in all areas related to
the safe and efficient operation
of the Jetty Platforms. The
work involves handling various
types of foreign sea going
vessels, meeting arid working
with people of many
nationalities, handling imports
and exports of crude oil,
refined products and related
documentation
Applicants must have
cnmp!eted Hith School and
possess 1r mninimumri
qii lifi .ti, ', of High School
Dipl'n,j Pr, fTrence will be
giver ti mer, between the ages
of 22 aind 35 years old.
St.rtinrg salary commensurate
wi h h ducdtion. working
baiikgi'ri-nd and age. This
position r ff s. a r challenging
arid lewardin(g career iti the oil
m d'is, tv. Qualified persons
requiring further informati in,
shoidd either write to, or call
.t the BORCO Per.onnel
( 'ftn, Morlday thru Friday
b ,wnvr'in an.m. arid 12 nocrn .
,'I b152 981 L xt. 235, P. 0,
Bo> I 2435
CG647
KITCHEN UTILITY
WORKERS: To work morning
or evening shift Wash and
scrub aill kitchen equipment,
floors, walls, iceboxes, etc.'
Must be willing to do heavy
duty work.
HOUSEMEN : To assist
Maids, also to do heavy duty
work cleaning all public areas
and staff quarters 'if hotels.
Police Certificate required,
DINING ROOM CAPTAIN:
Experienced "i French Service;
minimum of three years as
Captain in first class hotels or
restaurants. Good references
required and Police Certificate.
Apply: Oceanus Hotels Ltd.,
r'rsonnel Dept Royal Palm
..'ay, P O0. Box F-531,
Freeport, Grand 1"ahama.
C6645
CUSTODIS CONSTRUCTION
COMPANY DIVISION OF
RESEARCH COTTRELL
CORPORATION IS SEEKING
EXPERIENCED AND
QUALIFIED SUPERVISORY
PERSONNEL FOR WORK IN
CONSTRUCTING A 350
FOOT HIGH ACID
RESISTANT BRICK LINING
IN AN INDUSTRIAL
C H I MONEY BE ING
CONSTRUCTED IN
FREEPORT, GRAND
BAHAMA.
MUST BE JOURNEYMAN/
BRICKMASON WITH 3
YEARS CHIMNEY
CONSTRUCTION, HAVE
KNOWLEDGE OF RIGGING
TALL STRUCTURES,
EXPERIENCE IN THE
CHARACTERISTICS OF
AC ID RESISTANT
MORTARS, ADAPTABLE TO
WORKING AT HEIGHTS
ABOVE 300 FEET, CAPABLE
OF READING BLUEPRINTS,
BATTER BOARDS AND
GUIDES SPECIAL TO THIS
TYPE OF TAPERING
STRUCTURE
EMPLOYMENT FOR
APPROXIMATELY 15
WEEKS. ANNUAL SALARY
$12,000.00 PLUS.
WRITE: CUSTODIS
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
222 SOUTH RIVERSIDE
PLAZA
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 60606,
U.S.A.
ATT: MR. C. WILLIAMS


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C6651
RECEPTIONIST/CLERK/
TYPIST required by SUN
ALLIANCE & LONDON
INSURANCE GROUP for their
Branch office in Freeport.
Applicants should have had a
good general education with
some experience of office
work. They should also be
capable of accurate copy
typing. Applicants should
telephone Miss Bevans at
352-7421 for interview.

C 13367
TWO SECURITY OFFICERS
are required to work in our
security department. Interested
applicants should be male
between the ages of 21-50
years of age. Should be a high
school graduate or equivalent.
Previous experience as police
or security officer would be
essential. The above applicant
should be a Bahamian citizen
and be in position to produce
character references from
former employers. Police and
health certificate are required.
Interested applicants please
apply in person to Miss Delone
Bowe, International Hotel,
Personnel Office for Interview.
Freeport, G.B.

C6655
SAIPEM S.P.A., BAHAMAS
BRANCH have the following
vacancies in the Borco Refinery
expansion project:
20 SUPERVISORS: Must have
thorough experience in oil
refineries' mechanical erection
and write and speak fluent
Italian and Spanish.

5 X-RAY TECHNICIANS:
Must be able to operate x-ray
or gamma-ray equipment on
piping or structure wolds.
Three years experience
minimum required.
5 HEATER ERECTORS: Must
be able to assemble and erect
industrial heaters and furnaces.
Five years experience
minimum required.
Only Bahamians need apply in
writing to: Saipem S.p.A.,
Bahamas Branch P. 0. Box
F-2471 Freeport, Bahamas.


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C6649
ELECTRICAL SUPERINTEN-
DENT holding recognized
certificates e.g. City & Guilds
with fifteen years experience in
the construction, operation
and maintenance of electrical
distribution systems at voltages
up to 15 kv.. Ten years
experience in the wiring of
building industrial and
commercial premises, with
a minimum of five years
experience as an Electrical
Inspector. Applicants must be
capable of taking charge of
Line Crews, Vehicles and
Equipment. Five years
experience in a senior
supervisory position is
essential.
Bahamians only please apply in
own handwriting to: Electrical
Utilities Company, Ltd., P. 0
Box F-170, Freeport.
C6648
FRAGRANCE OF THE
BAHAMAS, LTD..
Manufacturers of 'Island
Promises' Perfumes and
Colo g nes, requ ire
COMPTROLLER. Must be
efficient in shorthand and
typing, as well as keep
company's books accurately.
At least five years experience,
as remuneration commensurate
witn experience. Applications
to: P. 0. Box F-770, Freeport,
G.B.I.
C6646
PRODUCTION SUPERVI-
SOR: Five years or more
experience in Bakery
product ion. Must be
competent in all Bakery job
categories; have valid Driver's
Licence; Police and Health
Certificate; also Letter of
Reference from former Bakery
employer; basic High School
education.
Apply in writing to: The
Manager, Grand Bahama
Bakery Ltd., Queen's Highway,
P. 0. Box F-797, Freeport,
Grand Bahama.
C6643
MARINE PILOTS
Required by Bahamas Oil
Refining Company.
Qualifications: Must have
Master (Foreign Going)
Certificate. Experience: At
least four (4) years in Piloting
including berthing and
unberthing of large size tankers
and/or passenger vessel.
Knowledge of harbour towage
essential.
Education: Must be at least a
High School Graduate.
Only Bahamians need apply:
Please reply giving details of
qualifications and experience
to:
Personnel Office
P. 0. Box F 2435
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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HELP WANTED ]

HOP MANAGfR f t
*Dve full oxplei i it'lit ,1 t(i,
position, also expl)lnilit of
office pi ioced itl ,
inventory control s*,f<,
;ust have of
r,,, Ico i,, stt LI'j ,tji t<, d iid
I. .. d > pn ;(_
Vi'rk vei. i s i d a '," r kp I (
it.-ded. G oU) d 0 t iL ,
,xential.
Apply in writing Io It ,no
vusic Corp., Ltd. P O 1 u -769, F re port .:,, .,,
inly please

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLES
LERK: i v.
lro!it o fI fIc( ( ': ti!,.i h(it
cl at least Iv.u v., : .
ootmpletely fznii vw iti ful
'e the hcous pc) !,|' r '.i
:w exp riom'(c'l N .L 4 ;' ,()
nd N.C. .. R '3 ;, .,:-* ,j' ,
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HELP WANTED
C6653
EXPERIENCED FENCE
FOREMAN AND WELDER,
must have proven ability to
perform and supervise all
aspects of Industrial and
Residlenfial Fence Erection,
with a minimum of five years
expeieiince in all types of
welding and be able to work on
niwn !' ticti ve. Freeport Fence
narid Awnirnj Co., Ltd., P. 0'
Box F -1235, Freeport,
3)i2-9022.

( 1333()
INTERNATIONAL firm of
Chartered Accountants have
several vacancies for Chartered
ui C(ritified Accountants in
th iri Freeport office.
Succe',sful candidates will be
paid excellent salaries and
bonris'". Applicants should
IpF)ly in writing to the Staff
P'artiner, Price Waterhouse &
:). P. O. Box F-2415,
I t p)oi t, FBahamas.


IN MEMORIAL
( 6fi0


I v ivrinlg milmooy of my dear
husband Jaco)b Davis, who
d e p cirted fiom this life on the
h Jaiin ry, 1973.

1' i l you, but Jesus loves
I tl 'St, ;Ie'p nlow "


L.<. "d t(
t77.ildltif.


;iouLr: tfi wife and


SCARROLL RIGHTER'S

HOROSCOPE I
from the Carroll Righter Institute.REX M OR G AN M.D.
\ -< GL(ENLRAL TENDENCIES Wonderful chances
\'N,\ are open to pioneer in some new, progressive
way, so get together with cooperative friends and look into I f-. vYOU MUST BE H
opportunities -ine day for a new understanding with pals M HAVING A CHILL THI
too CAN IAVf ANOTHER -


ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr 19) Give attention first to deciding
on personal aims and then use positive methods to gain them
More friendship with others is the keynote now
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) Looming large on the
horizon is a bigwig who can further your career so consult tirl
person easily Find right methods to make work more efficient
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) A good day for gaining
knowledge in whatever direction is most important to your
welfare and happiness Do research woik le businesslike
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Follow Xo0,:
intuition to solve difficult problems today and all of y,,
affairs go very smoothly Cooperate for more hairnony ,ait<
mate
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) (elt more haUkinp from an
associate on a project that is mutually vital Latci, take hin
out to dinner or entertainment to show appreciiinon
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept 22) Work with vigor to start the
week on the right note 'Ilake time to shop for new items t"
improve appearance Use good taste
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct 22) Start some new venture today
for real success, but show your fine skills to bigwigs Be with
congenials later who can help you careerwise Drive with care
SCORPIO (Oct 21 to Nov 21) Show particular skill at your
job and co-woikeis will he glad to cooperate more with you.
and you increase henciets Add to vitality by right means
SAGIl TARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec 21) Get work done early,
then be off with congenials to places where much mutual fun
can be had Try to understand younger persons better
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan 20) Improve home
conditions considerably no w, youi judgment is good and you
have poise and understanding Entertain good friends at home
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb 19) You can communicate
with others well now and can make new contacts of real
worth Many good ideas may be exchanged Do more listening
than talking
P1SCE-S (Feb 20 to Mar 20) You can do much to increase
present abundance. prope.ity so get busy early in such
direction Cons ult hi. at. is ian bankers
II- YOUR (Cill I) IS IBORN IODAY he or she will have
a many faceteid inimd and is apt to jump quickly froni one
project to another i c I.ih carly to complete things ind then
tr becomes a imtsi ccssful chart and life OthirwVise you
have the proverbial rill:ng stone leach caiily to note down
ideas to renme mler t i',i
I" lie Stals inpei lc 'v ,!o, n)t compel What you make of
your lite is largely Ip !' 1"()I '

Brother Juniper


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By DAL C.Vk'

BUT SHE SAID 0MiETMINllP FIV Y
SHE SAID WE SNmOILtD4#Tr
ANYTHING ABOUT kt A ljITA4NA
"HAT COULD o
SHE MEAN
BY THAT? r4


JUDGE PARKER By PAUL NICHOLS

-'fm V U bETTER 1'Wi DONT KNOW |YOU'D BETTER STAY Up 0 o
: GET THEM OUT BEFORE WHY WE HERE AND TRY TO GET/ |
UNABLE -O THEY DROWN 5LADE. SHOULD! THEY US MORE HELP!
CONTOL '5 TRIED TO
CAR SA' iKILL US!

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APARTMENT 3-G By Alex Kotzky


give ME a choice between working or staying home."


CROSSWORD

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SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
b1 Spanish 3. Epochal
dintig hall 4. Trend
DOWN 5. Secret
6. Injection
1 Whart 7. Pumpkin Eater
2 -picnic" 8. Danish fiord
author 9. Copper
S symbol
12. Foil
-7- I 16. Misjudged
18. Mongrel
S-i; 6 19. Ivan the
9 Terrible
S,9 22. Wire service
23 Granite
!1 22- porphyry
24. Nets
S25. Hired car
- 27. Bathing suits
30. That man
3 32. Gangster's gun
35. Nest
'4 42 43 37. Factions
40. Guided missile
Y 46 41. Breeze
4 42 Lime tree
9 43. Lab burner
45 Palm leaf
o/ 48. Electric
S. current


"WY' IM GONNA HA/VE ToS SEK WY HOW
THE WINTER (IS!


AP NewsfeotureS 1-

Rupert and Raggety Again-33


PuJpert goes t 'ck : o he farmya d wih Rollo
o0 I nd tha. Fa 'm 'Tu ,utt has filled the
C'rikey s baskeis w t aI kinds of vegetables.
I happened 'o meet lor Sam,' he says.
Aid he told me ,b't-ut this ere Raggety.
Fe' qu.te s'-iv "o, n:m. I did And as lve
hal a bamoe: h -vst. d be a poo: soul if
I Couldn't sp ,: oe s 'e ,eg lor that lonely


creature." "You-you mean all these are for
Raggety! exclaims Rupert. Oh, thank you,
tha;'s topping I Why, they will see him all
lbh ough the w;n'.e." So the chums set out
Awih the laden donkey, and when they are near
the woods Rupert becomes so excited that he
runs ahead. "I must let Raggety know!" he
Ci3as. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD by saunders & overgard


WHEN I FIGURE OUT MY
IpATE .--.I T EVE-JOMES.. BUT
THiE -R-L T'r BEEN HIR'E7 TO FINp
1 S14HO.9 HAVE EL-r SMART AND
SUCCESSnL-AR U


p,\ -- 4fhM!''A LOTTA NYL UI
KOOKY THIhG,

TO ME TO DAY



1 PIPh'T. BECAUSE 1... 1 CARE FOK ...THE APARTMENT NUMBER AND
HER IN A NON-CLIENT- INVESTIGATOR, APPRESS OF TASMIN COREY THAT
WAY/ BLIT... 1 HAP TO TELL MY POSS WAS ALL. WELL- THE -CLIENT
SOME FACTS -. DID. THESE FACE'S FOUND THE- ADPPRE SS-ANDM WHE
WERE..50 SOMEONE CAME OUT OF THAT
APARTMENT--THEY SABBEP
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Eric coasts round to take the honours


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Enric Gibson Sr. (right) is
Duncombe following his winning
championship yesterday.


congratulated by Jim
the Gold and Silversmith


By GLADSTONE THURSTON
SHORT TEES AND a tight course are
always Eric Gibson Sr.'s game. "The least bit
you shorten the tees on any golf course there
ain't nobody that can beat me," he boasted. "I
hit my irons just as good as most of the wood
players."
Paradise Island Golf Course laid it right in
his lap yesterday. He controlled the par 72
giant with an easy-going 76 taking top honours
in the Bahamas Amateur Golf Club's Gold and
. Silversmith Championship.
Beating out defending champ Jim
Duncombe by three strokes. Gibson attributed
his success to some down to earth practice he
did most of last week. "I think I have it
together now," he said.
Ending the par 36 front nine one over.
Gibson evened six holes, bogied two and
birdied one. Continuing his rally on the hack


,nine, he parred the first three holes before
dropping a stroke each on the 13th, 14th, 16th
and 17th. He birdied the 15th and parred the
18th,
Five handicapper Zorro Stubbs defeated
Pepi Terilli in a one hole playoff for second
place. They both ended the round with a 78.
In the net division of the championship
players. Vlado Prosa came through with a
one-over-par 73 having ended regular play with
a gross 79. He is a six handicapper. Fred Higgs
was second with a net 75. G. Sopko's 75 was
third.
In the "A" Division, Uel Sawyer beat out C.
A. Smith Jr. in a playoff taking first place in
that division. They both ended regular play
with a 84 W. Hudson came in third.
Cyprian Newery, a 16 handicap junior shot
an 84 for first place in that division. Eric
Gibson Jr. was second with an 89.


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S pi ot-'ii.er should not have been used
i,,i T ,i ic h i reereeing a soccer game.
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Si : i arnned from refereeing by
S p. the rest o the season. Paradise
\'l no tke ajny further part in the Sunday
S l. i': id matter the incident "My days in
S : ; rt Bahamlas are over. 1I know I was
S; h i ve sworn ,at Joseph hut for him to
91i;. ; he a tested ,is a player during a
-PC- y ,v- :i i \a, diculous that sort of thing
: :, ,, :; li',h ppci[ in a police state."
Si spectatorsk were greatly angered bh
S\, :, h aidi's tions say ing that 'the incident
A\\. .1 I' l r I i its in tlie Bahamias.'
\1. n ". \ \1,pi;!nc national team coach BFA
Sctw Di.k Wilson refused to make any
, l i i t concerning the incident after
S: . : l' statement made to The
S :. hi' n ing b\ a BI A spokesman,
; it, .: il h, looked into by the BF\
It,, iU;i ( 'l-niittce and the Referee's
,n .. 1 rier i. r 'ahe iia McA lpie playing with
', .. :'i nd hA ,Oilplayed Paradise with good
,!Wi. ,,c tSto liake -0 iead at halS-time.
I)jsc Jinner nPt the (Gan ahead in the 12.h
i i Iah a tirst lime shot tromn 25 yal .
\ thio .gh ', Iroum Ray Sinison in tl : 20th
!-A W L ; oied a Wlunder by Paradise
.n .. : :. ,... 'cip r lMike I .'1 ,' and Jirnii Lawler
tte hall inti the ipcn net for
,:. \;% i. \1 p:!C'- sc&_ond goal
J 1:. B.i' \lc\eigh h.iidled the ball in the 32nd
., :i,! ,c .id \like (;,.dger rammed the penalty
:,, tParadise nc t1i, make it 3-0 to
K,Ow M kpinm
i , McAlpin s were diJ.ared winners of the
ri and once ai'p gc top o tthe league table
A th 14 points trin h gc ie
it.in the second game o the atternooti St
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K ,.p ., ( 23 ;Oins. pen i C larlie M\oss (40 mins)
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ALl
NFW YORK Muhammad
Ali weighed in at 212 pounds
and Joe Frazier 209 for their
scheduled 12-round
heavs weight fight tonight at
Madison Square Garden.
Ali weighed 215 and Frazier
205'- for their first fight.
March 8, 1971, in which
Fra/ier scored a unanimous
1 5-round deci siton.
Ali weighed 212 when he
outpointed Ken Norton in his
last fight Sept. 10. Fra/ier,
who weighed 214 when he lost
the title to (;eorge Foreman on
Jan. 22, 1973, scaled 208 for
his last fight, a; 12-round
decision over Joe Bugner last
July 2.
Facts and figures for
tonight's fight:
Site Madison Square
Garden, Nesw York City.
Length scheduled 1 2 rounds.
Time 10:30 p.m FDT.
Records Ali 43-2-0. 31
knockouts: Fiazier 30-1-0. 25
knockouts. Purses 850,000
dollars guarantees against
options of 321' per cent of all
income. Attendance Garden
sellout of 20,000, paying one
million dollars. Television
closed circuit, home and
dela.ied to an estimated 72
countries. ScInn thlie
rounds systemic using a referee


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and two judges io 1,
fight time.


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30 ;age
207 weight
5-1 I 1/2 height
73 1/2 rea.ich
42 'lirest (wiinron.ll
44 clikest (k pii ld ili
15 ie. ps
J4 \"iaist
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BASKETBALL
BAHAIAMIA N bLN.'ii.,
Cecil Rose. leatilin .,
Jackson High s itIf.eri ;i i ii,
ankle inury Sittir dI,, !; nth,-:
79-55 victoria o\ .r i\t
Springs
Jackson coach Jiak (.'a .
confirmed that the ml i '.'-
only a minilor onel :.i i
may be playing R, !
less to make s'-il ii !i
remains health'.
Scoring only i n n ,t:r:
Saturday. Rosc' h .:,,' I.'
average dropped tr-mn !
27.4 per gaiime
ATHLETICS
AQUIN\AS ('ollce ,i-
total of 72 point; a- : .
top hont ';iils 1i- ,
weekly cros, t'iik \ 1 .1
Saturday.


Bumper crowds for Sunday soccer


L()\DO))\ Bumper crowds
totalling over 200.000 fans
watched five major snatches as
some of Britain's top soccer
clubs play ed on a Sunda\ for
the first time in the game's
I 00-year history
Nottingham Forest of the
Second Division scored the
major upset of the day by


ousting First )Division
opponents Manchester (its
4-1 in a thrilling .-i round
mitch in the Fngliish 'I-A cup.
Ihree other prime fourth
round cuip games ended in
goal-less drlas s.
And the hontiour of the first
ever Sunday victory for a First
D)ivsion club went to Stroke


who beat Chelsea 1-0 in a
league game
Rtsulis
i oi', ntr\ 0 Derhv 0
t i.*rt i U 0 \% BA 0
I'ortisnoutht 0 orient 0
Stokite I 'helsea 0
Notts tl worst 4 an.lihester itsI 1
I)raiw for the fifth round t the
I 1 cup scheduled for I ebh. 16.


Bristol t il \ veds
Burnie\ % Arsi inll ,ir k,'n i V 1
('overitr ir loerl%in WV'.
I verlon or \\5 I \ -,l
ScUiii thorpt
Luton I lh i 'i I i
Not inghnin !ii I iiri''( S I'irf .
Orient
S outhainp i.n or ii.
Wrex ham.


GATES OPEN ll.30a.m.

POST TIME 1.15p.m.
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GOVERNMENT SUPERVISED PARIMUTUEL
BETTING.
COMFORTABLE AIR CONDITIONED DINING
ROOM & BAR OVERLOOKING THE TRACK.


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